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Hunt continues as 11 containers out of 13 still missing: sources; Teen girl raped

KUWAIT CITY, March 13: Ministry of Interior has informed the relevant investigation committee of the National Assembly that the search for the missing 11 containers out of the total 13 smuggled containers is ongoing, parliamentary sources say.

They revealed that the parliamentary committee is worried about the contents of the missing containers and that they could be weapons or drugs, which could pose a serious threat to the security of the country.

The sources stressed that Ministry of Interior has not even figured out the location of the containers, indicating that concerns in this regard have not been alleviated despite the report issued by the General Customs Department which claimed that the contents of the missing containers were just some household goods that had arrived from the United Arab Emirates.

However, the sources revealed that the two confiscated containers were filled with liquor bottles, but the contents of the remaining 11 containers are still unknown. They said they are expecting the issue to be solved within two months with the cooperation of the concerned authorities.

Teen girl raped: Police have arrested a 19-year-old Kuwaiti for ‘raping’ a 17-year girl from an unidentified GCC State, reports Al-Anba daily. According to a police source the suspect kept the girl in an apartment for three days and repeatedly had sex with her. When she returned home, the family took the girl to a police station and she told the interrogator she befriended the youth via the social media and he promised to marry her. The girl added the boyfriend invited her for a meal in a restaurant, and instead he took her to an apartment and spent three nights with her.

By Raed Yousef, Jaber Al- Hamoud Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies

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