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KUWAIT-DEVELOPMENT/
RTR3DQDU
February 13, 2013
Freight trucks and vehicles drive on the only entrance to Kuwait's Shuwaikh Port from the Ghazalli Bridge...
SHUWAIKH, Kuwait
Freight trucks and vehicles drive on the only entrance to Kuwait's Shuwaikh Port from the Ghazalli Bridge...
Freight trucks and vehicles drive on the only entrance to Kuwait's Shuwaikh Port from the Ghazalli Bridge in Shuwaikh February 11, 2013. Freight trucks trundle down the dusty, potholed roads of Kuwait's busiest port, running into traffic jams as they emerge into the surrounding streets. But after years of inaction, the government is finally moving to ease the congestion. It is pushing ahead with a $2.6 billion plan to build a 36 km (22 mile) causeway, one of the longest in the world, connecting Shuwaikh port and densely populated southern Kuwait with the north of the country, near the Iraqi border. Picture taken February 11, 2013. To match Feature KUWAIT-DEVELOPMENT/ REUTERS/Stephanie Mcgehee (KUWAIT - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CONSTRUCTION TRANSPORT)
KUWAIT-DEVELOPMENT/
RTR3DQDT
February 13, 2013
Freight trucks and vehicles drive on the only entrance to Kuwait's Shuwaikh Port from the Ghazalli Bridge...
SHUWAIKH, Kuwait
Freight trucks and vehicles drive on the only entrance to Kuwait's Shuwaikh Port from the Ghazalli Bridge...
Freight trucks and vehicles drive on the only entrance to Kuwait's Shuwaikh Port from the Ghazalli Bridge in Shuwaikh February 11, 2013. Freight trucks trundle down the dusty, potholed roads of Kuwait's busiest port, running into traffic jams as they emerge into the surrounding streets. But after years of inaction, the government is finally moving to ease the congestion. It is pushing ahead with a $2.6 billion plan to build a 36 km (22 miles) causeway, one of the longest in the world, connecting Shuwaikh port and densely populated southern Kuwait with the north of the country, near the Iraqi border. Picture taken February 11, 2013. To match Feature KUWAIT-DEVELOPMENT/ REUTERS/Stephanie Mcgehee (KUWAIT - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CONSTRUCTION TRANSPORT)
KUWAIT/
RTR3A7IY
November 09, 2012
Kuwaiti police officers close the door to the registration area on the last day of registration for Parliament...
SHUWAIKH, Kuwait
Kuwaiti police officers close the door to the registration area on the last day of registration for Parliament...
Kuwaiti police officers close the door to the registration area on the last day of registration for Parliament seat candidacy, in Shuwaikh November 9, 2012. The elections will take place on December 1. REUTERS/Stephanie Mcgehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT/
RTR3A7IU
November 09, 2012
Lawyer Thikra al Rashidi submits her registration as a candidate for Parliament for the 2nd District,...
SHUWAIKH, Kuwait
Lawyer Thikra al Rashidi submits her registration as a candidate for Parliament for the 2nd District,...
Lawyer Thikra al Rashidi submits her registration as a candidate for Parliament for the 2nd District, in Shuwaikh November 9, 2012. The elections will take place on December 1. REUTERS/Stephanie Mcgehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT/
RTR3A7IS
November 09, 2012
Lawyer Thikra al Rashidi submits her registration as a candidate for Parliament for the 2nd District,...
SHUWAIKH, Kuwait
Lawyer Thikra al Rashidi submits her registration as a candidate for Parliament for the 2nd District,...
Lawyer Thikra al Rashidi submits her registration as a candidate for Parliament for the 2nd District, in Shuwaikh November 9, 2012. The elections will take place on December 1. REUTERS/Stephanie Mcgehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT/
RTR3A7IN
November 09, 2012
Candidate Abdulaziz al Abdulrazzaq speaks after submitting his registration as a candidate for Parliament...
SHUWAIKH, Kuwait
Candidate Abdulaziz al Abdulrazzaq speaks after submitting his registration as a candidate for Parliament...
