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Arab Times

Huge damages in food store blaze

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 12: Huge fire erupted early morning Wednesday in a food warehouse located in an area measuring 2,000 square meters in Al-Rai. Firefighting teams from six fire stations, consisting of 60 firemen, extinguished the fire and no injuries or casualties were reported. In a press statement, Kuwait Fire …

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Minimum salary for family visa up – From KD 250 to KD 450

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 12: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Mohammed Al-Khalid Al-Sabah has issued a ministerial decision to amend some provisions of the expatriate residence law and raised the minimum salary of applicants for family visas family from KD 250 to KD 450. Item one of the …

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Mixed reaction on new security checks by MoI – ‘Intimidating but providing security’

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 12: In this week’s Arab Times online poll, readers shared their thoughts on the renewed security campaigns being conducted by the Ministry of Interior in Kuwait. The majority of respondents felt that the checks made Kuwait an unfriendly place for its expatriate population while others welcomed the …

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Govt & Assembly blamed for wastage of funds, corruption – ‘Medical tourism’ causing massive loss to exchequer: MP

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 12: The executive and legislative authorities must be held responsible for the wastage of public funds and corruption in the overseas treatment sector, MP Rakan Al-Nisf said Wednesday. The lawmaker was commenting on news published recently about the alleged disbursement of $745 million for overseas treatment without …

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‘Schengen visa exemption for Kuwait awaits approval’ – ‘Security situation in EU remains critical’

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 12, (KUNA): Assistant Foreign Minister for European Affairs Waleed Al-Khubaizi stated that Kuwait’s request to exempt its nationals from the Schengen visa requirement is still pending the European approval. The security sector in the European Union is undergoing a critical stage which prompted EU interior ministers to …

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Law to support economic reforms pending: official – Oil slide hurts economy: Hamada

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 12, (KUNA): A number of laws designed to buoy financial and economic reforms are awaiting final approval, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Finance Khalifa Hamada said on Wednesday. Speaking during the ninth meeting for treasurers of Middle Eastern and African countries, organized by the Ministry of Finance, …

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US sanctions 13 people, firms for role in money laundering, commends UAE coordination

WASHINGTON, Oct 11 (KUNA) — The US on Tuesday sanctioned four individuals and nine entities in association with the already-sanctioned Altaf Khanani Money Laundering Organisation and commended the UAE for its coordination on identifying the offenders. The individuals sanctioned comprise Obaid Altaf Khanani, Hozaifa Javed Khanani, Muhammad Javed Khanani and …

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Fear, faith in Pakistan as Christian mother appeals death sentence

Lahore, Pakistan, Oct 12, 2016 (AFP) -A life and death countdown has begun in Pakistan, where the Supreme Court is due to hear a final appeal against the execution of a Christian woman for blasphemy. Some insist it is not just a fight for one life — but a battle …

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Saudi forces down missile fired by Yemen’s Houthis

DOHA, Oct 12 (Reuters) – Saudi air defence forces shot down a ballistic missile fired by Yemen’s Houthi militia toward Khamees Mushait city in the kingdom’s southwest on Tuesday night, a Saudi-led coalition said in a statement carried by the state news agency SPA. The Royal Saudi Air Defence Forces …

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Murder Case

This question is related to a murder case in which my mother was murdered by a Pakistani man in Kuwait in 2013. After investigation and with my help, CID officers arrested the murderer and the case went to a Kuwait court. I have received information that family members of the …

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