#Nottingham #UK Have you seen #missing Paul Mincher, 39, from #Bulwell #Nottingham? It’s believed he could be in the #StPancras area #AceNewsDesk https://t.me/acenewsgroup/9488 – @AceNewsServices

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#AceNewsReport – Aug.05: Have you seen #missing Paul Mincher, 39, from #Bulwell #Nottingham? It’s believed he could be in the #StPancras area #AceNewsDesk reports

https://t.me/acenewsgroup/9488 Metropolitan Police (@metpoliceuk) August 5, 2017 #AceNewsDesk

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Belgium admits it kept quiet about ‘tainted’ eggs probe

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© ANP/AFP/File | A laboratory assistant for the Dutch food safety board carries out tests on eggs on August 1, 2017

BRUSSELS (AFP) – Belgian officials admitted Saturday they knew in early June there was a potential problem over insecticide-contaminated eggs but kept it secret because of an ongoing fraud investigation.

“We knew since early June there was potentially a problem with fipronil in the poultry sector,” Katrien Stragier, a spokeswoman for Belgium’s food safety agency (AFSCA), told Flemish television VRT.

“We immediately launched an investigation and we also informed the prosecutor because it was a matter of possible fraud,” she added.

“From that point on the secrecy of the inquiry took precedent. We understand that people have questions about public health and we are trying to answer them,” she added.

Contacted by AFP over the past few days, the prosecutor in Antwerp handling the case refused to give out…

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French farmers, breeders demand action against wolves — Sheep, beef, horses and even cheese at risk….

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© AFP/File / by Loïc VENNIN | French livestock breeders say wolves are a growing threat to their animals

SEVERAC-LE-CHATEAU (FRANCE) (AFP) – Hundreds of farmers, shepherds and politicians rallied in Aveyron, southern France, on Saturday calling for action to halt the slaughter of livestock by packs of wolves.

The demonstrators gathered more than 3,000 sheep, about a hundred cattle and a few horses in a field to represent the number of animals killed by wolves in France in recent months.

“They tell us that 80 percent of French are in favour of the wolf, but that’s because these people don’t know the reality,” said shepherd Melanie Brune.

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Sheep grazing near Aveyron, southern France

Brune and other livestock breeders were calling for government action to tackle the problem.

So far this year, wolves have killed 4,153 animals in France, according to an official government tally.

In 2016, the 10,234 animals were…

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LA made $1.3B in illegal immigrant welfare payouts in just two years

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Tax dollars at work.

From Fox News: Illegal immigrant families received nearly $1.3 billion in Los Angeles County welfare money during 2015 and 2016, nearly one-​quarter of the amount spent on the county’s entire needy population, according to data obtained by Fox News.

The data was obtained from the county Department of Public Social Services — which is responsible for doling out the benefits — and gives a snapshot of the financial costs associated with sanctuary and related policies.

The sanctuary county of Los Angeles is an illegal immigration epicenter, with the largest concentration of any county ​in the nation, according to a study from the Migration Policy Institute. ​The county also allows illegal immigrant parents with children born in the United States to seek welfare and food stamp benefits.

Robert Rector, a Heritage Foundation senior fellow who has written extensive studies on poverty…

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Hanoi exhibition to feature stunning photos of ASEAN countries


By Tuoi Tre News

August 05,2017, 11:30 GMT+7

​Hanoi exhibition to feature stunning photos of ASEAN countries
Lantern release festival in Thailand. Photo: Wannapong

The exhibition is being held to honor the bloc’s upcoming 50th birthday.

Hundreds of stunning photos featuring ASEAN countries and their people will be on public exhibit on Hanoi’s downtown walking street starting this weekend.

The exhibition is sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Hanoi’s municipal administration to honor 50 years of ASEAN.

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The art of Hanoi’s vendors through Dutch photographer’s lens


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Photos from Loes Heerink’s “Vendors from above” collection

A photographer from the Netherlands is planning to publish a photography book featuring amazing pictures she captured street vendors in Hanoi. Loes Heerink plans to include some 100 photos of her “Vendors from above” to the namesake photo book, she told Tuoi Tre News from home.

Photographer Loes Heerink

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