Archive for January 13th, 2017

Stanley Brown’s New Book “The Wanderer” is a Vividly Crafted and…

Friday, January 13th, 2017:

(PRWEB) January 13, 2017 Stanley Brown, a retiree, devoted writer and author, has completed his new book “The Wanderer”: a gripping and potent tale full of adventure, mystery, love and friendship. Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Stanley Brown’s mesmerizing story, “The Wanderer,” is the second part of a trilogy of romantic fantasy novels that began with “The Quest.” In this novel, the elf, Canar, near cousin to Prince Caer is offered a position in the prince’s personal guard which is called Caer’s Companions. He, however, not ready yet to settle down, along with his blood brother, the […] Read More →

End of the Ulster witch-hunt? Cap on the age for 'suspects' and a five-year limit on all inquiries is proposed 

Friday, January 13th, 2017:

Police and prosecutors will be banned by law from turning investigations of British troops in Northern Ireland into a ‘witch-hunt’. Ministers have begun work on legislation which will compel authorities to treat historical cases with ‘proportionality’. Under proposals being drafted in Whitehall, there would be an upper age limit on who could be investigated, a five-year time limit on how long an inquiry can last, and a limit on maximum sentences for anyone found guilty. The Government is set to put limits on the length of time British soldiers can face possible investigation over killings while serving in Northern Ireland  […] Read More →

UPDATE 1-Codelco chairman hurt by explosive package but 'in good health'

Friday, January 13th, 2017:

SANTIAGO The chairman of Codelco, Chile’s state-run copper miner, was being treated in the hospital for minor injuries after receiving a package that exploded at his home on Friday. Oscar Landerretche “is in a good state of health after being a victim today of the explosion of an artifact that he received at his home,” said Codelco, the world’s largest copper miner. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet said in comments to journalists that Landerretche had received some injuries on his arms and abdomen, and that his family had been unhurt. “This was unacceptable and of course specialist police forces are investigating,” […] Read More →

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