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first_imgInnscor Africa Limited (INN.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Industrial holding sector has released it’s 2012 interim results for the half year.For more information about Innscor Africa Limited (INN.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Innscor Africa Limited (INN.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Innscor Africa Limited (INN.zw)  2012 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileInnscor Africa Limited manufactures and markets fast-moving and durable consumer products in Zimbabwe and exports to international markets. The company is primarily involved in maize milling and the production of stock feeds, edible oils, baker’s fat and pork products; as well as poultry, table eggs and day-old chicks. A subsidiary division manufactures and markets a range of plastic carry bags, televisions, refrigerators and other general household appliances and consumables such as rice, dairy, candles and beverages. Innscor Africa Limited was founded in 1987 and its operations comprise National Foods Holding Limited, Colcom Holdings Limited, Irvine’s Zimbabwe (Private) Limited, Bakeries, Appliance Manufacturing, Natpak (Private) Limited, Profeeds (Private) Limited and Probrands (Private) Limited. Innscor Africa Limited is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchangelast_img read more

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first_imgLATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Video of the day thumbnail With the start of the domestic rugby season in the Southern Hemisphere coming up, we head down under with Fox Sports to tour around Australia to learn more about the teams. To start us off Western Force with Tom Hocking vs Andre Pretorius. After a round of general knowledge, the boys are challenged – and this week its Beach Volleyball. Pick your teams now… Are you a Princess or a Piggy?last_img

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first_imgby Shaka SankofaShaka Sankofa was lynched by the state of Texas June 22, 2000. These were his last words:I would like to say that I did not kill Bobby Lambert. That I’m an innocent Black man who is being murdered. This is a lynching happening in America tonight.Shaka SankofaThere’s overwhelming and compelling evidence of my innocence that has never been heard in any court of America. What is happening here is an outrage for any civilized country, to anybody anywhere, to look at what’s happening here. It is wrong. I thank all of the people who have rallied to my cause. They’ve been standing in support of me and have finished with me.I say to Mr. Lambert’s family, I did not kill Bobby Lambert. You are pursuing the execution of an innocent man.I want to express my sincere thanks to all of you. We must continue to move forward and do everything we can to outlaw legal lynching in America. We must continue to stay strong all around the world, and people must come together to stop the systematic killing of poor and innocent Black people. We must continue to stand together in unity and to demand a moratorium on all executions.We must not let this murder/lynching be forgotten tonight. We must take it to the nation. We must keep our faith. We must go forward. We recognize that many leaders have died: Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr. and others who stood up for what was right. They stood up for what was just. We must, you must, carry on that tradition. We may lose this battle, but we will win the war. This death, this lynching will be avenged.So, you all stay strong, continue to move forward. Know that I love all of you. I love the people, I love all of you for your strength, for your courage, for your dignity, the way you have come here tonight and the way you have protested and kept this nation together. Keep moving forward. Slavery couldn’t stop us. The lynchings couldn’t stop us in the South. This lynching will not stop us tonight. We will go forward. Our destiny in this country is freedom and liberation. We will gain our freedom and liberation by any means necessary. By any means necessary, we keep marching forward.Bianca [Jagger], make sure that the state does not get my body. Make sure that we get my name as Shaka Sankofa. My name is not Gary Graham. Make sure that it is properly presented on my grave: Shaka Sankofa.We must move forward. Minister Robert Muhammed. Ashanti Chimurenga, I love you for standing with me, my sister. You are a strong warrior queen. You will continue to be strong in everything that you do. Reverend Al Sharpton, I love you, my brother. Bianca Jagger. I love all of you. Reverend Jesse Jackson, know that this murder, this lynching will not be forgotten. I love you, too, my brother. This is genocide in America.You can kill a revolutionary, but you cannot stop the revolution. The revolution will go on. You are the people that must carry that revolution on in order to liberate our children from genocide.To my sons, to my daughters, I love all of you. You have been wonderful. Keep your heads up. Keep