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KUWAIT CITY, Aug 3, (KUNA): Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Sheikh Mohammad Al-Khalid Al-Sabah Wednesday August 2, expressed his pride and delight over the honorable mission carried out by the Kuwaiti Land Forces.

He revealed this during his visit to the different departments of the Kuwaiti Land Forces including Arifjan Camp belonging to the American Army located in South Kuwait, the land forces stationed at the borders of North Kuwait, and the Sabah Duty (Wajeb Sabah) Command Center.

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‘CED holds database of 8 mln criminals, citizens, expats’

KUWAIT CITY, June 1: The Criminal Evidences Department has a significant database of about eight million criminals, citizens and residents.

The sources stressed the department plays a vital role in protecting the country’s security from suspicious elements including those who had been earlier deported from the country to prevent them from entering on new passports and under fake names.

The source said the Department has one of the most modern equipment in the world in fingerprint retrieval system. The daily…

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KUWAIT CITY, June 3: Police have rearrested the Kuwaiti convict and sent him to the Central Prison for murdering his wife with a hammer and metal pipe in front of their daughter in their home in Taima, Jahra in March 2017, reports Al-Rai daily.

The Kuwaiti appeared in front of the sentences renewal judge and his name was mistakenly put on the list of people released on bail. After the mistake was discovered police armed with a search and arrest…

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Wheels of impounded ‘Lexus’ stolen

KUWAIT CITY, May 9: An employee of Kuwait Municipality allegedly had stolen the tyres of an impounded “Lexus” vehicle at the seized-vehicle yard in Mina Al-Abdullah area, but returned them after he was discovered by a security guard of the site, reports Al-Seyassah daily.

According to sources, there has been a cover-up of the incident out of fear of legal repercussions, with the intercessions of one of the municipality’s officials. The sources wondered about the number of such incidents that…

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Woman’s bag snatched

KUWAIT CITY, June 3: Police are looking for an unidentified woman for stealing the handbag of a Kuwaiti woman soon after she left a beauty parlor in Khaitan, reports Al-Anba daily.

According to the complainant this happened when the suspect pretended to be a beggar and asked for help. The Kuwaiti woman told police she reached for her handbag to give alms to the woman and in a swift movement the woman pushed her to the ground and escaped with…

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Spoilt fish destroyed

KUWAIT CITY, June 3: Through its concerned departments, the Kuwait Municipality branch in Hawally conducted an inspection campaign in several foodstuff shops to ensure strict compliance with the rules and regulations.

The campaign resulted in the issuance of 57 citations for various violations as well as destruction of 471 kilograms of spoilt meat, fish, fruits and dairy products.

The Municipality also conducted a similar campaign in Ahmadi Governorate – particularly Mahboula, Abu Halifa and Mangaf, leading to the issuance of…

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Number of approvals for extension of overseas treatment period reaches 2,055, says minister

KUWAIT CITY, June 3: Minister of Health Dr Jamal Al-Harbi says the number of approvals issued by the Higher Committee for extension of treatment periods of overseas treatment patients reached 2,055 during the period from December 15 to April 10, reports Al-Qabas daily.

In response to a question posed by MP Rakan Al-Nisf, Dr Al-Harbi revealed that approvals for extension of treatments are for patients receiving treatment in Britain, the United States of America, France, Spain, Saudi Arabia, United Arab…

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MPs call to closely monitor shops, markets, co-ops during Ramadan
MP Faisal Al-Kandari

KUWAIT CITY, May 22: Several lawmakers have called on the concerned authorities to closely monitor markets, shops and cooperative societies in the holy month of Ramadan in order to prevent commercial fraud and price manipulation. MP Faisal Al-Kandari stressed the need to intensify efforts in monitoring markets, cooperative societies and shops during Ramadan; urging the concerned authorities to check consumer goods regularly. He asked the Consumer Protection Department in the Ministry of Commerce to form task forces for…

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Residents in Kuwait spent KD 450 mln in last five days
Kuwaitis buy sweet traditional delicacies popular during Ramadan at a shop on the second day of the Holy Fasting Month in Kuwait City on May 28. (AFP)

KUWAIT CITY, May 28: Citizens and residents of Kuwait spent about KD 450 million for shopping in the last five days, reports Al-Anba daily. The decision for early payment of the salaries of public employees could be the reason behind this increased rate of spending among both Kuwaitis and residents for buying the commodities…

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Families to be deported if mother or father is caught begging – Security tightened to get rid of ‘begging for alms’ phenomenon
Maj Gen Al-Jarrah

KUWAIT CITY, May 28: Security around the country has been tightened to get rid of the ‘begging for alms’ phenomenon since more and more people take to begging especially during the holy month of Ramadan.

The Assistant Undersecretary for Citizenship and Passport Affairs Major- General Lieutenant Sheikh Mazen Al-Jarrah has given clear instructions to deport entire families along with children if either the mother or father is caught begging.

If expatriates under company residence are caught begging, the…

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Water, electricity charges hike aimed at curbing consumption – ‘Not to collect more money’

KUWAIT CITY, May 21: Ministry of Electricity and Water Undersecretary Muhammad Bo Shehri explained the new water and electricity charges for commercial and investment sectors which take effect Monday are aimed at rationalizing consumption of water and electricity, not to collect more money.

Bo Shehri assured the price hike does not match the actual cost of producing electricity and water. He affirmed that rationalization is better for the ministry than any price increase.

He explained a trader who used to…

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