Tuesday , September 25 2018

Arab Times

Fodder seized in rules violation

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 6: The Department of Public Hygiene and Road Usages at Jahra Municipality Branch recently embarked on an inspection campaign of the livestock feed market along Salmi Road leading to the issuance of 28 citations and removal of 8 mobile groceries (baqalah), reports Al- Seyassah daily. Acting Administrative …

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Ethiopian housemaid kills fetus

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 6: Police have arrested an unidentified Ethiopian housemaid for killing her fetus in the bathroom of her home in Farwaniya, reports Al-Anba daily. The arrest came after police were informed by the Farwaniya Hospital that the maid arrived at the hospital with severe bleeding which was caused …

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Egyptian says swindled – Woman accused

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 6: An Egyptian has filed a complaint with the Nugra Police Station accusing a compatriot woman of swindling him, reports Al-Rai daily. The suspect convinced him that she works as manager of a company and can help him get a work permit for his cousin if he …

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Riyadh expels Canada envoy, freezes trade

Saudis hit interference in Canada call for release of activists RIYADH/OTTAWA, Aug 6, (Agencies): Saudi Arabia froze new trade and investment with Canada and expelled the Canadian ambassador, in a stern gesture of retaliation after Ottawa urged it to free arrested civil society activists. The sudden sharp response to criticism …

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Snapback sanctions on Iran set; EU acts to protect deal

WASHINGTON, Aug 6, (Agencies): The Trump administration expects economic sanctions that it is re-imposing on Iran this week to have a significant impact on the Iranian economy and will aggressively enforce the measures, senior US administration officials said on Monday. The so-called snapback sanctions, due to come into force early …

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Bangladesh considers capital punishment for driving deaths

DHAKA, Aug 6 (Reuters) – Bangladesh’s cabinet on Monday will consider capital punishment for traffic accident deaths, a law ministry official said, as thousands of students held protests for a ninth day over the deaths of two teenagers by a speeding bus in Dhaka. Tens of thousands of angry school …

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Powerful quake rocks Indonesian tourist island; 91 dead

MATARAM, Indonesia (AP) — A powerful earthquake struck the Indonesian tourist island of Lombok, killing at least 91 people and shaking neighboring Bali, as authorities said Monday that rescuers still hadn’t reached some hard-hit areas and the death toll could climb. It was the second deadly quake in a week …

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EQUATE reports highest Q2 earnings in its history

Group posts 56% hike in H1 net income KUWAIT CITY, Aug 5: EQUATE Group, a global producer of petrochemicals, reported its highest second quarter earnings in its history. Net income for the EQUATE Group for 2Q, 2018 was $427 million, up 75 per cent compared to the same period in …

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Foreign banks capital increase

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 5:  The total capital increase in the branches of foreign banks operating in the country reached $30 million last month — approximately KD 9 million, reports Al-Rai daily quoting sources. According to decisions issued by Central Bank of Kuwait (CBK) Governor Dr Mohammad Al-Hashil, the data of …

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