Kuwait ruler dissolves parliament, clearing way for early election

Kuwaiti Emir Sabah Al-Ahmed on Sunday dissolved parliament, the state news agency KUNA reported, a move clearing the way for an early election in the oil-producing Gulf country.

Kuwait increases petrol prices as low oil prices bite

Kuwait started enforcing increases in domestic petrol prices on Thursday as low oil prices have put pressure on the crude-producing Gulf country's budget.

Sale of land to Arabs jeopardising Bosnia's survival?

An increasingly frequent sale of land in Bosnia and Herzegovina to companies and people from Arab countries may pose a real long-term problem for the country and the unclear origin of money used...

Kuwait arrests 10 Iranians for alleged infiltration bid

Kuwait said on Sunday it had arrested 10 Iranians while they were trying to illegally enter the country, an incident that could further strain the Gulf nation's ties with Tehran.

Kuwaiti court sentences two to death for spying for Iran

A Kuwaiti court sentenced two men to death on Tuesday on charges of spying for Iran and the Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah.

Kuwait recalls Tehran ambassador amid growing Saudi-Iran dispute

Kuwait recalled its ambassador Tuesday from Iran amid a growing regional dispute surrounding Saudi Arabia's weekend execution of a dissident Shiite cleric.