Arab Times

Egyptian securitymen takes KD 400 to lift travel ban

KUWAIT CITY, July 18: Farwaniya securitymen arrested an Egyptian, who works at the Enforcement Department, for collaborating with his compatriot to lift the travel ban imposed on a person in exchange for KD 400, reports Al- Rai daily. Acting on a tip-off, the securitymen sent an Egyptian secret agent to …

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‘Deport 15 women’ from Sierra Leone

KUWAIT CITY, July 18: The Interior Ministry has started investigations into the illegal entry of 15 expatriate women from Sierra Leone, reports Al- Anba daily. It has been reported these expatriate women entered the country on family visas under the sponsorship of Kuwaiti women without the latters’ knowledge. Family visas …

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Mobile app lures clients in sex trade – 1 shot KD 30 and 1 hour KD 60

KUWAIT CITY, July 18: Asian prostitutes have devised a new method of luring customers through a smart phone application, reports Al-Rai daily. The prostitutes, who came from an Asian country, entered Kuwait to work as masseurs and then formed a network to promote their services through WhatsApp where they post …

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Municipality targets abandoned cars

KUWAIT CITY, July 18: The Department of Public Relations at Kuwait Municipality announced that Public Hygiene and Road Usage Department at the Capital Municipality Branch recently embarked on a two-week campaign during which officials issued 97 citations, removed 218 vehicles and put stickers on 350 abandoned vehicles, reports Al- Seyassah …

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Police hunt ‘female’ beggar

KUWAIT CITY, July 18: Police are looking for an unidentified man, who was clad in abaya and niqab as he pretended to be a female beggar in Egaila and stole the handbag of a Kuwaiti woman, reports Al-Qabas daily. The Kuwaiti woman filed a complaint at Riqqa Police Station, narrating …

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Old grievances fuel protests in Iraq

BAGHDAD, July 18, (AFP): In the heat of battle against the Islamic State group, Iraqis united against a common enemy. But just a few months after Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declared victory over the jihadists, social grievances that once simmered on the back burner have boiled over in a series …

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India building collapse kills three, 12 missing

NEW DELHI, July 18, (Agencies): More than 100 Indian rescue workers were using steel cutters and drills on Wednesday to try and free a dozen people feared trapped under the rubble of a collapsed six-storey building outside Delhi. Three bodies have been pulled so far from under tonnes of concrete …

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Kuwait to host donor’s confab to ‘promote’ education in Somalia

Bid to serve to secure future generations BRUSSELS, July 18, (KUNA): Ambassador of Kuwait to the European Union, NATO, Belgium and Luxembourg, Jasem Al-Budaiwi, has announced that Kuwait is to host a Donors Conference in Support of Education in Somalia. “We, in Kuwait, firmly believe that education is one of …

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IRAN CLAIMS URANIUM STOCKPILE REACHES 950 TONS

Centrifuge rotor plant ups N-stakes – Trump said to have sought Rouhani talks TEHRAN, July 18, (Agencies): Iran has built a factory that can produce rotors for up to 60 centrifuges a day, the head of its atomic agency said on Wednesday, upping the stakes in a confrontation with Washington over …

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