103 Arrested, 34501 Traffic Violations Issued In Traffic Campaigns

Kuwait : The traffic sector conducted campaigns throughout the six governorates recently led to the issuance of 34501 citations, impounding of 536 vehicles, 13 motorcycles seized, 7 vehicles recovered, arrest of 103 individuals who committed major traffic violations and referral of 2 persons to the Deportation Center for driving without driving license, The department affirmed these campaigns are ongoing round the clock in all parts of the country in a bid to strictly implement the traffic regulations and to protect the road users


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Aerosols to protect Earth from global warming will be sprayed into the stratosphere NEXT YEAR

Aerosols to protect Earth from global warming will be sprayed into the stratosphere NEXT YEAR, but scientists warn the results could be 'catastrophic

The first-of-its-kind experiment from scientists at Harvard University in Maryland will pump small amounts of aerosol gases into the stratosphere to reflect the sun's rays away from Earth.

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In 2014, researchers warned of what might happen if climate engineering stopped after a few decades for technical or political reasons.

‘For several methods we saw a rapid change in the simulated climate when climate engineering ended,’ said Dr David Keller from the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel, Germany.  

For example, if after 50 years the sun's rays were no longer partially blocked, Earth warmed by several degrees within a few decades.

Dr Keller said: ‘This change would be much faster than the current rate of climate change, with potentially even more catastrophic consequences.’ 

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Afforestation: This technique would irrigate deserts, such as those in Australia and North Africa, to plant millions of trees that could absorb carbon dioxide.

Drawback: This vegetation would also draw in sunlight that the deserts currently reflect back into space, and so contribute to global warming.

Artificial ocean upwelling: Engineers would use long pipes to pump cold, nutrient-rich water upward to cool ocean-surface waters.

Drawback: If this process ever stopped it could cause oceans to rebalance their heat levels and rapidly change the climate.

Ocean alkalinisation: This involves heaping lime into the ocean to chemically increase the absorption of carbon dioxide.

Drawback: Study suggests it will have of little use in reducing global temperatures.

Ocean iron fertilisation: The method involves dumping iron into the oceans to improve the growth of photosynthetic organisms that can absorb carbon dioxide.

Drawback: Study suggests it will have of little use in reducing global temperatures.

Solar radiation management: This would reduce the amount of sunlight Earth receives, by shooting reflective sulphate-based aerosols into the atmosphere.

Drawback: Carbon dioxide would still build up in the atmosphere. 



After examining stratospheric chemistry and ruling out most of the periodic table, the researchers landed on calcite - a constituent of limestone.

It is the most stable form of calcium carbonate. 

They found that this could neutralise emission-based acids in the atmosphere while also reflecting light and cooling the planet. 

Calcite is one of the most common compounds in the Earth's crust, and only a small amount would be needed for the solar geoengineering. 


Calcite is one of the most common compounds in the Earth's crust, and only a small amount would be needed for the solar geoengineering.

The researchers are currently testing calcite in the lab conditions designed to mimic the atmosphere.

While it may help to alleviate the problem, the researchers note that this method of solar engineering is not a solution to climate change.

'Geoengineering is like taking painkillers,' said Keutsch.

'When things are really bad, painkillers can help but they don't address the cause of a disease and they may cause more harm than good. We really don't know the effects of geoengineering but that is why we're doing this research.'

The research is published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Authorities tightened Security at places of worship

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The Ministry of the Interior increased the police patrols in some places of worship — churches, mosques and Husseiniyas — as a precaution measure to prevent any tampering with the security of the country or trying to carry out a terrorist act against the worshippers.

According to local media report, this extra security is in places of worship and surrounding areas in anticipation of any emergency, especially after the terrorists targeted the Egyptian churches. Meanwhile, it is reported that one of the suspect suicide bomber had worked as an accountant in Kuwait for four months before he travelled to Turkey.

Smoke Bomb Sends 18 to Hospital

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Kuwait: A smoke bomb and fireworks that filled a private school in Sharq with smoke sent 14 students and 4 teachers to Amiri hospital with breathing issues during a graduation ceremony

No More Carrying Cooked Dukra Mass or Pulimunchi to Dubai?

