Trio deported for ‘illegal’ slaughtering

Kuwait Municipality Director General Eng Ahmad Al-Manfouhi said urgent measures were taken against three Asian workers after a video clip showing them slaughtering a horse went viral.

The three were arrested and sent for deportation. The farm owner was sent to court for having unlicensed practice and carrying out slaughter on the farm. Manfouhi said there is no act in regards to banning the slaughter of horses. Since then, another video went viral on social media showing a person who claimed that he obtained permission from the horse’s owner to take the animal, which appeared to be injured, then slaughter it in order to feed its meat to a number of dogs he owns. The man said that he tried to take the horse to licensed slaughterhouses, but was rejected, so he hired the services of three people to do the slaughtering for him. The municipality is yet to release a statement to comment on those claims. Even if the three workers were proven innocent, their chances of escaping punishment remain slim because administrative deportation decisions in Kuwait are usually irreversible.



A medical team at Ibn Sina Hospital for Special Surgery managed to perform a precise procedure for a patient and successfully eradicate a large 150-gram brain tumor.

The head of the team, the consultant of neurosurgery at the hospital, Dr. Yousef al-Awadhi, said in a press statement yesterday, The patient is a Filipino woman in the fourth decade of age, where she suffered from a chronic headache accompanied by loss of balance, indicating that the laboratory tests and scans that have been shown on The presence of a tumor weighing about 150 grams in the brain

Al-Awadhi said that the patient was admitted yesterday to the operating room, where the skull was opened and the use of a developed device to determine the location of the tumor, indicating that the membrane was removed covering the brain, and the eradication of the tumor in full, and without depletion of blood, He pointed out that the medical team confirmed the return of the brain to exercise its normal role, and that the patient's condition is stable now, and will be in intensive care for two days before being transferred to the public wing, stressing that such operations accurately show the readiness of medical staff and efficiency in dealing with any tumors may exist in Body of the patient



Asian maids reveal details of their exploitation in Morocco

They are the victims of agencies that sell them to rich families in Morocco, and they are exploited. Among them is rape in silence. But why do Moroccans occupy Asian maids? DW Arabia met with Asian female employers who ran away from their employers and talked about the scenes of trafficking.

She looked up at the wall, and suddenly she got up from the chair and put her hand on her head heading out. But she quickly returned to the room. Looking at her colleagues without talking to each other. She keeps silent, looking away, to remember the details of her trade and enslavement in Morocco. However, she resists her desire to cry by wiping the first tear that almost fell out of her eyes.

"Aurelia" - a Filipino maid in her third decade - fled from the home of her employer in Casablanca, Morocco - days before her meeting with an Arab DW - with an almost audible voice telling her story with servitude, "I was stripped of my dignity. With them that I am a human being, "and adds:" deprived me of the most basic rights I was busy in the home of operators and relatives. " She sighs deeply to choose silence for a long time.

"Sir raped me"

It was difficult for her to tell us how badly she had been treated in the family house she worked for, especially as they were still holding her passport, which she felt insecure and fearful of an unknown fate awaiting her.

Daha trembling, wiping sweat from her forehead, while retrieving the scenes of servitude she suffered, then succumbed to her desire to cry when she talked about her rape by her operator. Her body trembles and tears flow from her eyes. She says in her interview with DW Arabia: "She raped me ... raped me ... My boss brutally raped me ... I could not cry ... I was crying only ... crying ... I beg him but he did not care about my tears."

After her rape, her psychological condition worsened and she took pills to calm her nerves. Then she decided to escape and go to the Association of Solidarity with Asian Migrants in Salé, Morocco. The Commission assists Asian workers in retrieving their passports, finding another job or returning home as they wish.

Prison Agency

During an Arab DW meeting at the headquarters of the Association for Solidarity with Asian Immigrants, the head of the organization, Hayat Ben Rahou, contacted the operator of Aurelia, who refused to hand over her passport, pointing out that he filed a complaint against the Moroccan authorities after her escape from the house. The psychological state of Orylia has worsened after hearing the voice of her employer. I felt scared and worried about what awaited her.

Lina is also a Filipina maid who managed to escape from her employer's house a week before her meeting with an Arab DW, tears flowed from her eyes as she talked about her operator's treatment, telling her with sadness and sorrow: "Look at the dark circles in my eyes. day". 