Candidate Abdulaziz al Abdulrazzaq speaks after submitting his registration as a candidate for Parliament for the 2nd District, in Shuwaikh November 9, 2012. The elections will take place on December 1. REUTERS/Stephanie Mcgehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT-PROTEST/
RTR39TRG
October 31, 2012
Supporters of members of parliament who are boycotting the upcoming elections protest against a newly...
SHUWAIKH, Kuwait
Supporters of members of parliament who are boycotting the upcoming elections protest against a newly...
Supporters of members of parliament who are boycotting the upcoming elections protest against a newly declared election law in front of a newspaper's office in Shuwaikh October 31, 2012. The poster reads, "The system of the Kuwait regime is democratic. Sovereignty shall be exercised in the manner specified in this constitution. 'Article 6'. " REUTERS/Stephanie Mcgehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT-PROTEST/
RTR39TRA
October 31, 2012
A police general speaks into a megaphone to demand demonstrators protesting a newly declared election...
SHUWAIKH, Kuwait
A police general speaks into a megaphone to demand demonstrators protesting a newly declared election...
A police general speaks into a megaphone to demand demonstrators protesting a newly declared election law to leave government land, in front of a newspaper's office in Shuwaikh October 31, 2012. The poster reads,"The system of the Kuwait regime is democratic. Sovereignty shall be exercised in the manner specified in this constitution. 'Article 6'. " REUTERS/Stephanie Mcgehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT-PROTEST/
RTR39TQ4
October 31, 2012
Former opposition members of parliament Walid al-Tabtabaie (R), Jumaan Al-Harbash (C) and Faisal al-Mislem...
SHUWAIKH, Kuwait
Former opposition members of parliament Walid al-Tabtabaie, Jumaan Al-Harbash and Faisal al-Mislem stand...
Former opposition members of parliament Walid al-Tabtabaie (R), Jumaan Al-Harbash (C) and Faisal al-Mislem (L) stand in protest wearing an orange badge stating '"Boycott", on the first day of registration for candidates to contest the upcoming parliamentary elections, in Shuwaikh October 31, 2012. REUTERS/Stephanie Mcgehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
KUWAIT/
RTR39T05
October 31, 2012
Former MP Nabil al-Fadel (L) gives his identification card to an officer at the Registration Center in...
SHUWAIKH, Kuwait
Former MP Nabil al-Fadel gives his identification card to an officer at the Registration Center in Shuwaikh...
Former MP Nabil al-Fadel (L) gives his identification card to an officer at the Registration Center in Shuwaikh, on the first day of registration for candidates contesting in the upcoming parliamentary elections in Kuwait, October 31, 2012. The parliamentary ballot is scheduled for Dec. 1. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT/
RTR39SYZ
October 31, 2012
Former health minister Massouma al-Mubarak, who became the first Kuwaiti woman minister in 2005, smiles...
SHUWAIKH, Kuwait
Former health minister Mubarak, who became the first Kuwaiti woman minister in 2005, smiles as she leaves...
Former health minister Massouma al-Mubarak, who became the first Kuwaiti woman minister in 2005, smiles as she leaves the Registration Center in Shuwaikh, after registering on the first day for candidates contesting in the upcoming parliamentary elections in Kuwait, October 31, 2012. The parliamentary ballot is scheduled for Dec. 1. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
KUWAIT/
RTR39SYV
October 31, 2012
Kuwait's Information Minister Sheikh Mohammad al-Mubarak al-Sabah visits the Registration Center in Shuwaikh,...
SHUWAIKH, Kuwait
Kuwait's Information Minister Sheikh Mohammad al-Mubarak al-Sabah visits the Registration Center in Shuwaikh...
Kuwait's Information Minister Sheikh Mohammad al-Mubarak al-Sabah visits the Registration Center in Shuwaikh, on the first day of registration for candidates contesting in the upcoming parliamentary elections in Kuwait, October 31, 2012. The parliamentary ballot is scheduled for Dec. 1. REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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