• 7 Facts about Kuwait

    Learn, Share, Subscribe ------------------------------------------------ Watch the Asian series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRRGIkTyr4u371Fx6e88Qx2N Here is the European Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Follow: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Kuwait. More information about the video content bellow: 1. Kuwait consists almost entirely of flat rolling desert and mud flats. There is a 1,137 m ridge at Mina’ al-Ahmadi and a 290-m prominence in the southwest corner. There are no permanent rivers or lakes, but there are some desert wad...

    published: 27 Dec 2015
  • The Legal Guide to Doing Business in Kuwait

    In this workshop, Faten AlNaqeeb, a lawyer and author of the book 'The Legal Guide to Doing Business in Kuwait', will be covering: - What you need to know about: Agencies, Distributorship, and Franchise under Kuwait law - What you need to know when you set up a company and the common available types of companies as per the new company law no. 25 of year 2015 a) Limited liability b) One person company c) Professional company 3. Open discussion for questions & answers 4. The book signing of her recently published book: The Legal Guide to Doing Business in Kuwait Founder and Head of Al Naqeeb & Partners Law firm, Attorney Al-Naqeeb earned her Bachelor's degree from the Faculty of Law at Kuwait University in 1987 and Master’s degree in International Law from Cambridge College UK. She i...

    published: 10 Mar 2016
  • Kuwait In 3 Minutes - الكويت في ٣ دقائق

    Created By: http://www.instagram.com/kanishkaroshan Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8piAL5rD6wI Notice: You are not allowed to make any sort of revenue/profit or income through this video without the permission of the content owner otherwise legal actions will be taken under the law, terms and copyrights of Youtube. Special thanks to: QCPTV, Mr. Lawrence and Alhashem for the clips and support.

    published: 08 Sep 2015
  • Indians should use the legal excuses for Residents violations says kuwait indian embassy

    താമസ നിയമ ലംഘകര്‍ക്ക് ആഭ്യന്തര മന്ത്രാലയം നല്‍കുന്ന അവസരം ഇന്ത്യക്കാര്‍ പരമാവധി ഉപയോഗപ്പെടുത്തണമെന്ന് കുവൈത്തിലെ ഇന്ത്യന്‍ എംബസി. പിഴയടച്ച് നാട്ടില്‍ പോകാന്‍ തയാറാകുന്നവര്‍ക്ക് എമര്‍ജന്‍സി സര്‍ട്ടിഫിക്കറ്റ് നല്‍കുന്നതിനുള്ള സംവിധാനം ഒരുക്കിയതായും എംബസി അറിയിച്ചു. more news: www.mediaonetv.in watch live: www.mediaonetv.in/watch

    published: 13 Jan 2016
  • visite our website glgq8.com

    Welcome to Gulf Legal Group (GLG). Located in the heart of down town Kuwait City, Gulf Legal Group (GLG) is a unique grouping of specialised multi-lingual international and local attorneys. We provide clients with a breadth of legal expertise in the corporate and financial spheres that few local firms can match in Kuwait and in the region. Gulf Legal Group Lawyer/ Feraih Al-Kouh TeleFax.: 22442626 - 22442727 Kuwait - Al Qebla - Fahad Al-Salem Street Al-Joun Tower - Floor 21

    published: 10 Jul 2015
  • 10 Things You Should NEVER Do In Dubai

    Top 10 things you should never do in Dubai Subscribe to Top 10s ► https://goo.gl/zvGBHe Other videos you might like: 10 Things You Should NEVER Google 10 Weird Jobs That Pay Well Description: From being gay to using your left hand, we countdown the top 10 banned things you should never do in Dubai. It's considered very offensive to use your left hand in Dubai. It is rude to touch things, open doors, eat food or shake hands with people with your left hand. This is because the left hand is to be used for cleaning yourself after going to the toilet. Dubai has strict rules regarding clothing, particularly for women. Women are expected to cover their shoulders and knees. Mini-skirts and crop tops are banned and can lead to arrest if authorities deem your clothing to be too offensive. In most ...

    published: 05 Apr 2016
  • Saudi Arabia executes five men and hangs their bodies from a crane - Truthloader

    Saudi authorities have executed five Yemeni men as punishment for murder and robbery and hung their bodies from a crane in full public view in the southwestern town of Jizan as further punishment. Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/TRUsub More videos from Truthloader: Spain train crash on CCTV - horrible footage of impact: http://bit.ly/137RwtB Who are Hezbollah?: http://bit.ly/18J0jmt How many kids have US drones killed in Pakistan?: http://bit.ly/17bxg7P Shocking video: Man blows himself up in Chinese airport: http://bit.ly/15ZPaLH How the war on drugs in Mexico began (Part 1 of 4): http://bit.ly/1aSY156 The 3 best documented UFO encounters: http://bit.ly/1dBMFlj Rapper shot dead on stage in Brazil: http://bit.ly/12CHRuK 30 unbeliveable facts about the universe in 3 minutes: http:...

