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Kuwait City: At least eight people were killed and several others injured when an explosion ripped through a Shia mosque in Kuwait city after Friday prayers, the media reported.

Al Jazeera news network said the explosion shook the al-Sadeq Shia mosque.

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Emergency services rushed the wounded to hospitals from the scene, where thick clouds of black smoke were seen.

Many of the wounded were in critical condition, media reports said.

On May 30, four people were killed in Dammam, a city in eastern Saudi Arabia, after a suicide bomber’s explosives blew up in the parking lot of a Shia mosque.

The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for that attack.

(IANS)

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Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte bans working in Kuwait

Duterte made the comments during a speech on Saturday in Singapore on the sidelines of the 32nd ASEAN Summit, Efe news reported.

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Duterte made the comments during a speech on Saturday in Singapore on the sidelines of the 32nd ASEAN Summit, Efe news reported.
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Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has announced that a ban on Filipinos working in Kuwait will be made permanent and he urged those still working in that country to return home, state media reported on Sunday.

Duterte made the comments during a speech on Saturday in Singapore on the sidelines of the 32nd ASEAN Summit, Efe news reported.

Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has announced that a ban on Filipinos working in Kuwait will be made permanent and he urged those still working in that country to return home, state media reported on Sunday.
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“Those who are there in Kuwait… I now appeal for your sense of patriotism. Come home,” Duterte said.

Duterte in February issued a temporary ban on sending additional workers to Kuwait pending an investigation into the murder of a 29-year-old Filipino house worker, whose body was found in the freezer of her employers. They have been sentenced to death for the murder.

The case sparked outrage in the Philippines and has triggered a diplomatic crisis as thousands of domestic workers left the Gulf nation.

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The Philippine Ambassador in Kuwait, Renato Villa, has also been recalled.

The two nations are due to sign a MoU on the protection of overseas Filipino workers in June. (IANS)

 

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Temple, Mosque, Gurudwara Join Hands In This UP Town

In another incidents, last year in September, when dates of Durgapuja and Muharram clashed, Mishra and Muhammad Rizwan, Haneef's son, took charge

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All religions joined hands together to clean the polluted river. IANS

With inter-community violence reported from many parts of India in a society increasingly polarised on religious and caste lines, a small town in Uttar Pradesh is setting an extraordinary example where a temple, a mosque, and even a gurdwara, have joined hands to clean a polluted river while bringing their communities together.

About 100 km from the state capital Lucknow is the town named Maholi in district Sitapur. Here lies an old Shiva and a Radha-Krishna t