|committee to investigate||調査委員会|
|investigate the matter||問題を調査する|
|sent to investigate||調査のために送られた|
|used to investigate||調査に使用|
· Trove of Tyrrell documents show police doubted evidence of key witnesses →
In one document, Detective Sergeant Laura Beacroft said that in March 2016 she investigated William's foster mother's claims that she saw two parked cars outside the home the morning he went missing.
· De Jonge: debate migration numbers each year to keep growth under control →
The backbencher said the Belastingdienst’s treatment of families who had to pay back support for childcare was ‘the greatest discrimination scandal the Netherlands has known to date.’ Many families were investigated on the basis that they had dual nationality and added to lists of suspected fraudsters that were circulated between government agencies without their knowledge.
· Under-probe Bersih 2.0 chairman says will answer questions on anti ‘Sheraton Move’ demo in court →
The electoral watchdog is being investigated under Section 9(5) of the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012 as the organiser of the “Turun Ke Jalan: Demokrasi Mati” at Dataran Merdeka on February 29, and for not giving 10 days prior notice to the police.
· Coronavirus symptoms update: Two peculiar signs found on your skin warning of an infection →
In a study published in the Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, urticaria in COVID-19 infection was further investigated.
· Malaysia probes Al Jazeera documentary about migrant arrests →
Malaysian police said Tuesday they are investigating an Al Jazeera documentary about the arrests of undocumented migrants during the coronavirus lockdown after officials denounced it for damaging the country's image.
· Selangor police say Mugilarasu died of heart attack, rule out foul play →
“We have investigated events leading to his death and from the post-mortem results, no foul play was detected.
· Curiosity Mars Rover’s Summer Road Trip Has Begun →
In journeying to the “sulfate-bearing unit,” Curiosity leaves behind Mount Sharp’s “clay-bearing unit,” which the robotic scientist had been investigating on the lower side of the mountain since early 2019.
· Italian cabinet approves 'mother of all reforms' to slash red tape →
It also tightens the definition of abuse of office, making it harder for public officials to be investigated for one of Italy's most commonly prosecuted white-collar crimes.
· ‘Hold on brother’: final days of doomed crew on Chinese shark finning boat →
To celebrate our emerging understanding of sharks’ true nature and investigate the many underreported ways in which humans rely on them, the Guardian is devoting a week to rethinking humanity's relationship with the shark – because if they are to survive, these predators cannot be prey for much longer.
· Immigration Dept seeking Bangladesh national who appeared in Al Jazeera’s documentary →
KUALA LUMPUR, July 7 — The Immigration Department has circulated a notice today seeking public information on a Bangladeshi national to be investigated under the Immigration Act 1959/1963.