Australian DJ involved in prank call to Kate’s hospital back on air Earlier this month British prosecutors said the two Australian DJs would not face charges over the hoax call. Christian and Greig ... triggering a major backlash against the radio network and the hosts. The Australian presenters’ show was axed after ... 02/10/2013 - 9:06 pm | View Link
Australian radio network drops Royal hoax show Two DJs were sidelined by the Austereo network after making the ... was found dead three days later, triggering a massive backlash against Austereo and hosts Mel Greig and Michael Christian. The pair received death threats over the call, in which they ... 01/27/2013 - 9:35 pm | View Link
Australian radio network dumps royal hoax show An Australian radio show at the centre of a hoax call controversy involving Britain’s Prince William and his pregnant wife Catherine has been taken off air permanently, the network said Monday. Two DJs were ... a massive backlash against Austereo and ... 01/27/2013 - 4:48 pm | View Link
Australian DJs may not face charges in royal prank call Charges against Mel Greig and Michael Christian, the two DJs behind the prank phone ... amount of media attention and backlash from the hospital staff. According to E! News, Grieg and Christian may not face any formal charges in the case. 12/27/2012 - 10:12 am | View Link
Australian DJs Who Prank Called Kate Middleton’s Hospital to Face Police Questioning Following Nurse’s Suicide The Australian DJs involved in a radio hoax that possibly led to the suicide of a nurse ... The DJs, who have since been suspended, have received a global wave of backlash, as well as harsh and threatening messages on social media. 12/9/2012 - 4:44 am | View Link
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In early August, fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria swept into the small Yazidi village of Maturat in Iraq's Sinjar district and took women to the Badush prison in Mosul. Hundreds more women and girls were herded into an ancient citadel in the town of Tal Afar in the northern province of Nineveh.
Do you like fusion cuisine? Maybe a bit of Caribbean barbecue with couscous and ratatouille? Or perhaps a dish like bobotie, the South African version of meatloaf-in-a-pie-dish with chutney, fruit, and other south Asian and Malay influences? Well, how about some fusion languages? You don't need to go to a special linguistic café to get some fusion language whipped up.
The Israeli navy is a bit of an odd duck. It's designed largely for coastal and eastern Mediterranean warfare. But among all of Israel's small corvettes and missile boats are some some seriously mighty submarines. Israel is also investing heavily in growing its submarine fleet. It's a reflection of Tel Aviv's increasing reliance on the underwater boats for a range of operations — including nuclear deterrence.
Whether or not you're the kind of person who regularly seeks out political discourse, you're likely inundated with campaign ads on television, radio, or even promoted into your Twitter timeline. I once put my name and email on a list at a Barack Obama campaign event in 2008, and I'm not sure I've gone a whole day since without some sort of email from the Democratic Party asking me to knock on doors or donate money (overwhelmingly the latter).