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Egypt’s surrender of islands to Saudi deepens its woes – Blow dealt to pride of many Egyptians

CAIRO, April 12, (AP): Egypt’s declared intention to hand over control of two strategic Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia has kicked off a storm of vociferous opposition, laced with stinging satire, and dealt a blow to the pride of many Egyptians at a time when they feel their country …

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Securitymen arrest 10 people for violating ‘residency law’ – Fishermen’s housing raided

KUWAIT CITY, April 12: Joint forces from Marine Security Department, Capital Security Directorate and Inspection Department headed by Director of Marine Security Department Colonel Majed Al-Otaibi, launched a sudden security campaign on fishermen accommodation in Sharq area and arrested 10 violators of residency law, reports Al-Seyassah daily. The Public Relations …

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Police captain assaults elderly sergeant major – ‘Not saluted’

KUWAIT CITY, April 12: A police captain is said to have assaulted an unidentified elderly sergeant major just because the latter did not salute him, reports Al-Shahed daily. The daily added, the suspect works for the Capital Traffic Department and is under direct command of the Assistant Undersecretary for Traffic …

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Two Romanian prostitutes arrested – 62-yr-old Filipino maid raped

KUWAIT CITY, April 12: Acting on information and armed with a search and arrest warrant issued by the Public Prosecution, the vice-squad of the Criminal Investigations Department recently raided a hotel in Bneid Al-Gar and arrested two Romanian prostitutes and referred them to the concerned authorities to prepare their deportation …

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Ex-MP, tweeter get 2 years jail with KD 1,000 bond to suspend verdicts

KUWAIT CITY, April 12: The Court of Appeals, presided over by Judge Adel Al-Huweidi, sentenced Twitter user Ahmad Al-Ashour to two years in jail with guarantee of KD 1,000 to suspend implementation of the verdict for three years and instructed him to maintain good conduct. Previously, the Public Prosecution released …

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Court orders contracting firm to pay end of service to security employee

KUWAIT CITY, April 12: The Labor Section of the Court of First Instance presided over by Judge Abdullah Al-Jassar ordered a general trading and contracting company to pay indemnity to a security employee without any recourse to the Experts Department. According to the case filed by Attorney Khawlah Mubarak Al-Hasawi …

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GTD collects KD 7 mln from violating motorists since beginning of the year

KUWAIT CITY, April 12: The General Traffic Department (GTD) of the Interior Ministry, since the beginning of this year, is said to have collected KD 7 million from motorists who have violated traffic laws, reports Al-Shahed daily. It has been reported the traffic police have issued five million citations this …

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Exports resume

KUWAIT CITY, April 12: Oil exports resumed from all ports on Tuesday several hours after they were suspended due to bad weather, state news agency KUNA reported quoting the Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC). KNPC spokesman Khaled al-Asousi said that halting oil exports during bad weather was a routine practice …

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Good-faith efforts urged at Kuwait talks

KUWAIT CITY, April 12, (Agencies): The State of Kuwait’s hosting of peace talks between Yemeni adversaries on April 18 is seen as the latest bid to end the five-year conflict that swept through the country at the southern end of the Arabian Peninsula. A timeline highlighting major events since the …

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