"I thought the intermediary agency would invite me, but I was shocked that they held me in a room alone for a week without eating or drinking," Lina told the agency in charge of her operation to complain about mistreatment of her employer. 
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Lena and Aurelia are not real. DW Arab does not mention their real names. The two young women have recently escaped from their employers and their passports are still being held. 

"30,000 Moroccan Dirhams"

According to the testimony of Filipino maids who met with Arab DW at the headquarters of the Commission, the intermediary agency sells the maid for 30 thousand Moroccan dirhams for its operator, and when the maid wants to leave her job, the employer asks her to pay the amount he bought. 

Most of the maids are unable to pay the amount, some prefer to escape, while the majority are still detained and enslaved, and sometimes sexual exploitation, as they put it. 

It is noteworthy that the Moroccan Parliament ratified the draft law (No. 19.12), which specified the conditions of employment and employment of domestic workers. The law requires the owner of the house as the operator to complete a worker's permit and to guarantee certain rights, including weekly rest, annual leave, rest during religious and national holidays, and the right to abscond for family and health reasons. 

Closed doors

Hayat Ben Rahou, head of the Association for Solidarity with Asian Immigrants, said in her interview with DW Arabia that despite the Moroccan parliament's ratification of a law protecting this group and protecting its dignity, the agency still receives hundreds of Asian maids who are victims of "slavery," noting that they are exploited By an intermediary not authorized by the Ministry of Employment in Morocco. 

Ben Rahou expressed displeasure at the lack of access to all cases of victims of slavery, noting that once the body finds information through social networking sites to the presence of an Asian maid detained and subjected to torture moving to save. "But there are cases in which her employer discovers that she has communicated with us through social networking sites and is changing his place of residence," she says.

Hayat Bin Rahho made her home in Sala, the headquarters of the Association of Asian Immigrant Solidarity, to welcome Asian maids who managed to escape their employer's homes.

She added that the agency has received maids who have been detained and sexually assaulted and demanded that Ben Rahou intervene in the authorities to put an end to the intermediary agencies that exploit this group, calling for the need to protect them, especially those who have been raped and live in terror after holding her passport.

"The Gulf Tradition"

The number of Asian maids in Morocco is 10,000, according to the Association of Solidarity with Asian Immigrants. But what are the reasons why Moroccans hire Asian maids despite the presence of many maids in Morocco?

In his interview with DW, sociologist Abdul Jabbar Shukri considered that there are a range of psychological and social reasons that make Moroccans resort to Asian maids, including the spread of infection of the tradition of the Gulf in the employment of foreign maids in Moroccan homes. A kind of boisterous consumption and boasting, and a way to show belonging to the rich class in Morocco.

The sociologist adds that the impression in Moroccan society of Asian maids is that they are kids and communicate with children in English, which encourages families to employ them despite the presence of Moroccan maids.

Does the iPhone 8 Plus have a battery issue? Apple is 'investigating' fresh claims of handsets 'bursting' open

A fresh case of Apple's new iPhone popping open due to a swollen battery has been reported in state media in China, the world's biggest smartphone market where the U.S. firm is seeking to revive faltering sales.

The incident comes as Apple investigates similar cases reported in Taiwan and Japanof batteries in its latest iPhone 8 Plus becoming bloated, causing the device's casing to open.

On its website on Thursday, China's state-backed cited an iPhone buyer surnamed Liu as saying his newly purchased iPhone 8 Plus arrived cracked open on Oct. 5. There was no sign of scorching or an explosion.

Following a shaky release day themay be set to suffer further setbacks, after Reports have emerged of iPhone 8 devices 'bursting' open. Pictures on Chinese website Ifeng claim to show a Tawainese customer's rose gold handset, which has split along the top and sides

Liu told ThePaper he bought the handset through online marketplace of Inc. He said he did not charge the new device and returned it to the seller.

Pictures taken by Liu and displayed on ThePaper's website showed an iPhone 8 plus split open along the side featuring the sim card holding, with the phone's internal parts visible.

An Apple spokesperson said the company is looking into the matter and declined to comment further.

The incident comes as indifferent reviews of the iPhone 8, which comes 10 years after Apple released the first version of the revolutionary phone, drove down shares of the company since the handset's launch.

Some investors worry whether pre-orders for the device were well below previous launches, although some Apple fans are waiting for the premium iPhone X due out in early November.

Apple competes in China with local makers, including Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and Oppo which sell phones with high-end features at lower prices.  

Two customers in Asia earlier claimed the model's Plus sized handset split at the seams after it had been charged.

