Kuwait

August 14, 2000

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Kuwait's defense minister withdrew his resignation Monday, one day after he submitted it following a dispute with the foreign minister over a controve

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A gasoline unit at Kuwait's Al-Ahmadi refinery untouched by a deadly explosion that halted production last June has resumed normal operation.

August 10, 2000

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Kuwait has mobilized part of its army following threats made by Iraqi President Saddam Hussein as tension escalates in the region.

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The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) closed the week yesterday 1.4 percent down, having rebounded from five-year lows on the back of government pledges to implement sweeping reforms on the bourse.

August 9, 2000

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The merger between United Bank of Kuwait (UBK) and Al-Ahli Commercial Bank BSC (ACB) has been formally completed.

August 8, 2000

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The merger between United Bank of Kuwait (UBK) and Al-Ahli Commercial Bank BSC (ACB) has been formally completed.

August 7, 2000

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US oil major Chevron Corp. was partly to blame for a June 18 accident caused by a gas leak at Kuwait's Shuaiba refinery that killed two oil workers, a ministerial commission said Sunday.

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The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) crashed to a five-year low on Sunday on the back of the government's refusal to amend the multi-billion bad debt law and a drop in companies' second-quarter earnings.

August 6, 2000

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A Kuwaiti ministerial commission says US oil major Chevron Corporation is partly to blame for a June 18th accident caused by a gas leak at Shuaiba ref

August 3, 2000

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The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) closed the week Wednesday 0.9 percent down after the government said it would not amend.

August 2, 2000

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Kuwaiti newspapers mark the 10th anniversary of the Iraqi invasion by calling for the overthrow of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, accusing him of des

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August 1, 2000

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Thousands of Kuwaitis flock to the emirate's courts to file new compensation cases against Iraq for its 1990 invasion.

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A Kuwaiti parliamentary commission of inquiry says that the explosion at country's biggest oil refinery in June was due to negligence and mistakes.

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(AFP, Kuwait City) - Kuwaiti government agencies and hundreds of individuals have filed lawsuits against Baghdad for criminal offences committed during Iraq's seven-month occupation.