Sudanese shepherd killed in landmine explosion

KUWAIT: A man was killed in a landmine explosion in the desert north of the country. Police and paramedics headed to a location in Al- Khabari near Al-Qashaniya where a man reported that a shepherd who worked for him was involved in a landmine explosion. Criminal investigators were called after it was discovered that the 35-year-old Sudanese man died in the blast. Preliminary investigations indicate that the man was grazing sheep when he likely stepped accidently on a landline buried in the desert during the 1990/91 Iraqi invasion. The body was taken to the forensic department, and an investigation was opened to determine the circumstances of the incident.

Man stabs coworker A man filed a case against his coworker who he said attempted to murder him in a house where they are employed as domestic workers. The man told officers at the Shamiya police station that the suspect tried to hit him with a cleaver but he used his hand to protect himself, which left him with a severed finger and several wounds. The 44-year-old Indian man arrived at the police station bleeding and gave his testimony while waiting for an ambulance to take him to Amiri Hospital. The man works as a cook in the same house where the alleged perpetrator works as a driver, according to his statements. Police are looking to summon the suspect for questioning.

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