It is not yet known whether these are isolated incidents or part of a wider problem but Apple is said to be looking into the issue.

Pictures on website Apple Dailyclaim to show a Tawainese customer's rose gold handset, which has split along the top and sides.

According to reports, the £800 ($800) iPhone burst after the customer, known as Ms Wu, had charged it using an officially supplied charging cable.

Ms Wu, who claimed to be a loyal fan of Apple products, said she had just bought the handset for three days when it apparently burst. 

She said she had paid 28,900 TWD (£716) for the 64G iPhone 8 Plus and planned to use it to watch films, checking Facebook updates and taking pictures. 

According to Ms Wu, the iPhone 8 Plus had around 70 per cent battery when she plugged it in and it burst open three minutes later. 


The Apple dealer has reportedly replaced Ms Wu's iPhone 8 Plus with a new one. 

Mr Zhang, the owner of the dealer, told EBC news that the burst could have been caused by battery expansion.

Mr Zhang said he was very surprised that a new iPhone 8 Plus should come across problems so quickly.

Another user in Japan shared images to Twitter claiming to show the screen separating from the body of his device.

In both cases, there does not appear to be any visible signs of overheating or exploding.

Gases inside the phones may have leaked or expanded, causing the 'bursting' effect.

Apple is reported to be aware of the claims and investigating them further. 

Many reports of this nature do turn out to be fake, upon further investigation.

Slight variations in production may account for a handful of manufacturing defects, and this is common to most new devices.

This may account for the two isolated cases that have been reported so far.

However the Cupertino-based firm may have a bigger problem on its hands if further reports begin to emerge.  

Apple's early iPhone launches saw snaking queues of fans outside its stores, with many camping overnight to get their hands on the firm's latest devices.

But the iPhone 8 launches at stores across the globe on September 22 were a far cry from the hysteria on display seven years ago 

Another user in Japan shared images to Twitter claiming to show the screen of his separating from the body of the device
In both cases, there does not appear to be any visible signs of overheating or exploding.Gases inside the phones may have leaked or expanded, causing the 'bursting' effect

There were just modest queues of iPhone fans photographed outside Apple's flagship stores in London, Sydney, Amsterdam, and Shanghai.

The muted response to iPhone 8 and 8 Plus launches led some commenters to suggest the phones have sold poorly and that poor reviews are to blame.

However others claim that the rise of online pre-orders and Apple's new appointment-based pickup system are to blame as a trip to the high street is less likely or is staggered. 

Many also believe the imminent release of Apple's flagship £999 ($999) iPhone X, overshadowed the launch with die-hard fans choosing to wait until it is available.

Apple says iPhone 8 (r) and iPhone 8 Plus (l) are made out of the most durable glass ever in a smartphone. The muted response to their launches has led some commenters to suggest the phones have sold poorly and that poor reviews are to blame
Source: Mailonline

His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak arrives to the country after undergoing a successful operation in Germany.

Goodbye AIM: AOL announces its 20 year old instant messenger will officially be discontinued

It’s been two decades since the messaging service first launched, and likely years since you last used it, but today, AOL has officially announced the end of an era: Instant Messenger will be discontinued before the end of the year.

In a blog post today, AOL parent company Oath revealed AIM will no longer exist as of December 15, 2017.

As the firm notes, AIM was once a huge part of life for many people, especially those who grew up during the 90s and early 2000s – but in the years since, communication has ‘profoundly changed.’

In a blog post today, AOL parent company Oath revealed AIM will no longer exist as of December 15, 2017. They also took the time to write out one last away message to fans, alongside an image of the now-iconic logo waving goodbye

In a blog post today, Oath’s Vice President of Communications Product revealed the official termination of AOL’s long-running Instant Messenger, calling up memories of the carefully crafted away messages, screennames, and buddy lists.

While many people haven’t used the service in years, the news was met with mixed emotions across social media, with many sharing nostalgic messages about growing up with AIM.

‘AIM tapped into new digital technologies and ignited a cultural shift, but the way in which we communicate with each other has profoundly changed,’ writes VP Michael Albers.

‘As a result we’ve made the decision that we will be discontinuing AIM effective December 15, 2017.

‘We are more excited than ever to continue building the next generation of iconic brands and life-changing products for users around the world.’

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AOL Instant Messenger launched in 1997.

The messaging service became wildly popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s in North America.

But, as communication evolved in the subsequent years, usage rapidly declined.

