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Swiss Propaganda Research

Swiss Propaganda Research is a website launched in 2016 which describes itself as a "an independent nonprofit research group investigating geopolitical propaganda in Swiss and international media". Stephan Russ-Mohl, considers these studies to be ...

Omar Hosari

Omar Hosari was born in Damascus, Syria in 1977 in a family which was immersed in the aviation industry. His father, Mr. Hisham, was amongst the first pioneers of business aviation in the Middle East. Hosari is a BSc graduate of Economic Science ...

Iddi-ilum

Iddi-ilum, also Iddi-El or Iddin-El, was a military governor, or Shakkanakku, of the ancient city-state of Mari in eastern Syria, following the conquest, the destruction and the control of the city by the Akkadian Empire. Iddi-ilum was contempora ...

South Taiwan monsoon rain forests

The South Taiwan monsoon rain forests ecoregion covers the southern tip of Taiwan, 200 km east of the mainland. The area is one of high biodiversity, due to its location between temperate and subtropical zones, its monsoon exposure, and its high ...

National Assembly of Tajikistan

The National Assembly is the upper chamber of Tajikistans bicameral parliament. It has 33 members: 25 elected for a five-year term by deputies of local majlisi and 8 appointed by the president. By right, former presidents are members for life. Ru ...

Anvar Norkulov

Anvar Abdukhalilovich Norkulov is a retired Tajikistani footballer who played for the Tajikistan national football team and who is currently an assistant coach at FC Istiklol.

Wolf (Thai TV series)

Wolf, is a 2019 Thai television series starring Toni Rakkaen, Sutatta Udomsilp, Thitipoom Techaapaikhun, Jumpol Adulkittiporn and Kanaphan Puitrakul. The series, directed by Nuttapong Mongkolsawas and produced by GMMTV, premiered in Thailand and ...

Judgement 2010

Judgement 2010 was a professional wrestling event promoted by DDT Pro-Wrestling. It took place on March 14, 2010, in Tokyo, Japan, at the Korakuen Hall. It was the fourteenth event under the Judgement name. The event aired domestically on Fightin ...

National Council for Liberties in Tunisia

The National Council for Liberties in Tunisia is a Tunisian NGO specializing in human rights. The Council was established in 1998 by around thirty personalities including Moncef Marzouki, Mustapha Ben Jaafar and Sihem Bensedrine. It is part of th ...

Catheline Ndamira Atwakiire

Catheline Ndamira is a Ugandan Business woman and politician who has also been the Kabale district woman representative a position she held since 2016.

Emma Mutebi

Captain Emma Mutebi is a Ugandan airline pilot, who serves as a captain at Uganda Airlines, Ugandas national carrier airline, on the CRJ 900 aircraft, effective April 2019.

Mayanja Memorial Hospital

The hospital is located in the neighborhood of Nyamityobora, in Kakoba Division, approximately 2 kilometres 1 mi, by road, southeast of Mbararas central business district. The geographical coordinates of Mayanja Memorial Hospital are: 0°3657.0"S, ...

Noeline Kisembo Basemera

Noelina Kisembo Basemera was born on 27 December 1973. She is a Ugandan politician, legislator and an administrator by profession. She is the Kibaale district woman member of parliament She is a member of the National Resistance MovementNRM party ...

Agnes Nandutu

She is a senior political reporter at NTV Uganda. Nandutu is also a moderator and a speaker for NTV citizen debate show called "The People’s Parliament." She served as the president of the Parliamentary Journalists Association from 2011 to 2016. ...

Clarence J. Smale

Smale was born to John and Mary Smale on Nov. 2, 1886 in Ballona, California. He was one of six children. His father, born in Canada, was a farmer. The Smale couple divorced by 1910, with Mary taking her children to live in Gull Harbor, Washingto ...

Hannibal Ware

Ware is originally from the U.S. Virgin Islands, and he grew up on St. Croix. He graduated from Central High School. He earned a bachelor of arts degree in accounting from the University of the Virgin Islands.

Laura Raffo

Maria Laura Raffo is a Uruguayan economist, businesswoman and politician. She is a candidate for Intendant of Montevideo in the 2020 municipal elections of the Coalicion Multicolor. Born in Montevideo, she attended primary school at the Lycee Fra ...

