Wednesday , December 19 2018

Arab Times

‘Jihadi John’ responsible for his actions: brother – Foreign forces blamed for radicalisation

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 2: Mohammad Emwazi, a.k.a. Jihadi John who was killed by a drone strike last year had warned his brother not to follow …

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Al Habtoor updated on progress of Expo 2020

DUBAI, UAE, Feb 2: Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor received Her Excellency Reem Al Hashimy at his office on Al Wasl Road on Monday Feb 1. …

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Civil ID fee to KD 5

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 2, (KUNA): The Public Authority for Civil Information (PACI) said Tuesday it would, as of April 1st, increase fees for a new …

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‘Scandal of fake PhD certs to be dealt with transparency’

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 2: Several officials and legal experts unanimously agreed in a recent opinion survey that the scandal of fake and bogus PhD certificates …

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Call to ban use of water guns during National Day events – ‘Precious resource being wasted’

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 2: In the wake of the decision issued by Environment Public Authority (EPA) four years ago to ban foam sprayed during the …

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Govt ‘keen’ on protection of patients rights: official – ‘Latest equipment, medicines provided’

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 2, (KUNA): Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health Dr Khaled Al-Sahlawi Monday confirmed his ministry’s unshaken commitment to provision of healthcare starting …

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No Zika in Kuwait: MoH – WHO declares emergency

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 2, (Agencies): The Ministry of Health (MoH) said Monday no cases of the mosquito-borne Zika virus, which has spread in Latin American …

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Working age

Back in 01-2014 you sent me information about expatriates working until the age of 80 in Kuwait. I have attached the information you sent to …

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Amir to UK

LONDON, Feb 1, (KUNA): His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah arrived in London Heathrow Airport Monday to head Kuwaiti delegation to the …

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Britain grants first licence for modification of embryos

LONDON, Feb 1, (AFP): Britain on Monday granted its first licence to genetically modify human embryos for research into infertility and why miscarriages happen, in …

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