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US highly eyes Kuwait’s role for promoting peace: Blinken

WASHINGTON: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that the United States of America places “tremendous value” on the role that Kuwait plays as an “advancer of peace.” In an exclusive interview to Kuwait News Agency...

Italian chef hails Kuwait as country of opportunities

By Nawara Fattahova KUWAIT: According to Italian chef Marco Fiorot, Kuwait is a country of opportunities, and he plans to stay here for the rest of his life. Fiorot is a great example of the success...

Kuwait army blood donation drive concludes

KUWAIT: Kuwait Army concluded yesterday a blood donation campaign organized in cooperation with the Kuwait Blood Bank. The campaign, entitled ‘My Blood for Kuwait’, was arranged by the army’s guidance and public relations...

Fire engineers undergo training program

KUWAIT: The prevention sector of Kuwait Fire Force presented a field training program to 23 engineers from the experts’ department to inspect fire equipment and test them with the knowledge of engineering services....

British Council Kuwait hosts lecture promoting efforts to abolish article 153

By Ben Garcia KUWAIT: The British Council Kuwait hosted a lecture on Wednesday titled ‘Raising our Voices’, calling on the Kuwaiti government to abolish article 153 of the Kuwait penal code that allegedly justifies honor...

Kuwait FM appreciates US commitment to security

WASHINGTON: Kuwaiti Foreign Minister and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Sheikh Ahmad Nasser Al-Mohammad Al-Sabah said on Wednesday partnership with the United States has strengthened since the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. “My visit (to the...

Rare Mideast snow brings joy, misery

JERUSALEM: Snow carpeted Jerusalem and the eastern Mediterranean yesterday as a rare storm turned the holy city into a winter wonderland but brought misery to the region’s Syrian refugees. The cold snap, which has already caused...

Return to ‘Plan A’: England lifts Omicron curbs

LONDON: Commuters trooped back to the office in England yesterday, with public transport visibly busier, after the government scrapped restrictions imposed to combat the Omicron coronavirus variant. The return to “Plan A” measures – ditching legal...

Greece, Turkey reel from political fallout of snowstorm

ISTANBUL: Turkey’s main airport stirred back to life on Wednesday and Greece’s under-fire prime minister issued a formal apology as the east Mediterranean neighbors faced the political fallout of a paralyzing blizzard. Public anger has been...

Houthi drones pose challenge for UAE

DUBAI: Domestically assembled drones that can fly hundreds of kilometers are proving a security headache for the United Arab Emirates after consecutive attacks by Yemen’s rebel warriors. The low-tech weapons, which use over-the-counter parts, were deployed...

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