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Monday , November 12 2018

Arab Times

Syrian, four drivers running maid services office caught

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 4: Personnel from the General Department for Residence Affairs Investigation in collaboration with the Department of Domestic Labor have arrested 16 housemaids and 4 drivers for violating residence laws, says a press release issued by the Ministry of Interior. The arrest came after police received information on …

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Smuggling medicines out of Kuwait

An Iranian expatriate was arrested at Doha Port for attempting to smuggle subsidized medicines out of Kuwait. According to sources, Customs officers of Doha Port headed by Khalid Al- Failakawi suspected an Iranian expatriate who was planning to travel to Iran and checked his luggage to find large quantity of …

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Two Arab women operating brothel nabbed

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 4: Two Arab women were arrested for running a brothel from a flat in Salmiya area. According to security sources, when Salmiya securitymen received information about two sex workers in Salmiya area who were charging their customers KD100 each, a team was formed for investigations and surveillance. …

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‘Ali Baba’ nabbed; Wanted US citizen held

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 4: The Abu Halifa police have arrested a bedoun a.k.a. Ali Baba, for breaking into homes, cars, robbing people and armed robberies, reports Al-Anba daily. The daily quoting security sources said the suspect was arrested by a special task force which was formed to arrest the suspect …

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Passage of drugs via Abdali border remains murky

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 4: Although the Kuwait General Administration of Customs is investigating the issue of 200 kilos of hashish and 200,000 narcotic pills which were smuggled into the country through the Abdali border continues in top secrecy, it is time to ponder how this contraband was not discovered by …

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Draft to protect society from fraudulent, devious people – ‘Some falsely claim to have specific professional qualifications’

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 4: MP Dr Khalil Abdullah together with several MPs revealed the intention to present a draft law that criminalizes any person who makes false claim about having a specific professional capacity, reports Al-Nahar daily. He pointed out that the draft law will protect society from fraudulent, deceptive …

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‘Logistics firm violating sanctity of public funds’

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 4: Member of the Public Funds Protection Committee of the National Assembly Madhi Al-Hajeri has criticized the Council of Ministers and particularly the Minister of Communications Issa Al-Kandari for his silence over the KGL Logistics Company which is operating inside the Public Ports Authority (PPA). The member …

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Ministries decide to reinstate dismissed military officers

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 4: The ministries of Interior and Defense, along with the National Guard, recently decided to allow military officers who were dismissed for various reasons to return to service as long as the period that passed since the dismissal does not exceed five years, in addition to having …

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‘Visitors decline’ – ‘Site not hacked’

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 4: Head of Clinical Psychology Services Unit at Kuwait Center for Mental Health Amina Al-Rabei affirmed that the number of visitors to the Psychological Hospital has reduced after the opening psychiatric clinics in the primary healthcare centers, reports Al- Anba daily. She pointed to conditions related to …

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Those in bid to impede any national work to be considered as ‘betrayers’

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 4: State Minister for Cabinet Affairs and Acting Minister of Electricity and Water Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah openly declared that those who attempt to impede any national work will be considered as betrayers, irrespective of the varied viewpoints concerning the concept of national work, reports Al- …

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