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Arab Times

Int’l businesses are caught in crossfire of Qatar’s blockade

Global companies face transport, trade barriers DUBAI/DOHA, June 29, (RTRS): International businesses are being caught in the crossfire of Qatar’s dispute with its Arab neighbours …

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Saudi releases seven Iranian fishermen

Detainees arrested over a year ago ANKARA, June 29, (RTRS): Iranian state TV said on Thursday seven Iranian fishermen detained by Saudi Arabia’s coastguard over …

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Tighter rules on entry, airline security to US

WASHINGTON, June 29, (Agencies): After months of wrangling, tighter restrictions on travel to the US from six mostly Muslim nations take effect Thursday evening after …

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IS has lost 60% of territory and 80% revenue: analysts

US-backed forces cut off Raqqa escape route BEIRUT, June 29, (Agencies): The Islamic State group has lost more than 60 percent of its territory and …

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‘Cleaning firms to face law if workers caught begging’

‘50 pc are not under companies’ sponsorship’ KUWAIT CITY, June 28: Director-General of the Kuwait Municipality Ahmad Al-Manfouhi has said that the Municipality will punish …

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Deportation for Egyptian couple who locked up 2 kids before leaving country

KUWAIT CITY, June 28: The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior Lieutenant-General Mahmoud Al-Dossari has ordered the deportation of an Egyptian man with his wife, …

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KD 5 or even less can trigger travel restriction

KUWAIT CITY, June 28: The travel ban can be imposed on any person even if the amount in dispute is less than KD 5, reports …

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Transfer of 123,067 employees okayed from Feb ’02 to June ’17

‘838 employees seconded; 211,833 registered in databank’ KUWAIT CITY, June 28: The recent statistics released by the Civil Service Commission (CSC) showed that 838 employees …

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Ministry blames private health sector of failure to report detection of cases – ‘Acute flaccid paralysis’

KUWAIT CITY, June 28: Ministry of Health has blamed private health sector for failure to report detection of cases of acute flaccid paralysis to the …

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