Tuesday , February 20 2018

Arab Times

‘Turkey, Iran violate international law’

PARIS, Feb 7, (Agencies): France’s foreign minister on Wednesday demanded that all Iranian-backed militia, including Lebanon’s Hezbollah, leave Syria and said that Turkey and Iran were violating international law through their actions in the country. Speaking on BFM television, Jean-Yves Le Drian also said there were indications Syrian government forces …

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Taiwan quake kills 7, injures over 200

Survivors recall escape from leaning apartment block HUALIEN, Taiwan, Feb 7, (AFP): Rescue workers pulled survivors and bodies from buildings tilting precariously in the Taiwanese city of Hualien Wednesday after an overnight earthquake killed at least seven people, injured more than 200 and left dozens missing. Emergency responders were focusing …

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Medical test result

I have been selected for an oil and gas company for the post of Civil Engineer. My work visa came last week and I went for medical test in Cochin, India. Please note that I have been working in Kuwait for the last 4 years. Since, I shifted to another …

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Grilling threat on ‘Finance’

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 6: The Parliament, in its regular session Tuesday, rejected the request of the Public Prosecution to lift the immunity of MP Ahmed Fadel as per the report of the Legislative and Legal Affairs Committee. The lawmakers also looked into requests to tackle the housing issue, governmental procedures …

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‘Mental illness no longer a matter of disgrace’

No fear in disclosing illness to others: expert KUWAIT CITY, Feb 6: Psychological illness is no longer a matter of disgrace or an embarrassing condition that patients or their families should fear to disclose to others. The society’s conscience has made mental illness like a physical disease that affects a …

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