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‘He will get rights’; Kuwaiti assaulted in Portugal

KUWAIT CITY, July 19:Commenting on the action taken by the Egyptian Ministry of Manpower regarding the case of a Kuwaiti securityman who allegedly assaulted an Egyptian working at a mobile shop in Salmiya, Egyptian Minister of Manpower Mohammad Safa’an stressed Kuwait is a country of laws and the Kuwaiti authorities are closely following up the investigations, reports Al-Rai daily. Speaking to the daily, Safa’an affirmed the Egyptian mobile shop employee has been informed that he will obtain all his rights

Kuwaiti assaulted: The Correio da Manha weekend Portuguese newspaper has reported that a 49-year-old taxi driver in Lisbon assaulted a 30-yearold Kuwaiti who was seriously injured, reports Al-Qabas daily. According to the report, the taxi driver thought the Kuwaiti is working for Uber Company and he is competing with him in getting customers in the area.

By Jaber Al-Hamoud/Munaif Nayef Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies

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