Sunday , September 23 2018

Arab Times

Two boats carry Kuwait’s flag in London’s Great River Race

The Great River Race is an annual competition that is held on London’s River Thames. This is a river marathon for any type of traditional styled coxed boat that is propelled by oars or paddles. The 34-kilometer course passes under 11 of London’s bridges, attracting over 330 crews with 2000 …

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TGIF stop Pongky Strikers win streak

X-Pin D’Bowls trounce NUSANTARA KUWAIT CITY, Sept 3: Midway of the elimination round of the Philippine Bowling Association in Kuwait-2018 Invitational Cup held at Cozmo Entertainment and Bowling Center in Kheifan, there was no intrusion in the ‘magic 6’ only changes in ranking and COZMO team kept holding the prime …

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Nadal, Del Potro into US Open last-eight

Isner on track NEW YORK, Sept 3, (AFP): Defending champion Rafael Nadal on Sunday reached the US Open quarter-finals for the eighth time where he will face Dominic Thiem, one of only three men to defeat him in 2018. World number one Nadal saw off a battling Nikoloz Basilashvili, the …

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‘Charlie Says’ a Manson story from view of women he sent to kill

Harron’s film grapples with an age-old question Charles Manson did not wield the knives in the 1969 murder spree that ended the Californian hippy dream, so what drove the people who did so on his orders? That is the question posed in “Charlie Says” which premiered in Venice on Sunday. …

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‘Forgive’ incredibly true dramedy

McCarthy’s best performance to date For a comedian like Adam Sandler or Jim Carrey, it takes “serious” roles to get respect, but not so Melissa McCarthy, who earned an Oscar nomination for her breakout performance in “Bridesmaids” and has been a critical darling ever since. Still, that shouldn’t stop her …

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Justice delayed, justice denied

‘Complaints abound’ There is nothing more important and more precious than freedom, but freedom should not come at the expense of justice, which supports and protects it, defines its frameworks. A state which has no justice is no better than a jungle, regardless of the standard of living, comfort and …

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Amal Abbas returns after undergoing treatment in India

Morale very high after warm welcome KUWAIT CITY, Sept 2: Kuwaiti actress Amal Abbas returned to the country after undergoing treatment in India, reports Al Rai daily. “Many thanks to the people of Kuwait, I feel good, thank you for your prayers.” With these words, the actress expressed her joy …

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Toxic Persian wind poisons Iraq seditiously

IT IS unusual for a geographic and historic curse to coincide in one place in this world. This makes Iraq a rare place as it cannot dissociate from such curse, except by transforming the geographical curse into a blessing which can be done by cutting off the sedition wind that …

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‘Reveal their real faces’

Where does the truth lie? On Aug 2, 1990, Saddam Hussein’s forces occupied Kuwait only to be expelled after seven dark months. During this period, a majority of the countries of the world stood with Kuwait, while dictators and certain Arab regimes supported Saddam – regimes such as Yemen, Jordan, …

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MBE FOR A CLASS ACT

‘Alison believes that Kuwait has considerable talent. “So many people in Kuwait offer help; it is a joy to stage productions here.” This year, Alison has several new productions lined up including the first Arab-Anglo Shakespeare production set in an archaeological dig in 1913, which weaves historical fact, Mesopotamian myth, …

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