|| Date: Thu, 05 Mar 2009 01:02:58 -0500
From: Alastair Robinson INVESTMENTS LIMITED <email@example.com>
Subject: Business Partners needed!
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Alastair Robinson INVESTMENTS LIMITED
85-89 DUKE STREET
LIVERPOOL, L1 5AP United Kingdom
Attention: the CEO/Manager.
Our company is rapidly expanding and we are looking for business managers to
partner with us in your district. Our business involve the supply of a wide
range of industrial and office products to resellers throughout the U.S. and
Canada. These products include heavy industrial equipments, consumable office
supplies, consumer electronics, and industrial chemicals from all the major
industry manufacturers in China, Taiwan and Japan.
We guarantee increase revenue for your business as our partner. We work with
all kinds of businesses and last year our partners traded over 200 million
dollars. There is no selling, or marketing involved. You will not be required to hold any inventory or participate in any sales, marketing or the usual day to day activities of retails. Rather, your duties will be restricted to handling account receivables and fufilling orders for the company. Our rapidly expanding business continue to sevice customers all across north America, who find our products and services indespensible in the current global economy.
What are your duties
1. Manage account receivables.
2. Fulfilling orders for the company.
All duties involved can be achieved part-time without affecting your present
Our commitment to you and your company
All transactions will be honest and free of unethical business practices.
Payments of commissions are instant and paid on same day funds are received.
Full reinbursement of taxes, bank charges and verified expenses.
This offer is for mostly for business only. To qualify, your business must
have been in operation for atleast one year. Individuals who wish to apply on
a personal basis must ensure that they have exceptional relationship with his
or her banker and can accomondate large transactions.
Please no recruiters or headhunters.
Alastair Robinson C.E.O
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Bomb kills 12 at livestock market south of Baghdad
BAGHDAD – A car bomb exploded Thursday in a crowded livestock market selling sheep, cattle and goats south of Baghdad, killing at least 12 people and wounding dozens, Iraqi police and medical officials said.
The parked car exploded at the height of the morning buying and selling at the market on the outskirts of Hillah, 60 miles south of Baghdad, said Iraqi police Maj. Muthana Khalid. The blast scattered bodies and animal carcasses throughout the market, a witness said.
While violence has declined dramatically in Iraq during the past 18 months, there are concerns about a possible upward trend in bloodshed after a series of high-profile attacks on civilians and U.S. and Iraqi security forces in recent weeks.
All the dead and injured in Thursday's bombing were civilians, Khalid said.
Dr. Ahmed al-Hasnawi, from the Hillah General Hospital, said 60 people were wounded but two of them died after being taken to the hospital.
The U.S. military put the casualty toll at 10 dead and 56 wounded.
Markets, mosques and religious shrines have been a favorite target of insurgents in Iraq because of the possibility of high casualty counts.
Dozens of cattle merchants, farmers, butchers and buyers were at the market in Hamza al-Gharbi, a mostly Shiite community a short distance from Hillah, when the bomb exploded.
The market operates daily but is at its busiest on Thursdays and Fridays, said cattle merchant Rajab Abdul-Hussein.
Mohammed Abbas, a butcher, described a grisly scene of bodies and animal carcasses strewn throughout the market in the aftermath of the bombing.
"Blood and meat were everywhere," Abbas said.
Witnesses told police the blast came from a car parked near the market's main thoroughfare.
The Hillah area has been the site of many deadly bombings, including one of the worst attacks in Iraq since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion. In February 2005, a suicide car bomber killed 125 national guard and police recruits in Hillah.
In March 2007, two suicide bombers struck a crowd of Shiite pilgrims, killing 120. And in February that year, suicide bombers struck a market, killing 73.
In Baghdad Thursday, gunmen ambushed an Interior Ministry official on his way to work, seriously wounding him, said an Iraqi police official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to release information.
Meanwhile, one of Iran's most powerful political and religious figures, former Iranian President Hashemi Rafsanjani, met with influential Shiite cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani Thursday in the holy city of Najaf.
Rafsanjani has met with various government and religious officials since his arrival in Iraq on Monday.
Some Sunnis have protested Rafsanjani's trip, including hundreds who took to the streets in the western city of Ramadi on Wednesday. Iraq's Sunni Arab minority has lost the dominant position it enjoyed under its patron Saddam Hussein and is wary of the growing influence of Shiite Iran.
Iraq's Sunni vice president, Tariq al-Hashimi, canceled a planned meeting earlier in the week with Rafsanjani, citing previously scheduled engagements, according to al-Hashimi's Web site.
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