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All secondary schools in Sligo town were closed as a result of the snow and high winds. Network Rail said a limited number of train services had been suspended from noon yesterday because of heavy winds.
The Kyle to Dingwall and Kilwinning to Ardrossan line was also suspended. David Dickson, route managing director for Scotland, said: Where conditions are predicted to be most severe, we have agreed to withdraw a limited number of services until the Reuters Brussels A Cameron: Only black cabs can be waved down by customers on the street and are subject to strict standards regarding their vehicles, fares and knowledge of London, the Luxembourgbased court said.
The court rejected that view as the policy does not involve any transfer of public money. EU law prevents governments from giving state aid to companies that could distort competition.
The dispute has coincided with growing concerns among traditional cab companies over what they see as unfair competition from alternative taxi providers such as the car-sharing service Uber.
The conflict has led to Europe-wide taxi strikes and temporary bans on Uber in Germany. The letter was one of sent out to militants as part of negotiations to keep the peace in Northern Ireland.
Giving evidence to the committee investigating the scheme, Blair said that only people deemed by prosecutors to have a lack of evidence against them were meant to have received the letters.
Tory hopeful Stephen Greenhalgh included the promise as one of 15 challenges he would address if he won the top job at City Hall. The number of foreign-born veterans seeking help to stay in Britain after serving in the Armed Forces has risen sharply, according to a charity.
A former army barracks where two soldiers were shot dead by dissident republicans is to be turned into a science park by an international medical diagnostics firm.
Randox managing director Dr Peter FitzGerald said: Randox Science Park will be at its core. The survey comes a week after four French Jews were killed in an attack on a Kosher supermarket in Paris which led to police stepping up security at synagogues and other Jewish venues across Britain.
Iraq inquiry unlikely to report before polls London Evening Standard London A nger grew yesterday as new evidence emerged that the delayed Iraq War inquiry may not be published until after the general election.
The Evening Standard has learned that one witness received a formal letter inviting a response to criticism only last month, which suggests the report is far from completion.
Other witnesses are said to be still waiting for documents in order to comment on them, indicating that chairman Sir John Chilcot and his team are far behind schedule.
One figure who has had close dealings with the Chilcot inquiry believed letters only began to be issued in the autumn, adding: It will not reflect well on the inquiry.
By law, anyone who will face criticism from a public inquiry must be sent a letter warning them of the contents, so that they are able to challenge any negative findings.
The source, an individual familiar with the workings of inquiries, said: I also thought a nudge from Parliament might be enough to get things moving.
Nineteen of the women interviewed said they had been raped, and 28 women in total indicated they had experienced forced marriage, forced prostitution or some other form of sexual violence before coming to the UK.
The report also found high levels of depression among detainees, with 19 of the 38 interviewed saying they had been put on suicide watch for all or part of their time at the centre.
They are always fully investigated and, if appropriate, disciplinary action is taken. The women said such searches made them scared, uncomfortable, angry and ashamed.
Detainees also reported high levels of bullying, with 29 saying they felt they had been bullied and 25 saying a member of staff had been racist.
The former singer, whose real name is Paul Gadd, is appearing on charges relating to historic sex offences against two young girls.
A fourth woman said: I felt very vulnerable. They all enter and search. I feel full of shame about what happened to me and what is happening to me.
Being in prison here is a torture in my head. Kensington Palace published its annual list of presents received on overseas tours for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, George and Prince Harry, as did Buckingham Palace and Clarence House for the rest of the royal family.
Other gifts he received in Australia included a possum skin cloak from the Gundungurra Tribal Council Aboriginal Corporation, who also gave William and Kate a decorated kangaroo skin and three paintings.
His presents - which totalled more than seven times the number the Queen received - ranged from a bucket and spade, a car sticker and a toothbrush to a skateboard and a surfboard.
William came home with seven official gifts from Malta for the prince and 14 from the US, where President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama gave Kate a basket of honey, William two unnamed books and George, who stayed at home with his nanny in the UK, a soft toy.
Mikhail Popkov, who worked as a police officer at the time of most of the murders, raped and stabbed the women late at night in the city of Angarsk after offering to give them lifts in his police car, investigators said.
Popkov will serve his sentence in a special prison colony for former law enforcers. Bulgaria yesterday announced plans to extend a 30km fence along its border with Turkey, a major entry point for migrants trying to get into the European Union.
The existing fence topped with razor wire along the easiest part of the border to cross cut the number of refugees making it into Bulgaria to around 6, in from 11, in , interior ministry data showed.
Stoltenberg stressed the need for members of the US-led alliance to bump up investment amid challenges such as the Islamic State jihadist group or the Ukraine crisis.
The man agreed to take cash to kill a year-old youth, but authorities could not prove any intent to complete the task, so he could only be charged with defrauding his client, police said, adding that the man has already paid the fine.
Another year-old, who ordered the killing, was sentenced to two years in prison but most of the sentence was suspended after he confessed, saying the teenager he wanted killed had rejected his romantic advances.
Hundreds of angry Armenians protested yesterday near a Russian military base, demanding that a soldier accused of murdering a family of six be delivered to Armenian justice authorities for trial.
Russian conscript Valery Permyakov is suspected of having shot dead an entire family in the city of Gyumri, including a two-year-old child.
Another infant was gravely injured. About cars from around the country converged on Gyumri, where funeral services were held for the Avetisyan family.
Many Parisians joined long queues outside newspaper kiosks in the predawn cold to get their hands on one of , copies released in a run that will eventually total 5mn.
The government said yesterday it has instructed prosecutors to get tough on people who condone terrorism or carry out racist and anti-Semitic attacks.
Over 50 cases for condoning terrorism have been opened since the attacks that claimed 17 lives, including the ar- rest yesterday of controversial comedian Dieudonne Mbala Mbala.
A version was published in predominantly Muslim Turkey as an inset in the opposition daily Cumhuriyet, but the government announced it would block websites featuring the cover.
Suspects will instead be handed replacement ID cards for periods of up to three years that are stamped with a no-travel advisory in several languages.
About are believed to have returned to Germany. They travelled either overland or by air, some via Belgium or the Netherlands to obscure their movements, and mostly on to Turkey to cross the porous land border into Syria, according to the interior ministry.
The bill must still pass parliament, where the government has a strong majority. The law would target, for example, suspects trying to leave Germany with weapons, bulletproof vests or night vision equipment.
Anti-Islam Pegida surfaces in Spain too An anti-Islamic movement that is growing in Germany has opened a branch in Spain following last weeks attacks in France, the group said yesterday.
European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi yesterday rejected speculation that he had his eye on the job. While the post of president is largely ceremonial, it takes on vital importance during times of political crisis when the president can help steer the formation of a new government.
