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Romeo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative

The Romeo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative is a program to rescue and rehabilitate child soldiers. The initiative was founded by Romeo Dallaire, in 2007, and situated at Dalhousie University.Global Affairs Canada started contributing funding in ...

Mordechai Petcho

Mordechai Petcho was a deputy commander of the Irgun in the Land of Israel when Yaakov Meridor was its commander. Petcho is a scion of Azaria Piccio from Venice.

UTL

UTL may refer to: Union Territory of Lakshadweep Technical University of Lisbon University of Toronto Libraries Uganda Telecom Limited An acronym for "unable to locate", commonly used in North American police reports in conjunction with "GOA" "go ...

Castra of ancient Rome

The Praetorians were the main body of the imperial guard. Established under Augustus between 29 and 20 BC, they had great influence in the history of the Empire, until their dissolution under Constantine I. The barracks was built between 20 and 2 ...

Maria Paaso-Laine

Maria Sofia Paaso-Laine was a Finnish politician. A member of the Social Democratic Party, she was elected to Parliament in 1907 as one of the first group of female MPs. She remained an MP until the following year.

Thierry of Flanders (flourished 1197–1207)

Thierry of Flanders was a Flemish nobleman and crusader active in 1197–1207. Thierry was the illegitimate son of Count Philip I of Flanders and thus the first cousin of Count Baldwin IX of Flanders, whose mother, Margaret, was Philips sister. In ...

Heart attack (disambiguation)

Heart attack may refer to: Heart attack, the common name for myocardial infarction, when the blood supply to a part of the heart is interrupted An inaccurate reference to cardiac arrest sudden cardiac death

2019 Jamia Millia Islamia attack

The Jamia Millia Islamia attack refers to the forceful entry by Delhi police into the Jamia Millia Islamia university during a confrontation with student protesters that started outside the campus on 15 December 2019. Hundreds of police officers ...

Laar (disambiguation)

Laar may refer to: Places Laar, Haaren, North Brabant, Netherlands Laar, Nuenen, North Brabant, Netherlands Laar, Maasbree, Limburg, Netherlands Laar, Nuth, Limburg, Netherlands Laar, Germany Laar, Weert, Limburg, Netherlands Laar, Zemst, Flemish ...

Handel (disambiguation)

Handel Ice Piedmont, Alexander Island, Antarctica Handel crater, a crater on Mercury Handel, Netherlands, a village in Gemert-Bakel, the Netherlands Handel, Saskatchewan, a village in Canada 3826 Handel, a small main-belt asteroid

Quetta attack

Quetta attack may refer to: 2003 Quetta mosque bombing August 2016 Quetta attacks June 2013 Quetta attacks 2014 Quetta Airbase attack 9 August 2013 Quetta shooting August 2011 Quetta bombing January 2016 Quetta suicide bombing January 2020 Quetta ...

A33

A33, A 33 or A-33 may refer to: Douglas A-33, a 1941 American ground-attack fighter aircraft HLA-A33, a human serotype and also: One of the Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings codes for the English Opening in chess

A27

North American A-27, U.S. designation for 10 BC-1 trainers ordered by Thailand for use as light attackers, but diverted to the Philippines Aero A.27, a Czech bomber design of the 1920s

A32

A32, A 32, A.32 or A-32 may refer to: HLA-A32, a human serotype Focke-Wulf A 32, a 1930 German small airliner Junkers A 32, a 1926 German mailplane The Nissan A32 mid-size sedan platform, used by the Nissan Maxima, Cefiro, Infiniti I30 and Renaul ...

A35

A35 or A-35 may refer to: A-35 anti-ballistic missile system, a system deployed around Moscow, currently upgraded to the A-135 system Aero A.35, a Czech airliner of the 1930s Junkers A 35, a German aircraft of the 1920s Austin A35, a car made by ...

A30

A30 or A-30 may refer to: HLA-A30, a human serotype Austin A30, a 1950s British compact car Samsung Galaxy A30, smartphone released in 2019 Aero A.30, a Czech light bomber developed in the late 1920s A30 matriline, the name given to the most comm ...

Operation Eagle (disambiguation)

Operation Eagle may refer to: Operation Eagle Sinai 2011 Operation Eagle Sri Lanka 1990 Operation Eagle may also refer to: Operation Eagle Dive I 2007 Operation Eagle Eye Kosovo 1999 Operation Eagle Talon 2007 Operation Eagle Watch 2006 Operation ...

