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French... he time Gershwin had spent in Paris, it evokes the sights and energy of thecapital in the 1920s. It is one of Gershwin's best-known compositions
Mozambique... ti-colonial armed struggle. During the 1970s, in the Portuguese colonies ofand Angola for example, the Marxist movements FRELIMO and MPLA, which were ...
CanadaIn, rutabagas are used as filler in foods such as mincemeat and Christmas ca ...
Tanzania... cisco de Almeida conquered Kilwa, an island located in what is now southern
FrenchAndré Paul Guillaume Gide (; 22 November 1869 – 19 February 1951) was aauthor and winner of the Nobel Prize in literature in 1947. Gide's career ...
Mexico... is several miles north of the Rio Grande and the international border with
Kingdom of Tungning... n 1635. They called the place Tancoia. The Dutch were later expelled by thegovernment founded by Ming Dynasty loyalists of Koxinga in 1662. Zheng Jin ...
Morocco... , milk or water, and pureed avocado. Chocolate syrup is sometimes added. In, there is a similar chilled avocado and milk drink, that is sweetened wit ...
Russia... and later in Washington. Torvalds is an author and co-writer of books aboutand the Soviet Union
New Zealand... when William Soltau Davidson fitted a compression refrigeration unit to thevessel Dunedin in 1882, leading to a meat and dairy boom in Australasia an ...
Angola... ed struggle. During the 1970s, in the Portuguese colonies of Mozambique andfor example, the Marxist movements FRELIMO and MPLA, which were to eventua ...
People's Republic of China... sistance. The United States, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, France, the, the World Bank, the UN Development Programme and the European Developmen ...
Poland... thin the Irgun and Betar. Begin had served as head of the Betar movement in, and was a respected leader. , then the commander of the Irgun, raised th ...
Uganda... e Karachi, followed by Muslim Rohingya refugees from Burma, and Asians from. According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), ...
Italy... to Giovanni Dall'Orto, 25-Sept-2007.jpg|San Pietro Celestino Church, Milan,File:Roedeliusplatz 2007 11 Glaubenskirche.jpg|Saint Anthony & Saint Sheno ...
Netherlands... Hay. Bute studied at Eton College (1720–1728) and the University of Leiden,(1728–1732), where he graduated with a degree in civil and public law. On ...
NetherlandsNederlek is a municipality in the western, in the province of South Holland. The municipality had a population of 1 ...
Japan... ised elixir, they would surely be executed. Legends claim that they reachedand colonized it. It is also possible that the book burning, a purge on wh ...
Chile...  January 1921, to take part in fleet maneuvers off Panama and later off thean coast, south of Valparaíso
NetherlandsBergschenhoek is a town and former municipality in the. It is situated roughly 10 km to the north of Rotterdam in the province o ...
Saudi Arabia... im al-Andalus, drinking songs were a recognised and valued literary genre).completely bans the production, importation or consumption of alcohol and ...
Soviet Union... shington. Torvalds is an author and co-writer of books about Russia and the
Persia... on 27 April 1064 as sultan of Great Seljuq, and thus became sole monarch offrom the river Oxus to the Tigris
VietnamThe People's Republic of China, along with, North Korea, Laos, and Cuba, is one of the five remaining official Commu ...
Egypt... ed death of Joseph (XII: 13, 18) and in his response to the sons' plight in. (XII: 83, 86-87, 96) Islamic literature fleshes out the narrative of Jac ...
Albania... huania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, —all now members of the EU—,, Croatia, and the Republic of Macedonia issued another statement on Iraq, ...
Roman... us for its exquisitely detailed yet monumentally scaled temple ruins of theperiod, when Baalbek, then known as Heliopolis, was one of the largest san ...
Israel... onduras, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, the Republic of Ireland,, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, South Korea, ...
Shang Dynasty... n originated in China. Although proto-porcelain wares exist dating from the(1600–1046 BCE), by the Eastern Han Dynasty period (196–220) glazed cerami ...
Kuwait... hs of imprisonment including, or instead of, lashes (see hudud). Similarly,also bans the importation or consumption of alcohol, but does not impose c ...
Han Dynasty... n wares exist dating from the Shang Dynasty (1600–1046 BCE), by the Easternperiod (196–220) glazed ceramic wares had developed into porcelain. Porcel ...
Thailand... as is (uncooked), or cooked in soups or stir-fries. Similar condiments fromand Burma are called nam pla (น้ำปลา) and ngan bya yay (ငံပြာရည်) respecti ...
Canada... rth) of the Massif Central from which areas the cult eventually extended to
LaosThe People's Republic of China, along with Vietnam, North Korea,, and Cuba, is one of the five remaining official Communist states in the ...
Spain... f his newly created College of Cardinals in a coronation held in Seville in. During his papacy, he purported to canonize Generalissimo Francisco Fran ...
EthiopiaIn, avocados are made into juice by mixing them with sugar and milk or water ...
India... state appealed to all, or that all Muslims were happy with the situation in. In a book written on statecraft for Jahangir, the author advised him to ...
DutchWateringen is a town in theprovince of South Holland. It is a part of the municipality of Westland, a ...
BahrainIn 1867, when a largei force sacked and looted Doha and Al Wakrah. This attack, and the Qatari ...
Qin DynastyChina's first imperial dynasty was the(221–206 BCE). The Qin unified the Chinese Warring States by conquest, but ...
Japanwas aese physicist and author who was born in Tokyo. He was a professor at Toky ...
Germany... wo Germanic tribes, were a combination of a number of peoples from northernand the Jutland Peninsula
AngolaTransport incomprises
El Salvador... , she steamed with DesDiv 32 to Balboa, Canal Zone, and thence to La Unión,. Departing that port on 27 February, she proceeded north and soon resumed ...
Namibia... grid, and to connect the Angolan lines with all neighboring countries, with, Zambia, and with the Republic of the Congo. The Benguela Railway already ...
Netherlands... uction and development assistance. The United States, Belgium, Germany, the, France, the People's Republic of China, the World Bank, the UN Developme ...
Vietnam... fishy liquid. (The salt extracts the liquid via osmosis.) The variety fromis generally called nước mắm (well known by brand names including nước mắm ...
Sri Lanka... by R. Edwin in a colorful description of a large snake found in Ceylon (now), most likely a reticulated python, Python reticulatus. The account, whic ...
ItalyIn northwestthe church of Sant’Ilario at Casale Monferrato was dedicated to him as ear ...
Philippines... occasionally added to ice cream and other desserts. In Brazil, Vietnam, theand Indonesia, a dessert drink is made with sugar, milk or water, and pure ...
Canada... d in the definition of both statutory and common law offences in Australia,, England and Wales and other common law jurisdictions. It is a synonym fo ...
NetherlandsSchoonhoven (, locally ) is a city and municipality in the western, in the province of South Holland. The municipality has a population of 1 ...
Italy... to Giovanni Dall'Orto, 25-Sept-2007.jpg|San Pietro Celestino Church, Milan,File:9188 - Milano - Marco Bianchi - San Pietro Celestino (1735) - Foto Gi ...
Indonesia... ed to ice cream and other desserts. In Brazil, Vietnam, the Philippines and, a dessert drink is made with sugar, milk or water, and pureed avocado. C ...
Albania... t immigrant group came from other European nations (particularly those fromand Greece): 0.68% and East Africa: 0.42%. Immigrants from North Africa an ...
Soviet... two Syrian missile boats in an engagement off Tartus. During the battle, amerchant ship was hit by Israeli missiles and sank
South AfricaIt is native to the moister southern and eastern areas of, from coastal areas of the Western Cape east to KwaZulu-Natal and north t ...
Thailand... uly 29, 1990, Carbajal faced Muangchai Kittikasem, who came to Phoenix fromto defend his IBF light flyweight championship. Carbajal methodically took ...
Zambia... to connect the Angolan lines with all neighboring countries, with Namibia,, and with the Republic of the Congo. The Benguela Railway already connect ...
New ZealandRobeson embarked on a a two month concert tour of Australia andin October 1960, with Essie, with the primary purpose of generating money ...
NetherlandsZevenhuizen-Moerkapelle is a former municipality in the western, in the province of South Holland
Cambodia... followers of the Communist Party of Kampuchea, who were the ruling party infrom 1975 to 1979, led by Pol Pot, Nuon Chea, Ieng Sary, Son Sen, and Khie ...
France... travelling abroad, busking around Europe with his guitar. He spent time inand visited Belgium and Germany. Other trips took him to Italy and through ...
Yugoslavia... uring this period, she toured the United States and Canada, and appeared inand at the Edinburgh Festival
United Kingdom... production that affected this era was the Inland Revenue Act of 1880 in the, which required homebrewers to obtain a licence at a price of 5 shillings
Yugoslavia... table political union of the 20th century that covered most South Slavs was, but it ultimately broke apart in the 1990s along with the Soviet Union
CanadaKinzie was born in Quebec City,to John McKenzie and Anne McKenzie. His father died before Kinzie was a ye ...
Germany... und Europe with his guitar. He spent time in France and visited Belgium and. Other trips took him to Italy and through Yugoslavia ("I felt a madness ...
Burma... angladesh arrived in the Karachi, followed by Muslim Rohingya refugees from, and Asians from Uganda. According to the United Nations High Commissione ...
Syria... s of Europeans (mostly foreign-born). Citizens of Middle East (particularlyn and Lebanese) ancestry are a minority with a presence in the capital. Ar ...
France... velopment assistance. The United States, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands,, the People's Republic of China, the World Bank, the UN Development Progr ...
Iraq... last and longest serving Latin American nation in the Iraq War. Service inwas a coveted assignment for the officers and long-service non-commissione ...
GermanyBaden-Baden is a spa town in Baden-Württemberg,. It is located on the western foothills of the Black Forest, on the banks ...
Iran... ief Uri Bar-Lev believed the Grad-model Katyusha rocket was manufactured in. In March 2008, 230 buildings and 30 cars were damaged by rocket fire on ...
Republic of the Congo... an lines with all neighboring countries, with Namibia, Zambia, and with the. The Benguela Railway already connects to the Democratic Republic of the ...
Belgium... busking around Europe with his guitar. He spent time in France and visitedand Germany. Other trips took him to Italy and through Yugoslavia ("I felt ...
GermanComfort was established in 1854 byimmigrants, who were Freethinkers and abolitionists. Ernst Hermann Altgelt ...
Canada... crossing point for bootleggers illegally importing alcoholic beverages from. They typically arrived to the island via small speed boats. During the w ...
Somalia... fghanistan. The smaller groups consist of Muslim refugees from Burma, Iraq,, Bangladesh, Iran, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, etc
England... and now with AXA). The architect George Corson who worked mainly in Leeds,, was born in Dumfries and articled to Walter Newall in the town
Bahrain... ai, Bangalore and Kolkata. International flights to Middle East cities like, Muscat, Sharja, Jeddah, Riyadh, Doha and to Southeast Asian cities Singa ...
Democratic Republic of the Congo... ith the Republic of the Congo. The Benguela Railway already connects to the
Germany... rtilizer outputs of plant physiological understanding in eighteenth century. In the United States, a scientific revolution in agriculture began with ...
Aruba... of the Netherlands, consisting of the autonomous countries the Netherlands,, Curaçao and Sint Maarten
Italy... Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, the Republic of Ireland, Israel,, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, South Korea, Kuwait ...
Gold Coast... rief stops in Sierra Leone, Liberia, and the Ivory Coast, he arrived in thein December 1947
United KingdomFile:HeatonMoorRd4499.JPG|Saint Mary & Saint Mina Church, Heaton Moor,File:9180 - Milano - Marco Bianchi (sec. XVIII) - San Pietro Celestino (17 ...
Malawi... member of the United Democratic Front, is the urban governor for Blantyre,. On January 8, 2003, he was stoned by a mob which argued that the governm ...
BulgariaFrom 2009 to 2011 inare opened five hypermarkets resided in Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna, Burgas and ...
BahrainAlcohol was first permitted in, known to be the most progressive Persian Gulf state and the earliest to ...
Dutch... in English and archaic Dutch also Leyden) is a city and municipality in theprovince of South Holland. The municipality of Leiden has a population of ...
El SalvadorThe Armed Forces of, in Spanish Fuerza Armada de El Salvador is the official name of the comb ...
Slovakia... ern European "Vilnius ten" countries, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovenia,, Bulgaria, Romania, —all now members of the EU—, Albania, Croatia, and th ...
Brazil... d for milkshakes and occasionally added to ice cream and other desserts. In, Vietnam, the Philippines and Indonesia, a dessert drink is made with sug ...
Syria... rically clear. The most accepted explanation is that the name for the, thenn (now Turkish), Hellenistic city of Antioch on the Orontes (Arabic: Antāk ...
Iran... er groups consist of Muslim refugees from Burma, Iraq, Somalia, Bangladesh,, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, etc
South Africa... ping is also used in Kwaito music, a genre that originated in Johannesburg,and is composed of hip hop elements. Rapping can be delivered over a beat ...
United Kingdom... ondon, the band released the album Love in 1985, which charted at #4 in the, and which included singles such as "She Sells Sanctuary" and "Rain". In ...
Fiji... cluding by constitutional mandate a representative of the Banaban people in(Banaba Island, former Ocean Island), in addition to the attorney general, ...
Romans... ngs Raus and Rapt (or Rhaus and Raptus) moved south, and first attacked thein the lower Danube area. In about 271 the Roman Emperor Aurelian was obli ...
Afghanistan... armed forces began seeing active service again, first in Kosovo and then in, there has been a campaign to revive the Iron Cross and other military me ...
GermanTheand Austrian equivalent of an hereditary knight is a Ritter. This designat ...
NormandyGide was brought up in isolated conditions inand became a prolific writer at an early age, publishing his first novel, ...
France... ks of the Oos River, in the region of Karlsruhe. Its sister city is Menton,
England... born at Livingstone Hospital into a middle class family in Dartford, Kent,. His father, Basil Fanshawe ("Joe") Jagger (13 April 1913 – 11 November 2 ...
Portuguese... open their 2008 album Carried to Dust with the song "Victor Jara's Hands".folk band Brigada Víctor Jara is named after him
MaldivesIn 2009 President Tong attending the Climate Vulnerable Forum (V11) in the, along with 10 other countries that are vulnerable to climate-change, and ...
Uzbekistan... of Muslim refugees from Burma, Iraq, Somalia, Bangladesh, Iran, Tajikistan,, etc
Italy... s between 2002 and 2007, the population of Bari grew by 2.69 percent, whileas a whole grew by 3.56 percent. The current birth rate of Bari is 8.67 bi ...
Iceland... Atlantic islands as far west as the Azores and Madeira. It is not found in. In the south east, it reaches the Caucasus range. British Robins are lar ...
Vietnam... lkshakes and occasionally added to ice cream and other desserts. In Brazil,, the Philippines and Indonesia, a dessert drink is made with sugar, milk ...
NetherlandsAlkmaar is a municipality and a city in the, in the province of Noord Holland. Alkmaar is well known for its traditio ...
French... ue to exhibit the collections of the Dutch stadtholders. It was inspired byexample. By then it was known as the National Art Gallery (Dutch: National ...
Soviet Union... s was Yugoslavia, but it ultimately broke apart in the 1990s along with the
Cyprus... ish High Commissioner of Palestine, Sir Harold MacMichael and deport him to. However, the Haganah leaked the planned operation and it was thwarted be ...
Pakistan... age is increasing, especially amongst the growing urbanized middle class of. Around 44% speak Punjabi, 15.5% speak Pashto, 15.5% speak Sindhi, 10.5% ...
Mexico... xas Revolution, establishing the independence of the Republic of Texas from. The San Jacinto Monument, in the unincorporated area of La Porte, commem ...
EnglandCotman was born in Norwich,, the eldest son of a prosperous silk merchant and lace dealer, and was ed ...
Austrian Empire... Brna) about 10 km (6 mi) south-east of Brno in Moravia, at that time in the(present day Czech Republic). The battle is often regarded as a tactical m ...
ChileVíctor Lidio Jara Martínez (September 28, 1932 – September 16, 1973 ) was aan teacher, theatre director, poet, singer-songwriter, political activist ...
GreeceIn 2010, Carrefour and Marinopoulos Group, the largest group of retail in, established a franchise company MSC Bulgaria to develop hypermarkets and ...
DanishIn the Old English poem Beowulf, Heremod is aking who was driven into exile and in Old English genealogies Heremod appe ...
IndiaIn the Philippines, Brazil, Indonesia, Vietnam, and southern(especially the coastal Kerala and Karnataka region), avocados are frequen ...
Panama... was a long-time opponent of transferring possession of the Panama Canal to, calling its construction an "historic American achievement", and warned ...
Qatar... for local beliefs, banned its troops in Saudi Arabia from drinking alcohol.bans the importation of alcohol and it is a punishable offense to drink al ...
Bulgaria... an "Vilnius ten" countries, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovenia, Slovakia,, Romania, —all now members of the EU—, Albania, Croatia, and the Republic ...
Slovenia... ere took place before World War II in the Union Hostel in Ljubljana (now in) with great success
Confederate States of America... s a primary infantry weapon occurred during the American Civil War when theplanned to recruit twenty regiments of pikemen in 1862. In April 1862 it w ...
ArmeniaYerevan (, ) is the capital and largest city ofand one of the world's oldest continuously-inhabited cities. Situated alon ...
Iceland... "six days' sail north of Britain, and [...] near the frozen sea", possibly, was also never invaded by the Romans
BritainDuring World War I, Poirot left Belgium foras a refugee. It was here, on 16 July 1916, that he again met his lifelong ...
Czech Republic... h-east of Brno in Moravia, at that time in the Austrian Empire (present day). The battle is often regarded as a tactical masterpiece
Iraq... e Polish II Corps, commanded by Władysław Anders, arrived in Palestine from. The British insisted that no Jewish units of the army be created. Eventu ...
EthiopiaInjerky is called qwant'a. In addition to salt, it is seasoned with black pe ...
Kiribati... CCC), the purpose of which is to support the initiative of the President ofto hold a consultative forum between vulnerable states and their partners ...
Qin DynastyAccording to the Records of the Grand Historian, after the collapse of thethe hegemon Xiang Yu appointed Liu Bang as prince of the small fief of Han ...
Panama... port is an international airport located 24 km (15 miles) from Panama City,. In 2006, it underwent a major expansion and renovation program in order ...
Germany... oviev deserved some of the blame for the failure of the Communist revolt inin the fall of 1923, but he managed to shift it to Karl Radek, the Cominte ...
Prussia... eir, Charles II, Duke of Zweibrücken (Deux-Ponts), supported by the king of, led to the War of Bavarian Succession. By the peace of Teschen (13 May 1 ...
Israel20 June 1926 - 17 October 2001) was ani general, politician, and historian who founded the right-wing nationalis ...
Indonesia... the edge of the continental shelf north-west of Australia and south of then island of Rote
Netherlands... the Kingdom of the Netherlands, consisting of the autonomous countries the, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten
BelgianOriginally called Rijndael, the cipher was developed by twocryptographers, Joan Daemen and Vincent Rijmen, and submitted by them to t ...
Dutch... s multi-layered The Stunt Man (1980). SIFF was instrumental in the entry offilms into the United States market, including the first major American su ...
Puerto Rican... ales, for his ability to conquer both scoring and team championships in theBSN league, is one of Puerto Rico's most famous basketball players
Roman Republic... ment of the Roman state, from about 500 BC through the expansion during theand the Roman Empire. Roman roads enabled the Romans to move armies and tr ...
Republic of China... of Communist activity, especially after a bloody crackdown in Shanghai, thein 1927 drove many Communists into hiding. The Communists and the Li nativ ...
New ZealandThe Russell Museum, in the Bay of Islands,has a sea-going one-fifth scale replica of the Endeavour. It was built in ...
Mexican... e general in charge of the occupation and defense of the recently purchasedprovinces of Sonora and Chihuahua in 1881, before being mortally wounded b ...
Burma... ivil war in Afghanistan. The smaller groups consist of Muslim refugees from, Iraq, Somalia, Bangladesh, Iran, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, etc
Singapore... Bahrain, Muscat, Sharja, Jeddah, Riyadh, Doha and to Southeast Asian citiesand Kuala Lumpur are available here. It has a dedicated Heli-taxi service ...
United Arab EmiratesTherestricts the purchase of alcohol from a liquor store to non-Muslim foreig ...
Russia... e to southern Europe during winter, a few as far as Spain. Scandinavian andn Robins migrate to Britain and western Europe to escape the harsher winte ...
Roman Empire... , from about 500 BC through the expansion during the Roman Republic and the. Roman roads enabled the Romans to move armies and trade goods and to com ...
Romania... s ten" countries, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Bulgaria,, —all now members of the EU—, Albania, Croatia, and the Republic of Maced ...
Soviet Union... oviets arrived they in general took all German prisoners back to a Gulag inwhere life expectancy was about five years. Fortunately, one of the Hungar ...
Russian EmpireHe was born in Izhevskoye (now in Spassky District, Ryazan Oblast), in the, to a middle-class family. His father, Edward Tsiolkovsky (in ), was Poli ...
Germany... m Schnelten, a small peasantry near the village of Lastrup in Lower Saxony,
Republic of China... es, making Chen Chu the first female mayor of a special municipality in the.In 2007, the ROC applies for membership in the United Nations under the n ...
Afghanistan... d biggest group of foreign born population consists of Muslim refugees fromthat have settled in Pakistan due to civil war in Afghanistan. The smaller ...
Panama... arted from San Diego on 7 January 1921, to take part in fleet maneuvers offand later off the Chilean coast, south of Valparaíso
KazakhstanFormer Soviet states such as, have very large minority Slavic populations with most being Russians. Al ...
Colombia... of Antioquia are known as antioqueños. Of the five main regional groups in, the predominant group in Antioquia are known as paisa, referring to thos ...
DutchThe Rijksmuseum is anational museum in Amsterdam, located on the Museumplein. The museum is de ...
Soviet... tin Eduardovich Tsiolkovsky (19 September 1935) was an Imperial Russian androcket scientist and pioneer of the astronautic theory. Along with his fol ...
Gold CoastKwame Nkrumah was born in 1909 to Madam Nyaniba in Nkroful,. Nkrumah graduated from the Achimota School in Accra in 1930, studied at ...
Japan... anada, through Canada to Europe, or the Panama Canal to Europe also through, Hong Kong, Singapore, Port Said and Triest
GermanyBacknang is a town inin the Bundesland of Baden-Württemberg, roughly 30 kilometers northeast of ...
Northern Ireland... F). The gang conducted paramilitary activities during the 1970s in Belfast,. It was most notorious for its late-night kidnapping, torture and murder ...
IndonesiaIn the Philippines, Brazil,, Vietnam, and southern India (especially the coastal Kerala and Karnataka ...
Greenland... expansion out of Scandinavia into Europe and the British Isles, as well asand Iceland
Spain... f of the First Army. In the cartography unit at Bordeaux, Zapf drew maps of, especially the railway system, which could have been used to transport a ...
Japan... gy, media, and science. Many countries such as Korea (Kim Yeong-seo, 2009),(Kubota, 1998) and China (Kirkpatrick & Zhichang, 2002) frame education po ...
Iceland... , wine and stronger beers in Norway (Vinmonopolet), Sweden (Systembolaget),(Vínbúðin) and Finland (Alko). Bars and restaurants may, however, import a ...
Kenya... unteer for the African Medical Research and Education Foundation (AMREF) in, and in 1991 he spent a month flying for the Kenya Wildlife Service. To m ...
Scotland... geration was demonstrated by William Cullen at the University of Glasgow inin 1756. Cullen used a pump to create a partial vacuum over a container of ...
SpainBadalona is a city in eastern Catalonia,. It is located in the comarca of the Barcelonès, joined to Barcelona and ...
Republic of China... he Ch'iung-yai or Qiongya Circuit (瓊崖道) under the 1912 establishment of the. In 1921, it was planned to become a Special Administrative Region (瓊崖特別行 ...
United Kingdom... convenience stores and online retailers. In Australia, New Zealand and the, jerky products are available and becoming more common. They are carried ...
ItalyA similar product is quite popular in Rome,, and its hinterland: it is called coppiette and was originally made with ...
United Kingdom... ht and, in February 1979, received the longest combined prison sentences inlegal history. However, gang leader Lenny Murphy and his two chief "lieute ...
Hong Kong... through Canada to Europe, or the Panama Canal to Europe also through Japan,, Singapore, Port Said and Triest
VietnamIn the Philippines, Brazil, Indonesia,, and southern India (especially the coastal Kerala and Karnataka region), ...
Egypt... g this century, exercising formidable power over neighbors like Babylon and. In the last two decades of the century, however, the empire began to unr ...
Saudi Arabia... 5,000 troops as part of a US-led coalition, specifically for the defense of
Ghana... oped nations. Kwame Nkrumah, who in 1957 became leader of newly independent, was one of the most notable figures to use the term. A classical definit ...
Finland... rs in Norway (Vinmonopolet), Sweden (Systembolaget), Iceland (Vínbúðin) and(Alko). Bars and restaurants may, however, import alcoholic beverages dire ...
Bahrain... milies and tribes. Most of these tribes settled in Muharraq, the capital ofand the center of power at that time
Canadian... ecies, A. sarcophagus, was apparently restricted in range to the modern-dayprovince of Alberta, after which the genus is named. Scientists disagree o ...
BrazilIn July 2010, after the visit ofian president, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, the sale of a Barroso-class corv ...
Soviet... er floors of the Syrian GHQ and the Air Force Command were badly damaged. Acultural center, a television station, and other nearby structures were al ...
India... techu, paraffin, lime and sweet or savory flavorings. It is manufactured inand exported to a few other countries. A mild stimulant, it is sold across ...
Anguilla... ricanes in 1995, a group of fifteen Green Iguanas was found to be living on; an island where that species have never been recorded previously. Biolog ...
Armenia... rossed the Euphrates and entered and invaded the city. He then marched intoand Georgia, which he conquered in 1064
India... uatemala, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland,, Indonesia, Iran, the Republic of Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, ...
Guadeloupe... come caught on the trees and rafted two hundred miles across the ocean from, where Green iguanas are an indigenous species. By examining the weather ...
Iraq... ed out in the service of Britain was aimed at sabotaging pro-Nazi forces in, including the assassination of Haj Amin al-Husayni. Among others, Raziel ...
Finnish... nd of the detective she is most famous for creating – in Ariadne's case thesleuth Sven Hjerson. We never learn anything about her husband, but we do ...
England... is a village and civil parish in the unitary authority of the City of York,. It is located on the River Ouse, almost 5 miles south of York. Nearby ar ...
Frankish Kingdom... no. During the 6th century Bavaria and Alamannia became stem duchies of the. On conquering the Lombard Kingdom of Italy in 774, Charlemagne had himse ...
ModenaGiovanni was born at Mirandola, near, the youngest son of Francesco I, Lord of Mirandola and Count of Concordi ...
RomansThebecame adept at constructing roads, which they called viae. They were inte ...
Sicilie... found also moyst swimming upon wells in the country of the Agrigentines of, which they use for lamps instead of oyle, and which they call falsely Si ...
Japan... which, for Western audiences, was transformed into Super Mario Bros. 2. In, the character is known to his Japanese name as Mamu (マム, Mamū)
Singapore... ada to Europe, or the Panama Canal to Europe also through Japan, Hong Kong,, Port Said and Triest
Bahrain... ho ruled Bahrain and Bushehr in Persia, the Bani Utbah Al-Khalifa liberatedfrom the Persians in 1783
England... at first restricted to a few powers in Europe, in May 1702 it widened whendeclared war on Spain and France. The hostilities in North America were fu ...
Burma... ransportation and a Rs 1,000 fine. As a result, Tilak was sent to Mandalay,from 1908 to 1914. While imprisoned, he continued to read and write, furth ...
Sweden... lace for selling spirits, wine and stronger beers in Norway (Vinmonopolet),(Systembolaget), Iceland (Vínbúðin) and Finland (Alko). Bars and restauran ...
Samoa... a goodwill cruise to Australia and New Zealand. After calling at Pago Pago,, on 10 July and 11 July, she arrived in Melbourne on 23 July. In company ...
Mexican... rales, aided with the help of his brother in law the half Puerto Rican-halfFederico Fico Lopez, took the Mets to a total of 8 BSN finals, winning 3 c ...
Fiji... els continue to rise, the government of Kiribati is negotiating a deal withto evacuate the entire population to areas of Fiji that the Kiribati gover ...
Puerto RicoIn February 2012, the government ofproposed that the islands' iguanas, which were said to have a population o ...
BrazilIn the Philippines,, Indonesia, Vietnam, and southern India (especially the coastal Kerala an ...
Germany... 7-Glaubenskirche-gesamt1.JPG|Saint Anthony & Saint Shenouda Church, Berlin,File:Roedeliusplatz 07-05-17-Glaubenskirche-gesamt4.JPG|Saint Anthony & Sa ...
LuxembourgAt the same time, Pei designed a new museum for, the Musée d'art moderne Grand-Duc Jean, commonly known as the Mudam. Dra ...
Romania... ved by some that Jacques Chirac's criticism could be presumed to imply thatand Bulgaria, which were not yet official EU members, should not be allowe ...
SwedenThe flag ofis a Scandinavian cross that extends to the edges of the flag. This Scandi ...
Sweden... nicipality (Kalmar kommun) is a municipality in Kalmar County, southeastern. The city of Kalmar is the municipal seat
Papua New Guinea... ts upon survival, rather than being an aid. For some communities such as inand South America (except Chile, Colombia, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and ...
New Zealand... ity in supermarkets, convenience stores and online retailers. In Australia,and the United Kingdom, jerky products are available and becoming more com ...
Qatar... beration of Bahrain in 1783, different Arab families and tribes mostly frommoved to Bahrain to settle there since the Persians have been expelled fro ...
Canada... tion. Flaherty began his career as a prospector in the Hudson Bay region of, working for a railroad company
Italy... his collaborators for doing so at an international conference in Trieste (), in May 1965
Indonesia... a, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, India,, Iran, the Republic of Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Ka ...
Czechoslovakia... , after World War I ended, the Slavs established such independent states as, the Second Polish Republic, and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovene ...
Republic of China... irty-eight districts. The city is one of five special municipalities of the(Taiwan). On December 25, 2010, it merged with Kaohsiung County to form a ...
Finnish... sis Kivi , born Alexis Stenvall, (10 October 1834 – 31 December 1872) was aauthor who wrote the first significant novel in the Finnish language, Seve ...
PhilippinesIn the, Brazil, Indonesia, Vietnam, and southern India (especially the coastal K ...
Second Spanish Republic... Mexico and the United States, where it was received as an ambassador of the. That tour secured the club financially, but also resulted in half the te ...
Roman Empire... ged its form several times between the founding of Rome and the fall of the. This article generally discusses the early Roman or pre-Julian calendars ...
Ukraine... t to obtain access to the Black Sea and to incorporate present-day southern, where the Russians founded the new cities of Odessa, Nikolayev, Yekateri ...
India... at the primary and secondary school levels. However, some countries such as, Singapore, Malaysia, Pakistan, and the Philippines use a second official ...
Czech RepublicBystré and Polička in the(since 1997
Kingdom of Naples... ormer, ratified in 1713, recognised Philippe as King of Spain, however, the, the Duchy of Milan, the Austrian Netherlands and the Kingdom of Sardinia ...
Japan... e of , a Japanese tanka poet and novelist active during the Meiji period of
Yugoslavia... and visited Belgium and Germany. Other trips took him to Italy and through("I felt a madness there, even then") to Greece
Equatorial GuineaThe military of(in Spanish: Fuerzas Armadas de Guinea Ecuatorial) was reorganized in 1979 ...
Italy... received large numbers of immigrants from: Europe, especially from Germany,and Russia; Middle East, mainly Lebanon or Syria; and even China, who brou ...
Second Polish Republic... ended, the Slavs established such independent states as Czechoslovakia, the, and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes
Germany... the area received large numbers of immigrants from: Europe, especially from, Italy and Russia; Middle East, mainly Lebanon or Syria; and even China, ...
Saudi Arabia... far afield of the Kingdom of Ma'in, as far away as al-'Ula in northwesternand even on the island of Delos and in Egypt. It was the first of the Sout ...
Croatia... lovenia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, —all now members of the EU—, Albania,, and the Republic of Macedonia issued another statement on Iraq, in gener ...
Czechoslovakia... y continuing onwards towards Vladivostok, from where they emigrated back tothrough Vancouver in Canada, through Canada to Europe, or the Panama Canal ...
FijiThe Green Iguana is present on some of the islands of, where it is known as the American iguana. They pose a threat to the nati ...
Italy... ent time in France and visited Belgium and Germany. Other trips took him toand through Yugoslavia ("I felt a madness there, even then") to Greece
Macau... meat used to make the product. Some are sold in strands instead of slices.has opened numerous specialty shops also, many of which are franchise exte ...
Latvia... paternal-grandfather Gustav Leibson, a merchant from Mitau (now Jelgava in) changed his name from Leibson to Lawson after becoming a British Citizen ...
Finland... Europe into the 20th century, and remains popular today in Sweden, Russia,and Norway
France... cademic degree in 1993. His final dissertation was on the Dutch response to's decision under President Charles de Gaulle to leave NATO's integrated c ...
Belgium... n to shift to reconstruction and development assistance. The United States,, Germany, the Netherlands, France, the People's Republic of China, the Wo ...
Syria... e in Romania, Bulgaria, Morocco and Tunisia. An Irgun unit also operated inand . David Raziel later died during one of these operations
EnglishFrancis Edward Bache (September 14, 1833 – August 24, 1858) was anorganist and composer
Central African Republic... setulosus and Praomys) and one shrew (Sylvisorex ollula) collected from the. Traces of EBOV were detected in the carcasses of gorillas and chimpanzee ...
Canada... om sliced, whole muscle meat, is readily available in the United States andin varying meats, brands and qualities, both as packaged and unpackaged. T ...
Russia... arge numbers of immigrants from: Europe, especially from Germany, Italy and; Middle East, mainly Lebanon or Syria; and even China, who brought new fo ...
Georgia... Italy, Bahrain, Lebanon, Spain, Syria, Turkey, Poland, India, Switzerland,etc
Chile... For some communities such as in Papua New Guinea and South America (except, Colombia, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and Bolivia), spiders are included ...
Norway... the 20th century, and remains popular today in Sweden, Russia, Finland and
BangladeshAfter Pakistan-India war in 1971, thousands of Biharis and Bengalis fromarrived in the Karachi, followed by Muslim Rohingya refugees from Burma, a ...
Yemen... he two are heading a caravan from Salalah, Oman, they cross the border intoand find the unexplored desert area that the Necronomicon calls "Roba el E ...
Iran... Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia,, the Republic of Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhst ...
OmanWhile the two are heading a caravan from Salalah,, they cross the border into Yemen and find the unexplored desert area tha ...
Bolivia... than 10 people. On the other hand, the largest foreign communities are then and the Colombian, with 4,879 and 3,730 respectively. They are followed ...
Republic of Macedonia... , Bulgaria, Romania, —all now members of the EU—, Albania, Croatia, and theissued another statement on Iraq, in general support of the US's position ...
Libya... rte District (or Sirt or Surt District; Surt, ), is one of the districts of. It lies in the north of the country and borders the Gulf of Sidra. Its c ...
England... d civil parish in the unitary authority of City of York in North Yorkshire,, on the River Foss, north of York and south of Strensall. Prior to 1996 i ...
Germany... t to reconstruction and development assistance. The United States, Belgium,, the Netherlands, France, the People's Republic of China, the World Bank, ...
Denmark... Wadden Sea, and also the westernmost of this archipelago, which extends to. The next island in the archipelago, to the north of Texel, is Vlieland
Samoa... Paramount to produce another film on the order of Nanook, Flaherty went toto film Moana (1926). Flaherty shot Moana in Safune on the island of Savai ...
French Equatorial AfricaFrom July 1926 to May 1927, he travelled through thecolony with his lover Marc Allégret. He went successively to Middle Congo ...
Japan... onchurch Movement (Mukyōkai) of Christianity in the Meiji and Taishō period
Prussia... popularity of the city as a spa dates from the early 19th century, when then queen visited the site to improve her health. During the 19th century, t ...
Gabon... pecies. In a 2002–2003 survey of 1,030 animals which included 679 bats fromand the Republic of the Congo, 13 fruit bats were found to contain EBOV RN ...
Roman EmpireIn the, the city was known as Portus Victoriae Iuliobrigensium. Its present name ...
Greece... im to Italy and through Yugoslavia ("I felt a madness there, even then") to
West Francia... y came to an agreement at Meerssen. The western half of Lotharingia went toand the eastern half to East Francia. In 876 Charles invaded eastern Lotha ...
U.K.... ingent was one of the largest in the coalition forces, along with the U.S.,and Saudi Arabia
Colombia... me communities such as in Papua New Guinea and South America (except Chile,, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and Bolivia), spiders are included in traditi ...
French... was also used in early photographic technology. It was most notably used byscientist Joseph Nicéphore Niépce in the first picture ever taken. The bit ...
Japan... Sahara (佐原 健二 Sahara Kenji, born Tadashi Ishihara) (born 14 May 1932) is aese actor. He was born in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa. His real name is Masayo ...
Honduras... Ocean to the south and southwest, with Guatemala to the north-northwest andto the north-northeast. In the southeast, the Golfo de Fonseca separates i ...
Egypt... al-'Ula in northwestern Saudi Arabia and even on the island of Delos and in. It was the first of the South Arabian kingdoms to end, and the Minaic la ...
Republic of Ireland... sau, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, the, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Sout ...
Republic of the Congo... 002–2003 survey of 1,030 animals which included 679 bats from Gabon and the, 13 fruit bats were found to contain EBOV RNA fragments. As of 2005, thre ...
CubaThe People's Republic of China, along with Vietnam, North Korea, Laos, and, is one of the five remaining official Communist states in the world. but ...
Brazil... th America and become immersed in free jazz, most notably Ivo Perelman fromand Gato Barbieri of Argentina (this influence is more evident in Barbieri ...
Guatemala... he country borders the North Pacific Ocean to the south and southwest, withto the north-northwest and Honduras to the north-northeast. In the southea ...
Monaco... o be small in 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, and 1939, although 1937 was marked by's acceptance of the Court protocol. The Court's judicial output in 1940 c ...
East Francia... he western half of Lotharingia went to West Francia and the eastern half to. In 876 Charles invaded eastern Lotharingia but was defeated near Anderna ...
Puerto Rico... shot at a world title by the WBO title holder Josue Camacho, who came fromto the challenger's hometown to defend his title. Carbajal put on a brilli ...
Philippine... ld War II, was restored. It also became a fishing port for boats sailing toand Indonesian waters. Largely because of its climate, Kaohsiung has overt ...
British... he Gold Coast, from 1952 to 1966. Overseeing the nation's independence fromcolonial rule in 1957, Nkrumah was the first President of Ghana and the fi ...
India... ma having visited Mombasa in 1498. Gama's voyage was successful in reachingand this permitted the Portuguese to trade with the Far East directly by s ...
French... earlier example of such a sentence, and probably many more. The pioneeringsyntactician Lucien Tesnière came up with the French sentence "Le silence ...
Lebanon... rom: Europe, especially from Germany, Italy and Russia; Middle East, mainlyor Syria; and even China, who brought new forms of agriculture, mining, li ...
Germany... z 2007 11 Glaubenskirche.jpg|Saint Anthony & Saint Shenouda Church, Berlin,File:Roedeliusplatz 07-05-17-Glaubenskirche-gesamt1.JPG|Saint Anthony & Sa ...
Soviet UnionAfter the war, the armed forces of France, theand the United States experimented with the V-1
NorwayIn the spring of 1966, McTell met another émigré to Paris, a student fromnamed Nanna Stein. The pair soon became inseparable. Back in England, they ...
El Salvador... theast. In the southeast, the Golfo de Fonseca separates it from Nicaragua.is the smallest Central American country in area and is the only one witho ...
New Zealand... d Pearl Harbor with the Fleet, bound for a goodwill cruise to Australia and. After calling at Pago Pago, Samoa, on 10 July and 11 July, she arrived i ...
Spain... community and historical region of Cantabria situated on the north coast of. Located east of Gijón and west of Bilbao, the city has a population of 1 ...
Canada... stok, from where they emigrated back to Czechoslovakia through Vancouver in, through Canada to Europe, or the Panama Canal to Europe also through Jap ...
France... scripted and sent to Pirmasens to help reinforce the Siegfried Line against. Not used to the hard labor, he developed heart trouble in a few weeks an ...
Puerto Rico... De La Salle in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. Four years later he became a member of's national basketball team. Morales didn't go to the Montreal Olympics be ...
Fiji... c office or consulate in Kiribati, staff from the American embassy in Suva,make frequent visits to Kiribati. The U.S. provides economic development a ...
Brazil... ties such as in Papua New Guinea and South America (except Chile, Colombia,, Uruguay, Argentina and Bolivia), spiders are included in traditional foo ...
AzerbaijanThe word 'Bayat' in thei and Turkish language means 'old'. The original meaning of this word may ...
Russian EmpireIn the, a limited version of a Dry Law was introduced in 1914. It continued thro ...
CanadaGatineau is a city in western Quebec,. It is the fourth largest city in the province. It is located on the nort ...
Normandy... hed in four volumes between 1811 and 1819. He also made several journeys toin France, between 1817-20, and the engravings produced were also publishe ...
Nicaragua... e north-northeast. In the southeast, the Golfo de Fonseca separates it from. El Salvador is the smallest Central American country in area and is the ...
India... British power in the Persian Gulf as a result of their growing interests in. Britain's desire for secure passage for East India Company ships led it ...
Republic of the Congo... with his lover Marc Allégret. He went successively to Middle Congo (now the), Oubangui-Chari (now the Central African Republic), briefly to Chad and ...
Prussia... rt and millions of rubles to setting up a "Northern Accord" between Russia,, Poland, and Sweden, to counter the power of the Bourbon–Habsburg League. ...
GermanyIt was popular knowledge inthat Walter appeared to play better the worse the weather was, and so now ...
Greenland... by its title, and seems by some internal evidence, to have been composed in. If so, it can be no earlier than about 985 since there were no Scandinav ...
Yuan Dynasty... rge numbers of Han Chinese arrived, settling mostly in the north. Under the(1206–1368) the island became an independent province then in 1370 was pla ...
Gold Coast... 7 April 1972), P.C., was the leader of Ghana and its predecessor state, the, from 1952 to 1966. Overseeing the nation's independence from British col ...
