Tuesday , February 20 2018

Arab Times

KAC sends memo about prices of tickets for govt employees

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 23: Kuwait Airways Corporation (KAC) has submitted a memo to the Cabinet about the prices of tickets for government employees and the terms and conditions in this regard, reports Al-Anba daily quoting high-level ministerial sources. Sources disclosed the ministries and other governmental institutions shall oblige their staff …

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Panel to discuss fees in private schools with reps – Deliberations over on education

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 23: The parliamentary Education Affairs Committee has reaffirmed its commitment to finalize draft laws on copyrights, Kuwait University (KU) and Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAAET). Speaking to reporters after the committee meeting Thursday, MP Auda Al-Ruweie confirmed completion of discussions on issues concerning the …

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US forces enter Kuwait to end Iraqi occupation

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 23, (AP): In February 1991, after months of building an international coalition, US forces entered Kuwait to end the Iraqi occupation of its smaller, oil-rich neighbor. The ground operation to end Iraq’s nearly seven-month occupation lasted only 100 hours, despite fleeing Iraqi forces lighting hundreds of massive …

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Release for Govt Project Visa

Since 2006, I have been working in Kuwait for private sector firms. I worked 5 years in one company in Kuwait and in 2011 (September) I got a release from them . Now I completed four years with my second company. Again I want to get a release so that …

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‘War games to boost military ties with Muslim allies’ – Northern Thunder exercises

RIYADH, Feb 22, (Agencies): The Middle East’s largest ever war games are now underway and will boost military cooperation between the 20 Muslim nations taking part, host country Saudi Arabia said on Monday, as it seeks to check the growing influence of arch rival Iran. The Northern Thunder exercises, which …

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New US-Russia plan sets Syria ‘cease-fi re’ Feb 27

WASHINGTON, Feb 22, (Agencies): The United States and Russia agreed Monday on a new cease-fi re for Syria that will take effect on Saturday, US offi cials said. They said the former Cold War foes, which are backing opposing sides in Syria’s civil war, agreed on all the terms and …

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Philippines probes Pacquiao for poll violations

MANILA, Feb 22, (Agencies): The Philippines’ election commission said Monday it would consider a complaint accusing boxing champion Manny Pacquiao of violating election regulations by promoting his upcoming fight in the thick of the campaign. It was the latest blow to Pacquiao’s bid for the Philippine Senate after he drew …

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Turkish army ‘kills’ 14 Kurdish militants during offensive in SE

ISTANBUL, Feb 22, (RTRS): Turkey’s military said on Monday it had killed 14 militants in a drive against the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in the southeast as an envoy from the European parliament denounced what she said were rights abuses by Ankara. Four PKK militants were killed on Sunday …

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Deportation for 1,170 among 3,548 caught in Khaitan raid

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 22: Director General of Public Relations and Security Information Department at the Ministry of Interior Brigadier Adel Al-Hashash says the ministry has taken all necessary steps to ensure the country is safe and peaceful throughout the Independence and Liberation days, while the country celebrates 10th anniversary of …

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Egyptian Guard charging KD 10 for before-hand info on crackdown held

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 22: A team of officers from the Public Authority for Residence Affairs Investigation arrested an Egyptian for informing representatives of companies about the schedule of security campaigns which the department carries out. The department received information that the Egyptian, who works as a guard at the Ministry …

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