Kuwait announces the seizure and dismantling of a prostitution and brokerage network of different nationalities What is the story?

Kuwait announces the seizure and dismantling of a prostitution and brokerage network of different nationalities What is the story? The Kuwaiti Ministry of Interior announced the arrest of 11 people, of Asian and African nationalities, on charges of prostitution and brokerage in the Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh area, in the Farwaniya Governorate, in the east of the country.  The Kuwaiti Ministry of Interior announced, on Tuesday, the dismantling of a prostitution and brokerage network that includes Asian and African nationalities.  In a post on its Twitter account, the ministry said that it had arrested 11 people, including three men and eight women of Asian and African nationalities, on charges of prostitution and brokerage in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh area, affiliated to the Farwaniya Governorate, in the east of the country.  The ministry attached the news with a camouflaged picture of the accused. The publication indicated that all legal measures are being taken against the accused. He gave no further details about them.  The ministry had published another statement on the same day, in which it said that the Public Security Sector had carried out a security campaign in the same area (Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh), which resulted in the arrest of 58 violators of the residence law.

The Kuwaiti Ministry of Interior announced the arrest of 11 people, of Asian and African nationalities, on charges of prostitution and brokerage in the Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh area, in the Farwaniya Governorate, in the east of the country.

The Kuwaiti Ministry of Interior announced, on Tuesday, the dismantling of a prostitution and brokerage network that includes Asian and African nationalities.

In a post on its Twitter account, the ministry said that it had arrested 11 people, including three men and eight women of Asian and African nationalities, on charges of prostitution and brokerage in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh area, affiliated to the Farwaniya Governorate, in the east of the country.

The ministry attached the news with a camouflaged picture of the accused.
The publication indicated that all legal measures are being taken against the accused. He gave no further details about them.

The ministry had published another statement on the same day, in which it said that the Public Security Sector had carried out a security campaign in the same area (Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh), which resulted in the arrest of 58 violators of the residence law.

watched Attacker stabs three clerics inside Iran's most famous Shiite shrine 

Social media in Iran circulated a video clip documenting an aspect of a stabbing incident carried out by an attacker at the Imam Reza shrine in the Iranian city of Mashhad. The attacker stabbed three clerics, one of whom died on the spot.

An attacker stabbed three clerics Tuesday at the Imam Reza shrine, in the Iranian city of Mashhad, according to Iranian state media.

The attack resulted in the death of one person and the injury of two others, before the attacker was arrested. The motive for the attack remains unclear.

One of the victims died instantly after being stabbed at the Imam Reza shrine, a popular site for Shiite pilgrims in the northeastern Iranian city of Mashhad. The other two were taken to a hospital, according to the official IRNA news agency.

And the media identified the dead cleric as Muhammad Aslani. It did not provide information about the condition of the other two injured or identify the suspect.

In a video clip from the site of the attack circulated on social media, two men are seen on the gray marble floor of the shrine, covered in blood.

IRNA published a video of the police arresting the attacker.
The attack took place on the third day of Ramadan, when worshipers flock to mosques across the country.

The shrine of Imam Reza in Mashhad, 900 kilometers northeast of the capital, Tehran, is the largest and most visited complex of any tomb in Iran. The shrine attracts about 20 million people annually, mostly Iranians and visitors to neighboring countries such as Iraq and Pakistan.

Such violent attacks at the holy shrine are rare, but one of the largest terrorist attacks in Iranian history occurred at the shrine in 1994.

At the time, the government accused the armed opposition Mujahedeen-e-Khalq group of being behind the bombing that killed about 24 people.
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