Monday , November 20 2017

Detention of 6 accused of funding DAESH extended

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 24: Detention Renewal Judge has decided to extend the detention of five Syrians and one Iraqi, who are accused of financing terrorism and sending money to DAESH in Syria, for 15 days to complete the investigations.

The Public Prosecution charged them with money laundering and sending large sums of money to DAESH. The suspects had denied the accusations, insisting that they collected the money from Syrian residents in order to transfer it to their relatives in Syria. They affirmed that they benefit from the transfer of money if it is sent as American dollars.

However, investigations revealed otherwise. In this regard, the in-charge officer affirmed that the collected money was sent to DAESH.

Boy shot in groin: A Kuwaiti boy (18 years old) was rushed to the Intensive Care Unit of Jahra Hospital with a gunshot wound close to his sensitive part, reports Al-Anba daily. Detectives from Jahra Investigation and Research Department are still looking into the circumstances of the incident to identity the shooter and motive behind the dastard act. A security source said brother of the victim who’s in his 30s rushed the victim to Jahra Hospital for treatment.

By Jaber Al-Hamoud Al-Seyassah Staff

 

 

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