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Kuwait's cabinet has been sworn in with a vow to implement reforms as the oil-rich state carries out its transition after the death of its amir in January.

Kuwait's new cabinet has been sworn in amid strong criticism by liberals angry that reformist former ministers were excluded from the government line-up.
Kuwait's parliament has confirmed Shaikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah as new amir, ending an unprecedented political crisis which has divided the ruling family.
Jasim al-Khurafi, Kuwait's parliamentary speaker, agreed that the Gulf state's new amir should take his oath of office on Tuesday, despite a rift in the ruling family over whether he is too ill to rule.
Shaikh Saad al-Abdullah al-Salem al-Sabah, who takes over in Kuwait following Sunday's death of the amir, is a populist seen as a lib
Shaikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Sabah, the ruler of the tiny oil-producing Gulf state of Kuwait died on Sunday after a long illness, state m
Amir Shaikh Jaber al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah, who died on Sunday after ruling oil-rich Kuwait since 1977, has weathered political and
Opec's president has said the group had very successful meetings with Chinese officials during its first official trip to China, the world's fastest-growing energy consumer.
A member of Kuwait's ruling family has called for collective leadership to put an end to constitutional violations and widespread corruption.

A Kuwaiti criminal court has convicted a prominent Muslim cleric on charges of insulting the country's ruler and has handed him a suspended sentence of two years in jail.

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