The paper was launched on 5 January During the invasion of Kuwait the paper was printed in Cairo , Egypt , from August to August The paper is one of the most circulated publications in Kuwait. At the beginning of , the paper signed an agreement with IMC Digital to improve its popularity in social media. As a result of this effort, the paper reached 30, fans on Facebook , over 25, followers on Twitter and a minimum of , video views on YouTube within the first two months of The content of the paper focuses on political, social, technical and sport news.
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RIYADH, Sept 18 Reuters - The Kuwait oil sector is on high alert and has raised its security level to "maximum" after "noticeable changes to the level of threat to national security", Kuwaiti newspaper Al- Anbaa reported on Wednesday, citing a document.
The Kuwaiti armed forces said in a separate statement that it had put its forces on high alert and carried out air and naval drills earlier on Wednesday as part of measures to increase "combat readiness," amid growing tensions following an attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities. Our global editorial team of about 55 journalists and more than freelancers covers the lives of people around the world who struggle to live freely or fairly.
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Kuwait oil sector raises security to maximum level -Al Anbaa
Kuwait oil sector raises security to maximum level: Al Anbaa