Sunday , October 22 2017

Arab Times

‘Airport-project biggest in dev plan’

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 16: Project Director of Kuwait International Airport Terminal 2 Project Faisal Al-Ostad affirms that this project is the biggest among the projects included in the development plan, and it will transform Kuwait into a regional hub for the Middle East, especially since the design of the project …

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Appeal denied as 10-yr jail stays for man in terror case

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 16: The Misdemeanor Court has rejected an appeal filed by a Kuwaiti man against the decision of the First Instance Court that sentenced him to 10 years in prison with hard labor for allegedly funding the activities of terrorist groups through weapon procurement. The Public Prosecution Department …

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Gang caught for forcing men to work as ‘massage women’

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 16: Detectives from Ahmadi Security Command landed a huge blow on a human trafficking gang following the arrest of four men — two Bedoun and two Asians — in Fintas area. With this arrest, the detectives have succeeded in ending the inhumane practices that 26 Asians were …

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Girl leads stalker to boyfriend for thorough beating

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 16: A young woman led her stalker to her boyfriend in Bneid Al-Gar area for a thorough beating, reports Al-Rai daily. According to security sources, the young lady, while she was driving down the Second Ring Road, famously known as Love Street, was frustrated by a youth …

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Five dead in Salmiya blaze – Apartment gutted

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 16, (KUNA): Five people died and four others were injured in a fiery fire that gutted an apartment building in Salmiyah on Monday, the fire department said. Firefighters, in four minutes, arrived at the scene and immediately scrambled into action to douse the blazes that were raging …

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Iraq gains ground in Kirkuk – Kurd toll 10

KIRKUK, Iraq, Oct 16, (AFP): Iraqi forces seized the Kirkuk governor’s office, key military sites and an oil field on Monday as they swept across the disputed province following soaring tensions over an independence referendum. The rapid advance, involving troops, tanks and armoured vehicles, aims to recapture oil and military …

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‘Practice ethical power, stem Israeli’s atrocities’

Tackle Rohingya crisis: Kuwait SAINT PETERSBURG, Oct 16, (KUNA): National Assembly Speaker Marzouq Ali Al-Ghanim has called for the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) to be turned into an “ethical authority” that can practise direct criticism, warning, admonition and freezing against members that do not commit themselves to the IPU’s principles. Addressing …

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