    published: 23 May 2013
  • Gulf Legal Group

    Located in the heart of down town Kuwait City, Gulf Legal Group (GLG) is a unique grouping of specialised multi-lingual international and local attorneys. We provide clients with a breadth of legal expertise in the corporate and financial spheres that few local firms can match in Kuwait and in the region. Lawyer/ Feraih Al-Kouh TeleFax.: 22442626 - 22442727 Kuwait - Al Qebla - Fahad Al-Salem Street Al-Joun Tower - Floor 21

    published: 06 Jul 2015
  • Slaves of Dubai

    Most people know Dubai for its massive skyscrapers and luxurious hotels, but few know that the city was built by modern-day slaves. -- For months, the BBC's Ben Anderson hung out around the glittering, insane towers springing up in Dubai trying to infiltrate the community of expatriate workers who are putting them up. What he found when he finally got in was that the jewel of the Arab world is almost entirely built upon imported slave labor. Watch "Why it Never Gets Better in Afghanistan" here: http://bit.ly/VICE-Afghanistan Originally aired in 2009 on http://VICE.com Subscribe for videos that are actually good: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/user/vice/videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com Like VICE on Facebo...

    published: 08 Aug 2012
  • 12 Things Not To Do In Dubai

    Dubai is a fun and frivolous playground on the Persian Gulf, but don’t consider it the Vegas of the Middle East. Many a foreigner has been thrown in jail for unwittingly committing an offense. So here are 12 things not to do when in Dubai. Number 1; Don’t do Drugs. Dubai has zero tolerance towards possession, use and selling of drugs. Even prescription drugs may be considered contraband. 2. Don’t Drink in Public. Go easy on that all-you-can-drink champagne brunch, nightclub or bar binge. 3. No Nudity. Women must refrain from going topless at the beach. And even men should cover-up, when walking through the streets. 4. No Song and Dance. Don't play loud music or dance in the streets. Resist the urge until you’re on an official dance floor. 5. No Kissing in Public. A British coup...

    published: 22 Apr 2015
  • 10 Common Things Banned In Russia

    Top 10 normal everyday stuff that were made illegal to Russians by Vladimir Putin. Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg Other Videos You Might Like Real People Who Look Like Dolls https://youtu.be/y2EhRFwIzkI 10 Countries With The Most Beautiful People https://youtu.be/rUaFPesQfZk Description: Russia is an impressive land with an impressive history. The largest country on the planet, its lands cross several time zones and stretch from Europe all the way to the edge of North America. Across its vast expanse can be found mountains, deserts, arctic tundra, vast forests, marshlands and massive plains. Its population is large, and at around 145 million is made up of numerous cultures and religions. While Russian is the primary language of the people, there are around 100 other lang...

    published: 14 Oct 2015
  • KUWAIT - At the Frontline | الكويت في الخط الامامي للعمل الانساني (FULL DOCUMENTARY)

    This 30 minute documentary about Kuwait's Global Humanitarian efforts and the 'Humanitarian Leader' award from the United Nations to His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, was produced by QCPTV for the Ministry of Information (Kuwait Television), to find out more please visit www.qcptv.com or contact our local team kuwait @ qcptv.com +96569982931. All rights reserved by QCPTV & the Kuwait Ministry of Information. SPEAKERS (in order of appearance) Ross Mountain, United Nations Resident Coordinator & UNDP Resident Representative, Lebanon Dr. Mubasher Riaz Sheikh, United Nations Resident Coordinator & UNDP Resident Representative, Kuwait Gustavo Gonzales, United Nations Sub-Regional Development Coordinator & Response Facility, Syria Crisis Zainab Qambar, United Nations - OCHA...

    published: 03 Jan 2016
  • 10 Countries And Their Shocking Death Penalty Laws

    The death penalty is the most extreme consequence most people can think of for a crime. Therefore, it should be reserved for the most unconscionable of all crimes. At least, that’s what you would think. Not all countries are as liberal as those in what is considered the “first world”. Some countries consider petty crimes like theft, and public intoxication, extreme offenses worthy of the worst punishment possible. Of course, as always, that is only if you get caught. But would you be willing to risk death to steal a loaf of bread? Canada abolished the death penalty in 1976, and only 32 states in the USA still uphold capital punishment for extreme cases. In Europe, Belarus and Kazakhstan are the only countries that still allow the death penalty, although it is rare. Some people believe th...

    published: 25 Jan 2015
  • Inside Story: Can Kuwait justify mandatory DNA testing?

    Kuwait has been jolted into taking drastic measures to improve security. A new law has been passed for mandatory DNA testing of its more than four million citizens and foreign residents. It's the first country in the world to make testing compulsory for its entire population. Those who refuse risk a big fine and a year in jail. Kuwait's parliament took swift action following the bombing of a Shia Muslim mosque on June 26, which killed 26 worshippers in Kuwait City. Fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) said they carried out the attack. Kuwait’s mandatory DNA testing would be illegal in Europe, where the Court of Human Rights ruled that Britain's so-called "blanket and indiscriminate" storage of DNA data violated the right to privacy. So can countries ...

