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1. Cheap Ray Bans Australia - Originality Speaks For Itself
May 16, 2018

Ray Ban offers the highest quality and very stylish sunglasses that outclass a number of other high quality brands. The company is iconic with regards to the eyewear industry. Every piece out of this luxury brand is engineered with utmost finesse and cutting-edge technology. What Ray Ban is most recognized for is definitely the ultra-cool and sexy set of Aviators, that the brand invented bearing in mind the necessity of the military pilots. Aviators can also be often called Pilot Shades or Stunner Shades. The design was introduced on the market in 1936, but during those times they may be ... (read more)

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2. More Banned Number Plates Than Ever Before
March 22, 2018

The “18” series of license plates that released on the 1st of March has seen a huge wave of bans due to offensive and rude license plates. A couple of the offenders include PU18 BES, TA** BAN and BO** CKS. Every year, two new sets of license plates are released for the general public to purchase. This year, the “18” series released at the beginning of the month and later in the year, the “68” series will be released on the 1st of September. After each release, the DVLA’s censors get together in order to examine car registration plates and remove ones that are too offensive for use on the ... (read more)

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August 11, 2017

Are you searching for a womens Ray Ban sunglasses sale? If so you may be wondering when it is safe to purchase this iconic eyewear online - in the end, it appears as though you will find knock-offs and rip-offs aplenty of each and every designer accessory available on the market. How can you tell in case you are getting the genuine article? Whenever you go through towards the end of the article, you will understand the best way to purchase Ray Bans on the web with full confidence, together with a terrific way to purchase the authentic article yet still get a whole lot. What To Take I... (read more)

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4. South Korea Bans Transportation of Poultry to Fight Bird Flu
December 11, 2016

South Korea's agriculture ministry said on Monday it will issue a temporary nationwide ban on the transportation of poultry to contain the spread of bird flu, with 43 outbreaks recorded in Asia's fourth-largest economy. The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs said in a statement that the movement control order will be effective for 48 hours, from 1500 GMT on Monday or midnight in Seoul. Since the first outbreak of a severe strain of bird flu known as H5N6 was...... (read more)

5. Paris Imposes Driving Restrictions, Plans Clunker Ban as Smog Hits Highs
December 07, 2016

The French capital Paris announced on Wednesday license plate-based driving restrictions for a third day in a row and plans bans on old cars as the City of Light experienced the worst air pollution in a decade. On Tuesday and Wednesday, Paris banned cars from circulation based on whether their license plates ended with odd or even numbers. It will now ban half of all traffic again on Thursday. Other French cities such as Lyon are also planning bans as clouds of pollution hang over many...... (read more)

6. Hungarian Village Bans Mosques, Muezzins, Burqas, Burkinis
November 25, 2016

The far-right mayor of a Hungarian village says councilors have voted to ban the construction of mosques and the activity of muezzins, as well as the use of veils and headscarves like burqas, chadors and burkinis worn by Muslim women. Asotthalom mayor Laszlo Toroczkai says the ordinance was adopted to defend the village's “community and traditions” from any EU scheme to resettle asylum-seekers among the members of the 28-nation bloc.   The southern village is on the border with...... (read more)

7. Challenging Government, Egypt's Parliament Approves 'Repressive' NGO Bill
November 15, 2016

Egypt's parliament on Tuesday approved a bill to regulate non-governmental organizations in a move human rights groups say effectively bans their work. Egyptian rights activists say they are facing the worst crackdown in their history amid a wider campaign under President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi to erase freedoms won in a 2011 uprising that ended Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule. The bill, which is subject to a final vote, bans any civil society work that does not fall under its...... (read more)

8. Germany Bans Islamic Organization, Police Search 190 Sites
November 15, 2016

Hundreds of police officers searched about 190 offices, mosques and apartments of members and supporters of the Islamic group “The true religion” as the German government announced a ban of the organization Tuesday. Police raided places in 60 cities in western Germany and also in Berlin seizing documents and files, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said. Nobody was detained. The group - also known as “Read!” - has been distributing German-language copies of the Quran across...... (read more)

