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warn of radioactive
MEXICO CITY---Mexican authorities are search-
ing for an industrial measuring device containing
radioactive material that was stolen from a van
in the border state of Nuevo Leon.
The equipment belongs to the civil engineering
department of the Autonomous University of Nuevo
Leon. It contains cesium 137 and americium-beryllium.
Authorities say that the material poses serious health
risks. Citizens are warned not to touch or go near the
equipment, and a security perimeter of 100 feet is rec-
over suspected kidnap
Germany has expelled Vietnam's press atta-
che over the suspected kidnapping of a man who
was allegedly bundled into a car by armed men
at Berlin Zoo.
Trinh Xuan Thanh, who was the subject of an in-
ternational arrest warrant, disappeared in Berlin nine
As a result, the German government has ordered the
attache to leave within 48 hours.
German foreign ministry spokesman Martin Schaefer
called the incident a "scandalous violation".
"The kidnapping of Vietnamese national Trinh Xuan
Thanh on German soil is an unprecedented and scan-
dalous violation of German and international law," said
Schaefer, warning it could damage relations between
the two countries.
He also said there was "no serious doubt" about the
role the Vietnamese embassy and secret service had
played in the alleged kidnap of the former oil executive.
Reuters and Agence France Presse news agencies
reported that the expelled attache was an intelligence
officer at the Vietnamese embassy.
Trinh Xuan Thanh was accused of causing about
$150m in losses at a Vietnamese state firm.
The Vietnamese government issued an international
arrest warrant for him in September.
Thanh, who had reportedly been seeking asylum in
Germany, handed himself in to Vietnamese authorities
on Monday in his home country.
Small plane crash-lands on packed beach, kills 2
plane made an emergen-
cy landing on a packed
beach near Lisbon yes-
terday afternoon, kill-
ing a 56-year-old man
and an 8-year-old girl
who were sunbathing,
Hundreds of sunbathers
were on the popular beach
at Caparica, 20 miles south
of Lisbon, and witnesses
said some sunbathers ran
into the sea to avoid the
The National Maritime
Authority said the man
and girl died on the beach.
Officials said they were not
aware of any injured.
The small aircraft, re-
portedly a Cessna, carrying
two people appeared to be
in difficulty and wobbled
as it skimmed low over
the sunbathers, scattering
them and spreading panic
on the beach, witnesses
The plane appeared to
have a partly broken left
wing, which hung lower
than the right wing, Por-
tuguese television pictures
The dead girl was with
her parents, who were un-
hurt, witnesses told local
television channels. The
plane passed over the dead
man's legs as he sunbathed
on a towel, they said. No
others were reportedly hurt.
The two occupants of
the plane were unhurt and
were being questioned by
People walk past a small plane resting by the sea after an emergency landing at
Sao Joao beach in Costa da Caparica, outside Lisbon, yesterday. AP PHOTO
Republic Of Trinidad And Tobago
In The Matter Of The Real Property Act
Chapter 56:02 Sec. 136
In The Matter Of The Application Of:
BASDEO RAMADHAR of No. 26 Motta
Trace, Tabaquite and HARDEO
RAMADHAR of No. 94 Java Crescent, Tenth
Avenue, Orchard Gardens, Chaguanas.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that unless
good cause to the contrary is shown within four-
teen days from the publication of this notice the
Registrar General of Trinidad and Tobago will
issue a new Certiﬁcate of Title in respect of that
piece of land situate in the Ward of Montser-
rat in the Island of Trinidad comprising FIVE
ACRES be the same more or less delineated and
coloured pink in the diagram attached to and de-
scribed in the Crown Grant in Volume 122 Fo-
lio 479 and bounded on the North by lands of
Neebur on the South and East by Crown Land
and on the West by a Road reserve ﬁfty links
wide and now described in Certiﬁcate of Title
Volume 3253 Folio 197'
Dated this 2nd day of May, 2017.
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