The Kuwait team after winning the tournament trophy in Yemen, December 2010.
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Kuwait's parliament Sunday endorsed a new law on sport which it hopes will end bans from international competitions over alleged government interference.World sports bodies led by FIFA and the International Olympic Committee suspended Kuwait in October 2015 for the second time since 2010 over alleged government meddling in sports.The world bodies have set out three conditions for accepting Kuwait back: it must issue a new sports law in line with international treaties, drop lawsuits it brought against the world governing bodies and reinstate its original sports committees.
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