Monday , November 20 2017

Arab Times

Sick leaves forged for money: report

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 16: Criminal Security Men in coordination with Legal Affairs Department of the Health Ministry arrested an official working in a hospital at Sabah Health Zone on the accusation of forging sick leave in exchange for money, reports Al-Seyassah daily. Concerned authorities in the Ministry of Health are …

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Girl molests 8-year-old kid

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 16 A girl was charged for molesting an 8-year old child, reports Al-Rai daily. Apparently, the mother left her child in the care of the accused who happens to be her relative, and when she returned, the child reported the immoral act the girl had perpetrated against …

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Indian expat hangs himself; Egyptian drowns

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 16: A 23-yearold Indian expatriate hanged himself with a rope tied to the ceiling of his room at the sponsor’s house in Al- Naseem area, reports Al-Anba daily. Apparently, the deceased stood on a chair to facilitate the suicide mission and the Kuwaiti sponsor reported the incident …

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Egyptian says ex-sponsor threatened to kill him

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 16: An Egyptian expatriate filed a complaint against the former sponsor alleging she threatened to kill him. He said the lady sponsor refused to pay his salary, and when he transferred to another company, she threatened to kill him. Later on, her lawyer contacted him, and also …

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Sheikha Hussah honored for promoting Islamic heritage

‘Award for Kuwait, people at DAI’ WASHINGTON, Nov 16, (KUNA): Director General of Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah (DAI) Sheikha Hussah Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah was honored with the Middle East Institute’s (MEI) Issam M. Fares Award for Excellence for promoting Islamic art and heritage and advancing education and cultural dialogue. Sheikha Hussah, …

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Police family gunned down in Pakistan

Quetta, Pakistan Nov 16: A senior police officer and three of his family members including his wife and son were gunned down by unknown assailants in Pakistan’s southwestern city of Quetta Wednesday, police said. The attack, which police say was targeted, comes a week after another senior officer was killed …

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Leaders fail to condemn attack on Rohingyas

MANILA, Nov 16, (Agencies): Southeast Asian leaders kept silent over accusations of ethnic cleansing carried out by Myanmar’s army in a statement Thursday, instead expressing support for the country’s efforts to bring peace and harmony to northern Rakhine state. More than 600,000 Muslim Rohingya have fled mainly Buddhist Myanmar since …

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