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Tag Archives: Illegals

3 women among 11 arrested in Farwaniya apartments raid

KUWAIT CITY, April 10: Farwaniya securitymen, headed by Brigadier Saleh Al-Enzi, raided two apartments in the area – one is used for manufacturing local alcohol and the other for prostitution. The officers arrested six Asians from the first apartment with 375 bottles of local alcohol in their possession while three …

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1,023 violators of law arrested in Mahboula raids

KUWAIT CITY, March 31: Ahmadi securitymen arrested 1,023 violators of law during an extensive security campaign in Mahboula area on Wednesday, March 30. In a press release issued by Ministry of Interior, the Public Relations and Security Media Department affirmed that the arrested individuals have been referred to the concerned …

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Up security sweeps against law violators

Arab Times March 13’s issue carried the following piece of interesting news: “in less than 10 minutes, the Friday Market, which normally attracts crowds of shoppers from ‘dawn to dusk’ wore an abandoned look this weekend.” The reason behind the abandonment of the Friday market was due to a surprise …

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200 people ‘arrested’ in last 48 hours security crackdown

KUWAIT CITY, March 19: The Public Security Department continued its security campaigns in various parts of the country in the last 48 hours, resulting in the arrest of 200 people who committed various violations – some of whom are wanted by law for involvement in civil and criminal cases. During …

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200 workers in private sector sent to Prosecution – 42 people arrested in security crackdown

KUWAIT CITY, March 16: Minister of Education and Higher Education Badr Al-Essa said 200 employees working in the private sector have been referred to the Public Prosecution for holding fake or unrecognized educational certificates, reports Al-Shahed daily. Al-Essa pointed out that most of the employees are non-Kuwaitis and had not …

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Plan to arrest part-time workers for citizens, expats, deport them

KUWAIT CITY, March 14: Director of the Domestic Labor Department Mohammad Al-Ajmi has said the department will organize campaigns during the holy month of Ramadan to arrest domestic workers who work for expatriates and Kuwaitis on part-time basis for a specific number of hours, reports Al- Anba daily. Those arrested …

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1566 for ‘deportation’ as papers of 3911 checked in Al-Shuwaikh – Surprise raid in Sulaibiya Industrial Area

KUWAIT CITY, March 13: Public Security Sector set out on a campaign against criminal and immoral activities in Shuwaikh area by checking the documents of some 3911 individuals in an operation led by Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs Major General Abdul Fattah Al-Ali, with the Assistant Undersecretary for Operations …

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Salesmen, customers missing at ‘Friday Market’

KUWAIT CITY, March 13: In less than 10 minutes, the Friday Market, which normally attracts crowds of shoppers from ‘dawn to dusk’ wore an abandoned look this weekend, reports Al-Rai daily. All that people could see stalls covered with huge cloth pieces with no salesmen in sight. At first sight …

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‘Don’t forgive illegal expats involved in criminal action’ – ‘MoI must step up raids’

IN less than a week, roughly between March 8-11, 2016, the Arab Times presented the following headlines in its Crime news: 1,068 referred for deportation in massive campaign on vice. A Bangladeshi held for stealing copper cables. An Asian expatriate was taken into police custody for removing his clothes in …

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Over 47,000 expats arrested in security sweep over 3 months – 6,000 people deported: Maj-Gen Al-Ali

KUWAIT CITY, March 12: Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs at Ministry of Interior Major General Abdul Fattah Al-Ali revealed that more than 47,000 expatriates were arrested from various areas of Kuwait during the security campaigns carried out by the sector in the past three months, reports Al- Rai daily. …

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