    published: 13 Jul 2015
  • UK: KUWAIT COURT SENTENCES MAN TO DEATH FOR BECOMING A CHRISTIAN

    English/Nat A religious court in Kuwait has effectively sentenced a businessman to death for apostasy or converting to Christianity. Forty-four year old Robert Hussein has had to give up his wife, children, passport and possessions and is now in hiding, fearing for his life. British Christians are campaigning on behalf of Hussein, saying the Kuwaitis should become more tolerant - especially after the West fought for them during the Gulf War. Walton-on-Thames baptist Church in Surrey. It is here that some Christians - who'd heard about the plight of Robert Hussein - are trying to help him. Hussein lives in fear of his life - but his only crime was converting to Christianity. He converted after taking the Koran too literally when it commanded him to consult the Bi...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • New Kuwait Currency 2014

    H.E. the Governor of the Central Bank of Kuwait, Dr. Mohammad Y. Al-Hashel unveiled the new sixth issue of Kuwaiti banknotes. The celebration event was held on Monday, May 19, 2014. The new currency will be in circulation from June 29, 2014. Note: Launching the sixth issue of the new Kuwaiti banknotes into circulation will not affect the validity of the current fifth issue of the Kuwaiti banknotes, which will maintain its legal validity until an official decision to withdraw it from circulation is announced.

    published: 20 May 2014
7 Facts about Kuwait

7 Facts about Kuwait

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Learn, Share, Subscribe ------------------------------------------------ Watch the Asian series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRRGIkTyr4u371Fx6e88Qx2N Here is the European Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Follow: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Kuwait. More information about the video content bellow: 1. Kuwait consists almost entirely of flat rolling desert and mud flats. There is a 1,137 m ridge at Mina’ al-Ahmadi and a 290-m prominence in the southwest corner. There are no permanent rivers or lakes, but there are some desert wadis that collect water during the rains. 2. The temperature in Kuwait during summer time (June-September) can easily reach 50 degrees Celsius, making it almost impossible for human beings to survive in the outdoors for the most part of summer days and nights. 3. In 2006, Kuwait became the first country to introduce the sport of camel racing, with remote controlled robot jockeys. Camel jockeys were replaced by mechanical robots from 2005 because camel owners were found to be involved in human trafficking for riders, buying children from countries like Pakistan and India for their smaller frames. 4. Kuwait is the only country in the world with no natural water supply from lakes or reservoirs but it did open its first grass golf course in 2005. Kuwait relies on water desalination as a primary source of fresh water for drinking and domestic purposes. 5. 90% of Kuwait's population live within the Kuwait Bay coast. The country is generally low lying, with the highest point being 306 m above sea-level. It has nine islands, all of which, with the exception of Failaka Island, are uninhabited. 6. Soil contamination due to oil and soot accumulation had made eastern and south-eastern parts of Kuwait uninhabitable. Sand and oil residue had reduced large parts of the Kuwaiti desert to semi-asphalt surfaces. 7. As of 2015, Kuwait is the fifth richest country on Earth, with a GDP per capita of over 70000$, surpassing countries like Norway, UAE, Switzerland or even the US. More Info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kuwait http://www.worldsrichestcountries.com/ Music: Beat DoctorOrganic (Electric edit) http://freemusicarchive.org/ Images: http://www.livingthedream-blog.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Stretch-of-Desert-Kuwait-Saudi-Arabia-Border.jpg https://janaralyspeaking.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/star-gazing-kuwait-desert-salmi-trail-march-2013-6.jpg http://owegoo.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Kuwait.jpg https://s.w-x.co/GettyImages-482332660_master.jpg http://darkroom.baltimoresun.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/REU-KUWAIT.jpg https://files.foreignaffairs.com/styles/media_gallery/s3/images/media/2015/10/08/rtr3czwh.jpg?itok=ixo4924I http://img06.deviantart.net/6d98/i/2006/264/2/9/cracked_land_by_zivsade.jpg http://www.livetradingnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Kuwait.jpg http://s1.dmcdn.net/MiwHE/1280x720-0Y9.jpg http://oudtojazz.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/IMG_2335.jpg http://media.jrn.com/images/biogenesis08p2.jpg https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5260/5561828343_c9096e2706_o_d.jpg https://images-blogger-opensocial.googleusercontent.com/gadgets/proxy?url=http%3A%2F%2F3.bp.blogspot.com%2F-I0tdk-V92aA%2FVLN-NbDCjUI%2FAAAAAAAAWBg%2FRF-Gv6EMJFM%2Fs1600%2F191471100855446-100855446-gold-bars-2rr.1910x1000.jpg&container=blogger&gadget=a&rewriteMime=image%2F* https://i.ytimg.com/vi/FoCYR1jOq24/maxresdefault.jpg Intro: Creation by Shaheen http://topfreeintro.com/creation-free-intro-template-after-effecs/ Jonjass Designs https://www.youtube.com/user/JonjassDesigns Intro Music: DJ Goodman – Japanese Flute (Dubstep Mix) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JH_H_-I4Hw
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The Legal Guide to Doing Business in Kuwait

