sábado, 26 de março de 2016

NEW ZEALAND-HERALD-Kiwi 'triplings' trapped

GERALDO ALCKMIN-O POVO QUER SABER ,QUEM SERÁ ESSE SANTO QUE RECEBEU,A PROPINA.

HONG KONG NEWS-Colleague of Lee Po reveals identity of mystery man who accompanied Hong Kong bookseller Lee Po back to mainland

CANADA NEWS-TORONRO SUN-NEWS3 charged with terror in Brussels

VIETNAM NEWS-Vietnamese banks enhanced transparency in 2015: Moody's

JAPAN TODAY-TOP STORIES Record number of asylum seekers protest over rejected applications

ARAB NEWS-Alarm: 70% rise in cyber harassment among youth

AL JAZEERA NEWS-Three men charged with terrorism for Brussels attacks

INDONESIA NEWS-JAKARTA POST-Rolling Stones unleash rock and roll on massive Cuban crowd

CORRIERE DELLA SERA-Il Belgio adesso teme per i siti nucleari

FOLHA DE SÃO PAULO-POLITICOS CORRUPTOS PRETENDEM DEIXAR O BRASIL,SERÁ QUE O AMOR ACABOU OU É MEDO..

JORNAL DE NOTICIAS-PORTUGAL-Onze mil enfermeiros correm para 774 vagas

OGLOBO-DUNGA PEDE PARA SAIR É LEVA A DILMA COM VOCE-VERDADE OU MENTIRA.

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-ISIS Finance Chief Killed in Raid by U.S. Commandos








The world's first 'triplings' - born to Kiwi dads but through different surrogate mothers - are trapped in a developing country after a red-tape nightmare.

Living the dream Tauranga style

New figures show a surge in the numbers of Aucklanders fleeing the city in favour of Tauranga.  Photo / iStock
New figures show a surge in the numbers of Aucklanders fleeing the city in favour of Tauranga. Reporter Jamie Morton wonders what has taken them so long.

Captive's secret call to police

It all began just after 2am, when police were called to the small township of Springston, southeast of Christchurch.
A captive being held by armed intruders in a rural Canterbury home was able to secretly phone police to come to the rescue in the middle of the night.

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Assad has no right to rule, says US

The Obama Administration maintains President Bashar Assad shouldn't lead Syria any longer, rejecting a Russian claim that the US has changed its position.

Crew demolishes wrong home

A demolition crew in the US has torn down the wrong house after mistaking it for a property with the same number one block over.

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A slow $10m: NZ residency declined

A member of one of Saudi Arabia's wealthiest families has been denied New Zealand residency because he took too long to invest $10 million in this country.

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Rugby

Sevens not seen as best option by stars

New Zealand Rugby admit they thought the carrot of an Olympic medal would be too hard to resist and that it threw them that only Sonny Bill Williams and Liam Messam…

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