- 1. The media and the coup leader: Sitiveni Rabuka. // Pacific Journalism Review;Sep2005, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p227
Brigadier-General Sitiveni Rabuka, the former prime minister of Fiji who gained notoriety for staging twin coups in 1987, has enjoyed a love-hate relationship with the Fiji and Pacific media for almost two decades. University of Canberra PhD student, Anthony Mason, interviewed Rabuka in the...
- Indian PM 'touched' by Cambridge nod. // Asian Pacific Post;12/6/2007, p16
The article reports that a scholarship scheme at St. John College of Cambridge University has been named after Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. According to Singh, the values, the ideals and the discipline that Cambridge have instilled in him have lasted through his life. He believes that...
- Prescott vetoes RCA plan. Booth, Robert; Arnold, Damian // Building Design;9/12/2003, Issue 1593, p4
Reports on the intervention of Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott to the extension plans for the Royal College of Art in London, England. Consideration of the controversial plan; Assessment of the architectural design; Demolition of the Gulbenkian wing.
- A Moroccan exchange. Investor's Business Daily // Investors Business Daily;4/ 9/2014, pA02
A Moroccan exchange student who entered the U.S. 6 years ago faces criminal charges for an alleged plot to bomb a Conn. university and fed'l building using a remote-controlled toy plane.
- Playing catch-up. Wright, Tony // Bulletin with Newsweek;8/16/2005, Vol. 123 Issue 6483, p23
The article focuses on terrorism in Australia. On New Years Day, 1967, a bomb blew open the Yugoslav consulate in Sydney. By 1970, the Melbourne consulate had been bombed and newspapers were agog at similar attacks on Yugoslav churches, businesses and clubs. In early 1973, the government was...
- BOMB INJURES BODYGUARDS AT SOMALI PREMIER'S RESIDENCE. // New York Amsterdam News;2/14/2002, Vol. 93 Issue 7, p2
Four bodyguards of Somali Prime Minister Hassan Abshir Farah were seriously injured last Friday night when a bomb exploded at his private residence. Deputy Information Minister Ali Mohammed Arale, who was at the residence when the bomb exploded, said the blast occurred barely 20 minutes after...
- Al-Askari aftermath leaves hundreds dead. // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;3/3/2006, Vol. 50 Issue 9, p2
The article reports on sectarian violence triggered by the destruction of the Shia Al-Askari shrine in Samarra, Iraq on February 24, 2006. Prime Minister Ibrahim Jaafari vowed not to allow the bloodshed to engulf the country or to wreck plans for a new administration. Jaafari issued a statement...
- Social Dissent. // Vital Speeches of the Day;6/15/68, Vol. 34 Issue 17, p525
Presents the text of a speech given by Glenn S. Dumke, chancellor at the California State Colleges, on April 10, 1968 which deals with social dissent.
- LOBBYING TARGET. // PRWeek (London);7/11/2008, p7
The article presents background information on Tony McNulty, minister for crime and policing. His first ministerial post was overseeing neighborhood renewal, housing and planning as junior minister at the defunct Office for the Deputy Prime Minister. He studied at Salvatorian College, a...