The successful candidate must win the votes of two-thirds of lawmakers in both houses of parliament - and Renzi will need to keep the more rebellious wing of his party in line to ensure he gets his favoured candidate.
Renzi would also need someone willing to dissolve parliament and call snap elections if, as experts suggest, he might favour fresh polls as a last resort to push through his reforms.
In order to stave off a crisis, Renzi may be forced to clinch a deal with the opposition, particularly former premier Silvio Berlusconi - a likely but controversial move bound to spark a heated response from those on the far left of his Democratic Party.
It is the first lawsuit to be allowed against Juan Carlos, 77, since he lost his total immunity when he abdicated last year, and the latest in a string of scandals to hit the Spanish monarchy.
A spokesman for the royal palace said it would make no comment on the matter. Germany suspects that an employee of its intelligence service stole a list containing the names and cover identities of 3, agents, Bild newspaper reported yesterday.
Bild said investigators believed the man, a mid-level clerk, had handed over scanned documents to the Americans. The BND was not immediately available for comment on the report.
The Cypriot government decided yesterday to try to sell off the name and logo of national carrier Cyprus Airways, shut down last week after breaking EU state aid rules.
Legal and financial advisers are to oversee the sale to private investors of the name and the logo - a mouflon mountain sheep which Cyprus says is native to the island.
A precondition of the sale is that the new airline would be based in Cyprus, although there has been no immediate interest from investors.
Several hundred fellow Serbs greeted the premier upon his arrival to inaugurate a maternity ward there. Two-thirds of the ,strong Kosovo Serb minority live in enclaves, while some 40, live in the north, near the border with Serbia.
Links between Belgrade and Pristina have improved since their relations were put on a more formal footing in with an agreement brokered by the European Union.
Following the war between Serbian forces and ethnic Albanian guerrillas, a Nato bombing campaign forced Serbian troops to withdraw from Kosovo and cede control of the territory.
After the recent election of a new Kosovo government that ended a six-month political crisis, new talks between Belgrade and Pristina on deepening their relations are expected to take place in Brussels in early February.
There is a quiet spell of one or two hours at most. It has never been like this before. Russia issued no immediate comment. We need to examine them.
Official pictures from the welcome ceremony on Monday showed Abbas and Erdogan posing at the bottom of a staircase, with 16 soldiers arrayed behind them in a range of historical costumes, complete with ornate helmets, swords and spears.
Presidential sources said each soldier represented a period of Turkic history, from the central Asian Hunnic Empire of BC all the way through to the Ottoman Empire that was dissolved in They also said the soldiers would be a feature of future welcoming ceremonies.
Celebrating Turkic historical might is not without its supporters, particularly among nationalists loyal to the ruling AK Party, keen to bolster its support in the run-up to parliamentary elections in June.
Polar bear Giovanna and her twin polar bear cubs Nela and Nobby sit in their enclosure at the Munich Zoo. Kiev now also plans to apply for Nato membership - a defensive shift that the Kremlin views as both confrontational and a global security threat.
The vague diplomatic term usually refers to arms deliveries. Sweden is expected to receive a record number of between 80, and , asylum seekers this year.
Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal was present at the rally. The man - identified as Hitesh Kumar of Ferozepur district - attempted to immolate himself in the presence of thousands of people who had come for the rally on the occasion of the religious Maghi Mela.
Police officials and some other people immediately tried to put out the fire. The man was rushed to hospital with burn injuries.
Sources said the man was an unemployed linesman and was protesting with others seeking a job. Three rhinoceros poachers were shot dead by forest guards in Kaziranga National Park in Assam, yesterday.
Guards and poachers exchanged fire early yesterday in more than one area of the park, NDTV news channel and the Assam Times reported.
Two rifles, gun-silencers and a pistol were found after the operations. Poachers kill rhinos for their horns, which many believe have aphrodisiac qualities, and are used in traditional medicines in Asia.
According to the report, poachers have killed and de-horned nearly rhinos in Assam over the past 13 years; 20 were killed last year.
In , the forest department killed 22 poachers in the state. Kaziranga is considered to hold the largest concentration of one-horned rhinos in the world.
Eminent Sanskrit scholar Prabhu Nath Dwivedi has been conferred the prestigious Sahitya Akademi Award for for his Kanakalochanaha collection of short stories.
The collection comprises 16 short stories that touch upon various social issues eroding the system. I have previously written three books.
Diwedi has been teaching in various universities for over three decades. This book was selected by a threemember jury. Other winners, announced last month include poet and critic Adil Jussawalla, who won the award for his poetry book Trying to Say Goodbye.
Snowfall draws tourists to Shimla, Manali Parrikar: The residents of Shimla shivered as icy winds brought down the minimum temperature to 1 degree Celsius.
It started snowing in Manali around midnight, much to the delight of those in the hospitality industry. The snow was certain to draw tourists and visitors, they said, though the minimum temperature in the town slipped to 0.
The snowfall, however, blocked highways and roads in many parts of the state. Towns in upper Shimla hills were cut off as heavy snow piled on roads, officials said.
Traffic movement beyond Dhalli, 10km from Shimla, was suspended since a large stretch of Hindustan-Tibet Road disappeared under a thick layer of snow.
The entire Kinnaur district and towns in Shimla district such as Narkanda, Jubbal, Kotkhai, Kumarsain, Kharapathar, Rohru and Chopal are cut off due to snow, a government official said.
Rain lashed lower areas of the state such as Dharamsala, Palampur, Solan, Nahan, Bilaspur, Una, Hamirpur and Mandi, pulling down both night and day temperatures.
Khan was convicted in the blackbuck hunting case on April 10, Pronouncing the verdict, Mukhopadhaya said: Congress leader Digvijaya Singh questioned the sudden decision.
I had proposed for his removal and they have agreed to it. Chander, widely known as the man behind the Agni series of missiles, retired on November 30, , at the age of The government, however, agreed Bird campaign Chander: Would Government please explain?
Basu, who heads the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, is the man behind the nuclear system that is driving the Arihant-class submarines of the Indian Navy.
The DRDO was set up in to develop indigenous military technology and cut back on arms imports. These include light combat aircraft Tejas, the Kaveri engine, long range surface-to-air missile, helicopter version of third generation anti-tank guided missile Helina, and air-to-air missile Astra among others.
The design of the body of the vehicle is inspired by the golf ball which has a highly aerodynamic construction.
The vehicle weighs just around 50kg. The other two students Ronith Stanly and SVishnu Prasad along with a faculty member will be taking part in the competition.
The project was undertaken under the guidance of two of their teachers - Santhosh Kumar and Anver Sadath. France has said it will help Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd stick to delivery schedules, but that it cannot give guarantees for production of the aircraft made at a facility over which it has no administrative or expert control.
