Fears of possible 'serial child rapist'..

Kuwait Police say they have arrested a man who raped three Egyptians and there are fears more victims may still be out there, the 20-year-old Bedoon man was arrested by Farwaniya detectives on charges of kidnapping and raping 3 Egyptian children recently, his last victim was an Indonesian boy who had been kidnapped and raped him in Riggae area, the victims have meanwhile recognized their rapist at an identification parade.

Baby's head separated from body during birth

Kuwait In a gruesome incident, A Sri Lankan maid is facing charges of murder after she delivered a baby, the head of a baby got separated from its body during delivery when the woman allegedly pulled it out forcefully inside her sponsor house in Salmiya area.

the Jordanian employer made an emergency call saying that his maid delivered a baby , security men rushed to the location and the maid lying in a pool of blood with the dead baby, she was taken to the Mubarak hospital , during the investigation, the woman admitted being involved in an illegal relationship with a man, a case was registered.

At least 37 killed in Manila casino horror as they survive robber's gun rampage but die of smoke inhalation when he sets himself on fire

At least 37 people have been killed after a 'white, English-speaking' masked gunman attacked a casino in Manila, stole £1.7million ($2.3million) worth of betting chips and set fire to tables before he 'burned himself to death'. It is understood many of the victims were women who suffocated due to smoke inhalation as crowds battled to get to the exits.

Witnesses said the gunman, who had an assault rifle, entered the Resorts World Manila casino in Pasay City, Philippines, shortly after midnight before opening fire on betting terminals and televisions. It sparked mass panic and the man was then seen pouring fuel over tables and setting them ablaze while gamblers were fleeing for their lives.   Explosions were also heard coming from the tourist hotspot and bloodied victims were seen being stretchered out of the building. 

A Resorts World Manila official said the dead, who all died from smoke inhalation, included 13 employees and 22 guests.  Philippine police said they're looking to speak to a person of interest in connection to the attack.  Before the gunmen had been killed and police had confirmed any motive, the Islamic State group claimed responsibility and US President Donald Trump also branded it a 'terrorist attack'. It was later revealed that the incident was likely a robbery gone wrong.  

CCTV footage of the gunman who left dead 37 people and injured dozens more when he stormed the Resorts World Manila in Pasay City, PhilippinesHe then wrapped his body in a blanket on a bed in a hotel room and doused himself in gasoline to commit suicide
The gunman who stormed a Manila hotel casino has died after setting himself on fire during, police said
A family grieves as they wait for the body of a relative to be recovered from a hotel at the Resorts World Manila complex on Friday
Firemen break a glass window of the Resorts World Hotel following an assault in Manila that left 36 dead from smoke inhalation
Security inspects a man at the entrance of the hotel at the Resorts World Manila complex, a day after a gunman stormed the building and started a fire

The official said the person likely suffered a heart attack but an autopsy would be carried out to determine the cause of death. Three South Koreans suffered minor injuries from smoke inhalation or during the evacuation, the official said. US President Donald Trump Thursday expressed sadness and sympathy for victims of what he labelled a 'terrorist attack' at a casino in the Philippines capital Manila.

'We're closely monitoring the situation,' Trump said in response to the gunfire attack, which was quickly claimed by the Islamic State group. 'But it is really very sad as to what is going on throughout the world with terror. Our thoughts and our prayers are with all of those affected.' 

National police chief Ronald Dela Rosa said a 'foreign looking, Caucasian gunman' had stormed the second floor of one of the complex's four hotels and fired an automatic rifle at TV monitors, before setting gaming tables alight. He stuffed a backpack with casino chips before he fled but was found dead in an adjacent hotel early Friday of an apparent suicide.

A tourist wearing a bathrobe gestures after he was evacuated from the Resorts World Manila early Friday morning
Police officers are seen outiside the Resorts World Hotel in Manila after a gunman stormed the building and started a fire
The shooting started at the popular Resorts World Manila in Pasay City, Philippines at about midnight local time. Victims were carried out of the tourist hotspot after a gunman opened fire
Explosions and gunfire were heard coming from the tourist hotpotBloodied victims were seen being stretchered out of the building

8,432 foreign liquor bottles seized

An Arab man was arrested after he arrived at Shuaiba Port to collect a shipment containing alcoholic drinks. Criminal
investigators at the Interior Ministry coordinated with the investigations division at the Customs General Department, after receiving information about an alcoholic drinks’ shipment arriving from a GCC country. An Arab representative was detained and sent for questioning after he came over to process the paperwork to receive the shipment; in which officers found cardboard boxes containing a total of 8,432 liquor bottles. The man said that he was collecting the shipment on behalf of a Georgian national who imported it. The man was also arrested and sent to the concerned authorities for further action.


16 Expats Arrested At Drinks Party

Kuwait: Securitymen raided a building and arrested 16 drunk Sri Lankan nationals in Maidan Hawally area, after receiving a call from a resident from the building, a team went to inspect the area, police went inside the apartment and found a group of people drunk, they seized local and imported liquor, all were arrested and referred to the police station.


Citizen arrested for forging visas for expats

Residency detectives arrested a citizen for swindling and forging visas for expats. Tips were received about a citizen swindling expats by forging entry visas. He created replicas for the visas and made look identical to the authentic documents, then charged expats money in exchange for them. The suspect confessed to issuing 25 forged entry visas using forged seals and signatures. He was sent to concerned authorities.

Indian arrested after fight that leaves one Bangladeshi dead

Kuwait: Police have arrested a 28-year-old Indian national after a fight in Kabd area that led to the death of one Bangladeshi worker, a case was registered.

Liquor factory busted; 40 drums found

Ahmadi security raided a liquor brewery in Wafra after patrols caught an Asian man carrying a sack who attempted to escape. He confessed to distilling liquor. Police found 40 drums, nine distillation drums and 244 bottles in the house. The suspect and the liquor were sent to concerned authorities.


Investigating Over Ethiopian Maid Case

Kuwait: The Ethiopian maid reported as absconded in 2014 and working under fake domestic labour office, Investigations are ongoing in search for suspects who involved in running the fake office . yesterday the video of an Ethiopian woman begging her employer for help as she is about to fall from a 7th floor window has sparked outrage in the country, she is seen hanging outside the building with one hand gripping the window before falling 7 floors, police have detained the employer over negligence and failing to help the victim

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Indian Commits Suicide, Boy Dies Of Electric shock..

Kuwait : An Indian man committed suicide in Dhubaiya area, security men headed to the scene in response to an emergency call and found the man’s body hanging from a rope, Meanwhile, a young boy died after he was electrocuted, the body was taken to the forensic department.