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Today in Kuwait's history

KUWAIT, Dec 3 (KUNA) --

2000 -- Kuwaiti cabinet approves a draft decree bearing on the statute of law on establishing private universities, in addition to regulations for leaves and sports dedication for athletes and administrators.
2005 -- Kuwaiti Prime Minister Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah patronizes a celebration marking the golden jubilee of establishing the first-ever kindergarten in Kuwait.
2006 -- Sadu House, a traditional textile house, opens as part of Qurain Cultural Festival, with the aim of safeguarding traditional textile arts in Kuwait.
2006 -- Kuwaiti shooting team wins gold in an Asian championship held in Doha.
2008 -- Kuwait's telecommunications company, VIVA, launches services and operations.
2008 -- Farwaniya cafe spanning 15,000 square meters is launched as the largest coffee shop in Kuwait.
2008 -- Kuwaiti Oil Ministry opens six underground liquefied gas warehouses covering 14,000 cubic meters.
2009 -- Famous Kuwaiti actor Jassem Al-Saleh dies at 73.
2012 -- Kuwait Oil Company starts three-dimension seismological surveys in northern Kuwait.
2014 -- Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED) and Sudan sign a loan worth KD 20.5 million for financing a power project in Sudan.
2005 -- Kuwait becomes member of the executive council of the World Food Program for three years.
2017 -- Former MP Yaqoub Al-Humeidi passes away at 86.
2017 -- The National Assembly passes a new sports law in a step towards sports independence in Kuwait. (end) mt