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Arab Times

‘Abu Halifa Park cannot be made housing area’

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 15: An official at Kuwait Municipality has stressed that Abu Halifa Park is considered an agricultural property of the Public Authority for Agricultural Affairs and Fish Resources (PAAAFR), so it cannot be transformed into a residential area as this move contravenes the Council of Ministers’ decision and …

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Police probe death of minor Egyptian girl

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 15: Police have opened an investigation into the death of a minor Egyptian girl, who allegedly fell to her death from the fifth floor of a residential building in Salmiya, reports Al-Anba daily. It has been reported the victim was living with the family and people staying …

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10 Koreans tested for corona virus

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 15: Ten Koreans who were close to a Korean engineer who is suffering from the corona virus have undergone medical tests at the Adan Hospital over the past couple of days, reports Al-Jarida daily. According to a reliable source, the Koreans visited the Casualty Department of the …

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MoI keeps security check on chalets, leisure resorts to prevent ‘violations’

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 15: The Ministry of the Interior continues to implement its security plan to monitor irregularities and violations in various areas, especially in places where people spend their leisure time and spend holidays, either inside the chalets or on the islands, reports Al- Rai daily. After intervening to …

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Indian tries to rape Kuwaiti woman at a private hospital

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 15: Hawally securitymen arrested an Indian for attempting to rape a Kuwaiti woman at a private hospital where the latter went for hearing test, reports Al-Rai daily. The woman lodged a complaint at Jabriyah Police Station, saying she went to the private hospital for a hearing test to …

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Jail worker held for smuggling drugs through 10 yr old girl inside prison

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 15: The Assistant Undersecretary for Correctional and Sentencing Affairs at the Interior Ministry Major-General Faraj Al- Zua’bi, has referred a female employee at the Central Prison to the Public Prosecutor’s Office for helping her son get access to heroin who is serving time inside the prison, reports …

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Kuwaiti jailed in IS link

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 15: The Court of Cassation sentences a Kuwaiti citizen to 8 years imprisonment with hard labor in a Security State case related to his affiliation to DAESH and possessing weapons and intoxicants. Meanwhile, the Public Prosecution decided to release a lady who insulted a policeman in the course …

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Boland threatens court action against bloggers

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 15: Kuwaiti presenter Halima Boland has said she will file a lawsuit against anyone who defames and/or spread rumors about her, reports Al-Seyassah daily. In a Twitter post upon return from Saudi Arabia, she reiterated her readiness to sue whoever issues malicious statements or spreads rumors about …

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No fisticuffs, just abuses in fight

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 15: Police have arrested some youths who were involved in a fight and cursing each other near wedding hall in Sabah Al-Nasser adjacent to a cooperative society, reports Al-Rai daily. The youths were fighting over some differences and since there were no injuries on either side, they …

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Typhoon Mangkhut kills 3 as threat downgraded

MANILA, Sept 15, (Agencies): A strong typhoon tore through the northern tip of the Philippines on Saturday packing winds of more than 200 kph (124 mph) along with torrential rain, killing at least three people, wrecking homes and triggering at least 42 landslides. Mangkhut entered the Philippines as a super …

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