Dassault and the French defence ministry were not immediately available for comment. The armed forces have been banking on the Rafale for a long time.
They have said there is no plan B. The incident, which took place around 4. Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police Monika Bhardwaj said a case had been filed against two unidentified men for deliberate and malicious acts intended to outrage the religious feelings.
Bhardwaj said the police have a clear picture of one of the culprits who toppled the statue of Mother Mary and smashed the glass window. Villagers with their fishing nets participate in a community fishing event at a lake on the eve of Bhogali Bihu festival at Sonapur area in the northeastern state of Assam yesterday.
The annual festival marks the end of the winter harvesting season. The bodies were discovered in a shallow tributary of the Ganges near a cremation area in the northern state of Utter Pradesh, police and a local official said who added the state government has ordered a probe.
Inspector General of Police Satish Ganesh said the bodies were probably given river burials upstream at a cremation area known as Pariyar Ghat before becoming stranded in shallow water.
Millions of Hindus practice open-air cremation, with the ashes of loved ones scattered in the revered but heavily polluted river.
The government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has vowed to clean up the river. Poor families who cannot afford enough wood and other materials for the burning ceremony sometimes place the bodies in the water, while others are not cremated entirely.
Latorre was due to return to India in January, but his lawyers approached the court in Delhi again this month seeking an extension, saying the year-old marine had now undergone heart surgery.
India, however, maintains the killings took place in waters under its jurisdiction. Rome last month threatened to withdraw its ambassador from India after the court rejected the appeal over the leave.
The marines were granted home visits to vote in national elections in , but India was furious when the Italian government initially said it would not send the men back.
The bodies of some holy men are also placed in the river instead of being cremated, in accordance with tradition.
But the discovery of so many bodies in one place has sparked environmental and health concerns. Kanpur Inspector General of Police Ashutosh Pandey said the bodies belonged to families who could not afford a decent cremation and dumped them in the river.
Officials said all bodies will be cremated as per tradition by the district administration. K M Abu, 47, has performed Mohiniyattam at more than 50 venues in Kerala in the past three decades and says that he had never been ostracised for daring to break with tradition.
Mohiniyattam is believed to have originated years ago and is a solo recital with several parts played by the woman performer, usually dressed in a pristine off-white sari with a rich golden border.
Abu said he tries out various costumes. Abu is the only man among eight dancers to get a doctorate from the Kerala Kalamandalam, a major centre for the Indian performing arts.
He wrote his thesis on the life of Kalyanikutty Amma, a 20th-century dancer who popularised Mohiniyattam. The increasing participation of non-Hindus in traditional Hindu dance forms is being seen as a sign of religious tolerance in Kerala, a progressive state with a high rate of literacy.
But it was not always so. Kalamandalam Hyderali, a Muslim singer famous for his association with the classical dance-drama of Kathakali till his death in , was often forced to sing from outside the temple while dancers were performing inside.
In the pageant, held Sunday in Barbosa, Santander department, young girls competed in bikinis as part of the annual Festival del Rio Suarez.
Cuba will not begin offering wireless service despite reports of a planned Wi-Fi rollout in its second-largest city, Santiago de Cuba, state-run telecommunications provider Etecsa said.
Cuba, where the Internet is largely limited to government offices and pricey pay-by-the-hour access at cafes and hotels, allows only some locals such as journalists, doctors and athletes to have Internet at home.
But anyone who wants their own router for a Wi-Fi signal needs permission from the Communications Ministry first. Nisman added he issued a request that a judge interrogate Fernandez and Foreign Minister Hector Timerman.
Anger over the case spurred sometimes violent demonstrations around the country late last year. Haiti enters an uncertain political phase Reuters Port-au-Prince T he Haitian parliament was dissolved on Tuesday after the failure of last-ditch negotiations for a deal to extend the terms of its members to avert a political crisis in the Caribbean country.
Haiti has not held legislative or municipal elections for three years, and the lack of a working parliament effectively leaves President Michel Martelly to rule by decree.
Martelly launched lastminute negotiations, but failed to convince a group of opposition senators to approve a US-sanctioned plan to extend parliamentary terms for several months until new elections can be held.
Martelly, whose term in office runs out next year, last month tried to calm opposition critics by appointing former Port-auPrince Mayor Evans Paul as the new prime minister, but the parliament shunned his pick and refused to ratify him.
Now as de facto prime minister, he said he still planned to try to form a new government. For weeks, opponents to Martelly have mounted street protests in the capital accusing the president and his family of corruption.
The demonstrations took a more aggressive turn in recent days, with some protesters calling for a civil war. Many Haitians are still homeless.
On Sunday, with negotiations still underway to avoid an institutional vacuum, the US embassy in Haiti issued a statement offering its support to Martelly.
In a weekend interview with the Thomson Reuters Foundation, Paul said he had to work on securing the trust of the international community.
It is unclear when new legislative and municipal elections can be held. A tentative agreement late last month would have extended the terms of the deputies until April 24, and senators until September 9, allowing time to pass an electoral law and appoint an elections council.
Ex-Petrobras executive held in corruption probe Reuters Rio de Janeiro B razilian police early yesterday arrested another former executive at state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA after prosecutors accused him of continued involvement in corruption and money laundering.
OAS chief Reuters Washington I mproving relations between the US and Cuba will take time, and both sides should be given the space to negotiate without outside interference, the head of the Organisation of American States, Jose Miguel Insulza, cautioned.
We can now deal with matters together. It releases a lot of tensions and pressures. Insulza said he hoped that as normalisation talks progress Cuba will be willing to fully come into the OAS fold.
The door is open. More negotiation may be necessary. Samsung Heavy Industries never responded to request for comment. Concern over the corruption scandal is driving shares and bonds of Petrobras to multiyear lows and spurring concerns of a slowdown in muchneeded infrastructure projects in Brazil.
The team of prosecutors in Venezuela states ban nighttime shop queues Reuters Caracas G Workers of German carmaker Volkswagen listen to their union leaders during an assembly rally yesterday on the ninth day of an indefinite strike after jobs were cut back by the company at the Anchieta plant in Sao Bernardo do Campo, 25km south of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Workers at the Anchieta plant walked out on strike on January 6. Curitiba has vowed to expand their investigation, and the Supreme Court in Brasilia in February is expected to reveal the names of politicians who allegedly received kickbacks.
Shortages of basic products from milk to toilet paper have worsened since a lull in distribution over the Christmas holidays, prompting many Venezuelans to wait from the early hours on pavements - or in hammocks before shops open.
The ubiquitous lines and frequent jostling for places when doors open are an embarrassment and irritation to many Venezuelans across the political spectrum.
