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Kuwait ‘playing games’ with lives of more than 100,000 Bidun residents

Headline Title:  Kuwait ‘playing games’ with lives of more than 100,000 Bidun residents 10 November 2014 The announcement by Kuwait that tens of thousands of stateless people in the country known as the Bidun might be able to obtain “economic citizenship” of the Union of the Comoros, an impoverished archipelago off eastern Africa, is a shameless betrayal of Kuwait's international human rights obligations, said Amnesty International.“It is shocking that authorities in Kuwait would try to resolve the long-standing issue of the Biduns’ statelessness and discrimination by mass purchasing…

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