Thursday , April 26 2018

Arab Times

Kuwait is not immune to quakes

KUWAIT CITY, April 16: Kuwaiti Earthquake Expert Dr Firyal Bou Rabea affirmed that Kuwait is not immune to earthquakes, and that destructive earthquakes can happen any time in Kuwait, reports Al-Qabas daily. In an interview, she indicated that no part of the world is safe from earthquakes, ruling out that …

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2 Romanian Prostitutes caught in Salmiya, Kuwait

KUWAIT CITY, April 16: Two Romanian prostitutes were arrested by police after Ministry of Interior were tipped off  who had entered Kuwait on visit visas. Detectives made appointments over website for Saturday night at a hotel in Salmiya and waited in a lobby where one lady agent arrived and asked …

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Deportee ‘converts to Christianity’

KUWAIT CITY, April 16:  A video clip has gone viral of a Lebanese man, speaking in a Kuwaiti dialect and identified only as Samir, reports Al-Rai daily. Samir who preferred to keep his family name anonymous, appears in a video clip with some Kuwaiti tourists in Lebanon speaking in the …

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Saudi prince gets 7 years jail, fine of KD10,000 over ex-Kuwaiti wife’s kids

KUWAIT CITY, April 16: The Court of Appeal chaired by Judge Hani Al-Hamdan has sentenced a Saudi prince to seven years in prison and fine of KD 10,000 over the allegation of abducting his children from their mother (a Kuwaiti woman). Lawyer Emad Al-Seif, representing the plaintiff, thanked the Kuwaiti …

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140 people wanted in drug cases, non-payment of debts held

KUWAIT CITY, April 16: Officers from the Public Security Sector arrested 140 wanted individuals during security campaigns they launched in all governorates during the weekend based on instructions from Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs at Ministry of Interior Major General Ibrahim Al-Tarrah. The arrested individuals included some who were …

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Three masked men assault military man

KUWAIT CITY, April 16: Police are looking for three masked men for assaulting a Kuwaiti military man and stealing from him two cell phones and a portable Wi-firouter, reports Al-Anba daily. The victim has filed a complaint with the police and submitted a medical report showing bruised left eye and …

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Police officer ‘booked’ for smoking on duty

KUWAIT CITY, April 16: In adherence to the slogan ‘No one is above the law’ the Environment Protection Police (EPP) have issued a citation against a police officer for smoking while on duty and after a cigarette was found in his office, reports Al- Rai daily. The daily added, a …

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Leaders condemn Iran interference – Probe gas attack

PUTIN PROPOSES WORKING WITH LEAGUE ON REGIONAL SECURITY DHAHRAN, April 16, (RTRS): An Arab League summit called on Sunday for an international probe into the “criminal” use of chemical weapons in Syria and condemned what it saw as Iran’s interference in the affairs of other countries. Saudi Arabia and Iran …

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Filipino maid forced to drink bleach in Saudi Arabia

MANILA, Philippines: A Philippine domestic worker has been hospitalised in Saudi Arabia after her employer allegedly forced her to drink household bleach, Manila’s foreign ministry said Monday. Domestic worker Agnes Mancilla underwent emergency abdominal surgery after she was taken, unconscious, to a hospital in Saudi’s southwestern Jizan city on April …

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Woman can be buried with husband

Bangladesh’s highest court has ruled that a woman who took her life four years ago is a Muslim and can be buried alongside her husband, ending a high-profile legal battle over interfaith marriage. The court ruled last week that Hosne Ara Lazu did convert to Islam after marrying Humayun Farid …

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