There have also been scattered protests and arrests. Zulia state authorities are also considering it. Families of the children who were massacred shouted slogans against the Tehreek-e-Insaf leader as he reached the Army Public School, the Dawn and other Pakistani media reported.
The demonstrators complained that it took Khan a month to come to Peshawar after the massacre. He accused Khan of creating hurdles in the way of implementing the national agenda Relatives and parents of victims of school massacre shout slogans against Imran Khan, head of opposition political party Pakitan Tehrik-e-Insaf and ruling party in Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, during a protest outside the Army Public School in Peshawar yesterday.
On December 16, terrorists stormed the school in Peshawar and sprayed bullets, leaving more than students and teachers dead. Maulana Fazlullah, sometimes known as Mullah Fazlullah, has been the leader since November of the Tehreek-e Taliban Pakistan TTP , which has claimed responsibility for the Peshawar school shooting and numerous other attacks.
At the bottom of the blank space the newspaper said: An Islamic cleric in Pakistan on 13 January offered funeral prayers for two Muslim brothers who killed 12 people at the office of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and led a rally to commemorate them.
According to Kabul police officials, the attack plots were foiled following joint military operations by the Afghan police and the intelligence operatives.
Kabul police spokesman Hashmat Stanikzai said the operations were conducted in Bagrami district where several suicide attack vests and 17 terrorists were arrested, according to the Afghan Khaama Press.
He said only one suicide bomber was killed during the gun battle with the security forces and no one else suffered any injuries.
The State Department said Fazlullah also was responsible for the beheading of 17 Pakistani soldiers after an attack in June In addition, he allegedly ordered the targeted killings of elders who led peace committees against the Taliban.
Washington has pressed Islamabad for years to wipe out the militant sanctuaries in lawless tribal areas such as North Waziristan, which have been used to launch attacks on Nato forces in neighbouring Afghanistan.
The charges by the court in the southwestern city of Quetta are unlikely to cause any immediate problems for the year-old, who has not attended a single hearing in the case since it began in Shah added the court would resume hearings in the case on February 4.
Musharraf has been staying with his daughter in Karachi where he travelled for tests at a navy-run hospital in April last year and the indictment took place in his absence.
He is on bail in four other major cases linked to his time in power including the assassination of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto in a gun and suicide attack.
Facing impeachment following the elections, Musharraf resigned as president and went into self-imposed exile in Dubai.
Repatriation of the refugees to Afghanistan at the expiry of the umpteenth-time extended deadline, government officials warn, may annoy Kabul and push it back into the Indian fold.
Everyone at a Jan 6 meeting on the issue was clueless, said an official who attended the recent huddle in Islamabad.
The meeting presided over by the secretary of state and frontier regions had been called to discuss the issue of unregistered Afghan nationals and also of the registered refugees.
At the meeting some senior functionaries expressed apprehensions that a tough decision might annoy Kabul at a time when both sides wanted to improve relations and that India could take advantage of the situation.
Kabul may not co-operate with Islamabad on the issue of acting against outlawed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan chief Mullah Fazlullah and other wanted persons if Pakistan presses for immediate expulsion of the refugees.
Pakistan has been asking Afghanistan to hand over Fazlullah whose group has been accused of being involved in terrorist attacks in Pakistan, including the Peshawar Army Public School massacre.
Yet, many parents refuse the vaccination to their children under the notion that it is Haram. Anti-polio campaign documents say the notion has been persisting since when obscurantist elements in the society spread the concoction that certain human hormones were deliberately added to the oral polio vaccine OPV to make children sterile.
Sadly, many polio workers paid with their lives or limbs for daring to carry on the battle against the disease.
But worse was the reversal that the battle against polio suffered as simple folks refused the vaccine, more out of fear of the obscurantist elements and the outlawed Taliban than the logic of their concocted claims.
A health worker administers Polio vaccine to children in Quetta, Pakistan, on 11 January. More than 65 polio worker and security personnel have been killed by the militants, according to Health Minister Saira Afzal Tarar.
OPV dose is two drops and in this quantity none of the six pos- sible hormones detected - not even at concentration as low as 0.
The NCLB report showed that the samples passed the viral activity and sterility tests with no detectable level of human hormones. Related documents contained answers to the frequently asked questions.
They say the question generally asked is if the OPV contained hormones estrogen and progesterone that may cause infertility.
None of the two hormones was detected. Another question asked is that OPV is produced in monkey kidney cells and can become the cause of different diseases.
The answer given is that the World Health Organisation WHO thoroughly discussed the parameters for the production of polio vaccine and found no virus in the vaccine which could cause a disease.
Still another question usually asked is that why OPV is not produced in Pakistan? The answer is that polio vaccine was manufactured in the country from to from imported concentrate using old formulation of six drops per dose.
That vaccine was difficult to administer and often spilled outside the mouth of a child. The present vaccine is two drops per dose, is more stable and easy to administer.
Though polio vaccine can be manufactured locally as before, but in the near future OPV will be replaced with an injectable one.
So it is preferable to import the vaccine. Though there is no need to test the quality of the vaccine, it can be, and occasionally is, tested locally for safety, say the documents.
Medical specialist and vice chancellor of the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences Pims Dr Javed Akram agreed that there was no need to do lab test because the vaccine was made by genetic engineering in which DNA of virus was taken and multiplied.
National Manager Expanded Programme on Immunisation Rana Safdar hoped that the report would satisfy the religious elements who had been objecting to the polio vaccination.
Neri Colmenares of Bayan Muna party-list said yesterday. The Bayan Muna lawmakers, both petitioners against the train fare increases, made the move since the High Court did not stop the fare hikes and instead asked the Aquino administration to file its comment on the matter.
The two lawmakers noted that the January increases would only be the beginning since contracts entered into by the government provide that fare adjustments can be implemented every two years.
Aside from the scrapping of the extended warranty to Smartmatic, the group also asked the poll body to defer the award of the diagnostic contract until after the retirement of Comelec chairman Sixto Brillantes Jr and senior commissioners Elias Yusoph and Lucenito Tagle.
Brillantes, Yusoph and Tagle are set to retire in February The aim is to exercise tighter control over the movement of all types of nuclear and radioactive materials entering or leaving the country, particularly in terms of potential illegal operations with such materials.
Besides, they were given a detailed explanation of related equipment at ports and principles of personal protection while handling such substances.
The staff members were also trained on how to trace sources of any illegal attempt to pass radioactive materials and methods of detecting them within various cargo containers.
Eventually, a practical training was held at the Doha port and another at the Abu Samra checkpost. Staff members who have already received this specialised training number 20 trainees employees of different border posts around the country.
Training for the border staff will enhance their capabilities to handle radioactive materials. The thanq programme is our way of rewarding our valued customers to show we appreciate their commitment to our brand and banking relationship.
