Who's Behind Former Bahrain TV Presenter Mohammed Al-Bishri's Insult to Kuwait?
To figure out who’s behind the insult of former Bahrain Television presenter Mohammed Al-Bishri (Al-Shorouqi) to the sisterly State of Kuwait, one only has to know who’s behind the insult of Salman Al-Dosari to Kuwait.
Riyadh to Host Gulf Summit, Reconcile with Qatar Next Week
Kuwaiti Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al Sabah revealed yesterday the date Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the UAE with reconcile with Qatar, the Anadolu Agency reported.
Kuwait Informed Bahrain that It will Take Legal Action against Media Figure Mohammed Al-Shorouqi
Kuwait's deputy foreign minister Khaled Al-Jarallah said that Bahrain has informed his country that it will take action against a Bahraini journalist who offended his country.
Kuwaitis Stage Protests and Bahrainis Pay Price: What’s behind Sudden Security Campaign and Arrests of Dozens?
As thousands of Kuwaitis demonstrated at the Erada Square in the Kuwaiti Capital on Wednesday (November 6, 2019) demanding the overthrow of the government and parliament heads in a peaceful manner without any contact with security forces, the scene in Bahrain was quite the opposite.
Appeals Court Upholds 3-Year Jail Term against 2 Defendants in Political Case
The First High Criminal Appeals Court upheld a 3-year jail verdict against 2 out of 5 suspects over trafficking the first appellant, who is wanted since 4 years in a political case, through land outside the country using his brother's identity card.
Kuwait PM, Cabinet Quit after Disputes with Parliament
The Kuwaiti prime minister submitted his resignation Thursday along with his cabinet, officials said, amid allegations of infighting between ministers and criticism of their performance.
Kuwait is Making Moves, Will Bahrain Follow Suit?
Many events have taken place in Kuwait amid fresh calls to hold protests at Al-Erada Square. The judicial proceedings against opposition leaders, and the use of citizenship revocation, crush the Homeland Dignity movement, which began in 2012, coinciding with the Arab Spring uprisings. But once again calls for protests and sit-ins have appeared in Kuwait.
Kuwait Finance Minister’s Resignation Approved
The Kuwaiti authorities approved on Thursday the resignation of Finance Minister Nayef Al-Hajraf, the official Kuwait News Agency KUNA reported.
Hundreds Protest Corruption in Kuwait
Hundreds protested in front of Kuwait's parliament on Wednesday evening against the state's perceived unwillingness to fight corruption, in a country where such events have periodically triggered political crises.
Kuwait Conveyed Messages from Iran to Saudi Arabia, Bahrain
Kuwait’s deputy foreign minister Khaled al-Jarallah said on Tuesday that Kuwait conveyed messages from Iran to Saudi Arabia and Bahrain regarding the situation in the Gulf region, and “until now no answers have emerged”.
Kuwaiti Emir Says Gulf Dispute No Longer Unacceptable
Kuwait's 90-year-old ruler opened the country's parliament on Tuesday with a call to fellow Gulf Arab states to end a row that has shattered regional unity, in his first public address since being hospitalised last month in the United States.
Kuwait's Emir to Return Home from U.S. after Medical Care
Kuwait's 90-year-old ruler will return home on Wednesday from the United States where he had been admitted to hospital, causing him to postpone a meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump, state news agency KUNA said on Tuesday.
Kuwait Shares Saudi Arabia's Optimism to End Disagreement: Kuwait's Deputy Foreign Minister
Kuwait's deputy foreign minister said on Monday that Kuwait shares Saudi Arabia's optimism to end a disagreement over the Saudi-Kuwaiti neutral zone "very soon," state news agency (KUNA) cited him as saying.
Kuwait Oil Sector Heightens Security after Saudi Aramco Attacks
Kuwait's oil sector is on high alert and has raised its security to the highest level as a precautionary measure in the wake of the weekend attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities, a Kuwaiti oil official said on Wednesday.
Kuwait's Ruler Holds First Public Meetings after Health Issues: KUNA
Kuwait's 90-year-old emir on Monday held his first public meetings since falling ill last week, sitting down with the crown prince, head of parliament and members of his cabinet, state news agency KUNA reported.
Kuwait's Emir has Recovered after Health Setback: State News Agency
Kuwait's elderly ruler, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber al-Sabah has recovered from a health setback and is "in a good condition now", the state news agency KUNA reported on Sunday.
Kuwait, Iraq Sign up UK Energy Adviser for Joint Oilfield Study
Kuwait and Iraq signed an agreement on Friday with British energy advisory firm ERC Equipoise to prepare a study for the development of joint border oilfields, Kuwait's state news agency KUNA said.
Kuwaiti, Saudi Officials Discuss Resuming Neutral Zone Oil Production: KUNA
OPEC members Saudi Arabia and Kuwait have discussed resuming oil production in jointly operated fields in the Saudi-Kuwaiti Neutral Zone, Kuwaiti state news agency KUNA said on Wednesday.
After "Al-Arabiya" Presenter's Insult, Deputy Bahrain Shura Council Speaker Incites against "Kuwaiti Muslim Brotherhood"
Not long after the insult of the Saudi "Al-Arabiya" Channel, Sara Dandrawi, to Kuwait, deputy speaker of the Bahraini Shura council Jamal Fakhro followed suit, once again inserting Kuwait's name in the gulf media campaigns.
Mohieddin Khan’s Dangerous Confessions, Bahraini Security in Trap
The Secretary-General of the National Adala (Justice) movement, extremist Salafist Mohieddin Khan didn’t deny the content of “Al-Jazeera” tape and didn’t even show interest to justify anything, whether in terms of what mentioned in “What is Hidden is Worse” or in terms of what his companions in the terrorist cells said inside the chambers of the National Security Agency. He only acquitted himself of being the one who sold the tape. He says in a video he recorded in response on what he described as “Fabrications of Bahrain Television report”: “It is very big and not good to accuse me of this case.”