Sunday, September 23, 2018

Kuwait

Kuwait to acquire U.S. Hellfire missiles worth $30 million

The U.S. State Department approved the sale to Kuwait of 300 AGM-114R Hellfire missiles and related equipment at an estimated cost of $30.4 million, the...

Kuwait: death sentence in child murder overturned

Kuwait’s Court of Appeals has overturned the death sentence for father and a mother who tortured their four-year-old daughter to death and kept her...

Kuwaiti celeb threatens to sue after being tricked by gift

Kuwaiti television host Halema Boland has threatened to sue anyone who "sullies her reputation" Three men were arrested in Saudi Arabia after they tricked a...

Kuwaiti MP criticizes campaign promoting hijab, sparks controversy

A Kuwaiti MP has stirred nationwide controversy by criticizing a ministry advertisement aimed at encouraging women to wear the Islamic headscarf.MP Safa Al-Hashem, the only female...

GCC tells Bahrain to make urgent reforms

 Bahrain today grapples with the most serious economic episode in its history.Gulf countries like Saudi, the UAE, and Kuwait said they would bail out...

President orders total ban on OFW deployment to Kuwait

MANILA: President Rodrigo “Rody” Duterte ordered officials to continue the ban on the deployment of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) to Kuwait following the recent...

Kuwait: Bahrain welcomes first flight from new airport terminal

The first flight took off on Wednesday from Kuwait International Airport's new terminal building (T4) as it aims to increase capacity to 25 million...

Tensions Exposed After Saudi Official Calls Kuwaiti Minister a ‘Mercenary’

Tensions between Saudi Arabia and Kuwait made a rare public appearance after a Saudi official insulted a Kuwaiti minister, in a new twist to...

MPs demand panel to study population

Eleven lawmakers called to form a temporary parliamentary panel to study the issue of population imbalance and rampant visa trading. The lawmakers claim that...

Kuwait: 70% Of Private Sector Expat Employees ‘Not Qualified’

According to local daily Kuwait Times, 70% of expat employees in Kuwait’s private sector are not qualified, the country’s Minister of Social Affairs and...
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