Today in Sydney , air quality levels are 10 times worse than some of the most polluted cities in the world today as fires continue to burn across the state. However the smoke is not expected to completely clear and is likely to settle across the area once again this afternoon. "Following weeks of hard bushfire conditions and last week's 'catastrophic" warnings, Mr Fitzsimmons said it was crucial people didn't take anything for granted.
Results from Sinhalese-majority regions - the Rajapaksas' core support base - were expected to push this above 50 per cent. Support for Premadasa trailed at some 44%. In a series of tweets, he also expressed confidence that the fraternal, cultural, historical and civilisational ties between India and Sri Lanka will be further strengthened.
Both individuals, named as Tova Noel and Michael Thomas , are in custody. Sawyer's comments came during her appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Virginia Giuffre , an alleged victim of Jeffrey Epstein , centre, pauses while speaking with members of the media outside of federal court in NY, U.S., on Tuesday, Aug.
The $1.4 million campaign, featuring people saying, "Meth, I'm on it", in coffee shops, and on a football field, paid almost $500,000 to Broadhead Co., the Minnesota-based ad agency that created the tagline. @drewmagary wrote: 'A million dollars isn't cool. "What in God's name were they thinking?" wrote on person on Twitter after seeing the campaign. The Republican lawmaker adopted up with one other tweet saying that the state's epidemic "needs to be a dinner table conversation".
While a Reuters journalist reported two officers firing tear gas, the authorities later denied using the measure. The protests were sparked last week when the Georgian Parliament failed to pass a draft constitutional amendment, which would change the electoral system to proportional representation.
In a speech announcing the deal last week, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said the American and Australian men's health had deteriorated in Taliban custody. Afghan and USA officials believe Pakistan still maintains a considerable influence on the Taliban insurgency because it provides safe havens to senior Taliban leaders - a charge Islamabad denies.