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How Jessica Doody changed her name and followed her boyfriend to India 36 minutes ago

The father of an autistic woman who secretly got a new passport and followed her boyfriend to northern India is demanding to know how she managed to sneak out of New Zealand. Christchurch broker Craig Doody wants a police investigation into how Jessica Doody, a 24-year-old with the mental capacity....
 

Darien Police Reports

The following items were taken from the Darien police blotter throughout the past week. Arrestees are presumed innocent until proven guilty. April 11 Brandon Duda, 23, of the 8400 block of Captons Lane, was arrested at 12:44 p.m. in the 8400 block of Captons for two counts of domestic battery. He was taken to DuPage County Jail.

Strategic Cooperation Between BlueFocus IFEC and Global Broadcasting Media Group Enriches Audiovisual Content for Passengers and Creates Channels for Cultural Export

As the only operating platform for all media and culture resources of China International Radio and China International Broadcasting Network, Global Broadcasting Media Group has a full media business that includes broadcasting, television, publishing, internet, and other media resources.

World: Online Certificate Course on Gender-based Violence Training

Course Description: Gender-based violence (GBV) has been recognized as a cross-cutting issue affecting the lives of victims from a diversity of dimensions including culture, education, health, economy, psychology, livelihoods and political participation.

World: Online Certificate Course on Gender and Development Training

Course Description: This course is designed to prompt an exploration of common behaviours and attitudes towards gender differences. It will present facts and figures about the situation of women and men in our society today – and references from key documents that highlight policies formulated to address gender concerns.

Syrian Arab Republic: Brussels II Syria conference must not fall short

Focus on aid, increased pledges and accountability for previous commitments needed, according to eight leading aid agencies. Donors and governments meeting tomorrow and Wednesday for the Brussels II conference must take the opportunity to bring change for the millions of vulnerable Syrians in their....

Queen’s University PhD student wants to put an end to sports injuries

Global News Sharmeen Somani A Queen's PHD student, Allen Champagne is helping football students better their technique to prevent injuries. He has gone to several other cities in Eastern Ontario and today was his second time coaching community teams in Kingston.

Rideau Heights facility welcomes community

The Rideau Heights Community Centre opened its doors wide to receive Kingstonians for the first time on Saturday. Hundreds of local residents, both from the Rideau Heights community and from across the city, streamed through the brand-new building's doors and congregated in the sun-filled gymnasium....

Dorothy Brown brushes aside federal probe, announces run for Chicago mayor

Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown on Sunday brushed aside a long-running corruption investigation into her office and announced she would run for mayor next year to to create a “transformative, transparent and inclusive government.” With Carl Carlton’s 1981 R&B hit “She’s a Bad Mama....

Trump's brash 'fixer' has becomes a danger

In tweets on the weekend, Trump rejected speculation that Cohen would turn against him. Citing a New York Times report on the issue, he wrote that he "always liked & respected" Cohen, adding: "Most people will flip if the Government lets them out of trouble, even if it means lying or making up stories.

The tax office’s big launch to give back super

In this topsy-turvy world, the only sure things are death and taxes. So what does it say about the times when the Australian Taxation Office is trying to give away money? That’s right, to offload more than $3.75 billion in ATO-held superannuation, the tax office has launched an extensive email and....

China is getting increasingly aggressive with Taiwan — but...

http://www.businessinsider.com/china-taiwan-tensions-increasingly-aggressive-2018-4?utm_source=hearst&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=allverticals. Reuters Recent Chinese military action shows that Xi Jinping has taken a much more aggressive stance on Taiwan than his immediate predecessors.

Nicaragua’s president cancels social security overhaul Nicaragua’s president has withdrew changes to the social security system that had triggered deadly protests and looting.

President Daniel Ortega said in a message to the nation that the social security board of directors had cancelled the changes implemented on April 16. The overhaul was intended to shore up Nicaragua’s troubled social security system by both reducing benefits and increasing taxes.

Why was plutonium dust left to blow for miles across a Washington plateau?

RICHLAND, Wash. — As crews demolished a shuttered nuclear weapons plant during 2017 in central Washington, specks of plutonium were swept up in high gusts and blown miles across a desert plateau above the Columbia River. The releases at the Department of Energy cleanup site spewed unknown amounts of....

France's Macron says he has no 'plan B' for Iran nuclear deal

WASHINGTON - French President Emmanuel Macron said in a Fox News Sunday interview that he has no "plan B" for the Iran nuclear deal and that the United States should stay in the agreement as long as there is no better option. Macron also said the United States, France and other allies will have a....

Police clash with anti-THAAD protesters

Riot police are trying to remove protesters from a bridge leading to the base of the U.S. THAAD anti-missile system in southeastern South Korea on Monday, sparking clashes between the two sides. About 200 residents and activists have been occupying the Jinbat bridge in a sit-in aimed at blocking....