moving forward. We will gain our freedom and liberation in this country, and we will do it by any means necessary. We will keep marching. March on, Black people. Keep your heads high. March on.We’re going to end the death penalty in this country. This is nothing more than state-sanctioned murder, state-sanctioned lynching, right here in America, and right here tonight.They know I’m innocent. They’ve got the facts to prove it. But they cannot acknowledge my innocence, because to do so would be to publicly admit their guilt. This is something these racist people will never do.You must stay strong. You must continue to hold your heads up and to be there. I love all of you who are standing with me in solidarity. We will prevail. We will keep marching. Keep marching, Black people, Black power. They are killing me tonight. They are murdering me tonight.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

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first_img to go further October 12, 2018 Find out more RSF_en Cuba and its Decree Law 370: annihilating freedom of expression on the Internet October 15, 2020 Find out more Dominique de VillepinForeign ministerMinistry of foreign affairs37 quai d’Orsay75007 Paris.18 April 2003Dear Minister:Exactly one month ago, the Cuban authorities took advantage of the imminence of the US invasion of Iraq to launch an unprecedented crackdown on its domestic critics. In less than a week, 78 dissidents were arrested, including 26 independent journalists. Since then, they have been convicted after summary trials and sentenced to terms of up to 27 years in prison. Cuba is now the world’s biggest prison for journalists.Reporters Without Borders is appalled that France did not condemn this wave of repression until 9 April, three weeks after the first arrests, and only after requesting “details” of the arrests from the Cuban government, according a French statement.The Spanish, Canadian and German ambassadors were refused entry to the courthouse where the trials were being held. But the French ambassador was not seen and the Quai d’Orsay has refused to say if he went to the courthouse or not. Unlike Britain and Canada, France also did not consider it necessary to summon the Cuban ambassador in Paris to express disapproval of the arrests and trials.The 15 member-states of the European Union (EU) adopted a common stand in December 1996 saying that closer links with Cuba would depend on it allowing multiparty democracy and basic freedoms. But the EU position, which has been reiterated several times since then, has not been respected by France.In 1999, Cuba was included in France’s “priority solidarity zone” – countries with which France aims to have “a strong partnership as an expression of solidarity and to support sustainable development.” The French ambassador Cuba, Jean Lévy, told the Cuban official daily paper Granma in a December 2001 interview that French aid to Cuba had been increased “sevenfold and then tenfold.” A new draft agreement, to “boost bilateral cooperation,” was signed by Pierre-André Wiltzer, junior aid minister, during a visit to Cuba in February this year.After the heavy sentences passed on the independent journalists and dissidents, Reporters Without Borders expects France, which is proud of being a country that defends human rights, to pay closer attention to the Cuban opposition by increasing contacts with the dissidents and their families and giving them more support.Reporters Without Borders also calls on the French authorities to apply to its relations with Cuba the common EU stand making closer ties conditional on respect for democracy and basic rights. It calls on France to reconsider its inclusion of Cuba in the “priority solidarity zone,” one of whose aims is “consolidation of the rule of law and entrenchment of democracy” in partner countries.We also urge you to push for the EU to suspend consideration of Cuba’s application to join the Cotonou Agreement (that allows 77 African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries to get economic aid and preferential trade terms from the EU) until political prisoners in Cuba are released. The human rights situation in Cuba, where news is a state monopoly, violates article 9 of this agreement which says partnership must be based on respect for human rights, democratic principles and the rule of law.We trust you will give our appeal your careful consideration. Yours faithfully,Robert MénardSecretary-general Follow the news on Cuba News CubaAmericas Organisation New press freedom predators elected to UN Human Rights Council April 24, 2003 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Reporters Without Borders calls on French foreign minister to focus on human rights in France’s ties with Cuba Reporters Without Borders has urged French foreign minister Dominique de Villepin to step up French contacts with regime dissidents in Cuba and their families and to give them more support. It also urged him, in an 18 April open letter, to apply to France’s relations with Cuba the joint stand adopted by the European Union making closer links conditional on allowing multiparty democracy and basic freedoms. Receive email alerts RSF and Fundamedios welcome US asylum ruling in favor of Cuban journalist Serafin Moran Santiago News Help by sharing this information May 6, 2020 Find out more News News CubaAmericas last_img read more

