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Customs foils bid to smuggle cigarettes & subsidized food

 KUWAIT CITY, Feb 10: A large quantity of cigarettes which was being smuggled to Saudi Arabia from Kuwait was confiscated at Salmi border checkpoint. According to sources, Salmi customs officers were on alert based on instructions from Salmi Customs Supervisor Mater Al-Saeedi and were inspecting everyone who passed through …

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Kuwait invites Duterte to visit

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 8: Kuwait has invited President of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte to visit the country, says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque. In a report published Thursday by globalnation.inquirer. net, Roque was quoted as saying that the visit was supposed to be “confidential” but Duterte mentioned it in his speech …

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Democrats ignore ‘Dreamers’ in budget deal

Agreement adds money for defense, infrastructure WASHINGTON, Feb 8, (Agencies): On the eve of another shutdown deadline, immigration activists joined liberal leaders Wednesday in threatening political retribution against congressional Democrats who ignore young immigrants in a massive spending deal. The fresh threats exposed deepening divisions within a Democratic Party struggling …

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Dead body of Filipina kept in freezer for 1 year found

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 7: The remains of a Filipina were found inside a freezer at an apartment in Al-Shaab area. The body, believed to have been kept inside the freezer for over one year, was uncovered shortly after the Filipino government suspended the recruitment of workers to Kuwait amid threats …

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Call on Parents ‘Don’t buy water guns’

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 7: Technical Supervision Department Director and Head of the Rationalization Campaign in the Ministry of Electricity and Water (MEW) Eng Iqbal Al-Tayar has called on parents to prevent their children from buying water guns to celebrate the national holidays, reports Al-Anba daily. Al-Tayar made the appeal on …

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