QRC ambulances and staff provided medical coverage in the celebration area to ensure the safety of all visitors and provide instant intervention in case of an emergency.
The branch organised recreational events at Al Khor Cultural Centre, including competitions and games for adults and children, serving of traditional dishes, henna tattooing, face painting and a best folk costume competition.
Prizes were distributed to the winners. The corner attracted a large numbers of visitors, particularly children. Its services covered up to families that visited Al Khor Cultural Centre.
A QRC volunteer guiding children on cardiopulmonary resuscitation technique. To mark the occasion, a giant billboard was also set up on the RasGas headquarters building in Doha.
People are our biggest strength and we are very proud of the dedication and commitment of all our employees, which enables us to continually support RasGas officials with employees at Ras Laffan during the Qatar National Day celebrations.
The celebrations took place in the newly built garden area in front of the administration building. Traffic Tech emerged the winner among other shortlisted companies from Qatar and other GCC countries.
The Construction Week Awards are was performed by school students. A food stall was also set up where traditional dishes were offered.
As a celebration of the diversity and inclusiveness of RasGas, the employees were encouraged to wear the traditional clothing of their country on the day.
Musharbash right receiving the award from Moon. The photography contest was aimed at encouraging talented employees to put their skills and artistic abilities on display by taking pictures that depict life in Qatar.
Five winners for the best submitted photographs were announced during the event and awarded gifts in appreciation of their contribution. The holiday means a lot to our dignity as a people and we are honoured to mark this special day.
On the occasion, Nakilat managing director Abdullah al-Sulaiti accompanied employees to the Darb Al Saai grounds for a celebration of traditional Qatari culture.
At the outset of the meeting, the agenda was read and then approved. Later, the Council endorsed minutes of the previous Session.
Total holds National Day photo contest T otal has concluded its yearly Qatar National Week celebrations, featuring a variety of Qatarthemed events to promote the national spirit among all in the company.
All employees were invited to experience Qatari hospitality in the majlis while indulging in Reyooq, a Qatari breakfast, and a Qatari lunch.
Wafaa al-Saffar, an employee of Total, said: My National Day photo competition, suited for adult participants, was also launched, calling upon them to capture the essence of Qatar and the spirit of National Day celebrations.
The winners of the two competitions will be commemorated in a special ceremony during the Total Marhaba Day celebrations, which is equivalent to Family Day, due to take place late next month.
I would also like to congratulate the organisers of our Qatar National Week celebrations for their successful efforts in promoting a sense of unity among both Qataris and non-Qataris through events, which also honour the rich traditions of Qatar.
Barwa Bank management and employees expressed their collective sense of national pride and patriotism and celebrated Qatar, its proud history and heritage and its people and extended warm greetings to HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, HH the Father Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani and the Qatari people.
In a statement, Barwa Bank said: We look towards as a continuation of the growth and prosperity for the bank as well as the continuing success and achievement enjoyed by this great country.
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Those military sweeps resulted in his shops being razed. Most businesses and schools were shut yesterday in response to a call for protests made by the separatist Southern Movement.
Saudi Arabia yesterday beheaded a child rapist. Authorities carried out the sentence against him in Buraydah city, northwest of Riyadh, the ministry said in a statement carried by the official Saudi Press Agency.
He also cited the use of energy resources, primarily electricity, by refugees unable to pay for it.
Tourism has also been hit hard, Derbas said of some , tourists who used to arrive overland via Syria. The seven, all members of the Baath party which has ruled Syria for 50 years, were detained last week, the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
He confessed to having kidnapped a member of the Syrian rebel group Ahrar al-Sham, and is also suspected of abducting a Syrian opposition member more than a month ago in eastern Lebanon and a sheikh he handed over to the Syrian authorities.
Jordan training for soldiers to begin soon Reuters Amman J People watch from the Turkish border as smoke rises from Kobane, in this October 26 file photo.
Kobane is strategically situated in northern Syria close to the Turkish border. To Syrian Kurds, the town is a symbol of resistance and pride.
The Kurds are backed by USled air strikes that started against the extremist group in Syria in late September. Should Kobane fall to Islamic State, it would give the Al Qaeda splinter group control over an area of at least km near the Turkish-Syrian border, which could become a major supply route for the radical militia.
The world should do more to help. They should open humanitarian passages for our people. The peshmerga, who have come to Kobane with their weapons, have made a difference.
But this is still not enough. She believes that victory for Kurds there is imminent. We are peaceful people. Speaking after meeting Jordanian King Abdullah, Khaled al Obeidi said Amman would also supply the Iraqi army with arms needed for its drawn-out fight against the radical Islamists who have seized wide swathes of the north and west of his country.
Obeidi was due to visit Jordanian army camps today. The fall of large parts of Anbar province bordering Jordan to IS poses a major security risk for the kingdom, officials say.
Obeidi speaks to the media in Amman yesterday. The farm was located in the Nile Delta province of Sharqiya, northeast of Cairo. A car bomb found at the scene was detonated by remote control, the statement said.
Police also seized suicide belts, weapons and ammunition. Ansar Beit al-Maqdis Partisans of Jerusalem has claimed an October 24 suicide bombing that killed 30 soldiers in North Sinai, a brazen attack that sparked a state of emergency.
The militants say their attacks are to avenge a government crackdown targeting supporters of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Mursi that has left at least 1, people dead.
The group has pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group that has captured swathes of territory in Syria and Iraq. Wait at border Coca-Cola factory being built in Gaza Palestinians await permission to enter Egypt as they gather at the Rafah border crossing between Egypt and southern Gaza Strip yesterday.
Around Palestinians left Gaza through the Rafah crossing the previous day after Cairo authorised a temporary reopening of the border, a Palestinian official said.
Coca-Cola yesterday began construction of its first plant in the Gaza Strip, the Israeli army confirmed. Once complete, the plant is expected to create 1, jobs in the industrial complex of Karni, where it will be based.
One of the men responsible for the venture is Palestinian businessman Zahi Churi, who already runs a Coca-Cola factory in Ramallah.
Essebsi - now 88 - held key posts under Habib Bourguiba, the father of Tunisian independence, but also under dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali who was deposed in An anti-Islamist lawyer, Essebsi became prime minister after the revolt and organised parliamentary elections later that year.
His detractors had accused him of seeking to restore the regime of Ben Ali, who clung to power for 23 years before fleeing, combining authoritarian rule with a degree of prosperity and stability for his people.
After independence from France in , he became an adviser to Bourguiba, holding a number of key jobs under him and later under Ben Ali. Over the years, Essebsi was director general of the national police and interior minister.
He later held the defence portfolio before becoming ambassador to France. He also served in parliament, holding the speakership in and When Ben Ali skipped the country for exile in Saudi Arabia on January 14, , prime minister Mohamed Ghannouchi declared himself president.
