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Four Indians die in mishaps

KUWAIT CITY, June 11: Police officers referred the body of a citizen to Forensics after he was found dead in his house in Al-Riqqa. According to the police report, the Operations Unit in the Interior Ministry received a report on the discovery of the body of a citizen in his 50s. Paramedics and securitymen rushed to the location where they took the necessary measures. Results of initial investigations revealed the citizen died a natural death.

4 Indians dead: Four Indians died in tragic circumstances, reports Al-Anba daily. Two men died after they fell from a building under construction in Riqqa. They were rushed to the Farwaniya Hospital but were declared dead upon arrival. The other two reportedly died on the spot following a two-vehicle collision on a road in Mutla’a.

Women in cash fraud: Police officers from Ahmadi Security Command referred two female citizens to the Civil Sentences Execution Department after the issuance of a warrant to arrest them for participation in a financial case in which the total amount involved reached KD 4,300. According to the police report, the arrest took place in Fintas after the officers found out that one of them was wanted by law for involvement in a money- related case valued at KD 4,000 and the other for KD 300.

Magic tools in parcel: The Airfreight Customs Department has seized packets addressed to a Kuwaiti living in Firdous because they contained magic charms and related items, reports Al-Shahed daily. The packets were sent from an Arab country. No details are available.

‘Discrediting Kuwait’: The State Security has reportedly foiled attempts by ‘intelligence services’ to tarnish the image of Kuwait at the global level for supporting the Palestinian cause, reports Al-Shahed daily quoting knowledgeable sources. The same sources, without identifying the so-called intelligence services said huge sums of money was paid to discredit Kuwait.

By Munaif Nayef Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies

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