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Three deported, 22 in custody, 35,000 citations in crackdown

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 28: During traffic campaigns held from December 18 to December 24 in all governorates of the country, officers from the General Traffic Department issued 34,919 traffic citations, seized 22 vehicles, detained 22 individuals in traffic custody, referred three expatriates for deportation for driving vehicles without license and …

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Over 100 people deported for driving cars without licence

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 24: According to statistics issued by the Ministry of Interior, the General Traffic Department has arrested and deported more than 100 people of various nationalities from the country for driving without licence, reports Al-Shahed daily. The daily added, there are plans to increase the penalties for various …

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Five expats deported in traffic crackdown

Five expats deported: As part of efforts being exerted by the General Traffic Department (GTD) in the Interior Ministry to maintain road safety and ensure strict enforcement of traffic regulations, a series of traffic campaigns were carried out in the six governorates from Nov 13-19, 2016. In a press statement, …

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About 1 million expatriates deported in 20 years: report

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 2: Statistics issued by the security authorities shows the government of Kuwait has deported approximately one million expatriates over the past 20 years for committing various types of offences, reports Al-Shahed daily. This number, the sources say, is equal to one-fourth of the number of citizens and …

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‘900 deported maids eligible to return’

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 14: The Interior Ministry has deported 900 female domestic workers this year until date without being fingerprinted, reports Al-Anba daily. According to sources, these workers had resorted to their respective embassies for help following disputes with their employers. The source added, the workers who have not been …

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Deportation for six expatriates caught driving without licence

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 10: Officers from General Traffic Department launched sudden traffic campaigns in all governorates during which they issued 32,879 traffic citations, seized 666 vehicles, arrested seven individuals for committing serious traffic violations and referred six expatriates for deportation for driving without possessing driving licenses, reports Al-Seyassah daily. The …

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6 expatriates for deportation for driving without driving license

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 7: As part of the General Traffic Department’s role in ensuring the safety of road users and that everyone observes traffic laws, the Traffic Sector conducted campaigns throughout the six governorates from Sept 26 to Oct 1, 2016. According to a report from the department, these campaigns …

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Ten ‘drunk’ Sri Lankans & Indians held for fighting face deportation

KUWAIT CITY, Sept 19: The Director- General of the Hawally Security Directorate Brigadier Abideen Al-Abideen has ordered the deportation of 10 men — Sri Lankan and Indians after they were caught for fighting when under the influence of alcohol, reports Al-Anba daily. The daily added, the arrest came after someone …

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Expats deported – 40,000 citations issued

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 17: General Traffic Department launched a number of traffic campaigns in all six governorates of the country last week from Aug 7-13 during which 39,978 traffic citations were issued, 1,949 vehicles were impounded including nine wanted vehicles, two motorbikes were seized, 52 individuals were arrested and six …

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25 expats deported, 86 detained in countrywide traffic campaign

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 7: General Traffic Department (GTD) embarked on several traffic campaigns in all six governorates last week and issued 41,100 violations for various traffic offenses, impounded 1,939 vehicles and 6 motorbikes. They also referred 86 people to detention and deported 25 expatriates for driving without license. The Department …

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