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Fire in Kuwaiti Airport (

May 11 - A small fire that erupted in the office of Kuwaiti Airline at the Kuwait International Airport on Monday caused minor damage but no casualties, it was learnt. Director of the operations department of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation Isam Al-Zamil said the fire only damaged the 15-square-meter office of the airline.

The airport's fire department is probing the incident.
 

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