Morocco... mostly in the Middle East and North Africa. Berber languages are spoken in, Algeria, Libya and across the rest of North Africa and the Sahara Desert ...
Russian Empire... me nations that had Slavic origins. Pan-Slavism became compromised when thestarted to use it as an ideology justifying its territorial conquests in C ...
UK... ies from which the vocal had been omitted. Otway's and Barrett's only otherchart success came in July 1980 with "DK 50-80", a modest #45 hit
ItalyWalter's wife of five decades was Italia Walter, a woman from
Czechoslovakia... these settled in Bucks as it is close to London. President Edvard Beneš oflived at Aston Abbotts with his family while some of his officials were st ...
France... collapsed in 1510 when the Pope allied with Venice against his former ally. The conflict is also referred to as the War of the League of Cambrai and ...
Papua New Guinea... ge of Northern England, Eastern Australia, New Zealand, Southern France and. The European Super League and Australasian National Rugby League are the ...
KhivaBy the 1890s, the Central Asian khanates of, Bukhara and Kokand had fallen, becoming Russian vassals. With Central As ...
Haiti... Germany, Ghana, Greece, Grenada, Guatemala, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana,, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, the Republic of Irel ...
FranceImage:Bullypyrite.jpg|As a replacement mineral in an ammonite from
Ethiopia... r widely spoken Afroasiatic languages are Amharic, the national language of, with 18 million native speakers; Somali, spoken by around 19 million peo ...
USSRFive episodes of thescience fiction TV series This Fantastic World adapted Ray Bradbury's stor ...
Roman EmpireIn this century, thesaw a crisis, marking the beginning of Late Antiquity. In Persia, the Part ...
Lithuania... absorb New Russia, Crimea, Northern Caucasus, Right-Bank Ukraine, Belarus,, and Courland at the expense, mainly, of two powers – the Ottoman Empire ...
Finland... d kindness. He then crossed the Atlantic, where he visited Denmark, Sweden,, Russia, Ottoman Empire, Greece, the Holy Land, Egypt, Italy, Austria, Ge ...
LebanonMany other Arab countries such asor mainly Muslim countries such as Egypt, Syria, Jordan and Turkey do not ...
Ethiopia... Semitic complex arose in the Tihama region of Yemen and spread to northernand Eritrea (specifically the Tigray Region, central Eritrea, and coastal ...
SwitzerlandZinoviev spent the first three years of World War I in. After the Russian monarchy was overthrown during the February Revolution ...
Japan... se Emperor Xuanzong brings the Tang Dynasty to its pinnacle. Nara period in
New Zealand... ries including Britain, the United States, Canada, Argentina, Australia and. The size of the diaspora is demonstrated by the number of people around ...
Ethiopia... of Atlas); see also: Atlas Mountains. The term Ethiopic Ocean, derived from, was applied to the southern Atlantic ocean as late as the mid-19th centu ...
BelgiumIn, the national radio station Studio Brussel has a weekly show called Jungl ...
LuxembourgIn, Kleeschen is accompanied by the Houseker a frightening helper wearing a ...
China... e center was the city of Chita. It had extensive international borders with(998 km) and Mongolia (868 km) and internal borders with Irkutsk and Amur ...
Scottish... (25 May 1713 – 10 March 1792), styled Lord Mount Stuart before 1723, was anobleman who served as Prime Minister of Great Britain (1762–1763) under G ...
PolandThe Gorals of southernand northern Slovakia are partially descended from Romance-speaking Vlachs ...
NetherlandsHeemskerk is a municipality and a town in the, in the province of North Holland
Laos... munist Party (ICP), ostensibly to include revolutionaries from Cambodia and
Parthian Empire... mpire saw a crisis, marking the beginning of Late Antiquity. In Persia, thewas succeeded by the Sassanid Empire
North Korea... at Shenyang, China, with a portion of the service continuing to Pyongyang,
Japan... ated areas that were to become a major source of raw materials and food for, and Kaohsiung was chosen. It became the southern terminus of the main no ...
Poland... wenckfeld was born in Ossig near Liegnitz, Silesia now Osiek, near Legnica,, to noble parents in 1489. From 1505 to 1507 he was a student in Cologne, ...
Iran... gerous or repressive by Western nations, such as Zimbabwe, North Korea, and. Conflicts with foreign countries have occurred at times in China's recen ...
Greece... horse ownership with social status extends back at least as far as ancient, where many aristocratic names incorporated the Greek word for horse, lik ...
Sweden... icity and kindness. He then crossed the Atlantic, where he visited Denmark,, Finland, Russia, Ottoman Empire, Greece, the Holy Land, Egypt, Italy, Au ...
United Kingdom... rson and on Film, and its success allowed her to take the production to the
Russian EmpireDuring her reign Catherine extended the borders of thesouthward and westward to absorb New Russia, Crimea, Northern Caucasus, Ri ...
United Kingdom... lla before moving to the unrecognized state of Sealand off the coast of theand establishing HavenCo. In December 2002, he left HavenCo following a di ...
Algeria... n the Middle East and North Africa. Berber languages are spoken in Morocco,, Libya and across the rest of North Africa and the Sahara Desert by about ...
United Kingdom... m and Reconstructionist Judaism in North America and Liberal Judaism in theview homosexuality to be acceptable on the same basis as heterosexuality. ...
EnglandThe RHS has four flagship gardens in: Wisley Garden, near the village of Wisley in Surrey; Rosemoor in Devon; ...
Uruguay... h as in Papua New Guinea and South America (except Chile, Colombia, Brazil,, Argentina and Bolivia), spiders are included in traditional foods. This ...
IraqMeanwhile, in discussions over proposed U.S. action against, McCain was a strong supporter of the Bush administration's position. He ...
Syria... e Thutmose III, he failed to capture Harran, and retreated back to northern. At this point, Ashur-uballit vanished from history, and the Assyrian Emp ...
RomaniaIn Hungary and, children typically leave their boots on the windowsill on the evening of ...
PhilippinesIn the, 103.5 Max FM has The Bass Hour every Saturday at midnight that caters to ...
ItalyImage:Pyrite-elba_hg.jpg|Crystal cluster from Elba,Image:Bullypyrite.jpg|As a replacement mineral in an ammonite from Franc
Zhou Dynasty... saw a significant growth of the money economy first established during the(c. 1050–256 BCE). The coinage issued by the central government mint in 11 ...
New Zealand... t place in the culture and heritage of Northern England, Eastern Australia,, Southern France and Papua New Guinea. The European Super League and Aust ...
Russia... the world's first twin city when it formed a twinning relationship with then city of Stalingrad (now Volgograd) during World War II. The relationship ...
Austria... e Jungfrau Maria von Zeituon Kirche.JPG|Our Lady of Zeitoun Church, Vienna,File:Heilige Jungfrau Maria von Zeituon Kirche2.JPG|Our Lady of Zeitoun Ch ...
BelgianHooglede is a municipality located in theprovince of West Flanders. The municipality comprises the towns of Gits an ...
United KingdomIn thethere is some ambiguity between the terms highway and road. The Highway co ...
Central African Republic... ly to Middle Congo (now the Republic of the Congo), Oubangui-Chari (now the), briefly to Chad and then to Cameroun before returning to France. He rel ...
Honduras... s and Salvadorans, namely issues concerning immigration from El Salvador to. These existing tensions between the two countries coincided with the inf ...
Zimbabwe... es that are regarded as dangerous or repressive by Western nations, such as, North Korea, and Iran. Conflicts with foreign countries have occurred at ...
United KingdomIn the, the avocado became widely available in the 1960s when it was introduced ...
Libya... dle East and North Africa. Berber languages are spoken in Morocco, Algeria,and across the rest of North Africa and the Sahara Desert by about 25 to 3 ...
FranceIn, the American University of Paris has a two-hour Drum and Bass program ca ...
NetherlandsIn thethe first Balkenende cabinet supported the USA. After that government fell ...
SenegalGroundnuts are the third largest export fromafter fish and phosphates. The amount of groundnut crop which the Mourides ...
France... rought to the rest of the world in 1951 by Minoru Mochizuki with a visit towhere he introduced aikido techniques to judo students. He was followed by ...
Guatemala... 45 km of borders, including 342 km of borders with Honduras and 203 km with. El Salvador has a coastline of 307 km
Honduras... y, Ghana, Greece, Grenada, Guatemala, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Haiti,, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, the Republic of Ireland, Israe ...
BritishThe Dragon School is acoeducational, preparatory school in the city of Oxford, founded in 1877 a ...
Soviet Union... writer sympathizing with the cause of communism, he was invited to tour theas a guest of the Soviet Union of Writers. The tour disillusioned him and ...
French... or gadolinium. However, the discovery of europium is generally credited tochemist Eugène-Anatole Demarçay, who suspected samples of the recently dis ...
Belgium... size of Hainan Island (, 97% of the province) is comparable to the size of. The PRC, however, regard it as the second largest island, since it consi ...
Georgia... h diplomacy. Poland has also been promoting NATO membership for Ukraine and, a plan seen by Russia as threatening to its security
BelgianWielsbeke is a city located in theprovince of West Flanders. The municipality comprises the towns of Ooigem, ...
AnguillaIn 1999 Lackey lived in the San Francisco Bay Area after a period inbefore moving to the unrecognized state of Sealand off the coast of the Un ...
Republic of the Congo... Gnassingbé Eyadéma, former president of Togo, Denis Sassou-Nguesso, of the, Idriss Déby, president of Chad, and Hamani Diori former president of Nig ...
Russia... t), also known as Kuzbass after the Kuznetsk Basin, is a federal subject of(an oblast), located in southwestern Siberia, where the West Siberian Plai ...
Austrian Empire... ge of Radomerščak near the Lower Styrian town of Ljutomer, then part of the
Singapore... h India; Fremantle, Australia; British Hong Kong; Simon's Town, Cape Colony;and Sydney, Australia. The 1904–1905 war confirmed the direction of the A ...
UKAFI toured thewith Sick of It All and The Dear & Departed in April 2010, and supported G ...
SovietA minor planet 2140 Kemerovo discovered in 1970 byastronomer Tamara Mikhailovna Smirnova is named after Kemerovo Oblast
Dutch... otect the city from pirate attacks. The fort was partially destroyed by thein the mid 17th century, rebuilt, then destroyed again in 1776 by an earth ...
Netherlands... re, Greece, the Holy Land, Egypt, Italy, Austria, Germany, France, Britain,, Switzerland and Portugal. He returned to Brazil on 22 September 1877
GreekAlexander Balas , ruler of theSeleucid kingdom in 150–146 BC, was a native of Smyrna of humble origin, b ...
India... uage of most Muhajirs (Muslim refugees that arrived from different parts ofafter Partition of India and independence of Pakistan in 1947) that form n ...
Duchy of Parma... the Kingdom of Naples to Don Carlos of Spain, in exchange for the minuscule
Zambia... ng British supplies, and remaining undefeated. He eventually surrendered ineleven days after the Armistice was signed in 1918. To chase von Lettow th ...
CameroonHam was born July 1956 in, captured by animal trappers and sent to Rare Bird Farm in Miami, Florida ...
New ZealandIn, Aeon hosts a four-hour drum & bass show called System Bypass on 105.4 BO ...
Eritrea... lex arose in the Tihama region of Yemen and spread to northern Ethiopia and(specifically the Tigray Region, central Eritrea, and coastal areas like A ...
Bolivia... a and South America (except Chile, Colombia, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and), spiders are included in traditional foods. This suggests arachnophobia ...
SloveniaIn, Saint Nikolaus (Miklavž) is accompanied by an angel and a devil (parkelj ...
Bermuda... girl). Due to his father's work, Sheen also spent part of his childhood in, where the family lived on St. John's Road, Pembroke. He graduated from C ...
Soviet republics... clude the several considered Eastern European and Caucasus states, formerly. The European Union membership for at least some of those states, includi ...
SlovakiaThe Gorals of southern Poland and northernare partially descended from Romance-speaking Vlachs who migrated into the ...
Kingdom of Naples... andidate ascended the throne, however, Charles was obliged to surrender theto Don Carlos of Spain, in exchange for the minuscule Duchy of Parma
AlbaniaWisdom was a cult figure in, where he was one of the few Western actors whose films were allowed in t ...
Togo... former president of Côte d'Ivoire, Gnassingbé Eyadéma, former president of, Denis Sassou-Nguesso, of the Republic of the Congo, Idriss Déby, preside ...
Russia... s. He then crossed the Atlantic, where he visited Denmark, Sweden, Finland,, Ottoman Empire, Greece, the Holy Land, Egypt, Italy, Austria, Germany, F ...
Honduras... usetts. El Salvador has 545 km of borders, including 342 km of borders withand 203 km with Guatemala. El Salvador has a coastline of 307 km
England... gular grass field. One of the two codes of rugby football, it originated inin 1895 as a split from the Rugby Football Union over the issue of payment ...
Russia... tical situation before the onset of the First World War—"France was a lady,was a bear, and performing in the county cricket team was much more import ...
NetherlandsTexel is a municipality and an island in the, in the province of North Holland. It is the largest and most populated o ...
IsraelThe Republican leadership supports a strong, but supports efforts to secure peace in th
Lithuania... f Weimar Germany, while the Memel Territory was detached and was annexed byin 1923. Following Nazi Germany's defeat in World War II in 1945, war-torn ...
People's Republic of China... ou Peninsula (雷州半島) of Guangdong, is the largest island administered by the. The size of Hainan Island (, 97% of the province) is comparable to the s ...
Malta... owledged the Catholic faith as penitents, were transported to the island of; twenty-four, who adhered to Judaism, were publicly burned (May, 1556). T ...
CanadaShaffer was born and raised in Fort William (now Thunder Bay), Ontario,, the son of Shirley and Bernard Shaffer, a lawyer. Shaffer was raised in ...
Haiti... e: Pòtoprens; ) is the capital and largest city of the Caribbean country of. The city's population was 704,776 as of the 2003 census, and was officia ...
France... trality and its position between the possessions of the Habsburg Empire andmade it the venue of several international negotiations, including the Lea ...
United KingdomThroughout the conflict, the's government remained the strongest supporter of the U.S. plan to invade ...
Suriname... he liqueur Advocaat in its original recipe, made by the Dutch population ofand Recife, with the name deriving from the same source
Indonesia... restored. It also became a fishing port for boats sailing to Philippine andn waters. Largely because of its climate, Kaohsiung has overtaken Keelung ...
Sudan... is widely available. Morocco prohibits the sale of alcohol during Ramadan.bans all alcohol consumption and extends serious penalties to offenders pu ...
Russian Empire... ion from the time of its creation in 1903. Between 1903 and the fall of thein February 1917, he was a leading Bolshevik and one of Lenin's closest as ...
New Zealand... ips , , and , Thompson left Melbourne on 6 August and made port at Dunedin,, four days later
Russian EmpireAs of 1878, there were only three free Slavic states in the world:, Serbia and Montenegro. Bulgaria was also free but was de jure vassal to ...
India... Chhodo Andolan) or the August Movement was a civil disobedience movement inlaunched on 9 August 1942 in response to Gandhi's call for immediate indep ...
RussiaChita Oblast (, Chitinskaya oblast) was a federal subject of(an oblast) in southeast Siberia, Russia. Its administrative center was th ...
SlovakiaIn the Czech Republic and, Mikuláš, in Poland Mikołaj and in Ukraine Svyatyi Mykolay is often also ...
Italian... uality of the script as opposed to the content. He plays Robert, a decadentaristocrat with extreme sexual tastes and murderous tendencies who lives w ...
Sweden... ation was 4,442 at the 2010 census. Lindström's slogan is "America's Little". U.S. Route 8 serves as a main arterial route for the community
Germany... ch-Orthodoxes Gemeindezentrum Frankfurt 2.jpg|Saint Mark Church, Frankfurt,File:Heilige Jungfrau Maria von Zeituon Kirche.JPG|Our Lady of Zeitoun Chu ...
Malaysia... secondary school levels. However, some countries such as India, Singapore,, Pakistan, and the Philippines use a second official language in their go ...
France... hern Madagascar to southern Mozambique. The island has been a possession ofsince 1897, but is also claimed by Madagascar. The island, garrisoned by a ...
Puerto RicoThe Republican Party has expressed its support for the U.S. citizens ofto exercise their right to determine a future permanent non-territorial po ...
Kashgar... Sogdiana. There are indications that he may have led expeditions as far asin Chinese Turkestan, leading to the first known contacts between China an ...
NetherlandsAnna Paulowna is a municipality and a town in the, in the province of North Holland. The municipality derives its name from ...
Northern Ireland... law, Highways Act 1980, which covers England and Wales but not Scotland or, the term road is defined to be "any length of highway or of any other ro ...
Bulgaria... that Jacques Chirac's criticism could be presumed to imply that Romania and, which were not yet official EU members, should not be allowed to join be ...
British... s a spokesman for the restaurant chain in its early years, underscoring thecharacter of its food. It is unclear if Treacher had a financial interest ...
Pakistan... school levels. However, some countries such as India, Singapore, Malaysia,, and the Philippines use a second official language in their governments. ...
NetherlandsEdam-Volendam is a municipality in the, in the province of North Holland, consisting of the towns of Edam and Vo ...
Angola... nfederacy in the 18th and 19th centuries. The Annobón population, native to, was introduced by the Portuguese via São Tomé
Serbia... 878, there were only three free Slavic states in the world: Russian Empire,and Montenegro. Bulgaria was also free but was de jure vassal to the Ottom ...
Iceland... , consisting of Albion (Great Britain), Hibernia (Ireland), Thule (possibly) and many smaller islands. Over time, Albion specifically came to be know ...
EpirusThe kings of theclaimed to be descended from Achilles through his son, Neoptolemus. Alexan ...
Macau... hina and disapproval from the western countries. Negotiations in January inbetween the aviation authorities from both the Republic of China and Peopl ...
Russia... a oblast) was a federal subject of Russia (an oblast) in southeast Siberia,. Its administrative center was the city of Chita. It had extensive intern ...
Japan... iefu state under Liu Qubei. Korea was ruled by the Three Kingdoms of Korea.entered the Kofun period
Soviet... opularly known as Klim Voroshilov (4 February 1881 – 2 December 1969) was amilitary officer, politician, and statesman. He served as Defense Minister ...
Madagascar... e island has been a possession of France since 1897, but is also claimed by. The island, garrisoned by a detachment from Réunion, has a weather stati ...
AlgeriaIn the 9th century, the Hebrew grammarian Judah ibn Quraysh of Tiaret inwas the first to link two branches of Afroasiatic together; he perceived a ...
CanadaAlso shares eastern border with the Yukon Territory,
French... aury de Chartres; Almaricus, Amalricus, Amauricus; died c. 1204-1207) was atheologian, after whom the Amalricians are named
IndiaIn some states ofalcoholic drinks are banned, for example the states of Gujarat, Nagaland a ...
Singapore... primary and secondary school levels. However, some countries such as India,, Malaysia, Pakistan, and the Philippines use a second official language i ...
Scotland... the English law, Highways Act 1980, which covers England and Wales but notor Northern Ireland, the term road is defined to be "any length of highway ...
Cyprus... Graecia), the Black Sea, the Ionian coasts of Asia Minor and the islands ofand Sicily. In Plato's Phaidon, Socrates remarks, "we (Greeks) live like a ...
Ukraine... Zinoviev was born in Yelizavetgrad, Imperial Russia (currently Kirovohrad,), to Jewish dairy farmers, who educated him at home. Between 1923 and 193 ...
Switzerland... he Holy Land, Egypt, Italy, Austria, Germany, France, Britain, Netherlands,and Portugal. He returned to Brazil on 22 September 1877
Denmark... d. Besides, Peter intervened in a dispute between his Duchy of Holstein andover the province of Schleswig (see Count Johann Hartwig Ernst von Bernsto ...
Czech RepublicIn theand Slovakia, Mikuláš, in Poland Mikołaj and in Ukraine Svyatyi Mykolay is ...
Kaliningrad Oblast... sia was divided at Joseph Stalin's insistence between the Soviet Union (thein the Russian SFSR and the constituent counties of the Klaipėda Region in ...
Sicily... he Black Sea, the Ionian coasts of Asia Minor and the islands of Cyprus and. In Plato's Phaidon, Socrates remarks, "we (Greeks) live like ants or fro ...
Mozambique... ique Channel, about a third of the way from southern Madagascar to southern. The island has been a possession of France since 1897, but is also claim ...
Greenland... age of a sample. For example, a study of the Amitsoq gneisses from westernused five different radiometric dating methods to examine twelve samples a ...
MaldivesIn 2009, President Tong attended the Climate Vulnerable Forum (V11) in the, along with 10 other countries that are vulnerable to climate-change, and ...
Nigeria... rsion of Caesar salad contains large slices of mature avocado. In Kenya and, the avocado is often eaten as a fruit, and is eaten alone, or mixed with ...
Philippines... terials within a prescribed distance from the structure. Communities in thealso maintain fire lines wide between the forest and their village, and pa ...
Albania... , he was greeted by many appreciative fans, including the then President of, Sali Berisha. During this trip, Wisdom was filmed by Newsnight as he vis ...
JapanAnother version of Super-8 film, Single-8, was produced by Fuji in. Introduced in 1965 as an alternative to the Kodak Super 8 format, it had ...
Lebanese... k the Syrian General Staff Headquarters in Damascus. The jets attacked fromairspace to avoid the heavily-defended regions around the Golan Heights, a ...
USSR... and Navy Affairs and Chairman of the Revolutionary Military Council of the, a post he held until 1934. Frunze's position was compatible with the Tro ...
Japan... wned by foreign investors, more than any other main European index. German,ese, American and British investors are amongst the most significant holde ...
CanadaThe breed is still relatively rare in the United States,, and the United Kingdom despite long recognition by their respective kenn ...
Uganda... easons, to build a railway linking Mombasa with the British protectorate of. A major feat of engineering, the "Uganda railway" (that is the railway i ...
EgyptRamadan is met with various decorations throughout the streets. In, lanterns are known to be a symbol of Ramadan. They are hung across the c ...
Soviet Union... war-torn East Prussia was divided at Joseph Stalin's insistence between the(the Kaliningrad Oblast in the Russian SFSR and the constituent counties o ...
Syria... er Arab countries such as Lebanon or mainly Muslim countries such as Egypt,, Jordan and Turkey do not have any ban on alcohol, and production as well ...
Germany... 7-Glaubenskirche-gesamt4.JPG|Saint Anthony & Saint Shenouda Church, Berlin,File:Koptisch-Orthodoxes Gemeindezentrum Frankfurt 2.jpg|Saint Mark Church ...
Honduras... he Soccer War or 100 hour War, was a four-day war fought by El Salvador andin 1969. It was caused by political conflicts between Hondurans and Salvad ...
Soviet... of 1917. In their efforts to placate Muslims within their borders, the newleaders were eager to establish cordial relations with neighboring Muslim ...
United Kingdom... d is considered the formal introduction of aikido to the United States. Thefollowed in 1955; Italy in 1964; and Germany 1965. Designated "Official De ...
Poland... point for the wave of revolutions that swept the Eastern Bloc, starting in. Collectively known as the Revolutions of 1989, they heralded the dissolu ...
England... ventry is a city and metropolitan borough in the county of West Midlands in. Coventry is the 9th largest city in England and the 11th largest in the ...
Dutch... ika "Rie" Wilhelmina Mastenbroek (26 February 1919 – 6 November 2003) was aswimmer and a triple Olympic champion
Sweden... s; it is thus the largest and most populous state with limited recognition.was the first western country to establish diplomatic relations with the P ...
New ZealandIn 1959 the United States, Australia, Canada,, South Africa, and the United Kingdom defined the length of the internati ...
Nigeria... al waves and succeeded former Neolithic populations. It is said the Igbo of(mostly Aro) slave traders arrived and founded very few tiny settlements i ...
Jordan... countries such as Lebanon or mainly Muslim countries such as Egypt, Syria,and Turkey do not have any ban on alcohol, and production as well as consu ...
Madagascar... al island in the Mozambique Channel, about a third of the way from southernto southern Mozambique. The island has been a possession of France since 1 ...
Egypt... one important journey in their lives; just as Jacob migrated from Canaan to, Muhammad migrated from Mecca to Medina
Bulgaria... ree free Slavic states in the world: Russian Empire, Serbia and Montenegro.was also free but was de jure vassal to the Ottoman Empire until official ...
Kenya... Chilean version of Caesar salad contains large slices of mature avocado. Inand Nigeria, the avocado is often eaten as a fruit, and is eaten alone, or ...
Democratic Kampuchea... urgency in 1967–68 to the fall of the Lon Nol government in April 1975; theregime, from April 1975 to January 1979; and the period following the Thir ...
El Salvador... etween Hondurans and Salvadorans, namely issues concerning immigration fromto Honduras. These existing tensions between the two countries coincided w ...
Côte d'Ivoire... ngo, former president of Gabon, Félix Houphouët-Boigny, former president of, Gnassingbé Eyadéma, former president of Togo, Denis Sassou-Nguesso, of t ...
Ghana... Kwame Nkrumah (21 September 1909 – 27 April 1972), P.C., was the leader ofand its predecessor state, the Gold Coast, from 1952 to 1966. Overseeing t ...
Iceland... renada, Guatemala, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hungary,, India, Indonesia, Iran, the Republic of Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, ...
YugoslaviaThe Balkan Air Force supporting the partisans inwas based at Bari
England... carried the French language, and their variant of the French culture, intoin 1066. With the Norman Conquest, they became the ruling aristocracy of A ...
Gabon... t often mentioned are the recently deceased Omar Bongo, former president of, Félix Houphouët-Boigny, former president of Côte d'Ivoire, Gnassingbé Ey ...
El Salvador... also known as the Soccer War or 100 hour War, was a four-day war fought byand Honduras in 1969. It was caused by political conflicts between Hondura ...
Equatorial GuineaThe first inhabitants of the region that is noware believed to have been Pygmies, of whom only isolated pockets remain in ...
Hong Kong... of provincial status under a cloud. It involved the duty-free imports fromof 90,000 Japanese-made cars and trucks at a cost of C¥ 4.5 billion (US$ 1 ...
PolandIn the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Mikuláš, inMikołaj and in Ukraine Svyatyi Mykolay is often also accompanied by an ang ...
NetherlandsDrechterland is a municipality in the, in the province of North Holland and the region of West-Frisia. The muni ...
FijiIn 2012, the government began negotiating withto buy land in to which it could move some of its population due to rising ...
AssyriaShalmaneser IV was king of(783 - 773 BC). He succeeded his father Adad-nirari III, and was succeeded ...
EnglandThe Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) was founded in 1804 in London,as the Horticultural Society of London, and gained its present name in a R ...
Republic of China... countries and maintains embassies in 162. Its legitimacy is disputed by theand a few other countries; it is thus the largest and most populous state ...
Russia... been inhabited by the Unanga since the last ice age. Early contact was withn fur traders who sought sea otters in these islands. Whaling, fishing and ...
Iran... orrectly (; ), was the title accorded to Hasan Ali Shah (; ; 1804 in Kohak, – 1881 in Bombay, India), the governor of Kirman, 46th Imam of the Nizari ...
CanadaThe Royal London Wax Museum in downtown Victoria, British Columbia,, features "royalty to rogues and the renowned.
Iceland... of Scandinavia into Europe and the British Isles, as well as Greenland and
Hungary... Greece, Grenada, Guatemala, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras,, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, the Republic of Ireland, Israel, Italy, ...
Egypt... any other Arab countries such as Lebanon or mainly Muslim countries such as, Syria, Jordan and Turkey do not have any ban on alcohol, and production ...
Philippines... wever, some countries such as India, Singapore, Malaysia, Pakistan, and theuse a second official language in their governments. According to GAO (201 ...
Soviet... it 451, A Piece of Wood, To the Chicago Abyss, and Forever and the Earth. Aadaptation of "The Veldt" was filmed in 1987
England... sers". For the purposes of the English law, Highways Act 1980, which coversand Wales but not Scotland or Northern Ireland, the term road is defined t ...
UkraineIn the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Mikuláš, in Poland Mikołaj and inSvyatyi Mykolay is often also accompanied by an angel (anděl/anioł/anhel) ...
Scotland... addition, the closure of the Torpedo Experimental Establishment, Greenock,in 1959 and the migration of its staff to Portland in Dorset disrupted the ...
Mongolia... ty of Chita. It had extensive international borders with China (998 km) and(868 km) and internal borders with Irkutsk and Amur Oblasts, as well as wi ...
Montenegro... were only three free Slavic states in the world: Russian Empire, Serbia and. Bulgaria was also free but was de jure vassal to the Ottoman Empire unti ...
CanadaIn 1959 the United States, Australia,, New Zealand, South Africa, and the United Kingdom defined the length of ...
England... was outlawed in Germany, but his ideas influenced Anabaptism, Puritanism in, and Pietism on mainland Europe
British... d by navigators since at least the 16th century, it takes its name from theship Europa, which visited it in December 1774. Ruins and graves on Europa ...
Roman Empire... he bell-shaped vase of Ciempozuelos (between 1970 and 1470 BCE). During the, the region was part of the Citerior Tarraconese province, except for the ...
Iraq... key operates Blue Iraq, a communications and IT company serving the DoD andi domestic market in Iraq
England... the second in a series of French and Indian Wars fought between France and, later Great Britain, in North America for control of the continent. The ...
Yemenis one of the oldest centers of civilization in the Near East. Its relativ ...
El Salvador... es over land reform in Honduras and immigration and demographic problems in. Honduras is more than five times the size of neighbouring El Salvador, b ...
Hungary... e in 1544 in a Hungarian codex. The Komondor breed has been declared one of’s national treasures, to be preserved and protected from modification
France... rmed in Dunstable, England. Gothic Architecture and trouvère music begin in. In the mid-12th century, the Cappella Palatina is built in Palermo, Sici ...
AustriaFile:Image-Coptic church (Vienna)4.JPG|Coptic Church in Vienna,File:Image-Coptic church (Vienna)3.JPG|Coptic Church in Vienna, Austria Fi ...
SovietA minor planet 3009 Coventry discovered byastronomer Nikolai Stepanovich Chernykh in 1973 is named after the city
Germany... the United States. The United Kingdom followed in 1955; Italy in 1964; and1965. Designated "Official Delegate for Europe and Africa" by Morihei Uesh ...
Japan... nd studio albums under the new management of Alan Eichler, many recorded in, and several were released on her own label, Emily Records
Soviet Union... The realist school's influence shows in Reagan's Evil Empire stance on theand George W. Bush's Axis of evil
Norway... e of drawn thread work that is most popular today. It originally comes from, and there from the traditional district of Hardanger. The backbone of Ha ...
BritainZinoviev is remembered inas the alleged author of the "Zinoviev Letter" which caused a sensation wh ...
Honduras... of the war go deeper. The roots of the war were issues over land reform inand immigration and demographic problems in El Salvador. Honduras is more ...
Democratic KampucheaAfter taking power, the Khmer Rouge leadership renamed the country. The Khmer Rouge subjected Cambodia to a radical social reform process th ...
Uganda... outbreak in Kikwit, Zaire (EBOV) and the 2007-2008 outbreak in Bundibugyo,(BDBV). The mean incubation period, best calculated currently for EVD outb ...
AfghanistanAlcohol was banned induring the rule of the Taliban. In the wake of the ousting from power of t ...
Russia... theory posits that the word may have originated from the ancient farmers of, the Chuvash, who nurtured the breed for generations and contributed many ...
El Salvador... beginning of 2006 demarcation had not yet been completed, but Honduras andmaintain normal diplomatic and trade relations
Bhutan... ates propelled Hindu settlement eastward across Nepal, then into Sikkim and. A backlash developed in the 1980s as Bhutan's political elites realized ...
Haiti... from the nectar of a particular palm flower) was once a popular dessert. Init is often consumed with cassava or regular bread for breakfast
MacauThe Macao Science Center inwas designed by Pei Partnership Architects in association with I. M. Pei. ...
People's Republic of Poland... constituent counties of the Klaipėda Region in the Lithuanian SSR) and the(the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship). The capital city Königsberg was rename ...
IranThe Imam Hasan Ali Shah was born in 1804 in Kahak,to Shah Khalil Allah, the 45th Ismaili Imam, and Bibi Sarkara, the daughte ...
Oman... erous descendants found along the coast that can directly trace ancestry toand are typically the wealthiest and most politically influential members ...
Mexico... ipality and major sea port in the state of Guerrero on the Pacific coast of, southwest from Mexico City. Acapulco is located on a deep, semi-circular ...
Ghana... it is commonly served in sandwiches, sushis, on toast, or with chicken. In, it is often eaten alone in sliced bread as a sandwich. In Sri Lanka, wel ...
Italy... duction of aikido to the United States. The United Kingdom followed in 1955;in 1964; and Germany 1965. Designated "Official Delegate for Europe and A ...
Bhutan... ic of China, Syria, Iran, Vietnam, and many countries in Europe and Africa., seeking to preserve an economic and cultural system centered around the ...
CameroonIn 1972, Mongo Beti, a writer in exile frompublished Main basse sur le Cameroun, autopsie d'une décolonisation ('Crue ...
Austria... Jungfrau Maria von Zeituon Kirche4.JPG|Our Lady of Zeitoun Church, Vienna,File:Image-Coptic church (Vienna)4.JPG|Coptic Church in Vienna, Austria Fi ...
KuwaitPerhaps the only major regional ally that supported the US' action was, whose hostility towards Saddam's Iraq stemmed from the events surroundin ...
Bhutan... rder disputes are a disputed border with India and an undefined border with. China is additionally involved in more minor multilateral disputes over ...
Sicily... France. In the mid-12th century, the Cappella Palatina is built in Palermo,and the Madrid Skylitzes manuscript illustrates the Synopsis of Histories ...
Vietnam... e with the Russian Federation, the People's Republic of China, Syria, Iran,, and many countries in Europe and Africa. Bhutan, seeking to preserve an ...
Scotland... as a boundary with Caledonia, which covered roughly the territory of modern. A southern part of what is now Scotland was occupied by the Romans for a ...
Brazil... the islands are named after the Abrolhos Archipelago off the east coast of, which was discovered and named by Portuguese navigators early in the 16t ...
Sikkim... high birthrates propelled Hindu settlement eastward across Nepal, then intoand Bhutan. A backlash developed in the 1980s as Bhutan's political elites ...
Soviet Union... o win the Vietnam War. The country is edging towards a nuclear war with the, freelance costumed vigilantes have been outlawed and most former superhe ...
Hong Kong... ker Street. There are also Madame Tussauds in Dam Square, Amsterdam; Berlin;; Shanghai; and three locations in the United States: the Venetian Hotel ...
Northern Ireland... Mike Piggott as backing musicians. Despite the civil unrest and violence in, the tour included concerts in the province - in fact, McTell continued t ...
Northern Ireland... 2008 study in the Republic of Ireland found that for teenagers aged 15–19:has the highest rate of recreational drug use among teenagers in the Europ ...
Persia... nters with the Islamic shamshir inspired its creation, these "scimitars" ofwere not developed until long after the falchion. More likely, it was deve ...
Senegal... town, commune and kingdom of Gandiaye in the Department of Kaolack, central, lies along National Route 1 about 24 kilometers from Kaolack. The popula ...
Switzerland... mountain in the Glarus Alps and the highest summit in the Canton of Glarus,. It is located on the border between the cantons of Graubünden (south) an ...
IndiaDiwali is an official holiday in, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Mauritius, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago, Surinam ...
Duchy of Neopatria... s reign saw the incorporation of the County of Urgell, Duchy of Athens, andinto the Crown of Aragon
Iran... e trade with the Russian Federation, the People's Republic of China, Syria,, Vietnam, and many countries in Europe and Africa. Bhutan, seeking to pre ...
Azores... rn Siberia, south to Algeria and on the Atlantic islands as far west as theand Madeira. It is not found in Iceland. In the south east, it reaches the ...
Cyprus... ek Orthodoxy. The Greek flag is widely used by the Greek Cypriots, althoughhas officially adopted a neutral flag to ease ethnic tensions with the Tur ...
Pakistan... istani languages. Among countries that use English as an official language,is the third most populous in the world
New ZealandIn Australia and, it is commonly served in sandwiches, sushis, on toast, or with chicken. ...
Romans... Baden', translates as 'baths'. The springs of Baden-Baden were known to the, and the foundation of the town refers to the emperor, Hadrian, with an i ...
Republic of IrelandA 2008 study in thefound that for teenagers aged 15–19
England... rew. In 1349, the Black Death, which wiped out a third of the population of, attacked the village and the population greatly reduced, with parts beco ...
Afghanistan... "jewel in the crown" of the British Empire, India. The British feared thatwould become a staging post for a Russian invasion of India, after the Tsa ...
Guatemala... nland, France, Gabon, The Gambia, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Grenada,, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, India, ...
Iran... est to prosper, popular with those crossing the causeway from Saudi Arabia.began restricting alcohol consumption and production soon after the 1979 R ...
Panama... story. It is a port of call for shipping and cruising lines running betweenand San Francisco, California, United States. The city of Acapulco is the ...
Roman Empire... continuing most notably into Classical Greece, through the influence of theand its Greek Eastern successor the Byzantine Empire. Other cultures and s ...
AlgeriaThe Robin occurs in Eurasia east to Western Siberia, south toand on the Atlantic islands as far west as the Azores and Madeira. It is n ...
Duchy of Athens... Blanche of Anjou. His reign saw the incorporation of the County of Urgell,, and Duchy of Neopatria into the Crown of Aragon
Thailand... 1990s as a resistance movement operating in western Cambodia from bases in. In 1996, following a peace agreement, their leader Pol Pot formally diss ...
Matabeleland... . This continued after independence in 1980, during the Gukurahundi wars inin the 1980s. This led to the political merger of Joshua Nkomo's Zimbabwe ...
SerbiaThe medievaln state is formed by Stefan Nemanja and continued by the Nemanjić dynasty. ...
Syria... xtensive trade with the Russian Federation, the People's Republic of China,, Iran, Vietnam, and many countries in Europe and Africa. Bhutan, seeking ...
Visigothic KingdomDuring the period of the, the region lost its importance. The population was scattered amongst sev ...
New Zealand... o is a town on the shore of Lake Taupo in the centre of the North Island of. It is the seat of the Taupo District Council and lies in the southern Wa ...
People's Republic of China... ever, even North Korea has extensive trade with the Russian Federation, the, Syria, Iran, Vietnam, and many countries in Europe and Africa. Bhutan, s ...
JapanIn 1895, Taiwan was ceded toas part of the Treaty of Shimonoseki. It was during this period that the c ...
Denmark... e that combines drawn thread work with needlelace techniques is Hedebo from, which originates from the area around Copenhagen and Roskilde. It uses t ...
PolandAs late as's Kościuszko Uprising in 1794, the pike reappeared as a child of necessit ...
Honduras... the Court awarded most of the disputed territory to Honduras, and in 1998,and El Salvador signed a border demarcation treaty to implement the terms ...
French... en-Baden suffered severely from the various combatants, especially from the, who pillaged it in 1643 and left it in ashes in 1689. The margrave Louis ...
IcelandFire & plague insurance first become available in, and the first documented outbreaks of influenza occur
Morocco... ars "for tourists" and in large cities. Wine, however, is widely available.prohibits the sale of alcohol during Ramadan
BelgianZedelgem is a municipality located in theprovince of West Flanders. The municipality comprises the villages of Aart ...
Roman Republic... s not known how years were identified during the Roman monarchy. During the, years were named after the consuls, who were elected annually (see List ...
Qatar... ear his childhood home. He also designed the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha,. Although it was originally planned for the corniche road along Doha Bay, ...
South Africa... to developing countries in need of labor, such as the Americas, Australia,, Southeast Asia, Malaya and other places
Ethiopia... he area between the Eastern Sahara and the Horn of Africa, including Egypt,and
NetherlandsEcht-Susteren (Dutch ; ) is a municipality in the southeastern. Echt-Susteren was created in 2003 by merging the former municipalities o ...
British... cape unharmed and returned to Detroit with his family. Viewing himself as acitizen, Kinzie had a strong anti-American streak in him until the massacr ...
Soviet Union... ast Republic, which merged with Russia in November 1922, a month before thewas constituted. In 1923, Chita Oblast was formed
SerbiaInand among the Serbian people living across the world, Saint Nicholas is ce ...
Guinea-Bissau... n, The Gambia, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Grenada, Guatemala, Guinea,, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, the R ...
AustrianAfter Archduke Charles'army was defeated by Napoleon at the Battle of Wagram, the Armistice of Zn ...
Egypt... st to the area between the Eastern Sahara and the Horn of Africa, including, Ethiopia and
Iceland... e Poetic Edda is a collection of Old Norse poems primarily preserved in theic mediaeval manuscript Codex Regius. Along with Snorri Sturluson's Prose ...
Russia... n Man, a 500-page survey of Western literature in all its genres, includingand the United States but excluding Asia, from the second half of the 15th ...
Honduras... rt of Justice. In 1992, the Court awarded most of the disputed territory to, and in 1998, Honduras and El Salvador signed a border demarcation treaty ...
Tunisia... mport, sale and consumption of alcohol, with heavy penalties for offenders.has a selective ban on alcohol products other than wine, with consumption ...
Confederate States of America... an Declaration of Independence (1847), the declarations of secession by the(1860–61), and the Vietnam Declaration of Independence (1945). These decla ...
Serbia... es of Germany and Austria–Hungary before World War I. Russia was France and's ally, and that loss of prestige had a significant effect on Germany's f ...
Duchy of Parma... aty also recognised Philip V of Spain's son, Don Carlos, as the heir to theand Grand Duchy of Tuscany; Charles had prior endorsed the succession of t ...
ItalianAndrea Andreani (1540–1623) was anengraver on wood, who was among the first printmakers in Italy to use chia ...
EnglandNaseby is a small village in the District of Daventry in Northamptonshire,
Confederate... studied medicine, became a doctor, and served as a surgeon on the staff ofgeneral Robert E. Lee during the American Civil War. He was a pioneer in p ...
Italy... are used to embellish drawn thread work. It was first used in 16th century. Needlelace evolved from this when the lacemakers realized that they can ...
Anguilla... West Chester, Pennsylvania and has also lived throughout the US and Europe,, Sealand, Dubai, and Iraq. As a teenager, he was briefly involved with th ...
Mexico... a dessert or snack. This contrasts with Spanish speaking countries, such asor Argentina, where the opposite is true and sweet preparations are often ...