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first_img IranMiddle East – North Africa May 18, 2009 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Pro-reform daily closed one day after bringing out first issue in five years News Follow the news on Iran After Hengameh Shahidi’s pardon, RSF asks Supreme Leader to free all imprisoned journalists IranMiddle East – North Africa News Call for Iranian New Year pardons for Iran’s 21 imprisoned journalists Help by sharing this information Reporters Without Borders condemns the pro-reform daily Yas-e-no’s closure on 16 May, immediately after it brought out its first issue in five years. The mouthpiece of the Participation Front, the main opposition party, it was closed on the orders of the Commission for Press Authorisation and Surveillance (an offshoot of the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance) at Tehran prosecutor general Said Mortazavi’s request.“We call for the immediate reopening of this newspaper,” Reporters Without Borders said. “With just a month to go to the presidential election, it is vital that all political parties should have equal and fair use of newspapers and radio and TV stations to relay their views.”The issue which Yas-e-no had managed to publish on 16 May, after a five-year legal battle, openly supported Mir-Hossein Mousavi, the presidential candidate backed by the Participation Front.Yas-e-no and another leading pro-reform daily, Sharq, were raided and closed on 18 February 2004 (on the eve of a parliamentary election run-off), a day after publishing extracts of a letter from reformist parliamentarians to the Islamic Republic’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, blaming him for what they called an “electoral coup d’etat,” namely a ban on many pro-reform candidates. Yas-e-no appealed against the closure order, beginning a five-year legal wrangle that ended in February of this year, when a Tehran court imposed a fine of 100,000 toman (150 euros) on the newspaper’s editor, Mohammad Naimipour.Mousavi was himself able to bring out the first issue of his own newspaper, Kalameh Sabz, today.Nikzad Zangane, a journalist who defends women’s rights in her blog, was meanwhile released yesterday after being held for 17 days (see this article) but there is still no word of four other journalists (all men) who like Zangane were arrested during May Day demonstrations on 1 May in Tehran and who are still being held.Zangane’s release’s brings the number of journalists and bloggers currently detained in Iran to 13, one of them a woman. Organisation center_img RSF_en Iran: Press freedom violations recounted in real time January 2020 News News Receive email alerts March 18, 2021 Find out more February 25, 2021 Find out more to go further June 9, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more

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first_imgNews UpdatesOrganised Crime Or Interfaith Marriage: Delhi High Court Orders FIR On Father’s Complaint That His Daughter Has Been Taken Away By A Muslim Man Sparsh Upadhyay24 Dec 2020 9:37 PMShare This – xComing down heavily on a Police Officer for his failure to register an FIR related to the matter wherein allegations of a Hindu Girl being taken away by a Muslim man in an ‘Organized Manner’ was made, the Delhi High Court on Friday (18th December) ordered the State to trace the girl and produce her before the Court. The Bench of Justice Vipin Sanghi and Justice Rajnish Bhatnagar…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginComing down heavily on a Police Officer for his failure to register an FIR related to the matter wherein allegations of a Hindu Girl being taken away by a Muslim man in an ‘Organized Manner’ was made, the Delhi High Court on Friday (18th December) ordered the State to trace the girl and produce her before the Court. The Bench of Justice Vipin Sanghi and Justice Rajnish Bhatnagar also transferred the investigation to the AHTU, Crime Branch, forthwith on registration of the FIR. The matter The petitioner (father of the Girl) filed a Habeas Corpus petition for production of his daughter, who allegedly, went missing on 07.11.2020. As per the allegation, one Syed Mustafa removed the daughter of the petitioner from her residence. The petitioner also stated that on the same day, the Girl was taken to Kolkata by train. The petitioner also stated that the petitioner’s daughter appears to have been taken away in an organized manner. The counsel pointed out that the petitioner’s daughter, by education, is B.Tech, whereas the person with whom she is claimed to have eloped is a Labourer. He also stated that the father of the person/labourer, namely Munna Bhai was also missing ever since the girl went missing. State’s Stand On the other hand, the State, in its