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His High­ness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ah­mad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah on Sun­day sent a cable to US Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump, of­fer­ing his con­do­lences over the vic­tims of the snow­storm, which spread across the US, caus­ing loss of lives in sev­eral mid­west­ern states.

His High­ness the Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf AlAh­mad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah and His High­ness the Prime Min­is­ter Sheikh Jaber AlMubarak Al-Ha­mad AlSabah sent sim­i­lar ca­bles to the Amer­i­can Pres­i­dent. (KUNA)


His High­ness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ah­mad Al-Jaber

Al-Sabah on Sun­day ca­bled Chi­nese Pres­i­dent Xi Jin­ping ex­press­ing con­do­lences on death of cit­i­zens in a coal mine col­lapse in the north­ern Chi­nese re­gion of


His High­ness the Amir wished the in­jured quick re­cov­ery, hop­ing the lead­ers would suc­cess­fully deal with reper­cus­sions of the tragic ac­ci­dent.

Their High­nesses the Crown Prince and the Prime Min­is­ter, re­spec­tively Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ah­mad AlJaber Al-Sabah and Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak AlHa­mad Al-Sabah, ad­dressed ca­bles of iden­ti­cal con­tent to the Chi­nese pres­i­dent. (KUNA)

DOHA: Qatari Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Ha­mad AlThani has or­dered for­ma­tion of a $20 mil­lion fund, spon­sored by the African Union, to or­ga­nize re­turn of il­le­gal African refugees in Libya to re­turn to their coun­tries.

The of­fi­cial Qatari News Agency said on Sun­day the Amir’s ini­tia­tive came in line with his “vi­sion for sup­port­ing hu­man­i­tar­ian and devel­op­ment ac­tion in the African Union coun­tries and for eas­ing off the liv­ing hard­ships suf­fered by these refugees.”

It quoted Chair­per­son of the African Union Com­mis­sion Moussa Faki Ma­hamat as prais­ing, dur­ing a meet­ing Sun­day with the Amir, the lat­ter’s ini­tia­tive. (KUNA)

ABU DHABI: Mu­tual mil­i­tary and de­fense co­op­er­a­tion was the fo­cus of a meet­ing held on Satur­day be­tween Sheikh Mo­hamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Com­man­der of the UAE Armed Forces, and Gen­eral Austin Scott Miller, Com­man­der of NATO’s Res­o­lute Sup­port Mis­sion and US Forces-Afghanistan. (KUNA)

SANAA: Ye­men’s government has an­nounced that the chief of its mil­i­tary in­tel­li­gence has died of wounds sus­tained dur­ing last week’s drone at­tack on an army pa­rade. It said Pres­i­dent Abed Rabbo Man­sour Hadi, head of Ye­men’s in­ter­na­tion­ally rec­og­nized government, sent a cable of con­do­lences to the fam­ily of Maj Gen Mo­ham­mad Saleh Tamah, who died Sun­day in a hospi­tal in the south­ern port city of Aden. (AP)

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