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Thursday , November 14 2019

Arab Times

‘Deny US citizens visa-free access’

BRUSSELS, March 2, (RTRS): United States citizens should be denied visafree access to the European Union before summer because Washington does not allow some EU …

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Bangladesh law may legitimise ‘rape’

DHAKA/NEW DELHI, March 2, (Agencies): A new Bangladeshi law that lets under-age girls marry their rapists for “the greater good of the adolescent” may put …

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Mystery is solved as Lankan admits killing his roommate

KUWAIT CITY, March 2: A Sri Lankan man was arrested for murdering a compatriot woman by setting her on fire while she was sleeping inside …

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Kuwaiti man acquitted of forcing his colleague to have sex

KUWAIT CITY, March 2: The Juvenile Court of Appeals overturned the verdict issued by the Court of First Instance that refrained from pronouncing penalty against …

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‘Sheesha’ brawl – Women held

KUWAIT CITY, March 2: Five Kuwaiti women have been arrested and referred to the Ardhiya Police Station for fighting inside a café in the Ardhiya …

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Trio acquitted of kidnapping minor in rape bid

KUWAIT CITY, March 2: The Court of Appeals upheld the verdict of First Instance Court that acquitted a juvenile and two others of kidnapping another …

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20 ‘caught’ for racing, drifting

KUWAIT CITY, March 2: A total of 20 youths were arrested and their vehicles were seized after they were caught racing and performing stunts in …

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Rising cost of living forcing many expats to send families back home

KUWAIT CITY, March 2: A large number of expatriates in Kuwait have decided to send their families back home due to increased cost of living …

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Ghost staff, absenteeism rampant in Gulf countries – 38 probed for fake attendance

KUWAIT CITY, March 2: Minister of Commerce and Industry Khalid Al-Rowdan has confirmed that 38 public sector employees were referred to the Public Prosecution for …

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