report claimed that the Girl had married one Syed Mustafa, S/o Munna Bhai. It was also claimed that she had also informed her family members that she does not wish to be disturbed and that she is happy & safe, wherever she is. The SHO, Naraina stated before the Court that the FIR was not registered “since the Nikahnama had been produced to show that the Girl had married with Syed Mustafa.” On Court’s query, he stated that the said Nikahnama “could not be verified despite efforts.” Court’s Order Taking into account the submission made by SHO, Naraina, the Court remarked, “We are shocked that even in this background, he (SHO, Naraina) did not think it proper to register an FIR and proceeded on the bald statement produced before him, wherein it is claimed that the Girl has married Syed Mustafa. This is complete dereliction of duty on the part of the SHO concerned.” Consequently, the Court directed the State to make all-out efforts to produce the Girl since the Court refused to accept the statements attributed to her, at this stage, as her voluntary statements. To satisfy its conscience, the Court ordered that she be produced before the Court. The Court ordered, “In case the Girl is traced, she shall be brought to Delhi, and kept at Nari Niketan at least for four days before the next date so that she is not under influence of either the petitioner, or the persons with whom she is stated to have eloped and gone.” Further the Court directed the SHO concerned to look into the aspect of threat assessment to the petitioner and family members and provide adequate security to them. Case title – Kewal Gupta v. State Of NCT Of Delhi [W.P.(CRL) 2131/2020] Click Here To Download OrderRead OrderNext Storylast_img read more

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first_img Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Google+ Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Previous articleCalls for more prevention measures after HSE data breaches in DonegalNext articleScenes at UK concert ‘not feasible’ on the ground News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook Electrical fault leaves homes in west Donegal without water Twitter WhatsAppcenter_img WhatsApp The majority of properties in Falcarragh, Gortahork and surrounding areas should have their water supply restored shortly. Irish Water crews worked through the night to repair an electrical fault at the Ardsbeg water treatment plant.It may take a few hours this morning for a full supply to return to all customers. Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic DL Debate – 24/05/21 By News Highland – August 13, 2020 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Facebook Homepage BannerNews Twitter Pinterestlast_img read more

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first_imgABC News(DELPHI, Indiana) — The mysterious murder of two Delphi girls deepened this week when Indiana State Police revealed new clues about the killer, including that he may live in the tight-knit Indiana community.But this new information — including a new sketch and more video evidence — seems to leave the public with more questions than answers.The crimeEighth-graders Abby Williams, 13, and Libby German, 14, were enjoying a day off from school on Feb. 13, 2017, when they vanished on a hiking path.Abby and Libby snapped this photo on the bridge on the day they disappeared.Their bodies were found the next day near the trail.The male suspect — seen in this new sketch released on Monday — is believed to be between 18 and 40 years old, but may appear younger than his age, police said.Indiana State Police released a new sketch of the suspect in the unsolved murders of two teen girls.Police had previously released a different composite sketch of the suspect.Former FBI agent and ABC News contributor Brad Garrett said the new sketch likely came from a new witness — “someone that’s come forward, maybe alleging to have actually seen the guy they’re looking for.”“The difficulty in any sort of sketch is that it’s difficult obviously for people to remember exactly what somebody else looks like … it’s not uncommon for sketches to not necessarily look like the person you’re looking for,” Garrett said, which can translate into false leads.Callahan Walsh, a child advocate with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, agreed.“I think they have some new information. I think they have a new eyewitness who has come forward,” he told “Good Morning America” Tuesday. “The [new] sketch isn’t created from the video. A sketch like that is mostly done when someone is describing what a person looks like — it’s not a computer generated image from that video.”‘Hiding in plain sight’The killer is believed to currently or previously live in Delphi, work in town or visit on a regular basis, Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter announced Monday.“We believe you are hiding in plain sight” and even “may be in this room,” Carter said at a news conference.“We likely have interviewed you or someone close to you,” Carter said.From the beginning, Garrett said he believed the killer was local and “attached to this community” of nearly 3,000 people.