Friday, January 20, 2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 1/20/2012

Gates of Vienna News Feed 1/20/2012The Syrian interior minister says his country has lost $2 billion in oil revenues since the EU imposed sanctions on Syria back in September.

In economic news, Austria has issued 50-year bonds for the first time in its history. At their first auction they sold well, with a yield only slightly higher than that of the 10-year bonds issued the same day.

In other news, two European aid workers were kidnapped in the Pakistani province of Punjab.

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Anonymous said...

The sure signs

Here's the list of symbols the burglars use to code your house

- Interesting project
- There's money
- Women alone
- Person of authority
- Watch out for neighbours
- Nothing interesting
- etc

These signs may be find on your facade, letterbox, stones, etc. If you find one of these codes on your property, you may be on the "to visit list"