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Today in Kuwait's history



(MENAFN - Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) KUWAIT, Nov 10 (KUNA) -- 1936 -- Four Palestinian teachers arrive in Kuwait to work in Mubarakiya and Ahmadiya Schools.
1968 -- Police College is established to train police force with ultimate objective of preserving security and safety of public.
1994 -- Iraq's Revolutionary Command Council recognizes Kuwait's sovereignty, territorial safety and political independence in compliance with UN Security Council Resolution 833 (1993).
2010 -- Kuwait Airways plane, bound for Bangladesh, makes emergency landing at Kuwait International Airport following detection of smoke in navigation devices room.
2010 -- Ministry of Commerce and Industry revokes a license of a company because it imported rotten meat and distributed it in local market.
2010 -- UNESCO announces Kuwait Chemistry Professor Dr. Fayza Al-Kharafi winner of L'Oreal-UNESCO for Women in Scientific Initiative for 2011.
2010 -- Kuwaiti Dr. Fahad Al-Ghemlas wins McMaster University's medical research award for his research on rehabilitation of acute chronic bronchitis.
2012 -- Kuwait celebrates 50th anniversary of the Constitution, organizes huge fireworks event.
2013 -- Sheikha Riman Al-Sabah, spouse of Kuwait's Ambassador to the US, selected by the Washingtonian Managzine as Washington D.C. most active philanthorpist.
2015 -- Kuwait announces over USD six million contributions to UN agencies.
2017 -- Kuwait wins first place in Cairo Artwork and Media Mondial. (end) bs

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