Sunday , September 23 2018

Arab Times

Court acquits 2 in drunk driving accident

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 1: The Misdemeanor Court acquitted two individuals who were accused of consuming liquor and crashing their pickup vehicle onto a patrol vehicle that was parked alongside King Fahad Expressway. The Public Prosecution had charged the first defendant of driving his pickup vehicle recklessly under a drunken state, …

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Bid to smuggle cigarettes into Saudi Arabia foiled

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 1: Customs officers at the Nuwaiseeb border post foiled the attempt of a GCC man to smuggle 99 cartons of cigarettes in his SUV, reports Al-Anba daily. During interrogation the man admitted to coming to Kuwait to smuggle cigarettes into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and sell …

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Eight Kuwaitis aboard a burning yacht rescued

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 1: Firefighters and Coast Guard men rescued eight Kuwaitis from certain dead after their yacht caught fire while they were on a cruise in Rikza opposite to Marina Beach, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily added, as soon as the Operations Room of the Ministry of Interior received …

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Real estate firm chief caught in cash fraud – 7 years jail for blogger

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 1 : The Misdemeanor Court sentenced the board chairman of a big real estate company to six months in prison for swindling a female citizen to the tune of KD 50,000. The Public Prosecution charged the suspect with deceiving the woman, using his capacity as head and …

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Chinese Embassy in Kuwait denies ‘detention’ of one million Uighurs

Unjustified charges against China for political purposes: Cheng KUWAIT CITY, Sept 1: The spokesperson for the Chinese Embassy in Kuwait Ma Cheng affirmed that reports about the detention of around one million ethnic Uighurs in her country in a secret camp are not true, stressing that her country respects religious …

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Obama, Bush mourn McCain at service

‘Passing of American greatness … the real thing’ WASHINGTON, Sept 1, (RTRS): Former US presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush gathered with thousands of fellow mourners on Saturday to honor the late John McCain, the longtime Arizona senator and Vietnam war hero whose bids for the White House were …

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India to help Nepal ‘construct’ rail link

KATHMANDU, Sept 1, (Agencies): India will help Nepal construct a rail link between capital Kathmandu and an Indian border town for smoother movement of passengers and cargo to the landlocked Himalayan nation, which neighbouring China is also trying to woo with a similar plan. An agreement to study the feasibility …

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Victims in Amsterdam stabbing are Americans: US ambassador

Amsterdam, 1 Sep: Two people wounded in a knife attack at the Dutch capital’s busy main railway station on Friday are both American citizens who were visiting The Netherlands, the US ambassador said Saturday as police investigated possible motives, including the possibility it was an extremist act. Police shot and …

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Indian currency decree did little to root out ‘black money’ – ‘It’s not only an economic failure but a moral failure as well’

  NEW DELHI, Aug 30, (AP): Nearly all of the currency removed from circulation in a surprise 2016 attempt to root out illegal hoards of cash came back into the financial system, India’s reserve bank has announced, indicating the move did little to slow the underground economy. Prime Minister Narendra …

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