But just a day later, parliament speaker Fouad Mebazaa took the reins of power. Ghannouchi remained premier for another six weeks, before Mebazaa called on Essebsi to replace him and head an interim government until elections for a constituent assembly could be held.
In October this year, Nidaa Tounes emerged as the winner in parliamentary elections, with Ennahda coming in a close second.
It is also difficult to corner him. During the campaign he was taken to task for the way he responded to criticism by a female Islamist member of the constituent assembly.
Essebsi is married and has two sons and two daughters. A supporter of Essebsi celebrates in Tunis yesterday. Essebsi wins Tunisia presidential election Essebsi takes Essebsi, an year-old former official in previous Tunisian regimes, took Essebsi had claimed victory shortly after polls closed but Marzouki, a long-exiled year-old rights activist, refused initially to concede defeat.
Essebsi thanked Marzouki and told him: Participation in the second round was The vote was seen as a landmark in Tunisia, which sparked the Arab Spring mass revolutions with the ouster of long-time strongman Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.
Essebsi accused his rival of representing the moderately Islamist party Ennahda that ruled after the revolution and which installed him as president.
Continued divisions were clear as some protesters clashed with police at El Hamma in the south, where Marzouki had widespread support.
The Benghazi Medical Centre said it received the bodies of seven people and 35 wounded in the clashes, while Al Jala hospital said it took in four bodies and 25 wounded.
An injured soldier receives medical treatment in Benghazi yesterday. Islamist militias rarely report their casualties.
The revolution that began in Tunisia spread to many parts of the Arab world, with mass protests in Egypt, Libya, Syria and Yemen. Nidaa Tounes won parliamentary polls in October and Essebsi promised to begin the process of forming a government after the presidential vote.
Ennahda came second in the general election and has not ruled out joining in a governing coalition. Under a new post-revolution constitution, presidential powers have been curbed to guard against a return to dictatorship.
The next government will face major challenges. A nascent jihadist threat has also emerged, with militant groups long suppressed under Ben Ali carrying out several attacks including the killings of two anti-Islamist politicians.
The president who has visibly lost weight in recent months, also dismissed public sentiments that he might be lining up Ramaphosa to take over as he appears to be delegating him more tasks than normal.
Zuma last week assigned Ramaphosa to oversee the running of three troubled state companies, including the energy provider Eskom following weeks of rolling electricity blackouts that have cost the country hundreds of millions of dollars.
Zuma also vowed to stop opposition lawmakers, who had hounded him out of parliament, to disrupt the national assembly. But in the interview on Sunday, Zuma said that these incidents would no longer be tolerated.
Zuma is due to deliver his state of nation address to parliament on February 12 next year. Zuma said he had not violated any regulations. Muslims trapped in CAR: The rights group said about 1, Muslims - many of them ethnic Peuhl herders - are trapped in Yaloke, Carnot and Boda, where they arrived when fleeing attacks by the largely Christian anti-Balaka militia in late and early The conditions are the worst in Yaloke, where 42 people have died from malnutrition and diseases since February.
Keeping a safe distance An Ebola patient, who only provided his first name as Peter right , talks to his wife from within the quarantined zone in the Kerry town Ebola treatment centre outside Freetown, capital of Sierra Leone, yesterday.
The blast hit the Dukku motor park on the outskirts of Gombe city, capital of Gombe state, at roughly Kikwete yesterday defended the transfer of funds, saying there was no wrongdoing by government officials in the deal and PAP said the payment was legal.
The attack happened as reports emerged that Boko Haram militants had torched the town of Geidam in neighbouring Yobe state at the weekend.
The bomb in Gombe was planted near a bus that was filling up with passengers, said Mato Yakubu of the National Orientation Agency, a government body responsible for the media.
The city was hit by a triple bombing blamed on the Islamists on October Witness Awwalu Lame said a mob formed at the station shortly after the blast went off, with locals throwing stones at the security services.
Anger has risen across northern Nigeria amid complaints that the security services have repeatedly failed to contain the violence.
While experts agree that isolated bombings are extremely difficult to stop, the broader military response to the extremist uprising has been widely criticised.
Boko Haram gunmen stormed Geidam in Yobe on Sunday, setting fire to several buildings and forcing residents to flee to the bush, witnesses said.
The attackers rampaged late into the night and reportedly faced no resistance from the military. While some people fled, others locked themselves in houses that were later torched and locals were going door-to-door to see if any lives were lost.
Details of attacks in the remote region often take several days to emerge due to the poor mobile phone network. The insurgency has forced more than 1.
Underscoring the severity of the crisis, people, mostly women and children, were kidnapped on December 14 from the town of Gumsuri in Borno. The attack recalled the kidnapping of more than girls from a school in the town of Chibok in April, a mass abduction that Jonathan vowed would not happen again.
According to park officials, Hwange is home to over 53, elephants and as a result of overpopulation, the country is now considering selling part of the herd to buyers in France, the United Arab Emirates and China.
Authorities in the central African nation of Burundi said yesterday they had arrested the brother of a man who was killed in France after a suspected Islamist-motivated attack.
Bertrand Nzohabonayo was shot dead on Saturday after entering the police station armed with a knife, seriously wounding two officers - slashing one in the face - and hurting another.
He added that Burundi had told France last year that the two brothers - who regularly visited Burundi - should be considered suspect because of their extremist religious views.
Mugabe fires more cabinet ministers Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has fired two cabinet ministers and five deputy ministers, the presidency announced late Sunday, in an apparent purge targeting allies of his former deputy Joice Mujuru.
The move came after months of political upheaval in Zimbabwe over the succession to year-old Mugabe when he dies or steps down.
The two were seen as allies of former vice president Mujuru, who was dismissed two weeks ago along with seven cabinet ministers and a deputy minister.
Five deputy ministers - for health, justice, rural affairs, work and transport - were also dismissed on Sunday. De Blasio calls for pause in protests Mayor De Blasio is attempting to bring his estranged police force back into the fold Reuters New York N ew York City Mayor Bill de Blasio sought to ease tensions with the police force on Monday, calling for a suspension of protests against the use of excessive force until after the funerals of two officers killed by a gunman over the weekend.
De Blasio, a Democrat who has come under intense criticism from some police unions for his handling of protests over police killings of unarmed black men, asked the city to stand by families of the officers slain on Saturday.
Then debate can begin again. The gunman then killed himself. Earlier yesterday, police commissioner William Bratton urged an easing of tensions after some in his force accused de Blasio of being insufficiently supportive of police.
This is something that should be bringing us all together, not taking us apart. De Blasio was elected last year on a promise to advance civil rights after two decades of his predecessors emphasizing law and order policies that helped New York shed its reputation for violent crime.