Next time when you plan your visit to your hometown from UAE/Dubai, make sure you think twice before you take back any food items or medicines that your relatives or friends might have requested you to bring along with you on your return trip. All this time people used to pack some traditional and authentic home cooked delicacies like for Catholics- items like Pork Bafat, Pork Sorpotel, Pork Indad, Mutton stew, etc; and Hindus favorite like Kori (Chicken ) sukka, Kori puli munchie, Marvai Pundi, Chicken ghee roast etc; and Muslims favorite like Dum Biriyani, Mutton chops, phirini etc – NOT anymore, since Dubai customs have strictly restricted in carrying home cooked or for that matter, food from restaurants to UAE/Dubai.

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Many times in the past travelers have got into trouble with the customs for carrying medicines that are illegal to carry to a different country- and now UAE/Dubai have strictly enforced a law prohibiting carrying cooked food. But still, many passengers take the risk by carrying banned items/food and later when they get caught they face all kinds of consequences. S the best thing to do is strictly abide by the rules and regulations of the UAE/Dubai customs, and stay out of trouble-Period!

Travel guide of banned items and Guidelines for bringing medicines and drugs to the UAE

Banned items by Dubai Customs include:

– Cooked and home-made foods.
All kinds of Narcotic drugs (Hashish, Cocaine, Heroin, Poppy Seeds, Hallucination Pills, etc.).
-Goods intended to be imported from boycotted countries.
– Goods from Israeli origin or bearing Israeli trademarks or logos
– Crude Ivory and Rhinoceros horn.
– Gambling tools and machinery.
– Three layers fishing nets.
– Original engravings, prints, lithographs, sculpture and statues in any material.
– Used, reconditioned and inlaid tires.
– Radiation polluted substances.
– Printed publications, oil paintings, photographs, pictures, cards, books, magazines stone sculptures and mannequins which contradict Islamic teachings, decencies, or deliberately implying immorality or turmoil.
– Any other goods, the importation of which is prohibited under the authority of U.A.E. customs laws or any other laws in the country.
– Forged and duplicate currency.

Source: Dubai Customs.

– As certain chemicals and drugs are banned in UAE, it is essential to check and ensure that the medicines which someone is carrying do not contain a banned or restricted substance. List of drugs and medicines banned in UAE are available on the website: www.uaeinteract.com/travel/drug.asp
– If for medical or emergency reasons one needs to carry any medicines, it should be ensured to have a medical prescription from a UAE licensed doctor. If treatment was undertaken outside UAE, one must carry both a doctor’s prescription as well as detailed medical report, both of which should be suitably attested.
– Residents and non-resident patients can bring into the UAE a maximum of 3 month supply of prescription medicine, for their personal use.
– Psychotropic medicines can be brought by non-residents to cover their personal consumption for a maximum of 3 month period.
– Psychotropic medicines can be brought in by a resident in a quantity sufficient for 1-month consumption. However, residents can bring a maximum 3 month supply if the medicine is not available in the UAE provided that they obtain the prior approval of the Drug Control Department.
– Resident and non-resident patients should not bring narcotic medicines into the country without the prior approval from the Ministry of Health. Each case will be studied and approved. A valid prescription and medical report from the concerned hospital or department will be required.
– Medicines that arrive in the country via postal courier cannot be released to the patient unless the above requirements are fulfilled.
– For more information related to restrictions on carrying of medicines, drugs and chemicals into UAE, one must check Dubai Customs website or www.dubai.ae beforehand.
– Be careful of carrying in poppy seeds which are banned, so avoid accidentally carrying bakery products that might contain such seeds. Also banned is qat leaf, betel leaf or nuts, niswar, gutkha, which while admissible in some countries is not permitted in the UAE.

Five dead as militants attack Philippine tourist island


Five people including a Philippine police officer were killed Tuesday in clashes with 10 suspected members of the Abu Sayyaf kidnap group on the resort island of Bohol, authorities said. The incursion would be the first on a major Philippine tourist destination in recent years by the Abu Sayyaf, which has long engaged in kidnappings for ransom - often targeting foreigners in the lawless southern Philippines. Five bodies have been recovered at the scene of the fighting, Philippine military spokesman Brigadier-General Restituto Padilla said on ABS-CBN television in Manila. At least one policeman was confirmed killed in the fight, national police spokesman Senior Superintendent Dionardo Carlos said in a statement.

