KUWAIT CITY, Oct 1: The Kuwaiti Interpol arrested four Arabs wanted by law for the crimes they committed in their home countries, reports Al-Jarida daily. According to the Public Relations and Security Media Department in the Interior Ministry, those arrested included a Saudi national identified as, Hazem Marwan Al-Masalkhi wanted by judicial authorities in Saudi Arabia on charges of bribing a public official and he was handed over to the Saudi authorities; Egyptian Ali Salim Saber involved in a murder case and sentenced in absentia to 25 years in prison; Egyptian Ashraf Hamada Mohamed charged with indecent assault and sentenced to prison for 15 years; Egyptian Mansour Mohammed Ahmed wanted by law for arson and sentenced to life imprisonment and was arrested in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh along with a compatriot, Mahmoud Hassan Jassim, for violating the Residency Law.
The three Egyptians were referred to competent authorities in preparation for handing them over to the Egyptian authorities.
By Munaif Nayef
Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies