Acting Undersecretary of the Ministry of the Interior, Mohammed Yousuf Al-Sabah, led a surprise and expanded security campaign for the General Directorate of Operations Rescue Police, targeting all governorates of the country, in the presence of Assistant Undersecretary of Operations Major General Jamal Al Sayegh and Director General of the General Directorate of Najda Police Brigadier General Abdulaziz Al-Hajri.

The General Directorate of Relations and Security Media said that the campaign was launched on Tuesday night, where the security services involved closed the perimeter of the target areas in all governorates of Kuwait, within the framework of a plan that dealt with all axes and mechanisms of field operations and intensive readiness and provide the necessary support and support. The security forces have taken all necessary measures and measures to tighten control over all the ports of the field operations area. And to prevent the escape of wanted offenders. 

The campaign resulted in the seizure of 4 criminal wanted persons, 3 cases of narcotics and hazardous substances, 58 missing and required absences and the end of residency, 5) the seizure of bulk labor, 12 without the establishment of a vehicle, and the release of 374 traffic violations.

The General Directorate of Relations and Security Information emphasized the role of citizens and residents in supporting security efforts by not harboring or covering up any violators so as not to expose themselves to legal accountability and stressed the need for everyone to bear their personal evidence, whether he is a citizen or a resident, so as to avoid arrest, suspicion and questioning.


Despite the fact that the General Directorate of Traffic continues to raise awareness among the members of society and the leaders of vehicles to maintain safety and safety of their companions, official statistics raised the alarm about the high number of victims of traffic accidents in the country, and the increase in human and financial losses caused by the "street war" since the beginning of the year Present. 

The statistics of the Department of Information and Statistics that traffic men dealt with 74 thousand accidents varied since the beginning of this year, and even yesterday. 

According to the statistics, these incidents resulted in the death of 335 citizens and residents, and the injury of 10,000 others, while 120 were deported to drive vehicles without a driver's license, as well as the seizure of 21 thousand and 460 vehicles in the parking garage vehicles, in addition to the transfer of 1911 . 
The statistics showed that the number of violations recorded until yesterday amounted to one million and 300 thousand direct and indirect violations.

The country has witnessed 64,000 collisions, 8,000 collisions and injuries, 2179 coups and 126 run-ins. 

Preservation of life 

A security source stressed the importance of adhering to traffic rules and regulations to reduce traffic accidents, ensure the safety of the road and the drivers of vehicles, in order to preserve their lives and property. 
He called on everyone to cooperate to stop the bloodshed on the roads and reduce the consequences of human and social traffic accidents, pointing out that 47 citizens and residents were killed in January of this year, while about 43 others were killed last February, 32 died during March 34 last September, and the rest during the other months, which is a dangerous indicator to be careful of its causes and keep away from them.

Rules of the road 

A security source confirmed that the commitment to the rules and etiquette of traffic and the speed prescribed on the road, and not to overtake only after making sure the road is free and give reference, as well as working with the meaning of landlines and traffic signs and signs to limit the occurrence of traffic accidents that cause the deaths of many innocent people. 

He pointed out that there was a painful reality every day with the death rate of accidents to one and a half deaths per day, as confirmed by the statistics of the 10 months, not to mention what is being treated in hospitals, and accidents may be the cause of their death during treatment.

The Ministry of the Interior opened its doors with the help of specialized technical teams to investigate the cause of the traffic accident, which resulted in the injury of 3 security personnel, including two on board a patrol and the third was on his private vehicle and working in the public security sector. 
He was taken seriously by the military and described as serious. 

According to a security source, the internal operations received at 8:30 yesterday morning a bilateral collision incident between two vehicles, and it was found that the collision between a patrol patrol and a salon vehicle was inside the military, and the impact of the collision to roam the saloon almost completely.


Wednesday, 18 October 2017 12:19


A health report revealed 5 foods that help protect and improve human eyesight, unlike carrots and orange foods that contain a type of vitamin A called beta-carotene. 

The report, according to "CNN", that among these foods is eggs; where the siren is a major source of antioxidants such as zinc, which helps to reduce the risk of macular degeneration of the special, and the paper vegetables contains the substance of lutein and anti-oxidant Xaxanthin, which improves Level of view. 
He added that berries and citrus have a great role in protecting eyesight, because it is rich in vitamin "C", which reduces the risk of weakness of the lens of the eye, and the vitamin "E" which is abundant in almonds, slow macular degeneration.

Fatty fish such as tuna, salmon, mackerel, anchovy and trout are among the foods that protect the eye from dry eye syndrome. These fish are rich in the fatty acids needed by the retina.

Kuwait  Director General of Residency Affairs Major General Talal Marafi at the Ministry of Interior said a proposal to increase fees paid by expatriates for services such as issuing visit and tourist visas was approved by the Ministry, the proposal was sent to the cabinet for approval, he added.

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Tuesday, 17 October 2017 21:57

Explosion in Mersin province south of Turkey

On Tuesday, Turkey witnessed the explosion of a police bus after being targeted by an improvised explosive device in the southern province of Mersin.

Turkish media reported that the blast resulted in 12 wounded, and there are no reports of casualties so far

Photo published for Human Rights Watch: Decision to abolish DNA is a positive step to protect citizens

Human Rights Watch and Jane's Watch said today that the Constitutional Court's decision on Oct. 5, 2017 to repeal Kuwait's loose DNA law is a positive step in protecting the country's right to privacy. The 2015 law required all Kuwaiti citizens, residents and visitors to submit DNA samples to the authorities in violation of their right to privacy. Kuwait was the only country to impose DNA testing at the national level.

The Court concluded that the DNA Act violated articles 30 and 31 of the Constitution of Kuwait, which protected the right to liberty and personal privacy and issued a final and irrevocable judgment.

In 2016, the UN Human Rights Committee, which monitors the implementation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), found that the law imposes "unnecessary and disproportionate restrictions on the right to privacy". In the same year, the Emir of Kuwait instructed the authorities to amend the law in line with constitutional standards, and Kuwaiti lawyers appealed the law. Human Rights Watch has previously called on Kuwait to amend the law to comply with its obligations under international human rights law.

"The court's decision to repeal the DNA law is a very positive step and will end this flawed infringement of privacy in Kuwait, which was hastily legislated," said Sarah Leah Whitson, Middle East director at Human Rights Watch. The law was a very heavy stick, lacking basic safeguards or restrictions, and opening the door to government abuses. "

Kuwait has introduced Law No. 78 of 2015, known as the DNA Act, following the suicide bombing at the Imam al-Sadiq mosque in June 2015 that killed 27 people and wounded 227 others. As part of the law, the authorities have instructed all Kuwaiti citizens and temporary visitors to submit DNA samples to a database maintained and administered by the Ministry of the Interior. The law imposed a prison term of up to one year and a fine of 10,000 Kuwaiti dinars ($ 33,000) for refusing to provide DNA samples. Authorities told local media that anyone who did not comply with the law would be subject to penalties, including the revocation of the passport and the ban on potential travel.

DNA collection databases are not inherently illegal, and may sometimes justify permissible investigation tools. But to meet the international privacy standards set forth in the International Compact, ratified by Kuwait, the DNA collection mechanism must be carefully regulated, narrowly in scope and proportionate to the achievement of a legitimate security objective.

Human Rights Watch and Jane Watch said that any attempt by parliament to reconsider the law should fully respect the right to privacy under Kuwaiti and international law. This includes DNA collection of suspected serious crimes and a court order, the ability to challenge the decision in court, and the determination of the time period after which DNA profiles are removed from the database. Kuwait should also establish a monitoring system to monitor the collection, use and destruction of DNA samples, prevent violations and ensure that persons on the database have access to effective remedies. A new report by the Forensic Genetic Policy Initiative, which addresses the imbalances between licit law enforcement needs and individual rights with respect to the collection and use of DNA, presents the best human rights practices for DNA databases.

Said Dr. "We welcome the Court's ruling that indiscriminate collection of DNA poses unacceptable risks to Kuwait's population," said Helen Wallace, director of Jane's UK, which monitors developments in genetic technology. Kuwait now has an opportunity to apply best practices and protect privacy, in addition to preventing abuses and avoiding miscarriage of justice. "

A Lebanese teenager shot and killed his father and two other people, the building's keeper and his wife, Surian, in the Zaqqat al-Balat area near Husseiniya in Lebanon.

It was reported that four wounded people were injured in the area because of the fact that he fired at everyone he encountered on the road.

Minister of State for Youth Affairs Khalid Al-Roudhan said that there is a government approach to allocate some petrol stations to small and medium-sized enterprises.

"There is coordination between KPC and the National Fund for the Welfare and Development of Small and Medium Enterprises to prepare the relevant mechanisms in this regard," Al-Rawdan told reporters on the sidelines of the opening of the Arab Net conference and exhibition on Tuesday.

He added that the privatization of petrol stations for the owners of small and medium enterprises will be reflected positively on the economy in general and on Kuwaiti youth in particular to encourage him to engage in various areas other than traditional activities.

He explained that the National Fund for the Care and Development of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) witnessed a "stumbling block" at the beginning of its activity. However, a large number of negatives have been addressed. More than 140 different projects have been financed, stressing that it is an important and good catalyst for the Kuwaiti economy.


An Indian girl   in critical condition in the ICU with serious head injuries she was hit by a taxi in Salmiya area, the victim was crossing the road when the accident occurred, a case was registered.


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