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Top brass changes expected – AC crisis in schools

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 9: Ministry of Education has disclosed about a comprehensive “alertness” in all six educational zones with the opening of all schools on Sunday, especially with the kickoff of the new academic year for high school students, reports Al- Rai daily. Meanwhile, parliamentary sources say they are expecting …

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Prices of pharmaceuticals down by 5-86%, says health minister

Drug pricing panel finalizes 4-stage survey KUWAIT CITY, Sept 9, (KUNA): Minister of Health Sheikh Dr Basel Al- Sabah said the drug pricing committee of his ministry finalized a four-stage survey of the new prices of pharmaceuticals. Under the survey, the prices of 3,126 pharmaceuticals were brought down by 5-86 …

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Fear of AC breakdowns worries some institutions

‘Crisis management department needs time’ KUWAIT CITY, Sept 9: Even though the Cabinet has approved the formation of a department for the management, follow-up and control of crisis and for taking relevant decisions, the official declaration of such a department will require time, reports Al-Anba daily quoting sources. They explained …

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Knife shown in a fight between Kuwaiti man and a female compatriot

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 9: A Kuwaiti man assaulted a female compatriot who tried to stab him after he managed to overpower her and took the knife away, reports Al-Rai daily. The woman filed a case at a police station accusing the man of physical assault, but the man later filed …

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Car hits 3, mounts 1

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 9: In a strange traffic accident which occurred in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, a Japanese salon car reportedly collided with three vehicles and mounted on top of one of them, reports Al-Anba daily. The accident happened in Block 3, Street 166. Fortunately, no one was injured in the accident. …

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120 pigeons stolen; Handbag stolen from Kuwaiti woman’s car

: An unknown person stole 120 rare pigeons from an animal pen in Kabad. Securitymen rushed to the location after the Operations Unit in the Ministry of Interior received a call from a Kuwaiti who owns the animal pen. The officers found out that the thief broke the door of …

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84 dead in Yemen fighting

Talks failure opens way to escalation KHOKHA, Yemen, Sept 9, (AFP): Clashes and air strikes have left 84 people dead around Yemen’s Red Sea port city of Hodeida since the collapse of UN-brokered peace talks, hospital sources said Sunday. The sources in Hodeida province, controlled by Houthi rebels, said 11 …

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UAE announces discovery of millennium-old mosque

ABU DHABI, Sept 9, (KUNA): UAE’s Department of Culture and Tourism announced on Saturday the discovery of the oldest mosque in the city of Al-Ain, east of the capital Abu Dhabi, adding that archaeologists in the department have studied the discovery dating back more than 1,000 years. Archaeologists from the …

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Russian, regime air strikes resume on Idlib

US lacks leverage to stop assault on rebel bastion AMMAN, Sept 9, (Agencies): Russian and Syrian jets resumed intensive strikes in Idlib and Hama on Sunday, residents and rescuers said, as Damascus stepped up its assault on the rebels’ last major stronghold after a Russian- Iranian-Turkish summit failed to agree …

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