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09-11-2010
Discover JJ*Venus new collections in Hong Kong Watch Fair

The Hong Kong Watch Fair, one of the most important watch fair
in the world, was opening its door during September 9 to 10 this
year. JJ*VENUS showcases our latest men and womens collections in the Brand Name Gallery.

You can also discover the collections from our website now.

 
11-30-2010
Hong Kong International Stationery Fair

Jama Idle Ibrahim was caught after an attack on a US naval flotilla which the pirates had apparently mistaken for merchant ships.

He pleaded guilty as part of an agreement which may see him return to court to testify against five other Somalis facing piracy charges.

He still faces other charges connected to an attack in 2008 on a Danish ship.

Monday's sentence was handed down at a federal court in Norfolk, Virginia.

 
11-30-2010
Hong Kong International Stationery Fair

Jama Idle Ibrahim was caught after an attack on a US naval flotilla which the pirates had apparently mistaken for merchant ships.

He pleaded guilty as part of an agreement which may see him return to court to testify against five other Somalis facing piracy charges.

He still faces other charges connected to an attack in 2008 on a Danish ship.

Monday's sentence was handed down at a federal court in Norfolk, Virginia.

 
11-30-2010
Hong Kong International Stationery Fair

Jama Idle Ibrahim was caught after an attack on a US naval flotilla which the pirates had apparently mistaken for merchant ships.

He pleaded guilty as part of an agreement which may see him return to court to testify against five other Somalis facing piracy charges.

He still faces other charges connected to an attack in 2008 on a Danish ship.

Monday's sentence was handed down at a federal court in Norfolk, Virginia.

 
11-30-2010
Hong Kong International Stationery Fair

Jama Idle Ibrahim was caught after an attack on a US naval flotilla which the pirates had apparently mistaken for merchant ships.

He pleaded guilty as part of an agreement which may see him return to court to testify against five other Somalis facing piracy charges.

He still faces other charges connected to an attack in 2008 on a Danish ship.

Monday's sentence was handed down at a federal court in Norfolk, Virginia.

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