Email By court reporter Meagan Dillon Posted November 20, 2019 19:04:44 Photo: Zainab Abdirahman-Khalif received letters from members of the Clavell family. (Nine News) Related Story: Adelaide woman found guilty of IS membership has conviction overturned Related Story: Adelaide woman who pledged allegiance to Islamic State sentenced Related Story: Adelaide woman found guilty of being a member of Islamic State terrorist group Map: Adelaide 5000 A woman once suspected of being a member of the Islamic State terrorist group was communicating with the sons of infamous Adelaide fugitive Rodney Clavell while she was in jail, the Federal Court has heard. Key pointsThe AFP is seeking to gain control over some aspects of Zainab Abdirahman-Khalif's life Ms Abdirahman-Khalif was acquitted of being a member of Islamic State last monthHer lawyer said since her release from jail she had sought out de-radicalisation programs The Australian Federal Police (AFP) is seeking to impose … [Read more...] about SA police seek to control movement and social media of former Islamic State suspect Zainab Abdirahman-Khalif
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New Delhi: The makers of Nawazuddin Siddiqui's upcoming film 'Photograph' have revealed the new release date for the film. The makers tweeted a new poster and wrote, "Two worlds met with the help of a #PhotographMovie. Releases in India on 15th March. @riteshbatra @Nawazuddin_S @sanyamalhotra07" Two worlds met with the help of a 📸 #[email protected] @Nawazuddin_S @sanyamalhotra07 pic.twitter.com/UaGOOAURaw — Photograph (@PhotographAmzn) February 14, 2019 Taking to Twitter, Indian film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh too revealed the news, writing, "Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Sanya Malhotra... #TheLunchbox director Ritesh Batra's new film #Photograph to now release on 15 March 2019 in India... New poster." Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Sanya Malhotra... #TheLunchbox director Ritesh Batra's new film #Photograph to now release on 15 March 2019 in India... New poster: pic.twitter.com/XyJVclhOPm — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) February 14, 2019 The poster … [Read more...] about Nawazuddin Siddiqui & Sanya Malhotra’s ‘Photograph’ gets new release date!
By Livia Yap and Yuling Yang Expectations that $200 billion of foreign money would flow into China’s capital markets this year are looking nothing short of optimistic. For overseas investors, a weaker currency is the latest factor making yuan-denominated assets less attractive. They’ve been selling mainland-listed stocks at a record pace and their demand for Chinese bonds has been relatively tepid: monthly inflows have averaged at just 6.8 billion yuan ($984 million) this year, versus the 44.4 billion yuan seen in 2018, ChinaBond data show. What had started as a promising year in China’s markets is quickly turning sour as the country’s trade stand-off with the U.S. takes a toll on sentiment. The swift correction in stocks and concern that the yuan could tumble to dangerous levels is creating volatility in a market that -- for foreign investors -- remains difficult to hedge. It comes at a sensitive time for policy makers, who have been accelerating efforts to … [Read more...] about Yuan slump derails big year of foreign buying in China’s markets
By David Fickling Investors are turning their back on fossil fuels. Sweden’s central bank sold its holdings of sovereign debt issued by Canadian and Australian local governments dependent on fossil fuel extraction, the Riksbank said last week. A day later, the European Investment Bank said it would stop providing funding for conventional fossil fuels by 2022. One response might be to yawn. Divestment has “reduced about zero tonnes of emissions. It’s not like you’ve capital-starved people making steel and gasoline,” Microsoft founder Bill Gates told the Financial Times in September. That view seems to be grounded in solid academic research: One influential 1996 study of the divestment campaign against the shares of companies involved in apartheid South Africa found the moves had “little discernible effect.” Why should the current hue and cry against carbon-intensive fuels be any different? The argument that shareholder divestment campaigns … [Read more...] about View: What Bill Gates gets wrong about fossil fuels
Paramedics treated several Country Fire Service volunteers for smoke inhalation and heat stress as the mercury soared above 40C - ahead of Thursday’s cool change. On a record-breaking day of searing temperatures across the state, the CFS fought 45 fires in dangerous conditions. An emergency warning was still in place on Wednesday night for the Yorketown fire, with the St Vincent Highway closed at several junctions. CFS warned that the fire had spread south, towards the coast, but was also spreading east and west. They anticipated a wind change after midnight would result in the eastern flank becoming the head of the fire, travelling towards Coobowie, Edithburgh and Port Giles. While several homes were destroyed by the stubble blaze, the exact number of homes lost will not be known until fire crews have the blaze under control. A tractor and trailer alight at the Yorketown bushfire. Picture: Matt LoxtonSource:The Advertiser Another fire at Price, which had been contained before … [Read more...] about CFS crews battle more than 40 fires on day of record-breaking November heat