Firebase Nancy

Firebase Nancy was a U.S. Army and Army of the Republic of Vietnam base located 9 miles southeast of Quảng Tri in central Vietnam.

Black Desert (Egypt)

The Black Desert is a region of volcano-shaped and widely spaced mounds, distributed along about 30 km in western Egypt between the White Desert in the south and the Bahariya Oasis in the north. Most of its mounds are capped by basalt sills, givi ...

Ali Kaaf

Ali Kaaf is a German-Syrian visual artist whose pictorial language connects his lifeworlds between Beirut, Berlin and the USA.

Princess Maria

Princess Maria may refer to: Princess Maria of Greece and Denmark 1876–1940, 5th child of George I of Greece and Olga Konstantinovna of Russia Princess Maria of Romania 1870-1874, only child of Carol I of Romania and Elisabeth of Wied Princess Ma ...

List of members of the 6th Parliament of Zimbabwe

The 6th Parliament of Zimbabwe met between 2005 and 2008. At the time of the March 2005 parliamentary election, the Zimbabwean Parliament was unicameral, consisting of the 150-member House of Assembly. The Senate, abolished in 1989, was reintrodu ...

Edward G. Lanpher

Edward Gibson Lanpher was an American Career Foreign Service Officer who served as the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Zimbabwe.

Yongkang

Yongkang, Yunnan, a town in Yongde County, Yunnan Yongkang Subdistrict, a subdistrict in Taonan, Jilin Yongkang, Zhejiang, a city in Zhejiang Yongkang, Anhui, a town in Dingyuan County, Anhui Yongkang, Ningxia, a town in Zhongwei, Ningxia

Japanese submarine chaser Cha-12

She was laid down on 11 January 1942 and launched on 8 January 1943. She was completed on 6 April 1943. She was assigned to the Sasebo Defense Force, Sasebo Naval District on 6 April 1943. On 1 June 1943, she was reassigned to the First Base Forc ...

Mach 5

Mach 5 or variation, may refer to: Wharfedale MACH 5, a loudspeaker in the Warfedale series MACH Mach-V Marvel Comics comic book superhero alter-ego of Marvel Comics character Abner Jenkins Mach Five Japanese: マッハ号, the animanga Speed Racer r ...

Mitra dynasty (Kosambi)

Mitra dynasty of Kosambi was centered on the city of Kosambi at the Vatsa region. Its capital Kosambi was among the most important trade centers in the ancient India. The dynasty also likely controlled territory in nearby regions such as Magadha. ...

Saint Edward

Saint Edward the Confessor 1004–1066, canonised 1161, feast day 13 October Saint Edward the Martyr c. 962 – 978/979, canonised 1001, feast day 18 March

Manning (disambiguation)

Australia The Manning River Manning, Western Australia Austria Manning, Upper Austria Canada Manning, Alberta Manning Drive, Edmonton, Alberta China Manning, the Chinese Postal Map Romanisation of the name of Wanning City, Hainan Province United ...

Diphosphines

Diphosphines, sometimes called bisphosphanes, are organophosphorus compounds most commonly used as bidentate phosphine ligands in inorganic and organometallic chemistry. They are identified by the presence of two phosphino groups linked by a back ...

Queen Adelaide (disambiguation)

Adelaide of Champagne 1140 - 1206, queen of the Franks Adelaide of Aquitaine died 1004, queen of the Franks Adelaide of Paris died 901, queen of the West Franks Saint Adelaide of Italy, also called Adelaide of Burgundy 931/932–999, queen of Italy ...

The Dumping Ground (series 8)

The eighth series of the British childrens television series The Dumping Ground began broadcasting on 10 January 2020 on CBBC. The series follows the lives of the children living in the fictional childrens care home of Ashdene Ridge, nicknamed by ...

Pamir alpine desert and tundra

The Pamir alpine desert and tundra ecoregion covers the high plateau of the Pamir Mountains, at the central meeting of the great mountain ranges of Central Asia: Himalaya, Karakoram, Hindu Kush, Kunlun, and Tian Shan. It is a region of relatively ...

