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Thirst kills GCC citizen in a desert

KUWAIT CITY, June 29: Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have referred the corpse of 43-yearold GCC citizen to Forensics after he died allegedly of thirst in a desert in Salmi, reports Al-Anba daily. The victim reportedly died after paying a visit to one of his relatives. A case has been registered at the Taima Police Station. The daily added the corpse of the victim was found by an Asian. A reliable source said the man was suffering from psychological disorders and prior to his death he visited one of his relatives at a livestock pen and refused to go out with him saying he preferred to stay alone. The victim reportedly left the livestock pen and walked for about six kilometers and seems to have died of thirst.

Officer assaulted: A first lieutenant working at Naeem police station lodged a complaint against a Syrian lady who verbally abused and physically assaulted him in the course of duty. He provided medical report to support injuries he sustained in the attack, says Al-Seyassah. A security source said the Syrian lady assaulted the officer inside the police station when he told her the complaint she was filing wasn’t related to Naeem police station. The woman is said to have pulled the officer by the left hand, causing him injuries, and abused him verbally. A case was registered. Meanwhile, Medical Emergency Men referred a 28-year old citizen to Mubarak Hospital to be treated for an overdose of drugs after he was found unconscious on the ground in Rumaithiya area. A security source said the citizen after gaining consciousness told the police that his mother had chased him out of the family home and couldn’t sleep for 10 days, so he decided to take drugs. A case was registered.

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