and Iveta Jurkane-Hobein (2016) "'Strangers within?
Nariah's mum, Aija
, says she had trusted the man she left her with
Reinis Drunka (*), Janis Grabis, Dzidra Jankovica, Dzintra-Arija Rasmane, and Aija
Because the group is, essentially, a subset of a larger body of national court PIOs that had been established in the 1990s through the AIJA
, members of the Victorian group said they were also often in communication with colleagues in other states or territories.
As I inspected the picture more closely, I noticed the sign said "Aija
Media reports said military planes were seen flying over the Rashaya towns of Kfar Qouq and Aija
minutes before the explosion was heard nearby.
Karklina, marketing manager for Ecco Middle East, said: "We have been on a great streak in terms of targeting our core customers at strategic locations in the UAE, and this continues a series of store openings that we have done recently, which includes Yas Mall, Dubai Festival City, and the newly-renovated flagship boutique at The Dubai Mall."
The Afghanistan Independent Journalist's Association (AIJA
), meanwhile, called for a thorough investigation into the matter.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- According to the association's website, "The International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA
) is the only global association devoted to lawyers and in-house counsel aged 45 and under.
(3) Judge Kevin Sleight, 'Managing Trials for Sexual Offences--A Western Australian Perspective' (Paper presented at the AIJA
Criminal Justice in Australia and New Zealand--Issues and Challenges for Judicial Administration Conference, Sydney, 7-9 September 2011) 17.
Heroes Thusha's team: from back left James Lafferty, Caroline Appleby, Dr Magnusson, Dr David McCormick, Lindsay John, Cathy Brennan, Sharma Sajadah, Aija
Siitonen, Tonya James and Jackie Ambrose.
Ali Al Haddabi, CEO of Oman Electricity Transmission Company, said that work will begin shortly on the setting up of Al Hamria transformer station (132/220 kv) and its electricity transmission line, Al Aija
transformer station, Al Sharqiyah, and its electricity transmission line (132 kv), and two power stations in Sur and Jahlout (220/400 kv).