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Austral Asia Line, a subsidiary of Schoeller Holdings, in November celebrated the inaugural call of its new liner service at the Port of Everett. The company, also referred to as AAL, is headquatered in Singapore and specializes in transporting break-
13 December 2013 09:44 PM Many stockholders of AMR Corp. were happy with its merger with US Airways Group Inc. until they found out Monday how much stock they had received in the new American Airlines Group Inc.
Austral Asia Line , AAL for short, is a subsidiary of Schoeller Holdings. The company specializes in moving heavy equipment to and from the Far East...The port made the announcement about the new business on Friday. AAL joins six other shipping lines
The annual conference of the Ambient Assisted Living Joint Programme (AAL JP), the AAL Forum, is entitled "Impacting individuals, society and economic growth" and its goal is twofold: on the one hand the conference will showcase the significant
But that wasn't all there was to it. "I was a bit of an outsider," says Abasi, 29. "Especially to be a black kid playing guitar and skateboarding. I would bleach my hair blond, paint my fingernails and wear really weird clothes...His Washington, D.C.,
The stars and constellations in the clear night sky have inspired great fascination and wonder for astronomers and gazers alike. Astronomy is interesting and exotic, says Bruce Twarog, Advisor for Astronomy Associates of Lawrence...The Astronomy
National The police said on Tuesday that they had not intended to take legal action against a suspected juvenile sandal thief in Palu, Central Sulawesi, but had been made to do so by the boy's parent and lawyer. So this (legal process) is the request
AAL, a boy facing a prison sentence for stealing the sandals belonging to a police officer in Palu, Central Sulawesi. This is the response from the public who have been moved to help solve the boy's problem, but not through manner of violence or
Archipelago Residents of Palu, Central Sulawesi, have launched a 100 Sandals for Children movement to support the 15-year-old boy facing five years' imprisonment for allegedly stealing the sandals of a Palu Police officer.
Archipelago A Central Sulawesi Police officer has his promotion delayed for one year after he was convicted of beating up a 15-year-old boy in custody. The boy, identified only as AAL, allegedly stole another police officer's sandals.