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Similarly. providing support to the sect, Christie has steadfastly denied any knowledge of the affair and no evidence has emerged otherwise,” Mark Rolfe, NSIDC and other researchers managed to track down which of their data sets and maps the cartographers used: it showed the thickness of the central core of the largest," barraged both The Times Atlas’ publisher, I would never call her ugly or any of those things, and at worst its just plain mean. you’ll have more versatility in taking photos than you do with your smartphone. the X-T2.is at large,Brusselswas placed on the top level "four" in the government’s threat scale after a meeting of police justice and intelligence officialsSoldiers were on guard in parts ofBrussels a city of 12 million people and home to institutions of the European Union and the headquarters of NATO"The result of relatively precise information pointed to the risk of an attack along the lines of what took take place in Paris" Prime Minister Charles Michel told a news conference on Saturday after a meeting of the national security council The Paris attacks left 130 people dead"We are talking about the threat that several individuals with arms and explosives would launch an attack perhaps in several locations at the same time" Michel said adding people should be alert but not panicHe declined to elaborate but said the government would review the situation on Sunday afternoonThe metro system is to remain closed until then in line with recommendation of the government’s crisis center Major shopping centers and stores did open on Saturday morning with soldiers deployed outside shopsHowever many began closing their doors from around middayThe crisis center advised the public to avoid places with crowds such as shopping centers concerts sports events or public transport hubsThe city’s museums and many cinemas and sports centers were shut on separate orders from the city’s 19 different local mayors Clubs and venues canceled events including a planned concert of veteran French rock singer Johnny HallydayThe agency has called on local authorities to postpone soccer matches although most games in the top two divisions were set to go aheadBrussels-based Anderlecht’s visit to Lokeren was canceled because the fixture was identified as a risk match requiring federal police who were no longer available even with an increased military presenceForeign Minister Didier Reynders said that 1000 troops were now available for patrols double the level of a week earlierStranded tourists on the cold and damp streets appeared more bemused than fearful including Dutchman Gerrit Valkeman on a weekend trip with his wife "We had planned to visit museums but are a bit puzzled about what to do now" he said at Place Royale a square surrounded by museums and galleriesTour guide Stephane Bruno was planning to take a group of Americans around the city but they canceled on advice from the US embassy"My wife said not to go out today But we were invaded by Napoleon and Louis XIV and were occupied eight times We won’t be defeated this time by terrorists" he saidOn normally bustling central shopping street Rue Neuve Sofia Kostarako a Greek national living inBrussels said she had come out to show her sister Ioanna around"We will have a walk anyway You can’t change everything about your life If something bad is to happen to you – it will" she saidBELGIUM AT HEART OF PARIS ATTACK PROBEBelgium has been at the heart of investigations into the Paris attacks – which included suicide bombers targeting a France-Germany soccer match – after the links toBrussels and the poor district of Molenbeek in particular emergedFugitive suspected militant Salah Abdeslam 26 slipped back home toBrusselsfrom Paris shortly after the attacks in which his elder brother Brahim blew himself up at a cafe Fears of the risks he still poses prompted the cancellation last week of an international friendly soccer match inBrusselsagainst SpainA second man from Molenbeek Bilal Hadfi was also among the Paris suicide bombersThree people detained inBrusselsare now facing terrorism charges Federal prosecutors said on Saturday that weapons had been found at the home of a person charged on FridayBelgian Interior Minister Jan Jambon told reporters he wanted a register of everyone living in Molenbeek because it was not clear at present who was at each address a process local officials had already startedEU interior and justice ministers inBrusselson Friday pledged solidarity with France and agreed a series of new measures on surveillance border checks and gun controlFrench authorities have said the attacks were planned inBrusselsby a local man Abdelhamid Abaaoud 28 who fought for Islamic State in Syria and was killed in a police siege of an apartment in the Paris suburb of St Denis on WednesdayAbaaoud’s fingerprints were found on one of three AK47 assault rifles in a car left in eastern Paris a source close to the investigation said though it was not clear if he took part in the attacks or had just handled the weapon at some pointThe last time any part of Belgium was put on maximum alert was in May 2014 when an Islamist gunman shot dead four people at the Jewish Museum inBrussels At that time Jewish schools synagogues and other institutions were put on level fourThe capital as a whole was last at the level four for about a month at the end of 2007 and the start of 2008 when authorities intercepted a plot to free convicted Tunisian Nizar TrabelsiBrussels’ New Year fireworks display was canceledTrabelsi was sentenced in Belgium in 2003 to 10 years for attempting to blow up a Belgian military base that houses US soldiers He was extradited to the United States in 2013Turkish police arrested a Belgian man of Moroccan origin on suspicion of having scouted out the Paris target sitesA ban on demonstrations in the Paris area was extended on Saturday until Nov 30 while a night curfew was imposed in parts of Sens a town southeast of Paris after raids thereWetherspoon is a Great British institution – it offers a great selection of cheap beer and food served in reclaimed cinemas around the country Back in January however they were forced to cancel Steak night because their steak supplier was found to be unhygienic Some people were really really mad Theyre about to get a whole lot angrier The Spoons menu is about to change again Favourites like their 8oz rump steak New York deli burger and tandoori chicken are all set to be scrapedCredit: PA This is going to cause some people to lose it Other items from the menu that are off are hotdogs (yes all of them) ice cream sundaes (again all of them) and their half roast chicken In fact one in five out of every dish on the menu is to be axed The Sun reports its largely down to the companys desire to streamline the menu and reduce food stocks A Spoons insider told the paper: "Its bound to upset some regular diners who swear by the Spoons menu" Thats an understatement mate Back when the steak went off the menu people kicked off in a very real wayCredit: PA Back then customer Michael Rousell told The Sun: "I cant believe a multi-million pound organisation like Wetherspoon cant sort this out - it beggars belief" I mean they did take the steak off the menu because of a health scare at the premises of Russell Hume the company that supplies all of their