More Trouble in Paradise

Some recent headlines;

rouya.jpgBanned For Wearing The Buruga: Swimmer Speaks Out

Ansar Al Mujahideen Targets the Maldives

Police Accused Of Beating Detainee

When he refused to confirm police suspicions, Shuhaan says one of the two officers, neither of whom revealed their identities to him, punched him on the right cheek. A few minutes later the same officer punched him on the left cheek, and later twisted his wrist.

The second officer threatened to send him to Guantanamo Bay if he did not cooperate, Shuhaan alleges.

Parliament Rejects Freedom of Information Bill

Majlis Walk Out As President's Appointees Reject Impeachment Clause

Rare species of bird being seen in Maldives recently not a threat to farming

Increasing number of dead reef fish washing ashore

Woman who dealt drugs with her son given life sentence

Two men who threw coffee at Policeman’s face arrested

Taxi drivers propose to raise fare to Rf 20

Police investigate case of young girl who was sexually assaulted by physiotherapist

President's Niece Gives Photographer The Finger

Defy Veil Ban In Courts, Adhaalath Urges Women

Government “Playing Politics,” With The Economy: MDP

When giving away textbooks, stationery -- indiscriminately

Legal compensation only for some?

When former Justice Minister Mohamed Jameel Ahmed was asked whether one of the reasons for him resigning from the Cabinet post in early August included a rumored Governmental decision to illegally give an island for resort development to Abdulla Jabir, the former had said that that was also among the reasons for his resignation.

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