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Tuesday , November 13 2018

Arab Times

Encroachments on State properties removed

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 4: Department for Violation Removal at Farwaniya Municipality removed 78 transgressions on state properties during a campaign launched in Farwaniya Governorate, reports Al-Seyassah daily. In a press release, Head of the department Khalid Al-Radha’an affirmed that the department will exert its best efforts to remove all transgressions …

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Ice-cream vendor harassed

   KUWAIT CITY, Nov 4:  A video went viral on social media in which an unknown driver of a sports vehicle can be seen harassing an icecream vendor by driving recklessly around his cart. After bloggers and users of social media condemned the act of the suspect, concerned security …

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‘Missing mom’ – Child threatens suicide

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 4: A fifth-standard student of Mulla Sulaiman Primary School in Qosour area threatened to commit suicide because his mother, who was a teacher in the school, was transferred to another school. According to sources, the child rushed to the area where the water tanks of the school …

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‘Pay disabled woman compensation’

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 4: The Court of Appeals has ordered the Public Authority for Handicapped Affairs to pay outstanding benefits and allowances to a Kuwaiti woman who has been living with medium movement and major physical disability from birth. According to the lawsuit filed by the plaintiff’s counsel Attorney Ali …

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Pollution annihilates Iraqi carp

Iraqi officials and fishermen are at a loss to explain how hundreds of tons of carp have suddenly died in fish farms in the Euphrates River, fueling anxieties about soaring water pollution. Local authorities used excavators to skim dead fish from the river surface near the town of Hindiyah, 80 …

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Villagers lose ‘homes and land’ to feed India’s booming power sector

PIDARWAH, India, Nov 4, (RTRS): Siyaram Saket refuses to give up his one-and-a-half acres of farmland in central India – no matter how much the coal mining company offers him. Whatever the amount, said the 55-year-old, it will not be enough to replace the value of the fertile land feeding …

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Iraq rejects US interference on Iran

EMBASSY TELLS TEHRAN TO ALLOW DEMOBILISATION OF SHIA MILITIAS BAGHDAD, Nov 4, (Agencies): The Iraqi Foreign Ministry rejected on Saturday what it called US interference in its affairs after the US embassy issued a statement telling neighbouring Iran to respect Iraq’s sovereignty and allow demobilisation of Shi’ite militias. The US …

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Call to hire new executives from outside the oil sector

By the end of this year, all executives of the oil sector with more than 35 years of experience including the chief executive officer will have to retire. This means Kuwait’s oil sector is being cleared of more than 35 years of valuable experience. This policy is unfortunately applicable in …

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