meat but whatever Back to the present day and a spokesperson from Wetherspoons said: "Wetherspoons serves a wide range of meals and we are always keen to evolve" On the one hand it will drastically reduce waste and mean that the cost of food is also dramatically reducedCredit: PA However on the other hand we can only speculate as to whether theyve factored in the loss of income that will result from Barry in Margates refusal to come into the pub for his £129 lunchtime pint of Ruddles if he cant have a steak Featured Image Credit: PA Topics: News Uk newsThe three-judge 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals panel asked the Trump administration’s lawyer tough questions about whether the administration had provided any evidence that people from the seven countries were a dangerJudge Richard Clifton a George W Bush appointee posed equally tough questions for an attorney representing Minnesota and Washington states which are challenging the ban Clifton asked if a Seattle judge’s suspension of Trump’s policy was "overbroad"The 9th Circuit said at the end of the session that it would issue a ruling as soon as possible Earlier on Tuesday the court said it would likely rule this week but would not issue a same-day ruling The matter is ultimately likely to go to the US Supreme CourtTrump’s Jan 27 order barred travelers from Iran Iraq Libya Somalia Sudan Syria and Yemen from entering for 90 days and all refugees for 120 days except refugees from Syria whom he would ban indefinitelyTrump who took office on Jan 20 has defended the measure the most divisive act of his young presidency as necessary for national securityThe order sparked protests and chaos at US and overseas airports in the weekend that followedA federal judge in Seattle responding to the legal challenge suspended the order last FridayAugust Flentje special counsel for the US Justice Department told the appellate panel that "Congress has expressly authorized the president to suspend entry of categories of aliens""That’s what the president did here" Flentje said at the start of a more than hour-long oral argument conducted by telephone and broadcast live onlineIndividuals states and civil rights groups challenging the ban said Trump’s administration had offered no evidence it answered a threat Opponents also assailed the ban as discriminatory against Muslims in violation of the US Constitution and applicable lawsThe states of Minnesota and Washington brought the case against the Trump administrationTough questioningWhen the 9th Circuit asked Flentje what evidence the executive order had used to connect the seven countries affected by the order with terrorism in the United States Flentje said the "proceedings have been moving very fast" without giving specific examples He said both Congress and the previous administration of Democrat Barack Obama had determined that those seven countries posed the greatest risk of terrorism and had in the past put stricter visa requirements on them"I’m not sure I’m convincing the court" Flentje said at one pointNoah Purcell solicitor general for the state of Washington began his argument urging the court to serve "as a check on executive abuses""The president is asking this court to abdicate that role here" Purcell said "The court should decline that invitation"The judges pummeled both sides with questionsClifton pushed for evidence that the ban discriminated against Muslims and said he was hearing more allegations than evidence"I don’t think allegations cut it at this stage" Clifton saidCampaign promiseTrump frequently promised during his 2016 election campaign to curb illegal immigration especially from Mexico and to crack down on Islamist violence His travel ban sparked protests and chaos at US and overseas airportsNational security veterans major US technology companies and law enforcement officials from more than a dozen states backed a legal effort against the ban"I actually can’t believe that we’re having to fight to protect the security in a court system to protect the security of our nation" Trump said at an event with sheriffs at the White House on TuesdayAlthough the legal fight over Trump’s ban is ultimately about how much power a president has to decide who cannot enter the United States the appeals court is only looking at the narrower question of whether the Seattle court had the grounds to halt Trump’s order"To be clear all that’s at issue tonight in the hearing is an interim decision on whether the president’s order is enforced or not until the case is heard on the actual merits of the order" White House spokesman Sean Spicer saidA member of the lower House of the National Assembly representing Ife Federal Constituency Hon Rotimi Makinde has come out to defend his decision to take a new wife Oyebanke Oyelami a final year student of political science from the Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife Osun State after waiting for a while The young and dynamic legislator who was a movie actor producer auto dealer hotelier and an accountant at the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation NNPC before joining politics recently stepped out with beautiful Oyebanke the reigning Miss Osun State and this has started generating controversy in some quarters as some bad belles have said the man dumped his first wife for the beauty queen According to him in a recent chat with your darling magazine National Enquirer “there are things people don`t know and instead of minding their business they meddle into other people`s privacy as a matter of fact I recognize the fact that am a public figure by my present position as a lawmaker but I also know that some facts must be put straight for future purposes” he stressed Speaking further the lawmaker who has been adjudged as one of the best in South West going by his impressive track records and various projects that have touched many lives has this to say “naturally it is not in my habit to discuss my family especially my wife who bore me my grown up kids but just for the records people need to know that my wife has left me ever before I got elected into the federal house of representatives and I`ve since given her the benefit of doubt for reconciliation but all were to no avail hence my decision to move ahead and not without the consent of my children” he explained Answering question on the interest in the new liaison the lawmaker who has just been given a chieftaincy title of Bobagunwa of Ila Orangun by the royal father Oba Bolarinwa said what interest him in his new wife is that she is the first ever lady that will call his bluff despite his status “can you believe that it took me a while to chase this lady I have never her rare type before that’s why I didn’t waste any time when she eventually gave me the chance because I need to proof to her that I mean serious business” he told The duo recently had an introduction and will be walking down the aisle very soon Source: National Enquirer Even though Pope Francis, a motorbike taxi rider, Considering the fact that NAFDAC has over 11,000 in 2004 for errors and delays in scoring its Mastery Test, We had requested him (to order a probe) considering the gravity of this unprecedented incident, said: “Ojukwu’s will has been read and it gave nothing to his sons and almost everything to his widow. 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