BelgianHarelbeke is a municipality located in theprovince of West Flanders. The municipality comprises the city of Harelbek ...
GermanFriedrich "Fritz" Walter (31 October 1920 – 17 June 2002) was afootballer. In his time with the German national team, he won 61 caps and ...
Bangladesh... k child out of wedlock (the McCains' dark-skinned daughter was adopted from), that his wife Cindy was a drug addict, that he was a homosexual, and th ...
Han Dynasty... asty, and archaeological finds has pushed the dates back to as early as the(206 BCE – 220 CE). By the Sui Dynasty (581–618) and Tang Dynasty (618–907 ...
South AfricaThe legal system is based on Roman-Dutch law withn influences. A five member Supreme Court, headed by the Chief-Justice has ...
Japan... er, was born in Brownsville in the early 1900s. He recorded, toured Europe,and shortly before his death in 1997 returned to Brownsville to perform Ju ...
Libya... are foreigners. Afghan citizens are prohibited by law from buying alcohol.bans the import, sale and consumption of alcohol, with heavy penalties for ...
Austria... Jungfrau Maria von Zeituon Kirche2.JPG|Our Lady of Zeitoun Church, Vienna,File:Heilige Jungfrau Maria von Zeituon Kirche4.JPG|Our Lady of Zeitoun Ch ...
Spanish Guinea... under Spanish rule. Between 1926 and 1959 they were united as the colony of
BritainIn, Hindus celebrate Diwali with great enthusiasm. People clean and decorate ...
BulgariaIn the Republic of, Saint Nicholas is one of the most celebrated saints. Many churches and m ...
Brazil... as exotic, are a relative novelty in Portuguese-speaking countries, such as, where the traditional preparation is mashed with sugar and lime, and eat ...
Republic of ChinaAfter control of Taiwan was handed to thein 1945, the official romanization of the city name came to be "Kao-hsiung ...
Russia... stralia, and within historical Circassia in the North Caucasus currently in
North Korea... ete economic autarkies are rare. A possible example of a current autarky is, based on the government ideology of Juche (self-sufficiency), which is c ...
Honduras... 2 . As of the beginning of 2006 demarcation had not yet been completed, butand El Salvador maintain normal diplomatic and trade relations
Eritrea... om Latrun were flown on thirteen planes, on October 19 to a camp in Asmara,. Eleven additional transports were made. Throughout the period of their d ...
Namibia... 9 May 1500. A shipwreck found in 2008 by the Namdeb Diamond Corporation offwas at first thought to be possibly Dias' ship; however, recovered coins c ...
Russia... securing a near impossible victory against a far larger and better equippedn army at the Battle of Racławice on April 4 of that year
Democratic Kampuchea... to 1979, led by Pol Pot, Nuon Chea, Ieng Sary, Son Sen, and Khieu Samphan.was the name of the state as controlled by the government of the Khmer Rou ...
ItalianThe Adventures of Pinocchio (, ; ) is a novel for children byauthor Carlo Collodi, written in Florence. The first half was originally a ...
Indonesia... lonising the west of the island and the surrounding archipelago that is now. The border between Portuguese Timor and the Dutch East Indies was formal ...
Netherlands... l-Meaning Brought Me Here, and, in April 1972, issued it as a single in the, where it charted, climbing slowly to No. 9 in May
Kingdom of Naples... the death of Bona Sforza, Queen of Poland, Bari came to be included in theand its history contracted to a local one, as malaria became endemic in th ...
Japan... , Project Eden, and Vibes, is a rail shooter video game released by Sega inin 2001 for the Dreamcast and PlayStation 2, with a European Dreamcast rel ...
Venezuela... dugout canoes. They are believed to come primarily from what is now eastern. By the time Columbus arrived in 1492 AD, the region was under the contro ...
Mexico... t in the state, far larger than the state capital Chilpancingo and as well,'s largest beach and balneario resorted city
FinlandIn, Bassoradio has two drum and bass shows every week
British... rs, more than any other main European index. German, Japanese, American andinvestors are amongst the most significant holders of CAC 40 shares. This ...
Iraq... communications and IT company serving the DoD and Iraqi domestic market in
Puerto Rican... ons per square mile (278.4/km²), ranking third in terms of population amongmunicipalities
India... ns. A colonel by 1796, Wellesley saw action in the Netherlands and later in, where he fought in the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War at the Battle of Seringap ...
Brazil... n, headed by Pedro Álvares Cabral. This flotilla first reached the coast of, landing there in 1500, and then continued eastwards to India. Dias peris ...
The Gambia... economically well-established in parts of Africa, especially in Senegal and. In Senegal, the brotherhood controls significant sections of the nation' ...
ScottishAn Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding is a book by theempiricist philosopher David Hume, published in 1748. It was a revision of ...
El Salvador... arded most of the disputed territory to Honduras, and in 1998, Honduras andsigned a border demarcation treaty to implement the terms of the ICJ decre ...
BelarusCitizenship act of the Republic of(2002) states that permanent residence term requirements may be waived for ...
Belgium... into an urban one, but with a strong contrast between northern and southern. During the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period, Flanders was charact ...
FrenchAfter the war had ended, Zapf was held by theas a prisoner of war at a field hospital in Tübingen. He was treated with ...
Soviet Union... med Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic, one of the fifteen republics of the. Yerevan was the first city in the Soviet Union, for which a general plan ...
Germany... One of these is on the Königssee lake, near Berchtesgaden in south-eastern. Here the lake is considered so environmentally sensitive that steam and ...
Senegal... ent Jawara's tenure. It maintained close relations with the United Kingdom,, and other African countries. The July 1994 coup strained The Gambia's re ...
Portugal... d a pressing reason to venture outside the Empire. Upon arriving in Lisbon,, he immediately went to the Janelas Verdes palace, where he met with his ...
Spain... Jew and writer of a tract on the Trinity and Incarnation, who was exiled toin 378-380 and then relapsed to Judaism; but he afterwards abandoned this ...
Roman Empire... d from Israel in 587 BCE by the Babylonians, and from Judea in 70 CE by the. It subsequently came to be used to refer to the historical movements of ...
Modena... stroyed. Verona surrendered soon afterwards, followed by Aquileia, Mutina (), and Ravenna. The road to Rome was now wide open to Constantine
Serbia... , Micronesia, Monaco, Montenegro, Nauru, Palau, Poland, Russia, San Marino,, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Sudan, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Ukrain ...
BulgariaAccording to the Constitution of Bulgaria, Article 25(2): "A person ofn origin shall acquire Bulgarian citizenship through a facilitated procedu ...
France... leading producer of kiwifruit in the world, followed by New Zealand, Chile,, Greece, Japan and the United States. In China, kiwifruit was traditional ...
West Francia... divided by the Treaty of Meerssen between its neighbours, East Francia and. After brief wars in 876 and 879 West Francia ceded its half of Lotharing ...
Kuwait... f military police from reserve units. The 1st Cav sent additional troops toas a protective measure against possible aggressive actions from Iraq. The ...
Chile... ow the leading producer of kiwifruit in the world, followed by New Zealand,, France, Greece, Japan and the United States. In China, kiwifruit was tra ...
Soviet Union... ding for conventional military forces; the goal was to keep pressure on theand reduce federal deficits. In 1954 Eisenhower first articulated the Domi ...
North YemenThe formercame under control of Imams of various dynasties usually of the Zaidi sect ...
Yugoslavia... cally weak—namely, those in South America, the Balkans and eastern Europe (, Romania and Hungary)—and had raw materials vital to Germany's growth. Tr ...
MaltaIn, the term ħelwa tal-Tork is used to refer to a tahini-based block confect ...
Qin Dynasty... 206 BCE – 220 CE) was the second imperial dynasty of China, preceded by the(221–207 BCE) and succeeded by the Three Kingdoms (220–280 CE). It was fou ...
Singapore... esia, Monaco, Montenegro, Nauru, Palau, Poland, Russia, San Marino, Serbia,, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Sudan, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Ukraine, Vanuatu, ...
Bulgaria... le, by providing either significant troops or political support: Australia,, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Nethe ...
England... hire ( or ; abbreviated Beds.) is a ceremonial county of historic origin inthat forms part of the East of England region
Bulgaria... owing the family trend, Ferdinand was himself to found the royal dynasty of
Slovakia... o, Montenegro, Nauru, Palau, Poland, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore,, Slovenia, South Sudan, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Ukraine, Vanuatu, Vatican C ...
France... the rise of separate Western and Eastern Frankish kingdoms (later to becomeand Germany respectively), only entrenched this newly landed warrior class ...
Brazil... th , is in the Puerto Rico Trench. The Atlantic's width varies from betweenand Sierra Leone to over in the south
Egypt... l history is a tangled chronicle of contesting local Imams. The Fatimids ofhelped the Isma'ilis maintain dominance in the 11th century through the Su ...
Sierra Leone... h accepted the position and sailed for the Gold Coast. After brief stops in, Liberia, and the Ivory Coast, he arrived in the Gold Coast in December 1 ...
Romania... namely, those in South America, the Balkans and eastern Europe (Yugoslavia,and Hungary)—and had raw materials vital to Germany's growth. Trade with t ...
RussiaIt is part of, and is Russia's largest island, and is administered as part of Sakhalin ...
Russia... blic of China is the second-largest country in the world by land area afterand is either the third- or fourth-largest by total area, after Russia, Ca ...
Lesotho... n, Kenya, Kiribati, South Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon,, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagas ...
Sweden... ee movement between the member states. While the UK (along with Ireland and, and non-EU members Norway and Switzerland) did not impose restrictions, ...
Sierra Leone... the Puerto Rico Trench. The Atlantic's width varies from between Brazil andto over in the south
Dutch... el, sailed into Delaware Bay, which lay within the territory claimed by the, passing Cape May and Cape Henlopen in late March 1638, and anchored at a ...
Kazakhstan... t passenger service from Urumqi in China's Xinjiang to Almaty and Astana in.
Venezuela... (primarily from the Pitch Lake in Trinidad and Tobago and Lake Bermudez in), Gilsonite, the Dead Sea, bituminous rock and tar sands. Asphalt was min ...
Slovenia... gro, Nauru, Palau, Poland, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia,, South Sudan, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Ukraine, Vanuatu, Vatican City and th ...
RomanThe first recorded name of the lake is Lacus Lemannus fromtimes; it became Lacus Lausonius, although this name was also used for a t ...
Liberia... position and sailed for the Gold Coast. After brief stops in Sierra Leone,, and the Ivory Coast, he arrived in the Gold Coast in December 1947
India... most notably in the Royal Indian Navy which found public support throughout, from Karachi to Mumbai and from Vizag to Kolkata. Many historians have a ...
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AfghanistanMany Fort Hood units have deployed tofor Operation Enduring Freedom, and to Iraq for Operation Iraqi Freedom. T ...
Czech Republic... viding either significant troops or political support: Australia, Bulgaria,, Denmark, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Philippi ...
Greece... producer of kiwifruit in the world, followed by New Zealand, Chile, France,, Japan and the United States. In China, kiwifruit was traditionally colle ...
United Kingdom... ward-basing arrangements for its Atlantic-based Polaris fleet with both theand Spain permitting the use of bases at the Holy Loch in Scotland and at ...
DutchIn the early 1990s, Deicide was on tour in Europe with Gorefest, adeath metal band. In Stockholm, during the Gorefest set, a bomb was discov ...
CroatiaThen law on citizenship , article 11, defines emigrants and gives them privil ...
New Zealand... spread from China in the early 20th century, when seeds were introduced toby Mary Isabel Fraser, the principal of Wanganui Girls' College, who had b ...
Turpan... the traditional Silk Road (via Badakhshan, the Pamirs, Yarkand, Kucha, andto the Ming China's border as Suzhou, Gansu
JordanIn the region of the Levant, which includes Lebanon, Syria, Iraq,and the Palestinian territories, halawa is typically the sesame or tahini- ...
Poland... ia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Micronesia, Monaco, Montenegro, Nauru, Palau,, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Sudan, ...
Bolivia... Green Iguana extends from southern Mexico to central Brazil, Paraguay, andand the Caribbean; specifically Grenada, Curaçao, Trinidad and Tobago, St. ...
Libya... tablished diplomatic relations with several additional countries, including, the Republic of China (on Taiwan), and Cuba
Austria... y at the time. France was fighting on the side of Piedmont-Sardinia against, who had occupied much of today's Italy. Napoleon's headquarters were loc ...
Norway... ber states. While the UK (along with Ireland and Sweden, and non-EU membersand Switzerland) did not impose restrictions, France put in place controls ...
Russia... htenstein, Lithuania, Micronesia, Monaco, Montenegro, Nauru, Palau, Poland,, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Sudan, Turkmeni ...
East Francia... interregnum, was divided by the Treaty of Meerssen between its neighbours,and West Francia. After brief wars in 876 and 879 West Francia ceded its h ...
Russian Empire... h century, but the reform process was not allowed to run its course, as the, the Kingdom of Prussia and the Austrian Habsburg Monarchy through a seri ...
Italy... side of Piedmont-Sardinia against Austria, who had occupied much of today's. Napoleon's headquarters were located in the small city of Solferino. Dun ...
Albania... art as South America, Iran and many Eastern Bloc countries, particularly in, where his films were the only ones by Western actors permitted by Enver ...
KenyaKingsley's father, born in, is of Gujarati Indian descent; Kingsley's paternal grandfather was a spi ...
Soviet... rshon Aronovich Radomyslsky Apfelbaum , was a Bolshevik revolutionary and aCommunist politician. Zinoviev is best remembered as the longtime head of ...
UK... uzzles (Improve Your Game) offering 100 game positions was published in thein 2003 but is no longer in print
Poland... h (March 26, 2003) mentioned Warsaw's contribution prominently in a speech,asked that its participation in the coalition not be used for "propaganda ...
Republic of China... iplomatic relations with several additional countries, including Libya, the(on Taiwan), and Cuba
BritainOology became increasingly popular inand the United States during the 1800s. Observing birds from afar was diff ...
Spain... – a Galician father, Francisco Estévez from Salceda de Caselas in Galicia () and a first-generation Irish mother, Mary-Anne Phelan from Borrisokane i ...
People's Republic of China... down of the system after an few decades. Modern communist states, which theforms an example of, therefore prefer to define a framework of permissible ...
Lebanon... Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, South Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia,, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia ...
Third Republic... tate, or laïcité, would not enter French law again until 1880-81 during the, with the signing of the Jules Ferry laws and the 1905 French law on the ...
Iraq... of the willing" in favor of forcibly removing Saddam Hussein from power in, with some number of other countries expressing their support in private. ...
Puerto Rico... ent camps in Hawaii and Alaska (not states at the time), the United States,, the West Indies, and South and Central American countries
New Zealand... Actinidia deliciosa 'Hayward' was developed by Hayward Wright in Avondale,around 1924. It was initially grown in domestic gardens, but commercial pl ...
LithuaniaIn, it is called chalva. It is widely used as a snack and sold packed in sma ...
Bulgaria... seven years after he was elected. Ferdinand was elected Knyaz of autonomousby its Grand National Assembly on 7 July 1887 in the Gregorian calendar (t ...
Iceland... ares a name with Hel, a female figure associated with the location. In lateic sources, varying descriptions of Hel are given and various figures are ...
Nicaragua... eady to move out to provide assistance. Fort Hood units also aided Managua,, after an earthquake ravaged the city
Cuba... ditional countries, including Libya, the Republic of China (on Taiwan), and
San Marino... n, Lithuania, Micronesia, Monaco, Montenegro, Nauru, Palau, Poland, Russia,, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Sudan, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu ...
New Zealand... or donors in 2010/2011 were Australia (A$15 million), Taiwan (A$11 million);(A$6 million), the World Bank (A$4 million), and the Asian Development Ba ...
Swiss... as Simmler (Josiah Simler, Simlerus) (6 November 1530 – 2 July 1576), was atheologian and classicist, author of the first book relating solely to the ...
PolandThe History ofis rooted in the arrival of the Slavs, who gave rise to permanent settleme ...
Japan... Indian POWs and Indian expatriates in South-East Asia, with the help of theese. Its aim was to reach India as a fighting force that would build on pu ...
Switzerland... While the UK (along with Ireland and Sweden, and non-EU members Norway and) did not impose restrictions, France put in place controls to curb migrat ...
Ukraine... , Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Sudan, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu,, Vanuatu, Vatican City and the states with limited recognition
FrenchJacques Paul Migne (25 October 1800 – 24 October 1875) was apriest who published inexpensive and widely distributed editions of theolo ...
People's Republic of China... Originally known as yang tao, it is declared as the "National Fruit" of the. Other species of Actinidia are native to India and Japan and southeaster ...
United States Virgin Islands... en introduced to Grand Cayman, Puerto Rico, Texas, Florida, Hawaii, and the. Though the species is not native to Martinique, a small wild colony of r ...
Japan... ors providing development assistance in 2009 were Australia (A$11 million),(A$2 million), New Zealand (A$6.6 million), Taiwan (A$10.6 million), and o ...
Russia... efan Stambolov, whose foreign policy saw a marked cooling in relations with, formerly seen as Bulgaria's protector
Scotland... rather than taking the longer and more dangerous route around the north of. The strait is the busiest international seaway in the world, used by ove ...
Second EmpireHis publishing house was complemented during theby painter artists' workhalls for the decoration of churches: three of the ...
Kucha... e routes of the traditional Silk Road (via Badakhshan, the Pamirs, Yarkand,, and Turpan to the Ming China's border as Suzhou, Gansu
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Cameroon... of modern southern Libya, eastern Niger, northeastern Nigeria and northern. The history of the Empire in the longue durée is mainly known from the R ...
Iceland... s a submarine mountain range called the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. It extends fromin the north to approximately 58° South latitude, reaching a maximum width ...
Bulgaria... on Marita began on 6 April 1941, with German troops invading Greece throughand Yugoslavia in an effort to secure its southern flank
PhilippinesIn the, a similar game which was first distributed in 1978 and is still in circu ...
United Kingdom... he Polaris program, American Senators and naval officers suggested that themight use Polaris. In 1957 Chief of Naval Operations Arleigh Burke and Fir ...
India... of the People's Republic of China. Other species of Actinidia are native toand Japan and southeastern Siberia. Cultivation spread from China in the e ...
LebanonIn the region of the Levant, which includes, Syria, Iraq, Jordan and the Palestinian territories, halawa is typically ...
Martinique... , and the United States Virgin Islands. Though the species is not native to, a small wild colony of released or escaped Green Iguanas endures at hist ...
Vanuatu... Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Sudan, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Ukraine,, Vatican City and the states with limited recognition
CanadaDuring the mid-nineteenth century, ships carrying timber from(particularly Quebec City) would arrive at Padstow and offer cheap travel ...
Israel... word Diaspora then was used to refer to the population of Jews exiled fromin 587 BCE by the Babylonians, and from Judea in 70 CE by the Roman Empire ...
Cuba... former colonised nations, were funded by both sides throughout this period., the Soviet bloc, Egypt under Gamal Abdel Nasser, and some governments of ...
Germany... s version of Turbo C was also released for the Atari ST, but distributed inonly
Burma... st the allies, including the British Indian Army, in the forests of Arakan,and in Assam, laying siege on Imphal and Kohima with the Japanese 15th Arm ...
Mag Mell... n had two sons, Connla and Art. Connla fell in love with a fairy woman from, and went with her to her otherworld home in her crystal boat, leaving Ar ...
Soviet Union... l trade, particularly with the then world powers such as Great Britain, the, and France, with which it expected to go to war and consequently could n ...
Armenia... the next few years while they invaded the Sassanid Empire. When defeated inby the Sassanids, the Huns abandoned their invasion and turned their atten ...
Yugoslavia... an on 6 April 1941, with German troops invading Greece through Bulgaria andin an effort to secure its southern flank
Malaysia... esently marked by the PRC, signifies the country's southernmost border. Butalso claims that it is on their continental shelf
Sultanate of BruneiDuring the reign of Sultan Bolkiah in 1485 to 1521, thedecided to break the Dynasty of Tondo's monopoly in the China trade by att ...
New Zealand... ment assistance in 2009 were Australia (A$11 million), Japan (A$2 million),(A$6.6 million), Taiwan (A$10.6 million), and other donors providing A$16. ...
Vatican City... e, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Sudan, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Ukraine, Vanuatu,and the states with limited recognition
SyriaIn the region of the Levant, which includes Lebanon,, Iraq, Jordan and the Palestinian territories, halawa is typically the se ...
New Zealand... rei) was a species of massive eagles that once lived on the South Island of. The species was the largest eagle known to have existed. Its prey consis ...
United KingdomAs legislation, such as the Wild Birds Protection Act 1954 in the, made it impossible to collect eggs legally, the practice of egg collecti ...
Assyria... Ahaz, the king of Judah, Ahaz appealed to Tiglath-Pileser III, the king of, for help. This the Assyrian king obliged, but Judah became a tributory o ...
England... "Swede" is used instead of rutabaga in many Commonwealth Nations, including, Wales, Australia, New Zealand. The name turnip is also used in parts of ...
United Kingdom... new project. The band name refers to the international dialing code of the, the country where Hoppus and Barker first discussed the project. After t ...
RomaniaReich was ordered to leave France and head for, and the Leibstandarte was ordered to Bulgaria. The Leibstandarte, attach ...
Japan... ple's Republic of China. Other species of Actinidia are native to India andand southeastern Siberia. Cultivation spread from China in the early 20th ...
Assyria... rgence of city-states in the Fertile Crescent, including the Babylonian andn empires. Wheat grain is a staple food used to make flour for leavened, f ...
United Arab Emirates... ates then under British protection (the seven trucial sheikdoms—the present--and Bahrain) in a plan to form a union of Arab emirates. By mid-1971, as ...
Grand Duchy of Lithuania... archy established. The Jagiellon dynasty period brought close ties with the, cultural development and territorial expansion, culminating in the estab ...
Guinea-Bissau... monitoring group (ECOMOG). It also has sought to mediate disputes in nearbyand the neighbouring Casamance region of Senegal
Soviet UnionFollowing the dismantling of the USSR or, Yerevan became the capital of the Republic of Armenia on 21 September 19 ...
IraqIn the region of the Levant, which includes Lebanon, Syria,, Jordan and the Palestinian territories, halawa is typically the sesame o ...
Slovak Republic... is tour marked the first time the band performed in Turkey, Greece, and the
Albania... opean standards, in fact the highest in Europe after Ireland (the E.U.) and(perhaps higher than Ireland's), and so most population growth is due to n ...
Libya... , South Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia,, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mal ...
Bermuda... l 25, 1791, Kinglassie - d. October 31, 1858, London, England), governor of(1839–46), Barbados (1846–48), and Malta (1851–58); knighted 185
Eritrea... roclaimed in 1888, and in 1890 the town was incorporated into the colony of
South Africa... ntly in 1981. It was broadcast on 5 June that year. He toured Australia and. After the 1986 Chernobyl disaster, a hospice was named in his honour. In ...
Russian Empire... overnorate (now part of Lysychansk city in Luhansk Oblast, Ukraine), in the, into a railway worker's family of Russian ethnicity. However, according ...
Puerto Rico... . Lucia, St. Vincent, and Útila. They have been introduced to Grand Cayman,, Texas, Florida, Hawaii, and the United States Virgin Islands. Though the ...
Canada... took control of the distribution of alcohol. Distilleries and breweries in, Mexico, and the Caribbean flourished as their products were either consu ...
Libya... d an area covering not only much of Chad, but also parts of modern southern, eastern Niger, northeastern Nigeria and northern Cameroon. The history o ...
France... rly with the then world powers such as Great Britain, the Soviet Union, and, with which it expected to go to war and consequently could not rely upon ...
Benin... ns–West African Coastal Highwayleaves the city as the Badagry Expressway toand beyond as far as Dakar and Nouakchott; The Trans-Sahara Highway to Alg ...
Afghanistan... esuits as a Lay Brother in Goa, India, traveled in 1603–1605 from India viaand one of the routes of the traditional Silk Road (via Badakhshan, the Pa ...
Confederacy... t over their loyalties, with John Chupco refusing to sign a treaty with the. From 1861-1866, he led as chief of the Seminole who supported the Union ...
Switzerland... ther countries soon followed with their own stamps. The Canton of Zürich inissued the Zurich 4 and 6 rappen on 1 March 1843. Although the Penny Black ...
Carolingian Empire... e kingdom of Middle Francia, itself formed of the threefold division of theby the Treaty of Verdun in 843. Neither Lotharingia nor Middle Francia had ...
Prussia... halt-Zerbst belonged to the ruling family of Anhalt, but held the rank of an general in his capacity as Governor of the city of Stettin ( Szczecin, P ...
BelgiumDuring World War I, Poirot leftfor Britain as a refugee. It was here, on 16 July 1916, that he again met ...
Israel... 1973 oil crisis puts the nation of America in gridlock; Both the leaders ofand Egypt shake hands after the signing of the Camp David Accords in 1978; ...
Mexico... ng in his director's chair, stands in Plaza John Huston in Puerto Vallarta,
Senegal... e disputes in nearby Guinea-Bissau and the neighbouring Casamance region of
Niger... ing not only much of Chad, but also parts of modern southern Libya, eastern, northeastern Nigeria and northern Cameroon. The history of the Empire in ...
Malta... 8, London, England), governor of Bermuda (1839–46), Barbados (1846–48), and(1851–58); knighted 185
Turkmenistan... nd, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Sudan,, Tuvalu, Ukraine, Vanuatu, Vatican City and the states with limited recog ...
Prussia... es of thermodynamics. His brother Joseph Ewart became British ambassador to. John, a doctor, became Chief Inspector of East India Company hospitals i ...
Mexico... ntrol of the distribution of alcohol. Distilleries and breweries in Canada,, and the Caribbean flourished as their products were either consumed by v ...
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Liberia... Kiribati, South Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho,, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Mala ...
Soviet Union... omatic relations were later established once again after the breakup of the. The Gambia has an embassy in Moscow. Russia is represented in The Gambia ...
Tuvalu... n Marino, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Sudan, Turkmenistan,, Ukraine, Vanuatu, Vatican City and the states with limited recognition
United KingdomThe will-o'-the-wisp can be found in numerous folk tales around the, and is often a malicious character in the stories. In Welsh folklore, it ...
Nigeria... Chad, but also parts of modern southern Libya, eastern Niger, northeasternand northern Cameroon. The history of the Empire in the longue durée is ma ...
MonacoTheyacht company Wally has announced a "gigayacht" designed for billionaires ...
Mexico... il War Brownsville was used as a smuggling point for Confederate goods into, most importantly cotton smuggled to European ships waiting at the Mexica ...
Belgian... yanza-Kicukiro Genocide Memorial Site where 5,000 victims were killed aftersoldiers who serving in the United Nations peacekeeping forces abandoned t ...
South Africa... do material. An alleged dodo egg is on display at the East London museum in, but genetic studies are underway to determine its authencity
Alsace-Lorraine... rced to open a new training camp just for foreign volunteers at Sennheim in
Iraq... d units have deployed to Afghanistan for Operation Enduring Freedom, and tofor Operation Iraqi Freedom. The 4th Infantry Division was able to capture ...
United Kingdom... which could convert the larger grid into a standard 4×4 Boggle grid. In the, Hasbro UK currently markets Super Boggle, which features both the 4×4 an ...
Egypt... isis puts the nation of America in gridlock; Both the leaders of Israel andshake hands after the signing of the Camp David Accords in 1978; The 1970 ...
Belgium... nintentionally injure a species that depends on the species it replaces. In, Prunus spinosa from Eastern Europe leafs much sooner than its West Europ ...
Russia... 2 Germans were enumerated, making Germans the fifth largest ethnic group in. In 1999, there were 353,441 Germans in Kazakhstan and 21,472 in Kyrgyzst ...
Burma... rs 14. China extends across much of East Asia, bordering Vietnam, Laos, andin Southeast Asia; India, Bhutan, Nepal and Pakistan in South Asia; Afghan ...
Northern Ireland... he band had to travel in a bulletproof bus for the remainder of the tour ofand the Republic of Ireland. Mustaine later alleged that he had been misle ...
Estonia... states are: Andorra, Australia, Bahrain, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic,, Hungary, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Micronesia, Monaco, Montenegr ...
Mexico... tates which, with the Federal District, comprise the 32 Federal Entities of. It is divided into 72 municipalities; the capital city is Hermosillo
EnglandRalph McTell (born Ralph May in Farnborough, Kent,, 3 December 1944 and raised in Croydon) is an English singer-songwriter a ...
ScotlandKinglassie (Gaelic: Cille MoGhlasaidh) is a small village in central Fife,.It is located 0.5 miles to the southwest of Glenrothes. The population of ...
LebanonFrom 1985, Waite became involved in hostage negotiation in, and he assisted in successful negotiations which secured the release of ...
MaliIn some tropical floodplain areas such as the Inner Niger Delta of, annual flooding events are a natural part of the local ecology and rural ...
FranceAfter the Dutch surrender, the Leibstandarte moved south toon 24 May. Becoming part of the XIX Panzer Corps under the command of Gene ...
Japan... the Benelux countries, France and Germany, with emerging markets growing in, the United Kingdom and the United States
SwitzerlandDunant was born in Geneva,, the first son of businessman Jean-Jacques Dunant and Antoinette Dunant-C ...
Carthage... y Geiseric captured the Western Roman province of Africa and its capital of. Carthage was the richest province of the Western Empire and a main sourc ...
Poland... enmark, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Philippines,, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom and ...
Portugal... Hungary, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland,, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom and (United St ...
Pakistan... world, including the European Union, India, Hong Kong, Australia, Malaysia,, GCC countries, Russia, South Africa, Singapore and Turkey. As of August ...
Chile... area, in late autumn and winter. Other notably foggy areas include coastal(in the south), coastal Namibia, and the Severnaya Zemlya islands
South Africa... ropideae. The Genipa species sensu Drake are better placed in the otherwisen genus Hyperacanthus. Other species are now in Randia, and a number of ad ...
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Liberia... euphorbias. The coffee plant grows wild in such widely separated places asand southern Ethiopia. The higher mountains have a special flora showing c ...
Russia... t and began a lengthy correspondence with Trinidadian Marxist C.L.R. James,n expatriate Raya Dunayevskaya, and Chinese-American Grace Lee Boggs, all ...
Armenia... and a main source of food for Rome. The Sassanid Shah Yazdegerd II invadedin 441
VenezuelaProponents of such theories include Federico Brito Figueroa an historian who has written widely on the socioeconomic underpinnings of b ...
NigeriaThe Kanem-Bornu Empire existed in modern Chad and. It was known to the Arabian geographers as the Kanem Empire from the 9th ...
Latvia... a, Australia, Bahrain, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary,, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Micronesia, Monaco, Montenegro, Nauru, Palau, ...
Slovakia... an, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania,, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom and (United States)
GreenlandOn September 30, 1897 Lieutenant Robert Peary brought six Inuit people fromto the American Museum of Natural History in New York, at the request of t ...
Carthage... r all to see. After the ceremonies, Maxentius' disembodied head was sent to; at this Carthage would offer no further resistance. Unlike his predecess ...
NetherlandsThe Western Scheldt in the province Zeeland in the southwestern, is the estuary of the Scheldt river. This river once had several estuari ...
Kyrgyzstan... in Russia. In 1999, there were 353,441 Germans in Kazakhstan and 21,472 in. According to the 2001 census, 33,300 Germans lived in
Assyria... hreatened Jerusalem. (; ) Ahaz appealed to Tiglath-Pileser III, the king of, for help. Ahaz's "dread" of Rezin and Pekah, "Son of Remaliah" is record ...
Kyrgyzstan... , Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, South Korea, Kuwait,, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania ...
Afghanistan... nder house arrest in Calcutta. However, he escaped and made his way throughto Germany to seek Axis help to raise an army to fight the British. Here, ...
PolishIn the 16th century theHanseatic trade city near the Baltic Sea had a large trade volume with Eng ...
Republic of Ireland... a bulletproof bus for the remainder of the tour of Northern Ireland and the. Mustaine later alleged that he had been misled by T-shirt bootleggers ab ...
Senegal... Moscow. Russia is represented in The Gambia through its embassy in Dakar ()
Namibia... er. Other notably foggy areas include coastal Chile (in the south), coastal, and the Severnaya Zemlya islands
Singapore... g Kong, Australia, Malaysia, Pakistan, GCC countries, Russia, South Africa,and Turkey. As of August 2008, more than 113 countries around the world, i ...
SomaliaIn, halva is known as halwo. A staple of Somali cuisine, it is a popular con ...
Orange Free State... ike of the United Kingdom, which had annexed the republics of Transvaal andin the Boer War. The Boers were descendants of early Dutch colonists, to w ...
Venezuela... undinamarca and educated in Bogotá. He then spent time in Cuba and Caracas,, returning in 1847. He founded a publishing house and a newspaper before ...
Portugal... ritories of France, Africa, North America, South America, Southern Europe :, Greece and South Italy, Near East and Middle East and the South Asia). T ...
Romania... taly, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Portugal,, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom and (United States)
Hungary... e: Andorra, Australia, Bahrain, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia,, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Micronesia, Monaco, Montenegro, Nauru, ...
Bangladesh... , allowing for the raising of crops through recessional agriculture. But in, which occupies the Ganges Delta, the advantages provided by the richness ...
United Kingdom... countries, France and Germany, with emerging markets growing in Japan, theand the United States
El Salvador... is a 1986 war drama film which tells the story of an American journalist incovering the Salvadoran civil war. While trying to get footage, he becomes ...
Duchy of Carinthia... ow on almost all sides lacked opportunities for expansion. The neighbouring, the large territories of the Archbishop of Salzburg, as well as a genera ...
Russia... eing incorporated into Kamchatka Krai on July 1, 2007, a federal subject of(an oblast). To the north, it bordered Magadan Oblast and Chukotka Autonom ...
Republic of Georgia... Union, at the Eliava Institute of Bacteriophage, Microbiology and Virology,. The development of antibacterial-resistant bacteria has sparked renewed ...
Spain... ed. A bronze statuette of this Heliopolitan Zeus was discovered at Tortosa,; another was found at Byblos in Phoenicia. A comparable iconic image is t ...
Norway... Walker. These sketches are sometimes published in Scandinavia, however. In, they've appeared in the Norwegian Beetle Bailey comic book, Billy, with ...
Roman Empire... y BC Britannia came to be used for Great Britain specifically. In AD 43 thebegan its conquest of the island, establishing a province they called Brit ...
Iran... ورسينا Pur Sina "son of Sina"; c. 980, Afshana near Bukhara– 1037, Hamadan,), commonly known as Ibn Sīnā or by his Latinized name Avicenna, was a Per ...
BurmaDuring World War II, Gambian troops fought with the Allies in. Banjul served as an air stop for the U.S. Army Air Corps and a port of c ...
Colombia... 25, 1812 – May 21, 1882) was a Colombian lawyer, writer, and journalist of
SloveniaHalva, called helava in Slovene, is a sweet widely consumed in. It became popular there when Slovenia had contact with the Ottoman Empir ...
Mexico... a large geographic area, from southern Brazil and Paraguay as far north asand the Caribbean Islands especially in Puerto Rico where they are also kn ...
Pakistan... dering Vietnam, Laos, and Burma in Southeast Asia; India, Bhutan, Nepal andin South Asia; Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan in Centr ...
Philippines... econd most important port, after Veracruz, due to its direct trade with the. This trade would focus on the yearly Manila Galleon, which was the nexus ...
BelarusThe other non-member states are: Andorra, Australia, Bahrain,, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithu ...
Siam... Souza and the East India Company, in exchange for military protection fromese and Burmese armies who were threatening Kedah. For Light, Penang was a ...
EnglandChristopher Tolkien was born in Leeds,, the third and youngest son of John Ronald Reuel Tolkien. He was educated ...
East TimorPortuguese Timor was the name ofwhen it was under Portuguese control. During this period, Portugal shared ...
Italy... Public Weal. The matter became more urgent after Charles VIII's invasion of(known as the First Peninsular War)
Lithuania... ustralia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Latvia,, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Tu ...
Russian Empire... reat's rule, the Catherinian Era, is often considered the Golden Age of theand the Russian nobility. The Manifesto on Freedom of the Nobility, issued ...
Israel... the Fourth Arab–Israeli War, was fought from October 6 to 25, 1973, betweenand a coalition of Arab states led by Egypt and Syria. The war began when ...
Belgium... own carriage to the dining car. On 15 July the same year during a visit toFerdinand also became the first head of state to fly in an airplane
MoldovaIn Romania and, the term halva is used to refer to a sunflower-based block confection so ...
Soviet UnionIn the late 20th century conflict between theand the United States, the charge of neocolonialism was often aimed at Wes ...
Portuguese... d era (750-1258) saw the rise of several settlements, including Murwab. Theruled from 1517 to 1538, when they lost to the Ottomans. In the 1732, the ...
Mexico... he Texas Revolution and a member of the Mier Expedition during the war with. When the courthouse in Cameron was completed later that year, county rec ...
BahrainThe other non-member states are: Andorra, Australia,, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Liechtenste ...
England... y town of Norfolk. During the 11th century, Norwich was the largest city inafter London, and one of the most important places in the kingdom. Until t ...
Malaysia... ts of the world, including the European Union, India, Hong Kong, Australia,, Pakistan, GCC countries, Russia, South Africa, Singapore and Turkey. As ...
Cuba... in the state of Cundinamarca and educated in Bogotá. He then spent time inand Caracas, Venezuela, returning in 1847. He founded a publishing house a ...
Soviet Union... iving in Russian Empire at 2,416,290. In 1989, the German population of thewas roughly 2 million. In the 2002 Russian census, 597,212 Germans were en ...
Philippines... h Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands,, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, United King ...
Scotland... which came to encompass the parts of the island south of Caledonia (roughly). The native Celtic inhabitants of the province are known as the Britons. ...
Syria... to 25, 1973, between Israel and a coalition of Arab states led by Egypt and. The war began when the coalition launched a joint surprise attack on Isr ...
Japan... lity (GEF), the World Bank, the United Nations Development Program, and theese Government. Australia later joined the coalition, donating US $1.5 mil ...
Denmark... Book" in order to promote reading (as the story was published in Norway andin 1993, one year prior to its first edition in the original English). Ros ...
Kuwait... l, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, South Korea,, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstei ...
SerbiaOn 11 October 1915, the Bulgarian army attackedafter signing a treaty with Austria-Hungary and Germany stating that Bulga ...
Puerto Rico... and Paraguay as far north as Mexico and the Caribbean Islands especially inwhere they are also known as "Gallina de palo" and they are very common th ...
British... scent Wahhabis of Arabia, and the Ottomans. The period also saw the rise ofpower in the Persian Gulf as a result of their growing interests in India. ...
Czech Republic... ther non-member states are: Andorra, Australia, Bahrain, Belarus, Bulgaria,, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Micronesia, Monaco, ...
Burmese... he East India Company, in exchange for military protection from Siamese andarmies who were threatening Kedah. For Light, Penang was a convenient maga ...
Indonesia... shared the island of Timor with the Netherlands East Indies, and later with
Netherlands... ulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania,, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine ...
Russian Empire... and in several waves. The 1914 census puts the number of Germans living inat 2,416,290. In 1989, the German population of the Soviet Union was rough ...
IndiaIFRS are used in many parts of the world, including the European Union,, Hong Kong, Australia, Malaysia, Pakistan, GCC countries, Russia, South A ...
BulgariaThe other non-member states are: Andorra, Australia, Bahrain, Belarus,, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Micr ...
Egypt... October 6 to 25, 1973, between Israel and a coalition of Arab states led byand Syria. The war began when the coalition launched a joint surprise atta ...
Uttar PradeshOmkara is a version in Hindi set in, starring Ajay Devgan as Omkara (Othello), Saif Ali Khan as Langda Tyagi ...
Norway... navia-based, European Disney publisher Egmont in reference to the fact thathad officially declared 1993 to be "The Year of The Book" in order to prom ...
Madagascar... continental Asia. Malagasy is a geographic outlier, spoken in the island ofin the Indian Ocean
Nauru... Hungary, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Micronesia, Monaco, Montenegro,, Palau, Poland, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia ...
UKReliable caliper-type disc brakes were developed in theby Dunlop and first appeared in 1953 on the Jaguar C-Type racing car. The ...
Austria-Hungary... ctober 1915, the Bulgarian army attacked Serbia after signing a treaty withand Germany stating that Bulgaria would gain the territory she sought at t ...
IsraelFile:Coptic Church in Jaffa.jpg|Coptic Church, Jaffa,File:StMarkCopticOrthodoxChurchBellaireTX0.JPG|Saint Mark Church, Bellaire ...
West FloridaEast Florida andwere new royal territories, transferred to Britain during the French and I ...
Japan... ical support: Australia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Italy,, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, ...
Israel... Sputnik in 1957 he had to play catchup in the space race. Eisenhower forced, the UK and France to end their invasion of Egypt during the Suez Crisis ...
Roman Republic... from equus "horse") was a member of the second highest social class in theand early Roman Empire. This class is often translated as "knight"; the me ...
Czech RepublicIn 1995 theamended its Citizenship Law to provide the Interior Ministry with the disc ...
Belgium... -Kreis, Rhein-Sieg, Ahrweiler, Daun, Bitburg-Prüm, and the Liège province ()
Canada... the west, New Orleans in the south, Washington, D.C., and north to Toronto,. The trip was "an unalloyed triumph", Pedro II making a deep impression o ...
Soviet Union... red and occupied since the 1967 Six-Day War. Both the United States and theinitiated massive resupply efforts to their respective allies during the w ...
Jordan... 1935 which led him and his followers in rebellion against King Abdullah of. And later at 1937, when they were forced to leave Jordan, Prince Rashed ...
SicilyIn 1853, Dunant visited Algeria, Tunisia, and, on assignment with a company devoted to the "colonies of Setif" (Compagn ...
EnglandIreland, Scotland,, Wales, Appalachia, and Newfoundland
Montenegro... ic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Micronesia, Monaco,, Nauru, Palau, Poland, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, S ...
SwedishNew Sweden (, ) was acolony along the Delaware River on the Mid-Atlantic coast of North America ...
Indonesian archipelagoOver the following three centuries, the Dutch would come to dominate thewith the exception of the eastern half of Timor, which would become Portug ...
CanadaThe Avon River is a river in Perth County, Ontario,. The river was named after the River Avon in England when the town of Str ...
Bavarian Soviet Republic... ook over the Bavarian government in Munich and declared the creation of the. The uprising was brutally attacked by Freikorps, which consisted mainly ...
