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This new policy would allow a bigger role for local authorities and more flexibility to address each particular condition and case in the various areas according to the facts, Ghalawanji explained.
According to the facts of the case, Demopoulos arrived at Larnaca airport on a flight from Athens on July 3 of this year.
What we are saying is that so far, according to the facts given to us and the checks we carried out, no horse meat has entered the food chain in Cyprus.
16 from the earlier year, according to the facts revealed by the Bangladesh Bank.
Sources told, according to the facts and figures collected by police institution's intelligence bureau and special branch that there are approximately more than four thousand people who are residing illegally in Islamabad and its suburb areas, there links with banned organizations and criminal elements can not be ruled out.
According to the facts available with this scribe from 2003-08 the government approved a budget of Rs.
According to the facts, the child was forced to perform the act on her father in his room, and when he was done with her, he told her to leave the room and wash her mouth.
The former secretary made false entries for about 400 million yen in political fund reports submitted to the government using the names of people -- even including dead people -- who did not actually donate any money, according to the facts in the case presented by the prosecution.
WORCESTER - According to the facts and figures in the AHL Guide and Record Book, the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins are not the greatest team in league history.
I make my most important decisions according to the facts on the ground, and do not allow the past, or some sentimental interpretation of it, to interfere with my present actions.
Berro commented on the impact of the current global economic crisis on Lebanon and the country's position, among other countries in the region, in attracting foreign investment in 2007, according to the facts stated under the WIR 2008.
Judge John Neligan, sentencing Robert Botur at Exeter Crown Court, said Anita Quartly's family may find the sentence "derisory" but he had to sentence according to the facts.