9 Squadron

9th Combat Operations Squadron, United States Air Force No. 9 Squadron RAF, United Kingdom 9th Airlift Squadron, United States Air Force 9th Attack Squadron, United States Air Force 9th Fighter Squadron, United States Air Force 9 Squadron Belgium ...

United Kingdom (1801 EIC ship)

United Kingdom was an East Indiaman launched in 1801. She made three voyages to India for the British East India Company. The French Navy captured her in 1809 during her fourth voyage and the Royal Navy recaptured her in 1810. She became a countr ...

Amber alert (disambiguation)

Amber alert in an alert state High Orange threat level in the U.S. Homeland Security Advisory System Alert state amber in the UK BIKINI state system Amber alert, a London Underground code alert

Roger Cooper (British businessman)

Roger Cooper is a British businessman. He was imprisoned in Iran from 1985 to 1991 on espionage charges. Cooper moved to Iran in 1958. He learned to speak fluent Persian and worked in various jobs there over the years. Iranian authorities arreste ...

Pain 1993

Pain 1993 is a song by Canadian rapper Drake from his commercial mixtape Dark Lane Demo Tapes. It features guest vocals by American rapper Playboi Carti.

Fata

Fata may refer to: Fata Orlovic born 1942, Bosniak woman involved in land lawsuit Arthur Fata born 1963, Zimbabwean sculptor Fata Salkunic born 1991, Slovenian football midfielder Drew Fata born 1983, Canadian ice-hockey player, brother of Rico F ...

NSMC

Do you want: NSMC - National Student Media Conference a conference in Newcastle, New South Wales Australia. It is part of the larger This Is Not Art TINA Festival. NSMC - National Student Marketing Corporation the name of a high-flying stock in t ...

GBG

Gbanzili language Guernsey, Channel Islands Good Behavior Game, a classroom behavior management strategy Good Beer Guide God Bless Guyana, a defunct political party in Guyana Google Business Groups GB Group UK, a UK public company focused on iden ...

Drug (disambiguation)

Drûg, a term for a member of the Druedain, a Middle-earth race in the fiction of J. R. R. Tolkien Drugs journal, a peer-reviewed medical journal

Chalk One Up

Chalk One Up is the fourth episode of the eighth season of the American television drama series Homeland, and the 88th episode overall. It premiered on Showtime on March 1, 2020.

Black October

Black October may refer to: "Octubre negro", unrest in Bolivia in October 2003 during the Bolivian gas conflict Black October album, 2006 Sadat X album The October Crisis, a 1970 kidnapping/terrorism crisis in Canada October 2008, the onset of th ...

National Committee for the Liberation of Detainees

The National Committee for the Liberation of Detainees or CNLD is an Algerian citizens group created on 26 August 2019 during the "Hirak" 2019 Algerian protests, with the aim of supporting and obtaining the release of political prisoners and pris ...

Hector Hidalgo Sola

Hector Hidalgo Sola was an Argentine diplomat and politician. He was named Ambassador of Argentina to Venezuela by president Jorge Rafael Videla in 1976 during the dictatorship known as Proceso de Reorganizacion Nacional as part of an agreement o ...

Desaparecido

Desaparecido is a Spanish word that means disappeared. It can refer to: "Desaparecido", a Manu Chao song on the Clandestino album One of los desaparecidos, the Argentines who "disappeared": that were secretly arrested and murdered by the US-backe ...

Stolen

Stolen may refer to: Stolen Christopher novel, a 2009 novel by Lucy Christopher Stolen Armstrong novel, a 2003 novel by Kelley Armstrong Stolen play, a 1998 Australian play by Jane Harrison "Stolen" Dashboard Confessional song, 2006 Stolen!, a 20 ...

Episode 8325

Episode 8325 is the 8.325th episode of the Australian soap opera Neighbours. It premiered on 10 Peach in Australia and Channel 5 in the United Kingdom on 23 March 2020. The episode was written by series producer Jason Herbison and directed by Ton ...

