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14th Jul

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Romanian girls offering body for KD 200/hour arrested

KUWAIT CITY, July 13: Two Romanian girls affiliated to an international prostitution ring were busted in a hotel in the Capital by officers from the Moral Guidance Unit of Interior Ministry. The girls were charging their clients KD 200 per hour and earned roughly KD 1500-KD 2000 each day, says …

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‘Sharing passwords can be violation of law’

KUWAIT CITY, July 13: Technology experts have warned Kuwaiti travelers from other Gulf States who go to the United States that they may unknowingly become criminals if they share a password to watch films via the Internet networks such as Netflix and others, reports Al-Rai daily. One of the most …

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Filipina robbed – Booze in delivery van

KUWAIT CITY, July 13: Police are looking for 3 people for robbing a Filipina in Salmiya, reports Al-Anba daily. In her complaint to the Salmiya Police Station, the Filipina said she was on her way home when three people stopped her and stole KD 1,000 and a cell phone in …

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Court refuses to set free royal, lawyers in ‘Fintas Group’ case – ‘No Pakistanis deported’

KUWAIT CITY, July 13: The Court of Appeals chaired by Judge Abdul-Rahman Al-Darmi refused to set free suspects in the “Fintas Group” case, including Sheikh Athbi Al-Fahad and Ahmad Al-Daud, and Lawyers Falah Al-Ajraf and Abdul- Mohsen Al-Ateeqi. It set July 20 for hearing. The court ordered the Public Prosecution …

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‘MoI’ issues new regulations concerning domestic workers – Basic pay shouldn’t be less than KD 60 monthly

KUWAIT CITY, July 13: The Deputy Premier, Minister of Interior and Acting Minister of Defense Sheikh Mohammad Al-Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah has issued new regulations concerning domestic labor and related procedures. The first article states that domestic workers recruiting agencies must obtain guarantee of KD 40,000 valid for two years from …

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‘Strict steps taken to improve airport, border posts security’

KUWAIT CITY, July 13: Acting Assistant Undersecretary for Border Security Affairs in the Ministry of Interior Major General Khalid Al-Saqabi disclosed that the number of passengers who entered and exited through the borders and Kuwait International Airport from July 5-9, 2016 totaled 920,184. In a press conference, Al-Saqabi said the …

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‘No restrictions on personal freedoms’ – Interior denies social network claims

KUWAIT CITY, July 13, (KUNA): The Ministry of Interior refuted on Wednesday rumors carried by the social networks that the Ministry has enacted a number of measures restricting the use of public freedoms, especially the freedom of speech. In a press statement, the Ministry said there is no basis for …

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‘Take Civil IDs soon’

KUWAIT CITY, July 13: Director- General of the Public Authority for Civil Information (PACI) Musa’ed Al-Assousi said people who fail to collect their Civil IDs, five months after its issuance will have to pay KD 5 fine, reports Al-Rai daily. He also said the Civil IDs will be cancelled if …

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Cameron bows out, May becomes PM

LONDON, July 13, (Agencies): Outgoing British prime minister David Cameron admitted it had not been an “easy journey” as he left office after six years on Wednesday wishing his country “continued success” in its post-Brexit future. Speaking outside the premier’s Downing Street office before making the short journey to Buckingham …

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