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The government is currently engaged in international commercial and legal disputes
Sunday’s verdict could restrict the emir’s authority in issuing legislation and lead to parliament being dissolved for the second time in a year.
Oman and Kuwait are members of the energy-rich GCC along with Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates.
Journalists withdraw from meeting during Abdel Maqsoud’s speech as social media activists vow to expose minister as a ‘harasser’
The funeral of Margaret Thatcher took place with Queen Elizabeth II leading mourners from around the world in bidding farewell to one of Britain’s most influential and divisive prime ministers.
Rasheedi was charged with instigating to overthrow the regime, spreading false news about the emirate abroad and writing tweets deemed offensive to the ruler of the OPEC member state
Kuwaiti Arab Development Fund a prominent attendee
The acceptance of Egypt’s pending IMF loan will have a positive effect on the economy and there will be an increase in tourism and FDI throughout the year, says EFG
Enezi is the first to be sentenced among dozens of tweeters, activists and former opposition lawmakers who face similar charges
Prominent figure in Muslim Brotherhood and Freedom and Justice Party, urged Egyptian expats to be good ambassadors to free and democratic Egypt
Referendum extended for expats amid claims of voting irregularities
The opposition said it would deploy people to monitor the number of voters casting their ballot
The opposition has also stepped up a campaign to urge voters to shun the ballot
Potential setback for Egyptian political parties in Gulf countries
Charged with illegal assembly and likely to be deported
Three major protests in the past three weeks have turned violent but a massive rally on Sunday passed peacefully
Young royal Sheikh Meshaal Al-Malek Al-Sabah was detained for a few days in July for expressing political views deemed offensive
Opposition leaders insist they have no desire to undermine the Al-Sabah ruling family and on Friday pledged their loyalty to the emir while renewing their demand for the new electoral law to be repealed.
An Egyptian in Kuwait was allegedly beaten and insulted by police
The three defendants were brought to the court in Kuwait City in handcuffs, blindfolded with their heads shaven and dressed in dark-red prison uniforms.
Riot police earlier prevented protesters from gathering at three sites set by organisers, using tear gas and batons to disperse them and arresting several people including former Islamist MP Waleed al-Tabtabai.
The opposition has called for a massive demonstration on Sunday to protest the decision to change the electoral constituency law, charging it is a bid by the government to influence the results and elect a rubber-stamp assembly.
More than two million voters have registered for parliamentary elections, the commission said on Monday.
Kuwaiti riot police late Monday used batons to beat up opposition protesters.
The Kuwaiti government, represented by the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED), has a signed a deal to loan 17 million Kuwaiti Dinars ( $60 million) to aid the expansion and development of the Egyptian natural gas distribution grid. In the presence of Prime Minister Hesham Qandil, the Minister of Planning and International Cooperation …
The book narrating the life of the prophet Muhammed enters Guinness Records as the largest book in the world
The dilemma surrounding Issam Al-Houti comes to an end
Despite statements by his wife, Lebanese media denies Al-Hooty’s abduction
Opposition calling for mass protests, demanding changing electoral law
Policy change come amid rights groups pressure