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Briefing of KUNA main news for Saturday until 00:00 GMT

PARIS - Kuwait's Embassy in France said its nationals in the country are safe after angry anti-government protests witnessed their fourth week.

PARIS - Deputy French Interior Minister Laurent Nunez declared that more than 31,000 protestors participated in riots witnessed all over France.

SHARM EL-SHEIKH - The Egyptian Government and Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED) inked an agreement according to which the fund lends KD 15 million (USD 50 million) to Cairo as a contribution to funding construction of four water desalination plants in South Sinai.

ANKARA - Relief teams of Kuwaiti Al-Najat Charity and the Human Rights Center of the Kuwaiti Bar Association have been touring Syrian refugee camps in southern Turkey to hand out humanitarian aid and offer psychological help to traumatized children.

BEIRUT - Two Kuwaiti figures were honored here for efforts to advance society through making a change.

KUWAIT - Kuwait's anti-corruption body said that a total of 12,000 personal disclosure statements have been turned in this year, which is equivalent to 95 percent of people subject to the law.

SHARM EL-SHEIKH - The Republic of Madagascar and the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED) have inked a loan agreement worth KD 3 million (USD 10 million) for funding a river bridge project.

WASHINGTON - US President Donald Trump confirmed that Chief of Staff John Kelly will be leaving his position at the end of year. (end) ibi