KUWAIT CITY, Feb 14: A court in Morocco has sentenced two Moroccans to life imprisonment for the murder of a Kuwaiti in April 2015, reports Al-Anba daily. The court has also demanded to pay compensation after the defense lawyers proved to the court the convicts sneaked into the villa of the victim in Casa Blanca, tied the victim, beat him to death and escaped with the safe. Meanwhile, the Egyptian Criminal Court Thursday sentenced Chairman of the Board of the Egyptian-Kuwaiti Company for land reclamation Ahmed Abdulsalam Kora, and former Minister of Irrigation Mohammed Nasr Allam, to 7 years imprisonment for embezzling 37,126 billion Egyptian pounds of public money, reports Al-Rai daily. The company is also said to have 26,000 acres of land for urban activity at a high price, the land that is meant for agricultural activity. In another case, the Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland has overturned a lawsuit which was filed by a Qatari firm and issued a final ruling (not subjected to appeal) in favor of Jordan’s Social Security Investment Fund (SSIF), in the case known as the ‘Stake in the Housing Bank’, reports Al-Rai daily. The Jordanian judicial authorities have begun initiatives to hunt down the Kuwaiti Hamad Al-Haroun and Qatari Ali Al-Yafei and produce them before the Swiss courts to file for compensation for causing huge losses and the criminal nature of the case.
Sponsor robbed: Police are looking for a Sri Lankan male servant for stealing jewelry, diamonds and an undisclosed sum of money from the home of his female Kuwaiti sponsor’s living in Salmiya after reports Annahar daily. The complainant said the suspect stole the valuables when she was out of the house. He is also said to have switched off his cell phone.
Ludicrous behaviour: Personnel from the Criminal Investigations Department have arrested a young Kuwaiti for unacceptable behavior, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily added, the suspect is seen in a video clip in the social media wearing earrings, flirting with a girl and asking Allah to have mercy on Saddam Hussein. He has been handed over to the authorities