Several police officers turned their backs on de Blasio in protest when he arrived at the Brooklyn hospital where the two officers were taken after they were shot.
The police union said the mayor had blood on his hands. Bratton said he considered it inappropriate for police officers to turn their backs on the mayor.
He said labour talks and pension concerns were fuelling their discontent. De Blasio and Bratton earlier yesterday visited the families of both officers.
The grand juries that investigated the killings of Michael Brown in Ferguson and Eric Garner in New York found that the police officers involved broke no laws.
On Monday, a Milwaukee prosecutor said that a police officer would not be charged for the April fatal shooting of a black man.
A foundation established by late New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner will pay for the education expenses of the two children of slain officer Rafael Ramos, a spokeswoman said yesterday.
Ramos, 40, and his partner, Wenjian Liu, 28, were shot dead in the BedfordStuyvesant neighbourhood of Brooklyn. Liu had recently married and did not have any children.
Former police officer not charged in Milwaukee shooting death Reuters Milwaukee A former Milwaukee police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man was acting in self defence and will not be charged, the district attorney said yesterday, two days after dozens of demonstrators calling for justice in the case were arrested.
Wenjian Liu, 32, and Rafael Ramos, 40, were shot in the head through the window of their patrol car in broad daylight in Brooklyn on Saturday following weeks of anti-police protests.
Officers described Brinsley as an extremely disturbed individual with a clear anti-police bias. Some police lashed out at de Blasio, accusing him of creating a dangerous mood by allowing demonstrators to shut down New York streets in protest at recent police killings of unarmed black men.
Perhaps in an effort to calm the situation, NYPD unions decided not to comment on the situation until further notice. The mayor was allowing them to take the streets.
When I was the mayor, nobody took my streets. Other threats were phoned into a police station in Staten Island, where black father of six Eric Garner died after being held in a police chokehold in July, and made on Facebook.
The New York Post also reported that police cars were sabotaged in The Bronx and that a Bronx teenager pulled the trigger of his gun at officers after emptying the weapon shooting out windows.
The Hamilton family called for the US department of justice to investigate. We are going to stay strong. Protests have been held in Milwaukee since the incident occurred.
On Friday, 74 people were taken into custody after an evening demonstration spilled onto a highway and stopped rush hour traffic.
Demonstrations against the use of ex- cessive force by police have been held around the United States in the wake of recent cases in which unarmed black men were killed by white policemen.
He said Manney had acted without malice but that he had failed to follow police policies when addressing mentally ill people.
Manney told investigators that he found Hamilton, who had a history of mental illness, lying on the ground in the park.
Manney then shot Hamilton, according to police. Local media reported Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker granted a request by local law enforcement officials to deploy National Guard troops in the city if protests became violent.
Asked about threats from Pyongyang to hit back if it is sanctioned over the Sony affair, Harf said: Top-level representatives were not due to attend the talks in Yangon, which were expected to focus on the shelling, an official said.
The military says the artillery shell was just a warning shot which inadvertently hit the camp. Duangchit Khonthokhonbari, 33, who had been working in Malaysia as a maid, was caught with 2.
Anyone with at least 50 grams of methamphetamine is considered a trafficker in Malaysia and subject to the death penalty. Defence lawyers could not be reached for immediate comment, but Duangchit is expected to appeal against the death sentence, which is carried out by hanging in Malaysia.
A customs check at the airport on December 7 discovered 1. Her lawyers insist she was innocently duped into carrying a bag that appeared to contain only clothing by a stranger in Shanghai.
Hundreds of Malaysians and foreigners are on death row in the Muslim-majority country, many for drug-related offences, though few have been executed in recent years.
Last year Dominic Bird, a truck driver from Perth, was acquitted on drug trafficking charges after he was allegedly caught with grams of crystal methamphetamine.
A sixth cleaner was implicated in the case but reportedly died in custody. Canadian Neil Bantleman, an administrator at the school, and Indonesian teaching assistant Ferdinand Tjiong, are also on trial separately, accused of sexually assaulting children.
They were alerted after a year-old man tested positive in November and started convincing others who had also visited the same practitioner, yearold Yem Chrin, to get tested.
Yem Chrin admitted to routinely re-using syringes and was a well-respected local doctor who provided cheap services to the poor, according to provincial deputy police chief Chet Vanny.
A Myanmar television station and website, the Democratic Voice of Burma DVB , said that one person was killed during the protest near the Letpadaung copper mine in central Myanmar.
Khin San Hlaing, a parliamentarian with the opposition National League for Democracy, cited witnesses as saying a woman died after being struck in the head by a bullet.
So, through a Google search, the wife of a Bangladeshi construction executive chose a Malaysian hospital for her heart bypass surgery.
International medical tourism began to gain ground in the s as Latin American countries such as Costa Rica and Brazil offered relatively cheap dental, cosmetic and other procedures to US and European patients driven south by high costs.
Alexandria Garvie from Australia poses following a tummy-tuck operation at a private hospital in Kuala Lumpur..
Procedures vary widely from fertility treatments in Barbados, to cosmetic surgery in Brazil, heart and eye operations in Malaysia, and gender-reassignment in Thailand.
Patients come from both rich and poor nations, the former driven by high costs at home, and the latter seeking better-quality care.
Thailand says it attracted 2. Patients Beyond Borders estimates Singapore draws more than a half million treatmentseekers annually, mostly from neighbouring Indonesia, where health systems lag.
Malaysia set up a special body in to streamline and organise industry players. The company also recently opened a new branch near the border with Singapore to entice patients from the more affluent city-state.
Most medical tourists to Malaysia, however, are wellheeled visitors from less-developed Indonesia, followed by Indians, Japanese and Chinese.
Future growth is expected from the wealthy Middle East. Ancillary businesses have sprouted. Beautiful Holidays, based on the northern Malaysian island of Penang, connects overseas clients with local cosmetic surgeons, arranges their accommodations, and shepherds them to pre- and post-op check-ups.
But it also arranges drinks, dining and sightseeing in Penang, know for its historical sites, beaches and cultural melange. Ashley Higgins, a yearold American, has used the company twice, first for a breast augmentation, then a nose job.
She was initially wary of going under the knife on the other side of the globe, but price concerns won out. Illegal trade in wild cat parts thriving DPA Yangon T he illegal trade in tiger and other wild cat parts from Myanmar into China has grown, a survey said yesterday, while the same trade into Thailand has diminished.
In Tachilek on the MyanmarThailand border, shops selling wild cat parts including tiger and leopard skins and skulls, fell from 35 in , to just six in , UK-based wildlife NGO Traffic said in a press release.
Over 2, wild cat parts, the majority of them skins, were recorded. The study looked at trade in the two border towns over two decades.
