Monday , December 11 2017

Immortality tops crime list

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 23: Statistics issued by the e-crimes department show incitement to practice immoral acts topped the list of e-crimes, followed by the violation of security laws, piracy, hacking and inciting hatred, reports Al-Shahed daily. The statistic added crimes of spreading hoax reports, selling rare animals and violating the intellectual property (patents or copyrights) laws came in fourth place.

Man prevents theft: A Kuwaiti citizen sustained injuries during his successful attempt to prevent a thief from stealing his vehicle, reports Aljarida daily. According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information that a vehicle was being driven recklessly on Fahad Al-Salem Street and it crashed into six vehicles that were parked by the road, Capital securitymen rushed to the location and saw two individuals fighting inside the vehicle. After controlling the two individuals, securitymen interrogated them to discover that one of them is the owner of the vehicle. He explained to them that he went to a bank in the area and had left his car in operating condition.

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