George Gibbs

George Gibbs, 1st Baron Wraxall 1873–1931, British member of parliament and peer George Gibbs Australian politician 1908–1968, member of the Victorian Parliament George Gibbs, 2nd Baron Wraxall 1928–2001, British peer and kidnapping victim

Brian Mitchell

Bryan Mitchell born 1991, American professional baseball pitcher Brian Mitchell boxer born 1961, former professional boxer Brian Mitchell American football coach born 1968, American football coach and former cornerback Brian Mitchell footballer b ...

Gowrie (disambiguation)

Zara Hore-Ruthven, Countess of Gowrie, wife of Alexander Hore-Ruthven, 1st Earl of Gowrie, after whom Lady Gowrie Child Centres were named Gowrie railway station, Melbourne, Australia Alexander Hore-Ruthven, 1st Earl of Gowrie 1872–1955, British ...

David Spencer

David Spencer may refer to: David E. Spencer, professor of economics at Brigham Young University David W. Spencer 1837–1920, Canadian department store founder David Spencer born 1939, birth name of singer Ricky Valance David Spencer diplomat, 199 ...

Stayner

Stayner may refer to: People Surname Sir Richard Stayner? -?, English naval officer who served during the First Anglo-Dutch War 1652-1654 Steven Stayner 1965-1989, American kidnapping victim Arthur Stayner 1835–1899, English-born American horticu ...

Kim Dong-shik

Kim Dong-shik was a Korean-American Protestant minister who went missing in China in January 2000. His missionary and humanitarian work in China had involved aiding North Korean defectors there, and evidence eventually emerged that the North Kore ...

Robinson 2020

Robinson 2020, also known as Robinson Fiji, is the eighteenth season of Swedish Expedition Robinson franchise. 23 contestants from all over Sweden travelled to Fiji to compete in challenges, until the two teams merged into one. Since the teams me ...

The Alien Girl

The Alien Girl Russian: чужая, Chuzhaya is a 2010 Russian action film directed by Anton Bormatov. Co-written by Vladimir Nesterenko and Sergei Sokolyuk, the film features Natalia Romanycheva in the lead role along with Evgeniy Tkachuk, Kirill Pol ...

Racket

Racket may refer to: Racket crime, a systematised element of organized crime Protection racket, a scheme whereby a group provides protection to businesses or other groups through violence outside the sanction of the law Racket, West Virginia, an ...

Connections

Connections is the plural of connection. The term may also refer to: Connections Canadian documentary, a documentary on organized crime in Canada Connections video game, a 1995 educational adventure video game Connections, a social network analys ...

YBM

YBM may refer to: YBM, former IATA code for Bronson Creek Airport, Canada YBM Seoul Records, former name of Korean company Kakao M YBM, extension of Bennet Yees face format, a file format Young Bretons Movement/Ar Vretoned Yaouank, the youth sect ...

Mafia Inc.

Mafia Inc. is a 2019 Canadian crime drama film directed by Podz. Based on the non-fiction book Mafia Inc: The Long, Bloody Reign of Canadas Sicilian Clan by journalists Andre Cedilot and Andre Noel, the film stars Marc-Andre Grondin as Vincent Ga ...

LCN

LCN can refer to: Landing craft, navigational, a world war 2 ship, a type of Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel, Large. La Coka Nostra, a hiphop music group La Cosa Nostra "this thing of ours": Italian or Italian-emigre organized crime syndicates, e ...

Gangland

Gangland 1998 film, a Filipino movie directed by Peque Gallaga and Lore Reyes Gangland, 1998 4-issue comics anthology from Vertigo at DC Comics Gangland: The Verne Miller Story, based on Verne Miller and Al Capone Gangland video game, a 2004 comp ...

100 (disambiguation)

100 2019 film, an Indian film "100" Glee, an episode of Glee "100" Criminal Minds, an episode of Criminal Minds "One Hundred" Aqua Teen Hunger Force, an episode of Aqua Teen Hunger Force 100 2008 film, a Filipino film "100" Fear the Walking Dead, ...

John Jameson

John Jameson may refer to: John Paul Jameson died 1700 John Jameson cricketer born 1941, English cricketer John Jameson, businessman and whiskey distiller, founder of Jameson Irish Whiskey John Eustace Jameson 1853–1919, Member of Parliament for ...

Skim

Stone skimming, skipping or bouncing a stone on a water surface Snowmobile skipping, also known as skimming, operating a snowmobile on water Skimboarding, also skimming, a sport which involves riding a board on wet sand or shallow water