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Friday 25 March 1994
The heads of orphanages throughout Poland have been ordered to account today for the whereabouts of all their children amid mounting fears that young Polish boys are being 'rented out' to Westerners to be sexually abused or forced to take part in pornographic videos.
Friday 11 February 1994
POLICE IN Switzerland are trying to unravel the mystery behind a plane which crashed into Lake Constance two weeks ago, amid fears that it was being used to smuggle nuclear materials from East Europe.
Thursday 30 December 1993
PARIS (Reuter) - Drug use should be depenalised and governments should concentrate their anti-drug efforts on reducing consumption, said the head of the international police organisation, Interpol.
Sunday 28 November 1993
DRUG use should no longer be a criminal offence, and people who take even such 'hard' substances as heroin and cocaine should not face prosecution or jail, the head of Interpol said yesterday.
Sunday 01 August 1993
A MURDER investigation was launched last night after police identified a man whose body was found buried head-first in a wood in Scotland, writes Jason Benetto.
Tenants stuck with tax collection: If your landlord is abroad, you are liable for the levy on his rent. Sue Fieldman reports
Sunday 06 June 1993
BEFORE you decide to rent a home, find out if your landlord lives abroad. If he does, beware. You could find you are liable for the landlord's tax bill on the rental payments.
Saturday 26 September 1992
IT ISN'T just British motorists and hotel guests who risk having their collars unfairly felt in France (Departures passim). Diana Pepper ran into bother after taking the train from Charles de Gaulle airport to the Paris Gare du Nord rail station.
Friday 21 August 1992
THE success of Hungary at the Olympic Games in Barcelona lost some of its golden glow yesterday when it was revealed in Budapest that local investigators were working with Interpol in an effort to track down the national swimming coach, Gyoergy Zemplenyi, who is suspected of embezzling about dollars 7m (pounds 3.6m).
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