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Kuwait's Cabinet says parliamentary elections in the Gulf nation will be held on February 2. Prime Minister Sheik Jaber al-Hamad Al Sabah, approved the election date during their weekly meeting Sunday. The decision comes less than two weeks after
Saudi authorities are apparently considering a request by a 24-year-old Kuwaiti Haj pilgrim who killed a 25-year-old Saudi man in Makkaha on Wednesday to complete his Haj rituals accompanied by armed guards before resuming questioning after the
Kuwaiti Oil Minister Mohammad Al-Busairi said Sunday that the China-Kuwait joint oil refinery would help promote cooperation between the two countries in the oil sector. The $9-billion project is one of the pillars of the Kuwait Petroleum Corporation
Mohammad Al-Busairi, Oil Minister and State Minister for the National Assembly Affairs, asserted over the weekend that His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser Al-Mohammad Al-Sabah, "will get the parliament's confidence at the session for voting
The new government came under unprecedented fire even before the announcement, mostly from pro-government MPs who are unhappy about retaining Health Minister Helal Al-Sayer, as opposition threats to grill the premier and other senior ministers are
The opposition Popular Action Bloc yesterday succeeded in convincing its member MP Khaled Al-Tahous to postpone filing a request to grill the prime minister over pollution at Umm Al-Haiman, but issued a 10-day ultimatum to file the grilling request.
Government spokesman Mohammad Al-Busairi revealed yesterday that security agencies are holding an unspecified number of suspects but declined to disclose further details after local media reported that an Iran-linked spying cell had been busted. "
Defence Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah yesterday assured the National Assembly's interior and defense committee that Kuwait will not sign a deal to purchase a number of French-made Rafale warplanes before completing all constitutional and
Outspoken opposition MP Musallam Al-Barrak yesterday launched a scathing attack on the chairman of Kuwait Airways Corporation (KAC) Hamad Al-Falah and called on the communications minister to sack him. The latest round of criticism by Barrak came as
Opposition MP Musallam Al-Barrak yesterday stepped up pressure on the chairman of Kuwait Airways Corp Hamad Al-Falah by calling on the communications minister to sack him over his controversial reports. Barrak said in statements that after