KWD 50 / Very Nice Furniture for Sale at Reduced Prices (50187604)

Expats leaving Kuwait and need to sell Items ASAP! Most Items are only 2-3 months old. In great condition.<br/><br/> <br/><br/>Very Nice Dining Room Table with 6 chairs (Dark Brown) 125 KD<br/><br/>Large Entertainment Center (Black) 50 KD<br/><br/>Large Waredrobe (Dark Brown) 50KD<br/><br/>Kids Giant red remote control car. Seats a toddler or small child. 20KD<br/><br/>Treadmill 120 KD<br/><br/>Bookcase 8 KD<br/><br/>Black desk 10 KD<br/><br/>Leather Desk Chair 7 KD<br/><br/>* Take all items for an additional discount* (380 KD for all)<br/>

Year into Sisi's power, Egyptians lament persistent hardships

Egypt's President Sisi addresses a joint news conference in BerlinBy Yara Bayoumy CAIRO (Reuters) – After a year in power, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s aura of invincibility may be fading as he comes under closer scrutiny from a public growing impatient with the same social inequalities that triggered a mass uprising in 2011. To be sure, Sisi is still firmly in control, with security forces cracking down on dissent, and Western and Gulf Arab powers on his side, pumping billions of dollars into the economy each year to support a strategic ally. Egypt’s leaders, he said, were out of touch.