"Security forces reported that the armed group is well-armed with heavy-calibre weapons, but now cornered in an isolated section" of Bohol, Philippine military chief of staff General Eduardo Ano said in a statement. It comes after the US and Australian embassies warned their citizens this week about possible kidnappings by "terrorist groups" in the central Philippines.

Bohol is a major tourist destination, where foreign tourists swim with whale sharks and marvel at tiny primates called tarsiers, go on cruises aboard boats on crystal-clear rivers and lounge at white-sand beaches. Military spokesman Padilla said the army had received information over the past few weeks about "a potential activity on the part of some lawless elements to disturb the peace" in the area.

"The clearing operations are ongoing and we are pouring in more forces to help and assist. We hope to finish this by the end of the day," the spokesman added. The gunmen sailed into the Bohol town of Inabanga on Monday, going upriver toward a remote section of the island aboard three fast boats, Inabanga police officer Edwin Melicor told AFP by telephone.

"Residents told us the gunmen could have been Muslims because they were aboard boats that are used only in Mindanao," Melicor said, referring to a Muslim-populated southern area. A clash broke out as police went to investigate early Tuesday, Melicor added. Over the past year the Abu Sayyaf has been expanding its activities, boarding commercial and fishing vessels off their southern island stronghold of Jolo, near Malaysia, and abducting dozens of foreign crew members.

They beheaded a German tourist earlier this year and two Canadian tourists last year, all three of them having been seized at sea.


Holiday declared for Kuwait . CSC sets April 27 for Isra and Mi'raj holiday

Kuwait : The Civil Service Commission announced on Tuesday the official holiday of Al-Isra and Al-Mi'raj will be on Thursday, April 27, 2017, Ministries and government bodies will resume work after the weekend on Sunday April 30 .


Russia and Iran warn Trump they will retaliate militarily against the US if it crosses their 'red line' again with attacks on Assad in Syria

Russian and Iranian forces last night warned Donald Trump they would retaliate with military action if he launched more airstrikes on Syria. In an ominous threat raising the prospect of war, they said the US President had crossed a 'red line' with his surprise missile bombardment on Bashar al-Assad's forces. 'From now on we will respond with force to any breach of red lines and America knows our ability to respond well,' the military chiefs said in a joint statement with Hezbollah. The Russian Embassy in London last night suggested there could be 'real war' if Moscow is presented with an ultimatum over Syria. But Boris Johnson will today lead a push for Russia to face tough new sanctions unless it withdraws its support for Assad. It comes after President Trump (left inset) ordered airstrikes (pictured top right) on a Syrian airbase in the first direct attack by the US against Assad on Friday morning.


But Boris Johnson will today lead a push for Russia to face tough new sanctions unless it withdraws its support for Assad.

At a G7 meeting in Italy, the Foreign Secretary will call for Moscow to be threatened with isolation from the international community and a raft of economic punishments.

On a day of escalating tensions yesterday:

  • The Kremlin mocked Britain for having ‘no real influence on the course of international affairs’ after Mr Johnson cancelled a planned trip to Moscow;
  • Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon said Russia was responsible for ‘every civilian death’ in Assad’s chemical weapons attack on his own people;
  • America warned Moscow it faces a ‘relationship of competition and potential conflict’ unless it stops supporting Assad’s ‘murderous regime’;
  • The White House told North Korea it should take US missile strikes against Syria as a warning that America is prepared to take military action against countries which break international agreements.

Source Mail.Online


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Kuwaiti national Husayn Al-Dhafiri (center right) and Syrian national Rahaf Zina (center left) are presented at a press conference at the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) on April 6, 2017. Authorities said o they had foiled a possible terror attack after arresting a Kuwaiti man and his Syrian wife, both alleged members of the Islamic State (IS) group. Police nabbed Husayn Al-Dhafiri and Rahaf Zina at an upscale district of Manila following a tip-off from the Kuwaiti authorities late last month, but the arrests were kept secret while Filipino authorities investigated further, officials said. / AFP PHOTO / Noel Celis / Manila Bulletin

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