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· July, 2007

Stories about Kuwait from July, 2007

Kuwait: Summer Party

31 July 2007

Lebanese Maze, who lives in Kuwait, travelled to Jordan and shows us how people party in summer.

Kuwait: Pictures, Sights and Events

29 July 2007

Kuwaiti bloggers are leaping into action, discovering their surroundings, attending events and covering them, keeping tabs on the latest developments on the arrest of the Monster of Hawali and looking for racial slurs on the shelves of supermarkets. Read this post by Abdullatif Al Omar to see what else is happening.

Kuwait: Day 25

27 July 2007

Kuwaiti Zeena continues to update us on her weight loss regime here.

Kuwait: One Year

27 July 2007

It's been a year since someone broke Desert Girl‘s heart, who expresses her feelings in this intense post.

Kuwait: Shadowman Puzzle

27 July 2007

“I understand why cleavage or nudity is usually covered with a black marker, but covering this man completely from head to toe I don’t understand…” writes Lebanese Mark, who lives in Kuwait.

Kuwait: Here & there

22 July 2007

Kuwaiti bloggers are talking about their present and past this week. While two bloggers are looking into their surroundings for inspiration and futuristic projects, another is diving into history to reinstate the rights of Kuwaitis to decide on their own fate, reports Abdullatif AlOmar.

Kuwait: Too Fat

18 July 2007

Chirp from Kuwait was in for a shock when a saleslady told her she was too fat.

Kuwait: Despite the Summer, it's Never Quiet in Here!

15 July 2007

Despite the heat, Kuwaitis are braving the weather and making the most of outdoor activities. While some are enjoying boating and Flugtag games, one Kuwaiti blogger got more than she bargained for when she ventured out to sea without her sun block. Read Abdullatif Al Omar's report of this week's Kuwait round up to learn more.

Kuwait: Dead Fish

11 July 2007

Texan in Kuwait complains that her daughter returned home after spending time on the beach with her nanny with a dead fish in her hand.

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