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120,000 expats to hunt

April 29, 20190 Comments

About 120,000 expatriates are believed to be staying in the country illegally and according to the Ministry of Interior, efforts are underway to reduce their numbers, reports Al-Anba daily.

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Over 400 arrested in Kuwait

October 2, 20160 Comments

An extensive security campaign covering most governorates of Kuwait on Thursday, September 29 resulted in the arrest of 417 violators of law, issuance of 776 traffic citations and confiscation of 51 vehicles including 13 wanted vehicles.

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Arrestation from Six Governorates

August 15, 20160 Comments

Scores of illegals, wanted in various crimes including prostitution were arrested in raids conducted in all the six governorates. 

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Security campaigns in all six governorates

May 6, 20160 Comments

In compliance with the instructions of Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs Major General Ibrahim Al-Tarrah, police officers from the Public Security Sector conducted extensive security campaigns in all six governorates in the last 48 hours resulting in the arrest of 69 individuals wanted by law for involvement in various civil and criminal cases, among others.

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Deportation of 41000 Expats from Kuwait

April 30, 20160 Comments

A total of 41,000 expatriates have been deported from the country during 2015 and the first four months of 2016, reports Al-Anba daily quoting senior security sources.

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1023 arrested In Mahboula

March 30, 20169 Comments

The security agencies control and closed the all areas around the mahboula at 5pm and arrested 1023 expats, including criminal cases, civil cases, residency law violations, drug cases, wanted, beggars and impounded the several cars also.

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18 illegals arrested from rooftop , Kuwait

January 23, 20160 Comments

Securitymen from the Capital Governorate have arrested 18 people of various nationalities who were staying in tin houses on the rooftop of residential buildings overlooking Mubarakiya, reports Al- Rai daily. Continue Reading &raquo

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