Department of the Treasury designated the Eurasian criminal entity, the Thieves-in-Law, along with 10 individuals and two entities linked to the Thieves-in-Law, pursuant to Executive Order (E.O.
We hope that with the E.O.
, that request will now be addressed by the local officials concerned,' Seares said in the statement.
has acquired the assets of US-based pipe and tank insulation systems provider E.O.
Wood Company, the company said.
The 38-year-old Nigerian security guard, E.O.
, handed a photocopy of his Emirates ID and security pass to his 31-year-old countryman, A.H., so the latter could enter the stadium and watch the games.
Presiding judge Urfan Omar convicted E.O.
of giving a copy of the Emirates ID and security card [provided by an organisational section at Dubai Police] to A.H.
Washington -- The Department of State has designated Abdul Aziz Haqqani (Aziz Haqqani) as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT) under Executive Order (E.O.
) 13224, which targets terrorists and those providing support to terrorists or acts of terrorism.
Treasury designated the following five individuals and one entity under E.O.
13622 for materially assisting, sponsoring, or providing financial, material, or technological support for the purchase or acquisition of US bank notes by the Government of Iran: Hossein Zeidi, Seyed Kamal Yasini, Azizullah Asadullah Qulandary, Asadollah Seifi, Teymour Ameri, and Belfast General Trading.
13526 revised the previous policies on these matters and established a National Declassification Center.
HOPPE'S AMERIKA: MODERNIST PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE 1920s tells of world-famous photographer Hoppe's arrival in America--and how and why eighty years later his name has nearly been forgotten despite his influential work, much of which was hidden in English and German archives.
On March 10, 2005, President Bush signed a finding continuing Executive Order (E.O.
) 12957, which continued the national emergency declared with respect to Iran, pursuant to the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C.
"We need an early-warning system to pick up species when they first become invasive," says biologist E.O.
Wilson of Harvard University.