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Immediate interrogations from accused persons revealed that other two suitcases containing heroin powder for smuggling are hidden at their residence.
The smart suitcase with sample explosives inside it on display at Arab Innovation Forum.
We shove them into our suitcases, we pull and push and tamp down, strap everything in as tightly as we can, then sit on the suitcase to zip it up.
On January 26, the two suitcases were found in a field, dumped behind a hedge.
Winning schools will choose student and teacher representatives to deliver suitcases to orphanages, schools and medical clinics in Kenya with international nonprofit, The WE Charity.
I am not saying that I have fallen over two pull-along suitcases in such circumstances, separated by only a couple of months.
RIMOWA Electronic Tag suitcases will be available in stores beginning next year.
With respect to some photographs recently published in the daily newspapers showing Zarrab entering the office of the Ministry of EU Affairs with a suitcase and leaving the office without it, Erdoy-an reportedly said, "Are there any photographs showing a delivery?
Caption: Children's suitcases were lovingly filled by parents.
Therefore if you are travelling with another person it's a good idea to split your luggage between suitcases.
SIR - Having carefully packed our suitcases, we all know that when we arrive our belongings will be in some disarray; so I have been attempting for some time to find a company that markets or would consider producing (blow-up) airbags to fill the void in a suitcase to hold its contents in place.
HAVING carefully packed our suitcases, we all know that when we arrive our belongings will be in some disarray; so I have been attempting for sometime to find a company that markets or would consider producing (blow-up) airbags to fill the void in a suitcase to hold its contents in place, I have tried all the well known suitcase manufacturers, packaging and inflatable product companies and but so far no one seems interested.
At Beijing airport, I watched the arrival of pink, orange and green suitcases, suitcases with Mickey Mouse and Hello Kitty splattered all over them before walking to a corner room for misplaced baggage inquiries.
My two suitcases, my lap top and my son's back pack were unloaded and taken to a location where they went through a machine, opened and checked carefully and then a rod with a white piece of material on the top was rubbed all over the bags and checked in a machine that determines if there was any gun powder residue.
After she arrived at the airport from Dubai, customs officers scanning her luggage found two packets of drugs hidden under the lining of one of her three suitcases.