The Legal Guide to Doing Business in Kuwait

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  • Updated: 10 Mar 2016
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In this workshop, Faten AlNaqeeb, a lawyer and author of the book 'The Legal Guide to Doing Business in Kuwait', will be covering: - What you need to know about: Agencies, Distributorship, and Franchise under Kuwait law - What you need to know when you set up a company and the common available types of companies as per the new company law no. 25 of year 2015 a) Limited liability b) One person company c) Professional company 3. Open discussion for questions & answers 4. The book signing of her recently published book: The Legal Guide to Doing Business in Kuwait Founder and Head of Al Naqeeb & Partners Law firm, Attorney Al-Naqeeb earned her Bachelor's degree from the Faculty of Law at Kuwait University in 1987 and Master’s degree in International Law from Cambridge College UK. She is licensed in Kuwait as a practicing lawyer before the High Appeal, Cassation and Constitutional Courts. Al-Naqeeb has over 28 years’ of experience in all aspects of Kuwaiti law, GCC & Middle East laws, including extensive experience in mega infrastructure projects, project finance, and all aspects of the oil and gas industry.
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Kuwait In 3 Minutes - الكويت في ٣ دقائق

Kuwait In 3 Minutes - الكويت في ٣ دقائق

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Created By: http://www.instagram.com/kanishkaroshan Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8piAL5rD6wI Notice: You are not allowed to make any sort of revenue/profit or income through this video without the permission of the content owner otherwise legal actions will be taken under the law, terms and copyrights of Youtube. Special thanks to: QCPTV, Mr. Lawrence and Alhashem for the clips and support.
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Indians should use the legal excuses for Residents violations says kuwait indian embassy

Indians should use the legal excuses for Residents violations says kuwait indian embassy

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താമസ നിയമ ലംഘകര്‍ക്ക് ആഭ്യന്തര മന്ത്രാലയം നല്‍കുന്ന അവസരം ഇന്ത്യക്കാര്‍ പരമാവധി ഉപയോഗപ്പെടുത്തണമെന്ന് കുവൈത്തിലെ ഇന്ത്യന്‍ എംബസി. പിഴയടച്ച് നാട്ടില്‍ പോകാന്‍ തയാറാകുന്നവര്‍ക്ക് എമര്‍ജന്‍സി സര്‍ട്ടിഫിക്കറ്റ് നല്‍കുന്നതിനുള്ള സംവിധാനം ഒരുക്കിയതായും എംബസി അറിയിച്ചു. more news: www.mediaonetv.in watch live: www.mediaonetv.in/watch
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visite our website glgq8.com

visite our website glgq8.com

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Welcome to Gulf Legal Group (GLG). Located in the heart of down town Kuwait City, Gulf Legal Group (GLG) is a unique grouping of specialised multi-lingual international and local attorneys. We provide clients with a breadth of legal expertise in the corporate and financial spheres that few local firms can match in Kuwait and in the region. Gulf Legal Group Lawyer/ Feraih Al-Kouh TeleFax.: 22442626 - 22442727 Kuwait - Al Qebla - Fahad Al-Salem Street Al-Joun Tower - Floor 21
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10 Things You Should NEVER Do In Dubai

10 Things You Should NEVER Do In Dubai

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Top 10 things you should never do in Dubai Subscribe to Top 10s ► https://goo.gl/zvGBHe Other videos you might like: 10 Things You Should NEVER Google 10 Weird Jobs That Pay Well Description: From being gay to using your left hand, we countdown the top 10 banned things you should never do in Dubai. It's considered very offensive to use your left hand in Dubai. It is rude to touch things, open doors, eat food or shake hands with people with your left hand. This is because the left hand is to be used for cleaning yourself after going to the toilet. Dubai has strict rules regarding clothing, particularly for women. Women are expected to cover their shoulders and knees. Mini-skirts and crop tops are banned and can lead to arrest if authorities deem your clothing to be too offensive. In most busy cities, you will find street performers and buskers. However, in Dubai the only places you will find these people is in jail. It is not allowed to publicly sing or dance in Dubai. You are not publicly allowed to show much kind of affection for your significant other in Dubai. People found kissing in public can be arrested and sometimes even sent back to their own countries if visiting on vacation. Publicly drinking is banned in Dubai. You can drink at home if you wish, however you have to apply for a liquor licence. You must also get a permit to be able to drink in licensed venues. If you are homosexual and planning to travel to Dubai, you might want to keep your sexual orientation hidden. This is because any sexual relations outside of a traditional heterosexual marriage is illegal in Dubai. As a tourist, you will likely want to document your stay with some photos. But beware what you take photos of. While in other big cities around the world, people may be more tolerant of being a model for some street photography. However, in Dubai, locals will not take kindly to you taking photos of them without permission. Taking photographs of government buildings is also prohibited in the country. Dubai has 0 tolerance for any drug related offences. The penalties for smuggling and possession of even small amounts can lead to severe punishments such as the death penalty. While in most busy cities it is a common sight to see drivers giving each other the finger or people having explicit arguments in the street. In Dubai, swearing of any sort is strictly prohibited. Swearing and making rude gestures is considered as obscene acts and can get you arrested or deported. These punishments also apply to people caught swearing online. One of the most offensive things you could do in Dubai is be nude, or very partially dressed in a public area. Even on beaches people are expected to wear modest swimsuits, rather than bikinis. Our Social Media: Subscribe here ► https://goo.gl/zvGBHe Donate to Top 10s ► http://bit.ly/top10spt Follow Top 10s on Twitter ► http://bit.ly/top10stw Like Top 10s on Facebook ► http://bit.ly/top10sfb Add Top 10s on Google+ ► http://bit.ly/top10sgplus Follow Top 10s on Instagram ► http://bit.ly/top10sig Add Top 10s on Snapchat ► top_10s Featuring: Use Your Left Hand Revealing Clothing Song and Dance Kissing Drinking Being Gay Photography Drugs Swearing Nudity Credits: Intro: Mirage Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Music: Fat Caps Ben Shaw (audioautix.com) Top 10s is the best YouTube channel for top 10 lists on viral videos, shocking facts, most amazing people, controversial topics, scary stories, urban legends, funny things and facts you won't believe. For business inquiries, issues or other contact, please message us via YouTube or email toptens@europe.com Special thanks to: http://www.videezy.com/members/bk-vids
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Saudi Arabia executes five men and hangs their bodies from a crane - Truthloader

