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Today In Kuwait's History


(MENAFN- Kuwait News Agency (KUNA))

KUWAIT, Jan 25 (KUNA) --

1969 -- Bomb explosions took place at Kuwait National Assembly, house of Interior and Defense Minister Sheikh Saad Al-Abdullah Al-Sabah, and Ministry of Interior building. Twenty-one Kuwaiti nationals and a Palestinian man were arrested. They were members of the Gulf Liberation Front, an offshoot of the Arab Nationalist movement.
1984 -- Mohammad Al-Nashmi, a renowned actor, passed away at age of 57.
1991 -- Island of Qarouh was the first Kuwaiti land to be liberated by the US-led coalition from the Iraqi occupation. Flag of Kuwait was hoisted on the island to mark its liberation.
2002 -- The National Assembly (parliament) passed a draft proposal increasing the capital of the Kuwait Credit Bank (KCB), thus providing much needed liquidity to fund house construction loans. (end) gta

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