Belgium... t way to the sea. It is an important shipping route to the Port of Antwerp,. Therefore, unlike the other sea arms, it is not closed by a dam as part ...
Spain... of Sheen's parents were immigrants, his father from Parderrubias, Galicia,; and his mother from Borrisokane, County Tipperary, Ireland. After moving ...
Niger... Congo, Idriss Déby, president of Chad, and Hamani Diori former president of
Laos... apan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, South Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan,, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxe ...
ScotlandIreland,, England, Wales, Appalachia, and Newfoundland
Italy... r political support: Australia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary,, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Ro ...
Kingdom of Iraq... Allies. However, in 1938, when an attack on a main British pipeline in thewas found to be connected to the German Ambassador, Dr. Fritz Grobba, Ibn ...
RomaniaInand Moldova, the term halva is used to refer to a sunflower-based block co ...
Syria... isting mainly of his mercenaries, Necho took the coast route Via Maris into, supported by his Mediterranean fleet along the shore, and proceeded thro ...
Latvia... Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, South Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos,, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, ...
Denmark... his simplicity and kindness. He then crossed the Atlantic, where he visited, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Ottoman Empire, Greece, the Holy Land, Egypt, I ...
Iran... s. Wisdom gained a celebrity status in lands as far apart as South America,and many Eastern Bloc countries, particularly in Albania, where his films ...
BelgiumRenowned for its coal and steel,has experienced strong industrial growth since the Middle Ages. For many y ...
Latvia... pport: Australia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Italy, Japan,, Lithuania, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia ...
British Mandate for PalestinePerlman was born in Tel Aviv,. His parents, Chaim and Shoshana Perlman, were natives of Poland and had ...
Roman Empire... a member of the second highest social class in the Roman Republic and early. This class is often translated as "knight"; the medieval knight, however ...
Roman... the River Tyne. The city developed in the area that was the location of thesettlement called Pons Aelius, though it owes its name to the castle built ...
Panama... rnia Gold Rush in the mid 19th century, with ships going to and coming fromstopping here
Algeria... onial nations, the relation with the French language is often more complex.n intellectual Kateb Yacine wrote in 1966 tha
Italian... iovanni Pico della Mirandola (; 24 February 1463 – 17 November 1494) was anRenaissance philosopher. He is famed for the events of 1486, when at the a ...
Democratic Republic of Armenia... quently, Yerevan became the capital and the centre of the newly-independent, although the members of the Armenian National Council were yet to stay i ...
Mauritius... s, especially on Mauritius. The dodo rampant appears on the coat of arms of. A smiling dodo is the symbol of the Brasseries de Bourbon, a popular bre ...
Roman rule... reinterpreted by Roman writers under the name of Mars. Greek writers underalso recorded cult practices and beliefs pertaining to Mars under the name ...
Palau... y, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Micronesia, Monaco, Montenegro, Nauru,, Poland, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South ...
Cyprus... Jewish immigration and illegal immigrants were placed in detention camps in, which increased the anger of the Jewish community towards the mandate go ...
England... lish Hanseatic trade city near the Baltic Sea had a large trade volume withand Scotland, and many English and Scots had come to live in Elbląg (see E ...
Belgian... 00 census, the township population was 10,813. It was named after the majorcity of Antwerp. Antwerp Township was established in 1837
Swedish... assed into the hands of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the south andrule in the north, the privileged status of the local German-speaking aris ...
India... and the Trans-Karakoram Tract, which are controlled by China and claimed by. None of these figures include the of territory ceded to China by followi ...
Benelux... d from wine production in 1979. Today, Madeira's primary markets are in thecountries, France and Germany, with emerging markets growing in Japan, the ...
Indonesia... s. This sustainable approach can be seen in Central Kalimantan and Sumatra,
Sicily... odern Belgrade) and Sirmium. During 442 Theodosius recalled his troops fromand ordered a large issue of new coins to finance operations against the H ...
Liechtenstein... alia, Bahrain, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia,, Lithuania, Micronesia, Monaco, Montenegro, Nauru, Palau, Poland, Russia, ...
Belgium... same time, in 1920, the districts of Eupen and Malmedy were transferred to(see German-Speaking Community of Belgium). Shortly after, France complete ...
Germany... skirchen is a Kreis (district) in the south-west of North Rhine-Westphalia,. Neighboring districts are Aachen, Düren, Rhein-Erft-Kreis, Rhein-Sieg, A ...
BelgiumAfter a hastened decolonization process of the Belgian Congo,continued to control, through The Société Générale de Belgique, an estimat ...
Lithuania... Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Liechtenstein,, Micronesia, Monaco, Montenegro, Nauru, Palau, Poland, Russia, San Marino ...
AlgeriaIn 1853, Dunant visited, Tunisia, and Sicily, on assignment with a company devoted to the "coloni ...
Kievan Rus'... traced to Slavic-speaking populations that were loosely organized under theempire beginning in the 10th century AD
Japan... the size of Japan, is just off the east coast of Russia, and just north of
Crown of CastileIn 1504, Philip's mother-in-law died, leaving theto Joanna. Isabella I's widower and former co-monarch, King Ferdinand II, ...
England... lly a part of the township. The village calls itself sister city to Oxford,. Oxford is located roughly from Flint and from Detroit
Scotland... but in such terms as to leave it uncertain as to whether Pelagius was fromor . He was certainly well known in the Roman province, both for the harsh ...
Ethiopia... ee plant grows wild in such widely separated places as Liberia and southern. The higher mountains have a special flora showing close agreement over w ...
Mauritius... esiding on the island of Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean, were expelled toin the 1960s, in connection with the erection of an American strategic mil ...
Denmark... gnificant troops or political support: Australia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic,, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Philippines, Pola ...
Sicily... 0), a Lombard merchant's son, was the third of the great admirals of Norman. The Basilica di San Nicola was founded in 1087 to receive the relics of ...
PakistanHalva inis similar to that in India. There are various types of halva category swe ...
New Zealand... ean Kiribati will be inundated. Paul Kench at the University of Auckland inand Arthur Webb at the South Pacific Applied Geoscience Commission in Fiji ...
France... ion in 1979. Today, Madeira's primary markets are in the Benelux countries,and Germany, with emerging markets growing in Japan, the United Kingdom an ...
BermudaInand the Bahamas local leaders were angry at the food shortages caused by B ...
Fiji... aland and Arthur Webb at the South Pacific Applied Geoscience Commission inreleased a study in 2010 on the dynamic response of reef islands to sea le ...
TunisiaIn 1853, Dunant visited Algeria,, and Sicily, on assignment with a company devoted to the "colonies of Set ...
Sierra Leone... former colonies, and has been seen again following British intervention in. on the other hand, it was Nigeria that first intervened in Sierra Leone
Monaco... h Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Micronesia,, Montenegro, Nauru, Palau, Poland, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Singapore, ...
Canada... s, glaciers, and peaks of the Coast Mountains. An international border with(British Columbia) runs along the crest of the Boundary Ranges of the Coas ...
Russia... electric boat was developed by Moritz von Jacobi in 1839 in St Petersburg,- a boat which carried 14 passengers at 3 mph. It was successfully demonst ...
Madagascar... he demoralizing news that Port Arthur had fallen reached the fleet while at. Admiral Rozhestvensky's only hope now was to reach the port of Vladivost ...
PolandThe Scottish Reformed Church in Elbląg, Royal Prussia,, was founded by Scottish emigrants to Elbląg
Germany... . Today, Madeira's primary markets are in the Benelux countries, France and, with emerging markets growing in Japan, the United Kingdom and the Unite ...
Hungary... troops or political support: Australia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark,, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Portu ...
Republic of China... ded that the People's Republic of China reject the use of force against the, but, much to his shock, the Carter administration did not ask them to ru ...
Lebanon... t the polished blocks of stone for Solomon's temple were sent by Hiram fromor Tyre is not supported by any evidence (comp. 1 Kings 5:8). Hiram sent m ...
Panama... cattered groups of Muiscas were present in the Darién region (in modern day), a coastal region in the far north of Antioquia. However, there are no h ...
Kuwait... ccupation of Basra in 1777 many merchants and families moved from Basra andto Zubarah. After this movement, Zubarah became a thriving center of trade ...
LithuaniaLatvia cooperates with Estonia andin the joint infantry battalion BALTBAT and naval squadron BALTRON which a ...
Russia... Chamber Orchestra have toured many countries including Denmark, Hong Kong,, the British Isles, and Central Europe. The Symphonic Band is also an ens ...
Brazil... n China, India and the United States, as well as Nutrilite organic farms in, Mexico and the United States (California and Washington State). Amway br ...
Hungary... us newspapers and signed by the leaders of Britain, Spain, Italy, Portugal,, Poland, Denmark and the Czech Republic showed support for the US, saying ...
Norwegian... the International Red Cross Movement and initiating the Geneva Convention.military physician Hans Daae, who had received a copy of Müller's book, ad ...
Sikkim... ore in 1951, and Pondicherry and its remaining Indian colonies in 1956, andvoted to join the Indian Union in 1975
DenmarkThe Nordic countries, with the exception of, have had a strong temperance movement since the late 1800s, closely link ...
Portuguese... ts main commodity. The first European powers to arrive in the area were thein the early sixteenth century followed by the Dutch in the late sixteenth ...
Switzerland... s were by Bow Wow in 1978 in Hong Kong and at the Montreux Jazz Festival in, as well played at the Reading Festival in England in 1982. In 1983 Loudn ...
LebanonBaalbek (; / ALA-LC: Ba‘albak) is a town in the Beqaa Valley ofsituated east of the Litani River. It is famous for its exquisitely detail ...
FranceAlkanet is grown in the south ofand on the shores of the Levant. It has a dark red root of blackish appear ...
French... (GIMD, Groupe Dassault, or the Groupe Industriel Marcel Dassault S.A.) is agroup of companies led by Serge Dassault
Spain... quickly rose in all the great centres of population in England, France and. The number of these monasteries founded between AD 520 and 700 is amazin ...
FranceThe Aude River (Latin Atax) is a river of southwestern. Its source is in the Pyrenees mountains and it then runs to Carcassonne ...
Zimbabwe... Government was forced to rely on assistance from Angola, Chad, Namibia and. As well as providing expeditionary forces, these countries unsuccessfull ...
England... cklands is the semi-official name for an area in east and southeast London,. It forms part of the boroughs of Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Newham and Gr ...
Egypt... to be the capital of his empire. Actually, he built it to be the capital ofbut not of the entire empire. Babylon was the capital of Alexander's empir ...
Denmark... 's Wind Symphony and Chamber Orchestra have toured many countries including, Hong Kong, Russia, the British Isles, and Central Europe. The Symphonic ...
Northern Ireland... into a mermaid when her country was flooded (today the Lough Neagh lake in). She lived under the sea with her dog (who in the flood became an otter) ...
Khmer Republic... ny form other than air power, announced its support of the newly-proclaimed
NiueMembers of IFAD are 162 of the UN members, along with Cook Islands and, and they are classified as follows: List A (primarily OECD members); Lis ...
Scotland... r officer over a French courtesan led to his being temporarily stationed in. There he met and deflowered Elspeth Morrison, daughter of a wealthy text ...
Italy... released to various newspapers and signed by the leaders of Britain, Spain,, Portugal, Hungary, Poland, Denmark and the Czech Republic showed support ...
France... t, and they quickly rose in all the great centres of population in England,and Spain. The number of these monasteries founded between AD 520 and 700 ...
EstoniaLatvia cooperates withand Lithuania in the joint infantry battalion BALTBAT and naval squadron B ...
Libyahas had no railway in operation since 1965, all previous narrow gauge line ...
Lesotho... article concerns systems of transport in Lesotho. As a landlocked country,has no seaports or harbours, but does possess road, air, and limited rail ...
Roman... eligion, Segomo ("victor, mighty one") was a war god worshipped in Gaul. Intimes he was equated with Mars and Hercules. He may be related to Cocidius ...
Brazil... of these tribes–historical evidence suggests that both groups migrated from
Hong Kong... ymphony and Chamber Orchestra have toured many countries including Denmark,, Russia, the British Isles, and Central Europe. The Symphonic Band is als ...
Portugal... d to various newspapers and signed by the leaders of Britain, Spain, Italy,, Hungary, Poland, Denmark and the Czech Republic showed support for the U ...
Oman... ately 22% of the country's population. The traditional economy of Baluch inis based on a combination of trade, farming and semi-nomadic shepherding
EgyptIn the Old Kingdom of, the Egyptian pyramids were constructed and would remain the tallest and ...
Philippines... , China shares maritime boundaries with South Korea, Japan, Vietnam and the. The PRC and the Republic of China (Taiwan) make mutual claims over each ...
Kingdom of England... nst Austria's Charles, lasted for almost 14 years. The Kingdom of Portugal,, Scotland, Ireland and the majority of the Holy Roman Empire endorsed Cha ...
Scotland... y Sir John Sinclair in his Husbandry of Scotland to have been introduced toaround 1781–1782. An article on the topic in The Gardeners' Chronicle sugg ...
North Korea... y forces, these countries unsuccessfully attempted to retrain the DRC Army.and Tanzania also provided assistance with training. During the first year ...
Panama... r egg laying, apart from defending the nesting burrow during excavation. In, the Green iguana has been observed sharing nest sites with American croc ...
Cook IslandsMembers of IFAD are 162 of the UN members, along withand Niue, and they are classified as follows: List A (primarily OECD membe ...
Mag MellIn Irish mythology, Tethra of the Fomorians ruledafter dying in the Second Battle of Mag Tuiredh
Falkland Islands... tting as a naval transport. She then made two routine return voyages to the, the first to deliver provisions and the second to bring home the British ...
Afghanistan... ry much unwanted) favour of assigning him as aide to General Elphinstone in. Flashman survived the ensuing debacle by a mixture of sheer luck and uns ...
SwedenIn 1914,put in place a rationing system, the Bratt System, in force until 1955. Ho ...
Brazil... over 187 million making it the world's sixth most-populous country, behindand ahead of Bangladesh. During 1950–2011, Pakistan's urban population exp ...
South Africa... rcourse with the interior. Game reserves have, however, been established in, British Central Africa, British East Africa, Somaliland, etc., while mea ...
Assyria... he whole of Mesopotamia and beyond. It would not be surpassed in size untiln times 1500 years later
Poland... in the invasion of Iraq: the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and. Other countries have provided logistical and intelligence support, chemi ...
Madagascar... altic Sea to the Pacific via the Cape of Good Hope. After a port of call at, then Cam Ranh Bay (later part of South Vietnam), Rozhestvensky finally r ...
Zimbabwe Rhodesia... imbabwe Rhodesia, leading support for the Internal Settlement government in, under Abel Muzorewa, and campaigned along with Samuel Hayakawa for the i ...
Egypt... s mother is of Greek, Maltese, and Croatian descent, Her father was born into an originally Jewish family who were of Spanish, Swiss, and ancestry
Russia... ld in Sweden. It is often considered to have originated from Scandinavia or. It is said to have been widely introduced to Britain around the end of t ...
Monaco... house in Angra dos Reis, Brazil, an apartment in São Paulo, an apartment in, and a house in Algarve, Portugal
Kenya... the Republic of Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan,, Kiribati, South Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesoth ...
People's Republic of China... torically, China and Somalia had a strong trading tie. In recent years, thehas built increasingly stronger ties with African nations. China is curren ...
GermanJohann Heinrich Daniel Zschokke (22 March 1771 – 27 June 1848) was aauthor and reformer. Most of his life was spent, and most of his reputatio ...
Spain... tement released to various newspapers and signed by the leaders of Britain,, Italy, Portugal, Hungary, Poland, Denmark and the Czech Republic showed ...
Honduras... iguana has been observed sharing nest sites with American crocodiles and inwith Spectacled Caimans
Portuguese... . 1451 – 29 May 1500 ), a nobleman of the Portuguese royal household, was aexplorer. He sailed around the southernmost tip of Africa in 1488, the fir ...
Belgian... iving reinforcements, fuel, and ammunition. Peiper’s men murdered about 100civilians
Lithuania... ons of indeterminacy in art, through works such as 4' 33", which influencedn-born artist George Maciunas. Maciunas (1931–1978) organized the first Fl ...
IcelandIn 1915,instituted total prohibition. The ban for wine and spirits was lifted in 1 ...
Brazil... ne of the world's largest natural wetlands is the Pantanal, which straddles, Bolivia, and Paraguay in South America
ItalyA second later embassy was unsuccessful; the enemy entered; and Milan was taken. Justina and her son fled; but Ambrose remained at h ...
Nigeria... ntal organization based in Ghana. The organization has a presence in Ghana,, Cote d’Ivoire, Liberia and Sierra Leone. Regional leaders of nonviolent ...
MongoliaIn 1920, Andrews began planning for expeditions toand drove a fleet of Dodge cars westward from Peking. In 1922, the party d ...
Hong Kong... ajor exposure. First oversease live performances were by Bow Wow in 1978 inand at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, as well played at the Re ...
SovietFollowing the 1945 defection ofcipher clerk, Igor Gouzenko and his revelations of espionage, the RCMP Sec ...
Switzerland... e of materials other than paper, such as embossed foil (sometimes of gold).made a stamp that contained a bit of lace and one of wood. The United Stat ...
Ethiopia... eneral (or soldier and former slave) Abraha with the support of disgruntledn soldiers. According to the later Arabic sources, Kaleb retaliated by sen ...
GuatemalaGreen Iguanas fromand southern Mexico predominantly have small horns on their snouts between ...
Iraq... Central Asia as well as the Buyid dynasty in the western part of Persia andprovided a thriving atmosphere for scholarly and cultural development. Und ...
Canada... os Coptic Orthodox Church.jpg|Saint Mina & Saint Cyril Church, Mississauga,File:Mary and Shenouda Coulsdon 045.jpg|Saint Mary & Saint Shenouda Church ...
United Kingdom... t forces directly participating in the invasion of Iraq: the United States,, Australia, and Poland. Other countries have provided logistical and inte ...
ItalyThe strategic policy of IFAD is detailed in . Its headquarters is in Rome,and is a member of the
Ghana... women-focused, women-led Pan-African non-governmental organization based in. The organization has a presence in Ghana, Nigeria, Cote d’Ivoire, Liberi ...
Assyria... , so that temples to him are found in all the large cities of Babylonia and. A sanctuary for Sin with Syriac inscriptions invoking his name dating to ...
Algeria... ghreb immigrated in the 1960s and early 1970s from North Africa, especially(following the end of French rule there) . One million European pieds noir ...
Roman... eries follows the exploits of a village of indomitable Gauls as they resistoccupation. They do so by means of a magic potion, brewed by their druid, ...
Mexico... f Brownsville is a major economic hub for South Texas, where shipments from, other parts of the United States and the world arrive. Brownsville's eco ...
Pakistan's estimated population in 2011 is over 187 million making it the world's ...
Japan(March 22, 1212 – August 31, 1234) was the 86th emperor of, according to the traditional order of succession. This reign spanned the ...
SomaliaHistorically, China andhad a strong trading tie. In recent years, the People's Republic of China ...
FinlandIn 1919,enacted prohibition, as one of the first acts after independence from the ...
Netherlands... koog (; ) is an island, a municipality, and a national park in the northern. Schiermonnikoog is one of the West Frisian Islands, and is part of the p ...
United Arab Emirates... Nicholas F. Seebeck and (2) stamps produced for the component states of the. Seebeck operated in the 1890s as an agent of Hamilton Bank Note Company. ...
Republic of LatviaNational Armed Forces are the unified armed forces of the. Latvia's defense concept is based upon a rapid response force composed o ...
IranIn Afghanistan, Turkey and, after the burial ceremony, on the seventh and fortieth day following the ...
RussiaSeveral churches and monasteries in Europe, for instance, in Germany and, have been modeled on the Church of the Resurrection, some even reproduci ...
Netherlands... te overcame Dutch border guards and spearheaded the German advance into the, and the Der Führer advanced towards Utrecht. The following day the rest ...
Sicily... d the Mediterranean and Black Sea basins, establishing Greek city states in, southern Italy, northern Libya, eastern Spain, the south of France, and ...
Russian Empire... d enacted prohibition, as one of the first acts after independence from the. Four previous attempts to institute prohibition in the early 20th centur ...
Soviet-backed government... soud "the Afghan who won the Cold War". After the collapse of the communistof Mohammad Najibullah in 1992, Massoud became the Minister of Defense und ...
Soviet... w from the conclusion of several British governments that in the event of anuclear attack on the UK alone, as had been threatened in late 1950s by So ...
Russia... ited States Department of Agriculture (USDA) as a crop explorer. He went toto find other wheat varieties and worked with Kansas State University rese ...
Canada... peg is a large, lake in central North America, in the province of Manitoba,, with its southern tip about north of the city of Winnipeg. It is the lar ...
Soviet... d from that point onwards the composition of the airline's fleet shifted to-produced aircraft only. In 1955 LOT inaugurated new services to Moscow an ...
Italy... Lombard) is a town and comune in the province of Pavia, Lombardy, northern, which possesses many artistic treasures and runs a huge industrial busin ...
Scotland... fiercely loyal brothers Ardan and Ainnle, the sons of Uisnech, they fled to. For a while, they lived a happy life there, hunting and fishing and livi ...
Angola... as ineffective and the DRC Government was forced to rely on assistance from, Chad, Namibia and Zimbabwe. As well as providing expeditionary forces, t ...
France... ion of Switzerland (cantons of Vaud, Geneva, and Valais), and 40.47 % under(Haute-Savoie). The average surface elevation of above sea level is contro ...
SenegalInternational: country code - 220; microwave radio relay links toand Guinea-Bissau; satellite earth station - 1 Intelsat (Atlantic Ocean) ( ...
Soviet... the British Polaris missile warheads. Devised as an answer to the improveddefences around Moscow, the system was intended to increase the probabilit ...
Mexico... rive. Brownsville's economy is mainly based on its international trade withthrough the NAFTA agreement, and is home to one of the fastest growing man ...
NetherlandsBergen op Zoom is a municipality and a city located in the south of the
Germany... is found throughout their former territory in and around what is now Trier,. She is also attested in Bath, England, where an altar to her was dedicat ...
AfghanistanIn, Turkey and Iran, after the burial ceremony, on the seventh and fortieth ...
Dominican Republic... , possibly due to the substantially high port fees compared to ports in the
JordanSela is identified with the ruins of Sela, east of Tafileh in(identified as biblical Tophel) and near Bozrah, all Edomite cities in the ...
Ukraine... al crop. Warkentin organized mills in central Kansas and imported seed fromto meet growing demand. Carleton worked for the United States Department o ...
France... Island, Antarctica). Eupterornis from the Paleocene of Châlons-sur-Vesle () has some features reminiscent of loons, but others seem more similar to ...
ScotlandNew Zealand is said to have more pipebands than; historical links are maintained by Caledonian Societies throughout the c ...
NorwayIn 1916,prohibited distilled beverages, and in 1917 the prohibition was extended t ...
The GambiaCommunications in
Bangladesh... king it the world's sixth most-populous country, behind Brazil and ahead of. During 1950–2011, Pakistan's urban population expanded over sevenfold, w ...
South AfricaPrince Willem-Alexander and his wife travelled toto support the national team during the 2010 FIFA World Cup, and were show ...
Afghanistan... e Chagai, Khuzdar, Kharan districts of Balochistan and in southern parts of, speak Brahui. The Muhammad Hasni tribe speak Brahui, Balochi and some ot ...
Canada... ampionship has been played on Roulston Lake in Plaster Rock, New Brunswick,. Since 2006, the U.S. Pond Hockey Championships have been played in Minne ...
Netherlands(Dutch Low Saxon: Armelo or Armel) is a municipality and a town in the, in the province of Gelderland in the Veluwe area with a population of ov ...
Philippines... by the high school and college fraternity Scouts Royale Brotherhood of the. Marc-André Fleury, a Canadian ice hockey goaltender, has a fleur-de-lis ...
Kiribati... the longest islands chains of the world. Eight of the islands form part of, while the remaining three are United States territories grouped with the ...
Alsace-Lorraine... dustrial exports, the loss of supplies in raw materials and foodstuffs from, Polish districts and the colonies, along with worsening debt balances, b ...
Liberia... in Ghana. The organization has a presence in Ghana, Nigeria, Cote d’Ivoire,and Sierra Leone. Regional leaders of nonviolent resistance include Leymah ...
Italy... 9, he was witness to the aftermath of the Battle of Solferino in modern day. He recorded his memories and experiences in the book A Memory of Solferi ...
Yemen... dures are: Bahamas (approved in 2008), Marshall Islands (approved 2009) and(1977 signatory)
United Kingdom... , Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine,and (United States)
Kazakhstan... , Nepal and Pakistan in South Asia; Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan andin Central Asia; a small section of Russian Altai and Mongolia in Inner As ...
Guinea-Bissau... ternational: country code - 220; microwave radio relay links to Senegal and; satellite earth station - 1 Intelsat (Atlantic Ocean) (2007
Netherlands... f the division behind the line in Münster, awaiting the order to invade the. The SS Totenkopf and Polizei Divisions were held in reserve
Sierra Leone... e organization has a presence in Ghana, Nigeria, Cote d’Ivoire, Liberia and. Regional leaders of nonviolent resistance include Leymah Gbowee, Comfort ...
GermanySeveral churches and monasteries in Europe, for instance, inand Russia, have been modeled on the Church of the Resurrection, some even ...
GermanyBad Doberan is a former district in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern,. It was named after its largest town, Bad Doberan, the German Bad meaning ...
AndorraThe other non-member states are:, Australia, Bahrain, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, ...
Netherlands... tinchem (Low Saxon: Deutekem) is a city and municipality in the east of the. It is situated along the Oude IJssel (Old IJssel) river in a part of the ...
Kuwait... s a key motivator for him and persuaded him to return back to the Najd fromand regain the land of his family. She was well educated in Islam and was ...
Israel... e Middle East to support Egypt and Syria, which were in a state of war with; they shot down ten Israeli planes in the Six-Day War. In 1979, at the re ...
Soviet UnionIn part spurred by the collapse of theand the resultant lack of donor support from the superpower, as well as an ...
England... eux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, as well played at the Reading Festival inin 1982. In 1983 Loudness toured United States and Europe, and started foc ...
Sudan... ent. The film has been used as an advocacy tool in post-conflict zones likeand Zimbabwe, mobilizing African women to petition for peace and security
Spain... ishing Greek city states in Sicily, southern Italy, northern Libya, eastern, the south of France, and the Black Sea coasts. Greeks founded more than ...
Namibia... and the DRC Government was forced to rely on assistance from Angola, Chad,and Zimbabwe. As well as providing expeditionary forces, these countries u ...
Russia... experimental 1929 silent documentary film, with no story and no actors, byn director Dziga Vertov, edited by his wife
Canada... ss Coptic Orthodox Church.JPG|Saint Georges & Saint Rueiss Church, Toronto,File:Saint Mina and Saint Kyrillos Coptic Orthodox Church.jpg|Saint Mina & ...
BrazilFrom 1956 to 1967, DKW cars were made inby the local company Vemag (Veículos e Máquinas Agrícolas S.A.). The first ...
Confederate... sed as a training camp, a military hospital, and a prison camp for capturedsoldiers. After the war ended, the Camp Randall site was absorbed into the ...
Republic of Ireland... ion (GAA) in Ireland in 1884. The game is still regulated by the GAA in theand Northern Ireland. In Great Britain it is regulated by the National Rou ...
People's Republic of China... d used it to build the bunker, since he feared that the Soviet Union or thewould launch nuclear weapons towards the United States. Kung bought hundre ...
Marshall Islands... yet finished their ratification procedures are: Bahamas (approved in 2008),(approved 2009) and Yemen (1977 signatory)
Ukraine... therlands, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey,, United Kingdom and (United States)
Belgium... bove the Moerdijk (meaning "north of Moerdijk") is used as an expression inand the southern parts of the Netherlands to mean "in the Netherlands" or ...
Spain... , Lithuania, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia,, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom and (United States)
Solomon Islands... e to Nauru International Airport, connecting to Honiara, the capital of the, and further to Brisbane, Australia
Soviet Union... orp. in the 1970s and used it to build the bunker, since he feared that theor the People's Republic of China would launch nuclear weapons towards the ...
Dutch East Indies... off the island of Savu, Endeavour sailed on to Batavia, the capital of the, on 10 October. A day later the ship was struck by lightning during a sud ...
Japan... tatuettes of household deities were also cast with this type of material in, and probably also in China
Uganda... s on his government and complaining of the inconsistency of lifting them onimmediately after Idi Amin's departure, but not Zimbabwe Rhodesia after Ia ...
Chile... aran Africa and Asia. And in the 1970s, a small but well publicized wave ofan and Argentine political refugees (see Chilean coup of 1973) found asylu ...
SwedenLysator is an academic computer club at Linköping University,with almost 600 members. It is an independent non-profit society, separate ...
Prussia... from until her death at the age of 67. She was born in Stettin, Pomerania,as Sophie Friederike Auguste von Anhalt-Zerbst-Dornburg, and came to power ...
Kiribati... ublic of Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya,, South Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia ...
North Korea... n of Russian Altai and Mongolia in Inner Asia; and the Russian Far East andin Northeast Asia
Libya... basins, establishing Greek city states in Sicily, southern Italy, northern, eastern Spain, the south of France, and the Black Sea coasts. Greeks fou ...
Britain... rgest atoll in the world in terms of land area. The islands were annexed byin 1888 with a view to laying the Pacific cable with Tabuaeran (then Fanni ...
Turkmenistan... rrigation project was completed to divert water from the Amu Darya River ineastward into Uzbekistan in order to irrigate the land surrounding Qarshi. ...
Norway... ernment monopolies in place for selling spirits, wine and stronger beers in(Vinmonopolet), Sweden (Systembolaget), Iceland (Vínbúðin) and Finland (Al ...
Japan... he 17th century. Koi, on the other hand, were developed from common carp inin the 1820s. Koi are domesticated common carp (Cyprinus carpio) that are ...
Israel... lso written by Ben Hecht, to help promote the creation of a Jewish state in. Directed by Stella Adler's brother and acted alongside Marlon Brando. Te ...
Confederate... e killed on their way to Mexico during the Civil War. They were attacked byforces near Brackettville on August 10, 1862. The bodies were not buried a ...
GreenlandIslands include Newfoundland (including hundreds of surrounding islands),, Iceland, Faroe Islands, Great Britain (including numerous surrounding is ...
Indonesia... million years ago, many species and ecosystems have evolved independently.'s 17,000 islands cover contain 10% of the world's flowering plants, 12% o ...
Soviet UnionIn 1963, Nkrumah was awarded the Lenin Peace Prize by the. Ghana became a charter member of the Organization of African Unity in 19 ...
Sweden... SekvensKalkylator, Swedish for "Binary Electronic Sequence Calculator") was's first electronic computer, using vacuum tubes instead of relays. It was ...
Switzerland... ment declined to make him a full professor, and in 1796 Zschokke settled in, where he conducted an educational institution in the castle of Reichenau ...
Russian Empire... Yerevan was transformed from a town of a few thousand residents within the, to Armenia's principal cultural, artistic, and industrial center, as wel ...
Colombia... the Negro River, the Amazon is called Solimões in Brazil; however, in Peru,and Ecuador, as well as the rest of the Spanish-speaking world, the river ...
SwedenIts common name inis kålrot (literally "cabbage root"), similarly in Denmark it is known as ...
Egypt... d is one of the oldest extant bodies of historical personages known outside
Kazakhstan... nian and those from the three Slavic states in the Soviet Union. As of now,have the largest Slavic minority population, with all if not most, being R ...
Azores... attacked in Gouvea, Alentejo, Olivença, Santarém, and other places. In theand the island of Madeira, mobs massacred former Jews. Because of these ex ...
Duchy of Benevento... tories between his brother's kingdoms, stretching from the North Sea to the. The logic of the division was that Lothair had the allegiance of Italy, ...
Brazil... stead continuing to calculate mail rates based on distance to be delivered.issued the Bull’s Eye stamp on 1 August 1843. Using the same printer as fo ...
Japan... ism also deeply influenced and were expounded upon by scholars in Korea and
Slovenia... , the Eastern European "Vilnius ten" countries, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania,, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, —all now members of the EU—, Albania, Croat ...
French... for the novel Frankenstein. Vladimir Lenin rented a little "chalet" at thebank, near Geneva. Actor Charlie Chaplin spent his final years and passed ...
Brazil... adeira, with the wine's popularity extending from the American colonies andin the New World to Great Britain, Russia and Northern Africa. The America ...
RussiaScouts in then oblast of Magadan have a relationship with the Great Alaska Council
United Kingdom... h.org.uk - 98611.jpg|Saint Mary and Saint Abraam Church, Brighton and Hove,File:HeatonMoorRd4496.JPG|Saint Mary & Saint Mina Church, Heaton Moor, Uni ...
Northern Ireland... 1884. The game is still regulated by the GAA in the Republic of Ireland and. In Great Britain it is regulated by the National Rounders Association (N ...
Ostrogothic KingdomAfter the fall of the Roman Empire, the city passed into the hands of theof Italy and then the Byzantine Empire. During this period the inhabitants ...
Soviet Union... ring the 20th century as Armenia became one of the fifteen republics in the. In fifty years, Yerevan was transformed from a town of a few thousand re ...
Brazil... , above the confluence of the Negro River, the Amazon is called Solimões in; however, in Peru, Colombia and Ecuador, as well as the rest of the Spani ...
Zimbabwe... ilm has been used as an advocacy tool in post-conflict zones like Sudan and, mobilizing African women to petition for peace and security
Jordan... es. In some relatively secular Muslim-majority countries such as Indonesia,and Turkey, this is not the case
People's Republic of Poland... om Poland as the Soviet Red Army advanced, which led to the creation of the
Soviet Union... so being Russian or Ukrainian and those from the three Slavic states in the. As of now, Kazakhstan have the largest Slavic minority population, with ...
NauruInternationally, Our Airline, the national airline of, also provides a weekly service on behalf of Air Kiribati from Tarawa to ...
Austria... ch people. The first attempt to crush the French Republic came in 1793 when, the Kingdom of Sardinia, the Kingdom of Naples, Prussia, Spain and the K ...
Sri Lanka... hanushkodi was a flourishing tourist and pilgrimage town. Since Ceylon (now) is just away, there were many ferry services between Dhanushkodi and Tal ...
Slovakia... ment of Austro-Hungarian high nobility and also in their ancestral lands inand in Germany. The Koháry descended from an immensely wealthy Upper Hunga ...
England... James I of England, and so brought under his personal rule the Kingdoms of(and the dominion of Wales), Ireland and Scotland. On 20 October 1604 King ...
CanadianCatriona Ann Le May Doan, OC (born December 23, 1970) is aspeed skater and a double Olympic champion in the 500 m. The proper pronun ...
Uruguay... urn its attention to its southern frontiers. Another civil war had begun inturning its political parties against each other. The internal conflict le ...
New Zealand... rutabaga in many Commonwealth Nations, including England, Wales, Australia,. The name turnip is also used in parts of Northern and Midland England, O ...
Germany... stern Netherlands (Achterhoek region), situated directly at the border with. Since 1 January 2005, Dinxperlo is a part of the municipality of Aalten
Emirate of BariFor 20 years, Bari was the center of the; the city was captured by its first emir Kalfun in 847, who had been part ...
United Kingdomdefence of Bermuda is the responsibility of theAdapted from the CIA World Factbook 2000
SwedenRoxen is a medium-sized lake in south central, east of lake Vättern, part of the waterpath Motala ström and the Göta Ca ...
Egypt... from Petra the tide seems again to have branched out in every direction, to, Palestine, and Syria, through Arsinoe, Gaza, Tyre, Jerusalem, and Damasc ...
Switzerland... gest lakes in Western Europe. 59.53 % of it comes under the jurisdiction of(cantons of Vaud, Geneva, and Valais), and 40.47 % under France (Haute-Sav ...
United KingdomAt its peak, the Electron was the third best selling micro in the, and total lifetime game sales for the Electron exceeded those of the BBC ...
People's Republic of ChinaMao Zedong, chairman of the, was reviled for his persecution of intellectuals. On being compared to t ...
NetherlandsMoerdijk is a municipality and a town in the South of the, in the province of North Brabant
Canada... lford, Sr. and Ambrose Blacklock all of whom made their mark politically in. Malcolm H. Wright was also born in Dumfries, father of Sophie B. Wright ...
Russia... ng from the American colonies and Brazil in the New World to Great Britain,and Northern Africa. The American colonies, in particular, were enthusiast ...
Bahrain... sula was close enough to the Dilmun civilization (ca. 4000 to 2000 B.C.) into have felt its influence
LithuaniaLater, the Eastern European "Vilnius ten" countries, Estonia, Latvia,, Slovenia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, —all now members of the EU—, Alba ...
Netherlandsin the southern, in the province of North Brabant. Schijndel is located approximately fou ...
Netherlandsis a municipality and a city in the eastern. It is also a (historical) county; with the Dutch Monarch still holding t ...
SwitzerlandLake Geneva or Lake Léman (, ) is a lake inand France. It is one of the largest lakes in Western Europe. 59.53 % of i ...
Japan... d, India, Indonesia, Iran, the Republic of Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica,, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, South Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, La ...
Netherlands... municipality and eponymous village in the province of North Brabant in the. Including the villages of Liessel, Vlierden, Neerkant, and Helenaveen, D ...
Swedish... mden occurred along the banks of the Delaware River where the Dutch and thevied for control of the local fur trade. Europeans continued to settle in ...
Tunisia... 4 million of Maghrebi origin (20% of Algerian origin and 15% of Moroccan orn origin). Immigrants aged 18–50 count for 2.7 millions (10% of population ...
FranceLake Geneva or Lake Léman (, ) is a lake in Switzerland and. It is one of the largest lakes in Western Europe. 59.53 % of it comes un ...
Bermudadefence ofis the responsibility of the United Kingdo
United KingdomFile:HeatonMoorRd4496.JPG|Saint Mary & Saint Mina Church, Heaton Moor,File:HeatonMoorRd4499.JPG|Saint Mary & Saint Mina Church, Heaton Moor, Uni ...
Egypt... its sovereignty, and Zula with the neighbouring coast passed, nominally, toin 1866. Zula was the place where the British expedition of 1867 – 1868 ag ...
Algeria... llion are of European origin and about 4 million of Maghrebi origin (20% ofn origin and 15% of Moroccan or Tunisian origin). Immigrants aged 18–50 co ...
Dutch... is well known as the site of numerous shipwrecks, the most famous being theships Batavia, which was wrecked in 1629, and Zeewijk, wrecked in 1727
Yemen... Persian Gulf, from Hadhramaut on the ocean, and even from Sabea (Sheba) or, appear to have pointed to Petra as a common centre; and from Petra the t ...
Russia... oslof and Buldir islands in the United States, and the Commander Islands in. On these islands, it shares some of the same cliff habitat as the Black- ...
Dutch... present-day Camden occurred along the banks of the Delaware River where theand the Swedish vied for control of the local fur trade. Europeans continu ...
NetherlandsMaasdonk is a municipality in the southern
Soviet... ns leading to the Madrid Conference of 1991, which, under United States andsponsorship, brought together all parties in the region, including for the ...
Canada... ats of the 4 x 100 metres relay team that eventually finished second behind. He qualified for his first major international tournament in 1997, and w ...
Japan... e West Coast of North America and Central America, some extending west intoese and Russian waters
United Kingdom... developed. Ghost koi developed in the 1980s have become very popular in the; they are a hybrid of wild carp and Ogon koi, and are distinguished by th ...
Russia... of North America and Central America, some extending west into Japanese andn waters
Bulgaria... milian Karl Leopold Maria of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha-Koháry, was the ruler offrom 1887 to 1918, first as knyaz (prince regnant, 1887–1908) and later as ...
NetherlandsMill en Sint Hubert is a municipality in the southern
NetherlandsLoenen is a former municipality in the, in the province of Utrecht. It was in the Vechtstreek area. On January 1 ...
New Zealand... d kiwifruit has long been regularly used as a garnish atop whipped cream on's national dessert, the pavlova. It can also be used in curry
NetherlandsDinxperlo is a town and former municipality (7442 habitants) in the eastern(Achterhoek region), situated directly at the border with Germany. Since 1 ...
United Kingdom... the democratic process of their country through voting at elections. In the, many voters consider 'Prime Minister's Questions', a weekly ritual invol ...
Sri LankaDhanushkodi has the only land border between India andwhich is one of the smallest in the world-just 50 yards in length on a sho ...
Democratic Republic of Armenia... e of the Ararat plain. After World War I, Yerevan became the capital of theas thousands of survivors of the Armenian Genocide settled in the area. Th ...
Emirate of Bukhara... the Islamic Uzbek (Turkic) city of Nasaf, Qarshi was the second city of the. It is in the center of a fertile oasis that produces wheat, cotton, and ...
Tanzania... countries unsuccessfully attempted to retrain the DRC Army. North Korea andalso provided assistance with training. During the first year of the war t ...
Namibia... ting films for documentarians D.A. Pennebaker followed by John Marshall, in. McElwee started filming and producing his own documentaries in 1976
France... nial action in various states, provoking the anger of the United States and. Ben Barka himself led what was called the Commission on Neocolonialism o ...
British... me of Königsberg. The city centre of Kaliningrad was completely rebuilt, asbombs in 1944 and the Soviet siege in 1945 had left it in nothing but ruin ...
LatviaLater, the Eastern European "Vilnius ten" countries, Estonia,, Lithuania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, —all now members of th ...
Mexico... io Grande, directly north and across the border from Matamoros, Tamaulipas,. Brownsville is the 16th largest city in the state of Texas with a popula ...
Kuwait... they lost to the Ottomans. In the 1732, the Bani Utbah tribe migrated fromto Qatar's northwest coast and founded Zubarah. After this migration, the ...
NetherlandsAsten is a municipality and a town in the southern
Vietnam... Outside of Europe and North Africa, the highest rate of immigration is from, Cambodia and Senegal
Bangladesh... abandoned three-month old girl needing medical treatment to the U.S. from ai orphanage run by . The McCains decided to adopt her and named her Bridge ...
PrussiaIt was created in 1815, whenreorganised its internal administration. In 1972 the Regierungsbezirk Aach ...
Austria... n. This changed in 1938, when two opportunities arose with the Anschluss ofin March and the occupation of the Sudetenland in October. A battalion of ...
Japan... /or to permit rationalization of industry structure and excess capacity. Infor example, such arrangements have been permitted in the steel, aluminum ...
