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LEAWOOD, KS (KCTV) El Sherif has been involved in some arguably valuable work in the metro for years, including interfaith get together for children charities. But he recently found himself in the middle of some negative press.Last October the feds seized El Sherif business, the Beta Chem laboratory in Lenexa, KS.The Kansas Department of Health and Environment said it asked Beta Chem to “attain compliance with its radioactive materials license” but says the business never did. That why the building was seized and hazmat crews were called in.Thursday the EPA raided El Sherif home. Neighbors tell KCTV5 off camera that investigators were out there all day.El Sherif declines to talk about why his house was raided, including whether it was connected to his old Lenexa business. He instead referred KCTV5 to his attorney who hasn returned any calls.KCTV5 also has a message into the EPA to find out why they were at the home but, due to the holiday weekend, they have not returned any calls. Janiyah Taylor passed away Monday morning in her sleep.A local family is mourning the loss of an 11 year old girl who died unexpectedly just a few days ago. Janiyah Taylor passed away Monday morning in her sleep.Attackers used blunt saw to cut into South African triathlete’s legsAttackers used blunt saw to cut into South African triathlete’s legsUpdated: Thursday, March 8 2018 12:02 AM EST2018 03 08 05:02:17 GMTIn this photo taken June 21,
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2015 and supplied by B Active Sports, Mhlengi Gwala competes in an event in Durban, South Africa. (B Active Sports/Jethro Snyders via AP)Several attackers pulled Gwala off his bicycle as he cycled up a steep hill and sawed into his right calf, damaging muscle, nerves, and bone.Several attackers pulled Gwala off his bicycle as he cycled up a steep hill and sawed into his right calf, damaging muscle, nerves, and bone.
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BRATISLAVA, Slovakia The leaders of four Central European countries have cautiously welcomed European Union proposals to address their concerns that multinationals sell lower quality versions of their foods to consumers in Central and Eastern Europe than in the West.

At a summit in Bratislava, Slovakia, EU Consumer Affairs Commissioner Vera Jourova proposed new ways to compare the quality of food products across borders as she met with the leaders of Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Consumer advocates and politicians in all four countries have long complained that inferior versions of food,
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detergents and cosmetics are sold in their countries. Some fish fingers, for example, contain less fish meat and more salt than in those sold in Western Europe under the same label.

While the nations prime ministers welcomed the step, they said even more has to be done.

Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico called Jourova proposal and said it help. glad that the European Commission has presented a new methodology that would make it possible to better compare the quality of food, Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka said. it just the first step. We have to go much further at the European level. Prime Minister Viktor Orban said his government wait for the Commission further steps.

The summit aimed to bridge a divide that has opened between Brussels and several of the new EU member states in Central Europe. A key point of conflict has been migration, but the issue of food quality has also generated tensions.
timberland biker boots Central Europe tackles issue of lower quality consumer goods