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Balibo Five Brother Paul Stewart Launches National Campaign To Help Disabled East Timorese Kids starstarstarstarstar   17th August 2009 - Views: 862 With the national release of the award winning film 'Balibo' (the story of five Australian journalists murdered in East Timor in 1975) Paul Stewart, brother of Balibo Five journalist Tony Stewart, launches a national appeal to help raise money for children with disabilities living in East Timor.

New Report Ranks Australia Great For Mums, But Not For Kids starstarstarstarstar   5th May 2009 - Views: 856 New Report Ranks Australia Great For Mums, But Not For Kids Sweden ranked number one for mothers in contrast to Niger, which was rated last among the overall 158 countries surveyed in the 10th annual State of the World’s Mothers 2009 report .

Law Mandating Scanning Of All U.s.-bound Cargo Containers By 2012: Possible Or Impractical? starstarstarstarstar   24th June 2008 - Views: 851 In the high-stakes strategy of homeland security, Congress is demanding that by 2012, cargo containers bound for the U.S. receive 100 percent scanning prior to loading.

Study Finds Retail Theft Reached Thb 3,839 Billion (us$115 Billion) World-wide starstarstarstarstar   17th November 2009 - Views: 865 Security spending as percentage of sales was the lowest in Thailand (0.13%) while shrinkage rate (1.66%) was the 2nd highest among countries in Asia Pacific. Shrinkage in Thailand reached US$ 1,062 million (THB 35 billion).

World-check Launches Best Practice Iran Sanctions Solution - Two New Products To Help Clients Identi starstarstarstarstar   6th October 2010 - Views: 864 The first new product, World-Check's IEI Database, empowers businesses to automatically screen every client, relationship and transaction for individuals and entities believed to have a relationship with Iran.

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