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Monday, April 1st, 2019

 

Wikipedia article of the day for April 2, 2019 Jørgen Jensen (soldier)

The Wikipedia article of the day for April 2, 2019 is Jørgen Jensen (soldier). Jørgen Jensen (1891–1922) was a Danish-born Australian recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest award for gallantry in battle that could be awarded to a member of the Australian armed forces at that time. Jensen enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force in March 1915, serving with the 10th Battalion during the latter stages of the Gallipoli Campaign. After the Australian force withdrew to Egypt, he was transferred to the newly formed 50th Battalion, and sailed forRead More


‘Reiwa’ Chosen as Name for Rule of New Japanese Emperor

Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga unveils the name of new era “Reiwa” at the prime minister’s office in Tokyo, Monday, April 1, 2019. ‘Reiwa’ Chosen as Name for Rule of New Japanese Emperor By VOA LEARNING ENGLISH Japanese officials have chosen a name for the period of rule of Japan’s incoming emperor. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga announced the name on Monday in Tokyo. Crown Prince Naruhito will become emperor on May 1, one day after Japanese Emperor Akihito leaves the position. This will be only the second timeRead More


Judy Boucher performs “Can’t be without you tonight”

Judy Boucher performs “Can’t be without you tonight” Join the Expresso community: Facebook | @expressoshow.sabc3 | https://ift.tt/PpKV9v Twitter | @expressoshow | https://twitter.com/expressoshow Instagram | @expressoshow | https://ift.tt/2fJqap2 Pinterest | @expressomorning | https://ift.tt/2xXMR2D Snapchat | @expressoshow | https://ift.tt/1rPQPCF Website | https://ift.tt/1CUvk5Q —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: April 01, 2019 at 07:04PM


Brexit votes: MPs fail to back proposals again

MPs have again failed to agree on proposals on the next steps for Brexit. By BBC The Commons voted on four motions for leaving the EU, including a customs union and a Norway-style arrangement – keeping the UK in the single market – but none gained a majority. The votes were not legally binding, so the government would not have been forced to adopt the proposals. Theresa May’s plan that she negotiated with the EU has been rejected twice by historic margins in Parliament. The withdrawal agreement section of herRead More


Arrests, detentions and removals Removal from Canada

Arrests, detentions and removals from Canada If you receive a Removal Order you cannot legally remain in Canada and must leave the country. Depending on your situation, your removal order may be effective immediately, or after a negative decision if you had made an appeal. There are three types of Removal Orders issued by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) or the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). These are Departure Orders, Exclusion Orders and Deportation Orders. The form number on the Removal Order indicates what type of order you received.WithRead More


UGANDA: Army, police deploy at Africa Gold Refinery

President Museveni at the commissioning of AGR in 2017 By URN, THE OBSERVER There has been an increased deployment of soldiers and police officers at the Africa Gold Refinery (AGR) in Entebbe. The deployment that started on Wednesday evening was a result of a long standoff between the operators of the refinery on the acquisition of gold. A source at the police mineral department in Entebbe told URN on Saturday that the deployment was made after complaints from one of the shareholders. Former minister Henry Muganwa Kajura is reportedly oneRead More


UGANDA: On the murder of Ssebulime and Ssemogerere by police and ISO respectively

UGANDANS ON THE MURDER OF SSEBULIME AND SSEMOGERERE BY POLICE AND ISO RESPECTIVELY CHANGE OF GUARDS – On March 24, 2019 Ronald Ssebulime set off to pay a visit to his children at a birding school. Riding a sports motorcycle, he followed the same road that was used by Museveni’s cabinet Minister. The Minister suspected Ssebulime to be trailing her for assassination and reported to a nearby police station. The police pursued Ssebulime, arrested him, but later shot him dead while he was already IN handcuffs. Initially, the police asRead More


UGANDA: On the murder of Ssebulime and Ssemogerere by police and ISO respectively

UGANDANS ON THE MURDER OF SSEBULIME AND SSEMOGERERE BY POLICE AND ISO RESPECTIVELY CHANGE OF GUARDS – On March 24, 2019 Ronald Ssebulime set off to pay a visit to his children at a birding school. Riding a sports motorcycle, he followed the same road that was used by Museveni’s cabinet Minister. The Minister suspected Ssebulime to be trailing her for assassination and reported to a nearby police station. The police pursued Ssebulime, arrested him, but later shot him dead while he was already IN handcuffs. Initially, the police asRead More


UGANDA: On the murder of Ssebulime and Ssemogerere by police and ISO respectively

UGANDANS ON THE MURDER OF SSEBULIME AND SSEMOGERERE BY POLICE AND ISO RESPECTIVELY CHANGE OF GUARDS – On March 24, 2019 Ronald Ssebulime set off to pay a visit to his children at a birding school. Riding a sports motorcycle, he followed the same road that was used by Museveni’s cabinet Minister. The Minister suspected Ssebulime to be trailing her for assassination and reported to a nearby police station. The police pursued Ssebulime, arrested him, but later shot him dead while he was already IN handcuffs. Initially, the police asRead More


UGANDA: On the murder of Ssebulime and Ssemogerere by police and ISO respectively

UGANDANS ON THE MURDER OF SSEBULIME AND SSEMOGERERE BY POLICE AND ISO RESPECTIVELY CHANGE OF GUARDS – On March 24, 2019 Ronald Ssebulime set off to pay a visit to his children at a birding school. Riding a sports motorcycle, he followed the same road that was used by Museveni’s cabinet Minister. The Minister suspected Ssebulime to be trailing her for assassination and reported to a nearby police station. The police pursued Ssebulime, arrested him, but later shot him dead while he was already IN handcuffs. Initially, the police asRead More