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Arab Times

Filipino woman chops husbands ‘manhood’

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 20: Police have taken into custody an unidentified Filipino woman for attacking her husband who is believed to be in his 40s, reports Al-Anba daily. According to security sources the woman was arrested when the Operations Room of the Ministry of Interior received information about a man …

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‘Carpenter’, ‘Kebab-maker’ caught giving tuitions

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 20: Police acting on information raided a private institute and seized six teachers for violating residence laws, reports Al-Shahed daily. According to reliable sources the teachers were caught red-handed giving private tuitions in violation of the law and one of them who tried in vain to escape …

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Jail, fine for persons faking mental illness – Doctors ‘handling’ bogus cases face punishment

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 20: Those who fake psychological and mental problems and doctors who entertain such incidents face punishment in the form of prison term and monetary fines, reports Al-Rai daily quoting parliamentary sources. The sources added this is done to protect the rights of psychiatric patients and at the …

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Suspects flee after stabbing to death youth in road brawl

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 20: In a heinous crime witnessed on the Seventh Ring Road, a 20-year old Bedoun youth was murdered and his companion sustained stab wounds. The perpetrators fled to Saudi Arabia after the incident. Security sources said the victims were driving on Seventh Ring Road when suddenly another …

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Blogger jailed for ‘disrespecting’ ruler, Shiites

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 20: The Misdemeanor Court of First Instance has sentenced a Kuwaiti blogger, whose identity has not been disclosed, to three years in prison in a libel suit for posting a malicious tweet against His Highness the Amir and disdaining Kuwaiti Shiites. However, the court acquitted him over …

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Residence link with Passport

I have a query about my son who is on a dependent visa. His passport validity is until the end of June 2016. He is currently having a visa validity until August, 2016. I am planning to renew his passport in April or June 2016 before its expiry and then …

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Only 804,251 expats in Kuwait are literate – 108,878 out of 2.95m are degree holders

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 20: Recent statistics by the Public Authority for Civil Information (PACI) indicates that only 804,251 expatriate personnel can read and write, 89,282 of them are illiterates, and 500,337 of the total 2.950 million expatriates who are over 15 years old are intermediate certificate holders, reports Al-Seyassah daily. …

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PACA law unconstitutional: Court – LAW NOT QUALIFIED UNDER DECREE OF NE

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 20: The Constitutional Court has ruled that Legislative Decree No. 24/2012 on the establishment of the Public Anti- Corruption Authority (PACA) and the provisions on financial disclosure is unconstitutional. In a session chaired by Judge Yusuf Al-Mutawa on Sunday, the court explained that the decree “is not …

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US moms launch hunt as Mideast dads go missing

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 20: A group of American women have begun to track down university students from Kuwait for illegally impregnating their daughters and giving birth to children, reports Al-Rai daily. These Americans are doing this through a specialized website to help mothers trace the fathers of their babies before …

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‘Muslims only must address cultural problems, extremism’ – West ‘divided’ on terrorism

It is obvious that some of the secular Western intelligentsia continue to fluctuate in their opinions regarding terrorism. In fact, part of the secular Western mind continually appears to maintain a politically correct intellectual approach toward the violence of terrorism: for example, some Western intellectuals seem to insist on separating …

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