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A demonstrator stands on the street at North Ave and Pennsylvania Ave in Baltimore, Maryland April 30, 2015. An internal Baltimore police report on the death of Freddie Gray who suffered severe spinal injuries while in custody was handed over on Thursday to prosecutors, who must decide whether or not to bring charges against any of the six patrol officers involved in the man's arrest.Donta Allen, ...
Source : International Business Times | 21 Day(s) AgoCategory : Headlines
The police chief of port of Los Angeles was indicted Thursday on corruption charges, and could face a maximum of 124 years in federal prison if convicted. In Photo - Cargo containers sit idle at the Port of Los Angeles as a back-log of over 30 container ships sit anchored outside the Port in Los Angeles, California, February 18, 2015.Ronald J. Boyd, chief of police for the Port of Los Angeles, was...
Source : International Business Times | 21 Day(s) AgoCategory : Headlines
pro-Russian separatist tank is seen along a road in Yenakieve town, northeast from Donetsk, on Feb. 2, 2015.(Reuters) - Russia's military may be taking advantage of a recent lull in fighting in eastern Ukraine to lay the groundwork for a new military offensive, NATO's top commander told the U.S. Congress on Thursday.U.S. Air Force General Philip Breedlove, the NATO supreme allied commander, said R...
Source : International Business Times | 21 Day(s) AgoCategory : Headlines
Barbaros Avenue is seen empty as police block streets to prevent people from gathering for May Day demonstrations in Besiktas neighbourhood in Istanbul, Turkey on May 1, 2015.(Reuters) - Istanbul went into a security lockdown on Friday as thousands of police manned barricades and closed streets to stop May Day rallies at Taksim Square, a symbolic point for protests.Citing security concerns, author...
Source : International Business Times | 21 Day(s) AgoCategory : Headlines
protester holds a placard calling for justice for Filipina drug convict Mary Jane Veloso during a protest outside the presidential palace in Manila April 29, 2015.The family of Mary Jane Veloso, one of the convicts set to be executed by firing squad in Indonesia on Wednesday, criticized the Philippines government over its alleged mishandling of the case. The Filipina received a temporary stay of e...
Source : International Business Times | 21 Day(s) AgoCategory : Headlines
increase in graduates with large debts could be due to a growing number taking on postgraduate study, says Grattan Institute's Andrew Norton.The number of university graduates with large debts is growing but fewer graduates are earning enough to pay back their loans – fresh evidence that today's new graduates are struggling to find full-time work and are receiving lower starting salaries than thei...
Source : Sydney Morning Herald | 21 Day(s) AgoCategory : Headlines
is one game, but it is a game changer. A money can't buy moment. A red-letter day. Footballers with big dreams were moved to punch the air with joy at the news. Footballers and non-footballers alike went nuts on social media.All this to spread the word that women's footy had won its first live national broadcast on a free-to-air commercial television station.Western Bulldogs v Melbourne on Sunday,...
Source : Sydney Morning Herald | 21 Day(s) AgoCategory : Headlines
Blues are looking to the comforts of home to provide a forgettable Super Rugby campaign with late respectability.Their bottom-of-the-table clash with the Western Force on Saturday will be at Eden Park, where they will spend most of the remainder of the season. Skipper Jerome Kaino, who has been a stand-out in a struggling side, hopes they can take advantage."We've got six more games, five of them ...
Source : Sydney Morning Herald | 21 Day(s) AgoCategory : Headlines
settings.Council strategy: Pedestrians cross George Street in Sydney's central business district.They are the city's "second-class citizens," a group of a million people who make 92 per cent of the city's journeys each and every day.Now, pedestrians – be they striding commuters, dawdling shoppers or promenading pram-pushers – are reclaiming the streets.A $60 million upgrade to Sydney streets aims ...
Source : Sydney Morning Herald | 21 Day(s) AgoCategory : Headlines
settings.Power coach Ken Hinkley says his team will have to defend really hard against the Crows.​After a blight on the mentality of football supporters in this city following the Alastair Clarkson incident, coaches Phil Walsh and Ken Hinkley reminded everyone what this game was supposed to be all about in the lead-up to their Showdown XXXVIII at Adelaide Oval on Sunday.They faced the media and sp...
Source : Sydney Morning Herald | 21 Day(s) AgoCategory : Headlines
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