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Trucker to be deported – Cops in rules violation

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 8: The Environment Police affiliated to the Environment Public Authority have issued citations against two policemen from the Shamiya Police Station, for smoking on the premises and also against a police officer on duty for not preventing the use of ash trays and not reporting the smokers, …

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Kuwaiti woman throws tantrums over excess baggage at Geneva airport

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 8: An unidentified Kuwaiti woman who was detained by the Swiss security authorities at the Geneva airport was released after the intervention of the Kuwaiti Consulate in Switzerland, reports Al-Rai daily. This happened when the Kuwaiti woman was at airport preparing to return to home to Kuwait …

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Three brothers perish in accident

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 8: Three brothers died and two other persons were injured when they figured in an accident along Salmi Motorway which is connected to the Sixth Ring Road. The remains of the brothers were referred to Forensics, while the injured were admitted to Jahra Hospital. Meanwhile, five expatriates …

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Family plucked from burning yacht

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 8: The Coast Guard men rescued four Kuwaitis – a father and his three sons – after a fire broke out in their yacht off Umm Al-Maradim Island, reports Al-Rai daily. A security source said that the Coast Guard boats and Sea Rescue firemen rushed to the …

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Rouhani evokes Iran-Iraq war in appeal to defy US pressure

Tehran lets money exchanges import foreign bills as rial sinks TEHRAN, Sept 8, (Agencies): Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani evoked memories of the devastating Iran-Iraq war on Saturday to call for unity in the face of economic hardships and US pressure. “Today, the government is on the frontlines. This is an …

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Protests to take on India’s PM Modi over record-high fuel

India’s opposition will launch nationwide strikes and protests next week over record-high fuel prices, looking to tap rising public anger to hit back at Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of a series of elections. Since Modi came to power in the world’s third biggest oil consumer in May 2014, he …

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Filipinos’ ‘trust’ in Duterte falls

MANILA, Sept 8, (RTRS): Public trust in Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte dropped to the lowest of his presidency, a survey showed on Saturday, although he still maintained a rating of “very good”. Trust is used by independent pollster Social Weather Stations (SWS) to gauge public opinion with a president’s personality. …

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Egypt sentences 75 to death

CAIRO, Sept 8, (AFP): An Egyptian court handed a fiveyear jail sentence to award-winning photojournalist Mahmoud Abu Zeid on Saturday and confirmed death sentences against 75 people in one of the largest mass trials since the 2011 uprising. Abu Zeid, widely known as Shawkan, who earlier this year received UNESCO’s …

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Iraq’s parliamentary groups urge PM to resign

BAGHDAD, Sept 8, (Agencies): Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al- Abadi faced calls to resign Saturday as his alliance with a populist cleric who won May elections crumbled over deadly unrest shaking the country’s south. The two leading groups in parliament called on Abadi to step down, after lawmakers held an …

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