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The Public Prosecution has ordered the arrest of an unidentified caretaker of a building in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, reports Al-Rai daily.
Following the referral of an Arab mandoub and the owner of a company to the Public Prosecution for selling hundreds of commercial visas to expatriates, the Public Prosecution studied the company’s file and discovered that it had hired expatriate laborers for begging, reports Al-Anba daily.
The Criminal Court sentenced an Egyptian expatriate to 20 years in prison and imposed a fine of AED 102 million (about KD 8.2 million). AED 51 million was retrieved from a deceased Kuwaiti defendant as the total amount embezzled from 2007 to 2012 in the Military Attaché Office of Kuwaiti Embassy in Abu Dhabi out of the money allocated by Ministry of Defense for medical treatment.
The website of the Kuwait Fire Service Directorate has been hacked, said according to the local newspaper, Alanba.
Police have arrested an unidentified Bangladeshi for kidnapping a 20-year-old female compatriot and raping her, reports Al-Rai daily.
The Court of Cassation chaired by Judge Ahmad Al-Ajeel ruled in favor of the Court of Appeals to execute a Kuwaiti man accused of beating and torturing a child to death in a vehicle, and to imprison the mother of the child for 10 years with hard labor.
The border security of the coastguard was able to foil a second attempt to smuggle in drugs into Kuwait for the second straight day, when two persons were arrested yesterday after submerging 29 pieces of drugs and four bags containing suspicious substances into the gulf waters.
The statistics issued by the Ministry of Justice show 1,254 felony cases – bullying and defamation – during the past 5 years from Jan 1, 2015 until Nov 30, 2019 were looked into by the courts, reports Al-Qabas daily. The statistics, a copy of which has been obtained by the daily, indicate in 2015 there were 343 cases, while in 2016, there were 307 cases in 2017 and 214 in 2018 and 173 cases in 2019.
The Court of Appeals, presided over by Judge Nasr Salem Al Hayd, overturned the Criminal Court’s decision to refrain from issuing verdict against a Bangladeshi and then sentenced the latter to five years in prison with hard labor for molesting a minor.
The Ministry of Interior said strict action will be taken against violators of traffic laws, including those who park their vehicles in no parking areas, stopping in forbidden areas and those who endanger the lives of others, reports Al-Anba daily.