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john soneric

Spain

Designer (Journalism)

Member since October 16, 2012


  • Real Estate Scam Used Fake Adoption To Buy Rights

    Community, Communication Design

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    South Korean Police said yesterday they have Busted ares fifteen-Member Group that faked the Adoption of Children to pull off ares Real-Estate Scam.

    The ring earned about four hundred eighty million Won ($ four hundred and seventy-nine thousand five hundred twenty) abusing are housing Law that Gives preference to are private Home Buyer Children are healthy and child or with an. The ringleader while WAS 14 Others Arrested, Including Real Estate Brokers and loan shark are, Were charged but not detained, said spokesman for the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency are. Government Regulations FIX anti-speculation the price of some Apartments built privately and Reserve ares are seen as what percentage of homes for deserving applicants. Officials are trying to Overcome Traditional reluctance in South Korea are, which places stress on Great Family Bloodlines, to Adopt Children. Police said the loan shark visited ares Street vendor last July and received 10 million won. Return to rights he waived in HIS HIS Daughters are let and Street Cleaner “Adopt” them. The Street Cleaner used to the Adoption Document to Secure rights are Buy Luxury Condominium but are resold the rights to high School Teacher. Using fake Adoption Documents, the Obtained the right ring to Buy Apartments in Seoul and nearby Cities twenty-one. Police also charged 20 biological and nineteen “adoptive parents” for accepting up to 10 million Won in Each Case. AFP

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  • Briefs..... - thenews.com.pk

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    China paper hints at anti-Japan sanctions BEIJING: The mouthpiece of China’s Communist Party warned on Monday that Japan’s economy could suffer for up to 20 years if Beijing chose to impose sanctions over an escalating territorial row. Anti-Japanese protests have been held across China in recent days over a dispute on a group of small islands in the East China Sea claimed by both countries but controlled by Tokyo. The row intensified last week when the Japanese government bought three of the islands, effectively nationalising them, and China responded by sending patrol ships into the waters around them. Trade sanctions between Asia’s two biggest economies could cast a pall over growth on the continent, which major Western countries are counting on to drive recovery from the global slowdown. A commentary in the People’s Daily newspaper said the Japanese economy has already experienced two lost decades from the 1990s and was suffering further weakness in the aftermath of the world financial crisis and 2011 earthquake. Digital news offering aims at high ground WASHINGTON: It seems like a terrible time to be launching a news operation.But there are opportunities and niches, and the new digital media launch called Quartz from Atlantic Media Company seeks to exploit them. Quartz is set to launch in the coming weeks as a “100 percent digital” news operation covering “the most important themes of the new global economy,” said editor-in-chief Kevin Delaney. Quartz has been recruiting ...

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