Egyptian accountant molests female Syrian colleague

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KUWAIT CITY, Feb 9: Police are looking for an Egyptian accountant working for a private company for molesting a female Syrian colleague, reports Al-Shahed daily. The daily added, the Syrian has filed a complaint with the Andalus Police Station. In her complaint the victim said the suspect called her into his office under the pretext of discussing company matters and threatened to dismiss her from work if she did not give in to his ‘desire’. The complainant added, she was stunned and the man approached her and caught her from behind. However, she screamed for help and managed to escape from him. The accountant has been summoned for interrogation.

10 cases in week: The Anti- Narcotics Department in the Ministry of Interior has registered 10 cases in a single week concerning narcotics and brain stimulants, against 15 individuals — Kuwaitis, Bedouns, Arabs and Asians. In a press statement, the department revealed the confiscated narcotics included 260 kilograms of hashish, quarter kilogram of each of Crystal Meth and heroin, several saplings of ready to consume marijuana and 2,175 brain stimulant pills. The statement confirmed the concerned authority is currently preparing to deport eight of those arrested, indicating they were charged with dealing with drug traders. The department added it received seven drug addiction cases and the drug addicts were referred to rehabilitation centers.

Data tampered with: Two employees working at the Kuwait International Airport have been arrested and handed over to the concerned authorities for interrogation for tampering with computer data, reports Al-Shahed daily. The daily added, the arrests came after the personnel from the Criminal Investigations Department received a tip-off from unidentified sources that the two men had facilitated the entry and exit of an Iraqi woman although the latter had actually neither entered the country nor left. This, the daily said, was done to help the woman to prevent her residence permit being cancelled for staying out of the country for more than six months

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