Saudi Arabia executes five men and hangs their bodies from a crane - Truthloader

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Saudi authorities have executed five Yemeni men as punishment for murder and robbery and hung their bodies from a crane in full public view in the southwestern town of Jizan as further punishment. Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/TRUsub More videos from Truthloader: Spain train crash on CCTV - horrible footage of impact: http://bit.ly/137RwtB Who are Hezbollah?: http://bit.ly/18J0jmt How many kids have US drones killed in Pakistan?: http://bit.ly/17bxg7P Shocking video: Man blows himself up in Chinese airport: http://bit.ly/15ZPaLH How the war on drugs in Mexico began (Part 1 of 4): http://bit.ly/1aSY156 The 3 best documented UFO encounters: http://bit.ly/1dBMFlj Rapper shot dead on stage in Brazil: http://bit.ly/12CHRuK 30 unbeliveable facts about the universe in 3 minutes: http://bit.ly/12SfsgF Is the Five Eyes Alliance watching you?: http://bit.ly/13pcTBM Edward Snowden's statement on Prism, asylum and Obama: http://bit.ly/17HENOt Is Egypt heading for another revolution?: http://bit.ly/16NMsd6 What is NATO doing in Afghanistan?: http://bit.ly/15feRcQ Syrian opposition execute three civilians near Aleppo: http://bit.ly/19jiUWi Russian post men having a bad day: http://bit.ly/19SXIGM A history of the NSA: http://bit.ly/10AteZQ CIA drone war: How has the US got away with it?: http://bit.ly/16dVqQu Check out our Top 20 videos playlist: http://bit.ly/V55Vna Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/truthloader Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/truthloader Join us on Google+: http://google.com/+truthloader Read our reddit: http://reddit.com/r/truthloader Truthloader is a channel dedicated to citizen journalism. We find the best examples of crowd-sourced video and independent content, then use our expertise to add context and analysis. We respond to the stories you're interested in, so if you've got a story you'd love us to get to the bottom of, tweet us, Facebook us, or respond to our videos with a comment - and perhaps check out our reddit.
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Gulf Legal Group

Gulf Legal Group

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Located in the heart of down town Kuwait City, Gulf Legal Group (GLG) is a unique grouping of specialised multi-lingual international and local attorneys. We provide clients with a breadth of legal expertise in the corporate and financial spheres that few local firms can match in Kuwait and in the region. Lawyer/ Feraih Al-Kouh TeleFax.: 22442626 - 22442727 Kuwait - Al Qebla - Fahad Al-Salem Street Al-Joun Tower - Floor 21
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Slaves of Dubai

Slaves of Dubai

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Most people know Dubai for its massive skyscrapers and luxurious hotels, but few know that the city was built by modern-day slaves. -- For months, the BBC's Ben Anderson hung out around the glittering, insane towers springing up in Dubai trying to infiltrate the community of expatriate workers who are putting them up. What he found when he finally got in was that the jewel of the Arab world is almost entirely built upon imported slave labor. Watch "Why it Never Gets Better in Afghanistan" here: http://bit.ly/VICE-Afghanistan Originally aired in 2009 on http://VICE.com Subscribe for videos that are actually good: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/user/vice/videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com
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12 Things Not To Do In Dubai

12 Things Not To Do In Dubai

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  • Updated: 22 Apr 2015
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Dubai is a fun and frivolous playground on the Persian Gulf, but don’t consider it the Vegas of the Middle East. Many a foreigner has been thrown in jail for unwittingly committing an offense. So here are 12 things not to do when in Dubai. Number 1; Don’t do Drugs. Dubai has zero tolerance towards possession, use and selling of drugs. Even prescription drugs may be considered contraband. 2. Don’t Drink in Public. Go easy on that all-you-can-drink champagne brunch, nightclub or bar binge. 3. No Nudity. Women must refrain from going topless at the beach. And even men should cover-up, when walking through the streets. 4. No Song and Dance. Don't play loud music or dance in the streets. Resist the urge until you’re on an official dance floor. 5. No Kissing in Public. A British couple was jailed for having sex on a beach, but even kissing can get you in trouble. 6. Watch your Tongue. Avoid cussing and blasphemous remarks against Islam. Many foreigners have been jailed for making an off-the-cuff comment. 7. Keep Style Sensible. Dubai is a stylish cosmopolitan city but there has been a recent crackdown on women wearing tight, short, skimpy, or suggestive clothing. 8. Watch your Photography. It is considered rude and intrusive to snap shots of people, especially women, without expressed permission. 9. Watch Your Wallet. Dubai has a low crime rate and one tends to get complacent but petty crime does happen here, as everywhere. 10. Keep Your Gay Views on the Quiet. Any sexual relations outside of a traditional marriage is considered a crime in Dubai. 11. Don’t Eat in Public During Ramadan. Do not eat, drink or smoke in public while Muslims are fasting. Even chewing gum is disrespectful. And number 12. Don’t Use Your Left Hand! The left hand is traditionally used for “body hygiene” in Muslim cultures, so don’t greet anyone with a left handed shake, open doors and above all, don’t hand somebody food, with your left hand. Now you can enjoy your stay in one of the World's most influential cities.
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10 Common Things Banned In Russia

