Read the Gulf News and English online paper from the United Arab Emirates.
Aparently, they are taking harsh steps against selling tobacco to minors. Fines and closure of the store. That ought to prove effective. Well, to stop them from being openly sold.
And child-visitation rights for the father are a religious right.
The appellant's advocate mentioned in his pleading that the father has the legal right to see his children in his house on a weekly basis to be able to participate in raising them up properly. He explained that one hour for seeing the kids at the mother's house isn't enough.
Ramblings about the US and Israel in Iraq here
It is impossible to believe that an Iraqi government, temporary or otherwise, would have awarded a contract to any company that uses Israeli equipment.
And a complaint that Arabs are not spending enough on scienctific research.
Every once in a while i find it fun to pick a paper from a foriegn country and see what they are talking about.