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Red Arrow Jets has arrived to Kuwait. #kuwait #q8 #airshow
The UK Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team Will Present An Air Show Opposite Marina Crescent, From 3:00 To 4:00 Pm On Tuesday
The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, is to display in Dubai as part of a major Middle East tour.
The team is also expected to perform at Al Ain and in Abu Dhabi, both in the United Arab Emirates and in Kuwait, Oman and Qatar.
Visits will also be made to Jordan and Saudi Arabia. It is hoped thousands of people will watch the Red Arrows during the five-week tour of the region. Those at the displays will see the Team’s distinctive red jets perform a series of precision formations and dynamic loops and rolls.
The provisional display schedule for the Red Arrows Middle East Tour 2013 is below – this is subject to change
• November 7 – Qatar
• November 10 – Bahrain
• November 13 – Oman
• November 16 – Dubai
• November 17 – Dubai Air Show
• November 18 – Dubai Air Show
• November 19 – Dubai Air Show
• November 20 – Dubai Air Show
• November 21 – Dubai Air Show
• November 21 – Dubai Seafront
• November 24 – Abu Dhabi
• November 26 – Kuwait
• November 30 – Al Ain Air Show
• December 1 – Al Ain Air Show
• December 2 – Al Ain Air Show
Three guys who killed one guy last night in Marina by stabbing.
A Kuwaiti man in his early twenties was stabbed to death on Thursday at the Marina Mall in Salmiya – the latest of such incidents after a Lebanese doctor was killed at the Avenues Mall a few months ago. Meanwhile, the three suspects have been arrested and a case has been filed.
The acting PM and Minister of Interior (MoI), Sheikh Mohammed Al-Khaled Al-Sabah has expressed his appreciation for the efforts exerted by Hawally detectives and the criminal investigators in unfolding the mystery behind the Marina Mall murder and the arrests they made. MoI’s security media department announced that Hawally detectives have identified the suspects – two Bedoons (stateless citizens) and a Kuwaiti man. They are Saad Thuwaini Kathem (Bedoon), Abdullah Mubarak Mohsen (Bedoon) and Saad Ali Faraj (Kuwaiti).
The brutal murder has provoked angry reactions from several MPs who condemned what they described as a ‘loose security’. In this regard, MP Sa’doun Hammad has urged the Interior Minister to have a stricter grip on security in order to prevent such ‘terrifying murders’ occasionally taking place in Kuwait’s shopping malls. “Once more, the society is shocked by a horrific murder in a shopping mall. The Interior Minister, who is known for his decisiveness, should have a stricter security grip”, he urged.
MP Khalil Al-Saleh said that the Marina Mall murder indicates government’s bad performance and called for more serious actions to be taken to prevent such incidents. MP Hamdan Al-Azmi urged the government to boost security in shopping malls and public places.
By Hanan Al-Saadoun, Staff Writer