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Wednesday , November 20 2019

Jail for forger

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 18: The Criminal Court has sentenced a Kuwaiti to four years in jail for forging school certificates issued by an institution in Saudi Arabia, reports Al-Rai daily. The same court also refrained from issuing a verdict against 16 others for unknown reasons. The daily added, the forgery was discovered when the certificates were submitted to Kuwait’s Ministry of Education for accreditation. According to court papers the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, Private Education Dept, of Kuwait notified the Saudi Embassy in Kuwait that the certificates issued by Saudi Arabia contained false data and provided the embassy the names of the students. When the embassy cross checked, it was discovered the certificates had been tampered with.

Travel ban lifted: Criminal Court has issued a verdict to release an Egyptian and lift a travel ban on him, reports Al-Rai daily. Acting to case papers, the Egyptian was convicted of verbally abusing HH the Amir, the judiciary and a Kuwaiti tribe on a social networking website. The court’s verdict came after the committee formed by the Kuwait University proved the suspect was not responsible for his behaviors although a report issued by the Psychiatric Hospital confirmed the man was fully aware of his behavior. It is worth mentioning the suspect had denied the allegations during a court session.

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