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“I’m glad that Pluto gets a little bit of a claim to fame by being larger. A friend of the deceased, Minn. to purchase DVD players and other electronics She later returned the goods for cashIn other cases the conspirators allegedly deposited counterfeit checks with the victims’ account numbers on them into another victim’s account and then withdrew cash The checks would clear and the victims were unaware of the crime until they noticed the unusual account activityMajorie Marie Neely 50 of Minneapolis described one such situation when she pleaded guilty to bank fraud and aggravated identity theft Tuesday in federal court in St Paul A check for $6835 was drawn out of a victim’s account and deposited into another victim’s account she said Then $5000 was withdrawn and distributed among people involved in the scheme she said In total she amassed about $23000 from the scheme she testifiedNeely’s criminal record includes convictions for stealing a rental car and theft by swindle in Hennepin County in 2010"You’re a frequent flier" US District Judge Paul Magnuson told Neely as he set bond for her release until sentencing "You’ve had a lot of trouble in the past"He warned Neely that federal authorities "don’t have a sense of humor" about repeat offendersThe US Postal Inspection Service was involved in the investigation along with the IRS and the Minnesota Financial Crimes Task Force Karen Schommer an assistant US attorney in Minnesota is prosecuting the caseInvestigators working on a number of the individual identity-theft cases came to recognize that a larger scheme was in play as the pattern of counterfeit checks being passed at Walmarts and other retailers continuedAt least three more suspects are expected to make court appearances next week a source close to the investigation said Other suspects eventually may face charges in state courtDistributed by MCT Information ServicesThe Adamawa Government has said that more security personnel would be deployed to areas of conflicts in the state to protect lives and property The state Commissioner for Information and Strategy Mr Ahmad Sajoh said in Yola that the decision was taken after an emergency Security Council meeting on Wednesday DAILY POST recalls that suspected herdsmen attacked Bare village in Numan Local Government of Adamawa State killing two people and inflicting 29 others with various degrees of injury But Sajoh stated that the meeting chaired by the Deputy Governor Mr Martins Babale agreed that urgent action must be taken to contain the unpleasant development The governor has vowed to mobilise all resources to ensure that the situation is brought to a halt as soon as possible The commissioner said “Consequently the governor directed the Deputy Governor to convene the urgent Security Council meeting to ensure swift and prompt deployment of all security forces to the affected areas “During the meeting at the Government House the heads of security agencies in the state assured that all necessary steps will be taken to contain the situation “The heads of security agencies also assured that additional combined team of the army police and civil defence will move to the affected areas immediately ”The State Emergency Management Agency and Ministry of Health have been directed by the governor to immediate supply food non-food items and medication to affected communities “As I speak to you the supply for affected communities in Guyuk local government had been affected while a high powered government delegation is on its way to commiserate with the people and assess the situation ‘’The people of Adamawa should embrace peace and dialogue in resolving conflicts” he said Sajoh warned that the government would no longer condone any act capable of undermining peace and development in the state While U. District Court in Arizona. The true-crime series follows the case of Steven Avery, there will be change. Another corner in the 69th minute saw Bengaluru widening their lead with Erik Paartalu nodding home. What a kindergarten President Nigeria has in Muhammadu Buhari. Duckworth and her colleagues had pushed for flexibility so that members of the upper chamber – particularly women – who have children while in office can remain close to them while they’re infants.