10 Common Things Banned In Russia

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Top 10 normal everyday stuff that were made illegal to Russians by Vladimir Putin. Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/9CwQhg Other Videos You Might Like Real People Who Look Like Dolls https://youtu.be/y2EhRFwIzkI 10 Countries With The Most Beautiful People https://youtu.be/rUaFPesQfZk Description: Russia is an impressive land with an impressive history. The largest country on the planet, its lands cross several time zones and stretch from Europe all the way to the edge of North America. Across its vast expanse can be found mountains, deserts, arctic tundra, vast forests, marshlands and massive plains. Its population is large, and at around 145 million is made up of numerous cultures and religions. While Russian is the primary language of the people, there are around 100 other languages spoken in a country which is home to over 150 ethnicities. Historically, Russia has experienced a rather turbulent, if impressive past. Growing to become one of the largest empires in the world, the First World War led to the collapse of country as revolution swept through. Several decades as part of the Soviet Union saw Russia maintain a powerful standing in the world, but that too eventually crumbled. In the 1990s, terrible financial problems and political instability saw Russia’s standing in the world drop markedly. The past decade has seen the country stabilize somewhat under the watch of Vladimir Putin. Under Putin, the country has followed a conservative line, emphasizing traditional values and following policies reminiscent of the Soviet-era. This ‘new’ Russia definitely has the look of the ‘old’ Soviet Union to anyone on the outside. Military buildups, resumption of nuclear bomber flights, aggressive and expansionist foreign policies and the resumption of strong anti-Western sentiments all mark today’s Russia under Putin. In a way, Russian leadership has taken the directionless ship that was Russia in the 1990s and steered it on a new and clear course. This has led to the resumption of butting heads with Western nations, something which was so common over 20 years ago. While the evening news seems to always have a story or two about what Russia is doing next in the world, it’s what’s happening inside the country that often goes unnoticed. Here, government laws and decrees can seem harsh and short-sighted. Nonetheless, in an effort to impose order and help shape Russia in the best way they see possible, government officials slap a number of bans on various activities and goods – for the good of the people. On the outside looking in, these can look like the act of a dictator but a stream of polls constantly show the Russian people are in support of the government and the direction it is taking the country. Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRichest.org Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRichest_Com Instagram: http://instagram.com/therichest Featuring: Memes Western Food and Soap Sex Ed Swearing The Conflict in Ukraine Lingerie Being Emo GayPropaganda” Certain Drivers Yoga For more videos and articles visit: http://www.therichest.com/ TheRichest is the world's leading source of shocking and intriguing content surrounding celebrities, money, global events, society, pop culture, sports and much more. We create high quality top 10 and top 5 list based videos filled with mind blowing interesting and entertaining facts you are going to love and enjoy. Currently updating every day!
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KUWAIT - At the Frontline | الكويت في الخط الامامي للعمل الانساني (FULL DOCUMENTARY)

KUWAIT - At the Frontline | الكويت في الخط الامامي للعمل الانساني (FULL DOCUMENTARY)

