(MENAFN - Arab Times) Scores of bedoun gathered in Taima for a demonstration in response to a call via the social networking sites, reports Annahar daily. However, the security authorities had made elaborate arrangements to contain the situation. The Special Forces arrested activist Musaed Al-Mesileem following an argument with the securitymen during the demonstration. The demonstrators called for naturalizing them and giving them their rights. The Special Forces confined the demonstrators to inner areas and prevented them from spilling onto the main street. The demonstration coincided with the anniversary of the International Day of Human Rights.
Negligent nurses: A Kuwaiti man recently paid a visit to complain about utmost negligence of the nurses at the Mubarak Al-Kabir Hospital, reports Al-Rai daily. The man said his 4-month-old son was admitted to the hospital because he had breathing problems. The child was on drips and a needle remained in the child's foot for five days which cause severe inflammation. He went on to say when he complained to the concerned doctor he just apologized saying, 'Sorry it was the mistake of the nurse'.
Press report denied: Chairman of the Municipal Council Muhalhal Al- Khaled has denied press reports which said member of the Municipal Council Manea Al-Ajmi was arrested by the Saudi authorities following an argument with a Saudi police officer, reports Al-Seyassah daily. Al-Khaled said Al-Ajmi is in Kuwait and that he spoke to him by the phone.
Safe, cash stolen: Police are looking for an unidentified burglar who allegedly broke into the home of a Kuwaiti man in Hawalli and stole the safe containing KD 2,500 cash, passports and official documents, reports Al-Rai daily.