Following Friday’s deadly attack on a Shiite mosque, the Kuwaiti cabinet is expected to adopt a package of laws that would provide security services wider abilities to conduct investigations into the incident, Al Arabiya News Channel reported on Monday.
Fahd Suliman Abdul-Muhsen al-Qabaa flew into Kuwait's airport hours before he detonated explosives at the mosque
Bulking up security
Dealing with extremist ideology
National solidarity at ‘its peak’
A man reacts next to coffins of victims of Friday's bombing at the Imam Sadeq mosque in Kuwait City, at the international airport in Najaf. (Reuters)