- Of the total arrested, 931,069 were violators of residential regulations, 218,897 for flouting labor laws and 102,000 tried to gain entry into the Kingdom illegally.
- The crackdown started on November 16 last year and ended on June 14.
- The country is now split between rival governments in the east and west, each backed by an array of militias
- The UN Support Mission in Libya condemned the assault on the ports of Ras Lanuf and Al-Sidr
- Over 460,000 people applied for asylum in Europe in 2013. More than 660,000 did so in 2014
- Merkel now faces the challenge of persuading EU governments to sign up to a common plan on the migrants
- Tariffs proposed for crude oil, coal and other energy projects.
- China is the largest Asian customer for US crude.
- Harry Kane came to the rescue with two goals, the second a dramatic injury-time winner
- England had started brightly in a blur of passing and movement and could have been two goals up inside the first four minutes
- Soon-Shiong, a surgeon whose biotech investments have boosted his net worth to some $7.5 billion
- The new owner’s first move was to name as executive editor Pearlstine, 75, who has worked at The Wall Street Journal, Time Inc. magazines and Bloomberg News in a 50-year career