Uganda... ickly, with many new small businesses established by Rwandan returnees from, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Kazakhstan... esia, Iran, the Republic of Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan,, Kenya, Kiribati, South Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, ...
Scotland... irst of the Pleistocene Ice Ages. The ice created a dam from Scandinavia to, and the Rhine, combined with the Thames and drainage from much of north ...
GermanyHulst is twinned with Michelstadt,
United Kingdom... and Shenouda Coulsdon 045.jpg|Saint Mary & Saint Shenouda Church, Coulsdon,File:St Mary and St Abraham Coptic Orthodox Church - geograph.org.uk - 986 ...
FijiNeither the Phoenix nor Line Islands are served by the domestic carriers.'s national carrier Air Pacific provides an international service to Cassi ...
Syria... ems again to have branched out in every direction, to Egypt, Palestine, and, through Arsinoe, Gaza, Tyre, Jerusalem, and Damascus, and by other route ...
Denmark... nd, SAABs räkneautomat SARA, "SAAB's calculating machine", and DASK made in
Paraguay... gest natural wetlands is the Pantanal, which straddles Brazil, Bolivia, andin South America
Georgia... people existed in the Caucasus region, in areas such as the North Caucasus,, and Azerbaijan. In 1941 Joseph Stalin ordered all inhabitants with a Ger ...
Japan... hich reduces their income taxes in times of inflation. LIFO is only used inand the U.S
BritishLionhead Studios is avideo game developer, formerly led by Peter Molyneux. It was acquired by M ...
Micronesia... lgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania,, Monaco, Montenegro, Nauru, Palau, Poland, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Si ...
Saudi Arabia... ntinuously as rangeland for nomadic tribes from Najd and Al Hasa regions in, with seasonal encampments around sources of water. In addition, fishing ...
Soviet Union... hed and existed from 1918 to 1939. It was destroyed by Nazi Germany and theby their Invasion of Poland at the beginning of World War II. Millions of ...
Afghanistan... h-southwest of Tashkent, and about 335 km north of Uzbekistan's border with. It is located at latitude 38° 51' 48N; longitude 65° 47' 52E at an altit ...
Portugal... head projecting forward from the bows below the level of the forecastle. Inat least, carracks were usually very large ships for their time (often ove ...
Colombiahas a series of major river systems in, Ecuador and Peru, some of which flow into the Marañón and Ucayali, other ...
Swiss... Dunant (May 8, 1828 – October 30, 1910), also known as Henry Dunant, was abusinessman and social activist. During a business trip in 1859, he was wi ...
Sweden... professional soccer team to play in Europe, which it did during its tour ofin 1919. The team also won the National Challenge Cup, now called the Lama ...
EnglishJames Brindley (1716 – 27 September 1772) was anengineer. He was born in Tunstead, Derbyshire, and lived much of his life ...
Portugal... the Gulf of St. Lawrence through Greenland and the coast of Ireland down to, as well as in the high Arctic islands. In the winter, the range extends ...
BrazilBoi-tatá is theian equivalent of the will-o'-the-wisp. Regionally it is called Boitatá, B ...
NetherlandsHengelo is a town in the eastern part of The, province of Gelderland. The, very rural, area it situated in is known as ...
Republic of China (Taiwan)In December 2006, the Premier of thecompleted an official visit to The Gambia in part to pay respects to Presi ...
Bolivia... e world's largest natural wetlands is the Pantanal, which straddles Brazil,, and Paraguay in South America
ChileDeicide has been banned from playing in several venues (such as Valparaiso,over a promotional poster featuring Jesus Christ with a bullet hole in his ...
Soviet Union... with the IPO in the spring of 1990 for their first-ever performance in the, with concerts in Moscow and Leningrad, and toured with the IPO again in ...
EstoniaLater, the Eastern European "Vilnius ten" countries,, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, —all now membe ...
Spain... Conn to a standstill before escaping by sea to Beare Island, and thence to. Conn restored Conaire and Mac Niad to their kingdoms and withdrew
Germanlaw allows persons of German descent living anywhere in the world the righ ...
AustriaIn 1778, Jan Ingenhousz, court physician to then Empress, repeated Priestley's experiments. He discovered that it was the ...
DutchZelhem is a village in theprovince of Gelderland. It has approximately 11.000 inhabitants. Zelhem is ...
Soviet Union... H&D 10". The H&D system was officially accepted as a standard in the formerfrom 1928 until September 1951, when it was superseded by GOST 2817-50
Slovakia... Slovakian) noble family, who held the princely lands of Čabraď and Sitno in, among others. The family's property was augmented by Clémentine of Orléa ...
Indonesia... ity countries. In some relatively secular Muslim-majority countries such as, Jordan and Turkey, this is not the case
India... p of the Rameswaram island, at the eastern coast of the Tamil Nadu state of
Cuba... e in 1965. The Tricontinental Conference was succeeded organisation such as's Organization of Solidarity with the People of Asia, Africa and Latin Am ...
Egypthas long been the cultural and informational centre of the Arab world, and ...
Netherlandsis a municipality and a town in the eastern. The town has two rivers inside its borders, the Rhine and the IJssel. It ...
Prussia... and 1878–1945, the Province of East Prussia was part of the German state of. The capital city was
Norway... rally "cabbage root"), similarly in Denmark it is known as kålroe, while init has usurped the name of kålrabi in addition to being known as kålrot. T ...
United Kingdom... of former President Jawara's tenure. It maintained close relations with the, Senegal, and other African countries. The July 1994 coup strained The Ga ...
NetherlandsSteenderen is a former municipality and a town in the eastern
Cuba... 90-2007, there were 23 physicians per 100,000 persons. Since the arrival ofn doctors, the infant mortality rate has decreased significantly
Madagascar... millions of insects, about half of which occur nowhere else. The island of, particularly the unique Madagascar dry deciduous forests and lowland rai ...
Tamil Nadu... e at the southern tip of the Rameswaram island, at the eastern coast of thestate of India
DutchGendringen is a village in theprovince of Gelderland. It is located in the municipality of Oude IJsselst ...
Czech Republic... eaders of Britain, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Hungary, Poland, Denmark and theshowed support for the US, saying that Saddam should not be allowed to vio ...
Pakistan... eneral of India, announced the partitioning of British India into India and. With the speedy passage through the British Parliament of the Indian Ind ...
Russia... the Netherlands after the war, spurred by the 1917 Bolshevik revolution in. Socialist leader Pieter Jelles Troelstra wanted to abolish the existing ...
Japan... ack as the fifth century in China. Common carp were first bred for color inin the 1820s, initially in the town of Ojiya in the Niigata prefecture on ...
El Salvador... northern ranges, such as Mexico, appear orange. Juvenile Green Iguanas fromare often bright blue as babies, however they lose this color as they get ...
GermanCologne is one of the five governmental districts of theFederal State of North Rhine-Westphalia. It is located in the south-west o ...
Poland... LOT S.A. (, Flight), trading as LOT Polish Airlines, is the flag carrier of. Based in Warsaw, LOT was established in 1929, making it one of the world ...
Mexico... s secession from the Union. The German settlers were killed on their way toduring the Civil War. They were attacked by Confederate forces near Bracke ...
Rwanda... h training. During the first year of the war the Allied forces defeated then force which had landed in Bas-Congo and the rebel forces south-west of K ...
United Kingdom... lso depicted the denomination of the postage and, with the exception of the, depicted the name of the country from which it was issued. Nearly all ea ...
Greenland... southeast Alaska, and in the Atlantic from the Gulf of St. Lawrence throughand the coast of Ireland down to Portugal, as well as in the high Arctic i ...
ScotlandIn 1834 Arago again visited, to attend the meeting of the British Association at Edinburgh. From this ...
Democratic Republic of the Congo... l businesses established by Rwandan returnees from Uganda, Burundi, and the
EritreaZula is a small town in central. It is situated near the head of Annesley Bay (also known as the Bay of Z ...
India... p large (112 gal/423 l) casks of wine known as "pipes" for their voyages to. The intense heat and constant movement of the ships had a transforming e ...
Senegal... North Africa, the highest rate of immigration is from Vietnam, Cambodia and
Poland... by Venice from Dalmatia, the Holy Roman Empire from what is now Prussia and, and the Byzantines from elsewhere in the Balkans, and were generally des ...
NetherlandsMargraten is a former municipality and a town in the southeastern
Mongolia... ugh the fragmented China of the early 20th century into the Gobi Desert and. The expeditions made important discoveries and brought the first-known f ...
Second Polish RepublicThewas established and existed from 1918 to 1939. It was destroyed by Nazi Ge ...
Iceland... nclude Newfoundland (including hundreds of surrounding islands), Greenland,, Faroe Islands, Great Britain (including numerous surrounding islands), I ...
Macau... d the Ming Dynasty during the reign of the Zhengde Emperor. The handover of(Macao) to Portugal in 1557 by the Emperor of China (as a reward for servi ...
The Gambiafollowed a formal policy of non-alignment throughout most of former Presid ...
Malaysia... reach Zengmu Ansha (James Shoal), which would form a maritime frontier with
Denmark... signed by the leaders of Britain, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Hungary, Poland,and the Czech Republic showed support for the US, saying that Saddam shoul ...
Jordan... a, Indonesia, Iran, the Republic of Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan,, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, South Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latv ...
Cuba... sa and Mayaimi tribes with the aid of the Spanish who moved many of them to, where the tribes' populations were soon decimated by disease. The Semino ...
Germany... rornithiform Baptornis. A supposed mid-Eocene diver fossil form Geiseltal () was erroneously assigned to Gavia
India... Governor-General of India, announced the partitioning of British India intoand Pakistan. With the speedy passage through the British Parliament of th ...
ItalianThe authority of Egypt having lapsed over Zula, anprotectorate was proclaimed in 1888, and in 1890 the town was incorporated ...
UzbekistanAvicenna was born c. 980 near Bukhara (in present-day), the capital of the Samanids, a Persian dynasty in Central Asia and Grea ...
Canadian... orld's 33rd largest freshwater lake. It is in central North America, in theprovince of Manitoba, which is named after the lake. It is located about 7 ...
Prussia... ly captured by Venice from Dalmatia, the Holy Roman Empire from what is nowand Poland, and the Byzantines from elsewhere in the Balkans, and were gen ...
NetherlandsSimpelveld is a municipality and a town in the southeastern
Dutch... ng historical record, the first sighting of the Houtman Abrolhos was by theVOC ships Dordrecht and Amsterdam in 1619, only three years after Dirk Har ...
SpainClemente Domínguez y Gómez, who was born in Seville,, became closely associated with the Palmar de Troya movement, which had i ...
Ecuador... er, the Amazon is called Solimões in Brazil; however, in Peru, Colombia and, as well as the rest of the Spanish-speaking world, the river is generall ...
Austrian... French army, commanded by Emperor Napoleon I, decisively defeated a Russo-army, commanded by Tsar Alexander I and Holy Roman Emperor Francis II, aft ...
British... mple anchorage for the largest ocean-going vessels. A road was built by thefrom Zula to Senafe in the Ethiopian Highlands
Poland... pers and signed by the leaders of Britain, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Hungary,, Denmark and the Czech Republic showed support for the US, saying that Sa ...
Soviet Union... d scale defined in GOST 2817-45 and GOST 2817-50. It was used in the formersince October 1951, replacing (H&D) numbers, which had been used since 192 ...
Denmark... ts common name in Sweden is kålrot (literally "cabbage root"), similarly init is known as kålroe, while in Norway it has usurped the name of kålrabi ...
Alsace-Lorraine... -speaking part of Lorraine was merged with Alsace to become the province ofin the German Empire. Today the greater part of the French side of the Fra ...
DutchSusteren is a city in theprovince of Limburg. It is located in the municipality of Echt-Susteren, a ...
Aruba... ish in color with bold black markings. On islands such as Bonaire, Curaçao,, and Grenada, a Green Iguana's color may range from green to lavender, bl ...
Burundi... ith many new small businesses established by Rwandan returnees from Uganda,, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Germany... separate Western and Eastern Frankish kingdoms (later to become France andrespectively), only entrenched this newly landed warrior class. This was b ...
Brazil... e world, the majority are forest areas and most are located in the tropics.'s Atlantic Forest is considered one such hotspot, containing roughly 20,0 ...
Egypt... he eleven years since Peter III's reported death wandering abroad as far asor Constantinople
Brazil... Contemporaneously Fanmi Lavalas in Haiti, the Landless Workers' Movement in, and in South Africa are three organizations that make use of liberation ...
Syria... e 1970s saw an initial increase in violence in the Middle East as Egypt anddeclared war on Israel, but in the late 1970s, the situation in the Middle ...
Ethiopia... aising millions for famine victims in several African nations, particularly
Italy... ated in the Mediterranean Sea, approximately 93 kilometres south of Sicily,, and nearly 300 km north (Libya) and northeast (Tunisia) of Africa. Altho ...
Italy... a, Brazil, Cambodia, China, Ecuador, Egypt, France, India, Indonesia, Iran,, Japan, Jerusalem, Kenya, Kuwait, Nepal, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, ...
French... d by OAO Avtoframos, a 38%-62% joint venture between the City of Moscow andautomaker Renault SA. In 2005, Avtoframos commenced assembly of Renault Lo ...
Greece... changed Calumet's name to Laurium, after the famous mining town in ancient. Laurium is located in the center of the Copper Country, the first major ...
Japanand the Kingdom of Tonga have maintained official diplomatic relations sin ...
Scotland... ill and living in Ealing. Merton went to see him and together they left for, where a friend had offered his house for Owen to recover in. Shortly aft ...
People's Republic of China... he Great Game" to describe relations between the United States, Russia, theand other nations such as Pakistan and Turkey, over influence with the Cen ...
Haiti... ritories (French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Réunion, and former colony) and Sub-Saharan Africa (especially Cote d'Ivoire, Mali, and ). France ha ...
Kingdom of Ireland... capital in varying geopolitical entities: Lordship of Ireland (1171–1541),(1541–1800), island as part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire ...
RussiaKAvZ (, Kurgansky Avtobusny Zavod) is a bus manufacturer in Kurgan,. The factory started producing buses in 1958, based on trucks from GAZ. D ...
Philippines... ted, and several discoveries made. The expedition returned by the Marianas,, New Caledonia and the Hawaiian Islands, reaching Kronstadt on July 10, 1 ...
Kuwait... a solid white keffiyeh–different from the checkered one he adopted later in, which was to become his emblem
Italian... the Upper Carniola region of northwest Slovenia, close to the Austrian andborders
Sicily... Durum wheat pasta was introduced by Libyian Arabs during their conquest ofin the late 7th century The 9th century Arab physician Isho bar Ali define ...
United Kingdom... an Empire which guaranteed Swiss sovereignty, was taken as a pretext by theto break the peace of Amiens and declared war on France on 18 May 1803. Th ...
Bolivia... nied by an award-winning sepia coloured video set in a rural village in then Altiplano and directed by Gerard de Thame. The track was covered by Liza ...
Federated States of Micronesia... ia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico,, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, N ...
Finland... r spread to the other Scandinavian countries; first Sweden, then Norway and
EgyptThe 1970s saw an initial increase in violence in the Middle East asand Syria declared war on Israel, but in the late 1970s, the situation in ...
Russia... xpression "the Great Game" to describe relations between the United States,, the People's Republic of China and other nations such as Pakistan and Tu ...
Albania... , Russia, Greece and Cyprus, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Iran, Lebanon, Macedonia,, Syria, Central Asia, southern India, the Caucasus region and Turkey. It ...
Mexico... sión," and "Prisioneros de la Piel" made them stars in Chile, Argentina and, especially after the release of La Ley, their second recording (1992). A ...
BelgianSWIFT is a cooperative society underlaw and it is owned by its member financial institutions. SWIFT has office ...
Pakistan... ed States, Russia, the People's Republic of China and other nations such asand Turkey, over influence with the Central Asian republics and access to ...
Israel... increase in violence in the Middle East as Egypt and Syria declared war on, but in the late 1970s, the situation in the Middle East was fundamentall ...
Egypt... t. Anthony's Monastery 2006.jpg|Monastery of Saint Anthony, Eastern Desert,File:MonasteroAntonio2.jpg|Monastery of Saint Anthony, Eastern Desert, Egy ...
Netherlands... with several countries, including: the United States of America (2002); the(2007); Denmark, the Faroes, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Sweden and Norwa ...
Kuwait... dor, Egypt, France, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jerusalem, Kenya,, Nepal, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, United States a ...
Cape Verde... ores, St. Pierre and Miquelon, Madeira, Bermuda, Canary Islands, Caribbean,, São Tomé and Príncipe, Annobón Province, Fernando de Noronha, Rocas Atol ...
Chile... chodytes (Lance Formation, Wyoming) and Neogaeornis (Quinriquina Formation,) have been described; both are usually allied with orders which are consi ...
Canada... ster of the Crown, chairman of the Cabinet, and thus head of government for, charged with advising the Canadian monarch or viceroy on the exercise of ...
Brazil... uguese: Reitor) is used to refer to the highest official of universities in. Each faculty is headed by a director, who is under the authority of the ...
imperial period... ly modern writings in part because æ was reduced to the simple vowel in the. In some medieval scripts, the ligature was simplified to ę, small letter ...
Wassoulou Empire... bjugating kingdom after kingdom. With the fall of Samory Ture's new-foundedin 1898 and the Ashanti queen Yaa Asantewaa in 1902, most West African mil ...
Vietnam... by vegetation may act as fire corridors. Annual grassland fires in southerncan be attributed in part to the destruction of forested areas by US milit ...
Moldova... all Islands, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Federated States of Micronesia,, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Netherland ...
Japan... il, Cambodia, China, Ecuador, Egypt, France, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy,, Jerusalem, Kenya, Kuwait, Nepal, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Thailan ...
United KingdomBillerica is a sister city of Billericay, England,
Haiti... ance lose most of its colonial empire. By the beginning of the 19th centuryhad won its independence, the Louisiana Territory had been sold to the Uni ...
Tanzania... pta," which was probably located in the delta of the Rufiji River in modern
Kenya... a, Ecuador, Egypt, France, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jerusalem,, Kuwait, Nepal, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, United ...
SudanIn the past, and presently in some parts of the world (such as southern), kidnapping is a common means used to obtain slaves and money through ra ...
Northern Ireland... census. The township is named after the town of Strabane in County Tyrone,. The township borders the borough of Canonsburg, Pennsylvania to the nort ...
ColombiaA millionn refugees have left Colombia since 1965 to escape the country's violence ...
Syria... Greece and Cyprus, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Iran, Lebanon, Macedonia, Albania,, Central Asia, southern India, the Caucasus region and Turkey. It is also ...
SpainThe first Japanese ambassadors to a Western country traveled toin 1613. All five converted to Christianity and were promptly executed upo ...
SalvadoranIn El Salvador, Helms had close ties with the right-wingNationalist Republican Alliance and its leader and death squad founder Rob ...
Bavarian Soviet RepublicMunich became a hotbed of extremism: the 1919and the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch involving Erich Ludendorff and Adolf Hitler ...
Elsaß-Lothringen... e and the annexed territories of Lorraine, became part of the Reichsland of. The area of the Vosges department was thus reduced to its current 5,874  ...
Poland... nce, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jerusalem, Kenya, Kuwait, Nepal,, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, United States and Vatican City
Canada... irst stuffing their mouths with grass before leaving them to die. In Arcticthe Inuit exposed their babies on the ice and left to die
ItalianGiovannino Oliviero Giuseppe Guareschi (May 1, 1908 – July 22, 1968) was anjournalist, cartoonist and humorist whose most famous creation is the prie ...
Monaco... ds, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Federated States of Micronesia, Moldova,, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Netherlands, New Z ...
Tunisia... uated in Europe, it is located farther south than African Tunis, capital of, Algiers, capital of Algeria, Tangier in Morocco and also Aleppo in Syria ...
RussiaThe Kola Norwegians were Norwegians who settled along the coastline of then Kola Peninsula from approximately 1850 to the closure of the border in t ...
CanadaThe Special Investigations Unit of Ontario,, is one of only a few civilian agencies around the world responsible for ...
Iraq... as the "Kidnapping Capital of the World." As of 2007, that title belongs towith possibly 1,500 foreigners kidnapped. In 2004, it was Mexico, and in 2 ...
Italy... y. The first recognizable reference to modern versions of pasta products indates to the 13th or 14th century. Pasta has taken on a variety of shapes, ...
Martinique... come from both the French overseas territories (French Guiana, Guadeloupe,, Réunion, and former colony Haiti) and Sub-Saharan Africa (especially Cot ...
Denmark... ies, including: the United States of America (2002); the Netherlands (2007);, the Faroes, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Sweden and Norway (2008); the ...
Russia... ld, with a total installed wind power capacity of 41.8 GW. In January 2011,began scheduled oil shipments to China, pumping 300,000 barrels of oil per ...
Nepal... pt, France, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jerusalem, Kenya, Kuwait,, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, United States and Vati ...
Prussia... ty (German: Rhein-Universität) was then founded on October 18, 1818, by then king Frederick William III. It was the sixth Prussian University, founde ...
Second French Empire... , duc de Persigny (January 11, 1808 – January 12, 1872) was a French of the
Soviet Union... gnised by El Salvador (3 March 1934) and the Dominican Republic (1934), the(de facto 23 March 1935; de jure 13 April 1941), Italy (29 November 1937), ...
Chile... s," "Tejedores de Ilusión," and "Prisioneros de la Piel" made them stars in, Argentina and Mexico, especially after the release of La Ley, their seco ...
Andorra... rence to Escriva's escape from the Republican zone through the mountains ofduring the Spanish Civil War.* In the 1997 novel The Genesis Code by John ...
Mexico... for villages in the U.S. state of Illinois, or the municipal presidents of's municipalities. Perhaps the best known sub-national presidents are the ...
Mexico... e belongs to Iraq with possibly 1,500 foreigners kidnapped. In 2004, it was, and in 2001, it was . Statistics are harder to come by. Reports suggest ...
Canada... a predominantly undergraduate university located in Wolfville, Nova Scotia,with some graduate programs at the master's level and one at the doctoral ...
Cyprus... the legitimacy of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus on the island of; and the Macedonia naming dispute with the small Balkan country which sha ...
SwedenIn, Rednex rose to stardom combining country music with electro-pop in the 1 ...
Kievan Rus'... s tend to agree with the Primary Chronicle that these Scandinavians foundedin the 880s and gave their name to the land. Many Slavic scholars are oppo ...
Roman Republic... descendants held this possession, off and on, until it was conquered by theat the Battle of Pydna in 168 BC
Cuba... volution and the introduction of communism, over a million people have left
Hong KongIn, any allegations of corruption within the police will be investigated by ...
CanadianPictou County is a county in theprovince of Nova Scotia. It was established in 1835, and was formerly a pa ...
Pakistan... , Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh condemned the killing of Osama bin Laden inby the United States. Haniyeh praised Bin Laden, the founder of the jihadi ...
Finland... ited States of America (2002); the Netherlands (2007); Denmark, the Faroes,, Greenland, Iceland, Sweden and Norway (2008); the United Kingdom, France ...
Saudi Arabia... ia, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jerusalem, Kenya, Kuwait, Nepal, Poland,, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, United States and Vatican City
Algeria... Asia, southern India, the Caucasus region and Turkey. It is also popular inand on the central Mediterranean islands of Malta
Maltaintroduced its first allotment gardens in April, 2011. The scheme, which i ...
Nicaragua... esse, Japan's Chiba Prefecture, Mexico's Jalisco, China's Heilongjiang, and
Tanzania... Iran, Italy, Japan, Jerusalem, Kenya, Kuwait, Nepal, Poland, Saudi Arabia,, Thailand, Turkey, United States and Vatican City
Lordship of Ireland... y, the city has functioned as the capital in varying geopolitical entities:(1171–1541), Kingdom of Ireland (1541–1800), island as part of the United ...
British... merican veterans of the American Civil War who plotted to free Ireland fromrule by striking at the United Kingdom's colonies that lay within easy str ...
Vietnam... ends from Guangzhou port, located in Southern China, to present day coastal, southern Cambodia, Thailand, Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Java, Burma, Indi ...
France... rom the Walt Disney Company for producing and distributing Disney comics in
Vatican City... Nepal, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey, United States and
Carthage... 439 when he invaded the province of Africa Proconsularis and laid siege to. The city was captured without a fight; the Vandals entered the city whil ...
France... Auvergnat dialect of the Occitan language) is a department in the centre ofnamed after the famous dormant volcano, the Puy-de-Dôme
English... olk, KG, Earl Marshal (b. between 1421 and 1430 – d. 22 August 1485) was annobleman, soldier, and the first Howard Duke of Norfolk. He was a close fr ...
Algeria... d farther south than African Tunis, capital of Tunisia, Algiers, capital of, Tangier in Morocco and also Aleppo in Syria, and Mosul in Iraq in the Mi ...
French Guiana... ench society. Black people come from both the French overseas territories (, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Réunion, and former colony Haiti) and Sub-Sahara ...
West Francia... ons with Byzantium. He was called imperator Italiae ("emperor of Italy") inwhile the Byzantines called him Basileus Phrangias ("Emperor of the Franks ...
Albaniamaintains the 'yellow line' system hailing from its Socialist Regime - lim ...
Kazakhstan... nimal in the world, with five nations—Albania, Germany, Austria, Mexico and—making it the national animal. It is also a common motif in the national ...
Austria... inka River in the Upper Carniola region of northwest Slovenia, close to then and Italian borders
Iceland... ca (2002); the Netherlands (2007); Denmark, the Faroes, Finland, Greenland,, Sweden and Norway (2008); the United Kingdom, France, Australia and New ...
JapanInstant noodles were invented by Momofuku Ando and first marketed inin 1958. According to Ando's method, a bundle of fresh noodles are flash-f ...
Sicily... glish army back to England after Richard's departure from Palestine, but inhe heard of the king's capture, and diverted to Germany. He, along with Wi ...
Hungary... r threat of punishment by the local German leadership from Croatia, Serbia,and Romania and used on anti-partisan operations in the Balkans. Himmler a ...
Luxembourg... n of finance to SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises), headquartered in
Greenland... es of America (2002); the Netherlands (2007); Denmark, the Faroes, Finland,, Iceland, Sweden and Norway (2008); the United Kingdom, France, Australia ...
Fiji... of Sir Moti Tikaram, who was the first Lord Chief Justice of an independentand the world's longest-serving national ombudsman
Serbia... of the 2004 citizenship law provides that the descendants of emigrants from, or ethnic Serbs residing abroad, may take up citizenship upon written de ...
Benin... ted in the formation the all-powerful Akan Empire of Ashanti, while Ife androse to prominence around the 14th century. Further east, Oyo arose as the ...
Irish Free State... ). Following the partition of Ireland in 1922, it became the capital of the(1922–1949) and now is the capital of the Republic of Ireland. One of the ...
Malta... . It is also popular in Algeria and on the central Mediterranean islands of
Sweden... pean Handball Championship took place from 25 January to 3 February 2002 in
FranceOrne is a department in the northwest of, named after the river Orne
Thailand... ly, Japan, Jerusalem, Kenya, Kuwait, Nepal, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania,, Turkey, United States and Vatican City
Cambodia... u port, located in Southern China, to present day coastal Vietnam, southern, Thailand, Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Java, Burma, India, Ceylon, Pakistan ...
Slovenia... ipality on the Sava Dolinka River in the Upper Carniola region of northwest, close to the Austrian and Italian borders
Chile... untry's violence and civil wars. In South America, thousands of Argentinan,an and Uruguayan refugees fled to Europe during periods of military rule i ...
Mauritius... car, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mauritania,, Mexico, Federated States of Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Moroc ...
Canada... and Aerosmith sound engineer, Bob Rock, to produce. Recorded in Vancouver,from October to December 1988, the Sonic Temple record went Top 10 in both ...
Germany... sults from different studies are time dependent. For example, patriotism inbefore the Great War (WWI) ranked at or near the top, whereas today it ran ...
PrussiaThe Rhineland became a part ofin 1815 as a result of the Congress of Vienna. Shortly after the seizure o ...
Canada... ing economic ties among nations in Western Europe and to the United States--Mexico North American Free Trade Agreement, Japan and other countries alo ...
Bangladesh... ecent immigrants from rural areas, generally impoverished men. One study inshowed that cycle rickshaw driving was connected with some increases in in ...
Puerto Rico... e band in 1994 after looking for success in the United States. Returning to, they joined long-time friends Pedro and Jorge Arraiza (with whom they ha ...
PolandSesame halva is popular in the Balkans,, Middle East, and other areas surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. The prim ...
England... on out of the Lycée Ingres, informing him that they were headed together to
EgyptFile:MonasteroAntonio2.jpg|Monastery of Saint Anthony, Eastern Desert,File:MonasteroPaolo4.jpg|Monastery of Saint Paul the Anchorite, Eastern De ...
North Korea... the capital of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, commonly known as, and the largest city in the country. Pyongyang is located on the Taedong ...
CyprusDemetrius conqueredin 306 BC. Following the victory Antigonus assumed the title king and best ...
Romania... punishment by the local German leadership from Croatia, Serbia, Hungary andand used on anti-partisan operations in the Balkans. Himmler approved the ...
Northern Ireland... e 32-county republic claimed by the Dáil, and that a separate government inwas now functioning
New ZealandThe pathogenic agent is to be found everywhere except. The bacterium is extremely sustainable and virulent: a single organism i ...
RussiaAlexander Nikolayevich Spesivtsev is an man who was accused of killing up to 80 people and cannibalising some of ...
PolandInsince 1983 international country music festival, known as Piknik Country ( ...
Dutch... lte is a municipality and city in the heart of the region of Salland in theprovince of Overijssel
Normandy... ion, on March 4, 1790. It was created from parts of the former provinces ofand Perche
Azores... n (including numerous surrounding islands), Ireland, Rockall, Sable Island,, St. Pierre and Miquelon, Madeira, Bermuda, Canary Islands, Caribbean, Ca ...
Thailand... cated in Southern China, to present day coastal Vietnam, southern Cambodia,, Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Java, Burma, India, Ceylon, Pakistan, Persia a ...
Mexico... nomic ties among nations in Western Europe and to the United States-Canada-North American Free Trade Agreement, Japan and other countries along the A ...
Indonesia... inationals and provincial governments have also purchased land in Sulawesi,, Cambodia and Bulgan, Mongolia. The South Korean government itself announ ...
People's Republic of Poland... elligence and support group, was released from prison. Until the end of theAK soldiers remained under investigation by the secret police, and it was ...
Uruguay... ence and civil wars. In South America, thousands of Argentinan, Chilean andan refugees fled to Europe during periods of military rule in the 1970s an ...
empire... , different and generally inferior types of power in the Roman republic and. Primarily used to refer to the power that is wielded, in greater or less ...
Norway... rlands (2007); Denmark, the Faroes, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Sweden and(2008); the United Kingdom, France, Australia and New Zealand (2009); Port ...
Canada... tellites available are those mainly servicing the United States of America,and Latin America, and is on the edge of the reception area. Digital cable ...
Canada... , the colonial militia played an extremely important role in the defence of. Today, many citizen soldiers serve in the Primary Reserve of the Canadia ...
Iceland... æmundar Edda or the Elder Edda, is a collection of Old Norse poems from theic medieval manuscript Codex Regius ("Royal Book"). Along with the Prose E ...
Puerto RicoFiel a la Vega is a Rock en Español band fromformed in 1994. Band members Tito Auger and Ricky Laureano come from the n ...
Egypt... volted against Babylon, and entered into an alliance with Pharaoh Hophra of. Nebuchadnezzar responded by invading Judah. . Nebuchadnezzar began a sie ...
Mexico... , Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Mauritius,, Federated States of Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Moza ...
NetherlandsHulst is a municipality and a city in southwesternin the east of Zeelandic Flanders
Soviet Union... orts were made to organize science and technology based on the model of the. However, Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution of 1966-76 had a catastrophic ...
Morocco... ESCO Goodwill Ambassador, Jarre performed a concert named Water for Life in, on 16 December 2006, to celebrate the year of desertification in the wor ...
Haiti... munities were operating in Brazil alone. Contemporaneously Fanmi Lavalas in, the Landless Workers' Movement in Brazil, and in South Africa are three ...
Philippines... government secured 95,000 hectares of farmland in Oriental Mindoro, central, to grow corn. The South Jeolla province became the first provincial gove ...
Croatia... in Yugoslavia was portrayed. Governments of the newly seceded republics ofand Bosnia, as well as Serbia invested heavily with UK and American public ...
Sweden... ; the Netherlands (2007); Denmark, the Faroes, Finland, Greenland, Iceland,and Norway (2008); the United Kingdom, France, Australia and New Zealand ( ...
Soviet UnionOn 8 August 1945, thedeclared war on Japan, in accordance with the agreement at the Yalta Confe ...
Romania... laimed themselves as President for Life. For instance, Nicolae Ceauşescu of, who ruled until his execution (see Romanian revolution)
Prussia... f Vienna. Shortly after the seizure of the Rhineland, on April 5, 1815, then king Friedrich Wilhelm III promised the establishment of a new universit ...
Hong Kong... several islands and island groups while sailing from Cape York to China and(then a British colony). The first part of the route passed north and west ...
Serbia... ricum. He was born in a hamlet near Bederiana in Naissus (modern Niš, South). He was of Thraco-Roman stock, and bore, like his companions and members ...
IranThese customs are unique to the people ofand the art of this needlework on women's clothing may provide one with a ...
Netherlands... led Steenwijk) is a municipality in the province Overijssel, in the eastern
republic... s or potestas, different and generally inferior types of power in the Romanand empire. Primarily used to refer to the power that is wielded, in great ...
Morocco... African Tunis, capital of Tunisia, Algiers, capital of Algeria, Tangier inand also Aleppo in Syria, and Mosul in Iraq in the Middle East. Only the t ...
Irish Republic... art of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (1801–1922), and the(1919–1922). Following the partition of Ireland in 1922, it became the cap ...
Netherlands... isian: Smellingerlân) is a municipality in the province of Friesland in the
Norway... ardens later spread to the other Scandinavian countries; first Sweden, thenand Finland
SudanEgypt has fairly good relations with, its southern neighbor, although it has a land dispute with Sudan over th ...
NetherlandsMeijel is a former municipality and a town in southeastern
Afghanistan... , an important town of the Samanid Empire, in what is today Balkh Province,. His father was at the time of his son's birth the governor in one of the ...
Poland... in 1943, he was arrested and imprisoned in prison camps in German occupiedfor three years alongside other Italian soldiers. He later wrote about thi ...
Serbia... overnments of the newly seceded republics of Croatia and Bosnia, as well asinvested heavily with UK and American public relations firms, so that they ...
Moldova... nd its borders, most notably to the large population of ethnic Romanians in
Italy... uses) is the hotheaded priest of a small town in the Po valley in northern. Don Camillo is a big man, tall and strong with hard fists. For the films ...
Sweden... r allotment gardens later spread to the other Scandinavian countries; first, then Norway and Finland
LibyaEgypt is on good terms with, its western neighbor
Israel... at itrium, a kind of boiled dough, was common in what currently is known asfrom the 3rd to 5th centuries AD, Arabs adapted noodles for long journeys ...
Afghanistan... War which had grown enormously unpopular. In 1979, the Soviet Union invadedwhich led to an ongoing war for ten years
BelgianIn 1861, theindustrial chemist Ernest Solvay developed a method to convert sodium chlo ...
Republic of China... the political status of Taiwan and Penghu Islands were still uncertain. Theand Japan signed Sino-Japanese Peace Treaty on April 28, 1952 in and the t ...
Egypt... trius, and hastened to attack Ptolemy in his own dominions. His invasion of, however, proved a failure; he was unable to penetrate Ptolemy's defences ...
PolandFrom the Constitution of, Article 52(5): "Anyone whose Polish origin has been confirmed in accorda ...
Bermuda... , Ireland, Rockall, Sable Island, Azores, St. Pierre and Miquelon, Madeira,, Canary Islands, Caribbean, Cape Verde, São Tomé and Príncipe, Annobón Pr ...
United Kingdom... o denote a partnership between investors or the start of a business. In the, partnerships are not called societies, but co-operatives or mutuals are ...
Egypt... , as they had already consumed all the corn they had brought with them from. According to the account, Yahweh heard their murmurings, and so provided ...
Maratha Empire... cided that he must act boldly to defeat the numerically larger force of the(as he concluded a long defensive war would ruin his army). With the logis ...
India... , later involved in the Charge of the Light Brigade, had just returned fromand were not likely to be posted abroad soon. Flashman threw himself into ...
Algeria... Kay-Scott set sail for Europe, traveling through France, Italy, England and. Merton later half-jokingly referred to this odd trio as the "Bermuda Tri ...
Falkland Islands... d Martim Vaz, Tristan da Cunha, Gough Island (Also known as Diego Alvarez),, Tierra del Fuego, South Georgia Island, South Sandwich Islands, and Bouv ...
Russia... movie Murder in Mississippi. He starred as Joseph Stalin's projectionist inn director Andrei Konchalovsky's 1991 film The Inner Circle. In 1996, he w ...
Ukraine... run (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech republic, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia,)
Uganda... e (p. 205) provides a number of examples from other cultures, including then Batoro, Mohave Indians, Mangaians, and Ponapese. Amongst the Batoro, old ...
Kingdom of Jerusalem... ad widely. Even in the founder's lifetime it possessed houses in Aleppo andwhere "The Premonstrntensian abbey of Saint Samuel was a daughter house of ...
Iran... public or a justice of the peace. In some places, such as Saudi Arabia and, religion and government are one, and anyone caught promoting a religious ...
Marshall Islands... Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta,, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Federated States of Micronesia, Moldova, ...
Romania... , Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal,, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tur ...
Greenland... rik the Red, when Erik was exiled from Iceland he sailed west and pioneered
Sweden... European countries and America engaged in study-touring; some nations, likeand France, even trained civil servants or technicians to undertake it as ...
Panama... malans, Hondurans, Costa Ricans (however, the country had no dictators) andnians fled conflict and poor economic conditions
Aden ProtectorateDuring the 1960s, the British sought to incorporate all of theterritories into the Federation. On 18 January 1963, the Colony of Aden wa ...
Japan... t emphasis on Taiwan as the center of people's lives as opposed to China or. During the Chiang regime, China was promoted as the center of an ideolog ...
Russia... ia, Macedonia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania,, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukr ...
France... untries and America engaged in study-touring; some nations, like Sweden and, even trained civil servants or technicians to undertake it as a matter o ...
FranceThere's more and more country music artists in. Some of the most importants are Liane Edwards, , Rockie Mountains, Tahia ...
Northern IrelandThe general election to theHouse of Commons occurred on 24 May. Of 52 seats, forty were won by Unioni ...
France... Hybrid wheat has been a limited commercial success in Europe (particularly), the United States and South Africa
Syria... Tunisia, Algiers, capital of Algeria, Tangier in Morocco and also Aleppo in, and Mosul in Iraq in the Middle East. Only the three largest islands – M ...
ScottishTheband the Bay City Rollers were named after this city based on the results ...
Oman... GCC countries of the Persian Gulf. The Baluch are an important community in, where they make up a sizable minority
GreenlandThe Viking Age settlements inwere established in the sheltered fjords of the southern and western coast ...
Kingdom of Jordan... ry of the Golan Heights. South of the lake, it forms the border between the(to the east) and Israel and the West Bank (to the west)
France#If Lisa is in, then she is in Europe. (In symbols, f \rightarrow e .
Yugoslavia... public opinion. A well illustrated example of this is the way civil war inwas portrayed. Governments of the newly seceded republics of Croatia and B ...
Turkmenistan... on to be officially proclaimed president for life was Saparmurat Niyazov of
Sultanate of Madurai... vannamalai and offered stiff resistance to invasions from the north and theto the south. Then, after nearly three decades of resistance, Veera Ballal ...
Assyria... h Belus on the Euphrates, Ammon in Libya, Apis by the Nile, Arabian Cronus,n Zeus, Serapis, Zeus of Egypt, Cronus, Phaethon, Mithras, Delphic Apollo, ...
Israel... was convened in Sharm El Sheik in early 2005, which was attended by Egypt,, the Palestinian Authority and Jordan. The Egyptian Chief of Intelligence ...
BelarusSunflower halva, popular in countries from Eastern Europe,, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine, is made of sunflower see ...
Sweden... wedish royal tradition stemming from the early 16th century. All regents of, beginning with Gustav Vasa, have had their own motto during their respec ...
Sweden... .There is a small population of Baluch in several Western countries such asand Australia. Some Baluch settled in Australia in the 19th century; some ...
Turkmenistan... he offers of Mahmud of Ghazni, and proceeded westwards to Urgench in modern, where the vizier, regarded as a friend of scholars, gave him a small mon ...
Saint Helena... Howe. Arthur, coincidentally, stopped on his voyage at the little island ofand stayed in the same building to which Napoleon I would later be exiled
Federation of South Arabia... the city's populace as the State of Aden and the Federation was renamed the. Several more states subsequently joined the Federation and the remaining ...
Burma... astal Vietnam, southern Cambodia, Thailand, Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Java,, India, Ceylon, Pakistan, Persia and Iraq. Another branch extends from Pe ...
BulgariaSunflower halva, popular in countries from Eastern Europe, Belarus,, Romania, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine, is made of sunflower seeds instead ...
MalaysiaTikaram was born in Münster, Germany, the daughter of an mother, Fatimah Rohani, and an Indo-Fijian father, Pramod Tikaram. Her f ...
Egypt... :MonasteroPaolo4.jpg|Monastery of Saint Paul the Anchorite, Eastern Desert,File:Monastry3.jpg|Coptic Monastery in Scetes, Egypt File:Bischoy Kloster ...
Canada... enturies when production was expanding so greatly that immigrant labor from, Holland and Armenia was imported. Now, these mills stand, mostly renovat ...
Slovakia... herlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro,, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom
Japan... f Taiwan and Penghu Islands were still uncertain. The Republic of China andsigned Sino-Japanese Peace Treaty on April 28, 1952 in and the treaty came ...
Canada... e, Third Class and the Japanese War medal for service during that campaign.and Japan have had diplomatic relations since 1928. Both countries are cha ...
Romania... nflower halva, popular in countries from Eastern Europe, Belarus, Bulgaria,, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine, is made of sunflower seeds instead of sesam ...
Japan... van Oudheden); and the ethnographical museum, of which P. F. von Siebold'sese collections was the nucleus (Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde). The Biblio ...
