Monday , December 18 2017

Arab Times

Monetary issues

I am a regular reader of the Arab Times Legal Clinic and want to thank the paper for the valuable clarifications. I have the following two questions: 1. We are working for a security company. As per our contract, we have to perform 48 hours duty in a week (208 …

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GCC calls for eradicating terror – GULF LEADERS DECRY RACIST RHETORIC AGAINST MUSLIMS

DUBAI, Dec 10, (Agencies): Gulf Arab leaders condemned “hostile, racist” remarks against Muslims and Syrian refugees on Thursday, days after Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump called for a ban Muslims entering the United States. “The supreme council expressed its deep concern at the increase of hostile, racist and inhumane rhetoric …

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DAMAC strips ‘Trump’ from luxury golf project

DUBAI, Dec 10, (Agencies): A Dubai real estate firm building a $6 billion golf complex with Donald Trump on Thursday stripped the property of his name and image amid a backlash over the US presidential candidate’s proposal to ban all Muslims from entering the United States. Trump triggered an international …

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Terror arrests reach record high

LONDON, Dec 10, (Agencies):The number of terror suspects apprehended in Britain has reached a record high, fuelled by a surge in arrests related to international terror, according to official figures released Thursday. A Home Office (interior ministry) report said there were 315 terrorrelated arrests in the year to September — …

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Arab found working in a bogus company sheltering marginal workers

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 10: Officers from the Security Residency Affairs Department in the Interior Ministry arrested an Arab who was found to be working in a bogus company, which provides shelter to marginal workers and those who escaped from their sponsors. This is in compliance with the instructions Director General …

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Case against ‘Special Forces’ in Barrak diwaniya storming shelved

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 10: The Criminal Court has shelved the case which was filed against the Private Forces accused of storming the Diwaniya of former MP Musallam Al-Barrak, reports Annahar daily. Earlier the Prosecution had decided to shelve the case filed by lawyer for the plaintiff against the Ministry of …

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Court orders man to pay kid allowance to ex-wife

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 10: The Administrative Court chaired by Judge Walid Al-Mathkour ordered the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs to pay child allowance to a Kuwaiti woman despite she was unable to provide evidence that the children’s father was employed or not. The court stressed that Kuwaiti women should …

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Strikes kill three IS leaders – ‘IS recaptures central towns from regime’

WASHINGTON, Dec 16, (Agencies): The US-led coalition fighting Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria has killed the group’s finance minister and two other senior leaders in air strikes in recent weeks, a US military spokesman said on Thursday. Army Colonel Steve Warren told a Pentagon briefing that coalition strikes …

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Sheikh fined ‘KD 1,000’ to suspend 6-month sentence

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 10: The Criminal Court on Thursday sentenced Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad to six months in jail for offending the judicial authority but he was acquitted of violating the official directive to stop talking about the ‘conspiracy tape’ case. The court also ordered him to pay KD 1,000 to …

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Amir returns from 36th Gulf Cooperation Council summit

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al- Sabah arrived here on Thursday after participating in the 36th Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) summit held in Riyadh. On hand at the airport to greet the arrival of His Highness the Amir were His Highness the Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad …

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