Kuwaiti Emir Dissolves ParliamentEmir Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah paved the way for new elections in Kuwait among ongoing allegations of widespread corruption
Kuwait Corruption Scandal Widens Into Vote Buying ProbeDays after Kuwait's cabinet resigned amid a corruption scandal prosecutors are probing rumors of parliamentary vote buying
Kuwait Warns Citizens 'Leave Syria Now'Kuwait warned its citizens Thursday to leave Syria "to ensure their safety" while they still can.
New Kuwait Government 'Within Hours'Kuwait's Emir is expected to appoint an interim government who will tasked with overseeing new elections.
Kuwait Cabinet Resigns Amid Corruption BrouhahaKuwait's government dissolved itself less that two weeks after protesters stormed parliament decrying widespread corruption.
Kuwaiti Parliament Stormed, Emir Orders Calm RestoredKuwait's ruler tells security forces to restore order after parliment was stormed by protesters -- opposition vows revenge if demands unmet.
Egypt May Not Allow Kuwaiti Attorneys to Defend MubarakA team of Kuwaiti attorneys has volunteered to help defend Hosni Mubarak in court Monday but may not be allowed.
Kuwait Reconsiders Lawfare Suit Against Israel at The HagueKuwait has reconsidered a plan to sue Israel at the International Court of Justice in The Hague.
Kuwait: World's Most Girthy CountryKuwait, a veritable mecca of fat cats, proves to be the world's fattest country.
Kuwaiti Cop Goes on Ramadan Murder SpreeFour foreign workers slain as Kuwaiti police officer goes on Ramadan killing spree when he found two eating before iftar.
Bahrain Sentences Iranian SpiesBahrain has sentenced one of its citizens and two Iranian diplomats to 10 years in prison for spying; Bahrain, Kuwait, and US forces were targets.
Kuwait Teacher Sacked for Praising JewsA teacher in Kuwait was sacked for holding up Jewish ethics as a role model for students to follow.
Kuwaiti MPs Duke It Out Over 'Terrorist' InsultKuwaiti MPs duke it out when Guantanamo Bay detainees called "terrorists" in the plenum.
Kuwait ‘Lesser of Two Evils’ for UN Human Rights PanelSyria’s killing of protesters costs it a place on the UN Human Rights panel. Its candidacy is taken over by Kuwait, where there is no rule of law.
Middle East Round-Up April 4-6A review of the turbulent events in the Middle East for April 4-6; Assad Bans Soccer; the Saudis are tense; and More!
Kuwaiti Cabinet Resigns, Iranian 'Spies' ExpelledGroundswell of political unrest in the region has arrived in Kuwait. The cabinet has resigned and Iranian diplomats have been expelled as spies.
Kuwait To Sue Shiite Newspaper Over Saudi "Invasion" HeadlineSunni Kuwait is suing a Shiite paper that characterized Saudi involvement in quelling Shiite protests as an "Invasion" of the Sunni-ruled nation.
Watchdog Group: Media Situation Worsens in Bahrain, KuwaitPress Without Borders chides Bahrain for trials of bloggers, slams Kuwait for arresting journalist who criticized the prime minister.
Hamas Leader Unwelcome in EgyptCairo has rolled up the red carpet and said that Damascus-based Hamas political bureau chief Khaled Mashaal is unwelcome.
Unified Arab Front Calls for More US Pressure on IsraelKuwaiti, Jordanian and Saudi officials gave US leaders Obama and Clinton the same message: more pressure on Israel, now.