Kuwait News Agency
Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) is an official state news wire service based in Kuwait.
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History and structureEdit
KUNA was established in 1956. It was reorganized in 1976 as an independent body. However, it functions as a branch of the Ministry of Information, although it has an independent budget.
As of 2009 the news agency had offices and correspondents in 33 countries.
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