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Arab Times

Russian artist held for torching security service HQ door

Russian authorities on Monday detained a political performance artist best known for nailing his scrotum to Red Square after he torched the doors to the headquarters of the FSB security service, the successor to the KGB. Pyotr Pavlensky set fire to the wooden doors of the sprawling FSB building in …

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Maggie noodles back in India

Nestle’s hugely popular Maggi noodles returned Monday to shelves in India five months after the government banned them over lead levels, in one of the biggest crises to hit the Swiss giant. India’s food safety watchdog banned the noodles nationwide in June after test results showed packets exceeded legal limits …

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Campaign against violating trucks, illegal groceries on Wafra Road

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 9: Ahmadi Governorate’s Traffic Flow Department, which is affiliated to General Traffic Department, launched a campaign in Wafra area in coordination with Kuwait Municipality on Sunday to remove the illegal groceries in the area. They also held a campaign against trucks on Wafra Road opposite Sabah Al-Ahmad …

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Deport Asian stowaway

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 9: The Interior Ministry has taken a decision to deport the Asian stowaway who was planning to escape from Kuwait aboard an aircraft that was carrying the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior, along with the person who facilitated his entry into the airport reports Al- Anba …

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Egyptian youth stabbed

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 9: Police have arrested an unidentified Kuwaiti for stabbing an Egyptian youth six times on various parts of his body, reports Al-Anba daily. According to a security source the complaint has been filed with the police by the victim’s sister working for the Ministry of Health. In …

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Four get 10 years, 3 get 5 in chalets murder case

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 9: The Criminal Court sentenced four suspects in the Lolwa Al-Khairan chalets murder case to ten years imprisonment and three others to five years. The Public Prosecution referred the suspects to trial on accusations of premeditated murder and participation in murder upon their arrest by the security …

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‘Saving lives important, no to laxity in implementing laws’ – KFSD launches countrywide inspection campaigns

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 9: Deputy Director General for Fire Prevention Sector at Kuwait Fire Service Directorate (KFSD) Major General Khalid Rakan Al- Mekrad urged fire inspectors against laxity in implementing the law on all violators during their inspection campaign in Dajeej area on Monday. According to a press statement issued …

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Family panel proposes course on ABCs of marriage – ‘Experts’ to conduct course

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 9: The Family and Women Affairs Committee at the National Assembly approved Monday the proposal on requiring couples planning to get married to complete a course on marital life, which will be conducted by family affairs experts from the Ministry of Justice for not less than two …

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‘Dev plan blessing ahead of budget unprecedented’

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 9, (Agencies): A leading strategist said that the recent adoption of the 2016-2017 development plan ahead of the projected budget was an unprecedented step, noting that the plan is distinguished “with a lot of new features necessary for continuous planning development.” Suad Al-Awadh, the director of the …

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Professional hacker on the loose in market

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 9: A professional hacker managed to penetrate the e-mail of director-general of a German company, and e-mail of a local private company owned by a well-known personality and requested the company to transfer the remaining money of the KD 12,000 contract concluded between the two parties to …

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