The ruling Communist party is trying to ease the resentment caused by mistaken verdicts, which are fuelled by police reliance on forced confessions and the lack of effective defence in criminal trials.
China has more than 50 minority groups, many of whom have their own distinct cultures, ranging from groups with large populations like the Tibetans and Mongols to tiny minorities with threatened languages, including the shamanistic Evenki.
The son of kung fu star Jackie Chan has been charged with providing a venue for others to use drugs, the state Xinhua news agency reported, citing prosecutors.
Jaycee Chan, who like his father has worked as an actor and singer, was detained in August after police said they found grams of marijuana in his Beijing home.
Prosecutors will now bring the evidence against Chan to a court, which can still decide whether or not to accept the case.
Prosecutors had no information on the latest development on their website late Monday. If the amendment is approved, all tobacco ads will be banned except those posted in tobacco shops, Xinhua said, citing an official at the NPC Law Committee.
Ads would be banned in public places, hospitals and schools, and public transport facilities. The year-old drummer said he wanted to remain part of the band he first joined in after his arrest last month.
The Chinese foreign ministry statement came after talks Sunday between Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his counterpart John Kerry and followed calls by Washington for China and other nations for help in deterring future attacks.
Washington accuses Pyongyang of being behind the hack that led to the release of embarrassing company emails and caused Sony executives to halt the debut of the comedy action film The Interview.
Despite calls from Republican critics for a robust response to the alleged hack, Obama told CNN in an interview: I think it was an act of cyber vandalism that was very costly, very expensive.
We take it very seriously. There did not appear to be any link between the drill and the Sony Pictures hack, and North Korea says it has never attempted or made a cyber attack on South Korea.
It gave no other details. But two sources with ties to the leadership said that Ling, who heads a party body charged with reaching out to non-Communists and holds a rank equivalent to a vice premier, may escape prosecution.
Several allies of another former president, Jiang Zemin, have also been targeted, including former Chongqing party boss Bo Xilai and former domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang.
The car, a Ferrari according to some of the sources, crashed in Beijing in March in an embarrassment for the ruling Communist Party, which is sensitive to perceptions that children of top party officials live rich, privileged lifestyles completely out of touch with the masses, the sources said.
Aussie court orders partner of Sydney hostage-taker jailed Reuters Sydney A n Australian court yesterday ordered bail revoked for the partner of a self-styled Sheikh who last week stormed a Sydney cafe at gunpoint, sparking a hour hostage crisis that left three people dead, including the gunman.
Monis, who had been charged as an accessory to the murder, had also been free on bail. The backlash came after he unveiled sweeping changes Sunday to his ministry, dumping Defence Minister David Johnston, promoting Immigration Minister Scott Morrison and appointing only his second woman to cabinet.
It followed recent opinion polls showing his personal approval rating and that of his conservative government had plunged over tough spending cuts and perceived broken promises since coming to power late last year.
In opposition Abbott, who was accused of sexism by former leader Julia Gillard in an infamous speech about misogyny, claimed repealing the tax would help women by low- ing electricity costs associated with ironing.
Labor Senate leader Penny Wong added: Among the cabinet changes, Morrison was moved to the social services ministry with Abbott making welfare reform one of his key priorities.
Johnson was replaced by Health Minister Peter Dutton while Assistant Education Minister Sussan Ley assumed the health and sport portfolios, doubling the number of women in the ministry.
Julie Bishop is Foreign Minister. Chief Magistrate Graeme Henson cited her prior convictions, the particularly heinous nature of the alleged offence and the slight possibility she might skip bail as factors in deciding to remand her in custody until trial.
She will next appear in court in February. Last week, the commissioner of police in New South Wales state, Andrew Scipione, said he was concerned that Monis had been granted bail on earlier charges, leaving him free in the community, sparking calls for a wider review of the bail system.
House where eight kids killed to be demolished Reuters Sydney T he house where an Australian mother allegedly killed eight children, most of them her own, will likely be demolished in keeping with indigenous culture to make way for a memorial, a government official said yesterday.
Thaiday is the mother of the four boys and three of the girls who were slain. The eighth child was her niece. King said the government would liaise with the community on what form a memorial would take.
Thaiday was charged on Sunday with eight counts of murder over the deaths of the children, aged between two and 14 years.
Comans said during a brief hearing at the Cairns Magistrates Court yesterday it was too soon for such a request.
No plea was entered at the hearing on behalf of Thaiday, who remains under police guard in hospital. She is being treated for stab wounds.
MacFarlane said he was not sure how long his client would remain in hospital, where she is also awaiting psychiatric assessment. Police have asked that media abide by the cultural protocols of the indigenous Torres Strait Islander community.
Video footage filmed by a witness showed her sobbing, swearing and tearing out her hair extensions during the incident on Saturday, the newspaper said.
Palmer-Tomkinson, who has battled drug problems in the past, was taken to a west London police station and accepted a caution under the Public Order Act.
Following her arrest, the former reality television star told The Sun that a panic attack triggered her behaviour. David Cameron risks alienating moderate Conservative voters by trying to be more like the UK Independence Party in the hope of wooing back defectors, a former Tory treasurer has warned.
And Lord Ashcroft cautioned that talking about Europe and immigration with the aim of winning over Ukip supporters might actually undermine the Tory lead on other issues, by highlighting areas where voters think they are unable to make much difference.
The billionaire Conservative peer, who has made major donations to the party in the past, was discussing the key findings of national opinion polls he has conducted on a weekly basis throughout Despite running in the West End since , The Lion King has kept its crown as the show families want to see.
The musical has topped a list of the most popular theatre and family events, according to Ticketmaster. Based on the Disney film of the same name, the show has been seen by more than 75mn people worldwide and still proves a hit for British audiences at the London Lyceum and on tour.
Also in the top 10 are Mamma Mia! Motoring and pedestrian groups have raised concerns about the move, suggesting that accident rates on darkened roads in towns and cities are rising, and is leaving walkers feeling unsafe.
A seal has been found stranded in a field. Police said a dog walker reported to them that she had seen the animal on land in Newton-le-Willows, near St Helens, Merseyside, at about 9.
The seal has since been contained by officers, with conservation experts at the location, but police warned members of the public to stay away for their own safety.
In a statement, Merseyside Police said: Nightmare for shoppers as supermarket websites crash London Evening Standard London S hoppers were yesterday left fearing they will be without food for Christmas after supermarket websites crashed under the strain of unprecedented volumes of online orders.
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The supermarket said it was preparing to deliver more than , orders in the three days to December West End traders were braced for another huge surge of shoppers yesterday after Saturday saw numbers up 6.
The rubbish truck right is seen wedged into the wall of the Millennium Hotel in George Square in central Glasgow, Scotland, yesterday.
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