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Wednesday , March 3 2021

Arab Times

Amir, Erdogan hold official talks

ANKARA, March 21, (KUNA): An official reception was held for His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al- Sabah in Ankara Tuesday on the …

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‘Erdogan not welcome in Germany’ – Ankara may review ties with EU after vote

BERLIN, March 21, (Agencies): Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has crossed a line by comparing Berlin’s government to the Nazis and he and other officials …

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Tangiers ‘first’ Moroccan rain

THE industrial city of Tangiers (Tanja city of Morocco) represents the first drop of the rain of development which, without any doubt, will spread throughout …

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Long-term jail, heavy fine for smuggling, carrying weapons

KUWAIT CITY, March 21: The Criminal Court Tuesday sentenced six suspects to seven-year imprisonment and ordered them to pay a fine of KD 200,000 each. …

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Killer dad caught; Asian held with ‘paan’ at Kuwait International Airport

KUWAIT CITY, March 21: The Hawally police have arrested a Kuwaiti man who was wanted by law for allegedly killing his daughter some time ago …

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3 years jail for student in anti-Saudi comments

KUWAIT CITY, March 21: The Juvenile Misdemeanor Court arraigned a student on the allegation of setting fire to Farhan Al-Khalid School at Bayan ablaze intentionally, …

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The Palestinian teacher – Motivation breeds success

I have received several replies to my earlier article which I wrote under the title ‘Farcical …’, particularly the last paragraph. Most of these replies …

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Film Festival bans ‘Tarweeka’ – Concert of Emirati singer cancelled

KUWAIT CITY, March 21: Despite the huge success of the documentary film titled “Tarweeka fi Beirut” (Breakfast in Beirut), which was directed by Kuwaiti director …

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Defaulters to face power cut – Consumer to bear ‘cost’

KUWAIT CITY, March 21: Ministry of Electricity and Water declared the intention to cut the power to consumers defaulting payment, which entails accumulated bills scheduled …

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We’re not thieves: livestock firms

KUWAIT CITY, March 21: The livestock companies that signed a document to suspend import of sheep from some countries have defended their action, saying they …

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