This video is called Human Rights Report About Kuwait Stateless.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
KUWAIT: Prominent opposition leader Musallam al-Barrack was released from jail yesterday following daily protests calling for him to be set free.
His lawyer said that Mr Barrack will face trial in September on charges of insulting the judiciary and accusing top judges of bribery. The former opposition MP was arrested last Wednesday after revealing documents alleging huge sums of illicit financial transfers were made to senior officials.
Kuwaiti security forces arrested and beat up protesters who were demanding political reform and the release of political prisoners: here.
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Long-running strike of Kuwaiti public workers set to end
A three-week long strike by staff in the Public Institution for Social Security in Kuwait is set to end as the department has agreed to their demand for a pay increase.
The strike shut down the department and nearly a half-million transactions had to be suspended.
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