Friday, October 22, 2021


Kuwait murder prompts renewed cries for greater safety for women

The crime has amplified growing calls for greater protection for women from violence and harassment in Kuwait.

Foreigners struggle to get vaccinated in Kuwait, as reluctant citizens hesitate

Many Kuwaiti citizens do not want the jab because of vaccine conspiracy theories shared widely on social media.

Saudi Arabia, Gulf neighbours launch new restrictions as virus surges after New Year fun

Despite having some of the highest per capita vaccination rates in the world, health professionals are warning that the surge may be an early indicator of a second wave.

Saudi ends Qatar blockade after ‘pressure from Trump White House’

The move to reopen borders comes ahead of a summit of the Gulf Co-operation Council being held in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday.

‘The wise man of the region’ Kuwait emir dies at 91

UN praises him as a messenger of peace and a bridge builder.

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