While Anne Frank wrote her diary never knowing if others would read her words, Bana used her Twitter account to plead for help and connect with followers around the globe. It is unclear when she crossed into Turkey and if she and her family will remain in the country. Bana's convoy was briefly held up by a regime checkpoint in no man's land after evacuation negotiations were briefly suspended, the Times reported .
Mr Shelton added that staff were safe, and photos he shared showed a burnt-out van in the vehicle park near the building's entrance. The auto was set alight and exploded, destroying the vehicle in Deakin the Daily Telegraph reports. The Australian Christian Lobby has been a vocal voice in the country in recent months amid the campaign for a gay marriage referendum. "Prayers appreciated", he tweeted, as reported by the Telegraph .
Monte dei Paschi has been struggling over the past few days to raise €5 billion in capital through a debt-for-equity swap and share placement, with time set to run out for the rescue plan on Thursday and reports that key investor Atlante has added new conditions for its tentative participation.
Stormy weather is expected to sweep across the United Kingdom over the Christmas weekend, with the country set to take a battering from gales and heavy rain. You may be dreaming of glistening treetops and the sound of sleigh bells in the snow, but despite what you see out your window, a White Christmas isn't guaranteed around Chicago.
Canadian label and packaging maker CCL Industries Inc yesterday struck a deal to buy Innovia Group, a UK-based supplier of new plastic £5 note to the Bank of England, for about C$1.13 billion ($842 million) in cash. But the new five pound note, made of a thin and flexible plastic created to be cleaner and harder to forge, has fallen foul of thousands of people who object to the use of animal fats in their manufacture.
Forty two percent were undecided, 19 percent said it was "probably the truth;" 13 percent believe it was "probably not the truth;" 16 said it was "definitely not the truth" and nine percent said it was "definitely the truth". A total of 41,682 were arrested during police operations from July 1 to December 19. But the anti-drug war, he said, will go on. "I am not surprised with the conundrum that people acknowledge that the anti-drug campaign is fitting, so they allow it.