Some Gulf countries may seek to test the commitment of Kuwait’s new leadership to speak up for Gulf Cooperation Council.
Kuwaiti leader was the primary mediator in the Qatar-GCC crisis and a widely respected voice in the region.
Reporter Sebastian Castelier went to the remote village of Kumzar to understand its role in a destructive food system.
Remains of millions are buried in Wadi-us-Salaam, the Valley of Peace which gravediggers say is a frightening workplace.
The Indian state has long depended on remittances from abroad, but now homegrown tech firms are creating new jobs.
Families remain haunted by unknown whereabouts of 369 Kuwaitis abducted by Saddam Hussein’s forces during Gulf War.
Kuwait’s football community weighs pros and cons of hosting 16 additional matches of an expanded FIFA World Cup.
Expatriates were seen as prime marriage material, but men now face changing expectations and fewer opportunities abroad.
A year after the fall of ISIL, civilians rue lack of support after their homes were heavily damaged or destroyed.
The ancestral tradition of salt mining is on the verge of disappearing in the country.