Police Block Entrance to THAAD Base as Protests Turn Violent

Police have blocked the entrance to the U.S. military's THAAD missile defense base in Seongju North Gyeongsang Province to prevent residents and activists from entering the site. This comes after 30 protesters confronted police officers at the base's entrance on Sunday evening, leaving at least two with injuries following the clashes.

'WE MUST BE PREPARED' Britain should be ready to bomb Syria again, Minister warns TOBIAS Ellwood said 'we don't know' if the Government's decision to authorise strikes on suspected chemical bases would be enough to deter the tyrant in the future. However,

BRITAIN may have to intervene again in Syria because President Assad may still be tempted to use chemical weapons, a Defence Minister warned. said “we don’t know” if the recent airstrikes were enough to stop him in the future. Tobias Ellwood says Britain 'must be prepared' to intervene again in Syria if it was deemed absolutely necessary.

TERROR CRACKDOWN Police to be given tougher anti-terror powers to disrupt plots earlier

Tougher anti-terror powers are to be granted to police and security, aimed at targeting suspects before their plans are finalised. Leaked counter terrorism strategy documents show that security services will be able to disrupt plots earlier, according to the newspaper.

Canadian killed in Peru was suspect in murder of Indigenous elder: police

A Canadian found dead in Peru was a suspect in the death of an Indigenous human rights defender, local police say. A statement from the Peruvian Interior Ministry says the country's national police force discovered the body of Sebastian Paul Woodroffe in the Ucayali region, and his remains have been transferred to a morgue in Pucallpa.

Rs8b set to lapse over slow utilization of Fata funds

PESHAWAR: The annual development programme (ADP) for Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) falls only two-months short of expiration as the secretariat looks to lose at least Rs8 billion due to the slow utilisation of funds. The background briefings and official documents indicate that despite securing Rs11.

Nicaragua's president cancels social security overhaul

An anti-government protester holds up the Spanish sign: "Nicaragua free" at the Jean Paul Jennie round-about where protesters pulled down a statue that is emblematic of the government of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, in Managua, Nicaragua, Saturday, April 21, 2018.

Jennifer Miller's gun rights lawsuit sets off wide debate

An Illinois woman who runs a child care service out of her home is suing the state, saying its restrictions on day care facilities make it illegal for her to keep a gun in her house for self-defense. Jennifer Miller’s lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court for central Illinois after the state....

Inside the Beltway: The GOP has big plans - and $172 million in the war chest

So much for all those news media claims that the Republican Party is drifting around the political realm with no compelling message and dwindling support. Once again, the Republican National Committee has broken another fundraising record, according to chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel , who says the party raised $13.

A Trump even Sweden has to appreciate

Unlike previous presidents from either party, President Trump is using his political authority to actually change the federal government. He’s chalking up victory after victory and making good on a long list of promises. (Associated Press) By Charles Hurt - The Washington Times - Sunday, April 22, 2018.

Nicaragua’s president cancels social security overhaul

Nicaragua’s president has withdrew changes to the social security system that had triggered deadly protests and looting. President Daniel Ortega said in a message to the nation that the social security board of directors had cancelled the changes implemented on April 16.

The Latest: Nicaragua cancels social security overhaul

Masked protesters, one with a Nicaraguan flag, yell from the road block they erected as they face off with security forces near the University Politecnica de Nicaragua (UPOLI) in Managua, Nicaragua, Saturday, April 21, 2018. Nicaragua's government said on Saturday it is willing to negotiate over....

History and hysteria, journalists and dissidents

By Repatriado The Cuban delegation sent by the government to Lima for the Americas Summit. Photo: Minrex. HAVANA TIMES — During the 8th Summit of the Americas held in Peru, the “civil society” who had been chosen, indoctrinated, funded and guided by the Castro government was the spearhead against....

Fired nurses re-hired: Service to improve as more health professionals engaged

Pamela Shumba / Nyaradzo Bakari, Chronicle Reporters GOVERNMENT has re-engaged fired nurses and hired more health practitioners in a development that is expected to improve service delivery at the country’s health institutions. The Health Services Board (HSB) fired nearly 6 000 nurses last week, but....

WA bucks trend with $1.6b railcar boost

Premier Mark McGowan & Transport Minister Rita Saffioti take a tour of a new Transperth train car today. Photo by Michael Wilson, The West Australian. Source:The West Australian. WA is set for a rebirth of its manufacturing industry, according to Premier Mark McGowan, with the State Government announcing a $1.

US spends big in super-missile race

It’s a sobering thought. So, too, is the fact that both China and Russia are boasting they have successfully completed their development programs for the new technology — and have production lines rolling out the new weapons now. The United States Air Force now appears to be taking these claims seriously.
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