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Arab Times

Teen, two expats dead

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 10: Two expatriates died and two others sustained injuries when two vehicles collided on Airport Road close to Sheikh Saad Airport. According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about the accident, securitymen, paramedics and firefighters rushed to the location. They …

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Russia backs Kuwait Gulf crisis mediation

JEDDAH, Sept 10, (Agencies): Russia fully supports Kuwait in its efforts to defuse tensions amid an ongoing Gulf diplomatic crisis involving Qatar and a quartet of Arab nations, its foreign minister Sergey Lavrov said on Sunday. In a press conference alongside his Saudi counterpart Adel Al-Jubeir, Lavrov expressed hope that …

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Syrians gain on IS

BEIRUT, Sept 10, (Agencies): Syrian government forces and US-backed militias converged on Islamic State in separate offensives against the militants in the eastern Syrian province of Deir al-Zor on Sunday. The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces alliance of mostly Kurdish and Arab militias (SDF) said it had reached Deir al-Zor’s industrial …

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Cyprus rescues 305 Syrian refugees in two boats

Cypriot authorities brought ashore more than 300 Syrian refugees early on Sunday after spotting two boats in open water off the northwest coast of the Mediterranean island, police said. It was one of the largest waves of migrants to be received by Cypriot authorities in a single day since civil …

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Rebels call one-month Myanmar ceasefire as exodus grows

Rohingya violence may help recruit extremists DHAKA, Sept 10, (Agencies): Bangladeshi security forces were on alert for attempts by homegrown Islamist militants to use the violence against Rohingya Muslims in neighbouring Myanmar to recruit new fighters, a top official said Saturday. Nearly 300,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled Myanmar’s Rakhine state …

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Hurricane Irma slams into Florida Keys

Trump speaks to governors & senators, approves disaster areas MIAMI, Sept 10, (AFP): Hurricane Irma’s eyewall slammed into the Florida Keys Sunday, lashing the island chain with fearsome wind gusts as it bears down on the state’s west coast where a mass exodus has turned cities into ghost towns. Irma, …

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Breach of contract by hospital management

I joined a private hospital on 13-7-2016 as staff nurse and successfully completed my probation period on 20-10-2016. I passed the MoH Licence exam on 12-10- 2016. From this date I am performing all the work and responsibilities of a Staff Nurse. My qualification is Diploma in General Nursing and …

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Doctors & graduates among 22,000 expatriates deported

‘Manhunt launched for 80,000 still on the run’ KUWAIT CITY, Sept 9: Over the past eight months until August this year the Ministry of Interior has deported 22,000 expatriates for various reasons including those violating the labor laws and criminals, and those who committed serious traffic violations. Informed sources said …

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Dual health insurance for ‘parents’

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 9: The objective of additional charges on the health insurance paid through insurance companies for those who desire to renew family residency visas for parents is to cover the cost of medical services in both government and private health facilities, quoting sources close to Ministry of Interior. …

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