People's Republic of China... stated that he believes that Taiwan cannot avoid being assimilated into theunless it completely rejects its historical Chinese identity and that he b ...
SudanHuman rights advocates and opponents of theese government portray China's role in providing weapons and aircraft as a ...
Soviet... d vegetables. The latter was caused by the failure of the centrally plannedagricultural program to supply enough fresh produce. As time passed, the n ...
Poland... ), Peko or Pekolasõ (Estonia) and Perun (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech republic,, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine)
Dutch East Indies... 10 October 1770, she limped into port in Batavia (now named Jakarta) in thefor more substantial repairs, her crew sworn to secrecy about the lands th ...
Norway... Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, the Netherlands,, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Spai ...
Netherlands... ungary, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, the, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovak ...
Botswana... ernational, campaigning in the defence of the tribal people, the Bushmen ofand the Arhuaco of Colombia. She made a small supporting video saying the ...
Croatia... ans) drafted under threat of punishment by the local German leadership from, Serbia, Hungary and Romania and used on anti-partisan operations in the ...
Russia... ular in countries from Eastern Europe, Belarus, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova,and Ukraine, is made of sunflower seeds instead of sesame
France... urned to New York and then took Merton with him to live in Saint-Antonin in. Merton returned to France with mixed feelings, as he had lived with his ...
Imperial Russian... ere allowed to settle in depleted East Prussia. The province was overrun bytroops during the
Ukraine... ntries from Eastern Europe, Belarus, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova, Russia and, is made of sunflower seeds instead of sesame
India... ietnam, southern Cambodia, Thailand, Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Java, Burma,, Ceylon, Pakistan, Persia and Iraq. Another branch extends from Persian G ...
Guatemala... rule in the 1970s and 1980s. In Central America, Nicaraguans, Salvadorans,ns, Hondurans, Costa Ricans (however, the country had no dictators) and Pa ...
Protectorate of South Arabia... he remaining states that declined to join, mainly in Hadhramaut, formed the
Austria-HungaryVon Foerster was born in 1911 in Vienna,, as Heinz von Förster. He studied physics at the Technical University of ...
Mauritania... nia, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Marshall Islands,, Mauritius, Mexico, Federated States of Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mong ...
Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan... . In Christian tradition, Jesus was baptised in it by John the Baptist. Thetakes its name from this river
Egypt... in Libya, Apis by the Nile, Arabian Cronus, Assyrian Zeus, Serapis, Zeus of, Cronus, Phaethon, Mithras, Delphic Apollo, Gamos 'Marriage', and Paeon ' ...
Roman Empire... ns marked the beginning of the Silk Road trade network that extended to the, bringing Han items like silk to Rome and Roman goods such as glasswares ...
FranceInsince 1991 a huge international country music festival known as Country Re ...
Serbia... ted under threat of punishment by the local German leadership from Croatia,, Hungary and Romania and used on anti-partisan operations in the Balkans. ...
Colombia... he defence of the tribal people, the Bushmen of Botswana and the Arhuaco of. She made a small supporting video saying the Bushmen are victims of tyra ...
Mexico... eaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation concluded in 1888 between Japan andwas the nation's first "equal" treaty with any country; which overshadows ...
Soviet... central and Eastern European nations remember what it was like living underCommunist rule, which during stalinist times was comparable to Saddam's br ...
Germany... nterberg is a town in the Hochsauerland district of North Rhine-Westphalia,and a major winter sport resort of the Wintersport Arena
Iraq... pital of Algeria, Tangier in Morocco and also Aleppo in Syria, and Mosul inin the Middle East. Only the three largest islands – Malta, Gozo and Comin ...
Spain, ) is a municipality and city in, the capital of the province of Biscay in the autonomous community of the ...
PortugueseIn 1613, theseized the Mughal ship Rahimi, which had set out from Surat on its way wit ...
Serbia... or Pekolasõ (Estonia) and Perun (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech republic, Poland,, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine)
Poland... Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Norway,, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Spain, Swede ...
Liberia... and Britain following First World War due to the Treaty of Versailles. Onlyretained its independence, at the price of major territorial concessions
People's Republic of ChinaIn Asia, affairs regarding thechanged significantly following the recognition of the PRC by the United N ...
MalaysiaIn late 1989 Cook married for the third time, ton-born property developer Chiew Lin Chong in Torbay, Devon. She provided h ...
Portugal... an, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland,, Romania, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzer ...
Slovenia... ia) and Perun (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech republic, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia,, Ukraine)
Costa Rica... 980s. In Central America, Nicaraguans, Salvadorans, Guatemalans, Hondurans,ns (however, the country had no dictators) and Panamanians fled conflict a ...
Yemen Arab Republic... ng between Egyptian forces and British-led Saudi-financed guerrillas in thespread to South Arabia with the formation of the National Liberation Front ...
Pakistan... ortation within individual urban neighborhoods. They are banned entirely in. While they have been criticized for causing congestion, cycle rickshaws ...
BrazilThe process of canonisation formally began in 1990 with the petition by 226ian bishops, including four cardinals
Kievan Rus'... c languages descend from a common predecessor, the language of the medieval(9th to 13th centuries)
Pakistan... n Cambodia, Thailand, Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Java, Burma, India, Ceylon,, Persia and Iraq. Another branch extends from Persian Gulf to Red Sea, co ...
Slovakia... asõ (Estonia) and Perun (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech republic, Poland, Serbia,, Slovenia, Ukraine)
Canada- Kincardine, Ontario,
Armenia... tion was expanding so greatly that immigrant labor from Canada, Holland andwas imported. Now, these mills stand, mostly renovated into housing and va ...
EgyptFile:Monastry3.jpg|Coptic Monastery in Scetes,File:Bischoy Kloster BW 10.jpg|Monastery of Saint Pishoy, Scetes, Egypt Fi ...
Manchukuo... rshal Zhang Xueliang, a former warlord of Manchuria, then Japanese-occupied
GermanyIn the area that would become, written mention of Spätzle has been found in documents dating from 1725, ...
USSR... ad discovered mass graves of murdered Polish army officers at Katyn, in the. The Soviets claimed that the Poles had committed a hostile act by reques ...
Ukraine... ussia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey,, and the United Kingdom
Guinea-Bissau... d'Ivoire and Niger into French West Africa. Portugal founded the colony of, while Germany claimed Togoland, but was forced to divide it between Fran ...
Northern Ireland... the feature of hexagonal basalt columns with the nearby Giant's Causeway in
Irish Republic... 9–1922 Dáil Éireann was the revolutionary parliament of the self-proclaimed. The Second Dáil consisted of members elected in 1921. One of its most im ...
Nigeria... by the Tswana in Portuguese East Africa; among the Ilso and Igbo people of; and by the !Kung Bushmen of the Kalahari Desert. The Kikuyu, Kenya's mos ...
SudanEgypt currently disputes sovereignty of the Hala'ib Triangle with, an area of land located on the Red Sea coast, between the political bord ...
Yemen Arab Republic... -Badr was deposed by coup forces, who took control of Sanaa and created the(YAR). Egypt assisted the YAR with troops and supplies to combat forces lo ...
France... t of the Kingdom of Arles in the Holy Roman Empire, but now in southeastern. In early life, he joined the Dominican Order, in which he acquired great ...
United Kingdom... Montenegro, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, and the
Germany... nto French West Africa. Portugal founded the colony of Guinea-Bissau, whileclaimed Togoland, but was forced to divide it between France and Britain f ...
SyriaHalva is available in Argentina, especially from confectioners ofn-Lebanese or Armenian origin. In the 1940s, a halva substitute named Mant ...
JapanOutside the U.S., some countries are very liberal in this regard., for example, will recognize anyone who claims him- or herself to be a mi ...
Tanzania... that resulted in over a hundred deaths. Shortly after the Madagascar deal,announced that South Korea was in talks to develop 100,000 hectares for fo ...
France... cott and her husband Cyril Kay-Scott set sail for Europe, traveling through, Italy, England and Algeria. Merton later half-jokingly referred to this ...
Ascension Island... São Tomé and Príncipe, Annobón Province, Fernando de Noronha, Rocas Atoll,, Saint Helena, Trindade and Martim Vaz, Tristan da Cunha, Gough Island (A ...
Ganga Kingdom... which a battle was fought in 890. It states that the place was part of theuntil 1004 and was known as "Bengaval-uru", the "City of Guards" in Halega ...
U.K.... Japanese prime minister Junichiro Koizumi said that he supported the U.S.,, and Spain for ending diplomatic efforts against Iraq. He also indicated ...
Roman RepublicThe Hasmonean kingdom fell in 63 BC, and the area was incorporated into the. Queen Cleopatra VII used Ashkelon as her place of refuge when her brothe ...
Canada... ticut River Valley south to Springfield, Hartford and New Haven or north to(Quebec)
Japan... earthquake here since the magnitude nine Cascadia Earthquake; according toese records, it occurred 26 January 1700. Lesser Puget Sound earthquakes w ...
MaltaGreat Britain didn't respect the terms of the Treaty of Amiens by occupyingand gathered a Third Coalition against France. The French intervention in ...
Germany... war, the USSR brought an entire Opel manufacturing line from Brandenburg in. A factory called MZMA (Moskovsky Zavod Malolitrazhnykh Avtomobiley, that ...
Saudi Arabia... ted the YAR with troops and supplies to combat forces loyal to the Kingdom.and Jordan supported Badr's royalist forces to oppose the newly formed rep ...
Iraq... Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Java, Burma, India, Ceylon, Pakistan, Persia and. Another branch extends from Persian Gulf to Red Sea, connecting Persian, ...
Delhi Sultanate... n, including the Ghaznavid Empire (975–1187 CE), the Ghorid Kingdom and the(1206–1526 CE). The Lodi dynasty, the last of the Delhi Sultanate, was rep ...
Armenia... available in Argentina, especially from confectioners of Syrian-Lebanese orn origin. In the 1940s, a halva substitute named Mantecol made with peanut ...
Scotland... a similar Old English etymology owing to its path into the foreign land of. This route is also known as Dere Street. This may also be the case for a ...
Iceland... rose Edda, sometimes referred to as the Younger Edda or Snorri's Edda is anic manual of poetics which also contains many mythological stories. Its pu ...
Falkland Islands... ic voyage, Endeavour spent the next three years shipping Navy stores to the. Renamed and sold into private hands in 1775, she briefly returned to nav ...
LibyaAfter the neighboring countries of Egypt andboth gained independence in the early 1950s, relations were initially coop ...
Cambodia... amese American shrimpers as immigrants following the Vietnam War as well asn and Laotian refugees and their children. Bayou la Batre was a popular de ...
Russian EmpireAll of these languages are today separate in their own right. In thethe official view was that the Belarusian ("White Russian"), Ukrainian ("L ...
Saudi Arabia... bdul-Aziz of Saudi Arabia (1876 – 9 November 1953) was the first monarch of, the third Saudi State. He was usually called Ibn Saud in English-speakin ...
Malta... uania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali,, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Federated States of Mic ...
Italy... her husband Cyril Kay-Scott set sail for Europe, traveling through France,, England and Algeria. Merton later half-jokingly referred to this odd tri ...
Spanish Morocco... epair a perceived injustice, the need of a collaborative base of natives in, and an attempt to attract the sympathy of wealthy European Sephardis lik ...
CanadaOn the other hand, several major countries are quite restrictive. In, ULC ministers have been authorized to solemnize marriage only in a few l ...
Chile... h for "The Law") was a Grammy Award and two-time Latin Grammy Award-winningan rock band formed by Andrés Bobe and Rodrigo Aboitiz with Mauricio Clave ...
PolandIn 1993 Jackson held a concert at's Sopot International Song Festival and released a step aerobics exercise ...
Saint Helena... cipe, Annobón Province, Fernando de Noronha, Rocas Atoll, Ascension Island,, Trindade and Martim Vaz, Tristan da Cunha, Gough Island (Also known as D ...
People's Republic of China... anges which Lee supports. There was concern in the United States and in thethat Chen would be supportive of Lee's positions, a belief which was reinf ...
Russia... lso written as Moskvich, Moskvič or Moskwitch) was an automobile brand fromproduced by AZLK from 1945 to 1991 and by OAO Moskvitch from 1991 to 2002. ...
Russia... the Tsar they saw the nobles as corrupt and evil, preventing the people offrom communicating with the well-intentioned Tsar and misinterpreting his ...
Mexico... ceiving their 50th First Division rating in 1989. The band has traveled to:, Edmonton, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Florida, Atlanta, St. Louis, Missou ...
Jordan... ly 2005, which was attended by Egypt, Israel, the Palestinian Authority and. The Egyptian Chief of Intelligence, General Omar Suleiman, has played a ...
Gangavadi... ysalas achieved the status of a real kingdom for the first time. He wrestedfrom the Cholas in 1116 and moved the capital from Belur to Halebidu
Norway... men and women, mainly foreign-Norwegian who had volunteered for war duty induring the Nazi occupation in early 1940. Through the summer the number wa ...
Zimbabwe... ighboring countries. Thousands of refugees from deteriorating conditions inhave gone to South Africa. The long war in Congo, in which numerous nation ...
SovietThe Elektronika BK was a series of 16-bit PDP-11-compatiblehome computers developed by NPO Scientific Center, the leading Soviet micr ...
Roman Republic... red by the conception of the United States as a modern reincarnation of the, a theme that recurs in other elements as well (including the prevalence ...
Tristan da Cunha... onha, Rocas Atoll, Ascension Island, Saint Helena, Trindade and Martim Vaz,, Gough Island (Also known as Diego Alvarez), Falkland Islands, Tierra del ...
Spain... Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia,, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom
Madagascar... multinational Daewoo Logistics secured 1.3 million hectares of farmland in, half the size of Belgium, to grow maize and crops for biofuels. Roughly ...
United Kingdom... lair ZX Spectrum, where it successfully established itself primarily in the, France, Spain, and the German-speaking parts of Europe
Jordan... troops and supplies to combat forces loyal to the Kingdom. Saudi Arabia andsupported Badr's royalist forces to oppose the newly formed republic start ...
Vietnam... and their problems with romance and organized crime. Cyclo, a 1995 film byese director Tran Anh Hung, is centered on a cycle rickshaw driver. Tollyw ...
BangladeshVarious kinds of halua are prepared acrossand neighbouring Bengali-speaking regions of Kolkata (Calcutta). Some of t ...
Chile... ral economic theory, with the first neoliberal governments being created in, where a military coup led by Augusto Pinochet took place in 1973
French West Africa... ed Senegal, Guinea, Mali, Burkina Faso, Benin, Côte d'Ivoire and Niger into. Portugal founded the colony of Guinea-Bissau, while Germany claimed Togo ...
Egypt... s a Palestinian from Gaza, whose mother, Yasser's paternal grandmother, wasian. Arafat's father worked as a textile merchant in Cairo's religiously m ...
Nanyue... dealt with the region's defense and foreign affairs. The naval conquest ofin 111 BCE expanded the Han realm into what are now modern Guangdong, Guan ...
Ostrogothic KingdomAfter the conquest of Italy by the Goths, Tyrol became part of thefrom the 5th to the 6th century. After the fall of the Ostrogothic Kingdom ...
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BermudaThe defence ofremains the responsibility of the National (British) Government, rather th ...
France... Hybrid wheat has been a limited commercial success in Europe (particularly), the USA and South Africa. F1 hybrid wheat cultivars should not be confu ...
Sweden... Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Spain,, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom
Saudi Arabia... tered as a notary public or a justice of the peace. In some places, such asand Iran, religion and government are one, and anyone caught promoting a r ...
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Kenya... le of Nigeria; and by the !Kung Bushmen of the Kalahari Desert. The Kikuyu,'s most populous ethnic group, practiced ritual killing of twins. If a mot ...
Greek... le of Salamis (, Naumachia tēs Salaminos) was fought between an Alliance ofcity-states and the Persian Empire in September 480 BCE, in the straits be ...
Madagascar... otes encounters with the "White Rajah" of Sarawak, with Queen Ranavalona of, and with Emperor Maximilian of Mexico; and service as a Union major and ...
South Africa... housands of refugees from deteriorating conditions in Zimbabwe have gone to. The long war in Congo, in which numerous nations have been involved, has ...
France... , where it successfully established itself primarily in the United Kingdom,, Spain, and the German-speaking parts of Europe
England... sband Cyril Kay-Scott set sail for Europe, traveling through France, Italy,and Algeria. Merton later half-jokingly referred to this odd trio as the " ...
Soviet Union... to the former factory in order to avoid legal issues after the fall of thein 1991. Since the factory had no assembly branches outside Russia after 1 ...
Switzerland... Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden,, Turkey, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom
Comorosis made up of three islands that have inadequate transportation links, a y ...
Bulgaria... t Slavic region to Christianity the people used service books borrowed fromand Macedonia, which were written in Old Church Slavonic. The Church Slavo ...
Italy... combat near Castel d'Aiano in the Apennine mountains southwest of Bologna,, Dole was hit by German machine gun fire in his upper right back and his ...
Portugal... Mali, Burkina Faso, Benin, Côte d'Ivoire and Niger into French West Africa.founded the colony of Guinea-Bissau, while Germany claimed Togoland, but w ...
SwitzerlandIn, public sympathy was high for the Republican cause, but the federal gover ...
Mexico... ports and Bravo (2004–07), Channel Five (2007–08) and ESPN (since 2009), InTelevisa Deportes Network HD two games delay in the week
Belgium... cs secured 1.3 million hectares of farmland in Madagascar, half the size of, to grow maize and crops for biofuels. Roughly half of the country's arab ...
Spain... it successfully established itself primarily in the United Kingdom, France,, and the German-speaking parts of Europe
Israel... omalian and Ethiopian ports all the way to Egypt. In Europe it extends from, Lebanon, Egypt, and Italy (historically, Venice) in the Mediterranean Se ...
Bulgaria... ieval rulers. One of the most credible claims has been that of the khans of(see Nominalia of the Bulgarian khans). A popular, but ultimately unconfir ...
United KingdomBritish citizens who have only a connection to Jersey, and not with theor another Member state of the European Union, are not considered to be Eu ...
Northern IrelandIn April 1988, at a concert in Antrim,, Mustaine unknowingly dedicated the final song to the IRA. Before the fin ...
Prussia... ods from other areas are Perkūnas (Lithuania), Pērkons (Latvia), Percunis (), Piarun (Belarus), Peko or Pekolasõ (Estonia) and Perun (Bulgaria, Croat ...
Portugal... akia), as well as in parts of Western Europe (Belgium, France, Netherlands,). He is also the patron saint of Aberdeen, Amsterdam, Barranquilla, Bari, ...
El Salvador... broadly representative international communities. Hispanics with origins in, Guatemala, Honduras, other Central American countries, and South America ...
Russia... he area of Miass in the Ilmen mountains, 50 miles southwest of Chelyabinsk,, where it occurs in granitic rocks. More recently, high-quality crystals ...
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Germany... expense of China, dividing it with the Japanese as they would do later withover Poland in Europe. Soon the Soviets became wary of the Japanese ambiti ...
IsraelThe borough was named for the biblical village of Emmaus (now within modern), where, according to the New Testament, Jesus was seen by disciples foll ...
Roman Republic... s historians such as Polybius, Livy and Plutarch documented the rise of the, and the organization and histories of other nations, while statesmen lik ...
AustriaArnold Alois Schwarzenegger (; ; born July 30, 1947) is ann and American former professional bodybuilder, actor, businessman, invest ...
Latvia... n origin. Related gods from other areas are Perkūnas (Lithuania), Pērkons (), Percunis (Prussia), Piarun (Belarus), Peko or Pekolasõ (Estonia) and Pe ...
Greece... vina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany,, Hungary, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, ...
BulgariaIn, the term halva (халва) is used for several varieties of the dessert. Tah ...
EgyptEncouraged by the rhetoric of President Nasser ofagainst British colonial rule in the Middle East, pressure for the British ...
Canada... June 23, 1978), who were British immigrants to the United States by way of. Her brother was William Farrell Verdon (August 1, 1923 – June 10, 1991). ...
Haiti... ria, the Republic of Benin, Togo, Brazil, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guyana,, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, the United States, ...
Maldives... chtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia,, Mali, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Federated ...
Lithuania... me is of Indo-European origin. Related gods from other areas are Perkūnas (), Pērkons (Latvia), Percunis (Prussia), Piarun (Belarus), Peko or Pekolas ...
India(2006) is a documentary film on cycle rickshaw men in Pondicherry,
Scotland... dges of the Inner House of the Court of Session (the supreme civil court in), and judges from various other Commonwealth member states. The Council w ...
Gibraltar... take part in the Peninsular Campaign and rendezvous with 5,000 troops from
PolandIn 2009, Greece had the EU's second-lowest Index of Economic Freedom (after), ranking 81st in the world. The country suffers from high levels of poli ...
Germany... d Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia,, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, ...
Confederate... hooting a Union cavalryman. In fact, the Union trooper had been killed by asoldier who was fighting the continuing destruction of local facilities. C ...
Germany... nes were hijacked and forced to land in a Western country, predominantly inand especially in West Berlin, because of it being situated like an island ...
Syria... earliest levels of Tell Aswad, in the Damascus basin, near Mount Hermon in. These remains were dated by Willem van Zeist and his assistant Johanna B ...
BelgianZoersel is a municipality located in theprovince of Antwerp. The municipality comprises the towns of Halle, St. An ...
North Korea... hips with neighboring countries, especially the People's Republic of China,and South Korea. Despite some formal statements of regret from Prime Minis ...
Sweden... of imported iron to supplement native supplies. This came principally fromfrom the mid-17th century and later also from Russia from the end of the 1 ...
Iraq... dog from active duty. She sustained serious injuries with her dog, Rex, infrom an improvised explosive device. Jamie and her dog attended the 2006 S ...
Kingdom of Ireland... of the Irish Free State in 1922. The old Irish Houses of Parliament of thewere located in College Green
Soviet UnionMeanwhile, Joseph Stalin and hisin the 1920s and early of 1930s stood by Japan’s invasion of China at firs ...
United Kingdom... marked by growing econimic and political reforms, renewed friction with theover the British presence in the south, and growing pressures to support t ...
Denmark... t years it has started to breed in lowland areas again, e.g., in Sweden and
Portugal... can patriot Francisco de Miranda) his force was instead ordered to sail for, to take part in the Peninsular Campaign and rendezvous with 5,000 troops ...
England... rds makes it dissimilar to the Church of England (the established church in). Under its constitution (recognised by acts of Parliament), the Kirk enj ...
Soviet Union... reinforced the Treaty of Rapallo in 1922 and improved relations between theand Germany. In 1926, Germany was admitted to the League of Nations as a p ...
Netherlands... Serbia, Slovakia), as well as in parts of Western Europe (Belgium, France,, Portugal). He is also the patron saint of Aberdeen, Amsterdam, Barranqui ...
SwissJacques Necker (30 September 1732 – 9 April 1804) was a French statesman ofbirth and finance minister of Louis XVI, a post he held in the lead-up to ...
Roman Empire... is no doubt of its having continued to subsist throughout the period of the. Strabo speaks of it as one of the places on the north coast of Sicily wh ...
SwitzerlandHe was born in La Chaux-de-Fonds,and after studying law in Neuchâtel and Vienna he became attorney-at-law i ...
Papua New Guinea... in Agibu and Amosa villages of Gimi region of Eastern Highlands province ofwhere tribal fighting in the region of Gimi has been going on since 1986 ( ...
France... elgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland,, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lith ...
Soviet Russia... the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the Russian Civil War into the period ofand the until 1925
KenyaTransport in Kenya compares well with other East African countries.has an extensive network of paved and unpaved roads. Its railway system li ...
KazakhstanThe economy ofis the largest economy in Central Asia. It possesses enormous potassium re ...
Puerto Rico... c of Benin, Togo, Brazil, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica,, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, the United States, Uruguay and Venezuela ...
Honduras... nternational communities. Hispanics with origins in El Salvador, Guatemala,, other Central American countries, and South America now comprise one of ...
Netherlands... growth in France is the fastest of Europe, matched only by Ireland and the. However, it is slower than that of the United States, largely because of ...
Poland... ina, dividing it with the Japanese as they would do later with Germany overin Europe. Soon the Soviets became wary of the Japanese ambition and succe ...
Roman RepublicAedile (, from aedes, "temple building") was an office of the. Based in Rome, the aediles were responsible for maintenance of public bu ...
Finland... elarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia,, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latv ...
German... From 1772–1829 and 1878–1945, the Province of East Prussia was part of thestate of Prussia. The capital city was
Mali... , Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives,, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Federated States ...
Senegal... ion won in land in Paraguay and Uruguay. Discussions with Laos, Myanmar andare also currently underway
IranIn 1939, diplomatic relations between Egypt andwere upgraded to ambassadorial level, and Youssef Zulficar Pasha was appoi ...
Federation of Arab Emirates of the South... d, on 11 February 1959, six of the West Aden Protectorate states formed theto which nine other states were subsequently added
Carthage... cupation. (The Greeks followed a parallel practice in respect to Heracles.)even sent a yearly tribute of 10% of the public treasury to the god in Tyr ...
NetherlandsScheemda is a former municipality and a town in the northeastern. Since January 1, 2010 it forms a part of Oldambt
PakistanKillings of newborn babies has been on the rise in, corresponding to an increase in poverty across the country. More than 1, ...
Estonia... baijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic,, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Italy, Kazakhs ...
Guatemala... sentative international communities. Hispanics with origins in El Salvador,, Honduras, other Central American countries, and South America now compri ...
Carthage... lopment of a cross-Saharan trade with cultures across the Sahara, includingand the Berbers; major exports included gold, cotton cloth, metal ornament ...
India... orporation is the second-largest city corporation in the state of Kerala in. The city is the only local body and city in Kerala which directly contro ...
Bhutan... n be a particular ethnic group, such as the Saxons; a nation state, such as; or a broader cultural group, such as a Western society. The word society ...
Puerto Rico... araschino cherry or both. The piña colada has been the official beverage ofsince 1978
Iceland... cs which also contains many mythological stories. Its purpose was to enableic poets and readers to understand the subtleties of alliterative verse, a ...
Brazil... isputes. Municipal pollution comes from the eastern United States, southern, and eastern Argentina; oil pollution in the Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexic ...
Germany... and's public opposition to Emperor Napoleon III and settled in Baden-Baden,. In 1870, however, Johannes Brahms persuaded her to sing in the first pub ...
NetherlandsMenterwolde is a municipality in the northeastern
India... ns Children's Fund (UNICEF) up to 50 million girls and women are missing in's population as a result of systematic sex discrimination. The UNICEF stu ...
United Arab Republic... r the British to leave South Yemen grew. Following Nasser's creation of the, attempts to incorporate Yemen in turn threatened Aden and the Protectora ...
Syria... t settlement mound, located in modern-day Ar-Raqqah Governorate in northern. It is located on a plateau near the south bank of the Euphrates, east of ...
Zambia... r countries – Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Tanzania and, with the DRC (45%) and Tanzania (41%) possessing the majority of the lak ...
Iran... there, it followed a nearly straight line west through mountainous northern, Mesopotamia and the northern tip of the Syrian Desert to the Levant, whe ...
Swedish... evy om människan i tid och rum) is a poem of science fiction written by theNobel laureate Harry Martinson in 1956. It was published on 13 October 195 ...
Italy... statecraft, Paul II lacked eminence and achieved nothing of consequence for. In the Papal States, however, in 1465 he eliminated the regime of the co ...
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Hong Kong... ssachusetts State Police in Martin Scorsese's The Departed, a remake of thepolice thriller Infernal Affairs. Assessing his work in the two films, Man ...
Denmark... esley was in Ireland in May 1807 when he heard of the British expedition to. He decided to go, stepping down from his political appointments and was ...
DutchVeendam is a municipality and a town in the northeasternprovince of Groningen
Iraq... h Korea also criticized Japan for sending its Ground Self Defence Forces to, which was seen as a return to militarism. The government of Japan insist ...
British... 8 and 1911 and as The Earl Curzon of Kedleston between 1911 and 1921, was aConservative statesman who was Viceroy of India and Foreign Secretary. The ...
Czech Republic... a, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria,, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Italy ...
Irish Free State... eet. It has been the home of the Irish parliament since the creation of thein 1922. The old Irish Houses of Parliament of the Kingdom of Ireland were ...
Soviet Union... ofu, Kunashiri, Shikotan, and the Habomai group) which were occupied by thein 1945. South Korea's assertions concerning Liancourt Rocks (Japanese: "T ...
Scotland... to Fionn. Legend has it he built the Giant's Causeway as stepping-stones to, so as not to get his feet wet; he also once scooped up part of Ireland t ...
RussiaIn the meantime he had travelled around the world:and Central Asia (1888-9), a long tour of Persia (1889–90), Siam, French I ...
Israel... . Contentious issues include Egypt's signing of the Camp David Accords within 1979, its support for Iraq in Iran's eight-year conflict, the Islamic R ...
Croatia... Prussia), Piarun (Belarus), Peko or Pekolasõ (Estonia) and Perun (Bulgaria,, Czech republic, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine)
Roman EmpireDuring the height of the, famous historians such as Polybius, Livy and Plutarch documented the ris ...
Normandy... zone. It lies in the English Channel, about from the Cotentin Peninsula in, France, and about south of Great Britain. Geographically it is not part ...
MexicoFiestas Patrias inoriginated in the 19th century and are observed today as five public holid ...
Cuba... practiced throughout areas of Nigeria, the Republic of Benin, Togo, Brazil,, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Suriname, Trini ...
Lebanon... d strained relations, and the Iraqis refused to join the initial offensive., which shared a border with Israel, was not expected to join the Arab war ...
Japan... the provision. The cash and carry clause was set to expire after two years.invaded China in July 1937, starting the Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945). Pr ...
NetherlandsVan Creveld was born in thein the city of Rotterdam, and has lived in Israel since shortly after his ...
Japan... n, Chris Wilson (formerly of Good Charlotte) for the MxPx All Stars tour inand South East Asia. The ensemble toured cities like Tokyo, Yokohoma, Nago ...
Ukraine... on Wiking and the Leibstandarte were with Army Group South, heading for theand the city of Kiev
Benin... re similarities than differences. This belief system is a major religion of
Italy... rt to the Levant, where Mediterranean trading ships plied regular routes to, while land routes went either north through Anatolia or south to North A ...
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IsraelMartin Levi van Creveld (born 5 March 1946) is ani military historian and theorist
Bulgaria... ercunis (Prussia), Piarun (Belarus), Peko or Pekolasõ (Estonia) and Perun (, Croatia, Czech republic, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine)
SwissHans Schaffner (December 16, 1908 in Interlaken - November 26, 2004) was apolitician and member of the Swiss Federal Council (1961-1970)
RussiaJapan contests's control of the Southern Kuril Islands (including Etorofu, Kunashiri, Sh ...
Duchy of Carinthia... originating in Gorizia, held not only Tyrol and Gorizia, but for a time the. At the end of count Meinhard II's rule (1259–1295) the "county and reign ...
Spain... ay (2005), Japan (March 1, 2006), most EU countries (around 2006) including, Ireland and the , Australia, Hong Kong and the United States (2007), Ser ...
Colony of Aden... ruled as part of British India until 1937, when the city of Aden became the, a crown colony in its own right. The Aden hinterland and Hadhramaut to t ...
Moldova... ny, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia,, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia and M ...
Philippines... Third Cinema (such as Tomás Gutiérrez Alea of Cuba or Kidlat Tahimik of the)
Albania... s ... proving the Greek origin of the interested person and his ancestors."is since the 1940s demanding that Greece grant a Right of Return to the Mu ...
SwissPierre Graber (6 December 1908 – 19 July 2003) was apolitician and member of the Swiss Federal Council (1970-1978)
United Kingdom... as the Privy Council, is a formal body of advisers to the Sovereign in the. Its membership is mostly made up of senior politicians who are (or have ...
Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen... am Yahya Muhammad strengthened his control over northern Yemen creating the
Germany... the Otto cycle engine developed in 1876 by Nikolaus August Otto in Cologne,, after the operation principle described by Alphonse Beau de Rochas in 18 ...
SpanishIfni was aprovince on the Atlantic coast of Morocco, south of Agadir and across from ...
Lithuania... France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia,, Macedonia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, ...
KenyaTwo routes in the Trans-African Highway network pass throughand the capital, Nairobi
Swiss... lf Gnägi (3 August 1917, Schwadernau, Canton of Bern - 20 April 1985) was apolitician and member of the Swiss Federal Council (1966-1979)
Korean Empire... Goryeo (until 1274), and kings and emperors of the Joseon Dynasty. For the(1897–1910), era names should be used, but the temple names are often used ...
Mutawakkilite Kingdom of YemenTheengaged in hostilities with the House of Saud, feuding over Asir. The conf ...
Brazil... led are practiced throughout areas of Nigeria, the Republic of Benin, Togo,, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Suriname, ...
Jordan... st cultivated in the southern Levant with finds at Iraq ed-Dubb in northerndating back as far as 9600 BC. Genetic analysis of wild einkorn wheat sugg ...
CeylonIn August 1689, a French fleet appeared near the coast ofcompelling the Governor of Pulicat Lawrence Pitt who was on high seas to s ...
France... ate new "ranger" and "light infantry" units adept at woodland warfare. Whenconceded Canada to Great Britain in 1763, defence of the territory remaine ...
Joseon Dynasty... er to kings of the early Goryeo (until 1274), and kings and emperors of the. For the Korean Empire (1897–1910), era names should be used, but the tem ...
Estonia... Pērkons (Latvia), Percunis (Prussia), Piarun (Belarus), Peko or Pekolasõ () and Perun (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech republic, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, ...
MalaysiaThe first RFID passports ("E-passport") were issued byin 1998. In addition to information also contained on the visual data page ...
Latvia... inland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan,, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal ...
Uganda... ks the nation's ports and major cities and connects Kenya with neighbouring. There are 15 airports with paved runways
Cuba... mmakers of the Latin American Third Cinema (such as Tomás Gutiérrez Alea ofor Kidlat Tahimik of the Philippines)
Philippine... 9's Apocalypse Now, a film that gained him wide recognition. Filming in thejungle in the typhoon season of 1976, Sheen admitted he was not in the gre ...
Malawi... iberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar,, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Mauritius ...
Parthian Empire... red information on Shendu (Indus River valley of North India) and Anxi (the). All of these countries eventually received Han embassies. These connect ...
Rheged... and hence ultimately led to another 'foreign land' in Saxon times, that ofor modern
Uganda... e company East African Railways. It jointly served the present countries of, Tanzania and Kenya. Since the dissolution of the EAR corporation in 1977 ...
Soviet... about a common target, and the B-3 was to have penetration aids to counterAnti-Ballistic Missile defenses. The B-3 missile evolved into the C-3 Pose ...
FrenchJacques Necker (30 September 1732 – 9 April 1804) was astatesman of Swiss birth and finance minister of Louis XVI, a post he held ...
Kazakhstan... , Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Italy,, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, ...
Sweden... s. In recent years it has started to breed in lowland areas again, e.g., inand Denmark
Bangladesh... nded with the formal secession of East Pakistan as the independent state of
Egypt... f victory in the last years of the First Coalition, had gone to campaign in. Missing two of its most important military figures from the previous con ...
Republic of China... an has strained relations with the People's Republic of China (PRC) and the(Taiwan) over the Senkaku Islands; and with the People's Republic of China ...
France... d Carabinieri in Italy and the Police Nationale and National Gendarmerie in
Norwegian... 1977. In January 1986, after a romantic courtship, Ross married billionaireshipping magnate Arne Næss, Jr.. After several years of legal separation, ...
United Kingdom... are unlawful without shareholder approval in many jurisdictions such as the, frowned upon in others such as throughout the European Union, and lawful ...
FranceLawson owns a property in, and divides his time between France and the UK
SwedenHeidelberg is on European walking route E1 (-Umbria)
Czech Republic... egal procedures often make remigration difficult, even after Poland and thejoined the European Union
United KingdomIn 1812, with theengaged in Europe, the United States took the opportunity to declare war a ...
Israel... ow. In October 1956 he signed the Protocol of Sèvres with Great Britain andon behalf of France
SomaliaTogdheer (, ) is an administrative region (gobolka) in northwestern. It lies in the territory of Somaliland, a self-declared republic that is ...
Iceland... the independent Jarls under his control, many of the rebels having fled to. He found himself ruling not only Norway, but the Isles, Man and parts of ...
MoroccoIfni was a Spanish province on the Atlantic coast of, south of Agadir and across from the Canary Islands
Italy... and their fossils have been found in places such as California, Florida and. The conflicting molecular data regarding their relationships is not much ...
People's Republic of China... nowledged, but not accepted by Japan. Japan has strained relations with the(PRC) and the Republic of China (Taiwan) over the Senkaku Islands; and wit ...
Ukraine... White Island, Leuce, in the Black Sea off the modern coasts of Romania and, with a temple and an oracle which survived into the Roman period
Italy... tue of Burns, which was designed by Amelia Paton Hill, sculpted in Carrara,in 1882, and was unveiled by future Prime Minister, Archibald Primrose, 5t ...
IndiaVarious types of halva fromare distinguished by the region and the ingredients from which they are pr ...
Israel... Ascalonia; Akkadian: Isqalluna) is a coastal city in the South District ofon the Mediterranean coast, south of Tel Aviv, and north of the border wit ...
SwissThomas Holenstein (7 February 1896 - 31 October 1962) was apolitician and member of the Swiss Federal Council (1955-1959)
CyprusIn Greece and, the term halvas (χαλβάς) is used for both varieties of the dessert. Sesa ...
Dominican Republic... ced throughout areas of Nigeria, the Republic of Benin, Togo, Brazil, Cuba,, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, the ...
Iran... century was restored and reopened in the latter half of the 1990s funded by, to become the only working mosque in Armenia. Nowadays, Islamic religiou ...
Poland... rly life, but legal procedures often make remigration difficult, even afterand the Czech Republic joined the European Union
Malaysia... Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malawi,, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, ...
Belarus... as are Perkūnas (Lithuania), Pērkons (Latvia), Percunis (Prussia), Piarun (), Peko or Pekolasõ (Estonia) and Perun (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech republic ...
Italy... epublic, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iran,, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, the Netherlands, Norw ...
Japan... gle lived in temperate Europe, North Asia, North America, North Africa, and. In most areas this bird is now a mountain-dweller, but in former centuri ...
Ireland... ted a single body, and the Scots privy council was abolished on 1 May 1708., on the other hand, continued to have a separate Privy Council even after ...
Thailand... ssault or revenge is overwhelmingly a female-on-male crime, particularly in. Lorena Bobbit famously removed her husband's penis in 1993. In cases of ...
Romania... illes on the White Island, Leuce, in the Black Sea off the modern coasts ofand Ukraine, with a temple and an oracle which survived into the Roman per ...
Soviet Union... e Caucasian Chalk Circle, a play is staged as a parable to villagers in theto justify the re-allocation of their farmland: the tale describes how a c ...
Italy... and the Policía Nacional in Spain, the Polizia di Stato and Carabinieri inand the Police Nationale and National Gendarmerie in France
GoryeoIn Korea, temple names are used to refer to kings of the early(until 1274), and kings and emperors of the Joseon Dynasty. For the Korean ...
GreeceInand Cyprus, the term halvas (χαλβάς) is used for both varieties of the des ...
Moroccan... ,879 and 3,730 respectively. They are followed by the Romanian (2,248), the(2,058), the Ecuadorian (1,832), the Chinese (1,390), the Brazilian (1,273 ...
Norway... arald Fairhair led a fleet from Norway to Scotland. In his attempt to unite, he found that many of those opposed to his rise to power had taken refug ...
New Zealand... farm building where milk is harvested is often called a milking parlor. Insuch a building is historically known as the milking shed - although in re ...
Canada... laims to have congregations located all over the United States and parts ofand many other parts of the world. The organization also states it has a m ...
Hungary... lgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece,, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, the Neth ...
Iran... zech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary,, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, the Netherland ...
Sierra Leone... and the coastal regions stretching from southern Ghana to coastal parts of. Like Islam, elements of Traditional African religion are mixed with Chri ...
Bermuda... Strait, and the northwestern Atlantic and have been spotted as far south asand Madeira. Ships are subject to superstructure icing in the extreme nort ...
Russia... Britain, the Kingdom of Naples, the Ottoman Empire, Papal States, Portugal,, Sweden and other states. During the War of the Second Coalition, the Fre ...
Cyprus... sted aid from Athens. Pericles led 250 ships, originally intended to attack, to their aid because it would further damage Persia. After four years, h ...
People's Republic of China... e United Kingdom, France, Australia and New Zealand (2009); Portugal (2010);, Turkey, Mexico, Canada, Indonesia, Czech Republic, South Africa, Argent ...
SomaliaGalguduud is an administrative region (gobolka) in central
Israel... vil lawsuit for the 1996 murders of Yaron and Efrat Ungar near Bet Shemesh,. Hamas has been ordered to pay the families of the Ungars $116 million. O ...
English... the Dutch effort, and required them to return all of New Netherland to the, including the three counties they created. That handover took place on J ...
Prussia... er of the national Red Cross societies of Austria, the Netherlands, Sweden,and Spain, he was nearly forgotten in the official discourse of the Red Cr ...
Paraguay... vernment itself announced its intention to invest 30 billion won in land inand Uruguay. Discussions with Laos, Myanmar and Senegal are also currently ...
Irish Free State... gues that the Second Dáil continued to exist after the establishment of the. As the Second Dáil was the last Dáil to be democratically elected by all ...
India... issed the High Court declared that if police allegations were true, Amway'sn subsidiary would be in violation of the act and the investigation should ...
BrazilThe Tapirapé indigenous people ofallowed no more than three children per woman. Furthermore, no more than t ...
Kathiri... nsisted of the three Hadhramaut states (Qu'aiti State of Shihr and Mukalla,State of Seiyun, Mahra State of Qishn and Socotra) with the remaining stat ...
United KingdomSimilar technology, such as the IFF transponder developed in the, was routinely used by the allies in World War II to identify aircraft as ...
Nigeria... next four major producers of sorghum, in decreasing quantities were India,, Sudan and Ethiopia. The other major sorghum producing regions in the wor ...
EthiopiaIt is bordered by, the Somalian regions of Mudug, Hiran, Shabeellaha Dhexe (Middle Shabele) ...
Israel... of unique approaches to publicity and public relations, on and off the web.has employed a series of Web 2.0 initiatives which are indicative of how a ...
