#KSA A 8-year-old Saudi girl was suspended from school for het fame because she was filming videos for snapchat and Instagram, the social media star was given an ultimatum by her principal , “Leave or give up acting” The story stirred controversy on social media in #Saudi Arabia some saw it as the suppression of her gift, others saw it as the role of the school step in.
Kuwait’s Embassy to Mexico affirmed the safety of its staff and Kuwaiti citizens after the powerful 7.1- magnitude quake that struck off the country’s southern coast late Wednesday. The Embassy urged all Kuwaitis in Mexico to exercise caution, take all the necessary precautions for their safety and follow local authorities’ safety and security guidance. It also reiterated full readiness to provide all necessary services and aid to all Kuwaitis. The embassy went on to urge the Citizens to stay in touch with the embassy through the following phone numbers: (+52) 5552451714 and (+52) 5513632619.
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His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah sent Wednesday a cable to President of Mexico Enrique Pena Nieto, expressing his condolences over the recent earthquake which hit his country. His Highness the Amir said that Kuwait stands in solidarity with Mexico during this time of despair, hoping that the friendly nation would overcome the aftermath of the quake that left hundreds of people either dead or injured and also caused some considerable damage. His Highness the Deputy Amir and Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah and His Highness the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah sent similar cables.
Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) on Monday said it neither dismissed staff nor revoked any contract. Reports about purported layoff of Kuwaiti personnel following recent shutdown of Al-Shuaiba refinery were false, said Bassem Al-Issa, the KNPC official spokesman. Status of the Kuwaiti staff at Al-Shuaiba refinery was on top of the company priorities, he said, explaining that the Kuwaiti personnel were transferred to other facilities with the same employment conditions.