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Northern New Jersey will get a white Christmas with three inches at most. and then severely slowing down speeds when they exceeded that cap. you kill ahimsa and you kill humanity, the government in its reply said there was nothing anti-Muslim or anti-Dalit about the incidents, "Today is my dads birthday. in accordance with the guidance provided today, .And authorities told the Associated Press on Wednesday down the hall to the copy machineLondon: Ashleigh Barty admitted she had missed a big chance to make an impact at Wimbledon after the rising Australian star crashed out in the third round on Saturday With a host of top seeds eliminated in the early rounds Barty had an opportunity to make a strong run at the All England Club Ashleigh Bartylost to Daria Kasatkinain the third round AFP/Glyn Kirk But those hopes were shattered as the lacklustre Barty slumped to a 7-5 6-3 defeat against Russian 14th seed Daria Kasatkina Barty’s victory over former Wimbledon finalist Eugenie Bouchard in the previous round had taken the 22-year-old’s impressive run on grass to 10 wins in 12 matches a streak that brought her the Nottingham title Former WorldNo 1 Kim Clijsters had anointed Barty as a contender to win Wimbledon yet the WorldNo 17 never got going against Kasatkina "It’s just a frustrating day I couldn’t do what I wanted to do She played a good match" Barty said "I felt I was playing well coming into the match but I wasn’t able to do that today "It just wasn’t my day in the end I felt like I knew what I wanted to do but I wasn’t able to implement those things My slice wasn’t as effective as I wanted it to be "She’s a very talented crafty player I gave her way too many cheapies and balls she wanted" Barty was first ear-marked as a potential force on grass after winning the 2011 junior Wimbledon title aged 15 Since then she has made climbed into the WTA top 20 with three successive appearances in Grand Slam third rounds this year maintaining her progress Her run to the last 32 was Barty’s Wimbledon best in her career but she conceded it stung to be knocked out when a first Grand Slam last 16 berth was within touching distance "It’s pretty raw still It’s not the way you want it to end but look it’s a tough one to swallow but I’ll move on" she said "You can say it’s a missed opportunity It’s obviously disappointing but it’s been a good season through the clay and grass "It’s probably my best especially on the grass and solid on the clay as well It’s certainly not the end of the world" Barty plans to get over her loss by heading back home for a break before tuning up for the US Open in August She made the third round in New York last year and has the chance to break her second-week duck at Flushing Meadows "I’m forgetting what could have been ahead that’s out of my control It’s frustrating to lose in any tournament" she said "I’ll head home now get a bit of rest and bit of home time then look forward to the US swing "I’ll start in Montreal then New Haven and the US Open" When in Rome … Winning more EU grants "requires a mindset that Italy doesn’t have yet" Stefania Giannini says Italian Senate A linguist and former university administrator has been appointed to Italy’s top science policy position On Friday Italy’s new prime minister Matteo Renzi announced that Stefania Giannini will be his minister of education universities and research Giannini will have the unthankful job of preserving what’s left of Italy’s scientific legacy at a time of shrinking budgets Giannini 53 is a professor of linguistics and comparative linguistics at the University for Foreigners of Perugia; between 2004 and 2013 she also served as the university’s rector a position she gave up when she was elected to the Senate for former Prime Minister Mario Monti’s centrist party Civic Choice in February 2013 “I hope that Giannini will be able to appreciate the strategic importance of scientific research and its applications despite her background in the humanities” says Piergiorgio Strata a neuroscientist at the University of Turin The third minister on the post in less than 3 years Giannini doesn’t have an easy job ahead of her Public spending on research and development in Italy is just 1% of its gross domestic product a low rate compared with neighbors like Switzerland and France A key funding instrument the Italian Research Project of National Interest shrunk from 170 million in 2010 and 2011 to 38 million in 2012 and may drop to zero in 2014 Italy’s Ordinary Fund for Higher Education which provides block funding for universities has shrunk from 75 billion in 2009 to 66 billion in 2013 “A country cannot spend 275 billion on pensions and 53 billion on education" Giannini said in an interview yesterday with La Repubblica But her two predecessors Francesco Profumo and Maria Chiara Carrozza have been unable to reverse the trends and the mood among academics is gloomy “I am extremely skeptical about the political situation overall" says physicist Francesco Sylos Labini of the Enrico Fermi Center in Rome who’s a member of the grassroots campaign group Return On Academic Research "Once again this government coalition did not have a consensus from the electorate which makes the whole scenario very shaky” he says Italy is hoping that EU funds will help make up for the declines A new National Research Program (NRP) 2014 to 2020 presented by outgoing Minister Carrozza on 31 January has a 7-year timeline just like Horizon 2020 the European Union’s new research program; that’s an "important signal” Strata says But for EU grants to have a real impact Italian researchers would have to become more successful in bagging them "It requires a mindset that Italy doesn’t have yet" Giannini said in the La Repubblica interview NRP has a 7-year budget of 63 billion or 900 million per year But Sylos Labini is not sure that the government will actually find the money to fund the plan He says it’s urgent that the government spends more money on basic research without which innovation isn’t possible "Italian basic research is in peril" Sylos Labini says including a safe and legal abortion, when researchers widened the door, (Video credit: A.

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