Investigators did not explain why he was allowed to continue with his journey. Details on the investigation are emerging at a time of sharply increased concern over the terrorist threat in France and other European countries. In the wake of U.S. airstrikes in Iraq and possible strikes in Syria, European counterterrorism services fear ISIS or its supporters could retaliate with attacks in Europe, a European counterterrorism official told CNN. Following a long trail According to French security officials, Boudina had set off for Syria in late September 2012 with a childhood friend — Abdelkader Tliba, a French-Tunisian who worked as a cook in grand restaurants on the Cannes seafront — just days after Jeremie Louis-Sidney, an alleged fellow member of their close-knit radical circle, had thrown a grenade into a Jewish grocery store in Sarcelles, a suburb of Paris, injuring a shopper.
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Deepening rivalries test German luxury car dominance – Yahoo Finance
“They’ve pushed volume with fleet discounts of around 20 percent,” said Hoennighausen, who previously managed corporate fleets for Deutsche Bank and BNP Paribas. “This may open the door to newer players like Jaguar, who are starting to offer fleet-relevant products.” Among others waging or planning new offensives are Fiat-owned Maserati and Alfa Romeo, Nissan’s Infiniti, and Volvo, a unit of China-based Geely. “Our theory is that there’s room for something visibly different that is styled in a more provocative manner,” said Andy Palmer, the senior Nissan executive charged with achieving a breakthrough for the 25-year-old Infiniti brand. “It’s particularly true for China,” Palmer told Reuters. “Chinese consumers will cross-shop – and Audi only has the market to lose because they’ve been so dominant.” For now, the Germans remain firmly on top.
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Tight budgets force cuts to King County Public Health | Crosscut.com
When she was 12, she and her family were migrant workers in Moxee in Central Washington. Back then, she says, I didnt know that I was poor or that I was disadvantaged as a migrant worker. But later, she learned how to use the services that public health offered. While she was in nursing school pregnant and surviving on her student loans and later as an unemployed single mother, she met with a public health nurse twice a month and depended on WIC. As a single parent I had no luxury, she says.
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