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Kuwait’s stateless bedoun face more uncertainty as hundreds lose bank accounts

By Reuters
23 October 2021   |   8:30 am
Frontline worker Ahmad al-Enezi struggles are similar to that of many other members of Kuwait's stateless community, as the Gulf country pushes to determine their status, in the latest chapter of what its critics see as an enduring human rights abuse.

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Frontline worker Ahmad al-Enezi struggles are similar to that of many other members of Kuwait's stateless community, as the Gulf country pushes to determine their status, in the latest chapter of what its critics see as an enduring human rights abuse.