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Cairo: Three expatriates were killed in different accidents in one day in Kuwait, a local newspaper reported on Friday.

The fatalities included an Indian shepherd who was killed in an explosion of an Iraqi invasion-era mine dating back to 1990, Al Anba said.

Meanwhile, an Egyptian man died of electrocution while working at an under-construction building.

The third was an Indian man, who was hit by a speeding car while he was crossing a road.

He was transferred to a hospital in Al Jahra governorate in north-western Kuwait where he was pronounced dead.

Foreigners make up nearly 3.4 million of Kuwait’s overall population of around 4.6 million.