Clontarf

Clontarf, Queensland Toowoomba Region, a locality in the Toowoomba Region, Australia Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland Clontarf, Queensland, a suburb of the Moreton Bay Region, Australia Clontarf, New South Wales, Australia Clontarf, Minnesota, United States

National Cancer Control Programme

With the emergence of Cancer as a growing threat to Public health, the Indian Government, through the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, initiated the National Cancer Control Program in 1975.

Kanaka Rajan

Kanaka Rajan is an Indian-American Computational Neuroscientist and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neuroscience and Friedman Brain Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. Rajan trained in engineerin ...

Edward of England

Edward of England may refer to: Edward VIII of the United Kingdom 1894–1972, King of the United Kingdom Edward the Elder c. 874–924, King of the English Edward the Confessor c. 1003–1066, King of the English Edward II of England 1284–1327, King o ...

Henry III

Henry III may refer to: Henry III, Count of Luxembourg died 1096 Henry III of Nassau-Breda 1483–1538 Henry III the White 1227–1266, Duke of Wroclaw Henry III of England 1207–1272 Henry III of Castile 1379–1406 Henry III, Prince of Conde 1643–1709 ...

William III

William III of the Netherlands and Luxembourg 1817–1890 William III of Sicily 1190–1198 William III of England or William III of Orange or William II of Scotland 1650–1702

Canute of Denmark

Canute of Denmark - Danish: Knud - may refer to: Canute V of Denmark, Canute V Magnussen, 1129–1157, King of Denmark 1146-1157 Canute VI of Denmark, Canute VI Valdemarsen, 1163–1202, King of Denmark 1182–1202 Cnut the Great, Canute II the Great, ...

Haplogroup R1b-DF13

R1b-DF13 is a subclade of R1b-L21, likely associated with Bell Beaker and a haplogroup belonging to the Celts which originated approximately 4200 years ago. Currently this haplogroup is mostly found among the inhabitants of Ireland and Great Brit ...

Lester (disambiguation)

14583 Lester, an asteroid Lester Peak, Ellsworth Land, Antarctica Lester Cove, a cove in Graham Land, Antarctica

Robert I

Robert I may refer to: Robert I, Duke of Burgundy 1011–1076, Duke of Burgundy, 1032–1076 Robert of Naples 1277–1343, King of Naples, 1309–1343, son of King Charles II of Naples Robert I, Count of Flanders 1029–1093, also named Robert the Frisian, ...

Constantine I (disambiguation)

Constantine I, popularly known as Constantine the Great, was a Roman Emperor. Constantine I may also refer to: Constantin mac Cinaeda d. 877, also known as Constantine I of Scotland Zara Yaqob 1399–1468, emperor of Ethiopia sometimes known as Con ...

King Philip

King Philip may refer to Philip III of Spain and II of Portugal 1578–1621 Philip I Philadelphus Seleucid 95–84/83 BC Philip III of Navarre 1301–1343 Philip of Sweden 12th century Philip II Philoromaeus last Seleucid 65–63 BC Philip IV of Spain an ...

Nottinghamshire Domesday Book tenants-in-chief

The Domesday Book of 1086 AD lists King William the Conquerors tenants-in-chief in Snotinghscire, following the Norman Conquest of England: Robert Malet c. 1050 - 1100s, son of William Malet and he was High Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk from 107 ...

APC Activator

APC Activators are a type of immunotherapy which leverages antigen-presenting cells to drive an adaptive immune response. APC Activators are agonists to APC surface-expressed ligands that, when bound, induce the maturation and activation of APCs. ...

Bronchoscopic Lung Volume Reduction (BLVR)

Bronchoscopic Lung Volume Reduction is a procedure to reduce the volume of air within the lungs. BLVR was initially developed in the early 2000s as a minimally invasive treatment for severe COPD that is primarily caused by emphysema. BLVR evolved ...

Hugh fitzBaldric

Hugh fitzBaldric was a Norman nobleman and royal official in England after the Norman Conquest of England. Hugh first appears in the historical record around 1067 when he was the witness to a charter of Gerold de Roumara. Hugh held the office of ...

Guido Torzilli

Guido Torzilli is an Italian liver surgeon from Milan, known for his surgical and scientific activities in the field of precision surgery for malignant liver tumors.