Breaking News Kuwait Updates iiQ8 info

Kuwait City, 29th April 2022:

Breaking News Kuwait Updates iiQ8 info

#Kuwait Policeman under the influence of drugs opens fire on patrols, the #Ministry of Interior has taken #legal measures against him.

#Kuwait allows #Kuwaitis & GCC Citizens to travel to & from #GCC using the smart national identity card “Civil ID” starting from today 29 #April

Traffic rush to double for Eid shopping

The markets witness a restless movement that reaches its climax in the evening, as the streets and roads leading to the malls are crowded in preparation for Eid Al-Fitr 2022.

Kuwait fire force inspects mosque protection operation & Mubarakiya during #Ramadan

Worshippers in #Kuwait survive partial mosque damage
Parts of the ceiling decoration fell off during Taraweeh prayers
A ceiling of a mosque had partially collapsed in Kuwait, causing no casualties among worshippers, local media reported.
The collapse occurred at the mosque in Kuwait City while the faithful were performing the Taraweeh prayers associated with the current Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Some parts of the ceiling decoration fell off during the prayers, but caused no injuries among worshippers, Al Jarida newspaper reported.
The collapse prompted the imam to halt the prayers.
An online video showed workers later repairing the damage as parts of the ground inside the mosque were covered with traces of the fallen decoration.

#Kuwait seizes over 14,000 alcohol bottles
Market value of the haul is estimated at KD1m
Kuwait’s customs officials said they had foiled an attempt to smuggle 14,720 alcohol bottles into the country ahead of the Eid Al Fitr celebrations.
The haul was seized in a container of household items coming from an unspecified Gulf country at the Kuwaiti Al Shuwaikh port, the Kuwaiti Customs said on its Twitter.
The market value of the seized contraband is estimated at KD1 million, said Al Anba newspaper that described the foiling of the attempt as a blow to mafia and dealers in alcohol ahead of the Eid holiday.
The haul was seized after customs officers had suspected the container and employed sophisticated search equipment that emitted signals, prompting officers to thoroughly examine the contents of the shipment, the paper added.
Kuwaiti authorities have in recent months announced several arrests and hauls in a crackdown on illegal alcohol plants in the country.

New direct flights to Kuwait will be launched next month from Manchester Airport. Nearly 50,000 passengers from across the north who currently fly indirectly to the Middle Eastern destination are expected to use the new route in its first year.

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April 29, 2022 8:32 AM

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