Wednesday , January 23 2019

Arab Times

Amir mourns death of liberator Bush

Kuwait pays tribute to former US President Statement by the Office of George H.W. Bush The Honorable George H.W. Bush June 12, 1924 – November …

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‘Private sector will not pay national labor subsidy’

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 1: Reports being circulated about assigning the private sector the responsibility of paying national labor subsidy are incorrect, reports Al-Anba daily quoting …

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Rain compensation demands rise to 761 – ‘Priority for Kuwaitis’

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 1, (KUNA): Minister of Social Affair and Labour, Minister of State for Economic Affairs Hind Al-Sabeeh announced on Saturday that the rains’ …

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Thousands of drug pills seized at Abdali border; Egyptian expat caught

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 1: An Egyptian expatriate was arrested at Abdali border checkpoint for attempting to smuggle 24,000 Captagon pills into the country, reports Al-Seyassah …

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Syrian son robs mothers cash and jewelry

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 1: Police have kept in custody a young Syrian for stealing KD 1,000 cash and jewelry worth KD 3,000 from his mother, …

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Kuwaiti arrested for money laundering in Pakistan

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 1: The Pakistani security authorities at the New Islamabad International Airport Wednesday arrested a Kuwaiti and charged him with money-laundering, reports Annahar …

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Bid to smuggle cigarettes into Saudi Arabia foiled

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 1: Customs officers at Al-Nuwaiseeb border post recently foiled the attempt of a Saudi man to smuggle out of the country 21 …

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Marijuana detected in parcel from abroad

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 1: Officials at the Parcel Section of Sadeeq Police Station detected a certain quantity of marijuana in a parcel sent to the …

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Pay dowry to wife: court

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 1: The Jafari Circuit of the Family Court ordered a Kuwaiti citizen to pay delayed dowry of KD 5,000 to his wife …

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Tens of thousands of Indian farmers march for debt waivers and higher crop prices

Tens of thousands of farmers and agricultural workers marched towards the Indian parliament Friday demanding debt waivers and higher crop prices, putting pressure on Prime …

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