9. Afghan President Wants UN to Add Taliban Chief to List of Terrorists
November 14, 2016

The Afghan government has asked the United Nations to include the Taliban's fugitive chief in its blacklist of individuals under travel and financial bans and arms embargo. The move, critics say, demonstrates hardening of President Ashraf Ghani's stance about engaging the Taliban in peace talks, and it will likely fuel the insurgency. The Taliban has long demanded, among other things, removal of names of its senior leaders from the U.N. sanctions list before it decides to...... (read more)

10. Pakistani Capital Bans Political Gatherings
October 27, 2016

Authorities in Pakistan have banned all political gatherings and street rallies in the capital city in a bid to discourage next week’s planned anti-government march here.  The ban will remain in force for two months to prevent "unlawful assemblies ... which are likely to threaten public peace and tranquility" in the city, according to an interior ministry statement issued Thursday. Activists and supporters of the opposition political party of cricketer-turned-politician...... (read more)

11. US Calls for Meeting With Russia Over Missile Treaty Dispute
October 20, 2016

The United States has called for a special meeting with Russia over alleged violations of a landmark Cold War-era arms-control treaty, a policy reversal that echoes deepening U.S. fears about Moscow's intentions. The planned meeting of the Special Verification Commission, scheduled in the near future, focuses new attention on concerns about the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces treaty (INF). The treaty, which bans testing, producing, and possessing ground-launched cruise...... (read more)

12. Pakistan Bans Broadcast of Indian Content
October 19, 2016

Pakistan has banned Indian programs on local radio and television stations, the latest casualty of continuing military and political tension between the two countries. The state-run Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority announced the decision Wednesday, saying the decade-long unilateral concession is being canceled starting October 21. The authority warned that violators of the ban would have their broadcasting licenses suspended without issuance of “show cause...... (read more)

13. Pakistan Bans Reporter From Leaving the Country
October 10, 2016

Pakistan has banned one of its leading journalists from leaving the country, after he reported on a secret meeting between the country’s prime minister and the army’s top spy. Writing Monday on Twitter, journalist Cyril Almeida, a columnist and reporter for the English-language Dawn newspaper, said he had been placed on the government’s so-called exit control list, just days after his October 6 story on the high-level meeting. The report detailed a faceoff between Prime Minister Nawaz...... (read more)

14. Burundi Bans 3 Human Rights Investigators 
October 10, 2016

The Burundian government has banned three U.N. human rights investigators from entering the country, following the release of a report that cited serious rights violations in the East African country. A letter Monday signed by Foreign Affairs Minister Alain Aime Nyamitwe said U.N. investigators Pablo de Greiff of Colombia, Christof Heyns of South Africa, and Maya Sahli-Fadel of Algeria are no longer welcome in Burundi. The three investigators from the U.N. High Commissioner for Human...... (read more)

15. Turkey Bans Large-scale Commemorations on 1st Anniversary of Suicide Attacks
October 10, 2016

Turkish police in Ankara used tear gas and water cannons Monday to prevent hundreds of activists from holding a protest to commemorate the first anniversary of an attack considered the worst in Turkey's modern history. Authorities banned large-scale commemorations of the twin suicide bombings, citing security concerns. At least 60 demonstrators were detained and 1,700 riot police were on duty in the city, the state-run Anadolu Agency reported. Police blocked roads leading...... (read more)

16. Source: Samsung Halts Note 7 Production after New Fire Scare
October 10, 2016

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has suspended production of its flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, a source said on Monday, after reports of fires in replacement devices added to the tech giant's worst ever recall crisis. Top U.S. and Australian carriers also suspended sales or exchanges of Note 7s, while major airlines reiterated bans on passengers using the phones, after smoke from a replacement device forced the evacuation of a passenger plane in the United States last week. Fires...... (read more)