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This 30 minute documentary about Kuwait's Global Humanitarian efforts and the 'Humanitarian Leader' award from the United Nations to His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, was produced by QCPTV for the Ministry of Information (Kuwait Television), to find out more please visit www.qcptv.com or contact our local team kuwait @ qcptv.com +96569982931. All rights reserved by QCPTV & the Kuwait Ministry of Information. SPEAKERS (in order of appearance) Ross Mountain, United Nations Resident Coordinator & UNDP Resident Representative, Lebanon Dr. Mubasher Riaz Sheikh, United Nations Resident Coordinator & UNDP Resident Representative, Kuwait Gustavo Gonzales, United Nations Sub-Regional Development Coordinator & Response Facility, Syria Crisis Zainab Qambar, United Nations - OCHA Humanitarian Affairs Officer, Kuwait Helen Clark, United Nations Development Programme Administrator Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary General Valerie Amos, United Nations Former Under-Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs & Emergency Relief Coordination Luca Renda, Country Director, United Nations Development Programme, Lebanon Sheikh Mohammed Abdullah Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah, Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs, State of Kuwait Dr. Abdullah Matouq Al-Matouq, International Islamic Charity Organisation Chairman, Advisor Al-Divan Al-Amiri, United Nations Secretary General Humanitarian Envoy to Kuwait Abdulwahab Al-Bader, Director General, Kuwait Fund Fareah Al Saqqaf, Loyac Co-Founder, Chairperson and Managing Director Sheikha Al-Zain Sabah Al-Nasser Al-Sabah, Under Secretary of State for Youth Affairs, Sate of Kuwait Dr. Yousef Al-Ebraheem, Advisor Al-Diwan Al-Amiri, State of Kuwait Mohammed Yani, Tsunami Survivor Azwar Muhammad, Local Volunteer for KRCS 2005-2011 Siti Khadijah, Local Resident, Sheikh Jaber Village (Indonesia) Abdul Rahman Al-Oun, Director General, Kuwait Red Crescent Society Jassem Qambar, KRCS Disaster Logistics Officer in Indonesia Mrs. Yousmaiati, Local Resident, Sheikh Jaber Village (Indonesia) Mrs. Fauziani, Local Resident, Sheikh Jaber Village (Indonesia) Mr. Zulkarnaen, Teacher at Al-Mubarakeya School (Indonesia) Dr. Margaret Chan, Director General, World Health Organisation Mohammad Abboud, Syrian Refugee Living in Jordan, Amman Ghazi Salah Al-Din Ghazal, Syrian Refugee living in Jordan, Amman Youssef Hamadi, Syrian Refugee living in Zaatari Camp, Jordan Fatima Said, Syrian Refugee living in Zaatari Camp, Jordan Dr. Musaed Rashed Al-Enizi, Director of the Volunteer and Legal Affairs Departments at KRCS Youssef Said Saker, Bread Factory Owner Ms. Raja Abboud, Financial and Managing Director of the Amel Association in Bazourieh Centre Ghana Awad, Syrian Refugee living in Al-Maashouq, Lebanon Salim Awad, Syrian Refugee living in Al-Maashouq, Lebanon Minako Manome, Programme Specialist Livelihoods and Recovery, United Nations Development Programme, Jordan Sarah Al-Hubaidah, Loyac Volunteer (Homes Project) Mubarak Al-Azmi, Loyac Volunteer (Homes Project) His Highness the Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah MOVIE CREDITS DIRECTOR & PRODUCER Lawrence J. Ireton CO-DIRECTOR & PRODUCER Witold Wilczynski CREATIVE DIRECTOR Nathalie Veys EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Samia Hamidouche SCRIPT WRITER Alexander Thomas SCRIPT SUPERVISOR Robert Bennett EDITOR Kristof Deak ASSISTANT EDITOR Szabolcs Kovari CINEMATOGRAPHY (KUWAIT/LEBANON/JORDAN/INDONESIA/LONDON) Bart Sienkiewicz – Cinematographer David Pulgarin – Camera Assistant & Steadicam Operator Rasika Samantha Bulathsinhalage – Grip Paulo De Sousa – Lighting Assistant CINEMATOGRAPHY (NIGERIA/EGPYT) Javier Morgade – Cinematographer Guillermo M. Diez – Camera Assistant HELICOPTER CINELFEX OPERATORS Christopher Gerald Hughes Dillon Pistorius COMPOSER Lennert Busch SOUND DESIGNER Mauricio d’Orey VISUAL EFFECTS / MOTION GRAPHICS Adam Besenyoi Viktor Szemerey COLOURIST Gwyn Evans NARRATOR Philippe Duquenoy KUWAIT GOVERNMENT RELATIONS Mohammed Ben Naji, Khalid Al-Ajlan, Ahmed Dashti, Fatema Al-Qallaf ARCHIVE PROVIDERS UNICEF, Beachfrontbroll, Mitch Martinez Cinematographer, Charles Pertwee Cinematographer, Associated Press, TVN, Kuwait Fund, Kuwait Red Crescent Society SPECIAL THANKS Adam Aba-Husein, Gustavo Gonzales, Tom Thorogood, UNDP, UNRWA, UNHCR, UN OCHA, Generix Post Production, Focus 24 Rental PRODUCED BY QCPTV COPYRIGHT BY Ministry of Information
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10 Countries And Their Shocking Death Penalty Laws

10 Countries And Their Shocking Death Penalty Laws

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The death penalty is the most extreme consequence most people can think of for a crime. Therefore, it should be reserved for the most unconscionable of all crimes. At least, that’s what you would think. Not all countries are as liberal as those in what is considered the “first world”. Some countries consider petty crimes like theft, and public intoxication, extreme offenses worthy of the worst punishment possible. Of course, as always, that is only if you get caught. But would you be willing to risk death to steal a loaf of bread? Canada abolished the death penalty in 1976, and only 32 states in the USA still uphold capital punishment for extreme cases. In Europe, Belarus and Kazakhstan are the only countries that still allow the death penalty, although it is rare. Some people believe the death penalty is the only thing that murderers and rapists deserve, but others believe in forgiveness, and that an eye for an eye will not solve anything. Besides, what would be worse, death, or being confined in a single cell for the rest of your life? Prison in a lot of the countries that uphold the death penalty have the potential to be a lot worse than death. For some, the death penalty ends up being a form of mercy. Countdown titles 10. Saudi ArabiaHomosexuality 9. ChinaTax fraud 8. IranExecution of minors 7. Iraq – Coerced confessions leading to execution 6. Yemen – Execution without trial 5. North KoreaPublic execution 4. SudanProstitution 3. SomaliaAdultery 2. AfghanistanApostasy 1. TurkeyForced to commit suicide Thanks for Subscribing! :)
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Inside Story: Can Kuwait justify mandatory DNA testing?

