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Food safety crackdowns continue

KUWAIT: Kuwait Municipality inspectors confiscated 735 kilograms of expired food products during a recent crackdown in Shuwaikh, launched as part of food safety campaigns carried out on the advent of Ramadan. Meanwhile, inspectors filed 31 citations during a similar crackdown at restaurants and shops in Qurain. Furthermore, 60 kilograms of expired food were confiscated and six shops were closed during a crackdown in Farwaniya.

Officer faces charges
A policeman faces charges after he appeared in uniform in a video circulated on social media accompanied by a woman in a compromising position. Police arrested their colleague, along with the girl who was found at a personal property in Kabd and was under the influence of alcohol at the time of arrest, the Interior Ministry said in a statement. The two were sent to the proper authorities for further action.

Illegals arrested
Police arrested 26 people for violating residency and visa regulations. The suspects were arrested in an ambush carried out by police after detectives verified information about their illegal activities. Police were earlier tipped off about a number of people holders of Article 20 visas (domestic helpers) who were offering domestic help services illegally after absconding from their original employers. They were taken to the relevant authorities to face charges.

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