A soldier stands guard at a checkpoint in Colombo on Saturday. Agence France-Presse
A uthorities in Sri Lanka on Monday banned women from wearing face veils under an emergency law put in place after deadly Easter Sunday attacks by militants. The measures would help security forces to identify people as a hunt for any remaining
Sri Lanka’s military launched a major hunt on Saturday for remnants of an extremist group which carried out the Easter suicide bombings that killed 258 people, officials said.
Sri Lanka on Saturday extended a law granting security forces emergency powers into third month following the Easter Day bomb attacks on hotels and churches that killed more than 250 people.
Sheikh Hamdan said, “The private sector is a major partner in Dubai's development process."
Tendance Ouest radio reported on its Twitter feed that the Fire was burning in an old Lipton warehouse. Local news websites showed smoke funnelling skywards from the depot, visible kilometres (miles) away.
Two of the gang members came to take the narcotics upon the instructions of their leaders, Hareb said, adding that the suspects took out part of the narcotics estimated at 22 kilograms of crystal from the warehouse to a Sharjah industrial area to be hidden until new instructions would be received.