“Carroll County, Indiana, is very rural … when the superintendent of the police says ‘local,’ that’s not just the town of Delphi. That’s Carroll County,” Garrett said. “This person could well live 15 miles from Delphi, but they’re from here, they know that trail, they walk that trail … it’s reasonable to think that the killer isn’t down the street from the trail, but he’s in the proximity.”Garrett said that particular trail likely wouldn’t have visitors from outside the area.“The idea that a random person would happen to be walking down the railroad track and happen upon these two victims, and that they had never been there before, I think is low,” Garrett said.Serial offenders often do not leave the area where they committed their crimes, Garrett said, because “they feel comfortable that they’re not gonna get caught.”“This particular killer, he’s on a remote trail — if he believes that nobody else saw him actually harm these two girls, then in his mind, he feels like he’s home free,” Garrett said.“He’s going to be somebody that is pretty good at keeping his mouth shut. That doesn’t mean somebody doesn’t know something, but he’s been very good at maintaining his lifestyle,” Garrett continued. “Some killers have an innate ability to do that … it goes with criminals’ ability to place their life in boxes — commit these crimes, do awful things, continue on their normal life.”Walsh said it’s likely the killer is “very close to the investigation” and is likely “trying to take the temperature of the investigators to determine what they know and how hot on his trail they are.”“It’s not unlikely he could have been a volunteer in the search” for the girls that first day they went missing, Walsh added.An abandoned carOfficials also said Monday they’re looking for the driver of a car mysteriously abandoned on the day the girls’ bodies were found.Carter did not elaborate on the car’s involvement in the case. But Garrett said he believes investigators either just learned about the car recently or were unable to find the driver.“Maybe this car has taken on a different significance in this investigation,” he said.In 2017, police released a grainy image of someone seen on the trail the day the girls went missing along with a chilling recording found on Libby’s phone with just three words heard: “Down the hill.”On Monday, state police released new audio and video footage from Libby’s phone.The brief video clip shows the suspect walking on the bridge near where the girls were last seen.“When you see the video, watch the person’s mannerisms as they walk,” Carter said Monday. “Do you recognize the mannerisms as being someone you might know?”It’s hard to decipher what the suspect says in the new audio clips.“The person talking … is the person on the bridge with the girls,” Carter told reporters. “Please listen to it very, very carefully.”Garrett said he doesn’t understand why state police waited two years to release the additional footage.“The critical window many times in catching people quickly is to release as much evidence as you can that won’t compromise the case — maximum amount of video, maximum amount of audio that you can get out there to trigger somebody to come forward,” Garrett said. “That’s how you get really good tips.”But to Walsh, the delayed release of the video and audio helps keep “the community invested in this crime.”“And if anybody out there who did know anything and maybe it’s weighing on their conscience, they’re seeing it out there again and they’re getting a reminder that they need to do the right thing,” Walsh said.Walsh thinks Monday’s press conference was an appeal to the community in hopes that more eyewitnesses will come forward.“People sometimes think their tip may be insignificant so they don’t say anything — but it can often be the key that unlocks the door to justice,” he said.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. 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first_imgMarilyn Nieves/iStockBy JAMES HILL, ABC News(NEW YORK) — One of the three alleged victims in the criminal indictment of Ghislaine Maxwell is attempting to dismiss her civil lawsuit against Maxwell and the estate of Jeffrey Epstein, but attorneys for Maxwell are objecting, insisting they first be provided with a copy of a confidential settlement agreement the alleged victim, Annie Farmer, reached with a victims’ claims program established by the estate, according to court records.