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Thursday , November 15 2018

Arab Times

Suicide bomber kills 6 on Iraq-Saudi border – Iraqi fighters protest Turkish troop presence

BAGHDAD, Dec 12, (AFP): A suicide bomber struck an Iraqi position on the border with Saudi Arabia, killing six guards, officials said Saturday, an attack claimed by the Islamic State group. The bomber detonated an explosives-rigged truck at a border post in Iraq’s vast Anbar province on Friday and also …

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Duo held allegedly forging docus to help people obtain citizenship – Syrian arrested for cheating Egyptian of KD 8,000

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 12: High level security sources disclosed that relevant authorities arrested a Kuwaiti man and a former policeman on allegations of forging documents to help three people obtain Kuwaiti citizenship when the duo failed in subsequent fraud game to naturalize a Saudi man, reports Al-Rai daily. Apparently, the …

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5 people held in possession of hunting guns, 500 pellets; Customs arrests Iraqis with sorcery tools, fake bills

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 12: Jahra police launched an extensive campaign in Abdali farms and surrounding area after several complaints the security directorate received about people using hunting guns, reports Al-Shahed daily. The officers arrested five people in possession of five hunting guns, including two air guns, 200 cartridges, and 500 …

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Bedouns held for trading in liquor

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 12: Securitymen from Mubarak Al-Kabeer Investigation Directorate arrested two Bedouns for trading in imported liquor, reports Al-Seyassah daily. Acting on instructions of Brigadier Mohammed Al-Sharhan – Director of the directorate, a security team was formed to arrest the suspects. An undercover agent was then instructed to purchase …

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Imam referred to Public Prosecution for collecting money

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 12: The Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs referred an Imam to the Public Prosecution for breaching the charter of the Mosque by collecting money from worshippers under the pretext of sending donation to poor people and charity societies in Syria, reports Al-Qabas daily Woman among 8 …

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Citizen ordered to pay ‘divorced’ daughter KD 30,000 to buy house

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 12: The Personal Status Court, chaired by Judge Badar Al- Sawwagh, ordered a citizen to pay KD 30,000 to buy a house for her divorced daughter and KD 500 per month for her expenditures. Case files indicate that Attorney Hamoud Al-Rad’aan, who represented the daughter in court, …

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Parliament to discuss classification of groups as terrorist – Bill upholds state structure

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 12: Parliamentary sources disclosed that the Parliament has reached a consensus on the proposed law to criminalize terrorist groups in the coming weeks, reports Al-Shahed daily. The source added the legislative committee next week will discuss the proposed classification of the Muslim Brotherhood, Hezbollah, Islamic State in …

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‘Subsidy cut on 17 commodities to be implemented in this fiscal year’ – GMRP eyes to transfer 59,000 Kuwaitis from public to private sector

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 12: High-ranking sources from the Ministry of Finance have said the decision to reduce subsidy on 17 commodities, including fuel, will be implemented in the current fiscal year (2015-2016) to increase non-oil revenue. The source stated that government has requested “Ernest & Young” to expedite and present …

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Lost in translation

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 12: It seems that the Ministry of Interior made a mistake using Google translator when ‘Break Travelers’ was displayed on its billboard instead of ‘Travelers Lounge’, reports Al-Qabas daily Campaign to collect arms: Officers from the Weapon Department in coordination with relevant security systems recently launched campaign …

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‘Kuwait manages to keep unemployment rate at 2 pc since 2010’ – Private sector capable of solving issue of joblessness: businessman

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 12: Global Finance magazine says Kuwait has managed to keep unemployment rate at 2 percent since 2010, and landed third place internationally among the countries with minimal unemployment rate after Belarus, which occupied the first position by 0.5 percent and Thailand with 0.8 percent, reports Al-Seyassah daily. …

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