This July 19, 2009 file photo shows the Kuwait city skyline. (AP Photo, File)
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Kuwait's public prosecutor has asked an appeals court to increase a sentence handed out to three royals for insulting authorities in the Gulf state from five years to 29, according to remarks published Monday.The court also sentenced a sixth man to a one-year term and a another for 10 years in absentia.Asoussi told Al-Qabas newspaper that he has challenged the rulings and demanded that all 13 defendants be given harsher jail terms of 29 years each for insulting the emir, judges and spreading false news about Kuwait.
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