“Ms. Maxwell respectfully requests that this Court order [Farmer to] provide to Ms. Maxwell an un-redacted copy of the signed and executed release from the claims program,” Maxwell’s lawyer Laura Menninger wrote in a letter to the court Tuesday.Farmer, 41, has publicly identified herself as “Victim 2” in the criminal case and is almost certain to be called as a witness should Maxwell’s case proceed to trial next summer. Maxwell is charged with facilitating and, in some cases, participating in Epstein’s alleged sexual crimes against three minor girls, including Farmer, in the mid-1990’s.Farmer filed the lawsuit in November 2019, eight months before Maxwell’s arrest, alleging she was sexually trafficked at age 16 as part of “Epstein and Maxwell’s organized ring of procuring young women and girls for sex.” During a 1996 visit to Epstein’s ranch in New Mexico, Farmer claims Maxwell pressured her into receiving a massage and “touched intimate parts of [her] body against her will,” according to Farmer’s complaint.At a detention hearing for Maxwell in July, Farmer spoke to the court via video link to implore the judge in the criminal case to deny Maxwell’s request to be released on bail. “She is a sexual predator who groomed and abused me and countless other children and young women,” Farmer said. “She has never shown any remorse for her heinous crimes, for the devastating, lasting effects her actions caused.”Farmer’s civil lawsuit was placed on hold in June while she presented her claims to the Epstein Victims’ Compensation Fund, the voluntary restitution program that began operating earlier this year. In October, Farmer accepted an offer from the fund, which requires her to drop all pending litigation against the estate and any former employees of Epstein. But when Farmer attempted to do just that, Maxwell’s legal team resisted.“In the event [Farmer] attempts to sue her again in any forum at some unknown time in the future, Ms. Maxwell needs a signed and executed release so that she has a legally enforceable document to seek dismissal of any such claim,” Menninger wrote, arguing that assurances from Farmer’s lawyers in correspondence are “insufficient.”Sigrid McCawley, an attorney for Farmer described Maxwell’s demands as “perplexing” and “indefensible” and “a clear attempt to stall Ms. Farmer’s ability to receive the compensation that she has been offered through the Victims’ Compensation Program,” according to court records. McCawley, a partner at Boies Schiller Flexner, told U.S. Magistrate Judge Debra Freeman in a letter this week that Farmer had offered to provide Maxwell a copy of the settlement agreement with only the amount of the monetary offer blacked out, but she said Maxwell’s lawyers rejected that attempt to reach a compromise.Dan Abrams, chief legal analyst for ABC News, said that Maxwell’s unusual effort to obtain information about Farmer’s confidential monetary settlement with the estate as a condition of dismissing the case, should be viewed in the context of Maxwell’s pending criminal trial and a potential cross-examination of Farmer.“It’s clear that Maxwell’s lawyers want as much information as possible on Farmer and on any of the potential witnesses who could testify in her criminal case,” Abrams said. “If the amount of the settlement was known, you can count on the fact that if Farmer was called to testify, they would want to cite the amount that she settled for to suggest she was in this for money.”Still, Abrams sees Maxwell as lacking leverage and thinks it unlikely that a judge would grant Maxwell’s request for those details. “Farmer is saying, ‘Forget it. I’m not suing you anymore,’ I don’t see how Maxwell has any basis for demanding information before she agrees to let Farmer not sue her anymore,” he said.Maxwell has pleaded not guilty to the criminal charges and denied the allegations in Farmer’s lawsuit. “To be clear, Ms. Maxwell denies that she had any involvement in any of the activity alleged” in Farmer’s complaint, Menninger wrote in a court filing in May.Menninger, of Haddon, Morgan and Foreman in Denver, did not respond to a request for comment. McCawley, through a spokesperson for her firm, declined to comment. Lawyers for the Epstein estate have consented to Farmer’s request to dismiss the civil case.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

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first_imgA new railway station is to be built in Oxford as part of the Oxford to London Marylebone rail link.The station, called Oxford Parkway, will open in Summer 2015 and it has been funded by Chiltern Railways £130m development of the Oxford to London Marylebone link.It will be built on the site of the derelict Water Eaton silo, demolished in October last year and will be the first station to be built in Oxford since 1935.The service running from here will get to London Marylebone in under an hour and is the first link between the two cities for 100 years.The project is being managed by Network Rail and Chiltern Railways.Managing director at Chiltern Railways, Rob Brighthouse, commented, “Oxford Parkway will be one of the best located stations in the county due to its positioning adjacent to the existing Water Eaton park and ride site just off the A34 and close to the A44.“This station is going to transform travel between Oxford and London when it launches in summer 2015. Our new station and service will provide significant economic, social and environmental benefits for people in Oxfordshire.”  The plans also show that it will have a car park with more than 800 spaces, over 100 cycle spaces and access to many buses which serve park and ride sites.last_img read more