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Monday , November 12 2018

Arab Times

‘Need to amend conditions for campers’

Mixed reaction from public on rules KUWAIT CITY, Sept 12: Head of the Reform and Developmental Committee at the Municipal Council Hamoud Al-Enzi has presented suggestions for amending the conditions required for the issuance of licenses for spring camps. He explained that the suggestions include asking those interested in obtaining …

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Fishermen freed – ‘Shrimping’ charge

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 12: The Misdemeanor Court has nullified judgment issued in absentia against six fishermen who were fined KD500 each for shrimp fishing during the ban period. The court thereby acquitted them of all charges. The case file indicated the Public Prosecution Department accused the defendants of violating stipulations …

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Arab foreign ministers laud Kuwait’s support to UNRWA

Sheikh Sabah Khaled meets UNRWA Commissioner General CAIRO, Sept 12, (KUNA): The council of Arab League has voiced its appreciation for Kuwait’s role in supporting the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), and Al-Aqsa and Jerusalem funds. This came on Tuesday at the conclusion of the …

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Florence ‘monster’ storm – Hurricane bears down on East Coast

WASHINGTON, Sept 12, (Agencies): US President Donald Trump promised Wednesday that the federal government was “ready” and “able” to handle Hurricane Florence, warning residents to get out of the way as the monster storm bears down on the East Coast. “They say it’s about as big as they have seen …

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Kuwait warns of disaster – Turkey boosts arms to Syrian rebels

NEW YORK, Sept 12, (Agencies): Any military escalation in Idlib, Syria would result in humanitarian disaster, as women, elderly, children, and patients will pay the price of such action. “As the international community witnessed the consequences of similar steps in the remaining parts of Syria, which were classified as escalation …

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14 dead as Philippine passenger van falls off cliff

LA TRINIDAD, Philippines (AP) – At least 14 people, mostly elderly villagers, died when the brakes of an overloaded passenger van failed while traveling on a winding road, sending it down a ravine in a mountain province in the northern Philippines, police said Wednesday. Twenty-four other passengers, including the driver, …

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Tailor by day, Killer by night – Indian police arrests 33 Truck drivers serial killer

NEW DELHI (AP) – Indian police have arrested a 48-year-old man who they say has confessed to killing 33 truck drivers and their helpers over the past decade, then selling the vehicles and the goods they were carrying. The man was arrested two weeks ago near the central town of …

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‘ Let co-op empty spaces be utilized for recreational areas’

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 11: MP Askar Al-Enezi has submitted a proposal on allowing cooperative societies to utilize empty spaces around them for the establishment of recreational areas. In his proposal, the MP pointed out that the country should grant licenses to cooperative societies to utilize the empty spaces surrounding their …

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Info minister affirms new studio vital pillar in upgrading info media system

‘Studio Salmiya’ located on an area of 600 square meters KUWAIT CITY, Sept 11, (KUNA): Minister of Information and State Minister for Youth Affairs Mohammad Al-Jabri affirmed that the new Salmiya studio is considered to be an important pillar in the development process and upgrade of the information media system …

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