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The HSYK made the announcement as an elaboration of its decision not to pursue an inquiry into former yzmir Chief Public Prosecutor HE-seyin BaE-, which had been requested by Justice Minister Bekir Bozday-.
Newsnight editor Peter Rippon yesterday became the fist victim of the botched response after he stepped aside over an "inaccurate" account of why his own show disastrously failed to pursue an inquiry into Savile.
Indonesia has warned Australia not to pursue an inquiry into the deaths of five journalists in East Timor more than 30 years ago.
Last April, the US administration raised the stakes by giving the Congress a green light to hold a hearing session on the subject and provided the UN nuclear watchdog - the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) - with intelligence documentation to pursue an inquiry.
Judge Hopkins ordered that all computer equipment be seized by police from Phillips' bedroom should be forfeited and gave the prosecution 28 days to pursue an inquiry under the proceeds of crime act.
When the dust has settled, and the inevitable legal challenges to the results of yesterday's polls are concluded, the Government must pursue an inquiry with vigour.
This gave her the opportunity to meet and talk with San people in Namibia and to pursue an inquiry into aspects of their spiritual and intellectual lives, an inquiry stimulated 40 years before by her studies of the Drakensberg art.
This is no reflection on their intelligence because there are countless laws they could fall foul of and, to put this into perspective, when I pursue an inquiry on my caller's behalf by ringing the relevant authority, the authority often does not know the answer without doing some research.