19 March 2002Below the cool and noble surface an actor is hidden in Kenny, so when there is an opening as John Travolta in the theatrical version of Grease, he goes for the audition - but competition turns out to be surprisingly tough.9 April 2002Kenny receives mysterious death threats in the form of darts, and he is forced to hire a personal bodyguard, Michel.The Kremlin has backed the Chechen government's denials over the brutal campaign, saying it had "no information" to support research by journalists and human rights groups.Ms Merkel called on the Russian government to properly investigate the allegations and ensure that LGBT people are fully protected in the territories and elsewhere.Mr Putin claimed his government condemns the use of chemical weapons by any party in the conflict and called for an investigation."Those guilty must be found and punished, but this can be only done after an impartial investigation," he said.
In Italy, as in Germany, the religious group was looked upon with grave concern because of its pacifism (members chose to refuse military service), its political neutrality, and its dislike of any form of totalitarianism. In fact, the Witnesses were often forced to live in secluded villages in the south of Italy, villages that were freed by the allies before September, 1943, allowing them to avoid deportation.
27 February 2001The host of a breakfast television show gets in a state of chock when his girlfriend breaks up with him, causing him to believe that it is 1985.
A new receptionist needs to be hired, and someone has altered the spell check on the computers.
1 Examining papers regarding Jehovah's Witnesses in the State Record Office, we find some interesting items. All of these are of concern not only to Jehovah's Witnesses, but also to the many who show interest in and respect for their upright way of life. See also the Department of Interior's communication "General Direction of the Police, General and Reserved Affairs Department" First Division, record n.
There are documents dating from 1927: statements from the Prefect of the Department of the Interior; information from the Department itself, from various Prefects, and from the Superintendent of Police; reports from the O. What, then, was the reason for such intensive scrutiny and careful record keeping?