Wednesday , September 26 2018

Arab Times

‘UN hampers Syria rebuild’ – Britain halts some aid to opposition

MOSCOW, Aug 20, (Agencies): Russia’s foreign minister on Monday accused the UN of hampering the reconstruction of war-torn Syria, as the Moscow-backed Syrian regime calls on refugees to return to the country. Sergei Lavrov said the United Nations’ political affairs department had last year sent out “a secret directive forbidding …

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Flood toll tops 400 as waters ‘recede’ – Hunt for missing

KOCHI, India, Aug 20, (Agencies): Floodwaters receded in Kerala on Monday, leaving Indian rescuers the grim task of retrieving bodies as the death toll from the worst monsoon rains in a century rose above 400. With nearly three quarters of a million people packed into relief camps in the southern …

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Over two million at Arafat Standing

Plan to raise number of Hajj pilgrims to 5 million by 2020 ARAFAT, Saudi Arabia, Aug 20, (Agencies): More than two million Muslims gathered at Mount Arafat on Monday for a vigil to atone for their sins and ask God’s forgiveness as the annual Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia reached …

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Company file closed, Iqama on article 14 (temporary iqama)

My company file is closed, I came to Kuwait six months ago on Article 18, my company didn’t put my iqama, but rather they have put only 3 months Article 14 temporary iqama, and out of lot of issue I got my passport and I am planning to move out …

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KUFPEC floats tender for VAT collection

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 19: Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Company (KUFPEC) will fl oat a tender for the collection for Value- Added Tax (VAT), reports Al-Nahar daily. The company has specified conditions for entering the tender – the companies that have applied for the tender must have a commercial license and …

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Questions asked about fingerprint attendance system for teachers

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 19: After the Civil Service Commission (CSC) ordered the inclusion of teachers in the fingerprint attendance system, which prompted the concerned authorities to install fingerprint attendance machines in all schools, many people have been asking questions related to the matter, reports Al-Anba daily. Those questions included – …

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New terms to ‘govern’ Joint Saudi-Kuwait Khafji oil field

Sides reach initial agreement KUWAIT CITY, Aug 19: As Saudi Arabia and Kuwait are said to have reached an initial agreement over the potential resumption of production from Al-Khafji field, which is located in the neutral zone between the two countries, more detailed have emerged about the new agreement that …

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‘Pay housing allowance to expat teacher’

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 19: The First Instance Court has obliged the Undersecretary at Ministry of Education to pay housing allowance to an expatriate female teacher according to a verdict issued by the Constitutional Court. The case file indicated the teacher filed a complaint asking for equality in terms of the …

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Britain is not haven for criminals, says UK’s Ambassador to Kuwait

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 19, (Agencies): British Ambassador to Kuwait Michael Davenport said the concerned authorities in Kuwait have not contacted the embassy regarding the fake university diplomas issue, stressing “this subject is far from us,” reports Al- Rai daily. He pointed out the British universities are ranked second globally as …

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