COLOMBO cheap nike just do it air max , Jan. 14 (Xinhua) -- A wanted Sri Lankan drug dealer who fled the country has been arrested in Pakistan, police said on Wednesday.
The underworld kingpin Gampola Vidanalage Don Samantha Kumara aka "Wele Suda" has been arrested in Pakistan and deported to Sri Lanka, police spokesman Ajith Rohana told reporters.
"An Interpol Red Notice was issued last year on Wele Suda, one of the major drug traffickers in Sri Lanka. He was arrested in Pakistan and sent here," confirmed Rohana.
Sri Lanka Police Narcotics Bureau said the drug kingpin has lived in Peshawar in Pakistan.
The suspect has amassed a massive wealth from drug trafficking and fled the country with his wife last year as police attempted to arrest him.
Police later arrested his wife when she returned to Sri Lanka.
Last year, over 200 kg of heroine has been detected by law enforcement authorities in Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka's government earlier expressed fear that the island is becoming a transshipment hub for drugs after police records revealed 53,000 people had been arrested for drug offenses in 2013.
LONDON, July 18 (Xinhua) -- Rescuers continued to work late Tuesday night to help people trapped by a flash flooding in a village in southwest England's Cornwall.
Some residents in Coverack were winched to safety by coastguard rescue helicopters after their village was overwhelmed by a sudden flood brought on by a storm.
Several people had been forced to climb to safety onto the roofs of their homes to escape the torrent of flood water.
Flash flooding block roads, with hailstones the size of golf balls said to have smashed windows in the village. A torrential 90-minute storm was followed by waves of floodwater.
One local resident, Gloria Knight, who lives in a house on a hill overlooking Coverack, said on social media her garden had become a waterfall as a result of the floodwater.
Police issued an urgent alert telling people to avoid the areas, saying the road into the village was impassible.
Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service said rescue crews were attending multiple flooding-related incidents.
Cornwall Council said around 50 homes and properties in the village affected by the flood, but there were no early reports of any casualties.
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NEW DELHI, Feb. 8 (Xinhua) -- At least five people were trapped in debris as a building, which housed a police station and parcel office inside a railway station collapsed at Hubli in the southern Indian state of Karnataka Monday afternoon, said local TV channel India Today.
The trapped were women constables working there, according to the report.
Rescue teams with heavy equipment have reached the spot and efforts are on to rescue people from under the rubble.
A Seoul court on Thursday denied a request to arrest one of South Korea's most powerful men, the heir to the Samsung Electronics juggernaut, in a setback to prosecutors investigating an influence-peddling scandal that toppled South Korea's president.
The Seoul Central District Court said that a judge concluded that there was not enough justification to detain the 48-year-old billionaire Samsung vice chairman, Lee Jae-yong, at this stage.
The announcement, made around 5 a.m. local time, allowed Lee to return home after a long night. He had been waiting for the court's decision at a detention center south of Seoul for more than 12 hours after a court hearing the previous day.
Samsung said "the merits of this case can now be determined without the need for detention."
The decision means that Samsung avoids what could have been a stunning fall for the princeling of the country's richest family, a man groomed to lead South Korea's most successful company.
It came amid calls for caution from some business groups and newspapers worried that arresting Lee could hurt the economy because of Samsung's huge role, both economically and psychologically, in the country.
It is not uncommon in South Korea for courts to issue an arrest warrant past midnight for important or contentious cases, said Shin Jae-hwan, a spokesman for the Seoul court. The long deliberation means the judge must have agonized over the decision, he added.
Prosecutors said Lee gave 43 billion won ($36 million) in bribes to President Park Geun-hye and Choi Soon-sil, her confidante, seeking support for a contentious merger. They also suspect him of embezzling and lying under oath during a parliamentary hearing last month.
The court's decision may hurt prosecutors' plan to expand the bribery probe to Park.
Prosecutors expressed strong disappointment and said they believe the court's decision was caused by a difference in legal views on the nature of the allegations against the Samsung heir.
Samsung and other companies told investigators that they felt forced to make donations to foundations controlled by Choi in fear of retaliatory tax investigations and other unfair government treatment, according to state prosecutors who handed over the investigation to special prosecutors.
"The court's rejection of the arrest warrant is very regrettable," Lee Kyu-chul, a spokesman for a special prosecutors' team investigating the political scandal, said. "We'll take measures to continue an investigation unwaveringly," he said, without elaborating.
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