Stu­dent ac­cuses four of rape

Kuwait Times - - FROM THE ARABIC PRESS -

Three per­sons in­clud­ing a haris (build­ing jan­i­tor) were charged with rap­ing a fe­male stu­dent in Qairawan. The girl said she be­friended a per­son on­line, who asked her to come over to his house. She said she was raped there, then three hours later, he called an­other man to give her a ride. But this man took her to his flat in Rig­gae, then called a third man, who both raped her. Then a fourth man, the haris, was called, who raped her too. Po­lice are in­ves­ti­gat­ing. In a sep­a­rate case, a cam­era in­stalled in an el­e­va­tor doc­u­mented a man mo­lest­ing a woman in­side. The girl went to the po­lice sta­tion and told them the man touched her body. She screamed, so passersby caught him.

Child’s mur­der

The crim­i­nal court post­poned the case of a child’s mur­der in which her parents are sus­pects. The court re­fused to re­lease them, while the pros­e­cu­tion de­manded the death penalty. The crime took place in Salmiya a few months ago when the parents beat their 5-year-old daugh­ter to death. The parents then dumped her body in a freezer.


A cit­i­zen told Nu­gra po­lice that a real es­tate com­pany sold her a piece of land in the UK, and she paid 50 per­cent of its value (KD 6,000), but the com­pany did not give her the ti­tle deed. Separately, a Syr­ian was charged with forgery for let­ting his four chil­dren leave the coun­try il­le­gally. He let them travel un­der his old name, al­though they are banned from do­ing so, be­cause the fa­ther has sev­eral vi­o­la­tions he must pay for be­fore he or any of the chil­dren can leave. The de­par­ture was through the Ab­daly border.


A cit­i­zen told Jabriya po­lice that his daugh­ter was in­jured at school and sub­mit­ted a med­i­cal re­port stat­ing her in­juries. He did not ac­cuse any­one. Mean­while, a cit­i­zen told Qairawan po­lice his two daugh­ters were in­jured while at the nurs­ery. He sub­mit­ted a med­i­cal re­port stat­ing one girl had a dis­lo­cated el­bow, while the other had a bruise un­der the eye. In­ves­ti­ga­tions are un­der­way.

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