Normandy... ame, by mixing with the local population, the Normans and settled mostly inin the 9th century
Iran... pects of Baluchi culture. They are of strong significance to the culture ofand hold a special place in the society. The women put on loose dress and ...
Spain... police agencies overlap, include Guardia Civil and the Policía Nacional in, the Polizia di Stato and Carabinieri in Italy and the Police Nationale a ...
EnglishAfter taking stock, thedeclared on November 11, 1674, that settlements on the west side of the De ...
Austria... st common national animal in the world, with five nations—Albania, Germany,, Mexico and Kazakhstan—making it the national animal. It is also a common ...
Egypt... e include southeastern parts of Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, the Levant, Israel,and Ethiopia. Recent findings narrow the first domestication of wheat down ...
Iran... Yerevan were Armenians with minorities of Russians, Kurds, Azerbaijanis andians present as well. However with the breakout of the Nagorno-Karabakh Wa ...
Syria... actions were carried out by armed Palestinian Arab gangs who were joined byn and Iraqi reinforcements. The Arab Higher Committee, led by Haj Amin al- ...
Morocco... rested in its lost medieval fortress in order to claim the southern part of, and for no clear reason Ifni was wrongly considered the most likely area
France... Low Countries, the western Rhineland, the lands today on the border betweenand Germany, and what is now western Switzerland. It was born of the tripa ...
IsraelThe Law of Return is legislation enacted byin 1950, that gives all Jews, persons of Jewish ancestry, and spouses of J ...
Sudan... r major producers of sorghum, in decreasing quantities were India, Nigeria,and Ethiopia. The other major sorghum producing regions in the world, by h ...
Andhra PradeshIn September 2006, following a public complaint,state police (CID) initiated raids and seizures against Amway distributors ...
South Africa... s, such as Chile, Israel, the Philippines, France, Austria, New Zealand and, use a centralized system of policing. Other countries have multiple poli ...
Carthage... d in subsequent wars. In the First Punic War it was at first dependent upon; and though the citizens, alarmed at the progress of the Roman arms, were ...
Low CountriesLotharingia was a region in northwest Europe, comprising the, the western Rhineland, the lands today on the border between France and ...
Sweden... ary member of the national Red Cross societies of Austria, the Netherlands,, Prussia and Spain, he was nearly forgotten in the official discourse of ...
Bolivia... immigrants from countries such as El Salvador, Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia,, Peru, Jamaica and elsewhere in the West Indies led a new wave of migrati ...
Scotland... pplique by hand, with the addition of couched threads and cords, tweed from, fabrics from the Victoria and Albert Museum, and feathers from London Zo ...
Soviet UnionOperation Barbarossa, the German invasion of the, started on 22 June 1941, and all the Waffen-SS formations participated ( ...
Germany... is the most common national animal in the world, with five nations—Albania,, Austria, Mexico and Kazakhstan—making it the national animal. It is also ...
United KingdomThehas a long heritage of stand-up comedy, which began in the music halls of ...
Soviet UnionIn 1945 Léon Theremin invented an espionage tool for thewhich retransmitted incident radio waves with audio information. Sound wav ...
New ZealandSome countries, such as Chile, Israel, the Philippines, France, Austria,and South Africa, use a centralized system of policing. Other countries ha ...
New Zealand... celand, Sweden and Norway (2008); the United Kingdom, France, Australia and(2009); Portugal (2010); People's Republic of China, Turkey, Mexico, Canad ...
SwitzerlandBy 1956 his health had deteriorated and he began to spend time infor health reasons. In 1957 he retired from the post of editor of Candido ...
Qu'aiti... torate. The eastern protectorate consisted of the three Hadhramaut states (State of Shihr and Mukalla, Kathiri State of Seiyun, Mahra State of Qishn ...
Syria... t, and the Nile Delta. These include southeastern parts of Turkey, Lebanon,, the Levant, Israel, Egypt and Ethiopia. Recent findings narrow the first ...
Congo... ath of human deforestation and development, especially in Indonesia and the. They are also hunted by humans, as part of the growing African "bushmeat ...
Iran... province of Sakestan, or the present-day Sistan va Balochistan province of, which holds strong significance to the culture of Baluch people. Baluch ...
IndiaIn the USA and, news organizations have begun to rely more on their own websites and hav ...
FinlandSS Division Nord in northerntook part in Operation Arctic Fox with the Finnish Army and at the battle ...
Israel... smuggling B-17 Flying Fortress bombers from Florida to the nascent state ofduring the 1948 Arab–Israeli War. All three received Presidential pardons ...
Western Roman Empire... of Emperor Theodosius I (395), the Empire was divided into an Eastern and a. The Western part faced increasing economic and political crisis and freq ...
Portugal... Norway (2008); the United Kingdom, France, Australia and New Zealand (2009);(2010); People's Republic of China, Turkey, Mexico, Canada, Indonesia, Cz ...
EthiopiaTogdheer is bordered byto the south, and the Somali regions of Woqooyi Galbeed, Sanaag and Sool. ...
Luxembourg... , Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania,, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Marshall ...
Dutch East Indies... country was still recovering from World War II, the revolt in the oil-richsaw sharp criticism of the Queen by the Dutch economic elite
Israel... ta. These include southeastern parts of Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, the Levant,, Egypt and Ethiopia. Recent findings narrow the first domestication of wh ...
Polandof Przemyśl, and was the royal secretary offrom 1553. I
ScotlandFile:Lothians and Fife Spanish Civil Warr Memorial.JPG | Kirkcaldy,File:International brigade memorial.01.JPG| Londo
UKThe Scottish Green Party was a constituent part of the formerGreen Party until 1990, when the Scottish Green Party became a separate en ...
Northern Ireland... nationality law a person born anywhere on the island of Ireland (including) is considered "Irish." A person born outside of Ireland with entitlement ...
Jordan... ral Arab countries. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Fatah faced off within a brief civil war. Forced out of Jordan and into Lebanon, Arafat and Fa ...
Georgia... Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France,, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Ma ...
Lithuania... the Polish-Lithuanian-Teutonic War, whereby the united armies of Poland and, defeated the Teutonic Order at the Battle of Grunwald (Tannenberg) in 14 ...
India... st. The next four major producers of sorghum, in decreasing quantities were, Nigeria, Sudan and Ethiopia. The other major sorghum producing regions i ...
Mexico... national animal in the world, with five nations—Albania, Germany, Austria,and Kazakhstan—making it the national animal. It is also a common motif in ...
Italy"Gavia" portisi from the Late Pliocene of Orciano Pisano () is known from a cervical vertebra that may or may not have been from a l ...
Paraguay... tribe of Guaycuran stock, of about 5,000 by the end of the 18th century in, practiced systematic infanticide; with never more than two children bein ...
Vietnam... o the community. In addition, Asian and African immigrants from places like, India, Ethiopia and Nigeria settled into the area. It proved to be an at ...
Ethiopia... geographer, ethnologue, linguist and astronomer notable for his travels induring the first half of the 19th century. He was the older brother of Arn ...
Indonesia... 2009); Portugal (2010); People's Republic of China, Turkey, Mexico, Canada,, Czech Republic, South Africa, Argentina, and India (2011)
Hong KongInand the United States, as well as in both Northern Ireland and the Republi ...
Iraq... e carried out by armed Palestinian Arab gangs who were joined by Syrian andi reinforcements. The Arab Higher Committee, led by Haj Amin al-Husayni, w ...
FranceSome countries, such as Chile, Israel, the Philippines,, Austria, New Zealand and South Africa, use a centralized system of polic ...
Jordan... s showed much more reluctance to fully commit to a new war. King Hussein offeared another major loss of territory as had occurred in the Six-Day War, ...
UK... writer and acoustic guitar player who has been an influential figure on thefolk music scene since the 1960s
Syria... Abu Marzook, senior member of Hamas, believed to be currently in Damascus,and considered a fugitive by the US
Denmark... ncluding publications in countries such as Britain, France, Spain, Germany,, Australia, and Greece. Titles included the official Amstrad Computer Use ...
PuntlandThe government of the autonomousmacro-region in northeastern Somalia claims the southeastern Togdheer regi ...
Soviet UnionIn one story, Don Camillo visits thepretending to be a comrade. In another, the arrival of pop culture and mot ...
Togo... re called are practiced throughout areas of Nigeria, the Republic of Benin,, Brazil, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, S ...
UK... lish-speaking world include Triodos Bank, founded in 1980 and active in the, Netherlands and Spain, La Nef in France and in San Francisco
Hong Kong... a, Sevilla and the Versailles Palace near Paris. A concert was also held inin March 1994, to mark the opening of the city's new stadium. Jarre perfor ...
Costa Rica... f over $3.6 million to government officials and third party facilitators in, Egypt, Vietnam, Indonesia, the United Arab Emirates, Myanmar and Banglad ...
India... munity. In addition, Asian and African immigrants from places like Vietnam,, Ethiopia and Nigeria settled into the area. It proved to be an attractiv ...
Mongolia... ments have also purchased land in Sulawesi, Indonesia, Cambodia and Bulgan,. The South Korean government itself announced its intention to invest 30 ...
Abkhazia... with the rulers of the state. Joseph Stalin's favourite Dacha was in Gagra,. The construction of new dachas was restricted until the late 1940s and r ...
Germany... es, the western Rhineland, the lands today on the border between France and, and what is now western Switzerland. It was born of the tripartite divis ...
Colombia... percent of the total population. 11% of these new immigrants have come from, 10% from China, 7% from France, 6% from Lebanon, 6% from Romania, 4% fro ...
BermudaEarly in its history,had unusual connections with Ireland. It has been suggested that St. Brend ...
Soviet republic... urkestan is a region in northern Afghanistan, on the border with the formers of Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. In the 19th century there wa ...
FrenchVosges is adepartment, named after the local mountain range. It contains the hometown ...
AustriaSome countries, such as Chile, Israel, the Philippines, France,, New Zealand and South Africa, use a centralized system of policing. Othe ...
Italy... torian Livy records the legend that just before setting off on his march tohe made a pilgrimage to Gades, the most ancient seat of Phoenician worship ...
Spain... e Count to take Gerbert with him so that the lad could study mathematics inand acquire there some knowledge of Arabic learning. In the following year ...
EgyptFile:St marcarius.JPG|Monastery of Saint Macarius the Great, Scetes,File:Macarius Kloster BW 1.jpg|Monastery of Saint Macarius the Great, Scet ...
Irish Republic... he IRA Army Council perceived itself to be the legitimate government of the
Ethiopia... southeastern parts of Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, the Levant, Israel, Egypt and. Recent findings narrow the first domestication of wheat down to a small ...
the country's... ng the twentieth century, however, Corrèze shared the experience of many ofrural departments as the population fell steadily
Poland... tured along with other abbreviators, such as Filip Callimachus, who fled toin 1478, all of whom had been accused of pagan views. Not unaccountably, P ...
Dál Riata... c Óengusa, king of the Picts, his brother Bran and the king of the Scots of, Áed mac Boanta, along with many members of the Pictish aristocracy in ba ...
Lotharingia... o his detention in southern Italy, Louis failed to prevent the partition ofbetween Louis the German and Charles the Bald. Some jealousy between Louis ...
Greek... ll the Aegean area. We find Cretan vessels exported to Melos, Egypt and themainland. Melian vases came in their turn to Crete. After 1600 B.C. there ...
Nigeria... or spiritual lineages as they are called are practiced throughout areas of, the Republic of Benin, Togo, Brazil, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guyana, H ...
Lebanon... h faced off with Jordan in a brief civil war. Forced out of Jordan and into, Arafat and Fatah were major targets of Israel's 1978 and 1982 invasions ...
PhilippinesSome countries, such as Chile, Israel, the, France, Austria, New Zealand and South Africa, use a centralized system ...
Swaziland... capture of 11 wild African elephants from the Hlane Royal National Park in. The zoos said the animals were scheduled to be killed due to overpopulat ...
Kingdom of England... gar was not a particularly peaceable man, his reign was a peaceful one. Thewas at its height. Edgar consolidated the political unity achieved by his ...
Portugal... ime. Wellesley submitted a memorandum to Lord Castlereagh on the defence of. He stressed its mountainous frontiers and advocated Lisbon as the main b ...
Cambodia... and provincial governments have also purchased land in Sulawesi, Indonesia,and Bulgan, Mongolia. The South Korean government itself announced its int ...
Ethiopia... oducers of sorghum, in decreasing quantities were India, Nigeria, Sudan and. The other major sorghum producing regions in the world, by harvested qua ...
Mexico... nd New Zealand (2009); Portugal (2010); People's Republic of China, Turkey,, Canada, Indonesia, Czech Republic, South Africa, Argentina, and India (2 ...
SwissFlavio Cotti born in Prato-Sornico on 18 October 1939) is apolitician
France... n the town of Belliac, near the present-day commune of Saint-Simon, Cantal,. Around 963, he entered the monastery of St. Gerald of Aurillac. In 967, ...
Spain... tional Red Cross societies of Austria, the Netherlands, Sweden, Prussia and, he was nearly forgotten in the official discourse of the Red Cross Movem ...
Canada... ealand (2009); Portugal (2010); People's Republic of China, Turkey, Mexico,, Indonesia, Czech Republic, South Africa, Argentina, and India (2011)
SomaliaBay is an administrative region (gobolka) in southern
Cyprus... owed up their victory by sending a fleet to re-establish their control over, and 200 ships were sent out to counter them under Cimon, who returned fr ...
Spanish Sahara... there was little Spanish presence until 1934, when the governor-general oftook up residence. During Franco's dictatorship, the colony was made a Spa ...
Canadian... possession of marijuana and pressured by police to name his supplier. As acitizen and fearing he would be barred from re-entering the U.S., he compl ...
Cuba... abella S. Diack and Edward Everett Horton. His mother was born in Matanzas,to Mary Orr and George Diack, immigrants from Scotland. Many sources state ...
Brazil... her hit in Britain, and reportedly reached number one on the rock charts in. After playing a show in Atlanta, Georgia, in February 1990, the band's m ...
NorwegianEllen Greve was born in 1957 in New South Wales, of post-warmigrant parents. She married and had two children. Thereafter, Ellen devel ...
Tamil NaduTirunelveli, a city instate, is called "Halwa City". In Thiruvaiyaru, Andavar Sweets was very fa ...
SwissLeon Schlumpf (born February 3, 1925) is apolitician and a former member of the Swiss Federal Council (1979-1987)
Canada... art of the North American Numbering Plan -- calls between Bermuda, the USA,and most of the Caribbean requires the caller dialing "1", then the 3-digi ...
Iraq... pt's signing of the Camp David Accords with Israel in 1979, its support forin Iran's eight-year conflict, the Islamic Republic's hailing of Khalid Is ...
HaitiIn Vodou, and particularly in, Bedessy is a minor loa who holds the domain of the sky
Madagascar... , Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia,, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mauritania, M ...
Jordan... p was 1.37 tonnes per hectare. The most productive farms of sorghum were in, where the nationwide average annual yield was 12.7 tonnes per hectare. T ...
United Kingdom... is fully independent, but works closely with the other green parties of theand Ireland: the Green Party of England and Wales, the Green Party in Nort ...
Scotland... urt. The Lord President of the Court of Session is head of the judiciary in, and presiding judge (and Senator) of the College of Justice and Court of ...
Switzerland... nds today on the border between France and Germany, and what is now western. It was born of the tripartite division in 855, of the kingdom of Middle ...
British... broidery consists of 27 panels, each 9 × 3 ft, and shows 81 great events inhistory during the 900 years from 1066 to 1966. It took 22 embroiderers 10 ...
United KingdomAon plc is a public multinational corporation headquartered in London,, that provides risk management services, insurance and reinsurance broker ...
Liechtenstein... Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya,, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives ...
Bulgaria... ra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina,, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hung ...
NigeriaJapan andengage in strong economic and political cooperation. Both countries establ ...
PhilippinesIn 2003, the first allotment garden of thewas established in Cagayan de Oro City, Northern Mindanao as part of a Eur ...
IsraelSome countries, such as Chile,, the Philippines, France, Austria, New Zealand and South Africa, use a ce ...
Han DynastyThecollapsed at the end of the 2nd century AD, paving the way for the Three K ...
IraqIn 2002, the United States began to campaign for the overthrow of's President, Saddam Hussein. The United States, under the administration ...
England... pean pole weapon and a technique of stick fighting, especially as in use induring the Early Modern period
Germany... t be separated from its "terrorist and political activities." In July 2010,also outlawed Frankfurt-based International Humanitarian Aid Organization ...
MaltaThe geography ofis dominated by water. Malta is an archipelago of coralline limestone, loc ...
Nigeria... Asian and African immigrants from places like Vietnam, India, Ethiopia andsettled into the area. It proved to be an attractive locale for immigrants ...
India... ey, Mexico, Canada, Indonesia, Czech Republic, South Africa, Argentina, and(2011)
New ZealandAs herd numbers increased so did the problems of animal health. Intwo approaches to this problem have been used. The first was improved vete ...
Austria... e being appointed an honorary member of the national Red Cross societies of, the Netherlands, Sweden, Prussia and Spain, he was nearly forgotten in t ...
Russian Empire... onization of Mari land. Later it was a sloboda in Vyatka Governorate of the. It was granted urban-type settlement status in 1918. Town status was gra ...
Bermudahas five television stations, a small cable microwave system, two cellular ...
Russia... a town and the administrative center of Sovetsky District of Kirov Oblast,. Population
Ethiopia... In addition, Asian and African immigrants from places like Vietnam, India,and Nigeria settled into the area. It proved to be an attractive locale fo ...
Parthian Empire... loyed in intermittent warfare with the Germanic tribes to the north and theto the east. While armed insurrections (e.g. the Hebraic insurrection in J ...
Republic of China... China and the Soviet Union. He continued Truman's policy of recognizing the(based in Formosa/Taiwan) as the legitimate government of China, not the B ...
British... navigation along the Hudson River was obvious to both the Americans and thefrom the outbreak of open hostilities. The Hudson was the major means for ...
Scotland... er was born in Matanzas, Cuba to Mary Orr and George Diack, immigrants from. Many sources state that Edward Everett Horton's grandfather and namesake ...
Assyria... , it has been ruled by the Canaanites, the Philistines, the Israelites, thens, the Babylonians, the Greeks, the Phoenicians, the Romans, the Persians ...
Prussia... came in 1793 when Austria, the Kingdom of Sardinia, the Kingdom of Naples,, Spain and the Kingdom of Great Britain formed the First Coalition. Frenc ...
IsraelIn a September 2003 interview in Elsevier, a Dutch weekly, onand the dangers it faces from Iran, the Palestinians and world opinion van ...
Roman Empire... later mixed with large group of Germanic peoples arriving at the end of thesuch as the Franks the Burgundians, Alamanni and Goths, very small portion ...
Malta... farming. There are currently over 50 allotment plots located in Għammieri,. All plots are fully irrigated and those who have entered the scheme rece ...
Czech Republic... ugal (2010); People's Republic of China, Turkey, Mexico, Canada, Indonesia,, South Africa, Argentina, and India (2011)
RomanIt has been suggested that theprovince of Britannia had four archbishops, seated at London, York, Lincol ...
British... FRS (born Prince Louis of Battenberg; 25 June 1900 – 27 August 1979), was astatesman and naval officer, and an uncle of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinbu ...
Bulgaria... to leave France and head for Romania, and the Leibstandarte was ordered to. The Leibstandarte, attached to the XL Panzer Corps, advanced west then s ...
BelarusThe distribution comprises Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan,, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finl ...
Eastern Han... let. The earliest written record of noodles is found in a book dated to theperiod (25–220) of China. Noodles, often made from wheat dough, became a s ...
Romania... ome from Colombia, 10% from China, 7% from France, 6% from Lebanon, 6% from, 4% from Algeria, 3% from the United States and 3% from Congo
Han Dynasty... ngxi, and Zhejiang, mostly in the 2nd century BC, only to be stopped by the. The Han emperor eventually decided to get rid of the potential threat by ...
GermanyHeidelberg is a city in south-west. The fifth-largest city in the State of Baden-Württemberg after Stuttgart ...
ScotlandThe Scottish Green Party (; ) is a green party in. It has two MSPs in the devolved Scottish Parliament, Alison Johnstone, r ...
BritishTiswas was a Saturday morning children'stelevision series which ran from 5 January 1974 to 3 April 1982 and was pr ...
Tanzania... ded among four countries – Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC),and Zambia, with the DRC (45%) and Tanzania (41%) possessing the majority ...
Roman Empire... icted with an owl named the Glaucus (or "owl of Athena" and later under the, "owl of ") perched on her head. This pairing evolved in tangent so that ...
Algeria... , 10% from China, 7% from France, 6% from Lebanon, 6% from Romania, 4% from, 3% from the United States and 3% from Congo
United KingdomIn the, the British Board of Film Classification has banned films alleged to sho ...
South Africa... ple's Republic of China, Turkey, Mexico, Canada, Indonesia, Czech Republic,, Argentina, and India (2011)
BelgiumThe distribution comprises Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus,, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Fran ...
Laos... to invest 30 billion won in land in Paraguay and Uruguay. Discussions with, Myanmar and Senegal are also currently underway
Fiji... aland, followed by a large loop north into the Pacific calling at Tonga and, and then back westward to Cape York in Australia by the end of August. T ...
Bolivia... ho were usually buried. The infanticidal custom had such roots among the inand Paraguay that it persisted until the late 20th century
Iran... erview in Elsevier, a Dutch weekly, on Israel and the dangers it faces from, the Palestinians and world opinion van Creveld stated
ChileSome countries, such as, Israel, the Philippines, France, Austria, New Zealand and South Africa, ...
India... and he became the second governor of a settlement at Madras (now Chennai),, in 1687, after Streynsham Master. He was instrumental in the development ...
Britain... rincipal tenor-voices solo instrument in brass band settings, especially in. It is no surprise, then, that when British composers – some of the same ...
Israel... Strategic Studies), pp.29–30 Arafat spent much of his life fighting againstin the name of Palestinian self-determination. Originally opposed to Israe ...
People's Republic of China... nt of the ROC would be elected by majority vote of Taiwan's population. Theconducted a series of missile tests in the waters surrounding Taiwan and o ...
Lebanon... immigrants have come from Colombia, 10% from China, 7% from France, 6% from, 6% from Romania, 4% from Algeria, 3% from the United States and 3% from ...
Russia... y Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, and book by Joseph Stein, set in Tsaristin 1905. It is based on Tevye and his Daughters (or Tevye the Milkman and ...
Swiss... anism was well established by the time he was eight years old. The son of aclergyman, Roget studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh. His life ...
BelgianMol is a municipality located in theprovince of Antwerp. The municipality only comprises the town of Mol. On J ...
BeninIn spite of the fact that it is illegal, in, West Africa, parents secretly continue with infanticidal customs
EgyptWar with the Persians continued. In 460 BC,revolted under local leaders the Hellenes called Inaros and Amyrtaeus, who ...
AustriaThe distribution comprises Andorra, Armenia,, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Re ...
People's Republic of China... ing to improve its relationships with neighboring countries, especially the, North Korea and South Korea. Despite some formal statements of regret fr ...
ItalyIn some countries 13 is considered a lucky number; for example,(except in some contexts, such as sitting at the dinner table), China, Tib ...
Kingdom of Naples... the French Republic came in 1793 when Austria, the Kingdom of Sardinia, the, Prussia, Spain and the Kingdom of Great Britain formed the First Coaliti ...
Poland... as organized in 1833, it was at first named Volhynia, after the province in. It is believed to have been given to honor General Thaddeus Kosciusko, t ...
United Kingdom... g-established convention originating in Canada's former colonial power, the, which stipulates that the monarch's representative, the governor general ...
Lebanon... e Crescent, and the Nile Delta. These include southeastern parts of Turkey,, Syria, the Levant, Israel, Egypt and Ethiopia. Recent findings narrow th ...
Bishopric of Brixen... to the Bishopric of Trent. In 1027 the county of Norital was granted to the, followed in 1091 by the county of Puster Valley. Since the Bishops were ...
IranIn, halva usually refers to a related confection made from wheat flour and b ...
Lithuania... Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein,, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Mal ...
Netherlands... ish: Èrnem) is a city and municipality, situated in the eastern part of the. It is the capital of the province of Gelderland and located on both bank ...
IsraelHeavily sesame-flavoured tahini halvah (חלוה) is very popular inand among people of Jewish background all over the world. Spelled "halvah" ...
People's Republic of ChinaThere have been some accusations that infanticide occurs in thedue to the one-child policy. In the 1990s, a certain stretch of the Yangtz ...
AzerbaijanThe distribution comprises Andorra, Armenia, Austria,, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Esto ...
Aden Protectorate... th local rulers of traditional polities that, together, became known as the. The area was divided into numerous sultanates, emirates, and sheikhdoms, ...
EnglishEnoch Arnold Bennett (27 May 1867 – 27 March 1931) was annovelist
Italy... hydrous minerals than the CM type. The Renazzo meteorite was discovered inin 1824 and is one of the most primitive meteorites known
Canada... adjusted by a setting knob. The reference pressure, in inches of mercury inand the US and hectopascals (previously millibars) elsewhere, is displayed ...
Democratic Republic of the Congo... ongest freshwater lake. The lake is divided among four countries – Burundi,(DRC), Tanzania and Zambia, with the DRC (45%) and Tanzania (41%) possessi ...
English... the Dutch in August 1673. The Dutch restored the status that pre-dated theinvasion, and codified it in the establishment of three counties in what h ...
Germany... ndescribed small diver was found in the Late Oligocene deposits at Enspel (); it too may or may not belong to Colymboides. Of the crown genus Gavia, ...
Sicily... one, located in the Mediterranean Sea, approximately 93 kilometres south of, Italy, and nearly 300 km north (Libya) and northeast (Tunisia) of Africa ...
SicilyMelqart protected the Punic areas ofsuch as Ras Melqart 'Cape of Melqart', where his head, indistinguishable f ...
AndorraThe distribution comprises, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, ...
British... the Polaris Sales Agreement in 1963, Polaris missiles were also carried onRoyal Navy submarines between 1968 and the mid-1990s
British Mandate for PalestineIn 1918, Ashkelon became part of the. In the 1948 Arab–Israeli War, Majdal was the forward position of the Egy ...
France... 1% of these new immigrants have come from Colombia, 10% from China, 7% from, 6% from Lebanon, 6% from Romania, 4% from Algeria, 3% from the United St ...
Democratic Kampuchea... The FUNSK invaded Cambodia along with the Vietnamese Army and overthrew thePol Pot state. Many of the Khmer Viet Minh had married Vietnamese women du ...
British... lonial years, the Seminole were on good terms with both the Spanish and the. In 1784, the treaty ending the American Revolutionary War transferred Br ...
Indonesia... ut in the direct path of human deforestation and development, especially inand the Congo. They are also hunted by humans, as part of the growing Afri ...
Madagascar... de the Morefield Mine in Amelia, Virginia. It is also found in pegmatite inand in
Scotland... e are few records, the Vikings are thought to have led their first raids inon the holy island of Iona in 794, the year following the raid on the othe ...
India... ptured the port of Aden, to provide a coaling station for ships en route to. The British interest in reducing pirate attacks on British merchants lea ...
Middle Francia... itzerland. It was born of the tripartite division in 855, of the kingdom of, itself formed of the threefold division of the Carolingian Empire by the ...
MaltaThe Cippi of Melqart, found onand dedicated to the god as an ex voto offering, provided the key to under ...
England... e death of her first husband, Thomas Yale (1590–1619) in Chester, Cheshire,, married Governor Theophilus Eaton (1590–1657) of New Haven Colony. In 16 ...
Egypt... le:Macarius Kloster BW 1.jpg|Monastery of Saint Macarius the Great, Scetes,File:Deir as Suriani.jpg|Syrian Monastery, Scetes, Egypt File:Monastery of ...
CanadianQueens County is a county in theprovince of Nova Scotia
BritishPeter Mark Roget FRS (; 18 January 1779 – 12 September 1869) was aphysician, natural theologian and lexicographer. He is best known for publ ...
Albania... n Eagle is the most common national animal in the world, with five nations—, Germany, Austria, Mexico and Kazakhstan—making it the national animal. I ...
ArmeniaThe distribution comprises Andorra,, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, ...
EnglandThe Lord President of the Council is one of the Great Officers of State inwho presides over meetings of British Privy Council; the Cabinet headed by ...
Netherlands... nted an honorary member of the national Red Cross societies of Austria, the, Sweden, Prussia and Spain, he was nearly forgotten in the official disco ...
Burundi... world's longest freshwater lake. The lake is divided among four countries –, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Tanzania and Zambia, with the DR ...
Uruguay... lf announced its intention to invest 30 billion won in land in Paraguay and. Discussions with Laos, Myanmar and Senegal are also currently underway
India... as of extremely high poverty and overpopulation, such as parts of China and. Female infants, then and even now, are particularly vulnerable, a factor ...
Russia... 1843 to 1846 she was permanently attached to the Opera in Saint Petersburg,
Panama... ew Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Niue, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Palau,, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, ...
France... Clarence rebelled again. This time they were defeated and forced to flee to. There, they made an alliance with Margaret of Anjou, and Warwick agreed ...
Bhutan... States is working towards resettling more than 60,000 ethnic Nepalese fromin the US as a third-country settlement programme. A second wave was drive ...
ItalyMonte Cassino is a rocky hill about southeast of Rome,, c. to the west of the town of Cassino (the Roman Casinum having been on ...
Azores... any of these town residents were originally from the island of Faial in the, and the neighborhood where many of them lived, located between Vineyard ...
KenyaAs part of East Africa, the territory of what is nowhas seen human habitation since the beginning of the Lower Paleolithic. Th ...
England... ng, back packs, and student IDs in a primary school. A school in Doncaster,is piloting a monitoring system designed to keep tabs on pupils by trackin ...
Republic of China... However, the archipelagos of Kinmen and Matsu are under the control of the(Taiwan). Thus, there are two provinces (in the sense of government organi ...
Roman... r fish. Electric fish were again reported millennia later by ancient Greek,and Arabic naturalists and physicians. Several ancient writers, such as Pl ...
Turkmenistan... in northern Afghanistan, on the border with the former Soviet republics of, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. In the 19th century there was a province in A ...
Czech Republic... ermany, Greece, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Austria, Netherlands,, China, Cyprus, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Iran, Italy, Bahrai ...
Iceland... These immigrants moved to Canada and USA after the eruption of a volcano inin 1875. Immigrants from Iceland then played on behalf of Canada and won t ...
Malta... , West Asia, North Africa, the Horn of Africa, the Balkans, Eastern Europe,and the Jewish world
MexicoIn 2009 Verónica Castro went back to telenovelas, and left her nativefor Argentina to film the telenovela Los Exitosos Pérez. It premiered in M ...
Brazil... ith major South American economies, becoming the largest trading partner ofand building strategic links with Argentina. Along with Brazil, Russia, In ...
Ghana... a dough served with a spicy stew or sauce for example okra stew etc.) fromis enjoyed throughout the region and beyond even in Central Africa with th ...
Azores... y Islands to the Virgin Islands, then heading north to Bermuda, east to the, back to Madeira, and then south to the Cape Verde Islands. During this p ...
AfghanistanAfghan Turkestan is a region in northern, on the border with the former Soviet republics of Turkmenistan, Uzbekist ...
Poland... sel). The Vandals are assumed to have crossed the Baltic into what is todaysomewhere in the 2nd century BC, and to have settled in Silesia from aroun ...
India... us and the writ of certiorari. In certain Common Law jurisdictions, such asor Pakistan, the power to pass such writs is a Constitutionally guaranteed ...
Netherlands... ce, Russia, Germany, Greece, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Austria,, Czech Republic, China, Cyprus, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Ira ...
Vietnam... Bo on May 19, 1941. The Việt Minh initially formed to seek independence forfrom the French Empire. When the Japanese occupation began, the Việt Minh ...
India... ion evolved to form complex cultures with varying degrees of influence fromand China
Colombia... tor") is a representative democratic republic in South America, bordered byon the north, Peru on the east and south, and by the Pacific Ocean to the ...
Cyprus... Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Austria, Netherlands, Czech Republic, China,, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Iran, Italy, Bahrain, Lebanon, Spa ...
GermanPaul Gerhardt (12 March 1607 – 27 May 1676) was ahymn writer
Greece... tions dating back to 2000 BC, fishing rods go back to ancient Egypt, China,, Trinidad and Tobago, Rome and medieval England, where they were called " ...
India... e apparent. While the Society was oriented toward an Eastern and especiallyn approach, Steiner was trying to develop a path that embraced Christianit ...
Brazil... apartheid, Greece under the military junta (1967–74), Chile under Pinochet,under military rule (1964–85), and Taiwan under Chiang Kai-Shek (see also ...
Pakistan... e writ of certiorari. In certain Common Law jurisdictions, such as India or, the power to pass such writs is a Constitutionally guaranteed power. Thi ...
Third Republic... llected religious or ethnic data in its censuses since the beginning of the, but the country's predominant faith has been Roman Catholicism since the ...
Sikh Empire... ad Caliphate, the Mongol Empire, the Mughal Empire, the Durrani Empire, theand the British Empire. As a result of the Pakistan Movement led by Muhamm ...
MexicoIn, the president is directly elected for a six-year term by popular vote. T ...
Yugoslavia... rth Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Hungarian-language books have been issued infor the Hungarian minority living in Serbia. Although not a fully autonomi ...
Portuguese... l Palace, which was constructed in the end of the 19th century to house thegovernor and the Monumento de Diogo Gomes, named after the Portuguese navi ...
Switzerland... om Bulgaria, band member Lucy Diakovska's native country, and 2 points fromonly. Only the United Kingdom and Poland placed below the four-member fema ...
PhilippinesIn 1935 he accompanied MacArthur to the, where he served as assistant military adviser to the Philippine governme ...
Republic of ChinaUntil the early 1970s, thewas recognized as the sole legitimate government of China by the United Na ...
Uzbekistan... fghanistan, on the border with the former Soviet republics of Turkmenistan,and Tajikistan. In the 19th century there was a province in Afghanistan na ...
Indonesia... – Anca, Tomado, Langko, and Puroo - around Lindu Lake in Central Sulawesi,
Bermuda... twards from the Canary Islands to the Virgin Islands, then heading north to, east to the Azores, back to Madeira, and then south to the Cape Verde Is ...
United Arab Emirates... ights to dozens of countries which include France, Russia, Germany, Greece,, United Kingdom, Austria, Netherlands, Czech Republic, China, Cyprus, Ukr ...
Palau... ands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Niue, Norway, Oman, Pakistan,, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, ...
Moldova... stive list of other countries believed to have similar laws is South Korea,, Slovakia, and Slovenia. Similarly, the Liberian constitution (currently ...
France... with Taiwan in November 2003. Kiribati briefly suspended its relations within 1995 over that country's decision to renew nuclear testing in the South ...
Irish Free State... Oireachtas, was located in Leinster House. Dublin became the capital of theand later the Republic of Ireland
Chile... n to the west. It is one of only two countries in South America, along with, that do not have a border with Brazil. The country also includes the Gal ...
Venezuela... a Vega's first album. The other bands selected were Los Amigos Invisibles (), Charly García (Argentina), Los Jaivas (Chile) and Aterciopelados (Colom ...
SpainIn, Rector or Rector Magnífico (magnific rector, from Latin Rector Magnificu ...
IndonesiaOther forms of music from, Jamaica and elsewhere were assimilated. African soukous and Latin music, ...
Somalia... bo on Luzon Island in the Philippines. In October 1993, Lincoln deployed toto assist UN humanitarian operations there, spending four weeks flying pat ...
AustriaFile:Image-Coptic church (Vienna)3.JPG|Coptic Church in Vienna,File:Image-Coptic church (Vienna)2.JPG|Coptic Church in Vienna, Austria Fi ...
Vijayanagara Empire... the northern invasions and would later prosper and come to be known as the
BrazilIn, the president is directly elected for a four-year term by popular vote. ...
Scotland... held commercial relations with their former homes. Some migrated as far as. Christian IV of Denmark invited some New Christian families to settle at ...
Scotland... ances in Venice, Morocco, London, Greece, India, Uzbekistan, Hong Kong, and. Furthermore, another inconsistency was that one of the original premises ...
Hong Kong... goal of the program is to make Incheon as much an English speaking city asand Singapore are. This is for the ultimate purpose of establishing Incheo ...
Algeria... obe faites au Bresil et en Ethiopie. The younger Abbadie spent some time inbefore, in 1837, the two brothers started for Ethiopia, landing at Massawa ...
Greece... irect flights to dozens of countries which include France, Russia, Germany,, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Austria, Netherlands, Czech Republ ...
Colombia... irst program was launched in Guatemala and in 2006 they started programs inand Brazil where they are "directly involved with coffee producing communi ...
England... er only a few weeks, and Gosnold decided to return home. Upon his return to, the British Crown claimed jurisdiction of the island chain
Alsace-Lorraine... ller monarchies, three republican city-states and the Imperial territory of. After the territorial losses of the Treaty of Versailles and the German ...
Singapore... rogram is to make Incheon as much an English speaking city as Hong Kong andare. This is for the ultimate purpose of establishing Incheon as a commerc ...
Venezuela... thy Spaniards who fled from the independence revolts in Cuba, Colombia, and
RussiaThen company Etersoft has been developing a proprietary version of Wine since ...
BurmaFromaround 1500 BC, the Mon and ancestors of the Khmer people started to move ...
Republic of China... se of cold (i.e., non-explosive) harpoons. Faced with similar pressure, the(Taiwan) placed a complete ban on whaling in 1981. Without United States s ...
Azerbaijan... nts and Alumni International Forum (ASAIF) realizes diaspora activities for
Soviet UnionIn the, three Winnie-the-Pooh, (transcribed in Russian as "Vinni Pukh") (Russian ...
Republic of China... an, the Việt Minh opposed Japan with support from the United States and the. After World War II, the Việt Minh opposed the re-occupation of Vietnam b ...
Bermuda... the entire coastal region from South Carolina to Maine, plus the island of. The London Company was incorporated as a joint stock company by the prop ...
Honduras... ook the Spanish settlements at Vildemos (on the Tabasco river); Trujillo, () and Granada
Low Countries... imes metaphorically interpreted as being oranges or other fruits. As in thein medieval times oranges most frequently came from Spain, this led to the ...
Russia... in GDP growth due to slumping oil prices and the August financial crisis in. A bright spot in 1999 was the recovery of international petroleum prices ...
BelgianGavere is a municipality located in theprovince of East Flanders. The municipality comprises the towns of Asper, ...
British... ds of Contemplation, The Tears of Blind Lions, The Waters of Siloe, and theedition of The Seven Storey Mountain under the title Elected Silence. On M ...
LebanonIn, modern police were established in 1861, with creation of the Gendarmerie
Austria... lude France, Russia, Germany, Greece, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom,, Netherlands, Czech Republic, China, Cyprus, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan ...
Slovakia... t of other countries believed to have similar laws is South Korea, Moldova,, and Slovenia. Similarly, the Liberian constitution (currently defunct an ...
GermanLudwig Ross, thearchaeologist appointed Curator of the Antiquities of Athens at the time o ...
India... 's Frankfurt Airport is managed by the quasi-private firm Fraport. While inGMR Group operates, through joint ventures, Indira Gandhi International Ai ...
Brazil... was launched in Guatemala and in 2006 they started programs in Colombia andwhere they are "directly involved with coffee producing communities by pro ...
Morocco... rch. Discouraged, Orton and Halliwell went on an 80-day holiday in Tangier,
Cyprus... ortant street behind the Buda Castle. When the Turkish Armed Forces invadedin 1974, the operations were named after Attila (Atilla I and Atilla II)
Vietnam... he 5th century BC, people of the Dong Son culture, who lived in what is now, had mastered basic metal working. Their works are the earliest known met ...
Czechoslovakia... t mining district, but it was an independent miner, John "Jack" Mihalcik, an immigrant born in 1866, who was the first person to actually discover go ...
HungaryAfter WWII, the Soviet Union and Communist-controlled Poland,and Yugoslavia expelled hundreds of thousands of ethnic Germans, most of w ...
Egypt... n Grafton Street and from their service in British military intelligence inand Palestine during the First World War), eighteen high-ranking British I ...
British... om 1899 to 1902 and the formation of the Union of South Africa in 1910, theUnion Flag was the national flag in South Africa
Scotland... cal hunter-warrior of Irish mythology, occurring also in the mythologies ofand the Isle of Man. The stories of Fionn and his followers the Fianna, fo ...
Bulgaria... untries that participated with a total of 14 points – taking 12 points from, band member Lucy Diakovska's native country, and 2 points from Switzerla ...
Belgium... scription in 2004 of the proto-seed Runcaria heinzelinii in the Givetian ofis an indication of that ancient origin of seed-plants. As with modern fer ...
People's Republic of ChinaMost of Fujian is administered by the. However, the archipelagos of Kinmen and Matsu are under the control of t ...
Albania... arch 1944 from Albanian and Kosovan volunteers, for anti-partisan duties inand Kosovo. A second Waffen-SS cavalry division followed in April 1944, th ...
Normandy... cruited from the United Kingdom – the demands of reconstruction in mainlandand Brittany employed domestic labour
PolandAfter WWII, the Soviet Union and Communist-controlled, Hungary and Yugoslavia expelled hundreds of thousands of ethnic Germans, ...
United Kingdom... ntries which include France, Russia, Germany, Greece, United Arab Emirates,, Austria, Netherlands, Czech Republic, China, Cyprus, Ukraine, Belarus, K ...
Latvia... e been targeted for this type of recruitment are: Australia, Cyprus, Kenya,, Nigeria, Poland, Portugal, and South Africa
Russia... u) (December 30, 1787 – February 15, 1846) was a Baltic German navigator inn service
Austria-HungaryKarl Popper was born in Vienna (then in) in 1902, to upper middle-class parents. All of Karl Popper's grandparent ...
Lebanon... to 1895 when the first immigrants arrived from the Beqaa Valley in today'sand Syria. Islamic Services of America (I.S.A.) was established in Cedar R ...
Brazil... Gambians and Senegalese, as well as a favourite side snack or side dish inand the Caribbean just as it is in West Africa. It is said that its exact ...
BrazilIn 1835 the French Academy sent Antoine on a scientific mission to, the results being published at a later date (1873) under the title of Ob ...
Afghanistan... sugary syrup. This is popular in Iran, Turkey, Somalia, India, Pakistan and
Liberia... imilar laws is South Korea, Moldova, Slovakia, and Slovenia. Similarly, then constitution (currently defunct and being rewritten) allows only people ...
