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When Syracuse Post Office Post Box is open, it will no longer be a post office, post office official says

Posted July 08, 2020 08:16:24 The Syracuse Post Box will become a postoffice box.

It’s official.

The post office has officially changed its name to Post Box and has changed its signage.

The Syracuse Post has been renamed to Post Office Box.

Post Office Box is now open at the corner of Broadway and Monroe Streets.

It is located in the area of Broadway, Monroe and Main Streets.

Post Office box signage will remain in place as of Monday.

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Thailand passport issued for billionaire businessman after his plane crash

PHILIPPINES — Authorities in Thailand said on Tuesday they have issued a passport to a billionaire businessman who was killed in a plane crash last month.

The Bangkok Post said in a tweet that the passport was issued to a businessman surnamed Wong who was in Thailand on a business trip.

The Post added that the name of the owner of the passport is not yet known.

We apologize for the confusion caused by this post.

The post has been removed.

Wong, a billionaire who built a global business empire through his own brands, was on a trip to the country with his wife and son.

He died after the plane crashed in a mountainous region of the southern region of Phuket, where he had a small company.

Thailand is a country with relatively low crime rates, but the country has a poor aviation safety record.

Authorities said they are investigating whether the incident could have been preventable and will hold a news conference at noon on Wednesday.

‘I was shocked’: Man arrested for using fake passport to travel to India

Man arrested in India for using his fake passport for an extended stay in India has been arrested in France.

Manu Kumar Sharma, a 29-year-old Indian, was arrested in the town of Thangur, near Paris, on Tuesday.

He had travelled to France on January 29 for a four-day visit.

Sharma was arrested when his passport was scanned at the airport in Paris and his photograph was found in his bag, which was seized from him.

He was released on bail on Tuesday after being given a medical examination and has been remanded in custody.

He is accused of violating the Paris travel ban by using a fake passport in the months between January 29 and May 11, according to France’s anti-terrorism squad, known as DGSE.

He was charged with a terrorism offence.

The DGSE is responsible for investigating terrorism cases, and Sharma was arrested after the investigation was completed.

He faces up to seven years in prison if convicted.

In October, Sharma was jailed for more than three years in a French court after he was caught using a false passport in India.

He had previously admitted that he used the fake passport on a number of occasions and paid fines to the French authorities.