Tuesday , October 17 2017

Arab Times

Back from the dead … Indian returns home

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 7: Something strange happened in March 2016 when the security authorities at the Kuwait International Airport stopped an Indian from leaving the country. This happened because the man was reported dead. Later it was discovered, that the man is identified as Naresh and another person by the …

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Cops held in death of duo

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 7: Two patrol officers have been arrested for the death of two Kuwaiti citizens after the car of the latter crashed and erupted into flames. According to a security source, the traffic accident occurred on the Sixth Ring Road opposite Saad Al-Abdullah Academy. Fire had engulfed a …

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Cause of basement fire probed

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 7: A team of firemen dealt with a fire that erupted in the basement of a nine-storey building in Farwaniya area. No injuries were reported. The Operations Room of the Fire Service Department responded to a distress call regarding the fire, and officers arriving at the scene …

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‘End differences, unite against terror’ – Trump hails Kuwait mediation

WASHINGTON, Sept 7, (Agencies): His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, accompanied by National Guard Deputy Chief Sheikh Mishal Al- Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, met US President Donald Trump at the White House on Thursday. Their talks at the Oval Office dealt with the long-standing historical relations between the …

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Al-Roudhan to lure Chinese investments on Beijing visit

Both countries keen to boost bilateral relations KUWAIT CITY, Sept 7, (KUNA): Kuwait’s Minister of Commerce and Industry Khaled Al-Roudhan arrived in Beijing on Wednesday for talks focused on attracting Chinese investments in Kuwait. Al-Roudhan, who doubles as State Youth Minister, is expected to meet CEOs of China’s biggest state-owned …

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‘Rohingya’ camps hit breaking point – Iran prepares aid

TEKNAF, Bangladesh, Sept 7, (AFP): Once-lush hillsides have been stripped bare and transformed into squalid tent cities as Rohingya refugees pour into Bangladesh, joining thousands enduring hunger and disease after fl eeing violence in Myanmar. After dangerous boat crossings or gruelling journeys on foot with little food or water, they …

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25 men in Bahrain charged over attack on police station

DUBAI: Bahrain announced Thursday it has pressed charges against 25 men over an attack on police in the Gulf kingdom, where a crackdown on dissent has drawn criticism from rights groups. Lawyers for the defendants said all of them were Shiite Muslims, who form the majority of the population in …

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Kuwait Municipality said will not hire any expats in future

‘TV sector not affected by dispensing of foreign employees’ KUWAIT CITY, Sept 6: The Kuwait Municipality has announced that expatriates will not be hired in future for any of its contracts quoting an official of the Municipality. This is in addition to ending the employment of those expatriates whose services …

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