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Tuesday , August 20 2019

Arab Times

Many fictitious websites promoting false news and rumors

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 1: The Electronic Monitoring Department of the State Security Apparatus has spotted many fictitious sites and names which have been recently promoting …

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Court grants father custody of girl

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 1: The Family Court dismissed a lawsuit and granted custody of a girl to the father instead of her grandmother. Lawyer Mubarak …

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‘Decision to pull number plates of cars ill-planned’ – ‘Most motorists unaware, clueless’

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 1: It seems that the General Traffic Department implemented the decision to confiscate number plates of cars parked wrongly in a haste …

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Cable maintenance may slow Internet service from Nov 2-6

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 1, (KUNA): Ministry of Communications said Tuesday GBI company would be carrying out maintenance to the underwater Internet cable in the Arabian …

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Kuwait hits targeting of Makkah

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 1, (Agencies): Kuwait on Monday said Houthis’ firing of a long-range missile against the holy city of Makkah, was a “provocation of …

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Commission pulls 46 poll candidates – Disqualifications open to appeal

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 1: The Electoral Commission for National Assembly Elections on Tuesday disqualified 46 parliamentary hopefuls including former MPs Safah Al-Hashem, Abdul Hameed Dashti …

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Al-Ansari opens door for workers

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 1: Deputy Director General of the Administrative and Financial Affairs Sector in the Firefighting General Department Major General Saleh Al-Ansari has announced …

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Five dead, 40 wounded in Pakistan ship-breaking accident

Quetta, Pakistan, Nov 1, 2016 (AFP) -At least five people were killed and dozens wounded Tuesday when a gas cylinder exploded and started a fire …

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Filipinos clean graves, pray, honor dead on All Saints’ Day

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Families bring flowers. Relatives seek out graves of departed soldiers. Tombs across the Philippines get cleaned up. And prayers — prayers …

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Obama caught in middle of unseemly spat over Clinton emails

WASHINGTON (AP) — The latest clamor over Hillary Clinton’s emails has put Barack Obama in a spot where no president wants to be: caught between …

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