The firm also worked to obtain a copy of Mc Gowan’s unpublished memoir, to determine if the actress was going to go public with her sexual assault accusations against Weinstein.Mc Gowan first met with ‘Diana’ after the two were introduced by a literary agent last May, the New Yorker first reported this week. No fucking way.’Penn, using the alias ‘Anna,’ also met with New York reporter Ben Wallace earlier this year while he was working on a story about Weinstein.Seven passengers, including four soldiers, and the bomber were killed and 27 people wounded when the blast tore through the vehicle, spraying body parts and debris across the highway. Witnesses said the bomber, named as Ra'fat Abu Dyak, had blown himself up in the middle of the bus."He argued a bit with the driver..then walked to the centre of the bus, and then I noticed he was wearing a coat and when he sat down I saw something inside," Vadim Weinfus, a soldier on the bus, told Israel Radio."Just as I was going to insert the ammunition clip (into my rifle) to stop this guy somehow - because I was sure this was it - he exploded," Weinfus said.Condemning the attack, the Palestinian Authority called for a halt to the killing of civilians inside Israel in a conflict that has claimed more than 1,400 lives, three quarters of them Palestinian.The blonde spy duped Mc Gowan into meeting with her and even managed to obtain a copy of the actress’s unpublished memoir this year, after telling the actress she was a women’s rights advocate from London.Penn claimed she worked for a London-based investment company called Rueben Capital Partners.Zinni met Arafat at his West Bank headquarters in Ramallah before holding joint talks with senior Israeli and Palestinian security officials later in the day on the nuts and bolts of the Tenet plan.
Mēs iesakām visiem mūsu lietotājiem izvēlēties šo čata versiju.Mēs iesakām visiem mūsu lietotājiem izvelēties čata Flash versiju (tiek izmantota šobrīd).Tikai Premium biedri var vērot citu lietotāju kameras.Palestinian officials said Israel had proposed a four-week timetable for implementing all the aspects of the Tenet plan, but that they wanted it concluded in two weeks and coupled with an Israeli commitment to talks on an end to the occupation."We rejected the Israeli security plan because it only talks about security arrangements for Israel," said Jibril al-Rajoub, the Palestinian preventive security chief for the West Bank."We say there can be no security or stability with occupation.Their document should include steps to end the occupation," Rajoub told Reuters.