Taroudant- Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise, who is in Morocco for the fifth installment of Mission Impossible 5, was seen in the Derb Sultan neighborhood in Casablanca.Before getting into the car, Cruise waved to the onlookers who were there on the scene taking shots with their smart phones.In an amateur video posted on YouTube, cars spinning in the narrow streets of the old medina of Casablanca at full speed and the sound of screeching tires made a roaring noise. The 52-year-old actor arrived on Saturday in a luxury car in Rabat, Morocco.The Mission Impossible 5 is set for release on December 25, 2015.
Perpetual Treasuries had been accused of being part of the scam and had reportedly made profits over 11,145 million.The scam had taken place in 2015 when Minister Ravi Karunanayake was the Minister of Finance. The President had expressed these views at a meeting held at the Presidential Secretariat today. Investigations had found that the public suffered a loss of Rs. 11.5 billion as a result of the treasury bond deal. President Maithripala Sirisena has directed the relevant authorities to expedite the Central Bank treasury bond scam investigation and take appropriate action on those responsible.He says delaying the investigations is an obstruction of the justice process, the President’s Media Division said.