KUWAIT CITY, Aug 14: Thirty-six prisoners, including six women, who were sentenced to death will be executed at Nayef Palace soon, reports Al-Shahed daily. The most notorious of the inmates on death row is a Kuwaiti woman who was found guilty of setting fire to a tent during a wedding in Jahra in 2009, which left 50 women dead and several others injured. These people have been convicted of various charges like premeditated murder, drug trafficking, kidnapping and rape. It has been reported that their relatives tried to settle with the families of the victims but their efforts were in vain.
Swindlers sought: Seven persons lodged complaints at police stations in Ahmadi accusing unidentified persons of swindling them, reports Al-Shahed daily. The complainants said they received phone calls from unidentified persons congratulating them for winning cash prize of KD 20,000 each and the suspects asked for their credit card and PIN numbers. However, they were shocked later as they found out that the suspects withdrew money from their bank accounts.
Bull meets end: An angry bull hit an Asian butcher in a slaughterhouse and then ran away on a street in Salmiya, reports Al-Rai daily. Other butchers chased the bull and put an end to its fury by slaughtering it under a tree.