The Kuwaiti government condemns the besieging of its embassy in Iran and the beating of a diplomat, regarding it as an "attack on Kuwait." The Iranian Foreign Ministry says it regrets that the incident occurred.
Kuwait sentences two people to death for spying for Iran and Hezbollah. 2016-01-12 (Context: Iran, Kuwait)
Iran releases two Kuwaiti journalists accused of spying. 2011-12-18 (Context: Iran, Kuwait)
Kuwait recalls its ambassador to Iran after it convicted three people on charges of spying for Iran. 2011-03-30 (Context: Iran, Kuwait)
Seven people go on trial in Kuwait accused of spying for Iran against Kuwait and the United States; they deny all charges and say they were tortured into confessing. 2010-08-3 (Context: Iran, Kuwait)
The Kuwaiti newspaper "A-Siasa" reports that Palestinian and international terrorist organizations have decided at a recent Beirut conference to launch a wave of terror attacks against Israeli and Jewish interests worldwide. According to the report, there will also be similar attacks against coalition troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. The conference, which took place at the start of February, was also said to have been attended by senior members of the Syrian, Lebanese and Iranian intelligence services who presented a list of Israeli intelligence officials to be assassinated. Organizations in attendance included: Al-Qaeda, Ansar al-Islam, Hezbollah, Hamas, Islamic Jihad. 2004-02-19 (Context: Iran, Kuwait)
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