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Up to 200 local residents, many in their 70s, have kept a round-the-clock human barricade on the green belt land since the travellers arrived in May 2010 to the camp. The campaign group, known as Residents Against Inappropriate Development,
Les Miz Inspires Catastrophe by Allan Appel Apr 15, 2013 11:15 am Please enter the word you see in the image below: It's not every day that high school art and design students get a commission to create a sculpture guaranteed to be seen by 12,000
O (0) "I don't think we'll ever know why my grandparents did what they did," Perle muses. But her recollections, along with historical accounts of the Kraus' activities (including first-hand reportage from Eleanor's unpublished memoir, expressively
Police in Philadelphia say two school buildings have been locked down as authorities search for a suspect who reportedly pointed a gun at a group of students on their way to school. A police spokeswoman said the incident occurred as the students were
S-I Surinder Singh was hit by a car driven by Sukhdev Singh, a resident of Pipliwala town, at a naka in Sector 26 on Madhya Marg on Sunday night. "Sukhdev was coming from Sector 7 when he was signalled to stop at the naka...SI Surinder Singh, who was
30 p.m., police said, and the agency's tactical team responded to the scene. Additional details were not immediately available. email@example.com Post Your Comment Below "+ this.rel + "
www.thelocal.se/46698/20130313/ Prosecutors have launched a preliminary criminal investigation into the actions of police during a high-speed chase that resulted in the drowning of two suspected petrol thieves after they drove off a bridge.
It is understood four of the injured have been taken to hospital but police say they suffered only minor cuts and abrasions. Police say the driver, who is described as elderly, is being treated for shock and will be interviewed. Jack Dawson, who
According to police, the incident happened in Surya Nagar in Northeast Delhi. The woman was on a moped, heading home to Mansarovar Park from her office in Okhla in Southeast Delhi. The woman said around 9 pm, she stopped at a traffic signal and
Delhi Police are all set to launch a drive from Monday to train their personnel in more effective checking; to improve their behaviour while dealing with the public on road; and barricade management to ensure they are more alert and "upbeat". "Though