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Teacher sentenced to 11 years in prison for insulting Gulf state's ruler and inciting regime change.
Opposition leader Mussallam al-Barrak imprisoned for five years after appealing to emir to avoid "autocratic rule".
Ayyad al-Harbi sentenced to two years in prison for his tweet, the second such sentence handed down in two days.
Two Kuwaiti citizens detained in southwest Iran for "entering the country illegally and suspected espionage activities".
Tensions escalate between neighbours after second secretary is declared persona non grata over alleged ties to spy ring.
Kuwait says it is to expel unspecified number of Iranian diplomats for alleged links to a spy ring working for Tehran.
Prominent law professor is charged with "undermining status" of country's emir.
Six men from a group linked to al-Qaida network have been sentenced to death by a Kuwaiti court for their roles in deadly clashes with police in January, Aljazeera and agencies report.

A Kuwaiti court has appointed an independent medical commission to investigate the torture of suspects, on trial for alleged involvement in armed battles with police and plotting attacks against US forces.

A Kuwaiti lawyer says a court has convicted him after he publicly accused security officers of torturing Muslim insurgents in custody, but no sentence has been issued against him.

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