Thursday, November 15, 2018

Kuwait

Duterte bans Philippine nationals from working in Kuwait

MANILA: President Rodrigo Duterte has banned Philippine citizens from traveling to Kuwait to work following reports of widespread abuse and exploitation, his spokesman said...

Are you diabetic? Then no residency permit to Kuwait

Kuwait is no longer offering a residency permit to expatriates who suffer from cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure and several other non-infectious diseases.The new...

Kuwait: 5,000 job applications to be rejected for no high school...

Member of the Replacement and Employment Crisis Committee of the National Assembly, MP Saleh Ashour said job applications of 5,000 Kuwaitis registered with the...

Kuwait: The Effects of Expats’ Departure On Real Estate Market

A number of real estate experts affirmed that the recent departure of a large number of expatriates from the country did not negatively impact...

Kuwait plans three airports at cost of $4.77bln

The government of Kuwait plans to work on three airports in Kuwait between 2017 to 2020, reports Al-Anba daily. The first is the Kuwait...

Over 2,200 Filipinos want to leave Kuwait

MANILA: More than 2,200 Filipinos are ready to take up President Rodrigo Duterte’s offer to repatriate workers from Kuwait due to reports of abuse,...

Kuwait: More than 4,000 books banned in five years

Minister of Information and Minister of State for Youth Affairs Mohammad Al-Jabri confirmed that the information ministry has banned 4,390 books over the past...

Kuwait: Around 290 people poisoned from restaurant food

More than 287 suffered food poisoning this weekend in Kuwait, after eating from a falafel restaurant in Hawally area according to Kuwait News Agency...

Kuwait activists combat rise in banning of books

 More than 4,000 books have been blacklisted by Kuwait's information ministry over the past five years, according to local media reports, including Marquez's "One...

Pigeon carrying drugs caught by Kuwait customs

A pigeon has reportedly been caught by customs officials carrying illegal drugs in miniature backpack in Kuwait.A fabric pocket attached to the back of the...
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