'Dangerous' man with chainsaw at large after attack

'Dangerous' man with chainsaw at large after attack

Police said they do not believe Monday’s attack in the historic town of Schaffhausen is terrorism related, but warned the public that the man at large is “dangerous.” The attacker was identified as 51-year-old Franz Wrousis, a Swiss national with no fixed address who lives in a forest, Shauffhausen public prosecutor Peter Sticher said. Sticher described him as a 190 centimeter-tall (6 feet 2 inches tall) bald white man, while police described him as a man of “untidy appearance.” Authorities are seeking the public’s help in locating Wrousis. Schaffhausen police…

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Israeli embassy staff in Jordan returned to Israel

Israeli embassy staff in Jordan returned to Israel

Posted July 25, 2017 08:03:33 Israel says the staff of its embassy in Jordan, including a security guard involved in a shooting incident, have been allowed to return to Israel. Israel’s domestic spy chief travelled to Jordan to question the Israeli embassy guard who shot and killed a Jordanian teenager who had allegedly stabbed him. “The return of the envoys was made possible thanks to close cooperation which was held in the past day between Israel and Jordan,” the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office said. The security guard shot dead a…

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10 migrants die in sweltering truck

10 migrants die in sweltering truck

That’s the story he told federal investigators, who clearly don’t believe him. The 60-year-old Florida man is now charged with knowingly transporting illegal aliens. Eight of them were already dead, and two more died after being hospitalized. Dozens more were severely injured, and many will suffer from “irreversible brain damage,” the city’s fire chief said. “Checking the video from the store, we found there were a number of vehicles that came in and picked up a lot of the folks that were in that trailer that survived the trip,” Police…

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Sweet job opportunities for chefs

Sweet job opportunities for chefs

ABOUT 90,000 chefs are employed across Australia but not all work in the roles we may expect. From restaurants, cafes and hotels, to cruise ships, super yachts and schools, if there is food served, there is a need for chefs. William Angliss Institute food trades and culinary arts centre manager Mark Agius says there is a range of opportunities both in Australia and abroad — particularly in Asia. “Large catering organisations are expanding with work in resorts, lodges and private clubs, airline food such as SkyChefs and also pre-packaged food…

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Compensation call after tax office hit by another IT fault

Compensation call after tax office hit by another IT fault

Posted July 25, 2017 04:56:28 Accountants are calling for compensation after yet another IT fault at the Australian Tax Office stopped them lodging tax returns. Key points: Latest error affected “individual tax return lodgement transactions” Institute of Public Accountants says technical issue hurting small business ATO also struggled with unplanned outages in December, February and June The bungle came just weeks after a major system outage and after commissioner Chris Jordan warned IT faults were beginning to undermine the tax office’s reputation. The tax office wrote to accountants on Monday…

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