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KUWAIT CITY, Aug 23, (Agencies): Kuwait’s anti-corruption authority, known as Nazaha, is investigating officers from the interior ministry for the alleged forgery of official documents, the watchdog said on Monday. The measure is part of efforts to push a sweeping anti-corruption crusade across all state bodies, said a statement by the watchdog, adding that the charges are “criminalized” by laws aiming to protect public funds. There would be no letup in efforts to clamp down on such nefarious deeds, added the statement. The Public Authority for Anti-Corruption (Nazaha) is studying 84 reports of suspicions of corruption, reports Al-Rai daily.