Kuwait deported 148,000 expats over the past 6 years

Pedro Gonçalves
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Kuwait has deported over 148,000 expats between 2013 and 2019 due to violations of residence and labour laws, according to the latest figures from the ministry of Interior. Men outnumbered women among the deportees with men accounting for 88,000 and women about 60,000. As Al-Anba daily reports, during the six years 29,000 Indian men were deported, which is the single largest community, followed by Egyptians, 16,000; then came in the Bangladeshis, 14,000; Sri Lankans and Nepalese 5,000; Ethiopians 4,000, the Filipinos 1,700 and the rest of people of different nationalities. Among the...

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