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Kuwait

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Kuwait assembly allows ‘stateless people’ to join army

Kuwait's National Assembly (parliament) on Tuesday passed a bill to draft ‘stateless people’ into the country’s army. The bill was approved by 44-5 votes with...

Kuwait: Philippines apologizes over ‘maid rescues’

The Philippines on Tuesday formally apologized to Kuwait for actions the latter viewed as violation of its sovereignty after the southeast Asian nation’s embassy...

Kuwait aviation employees on partial sit-in

 The Syndicate of Civil Aviation Employees said in a statement that a deadline for authorities to meet its demands had ended and that starting...

Rise In Economic Growth Forecast For All GCC Countries

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised the economic forecasts of all the GCC countries for 2018 and 2019 in its latest World Economic...

Kuwait Lawmakers Become ‘Law Breakers’!

Kuwait’s Supreme Court has unseated two lawmakers in a historic ruling that overturns a decision by the parliament to keep the membership of MPs...

Kuwait: 70% Of Expat Jobs To Be Localized In Private Sector

Kuwait is finalizing a plan to increase the proportion of jobs for citizens by about 70% in the private sector by 2020 and increase...

Kuwait MP demands 10-year cap on employing expats.

A Kuwaiti lawmaker who has been leading a drive to reduce the number of foreigners in her country has called for imposing a 10-year cap...

German court rules Kuwait’s national airline can refuse service to Israelis

A German court has ruled that the Kuwaiti national airline can legally refuse to seat and fly Israeli passengers. The case dates back to 2016, when Kuwait Airways canceled...

Philippine officials meet nationals in Kuwait amid labour row

A delegation of Philippine labour officials was in Kuwait City Sunday to assess the impact of a new ban on Filipinos working in the...

Kuwait: 5,879 expats deported due to infectious diseases

Health Minister Dr. Basel Al-Sabah said 5,879 expatriates have been deported from the country from 2016 until May 2018 due to infectious diseases, reports...
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