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Moldovan judokas lend muscle to UAE squad

Al Tamimi expects naturalised athletes to bring home medals Incheon: The UAE Wrestling, Judo and Kick Boxing Federation has fully backed the presence of international judokas in the UAE judo team participating at the 2014 Incheon Asian Games. ... Gulf News, 2 months ago
'Naturalised' UAE judo team kicked out Gulf Daily News, 2 months ago

Rwanda: Naturalised Players Speak Out On Ban From Amavubi

By Peter Kamasa Foreign players on the national team have broken the silence on the decision taken by Rwanda Football Federation (Ferwafa) directing them to drop adopted Rwandan names. The players must assume their original names and if they feel ...
 AllAfrica.com2 months ago Rwanda: Ferwaba Closes Door to Hoops Team for Foreign Players  AllAfrica.com1 month ago Rwanda drops naturalised players  Southern Times Africa3 weeks ago Naturalised Players Speak Out On Ban From Amavubi  Individual.com2 months ago

Sentencing delayed for terror supporter in Florida

gin man seeking a more lenient prison sentence than federal prosecutors want for supporting overseas terrorism must first demonstrate he has renounced extremist views and show remorse, a federal judge said today. Prosecutors want 31-year-old Gufran ...
 Business Standard India6 days ago
IBNLive India News

Man to sue US government after being cleared in the Taliban terror case

Miami : Irfan Khan, a naturalised US citizen from Pakistan with a wife and two children, worked hard to realise the American dream after arriving in this country in 1994. He held jobs in South Florida as a taxi driver, service technician and ...
 IBNLive India News1 month ago Pakistani man cleared in Taliban terror case to sue US govt  DAWN Group1 month ago
Independent On Saturday

Somali-American jailed for bomb plot

Portland, Oregon - A US judge sentenced a Somali-American man on Wednesday to 30 years in federal prison for trying to blow up a Christmas tree lighting celebration in Oregon four years ago with a fake bomb supplied by undercover government agents. ...
 Independent On Saturday1 month ago

Education - As It Was in the Past, Not So Today

The constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (1999) emphasizes the importance and linkage of education to the development of any society when it highlighted that education satisfies a basic human need for knowledge, provides a means of ...
 Individual.com1 month ago Education: As it was in the past, not so today  Nigeria Daily Independent1 month ago

Accommodating diversity

Sabah and Sarawak's special position in our federation is based on compelling socio-political, economic, geographical and legal considerations. THERE is no universal or single set of best practices or institutional and constitutional designs to ... months ago

Should Ferwafa Sell Broadcasting Rights?

By Collins Mwai & Doreen Umutesi The latest directive by Rwanda Football Federation (Ferwafa) to sell the broadcasting rights of their matches will not do much to promote the sport in the country. The winners of the broadcasting tender whose bid ...
 AllAfrica.com4 weeks ago
Canberra Times

Australia to seize assets of corrupt officials

Beijing: The Australian Federal Police are poised to seize assets of corrupt Chinese officials within weeks, in an unprecedented joint operation with their Chinese counterparts. In an exclusive interview with Fairfax Media, Commander Bruce Hill, ...
 Canberra Times1 month ago Australia set to seize assets of corrupt Chinese officials  Blacktown Sun1 month ago Australia to help China seize corrupt Chinese officials' assets  Reuters India1 month ago Australia set to help China seize assets of corrupt Chinese officials-paper  Reuters UK1 month ago
Canberra Times

Seeker seeks compo over council use of iconic song I am Australian

Bruce Woodley, a founding member of the hugely successful pop-folk group the Seekers, is suing the federal government over the use of his iconic song I am Australian. It's a song that celebrates the diversity of Australian society and is regularly ...
 Harden Express1 month ago Seeker seeks cash over copyright  Canberra Times1 month ago
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