Friday , December 15 2017

Arab Times

MoH to ‘buy’ 79 new ambulances

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 29: Director of Medical Emergencies Department in the Health Ministry Monzer Al- Jalahema revealed that 79 new ambulances will be added to the ambulance fleet of the ministry, indicating the new ambulances will be delivered by the end of this year, reports Al-Anba daily. Al-Jalahema also unveiled …

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Amir at Informatics Award

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 29, (KUNA): His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah patronized and attended Wednesday the 17th Sheikh Salem Al-Ali Informatics Award held at Bayan Palace. His Highness the Amir was received at the event by His Highness the Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al- Jaber Al-Sabah, …

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19,000 text messages sent to consumers: MEW

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 29: Assistant Undersecretary for Water Network Operation and Maintenance at Ministry of Electricity and Water Eng Khalifa Al-Fraih revealed that 19,000 text messages were sent to consumers in the last ten months from Jan 1 to Oct 31, reports Al-Rai daily. He said the consumers were appreciated …

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Over 100 workers in 22 illusory companies

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 29: KUWAIT CITY, Nov 29: General Public Relations and Media Security Department stated that efforts of officers from the General Residency Affairs Department yielded fruit when they discovered 22 illusory companies registering some 104 laborers under their sponsorship. Statement added Residency Affairs Personnel received information that several …

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Peeping-Tom held

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 29 : An Arab expatriate employed by Jleeb Shuyoukh Cooperative Society was arrested for peeping through restrooms inside mosques while occupied, Al-Seyassah. Apparently, securitymen received several complaints from worshippers indicating someone was peeping underneath the doors of restrooms at mosques while in use, and always escaped before …

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Verdict upheld as Kuwaiti gets death for killing friend

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 29: The Court of Appeals upheld the verdict issued by a lower court which sentenced a Kuwaiti citizen to death for killing his Saudi friend. According to the case file, the victim’s corpse was discovered when a shepherd came across it in Wafra desert area. Intensive investigations …

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Deportation for 3 illegal Ethiopian women

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 29: Hawalli securitymen apprehended three Ethiopian women for violating residency law. All three suspects reportedly worked at a beauty salon and were without visa for three years. A security source said the suspects tried to run away upon sighting the patrolmen and when requested to show their …

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Kuwaiti family wins $29 mln losses lawsuit against the Credit Suisse Group in UK

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 29: A Kuwaiti family has won the lawsuit which was filed in London against the Credit Suisse Group AG after the family lost worth $29 million of investments with the bank during the 2008 financial crisis. Mahmoud Haji Haider Abdullah and his sons, Maytham, Mahdi, and Mansour, …

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Four injured in various accidents

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 29: Two Kuwaiti citizens sustained injuries when a vehicle collided with another and toppled on Sabah Al- Awal Street. When the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about the accident and that one of the vehicles fell over the cement wall of the bridge, securitymen, …

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APPEALS VERDICT ‘HARSH’ … MP CONFIDENT OF ACQUITTAL

Special session may clear sports law – December deadline looms KUWAIT CITY, Nov 29: National Assembly Speaker Marzouq Ali Al-Ghanim has asked the government to attend the special session slated for Sunday to discuss the sports draft law in view of the latest developments in the move to lift suspension of …

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