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MoE to refer suspicious certificates to Public Prosecution, says minister

34,000 seats available for high school students KUWAIT CITY, June 10: Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Hamid Al-Azmi revealed that Ministry of Higher Education will examine all accredited certificates, irrespective of whether they are issued newly or were issued in the previous years, and will refer suspicious certificates …

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Parents urged to provide advice to children on sexual harassment

Refugee children most exposed KUWAIT CITY, June 10: Expert, trainer and specialist in protection of children from sexual harassment Rafeeda Al-Majdali has affirmed the need to follow up the behavior of children and parents simultaneously and provide advice to them concerning sexual harassment directly or indirectly, reports Al-Shahed daily. During …

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Eid prayers to be held inside mosques this year

Worshippers’ safety first priority: official KUWAIT CITY, June 10: The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, Farid Al-Amadi, said the Eid Al-Fitr prayers this year will be held inside the mosques in coordination with the Ministry of Interior, keeping in mind the safety of worshipers, reports Al-Rai …

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Traffic light in Salmiya always green

KUWAIT CITY, June 10: Residents of Salmiya area have complained about a branch traffic signal on Salem Al- Mubarak Street in Salmiya area which is green 24 hours a day due to which pedestrians are unable to cross the road, reports Al-Seyassah daily. They revealed that the main traffic signals …

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‘Cancelling of projects to cost State mlns of dinars’

MP suspends grilling of finance minister KUWAIT CITY, June 10: Parliamentary pressure on the executive branch continues to build up with MP Faisal Al-Kandari taking a stance against Minister of Public Works and Minister of State for Municipal Affairs Hussam Al-Roumi, claiming the minister has been unable to perform his …

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Maid vanishes with sponsor’s ‘KD 150,000’ diamond necklace

KUWAIT CITY, June 10: A Kuwaiti businessman has filed a complaint with the Faiha Police Station accusing his housemaid of stealing a diamond necklace worth KD 150,000, reports Al-Shahed daily. In his complaint the Kuwaiti said, the maid pretended to be sick and preferred to remain at home while the …

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No respite for 3 ‘monsters’ – Max penalty sought for rapists

KUWAIT CITY, June 10: Lawyer Wasmiya Al-Hamad has announced that she has taken the case of a juvenile who was sexually abused by “three monsters” pro bono. She affirmed that such a heinous act does not please either God or any of His creatures, vowing to demand maximum punishment against …

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Four Asians held in Taima liquor factory bust

KUWAIT CITY, June 10: Four Asian expatriates were arrested for manufacturing liquor in Taima area. According to security sources, Jahra Security Director Major General Ali Madhi received information about a gang of Asian expatriates involved in manufacturing liquor. He immediately formed a team headed by Taima Police Station head Colonel …

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13 auctions shut

KUWAIT CITY, June 10: Emergency Team of Jahra Municipality shut down 13 unlicensed auctions during a campaign launched against encroachments on state properties in Kabad area, reports Al-Seyassah daily. Director of Jahra Municipality Eng. Mohammad Al-Aradi explained in a press release that the campaign coincided with a media campaign titled …

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Govt bans import of bombs, ammo look-alike goods

KUWAIT CITY, June 10: Director-General of the General Administration of Customs has issued instructions to ban the import and sale of commercial goods which look like explosives such as bombs and ammunition, reports Al- Rai daily. The official said such objects can be identified only by specialists in security work. The …

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