Austrian authorities toughened controls along the country's eastern borders on Monday, stopping hundreds of refugees and arresting five traffickers in a clampdown
that followed last week's gruesome discovery of 71 dead migrants in a truck.
Days before the second anniversary of the clampdown
, the local municipality has posted street signs across Raba'a Al Adawiya Square carrying the name of Hesham Barakat, Egypt's chief prosecutor who was killed in a car bomb in Cairo on June 29 this year.
CROOKED City traders could be jailed for up to 10 years under a clampdown
on offensive chants they fear could spark trouble and the case will be passed on to the antiviolence committee.
is set to be placed on 'chuggers' raising money in a Midland town after complaints from shoppers and market traders.
IN an apparent clampdown
by the NDA government on the activities of environmental NGOs, a British national working for Greenpeace was barred from entering India.
The chairwoman of the Bank of Russia, Elvira Nabiullina, has said that the clampdown
on dubious banking operations and capital flight would continue as the central bank works on strengthening the sector.
Arab NewsAND so the long-promised clampdown
TRACY Larner is right of course when she describes the recent clampdown
on vehicles using the upper half of Rhyl high street as entrapment (Daily Post October 14).
THE recent clampdown
on speeding has, yet again, prompted the police to make the usual misleading statements such as 'speeding' is a factor in many road accidents.
Claims management clampdown
HUNDREDS of claims management firms have shut following a clampdown
on fees blamed for fuelling a "compensation culture".
Hamas leaders have been careful not to criticize Egypt's border clampdown
in public, for fear of being accused of meddling in Egypt's internal affairs.