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· February, 2008

Stories about Kuwait from February, 2008

Kuwait: Celebrating National Day through Art

5roofa, from Kuwait, posts the art works of students from the class she teaches to mark her country's National Day.

Kuwait: Power and No Style

Thouq from Kuwait posts the pictures of three gulf politicians, two from Kuwait and one from Bahrain, comments: “With all respect to all our brave women working in politics: you...

Kuwait: A Dusty but Profitable Week

Dust storms are wreaking havoc in Kuwait. But amid the dust, there is a silver lining, with a Cabinet decision to grant an extra KD120 (US $435) monthly bonus for...

Kuwait: Largest Chili's in the World

Kuwait boasts the largest Chili's in the world, announces Mark, who wrote to Chili's to verify the fact.

Kuwait: Knee Problems

Kuwaiti blogger Marzouq complains about knee problems in this post.

Middle East: Protesting Love

Valentine's Day has come and gone, but in the Middle East, the debate still continues on whether it is an occasion which should be celebrated or shunned. With both Saudi...

Kuwait: Anti-Segregation Rally

Eshda3wa from Kuwait attended an anti-segregation rally.” I went with 7alawa my friend, she expected some kind of 70's riot, hell no we wont go kind of thing, and she...

Kuwait: Traffic Jam

Mishary, from Kuwait, posts pictures of a traffic jam.

Kuwait: Crazy Month Rolls By

It's been a 'crazy' period of life at the Kuwaiti blogosphere, reports Abdullatif Al Omar - from crazy weather patterns to nutty Internet connections and price hikes.

Middle East: Internet Outage Enrages Bloggers

What is a blogger without access to the Internet? This was the dilemma facing tens of thousands of bloggers in parts of the Middle East and Asia, after an optical...

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