November 26, 2000
Kuwaiti police said Sunday they had arrested 1,500 suspected drug dealers and seized 1,551 kilograms (3,412 pounds) of narcotics over the past year in
The sharp rise in oil prices since the beginning of the year was good news for the stakeholders in the Kuwait Petroleum Corp. (KPC), which reported a net profit of $2.29 billion for it and its subsidi
The Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA) said Saturday, November 25, it hoped to begin selling off from early next year government shareholdings in 19 local firms worth an estimated $2.69 billion.
November 25, 2000
The Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA) said Saturday it hoped to begin selling off from early next year government shareholdings in 19 local firms wort
A Kuwaiti court Saturday sentenced three stateless Arabs to seven years each in prison for burning two buses in protest at the instigation of legal ac
November 23, 2000
The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) ended eight weeks of successive losses during which it hit a new five-year low to close the week on Wednesday, November 22, up slightly on the back of positive official
November 22, 2000
Kuwait's coast guard has seized an Iranian ship on suspicion of busting the UN embargo slapped on Iraq for its 1990 occupation of the emirate.
November 21, 2000
The commander of US forces in the Gulf, on his second visit to the emirate in four months, held talks on Tuesday with Kuwait's Emir Sheikh Jaber al-Ah
A four-day long international water desalinizing technology conference was held last week in Kuwait, warning against a future water shortage crisis, stressing in particular the countries that rely on
November 20, 2000
Ten Kuwaiti lawmakers Monday submit a no-confidence motion against housing minister Adel al-Sebeih accusing him of financial irregularities and misman
November 19, 2000
Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov said Sunday he held talks with Kuwaiti officials on a new "security system" that would bring together Iraq and it
Kuwait's appeals court scrapped a three-month prison term against Islamic activist and columnist Salah al-Rashed, jailed for criticising the justice d
US Defense Secretary William Cohen on Sunday rejected a Russian proposal for Kuwait to halt its support for the "no-fly" zones imposed on Iraq, as par
Kuwaiti Oil Minister Sheikh Saud Nasser al-Sabah Saturday called on industrialized countries to allow market forces to work to determine oil prices.
November 18, 2000
A Kuwaiti Islamic activist and columnist is serving a three-month jail term for criticizing the emirate's justice department.