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Today In Kuwait History:

(MENAFN- Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) KUWAIT, March 17 (KUNA) --

1950 -- The first boy scouts camp opened in Funaitees area. Boy scouts from Mubarakiya, Ahmadi, Merqab, Al-Sabah, Qebliya, Sharqiya, Muthanna, Al-Najah, Omar bin Al-Khattab and Khaled bin Al-Waleed schools participated in the camp.
1974 -- Kuwait society of agronomists launched activities from its headquarters in Kaifan area.
1994 -- Former Information Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Ali Al-Salem Al-Sabah passed away at the age of 66.
2005 -- Chairman of Kuwait Society of Engineers Adel Al-Kharafi elected as President of the Arab union of engineers, in elections held in Kingdom of Bahrain.
2011 -- Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) launched Arabic and English news services on Facebook and Twitter.
2013 -- Journalist and Philanthropist Ghanima Al-Marzouq passed away at age of 72.
2016 -- Kuwait Crown Prince Diwan advisor and former director of the Fatwa and Legislation Department, Sheikh Mohammad Mohammad Al-Salman Al-Sabah passed away at age of 66.
2016 -- Kuwait Theater group won the best play award in the Arab theater festival that was held in Sharjah, UAE.
2016 -- Kuwait won 12 awards in the Gulf Radio and Television festival in Bahrain. Kuwait won seven compeitions, came second in four and third in one.
2018 -- The international federation of aquabikes honored Kuwait's Yusuf Al-Abdulrazzaq for winning the 2017 world champion in a celebration held in Monaco.
2021 -- Kuwait Ministry of Interior won the 2020 best Arab awareness film award in combating terrorism and extremism. (end)


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