On October 5th, Oath revealed it would officially be discontinuing AIM, effective December 15, 2017.

122 expats arrested; Bedoon ‘cop’ busted

Farwaniya detectives arrested 122 expats during a wide-scale inspection campaign in Khaitan. Security sources said 120 of them were not carrying any identification, while two had five packages of meth

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The Director General of the General Authority for Agriculture Faisal Al-Hasawi said in a statement published by Al-Rai newspaper: a study of the development of electronic baths in the public parks, to reduce the vandalism that extends, and the provision of the Commission budget maintenance, in addition to providing public utilities service in a civilized way, The Authority aims to preserve its property in public parks and protect it from tampering, which consumes about 3 million dinars annually for maintenance.

Al-Hasawi pointed out that the electronic baths will be installed in all public parks, which reached 144 parks throughout the country, pointing out that those who want to use the bathroom to pay a small fee in a machine placed at the bathroom door, where used a ticket with a special code number opens through which The door of the bathroom, after the expiration of the need put the ticket to the device to open the door.

Al-Hasawi said that the planned symbolic fees will be very simple, pointing out that the purpose of imposing fees is not profit as much as the purpose of using the facilities of public parks and the payment of fees to guard and clean to provide the best services, pointing out that entry to the bathroom and exit from it will be electronically and without human intervention, So as not to allow in the field for misuse through bribery or other.

On the other hand, Al-Hasawi announced coordination meetings between "Agriculture" and the Farmers' Union to study the "Food Stalls" project in the public parks, through which the vegetables and fruits of the local products will be sold in private stalls in the public parks. In accordance with special conditions, which are studied in preparation for coordination with the relevant authorities to implement them.


The 26th Criminal Circuit Court of Cairo, held in the fifth assembly, on Saturday, under the chairmanship of Counselor Osama Shahin, continues the trial of 41 accused of joining an international network of members trading in the case known as "trafficking in human organs". 
The session will be held by Adv. Hamdi Al-Shanoufi and Mohammad Ra'fat Al-Tayeb, in the presence of the Public Prosecutor's Representative, Ahmed Al-Marsafawi. 

In the previous session, the court ordered the arrest of three defendants, Mohammed al-Sayyed Abdel-Hafiz, Mahmoud Ayyad Ahmed and Khalid Nasr al-Din, while the other defendants remained in custody. 

Attorney General Nabil Sadiq referred 41 defendants to the Criminal Criminal Court at the conclusion of the investigations initiated by the Supreme Public Funds Prosecution in the light of the letter submitted by the Administrative Control Authority, which included the involvement of a number of doctors and nurses in the commission of crimes of human trafficking, transplantation, Of the work of the public office.

Investigations of the prosecution, the questioning of witnesses, the testimony of witnesses, the analysis of technical evidence including telephone calls for seizure, stored electronic communications and the associated video footage of a number of foreign patients and accused have resulted in the formation of an organized criminal group to commit crimes of transplants and organ transplants Human trafficking and human trafficking through the transfer, delivery, receipt, shelter and reception of a number of victims through the exploitation of their financial needs, with the aim of eradicating their kidneys and cultivating them in a number of foreign patients.

The prosecution's investigations confirmed that 20 doctors from university doctors and employees of government hospitals specializing in internal medicine, general surgery, surgery, care and anesthesia, along with 10 nurses assisted by 9 brokers and intermediaries, and two employees of the blood bank, carried out 29 kidney transplants Of foreign patients. 

Investigations by the prosecution revealed that the operations were carried out by removing kidneys from Egyptians after purchasing them for amounts ranging from 10 to 15 thousand pounds, in order to exploit their needs and transport and transplant them in the bodies of foreign patients, in exchange for amounts ranging from 80 to 120 thousand dollars, without the approval of the Higher Committee for Agriculture human organs


During the inspection campaigns of the prevention department of the General Directorate of Fire, these tours resulted in three administrative closure warnings in Hawali and Farwaniya governorates, where the firefighters issued warnings to close a hotel in Hawalli and a popular restaurant and cafe in Salmiya.

The inspection campaigns resulted in the discovery of kitchen equipment in the industrial area of Ardiyah, contrary to the failure to comply with fire and warning systems and their practice without obtaining fire licenses, and the administration gave the offenders 72 hours to correct their violations. 
The prevention sector continues to take administrative and legal measures towards offenders in order to protect lives and property.

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