Inside Story: Can Kuwait justify mandatory DNA testing?

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Kuwait has been jolted into taking drastic measures to improve security. A new law has been passed for mandatory DNA testing of its more than four million citizens and foreign residents. It's the first country in the world to make testing compulsory for its entire population. Those who refuse risk a big fine and a year in jail. Kuwait's parliament took swift action following the bombing of a Shia Muslim mosque on June 26, which killed 26 worshippers in Kuwait City. Fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) said they carried out the attack. Kuwait’s mandatory DNA testing would be illegal in Europe, where the Court of Human Rights ruled that Britain's so-called "blanket and indiscriminate" storage of DNA data violated the right to privacy. So can countries balance the need for security and privacy? Presenter : Dareen Abughaida Guests: Mohammed Al Abdullah Al Sabah - Kuwaiti Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs. Jennifer Temkin - a professor of law and member of the National DNA Database Ethics Group. Helen Wallace - director of GeneWatch UK and currently leading a project looking at safeguards for the national DNA database. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website http://www.aljazeera.com
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UK: KUWAIT COURT SENTENCES MAN TO DEATH FOR BECOMING A CHRISTIAN

UK: KUWAIT COURT SENTENCES MAN TO DEATH FOR BECOMING A CHRISTIAN

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English/Nat A religious court in Kuwait has effectively sentenced a businessman to death for apostasy or converting to Christianity. Forty-four year old Robert Hussein has had to give up his wife, children, passport and possessions and is now in hiding, fearing for his life. British Christians are campaigning on behalf of Hussein, saying the Kuwaitis should become more tolerant - especially after the West fought for them during the Gulf War. Walton-on-Thames baptist Church in Surrey. It is here that some Christians - who'd heard about the plight of Robert Hussein - are trying to help him. Hussein lives in fear of his life - but his only crime was converting to Christianity. He converted after taking the Koran too literally when it commanded him to consult the Bible as well as the Koran. By becoming a Christian, he broke Sharia law (Islamic law). It rules that a man found guilty of apostasy is divested of his property, family possessions and sentenced to death by the Sharia law court. It is then possible for him to be tried by the Sharia courts - and if an Iman declares a death sentence it is then legal for any Muslim to kill him. Hussein is now in hiding in Kuwait - there have also been rumours that his wife was abducted and raped. Several Christian organisations across the world have taken it upon themselves to campaign for Hussein - including here in Britain. Hundreds of letters have been written by British Christians protesting about his case. Local organisations have joined forces and bombarded the Kuwaiti embassy and the British government with letters. SOUNDBITE: "If by writing we can help bring about his release then that is what we shall do. We just believe in a total freedom for everybody to choose." VOXPOP - Christian missionary Congregation member Stephen Makepeace is a committed Christian - he has been writing to British MPs appealing for their help. He says he and other Christians will continue with their mission until the problem has been solved. SOUNDBITE: "We will continue to write letters, we will continue to push various members of parliament and we will continue to, I say we as Christians throughout the nation, will continue to push members of parliament, the press and the Kuwait embassy until we get a satisfactory and constitutional resolution to this problem." SUPER CAPTION: Stephen Makepeace - congregation member But there is another issue at hand as well. Christians feel Kuwait cannot persecute Christians - especially as it were Christian soldiers who helped them be liberated from Iraq. SOUNDBITE: "We sent our sons and brothers and friends over to Kuwait, the Americans, the British, we sent over half a (m) million men and women - Christian men and women - to fight to liberate that country, to actually reinstate that government. And here we are five years down the road and a man who says 'I'm a Christian' faces the death sentence. I think that's quite horrendous." SUPER CAPTION: Stephen Makepeace - congregation member The Kuwaiti kingdom is supposed to be tolerant of religion. But in this case tolerance seems an empty word. Hussein is being persecuted for a crime that does not actually exist. He may have broken Sharia law but has not broken the civil law of Kuwait. APTV put this to an Iman at the mosque in Regent's Park in London. But Mohammed El-Sharkawy says that although the Koran encourages free thought, in Hussein's case he must respect the law of the land. SOUNDBITE: "Because Mr. Hussein he is living in Kuwait and Kuwait is an Islamic country, he has to respect the Islamic law there. If he was living in this country he can do whatever he would like." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d8b24e27634bd9431659c58f5991775c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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New Kuwait Currency 2014

New Kuwait Currency 2014

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H.E. the Governor of the Central Bank of Kuwait, Dr. Mohammad Y. Al-Hashel unveiled the new sixth issue of Kuwaiti banknotes. The celebration event was held on Monday, May 19, 2014. The new currency will be in circulation from June 29, 2014. Note: Launching the sixth issue of the new Kuwaiti banknotes into circulation will not affect the validity of the current fifth issue of the Kuwaiti banknotes, which will maintain its legal validity until an official decision to withdraw it from circulation is announced.
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