17. Polish Parliament Rejects Proposed Abortion Ban Law
October 06, 2016

Lawmakers in Poland voted on Thursday to reject a plan that would effectively ban nearly all abortions in the country after mass protests prompted some to reverse their position. The decision came after a Polish parliamentary committee voted down the abortion ban bill on Wednesday and urged the majority rightwing parliament to follow suit when it voted on the bill Thursday. The full parliament voted 352-58 against the abortion plan. Poland already bans abortion except in cases of...... (read more)

18. Government Bans Kashmir Newspaper, Fearing Anti-India Violence
October 04, 2016

Authorities in the Indian-controlled portion of Kashmir have banned the publication of a local newspaper, saying that its contents could incite violence in the troubled region. The English daily "Kashmir Reader" did not publish for the second straight day on Tuesday, following a government order over the weekend for its owner to halt publication. The order, handed down by police officials to the newspaper's office, said the paper's contents are "of such nature...... (read more)

19. Bans Upheld on Elephant Ivory, Rhino Horn
October 03, 2016

The deliberations were long, the debate was impassioned and the votes were decisive. On Monday, members of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora killed proposals to legalize trade in elephant ivory and rhino horn. It was the star issue at this year's conference in Johannesburg, and one that experts say is not as simple as the opposing campaigns made it seem. The United States and European Union were among the majority of nations that...... (read more)

20. Bulgaria Bans Full-face Veils in Public Places
September 30, 2016

Bulgaria's parliament on Friday banned the wearing of face veils in what in what was deemed to be an attempt to boost security in the wake of Islamist militant attacks in Europe. The "burqa ban" law, pushed by the nationalist Patriotic Front coalition, echoes similar moves in other western European countries such as France, Netherlands and Belgium who have banned the wearing of burqas or niqabs in public. People who do not follow the ban face fines of up to 1,500 levs...... (read more)

21. UK Judge Bans Publication of Hacked Pippa Middleton Photos
September 28, 2016

A British judge on Wednesday banned the publication of stolen photographs of Pippa Middleton after allegations that 3,000 personal images were taken in a hacking attack on her iCloud account. High Court justice Philippa Whipple made the order after Middleton, sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, and her fiancé James Matthews went to court against the "person or persons unknown' who are responsible for the hack.   The Sun newspaper said Saturday it was contacted by...... (read more)

22. EU Adopts New Rules to Boost IS Sanctions
September 20, 2016

The European Union has adopted new rules allowing the bloc to impose travel bans and asset freezes on associates of the Islamic State extremist group.   The move by EU member nations on Tuesday also targets foreign fighters who train or work with IS.   Sanctions could be imposed on people who have planned or carried out attacks, as well as financed, recruited for or supported the group's activities.   IS sympathizers from outside Europe could be banned from entering,...... (read more)

23. DRC Political Dialogue Stalls Over Opposition Demands
September 03, 2016

In the Democratic Republic of Congo, a political dialogue that started Thursday has been suspended over the weekend in the hope that more of the opposition will attend. But the main opposition bloc, known as the Rassemblement, has set pre-conditions for attending, which are some way from being met. The bloc’s pre-conditions for participating in the dialogue include freeing political prisoners, lifting bans on several TV stations and the resignation of the dialogue's current...... (read more)

24. US Bans Antibacterial Soaps
September 02, 2016

Americans use a lot of antibacterial soaps, but today the U.S. Food and Drug Administration banned 19 chemicals commonly found in them. “Companies will no longer be able to market antibacterial washes with these ingredients because manufacturers did not demonstrate that the ingredients are both safe for long-term daily use and more effective than plain soap and water in preventing illness and the spread of certain infections,” the FDA wrote in a news release. In its ruling, the FDA...... (read more)

25. Zimbabwe Bans Protests for Two Weeks
September 01, 2016

Zimbabwe's government on Thursday banned protests in the capital, Harare, for the next two weeks. The ban was announced a day before opposition parties were to hold an anti-government demonstration. Immediately after the release of the statutory ban, which says anyone who organizes a protest may be sentenced to up to 12 months in prison, opposition parties issued a statement postponing a planned Friday protest by two weeks. In a telephone interview, Thabitha Khumalo, a leader of...... (read more)

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