State briefs: Army Reservists based in Willmar are deployed to Kuwait – Minneapolis Star Tribune

State briefs: Army Reservists based in Willmar are deployed to Kuwait
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Approximately 20 Army Reserve soldiers from the Willmar-based 825th Quartermaster Detachment were deployed to Kuwait on Saturday. Their mission will be to provide water and fuel support to the military units in Kuwait. The deployment is expected to

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Kuwait women saga exposes government – NewsDay


NewsDay

Kuwait women saga exposes government
NewsDay
The revelations by the government that it does not have money to repatriate about 200 Zimbabwean women who are stranded in the Middle East oil-rich state of Kuwait once again confirms that Zimbabwe is better off without a government than the Zanu PF …

بالفيديو: حكم بالسجن 100 عام على امرأة انتزعت جنينا من رحم أمه

قضت محكمة أمريكية بالسجن 100 عام على امرأة في ولاية كولورادو بعد إدانتها بمحاولة قتل امرأة وإنهاء حملها بصورة غير قانونية.

Kuwait to establish national DNA record – BioEdge


BioEdge

Kuwait to establish national DNA record
BioEdge
In a world first, the State of Kuwait will require all citizens and visitors to provide DNA samples to government authorities. The new security measure, which was approved by the nation’s government in July 2015, mandates that all visitors must provide

In Kuwait, Yemen gov't demands end to Houthi 'breaches' – Anadolu Agency


Anadolu Agency

In Kuwait, Yemen gov’t demands end to Houthi ‘breaches’
Anadolu Agency
A delegation representing the Yemeni government at ongoing peace talks in Kuwait demanded on Saturday that the Shia Houthi militant group and its allies refrain from “breaching” a fragile 20-day-old ceasefire, according to Yemen’s official SABA news …
Houthi illusions will never restore Saleh to the PresidencyArab Times Kuwait English Daily

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Austria, Germany press EU to prolong border controls

A barbed wire fence is erected at a border crossing between Austria and Slovenia at Spielfeld, Austria in December 2015Austria and Germany said on Saturday they were in talks with the European Union’s executive body to extend temporary border controls brought in last year to help stem the migrant flow. “I can confirm that we are having discussions with the EU Commission and our European partners about this,” Austrian interior ministry spokesman Karl-Heinz Grundboeck told AFP. Member states must “be able to continue carrying out controls on their borders,” German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said in a written statement to AFP.

Around 20 Syrians readmitted to Turkey under EU migrant deal: Turkish PM

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Saturday around 20 Syrians had been readmitted to Turkey under an EU migrant deal designed to help stem migration to Europe across the Aegean Sea. According to the text of an address to the nation supplied in advance to the media, Davutoglu said that in return 110 Syrians had been sent to Europe for resettlement. Turkey and the EU last month sealed a controversial deal intended to halt illegal migration to Europe in return for financial and political rewards for Ankara.

شاهد.. أوباما وميشيل يتحديان هاري.. والأمير يستعين بالملكة إليزابيث

نشرت ميشيل أوباما مقطعاً تتحدى فيه الأمير هاري في ألعاب “انفيكتاس”، وكرد على الفيديو نشر الأمير هاري فيديو له مع الملكة إليزابيث على تويتر.

قريباً على CNN: أول حوار مع أوباما في غرفة إدارة الأزمات.. وتفاصيل عن عملية بن لادن في الذكرى الخامسة

شاهد الحلقة الخاصة “قضينا عليه .. الرئيس أوباما وبن لادن ومستقبل الحرب على الإرهاب” ببرنامج “أندرسون كوبر 360 درجة” في الساعة الثامنة مساء يوم الاثنين بالتوقيت الشرقي في الولايات المتحدة (منتصف ليل الاثنين- الثلاثاء بتوقيت غرينيتش).

Kuwait steps up deportations of expat workers – gulfnews.com

Kuwait steps up deportations of expat workers
gulfnews.com
Kuwait: Kuwait has stepped up deportations of expatriate workers this year, a newspaper in the Gulf emirate reported on Friday, with most expelled for overstaying their residency permits but others sent home for traffic offences. In the first four

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