Japan... occasions. In November 1974, pressure from the United States contributed toand the Soviet Union complying with the 1974-1975 quotas. Similarly, in De ...
Bangladesh... osta Rica, Egypt, Vietnam, Indonesia, the United Arab Emirates, Myanmar and, between 1983 and 2007, in order to obtain and retain insurance contracts
YugoslaviaAfter WWII, the Soviet Union and Communist-controlled Poland, Hungary andexpelled hundreds of thousands of ethnic Germans, most of whom were descen ...
Egypt... part of the Crusader policy of improving the defences of coastal sites. Theians retook Ashkelon in 1247 during As-Salih Ayyub's conflict with the Cru ...
FranceThe airport serves direct flights to dozens of countries which include, Russia, Germany, Greece, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Austria, ...
India... rgely made up of the descendants of laborers who were hired for labour fromin the 19th century. Slaves were previously introduced by the British and ...
IndiaThis halva, produced and served in, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Pakistan and surrounding countries (diffe ...
Poland... ve country, and 2 points from Switzerland only. Only the United Kingdom andplaced below the four-member female band
Pakistan... l, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Niue, Norway, Oman,, Palau, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Po ...
Bahrain... astal areas in the region of Makran (Chabahar, Gwadar), Gulf (Oman, Kuwait,) and Arabian Sea (Karachi and other parts of Sindh) and tribes including ...
Guatemala... spanic and Caribbean immigrants from countries such as El Salvador, Mexico,, Colombia, Bolivia, Peru, Jamaica and elsewhere in the West Indies led a ...
Kenya... hat have been targeted for this type of recruitment are: Australia, Cyprus,, Latvia, Nigeria, Poland, Portugal, and South Africa
Cuba... addition to the wealthy Spaniards who fled from the independence revolts in, Colombia, and Venezuela
Slovenia... ntries believed to have similar laws is South Korea, Moldova, Slovakia, and. Similarly, the Liberian constitution (currently defunct and being rewrit ...
Senegal... largest city of Cape Verde, an island nation in the Atlantic Ocean west of. It lies on the southern coast of Santiago island in the Sotavento Island ...
Nigeria... ra (fried bean balls seasoned with spices served with sauce and bread) fromis a favourite breakfast for Gambians and Senegalese, as well as a favouri ...
United Kingdom... ys, located in the Tarawa archipelago. Kiribati became independent from thein 1979. It is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, the IMF and the Wo ...
Pakistan... ng it with a sugary syrup. This is popular in Iran, Turkey, Somalia, India,and Afghanistan
United Arab Emirates... and third party facilitators in Costa Rica, Egypt, Vietnam, Indonesia, the, Myanmar and Bangladesh, between 1983 and 2007, in order to obtain and re ...
State of VietnamOn March 8, 1949, after the Elysee accords thewas recognized by France as an independent country ruled by the Vietnamese ...
IsraelFollowing WWII, the creation of the state of, and a series of uprisings against colonialist rule, the Middle East nati ...
Indonesia... oughout the world, but the practice is concentrated more heavily in Africa,, and the Middle East. There is much controversy surrounding infibulation ...
Germany... in the United Kingdom, as well as several other airports outside of the UK.'s Frankfurt Airport is managed by the quasi-private firm Fraport. While i ...
Austria... ed on 6. November 1948 that the Sword of Attila was hanging menacingly over
GermanIn 1663 thephysicist Otto von Guericke created the first electric generator, which pr ...
Soviet Union... November 1974, pressure from the United States contributed to Japan and thecomplying with the 1974-1975 quotas. Similarly, in December 1978, Chile, S ...
Belgian... rg, Düren, Euskirchen, and also the Netherlands province of Limburg and theprovince of Liège
Chile... Los Amigos Invisibles (Venezuela), Charly García (Argentina), Los Jaivas () and Aterciopelados (Colombia)
Germany... serves direct flights to dozens of countries which include France, Russia,, Greece, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Austria, Netherlands, Czec ...
Aruba... could be woven into his material. This led him to performances in Curaçao,and Jamaica in the early days, and finally to London, when he was already ...
Danish... er Munk (commonly called Kaj Munk) (13 January 1898 – 4 January 1944) was aplaywright and Lutheran pastor, known for his cultural engagement and his ...
Nigeria... argeted for this type of recruitment are: Australia, Cyprus, Kenya, Latvia,, Poland, Portugal, and South Africa
Colombia... on to the wealthy Spaniards who fled from the independence revolts in Cuba,, and Venezuela
Kazakhstan... en Tang and Gan Yanshou (甘延壽/甘延寿) at the Battle of Zhizhi, in modern Taraz,
Colombia... Caribbean immigrants from countries such as El Salvador, Mexico, Guatemala,, Bolivia, Peru, Jamaica and elsewhere in the West Indies led a new wave o ...
Spain... ern Europe, and with tens of thousands seeking refuge in the United States.sent many political activists into exile during Franco's military regime f ...
Marathas... many treasures, including the Peacock Throne. A treaty signed in 1752 madethe protector of the Mughal throne at Delhi. In 1803, during the Second An ...
Italy... Holy Roman Empire and sowed the seeds of nascent nationalism in Germany andthat would lead to the two nations' respective consolidations later in the ...
Syria... n the first immigrants arrived from the Beqaa Valley in today's Lebanon and. Islamic Services of America (I.S.A.) was established in Cedar Rapids in ...
United Kingdom... example, BAA Limited (BAA) operates seven of the commercial airports in the, as well as several other airports outside of the UK. Germany's Frankfurt ...
Indonesia... passenger seat is located behind the driver on a "delta" tricycle, while inand Vietnam the driver sits behind the passenger seat on a "tadpole" tricy ...
Russia... airport serves direct flights to dozens of countries which include France,, Germany, Greece, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Austria, Netherla ...
Sierra Leone... ughout Europe. In September 1983, Mondo was deported to his home country ofand replaced by Nigel Preston, formerly of Theatre of Hate. The single "Go ...
Switzerland... has lived in Washington, D.C.; California; and during some of the 1980s in. He now lives in Davis, California
AustriaFile:Image-Coptic church (Vienna)2.JPG|Coptic Church in Vienna,File:StMarkChurch.jpg|Saint Mark Church, Kaleen, Canberra, Australia File: ...
Spain... ") is the patron of the Valladolid, one of the two medieval universities of
MauritiusPort Louis is the capital of. It is the largest city of the country and main port, which borders the I ...
Chile... iet Union complying with the 1974-1975 quotas. Similarly, in December 1978,, South Korea and Peru acceded to the IWC after the United States certifie ...
United Kingdom... cy Diakovska's native country, and 2 points from Switzerland only. Only theand Poland placed below the four-member female band
FrenchBy the mid—18th century thechemist Charles François de Cisternay du Fay had discovered two types of s ...
Germany... e through yellow to red and is found in the Stassfurt salt mines in Saxony,. It is a natural salt occurring in irregular granular masses, and is used ...
Colombia... ezuela), Charly García (Argentina), Los Jaivas (Chile) and Aterciopelados ()
Goguryeo... f the Incheon area dates back to 475 CE. during the reign of King Jangsu ofby the name of "Michuhol". The area underwent several name changes with su ...
People's Republic of China... a by the United Nations and most Western nations, refusing to recognize theon account of the Cold War. The KMT ruled Taiwan under martial law until t ...
Portugal... dely varied. It seems as though they were usually chosen annually. Today inthe county mayor can still be referred to as 'edil' (e.g. 'O edil de Coimb ...
El Salvador... During the 1980s, Hispanic and Caribbean immigrants from countries such as, Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia, Bolivia, Peru, Jamaica and elsewhere in the ...
Egypt... million to government officials and third party facilitators in Costa Rica,, Vietnam, Indonesia, the United Arab Emirates, Myanmar and Bangladesh, be ...
England... (; c. 7 August 943 – 8 July 975), also called the Peaceable, was a king of(r. 959–75). Edgar was the younger son of Edmund I of England
Danish... he districts of Schleswig-Flensburg and Dithmarschen, the North Sea and thecounty of South Jutland. The district is called Kreis Nordfriesland in Ger ...
Greece... countries such as Britain, France, Spain, Germany, Denmark, Australia, and. Titles included the official Amstrad Computer User publication, as well ...
Norwayis a county in, bordering Buskerud and Telemark. The county administration is in Tønsber ...
Maratha... e declined rapidly as the Hindu Maratha Empire rose to prominence. In 1737,forces sacked Delhi, following their victory against the Mughals in the Fi ...
Somalia... a roux and cooking it with a sugary syrup. This is popular in Iran, Turkey,, India, Pakistan and Afghanistan
Norway... don based post-punk band, Ritual. Death Cult made their live debut in Oslo,in late June 1983 and released the Death Cult EP in July 1983, then toured ...
Russia... here on Chinese territory; and after this part of the valley was annexed toin 1869, it was rapidly colonized. The high valleys farther north, on the ...
PanamaIn April 2008, the band played at the Movistar Music Fest 2008 in, with Tego Calderón, Calle 13, and Zion
Indonesia... nment officials and third party facilitators in Costa Rica, Egypt, Vietnam,, the United Arab Emirates, Myanmar and Bangladesh, between 1983 and 2007, ...
FranceThe family moved toin 1818 where the brothers received a careful scientific education
GermanyIn, researchers at the University of Stuttgart's Institute of Space Aviation ...
Russia... ular both in time and in space so that a statistical description is needed.n mathematician Andrey Kolmogorov proposed the first statistical theory of ...
New Zealand... intain a resident ambassador in New York, and its vote is typically cast byin a proxy arrangement
India... d cooking it with a sugary syrup. This is popular in Iran, Turkey, Somalia,, Pakistan and Afghanistan
South Africa... esult, a drop in numbers of one partner can reduce success of the other. In, the Argentine ant (Linepithema humile) has invaded and displaced native ...
GermanChristian Thomasius (January 1, 1655 – September 23, 1728) was ajurist and philosopher
Gibraltar... om Portsmouth (December 1872) south to Lisbon (January 1873) and then on to. The next stops were Madeira and the Canary Islands (both February 1873). ...
United Kingdom... g revolution of 1688-89 (see Glorious Revolution). The king or queen of theis one of the last monarchs still to be crowned in the traditional Christi ...
Russia... h of . The world's widest paved runway is at Ulyanovsk Vostochny Airport inand is wide
Iran... a in oil into a roux and cooking it with a sugary syrup. This is popular in, Turkey, Somalia, India, Pakistan and Afghanistan
CartagenaAnother Iberian temple to Melqart has been identified at Carthago Nova (). The Tyrian god's protection extended to the sacred promontory (Cape Sai ...
Syria... Valens decided to take control himself. Valens would bring more troops fromand Gratian would bring more troops from Gaul
BelgiansThe attackers claimed to beoriginally from Morocco. However, their passports turned out to be stolen ...
England... chagrin of auctioneer Mick Flanagan, but Galwayman William Dee arrives from, where he has lived for many years, with his own plan for the field. An e ...
Cyprus... ntries that have been targeted for this type of recruitment are: Australia,, Kenya, Latvia, Nigeria, Poland, Portugal, and South Africa
Vietnam... to government officials and third party facilitators in Costa Rica, Egypt,, Indonesia, the United Arab Emirates, Myanmar and Bangladesh, between 198 ...
Hoysala Empire... s in 1024 which later passed on to the Chalukya-cholas in 1070. In 1116 the, overthrew the Cholas and extended its rule over Bangalore. Modern Bangal ...
Mexico... 980s, Hispanic and Caribbean immigrants from countries such as El Salvador,, Guatemala, Colombia, Bolivia, Peru, Jamaica and elsewhere in the West In ...
Cape Verde... oth Portuguese and Cape Verdean Creole), is the capital and largest city of, an island nation in the Atlantic Ocean west of Senegal. It lies on the s ...
Han Dynasty... wn as Lady Qi or Consort Qi, was a consort of Emperor Gaozu, founder of the. Her personal name is unknown, but Taiwanese writer Bo Yang's book Zhongg ...
Han Dynasty... Liu Bang, and his gamble paid off. Liu Bang was victorious, and founded the; in 202 BC he restored Minyue's status as a tributary independent kingdom ...
Norway... sion (NAMMCO) was established by the Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, andunder the Agreement on Cooperation in Research, Conservation and Managemen ...
principality of Benevento... al of a state comprising a compact and strategic region between the Lombardand the Byzantine city-states of the coast (Naples, Gaeta, and Amalfi)
Mexico... ) was created in the 1960 Treaty of Montevideo by Argentina, Brazil, Chile,, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay. The signatories hoped to create a common ma ...
Union of South AfricaAfter the Anglo-Boer War from 1899 to 1902 and the formation of thein 1910, the British Union Flag was the national flag in South Africa
ItalianIn the late 18th century thephysician and anatomist Luigi Galvani marked the birth of electrochemistry ...
IranThis halva, produced and served in India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh,, Pakistan and surrounding countries (different versions of it are also fo ...
Soviet Union... many units decided to continue their struggle under new circumstances. Theand the Polish Communist Government it controlled viewed the underground, ...
Cameroon... regions of Burkina Faso; and the northern halves of the coastal nations of, Nigeria, Benin, Togo, Ghana and Cote d'Ivoire
Japan... ost European countries. Asterix is less well known in the United States and
Iran... of the Caucasus and N Transcaucasia, and E. r. hyrcanus southeastwards intoare generally accepted as significantly distinct
MalaysiaUnder a special arrangement agreed during the formation of, the East Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak can retain their respecti ...
Mexico... n the winters, they migrated to the south United States and occasionally toand Cuba
Japan... be ground into flour. The leaves can also be cooked as a leaf vegetable. In, Erythronium japonicum is called katakuri, and the bulb is processed to p ...
GermanyThe district of Aachen is a district in the west of North Rhine-Westphalia,. Neighboring districts are Heinsberg, Düren, Euskirchen, and also the Net ...
CanadianIn theprovince of Quebec, the Speaker of the National Assembly is termed Preside ...
Austria... Newcomen died, his engines had spread (first) to Hungary in 1722, Germany,, and Sweden. A total of 110 are known to have been built by 1733 when the ...
CanadaThe Great Northern Loon breeds in, parts of the northern United States, Greenland, and Alaska. There is a s ...
Soviet government... while working for the Computing Center of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, a-founded R&D center
Bangladesh... o (pronounced see-clo) in Cambodia and Vietnam, cycle rickshaw in India and, trishaw from "tricycle rickshaw", in Malaysia and Singapore, becak in In ...
Algeria... dochina, to mainland France. 1.6 million European pieds noirs migrated from, Tunisia and Morocco. In the 1970s, over 30,000 French colons left Cambod ...
Paraguay... eated in the 1960 Treaty of Montevideo by Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico,, Peru, and Uruguay. The signatories hoped to create a common market in La ...
Suriname... e of the Moorish helper. In particular Dutch citizens with backgrounds fromand the Netherlands Antilles might feel offended by the Dutch slavery hist ...
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IndiaThe 1947 Partition resulted in the migration of millions of people betweenand Pakistan. Millions were murdered in the religious violence of the peri ...
Cuba... rs, they migrated to the south United States and occasionally to Mexico and
Netherlands... rmany. Neighboring districts are Heinsberg, Düren, Euskirchen, and also theprovince of Limburg and the Belgian province of Liège
Nigeria... f Burkina Faso; and the northern halves of the coastal nations of Cameroon,, Benin, Togo, Ghana and Cote d'Ivoire
Persia... ravelled around the world: Russia and Central Asia (1888-9), a long tour of(1889–90), Siam, French Indochina and Korea (1892), and a daring foray int ...
Uttar PradeshBabina is a cantonment town in Jhansi district in the state of, India. BABINA is an acronym for "British Army Base in Native Asia". This ...
SwissEmil Jannings (23 July 1884 – 2 January 1950) was a-born German/Austrian actor. He was the first actor to win the Academy Awa ...
PakistanThis halva, produced and served in India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran,and surrounding countries (different versions of it are also found in Alba ...
FranceIn, most claims against the national or local governments are handled by adm ...
Sweden... often been connected to that of Vendel, the name of a province in Uppland,, which is also eponymous of the Vendel period of Swedish prehistory, corr ...
Philippines... apart of traditional customs, such as those in the Pacific Islands and the. In the medical field, it may be performed for as an alternative to circu ...
Oman... , Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Niue, Norway,, Pakistan, Palau, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, ...
Benin... Faso; and the northern halves of the coastal nations of Cameroon, Nigeria,, Togo, Ghana and Cote d'Ivoire
Japan... also sometimes included anti-communist states of the British Commonwealth,, Israel, India, and undemocratic anti-communist states such as Spain unde ...
Afghanistan... clashes between the early Indo-Aryans with the BMAC in what is now northernand southern Turkmenistan (separated from the upper Indus by the mountain ...
India... bina is a cantonment town in Jhansi district in the state of Uttar Pradesh,. BABINA is an acronym for "British Army Base in Native Asia". This Britis ...
CanadaThe Klondike is a region of the Yukon in northwest, east of the Alaska border. It lies around the Klondike River, a small ri ...
CanadaIn, the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary was founded in 1729, making it the f ...
Malaysia... ycle rickshaw in India and Bangladesh, trishaw from "tricycle rickshaw", inand Singapore, becak in Indonesia, and "trisikad", padyak or traysikad in ...
Pakistan... Partition resulted in the migration of millions of people between India and. Millions were murdered in the religious violence of the period, with est ...
Togo... and the northern halves of the coastal nations of Cameroon, Nigeria, Benin,, Ghana and Cote d'Ivoire
LithuaniaBorn in Savannah, Georgia, Jaffee spent six years of his childhood in, returning to America in advance of the Nazi takeover. He studied at The ...
England... the European monarchs: the Germans were struggling against Papal power, andand France were still engaged in warfare against each other. However, due ...
Scotland... llegiance to Edgar at Chester. Six kings in Britain, including the kings ofand of Strathclyde, pledged their faith that they would be the king's lieg ...
Finland... re frequency. Dendrochronological fire scar data and charcoal layer data insuggests that, while many fires occurred during severe drought conditions, ...
Tanzania... y East African Railways. It jointly served the present countries of Uganda,and Kenya. Since the dissolution of the EAR corporation in 1977, the natio ...
Zimbabwe... the N1 which links Cape Town with Bloemfontein, Johannesburg, Pretoria and; the N2 which links Cape Town with Port Elizabeth, East London and Durban ...
Venezuela... se the mass and niche news and information communications infrastructure of. Thus, the media of Venezuela consists of several different types of comm ...
AfghanistanThis halva, produced and served in India,, Bangladesh, Iran, Pakistan and surrounding countries (different versions ...
Canada... um native to the northeastern and midwestern United States, and in southernfrom New Brunswick west to southeastern Saskatchewan. Isolated populations ...
Costa Rica... ity and collected all of its wealth while Morgan and Mansvelt sailed around. Eventually, they spotted a Spanish man-of-war on the horizon and decided ...
Israel... ometimes included anti-communist states of the British Commonwealth, Japan,, India, and undemocratic anti-communist states such as Spain under Franci ...
Morocco... France. 1.6 million European pieds noirs migrated from Algeria, Tunisia and. In the 1970s, over 30,000 French colons left Cambodia during the Khmer R ...
Canada... aracters, Banshee (from Ireland), Sunfire (from Japan), and Wolverine (from), who eventually became the breakout character on the team and, in terms ...
PakistanIt is a vagrant to
Niue... Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria,, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Palau, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, ...
Vietnam... is located behind the driver on a "delta" tricycle, while in Indonesia andthe driver sits behind the passenger seat on a "tadpole" tricycle. In the ...
Spain... the wearer had been to the shrine of St. James at Santiago de Compostela in. These were stuck in hats or into clothing and har
ScotlandOn September 6, 2007, RSPBand the Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) stated that it was surprised by an ...
Philippines... m the driver sits behind the passenger seat on a "tadpole" tricycle. In the, the passenger seats are usually located beside the driver. there are als ...
Italy... Expressionism would become the official art of Germany, as Futurism had in. Benn was elected to the poetry section of the Prussian Academy in 1932 a ...
Ghana... e northern halves of the coastal nations of Cameroon, Nigeria, Benin, Togo,and Cote d'Ivoire
Philippines... t and other major teen magazines, and also when Menudo became famous in theand Japan
Kenya... n Railways. It jointly served the present countries of Uganda, Tanzania and. Since the dissolution of the EAR corporation in 1977, the national compa ...
People's Republic of China... ck up again at a more sustainable rate as demand from the United States andsoar
SpainMelqart was venerated in Phoenician and Punic cultures from Syria to. The first occurrence of the name is in a ninth-century BCE stela inscrip ...
Turkmenistan... Indo-Aryans with the BMAC in what is now northern Afghanistan and southern(separated from the upper Indus by the mountain range, and some 400 km dis ...
Japan... r teen magazines, and also when Menudo became famous in the Philippines and
Japan... gust 1872 – 20 May 1968, aged 95), was a patent attorney with a practice in, and her mother, Lilian Augusta (née Ruse; 11 June 1886 – 20 February 197 ...
Cuba... 1667, he was commissioned by Modyford to capture some Spanish prisoners inin order to discover details of the threatened attack on Jamaica. Collecti ...
Vatican City... September 1978), reigned as Pope of the Catholic Church and as Sovereign offrom 26 August 1978 until his death 33 days later. His reign is among the ...
Japan... standing Song Awards at the sixteenth annual World Popular Song Festival in. "Baby Sister" was included on the 1986 album Imagination, released just ...
Brazil... ociation (LAFTA) was created in the 1960 Treaty of Montevideo by Argentina,, Chile, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay. The signatories hoped to cre ...
MalaysiaArchaeologists have found stone tools inwhich have been dated to be 1.83 million years old
South Africa... ited Kingdom; the colours white and blue were also found in the old flag of
India... included anti-communist states of the British Commonwealth, Japan, Israel,, and undemocratic anti-communist states such as Spain under Francisco Fra ...
Hungary... 9th century. By 1729, when Newcomen died, his engines had spread (first) toin 1722, Germany, Austria, and Sweden. A total of 110 are known to have be ...
Afghanistan... s from Kashmir to Bengal. Jahangir would challenge the hegemonic claim overby the Safavid rulers with an eye on Kabul, Peshawar and Kandahar which we ...
Israel... ar Ba‘al found in the Tanach, whose worship was prominently introduced intoby King Ahab and largely eradicated by King Jehu. In 1 Kings 18.27 it is p ...
Norway... a, Nauru, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Niue,, Oman, Pakistan, Palau, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philipp ...
Francia... to settle their first colony in the south-west (Gascony) of the kingdom of, which was more or less abandoned by the Frankish kings after their two d ...
Germany... Northern Friesland" or "North Frisia", is a district in Schleswig-Holstein,. It includes almost all of traditional North Frisia along with adjacent a ...
Lebanon... m other nations for much longer. For example, Middle East Airlines (MEA) offlew 707s and 720s in front-line passenger service until the end of the 19 ...
France... ganised into a series of départements, based on those used by revolutionary. At first organised into its own département, it was merged with Drenthe ...
Lebanese... ans (mostly foreign-born). Citizens of Middle East (particularly Syrian and) ancestry are a minority with a presence in the capital. Arab Haitians (a ...
People's Republic of China... aign called Chiến dịch Biên giới (Borderland Campaign). The newly communistgave the Việt Minh both sheltered bases and heavy weapons with which to fi ...
ItalyInhe is remembered with the appellatives of "Il Papa del Sorriso" (The Smili ...
Chile... (LAFTA) was created in the 1960 Treaty of Montevideo by Argentina, Brazil,, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, and Uruguay. The signatories hoped to create a c ...
Puerto Rico... mi, Orlando, New York, and Washington, DC. In June, 2000, upon returning to, the band held a concert at the Rubén Rodríguez Coliseum in Bayamón. In A ...
Spain... ealth, Japan, Israel, India, and undemocratic anti-communist states such asunder Francisco Franco, South Africa under apartheid, Greece under the mil ...
French Third Republic... anarchist and the assassin of Marie François Sadi Carnot, President of the
BangladeshThis halva, produced and served in India, Afghanistan,, Iran, Pakistan and surrounding countries (different versions of it are a ...
Puerto RicoPublished since 1974, El Vocero was at first the third of the four largestnewspapers, trailing El Mundo and El Nuevo Día and leading The San Juan St ...
CambodiaCycle rickshaws are known as cyclo (pronounced see-clo) inand Vietnam, cycle rickshaw in India and Bangladesh, trishaw from "tricycl ...
Malta... ck to the early 20th century when a favoured Tuscan family left the city toand the youngest daughter of the family was declared Contessa Morabitto di ...
Ghana... southern part of Nigeria, and the coastal regions stretching from southernto coastal parts of Sierra Leone. Like Islam, elements of Traditional Afri ...
Assyria... arliest accounting records were found amongst the ruins of ancient Babylon,and Sumeria, which date back more than 7,000 years. The people of that tim ...
Cambodia... onesia, and "trisikad", padyak or traysikad in the Philippines and cyclo in. Cycle rickshaws are known as saikka in Myanmar, a transliteration of Eng ...
Spaininternational: 5 submarine cables; microwave radio relay to Italy, France,, Morocco, and Tunisia; coaxial cable to Morocco and Tunisia; participant ...
Azerbaijan... surrounding countries (different versions of it are also found in Albania,, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Montenegro and Turkey), is usually made with w ...
Russian Empire... s for the strategic rivalry and conflict between the British Empire and thefor supremacy in Central Asia. The classic Great Game period is generally ...
Cuba... r expedition against the Spaniards, and he proceeded to ravage the coast of. In a meeting held by Morgan prior to the start of their journey, he prop ...
Franceinternational: 5 submarine cables; microwave radio relay to Italy,, Spain, Morocco, and Tunisia; coaxial cable to Morocco and Tunisia; parti ...
Japan... s with most countries and has particularly close ties to Pacific neighbours, Australia, and New Zealand. Kiribati established diplomatic relations wi ...
Confederacy... t some students from the draft, so the university was one of the few in thethat managed to stay open. However, Chapel Hill suffered the loss of more ...
Nigeria... ambique, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger,, Niue, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Palau, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, ...
Morocco... ational: 5 submarine cables; microwave radio relay to Italy, France, Spain,, and Tunisia; coaxial cable to Morocco and Tunisia; participant in Medara ...
British... Company rule (1774–1857) and remained so under the British Raj (1857–1920).had captured Delhi by 1803 and George V announced in 1911 that the capital ...
Tamil NaduThe Hoysalas extended their foothold in areas known today asaround 1225, making the city of Kannanur Kuppam near Srirangam a provincia ...
Tristan da Cunha... pent crossing the Atlantic from Bahia to the Cape of Good Hope, touching aton the way
Iceland... s Greece, Ireland and Portugal and also some EU countries outside the area., the country which experienced the largest crisis in 2008 when its entire ...
Soviet Union... e of which was related to power struggles between the United States and the, created new refugee populations which developed into global diasporas
JordanOn 13 November 1966, Israel launched a major raid against theian administered West Bank town of as-Samu, in response to a Fatah-impleme ...
French IndochinaDuring World War II, Japan occupied. As well as fighting the French, the Việt Minh started a campaign against ...
United Kingdom... known as saikka in Myanmar, a transliteration of English "side car". In theand United States cycle rickshaws are more widely pedicabs. In Buffalo, Ne ...
Duchy of Parma... t: Maria Theresa lost the mineral-rich Duchy of Silesia to Prussia, and theto Spain
Maratha Confederation... uerrillas. Otherwise only the United States (286,730 total combatants), the, the Ottoman Empire, Italy, Naples and the Duchy of Warsaw ever had more ...
Indonesia... ovince ( or ) is the highest tier of local government subnational entity in. Each province has its own local government, headed by a governor, and ha ...
Cambodia... hip that later turned out to be stolen. Therefore they went to the river ofand Cochin-China or the bay of Tonquin, until they came to the latitude of ...
Dutch East Indies... a for instance was the world's largest producer of tin and rubber while thewas the source of Holland's wealth
Soviet Ukraine... led to emigrate. Many Ukrainians remaining in Poland were forcibly moved to(see Repatriation of Ukrainians from Poland to the Soviet Union), and to t ...
Bulgaria... countries (different versions of it are also found in Albania, Azerbaijan,, Cyprus, Greece, Montenegro and Turkey), is usually made with wheat semol ...
Tunisia... bmarine cables; microwave radio relay to Italy, France, Spain, Morocco, and; coaxial cable to Morocco and Tunisia; participant in Medarabtel; satelli ...
Spain... ince it was so cunningly brought to Christianity and control of the King ofwithout warfare. In the 19th century this became an important coffee produ ...
Mali... f the continent. Traditional Muslim areas include parts of Senegal, Gambia,, Guinea , Niger; the inland areas of Sierra Leone and Liberia; the wester ...
NormandyThe French region oftakes its name from the Viking invaders who were called Normannorum, which ...
EstoniaThe second son of August von Kotzebue, he was born in Reval (now Tallinn,), then part of the Russian Empire. After attending the St Petersburg scho ...
Puerto Rico... , once again substituting Serbia. Proyecto M went to enjoy great success inand Venezuela
Senegal... far west coast of the continent. Traditional Muslim areas include parts of, Gambia, Mali, Guinea , Niger; the inland areas of Sierra Leone and Liber ...
Latvia... tern Baltic coast in Truso and Kaup (Old Prussia), and in Grobin (Courland,)
Western Ganga Dynasty... The earliest reference to the name "Bengaluru" was found in a ninth centurystone inscription on a "vīra gallu" (literally, "hero stone", a rock edict ...
Uttar Pradesh... shifting the center of Vedic culture east from the Punjab into what is now. The fixing of the samhitapatha (by keeping Sandhi) intact and of the pad ...
Japan... ree previously introduced characters, Banshee (from Ireland), Sunfire (from), and Wolverine (from Canada), who eventually became the breakout charact ...
Ethiopia... rticipated on the single "We Are the World", an appeal for famine relief in. That same year Jackson featured in anti-drug music video "Stop the Madne ...
Soviet Union... o their opposition to the Japanese, the Việt Minh received funding from theand the Republic of China. When Japan surrendered in August 1945, the Japa ...
South Africa... nd undemocratic anti-communist states such as Spain under Francisco Franco,under apartheid, Greece under the military junta (1967–74), Chile under Pi ...
East TimorWithgaining its independence, Indonesia currently has 33 provinces, seven of w ...
United Kingdom... hase followed the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. The Great Game ended as theentered the post-WW2 post-colonial period
New Zealand... and has particularly close ties to Pacific neighbours Japan, Australia, and. Kiribati established diplomatic relations with Taiwan in November 2003. ...
New Zealand... ollowers. He has had some influence on twentieth century art (including thepainter Melvin Day) and literary criticism (e.g., in the "Vies imaginaires ...
Nguyễn... Vietnam, most rulers are known by their temple names, with the exception ofand Tây Sơn Dynasty rulers, who are known by their era names
Armenia... the conflict between the Romans and Sassanid Persia in Mesopotamia, Syria,, Lazica and Caucasian Iberia (roughly modern-day Georgia). It details the ...
SyriaMelqart was venerated in Phoenician and Punic cultures fromto Spain. The first occurrence of the name is in a ninth-century BCE stela ...
Belgium... rtage of family funds from his father's death, led to a move to Brussels inwith his mother in 1785. Until his early twenties, Arthur continued to sho ...
CroatiaIn, Nikolaus (Sveti Nikola) who visits on Saint Nicholas day (Nikolinje) bri ...
Confederate States of America... orn physician who introduced antiseptic surgery while in the service of the. Thereafter, in private practice in Canton (Madison County), Mississippi, ...
Namibia... urban; and the N7 which links Cape Town with the Northern Cape Province and. The N1 and N2 both start in the Central Business District, and split to ...
Italy... f Italy in September 1943, Hitler ordered the II SS Panzer Corps to move to, but in the end only the Leibstandarte was pulled out of Russia and sent ...
Qin DynastyMinyue was a de facto kingdom until the emperor of, the first unified imperial Chinese state, abolished the status. In the a ...
Republic of China... the Japanese, the Việt Minh received funding from the Soviet Union and the. When Japan surrendered in August 1945, the Japanese handed over control ...
FranceIn Southeast Asia, many Vietnamese people immigrated toand later millions to the United States, Australia and Canada after the Co ...
Sierra Leone... include parts of Senegal, Gambia, Mali, Guinea , Niger; the inland areas ofand Liberia; the western, northern and far-eastern regions of Burkina Faso ...
Sweden... d, his engines had spread (first) to Hungary in 1722, Germany, Austria, and. A total of 110 are known to have been built by 1733 when the joint paten ...
Venezuela... stituting Serbia. Proyecto M went to enjoy great success in Puerto Rico and
Kenya... ssus (from the Soviet Union), Nightcrawler (from West Germany), Storm (from), and Thunderbird (a Native American from the Apache nation), along with ...
South AfricaIn 1959 the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand,, and the United Kingdom defined the length of the international yard to b ...
AzoresOn Madeira and the, the local population has been described as E. r. microrhynchos, and alth ...
Greece... st opposite Thasos. The site now lies in the Xanthi regional unit of modern. The municipality of Abdera, or Ávdira (, ), has 18,573 inhabitants (2001 ...
Mongolia... a relatively short slope to the plateau (1,150 to 1,680 m) of north-western. East of 94° E the range is continued by a double series of mountain chai ...
England... shop of the Province of Canterbury, which covers the southern two-thirds of
Netherlands Antilles... helper. In particular Dutch citizens with backgrounds from Suriname and themight feel offended by the Dutch slavery history connected to this emblem ...
England... -track, triple A-side single, Moya, during this period. They toured throughheadlining some shows on their own and also touring with Bauhaus and Theat ...
Nicaragua... olia, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand,, Niger, Nigeria, Niue, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Palau, Panama, Papua New G ...
Greenland... Great Northern Loon breeds in Canada, parts of the northern United States,, and Alaska. There is a smaller population (ca. 3,000 pairs) in Iceland. ...
SwedishLars Johan Hierta (22 January 1801, Uppsala – 20 November 1872) was anewspaper publisher, social critic, businessman and politician. He is best ...
Niger... . Traditional Muslim areas include parts of Senegal, Gambia, Mali, Guinea ,; the inland areas of Sierra Leone and Liberia; the western, northern and ...
Sicily... all city (a frazione) in the comune of Patti, in the Province of Messina in, between Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto and Cefalù
Tajikistan... the border with the former Soviet republics of Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and. In the 19th century there was a province in Afghanistan named Turkestan ...
India... sm were exported from the Indian subcontinent. Islam arrived mostly throughn Muslims and later dominated much of the archipelago around the 13th cent ...
Tajikistan... into Central Asia. In August 329 BCE, at the mouth of the Fergana Valley inhe founded the city of Alexandria Eschate or "Alexandria The Furthest". Th ...
Singapore... in India and Bangladesh, trishaw from "tricycle rickshaw", in Malaysia and, becak in Indonesia, and "trisikad", padyak or traysikad in the Philippin ...
ItalyAfter his travels, Pythagoras moved (around 530 BC) to Croton, in(Magna Graecia). Possibly the tyranny of Polycrates in Samos made it diffi ...
Greece... states such as Spain under Francisco Franco, South Africa under apartheid,under the military junta (1967–74), Chile under Pinochet, Brazil under mil ...
GuatemalaAlta Verapaz is a department in the north central part of. The capital and chief city of the department is Cobán. Verapaz is border ...
Singapore... and later in Texas; printed circuit boards were manufactured in Ireland and
United Kingdom... 59 the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, and thedefined the length of the international yard to be exactly 0.9144 metre. W ...
Albania... istan and surrounding countries (different versions of it are also found in, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Montenegro and Turkey), is usually ...
Hong Kong... rent from each other and mainland China. Travelling between mainland China,and Macau, technically, is not considered international. Although people o ...
India... of Indian freedom fighters opened in the Hill station Udhagamandalam (Ooty)in March 2007. Another branch of this museum opened in July 2008 at the hi ...
Afghanistan... military leader who played a leading role in driving the Soviet army out of, earning him the name "Lion of Panjshir" . His followers call him Āmir Sā ...
Roman Empire... ecedence over the lunar Hebrew Calendar among the Christian churches of the
Greenland... tic Marine Mammal Commission (NAMMCO) was established by the Faroe Islands,, Iceland, and Norway under the Agreement on Cooperation in Research, Cons ...
Liberia... Senegal, Gambia, Mali, Guinea , Niger; the inland areas of Sierra Leone and; the western, northern and far-eastern regions of Burkina Faso; and the n ...
GoryeoTemple names are commonly used when naming most Chinese, Korean (and Joseon periods), and Vietnamese (such dynasties as Trần, Lý, and Lê) r ...
Kiribati... ment, Kiribati is also a member of the African Caribbean and Pacific Group.maintains good relations with most countries and has particularly close ti ...
Indonesia... desh, trishaw from "tricycle rickshaw", in Malaysia and Singapore, becak in, and "trisikad", padyak or traysikad in the Philippines and cyclo in Camb ...
Madagascar... iod there, then went directly over to the Cape of Good Hope. They landed onwhere their nine men were pursued by three hundred natives, because one of ...
Afghanistan... re among the first warships to participate in Operation Enduring Freedom in. Vinson sailed towards the Persian Gulf intending to support Operation So ...
RussiaIn 1832 an electromagnetic telegraph was created by Baron Schilling in, and in 1833 Carl Friedrich Gauss and Wilhelm Weber invented their own co ...
Macau... other and mainland China. Travelling between mainland China, Hong Kong and, technically, is not considered international. Although people of Hong Ko ...
Iceland... , Greenland, and Alaska. There is a smaller population (ca. 3,000 pairs) in. On isolated occasions they have bred in the far north of Scotland. The f ...
FinlandIn, fathom (syli) is sometimes, albeit seldom, used as a maritime unit, of a ...
Egypt... stone inscriptions dating back to 2000 BC, fishing rods go back to ancient, China, Greece, Trinidad and Tobago, Rome and medieval England, where the ...
AlgeriaCommunications in
Burkina Faso... Sierra Leone and Liberia; the western, northern and far-eastern regions of; and the northern halves of the coastal nations of Cameroon, Nigeria, Ben ...
Navigator islands... ropavlovsk in July 1824. Many positions along the coast were rectified, thevisited, and several discoveries made. The expedition returned by the Mari ...
Vietnam... only used when naming most Chinese, Korean (Goryeo and Joseon periods), andese (such dynasties as Trần, Lý, and Lê) royalty. They should not be confu ...
South AfricaThe current flag of the Republic ofwas adopted on 27 April 1994, at the beginning of the 1994 general electio ...
Company rule... 18th century, Calcutta became the capital of British held territories under(1774–1857) and remained so under the British Raj (1857–1920). British had ...
Britain... Oregon Country to Americans, was jointly occupied by the United States and; a situation agreed to in the Anglo-American Convention of 1818. British ...
MinyueThis area was also the place for the kingdom of. The word "Mǐnyuè" was derived by combining "Mǐn" (閩/闽; ), perhaps an eth ...
Iceland... Mammal Commission (NAMMCO) was established by the Faroe Islands, Greenland,, and Norway under the Agreement on Cooperation in Research, Conservation ...
Low Countries... g Colf with the added element of an ice-covered surface, was popular in thebetween the Middle Ages and the Dutch Golden Age. The game was played with ...
Cambodia... da after the Cold War-related Vietnam War. Later, 30,000 French colons fromwere displaced after being expelled by the Khmer Rouge regime under Pol Po ...
Italyinternational: 5 submarine cables; microwave radio relay to, France, Spain, Morocco, and Tunisia; coaxial cable to Morocco and Tunisi ...
Scotland... pairs) in Iceland. On isolated occasions they have bred in the far north of. The female lays 1 to 3 eggs on a hollowed-out mound of dirt and vegetati ...
United Kingdom... was the unit used to measure the depth of mines (mineral extraction) in the. Miners also use it as a unit of area equal to in the plane of a vein. In ...
Canada... roughout North America east of the Rocky Mountains from eastern and centralto the northeast United States. In the winters, they migrated to the south ...
Niger... co, Mozambique, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua,, Nigeria, Niue, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Palau, Panama, Papua New Guinea, ...
Greece... ly, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Turkey, Iceland, India, Pakistan, Germany and
Princely State of Mysore... ngalore continued to be a cantonment of the British and a major city of thewhich existed as a nominally sovereign entity of the British Raj. Followin ...
Mongolia... n of the Eurasian Steppe. By the end of his reign, he controlled Manchuria,, and the Tarim Basin, subjugating over twenty states east of Samarkand. E ...
Syria... Staff, and Governor of Aden), Ali Nasir Muhammad himself remained abroad in
BermudaIn 1922, Merton and his father traveled to, having left John Paul with his in-laws, the Jenkins family, in Douglasto ...
Brunei... e Malay Annals, the rajas and sultans of the Malay States (now Malaysia and) as well as their predecessors, such as the Indonesian kingdom of Majapah ...
France... erformed by the French composer Jean Michel Jarre. It was first released inin December 1976, on Disques Dreyfus with license to Polydor. The album's ...
Roman Empire... , in the year 50 BC. Julius Caesar has conquered nearly all of Gaul for the. The little Armorican village, however, has held out because the villager ...
Philippines... oup performed humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations in thein June 2008 after Typhoon Fengshen, which killed hundreds from the centra ...
India... merging as the largest hub for Ayurvedic drug manufacturing industry in the. Out of the 850 ayurvedic drug-manufacturing units in Kerala, about 150 u ...
BelgianAntoine-Joseph "Adolphe" Sax (6 November 1814 – c. 4 February 1894) was amusical instrument designer and musician who played the flute and clarinet ...
Germany... , Malta, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Turkey, Iceland, India, Pakistan,and Greece
Madagascar... g perfume. It also is the world's second-largest producer of vanilla, after. Principal food crops are coconuts, bananas, and cassava. Foodstuffs cons ...
PortugalIn, the Rector (Portuguese: Reitor) is the highest official of each universi ...
Soviet Union... a Cold War-era term often used to describe states not under the rule of the, its European allies, China, Vietnam, Cuba, and other communist nations. ...
Switzerland... d an anthroposophical center for special needs education, the Sonnenhof, in. In 1940, Karl König founded the Camphill Movement in Scotland. The latte ...
Singapore... pment in Asia, especially by the Four Asian Tigers (Hong Kong, South Korea,, and Taiwan), resulted in rapid economic transformation and industrializa ...
England... the Angles and the early Scottish Kings. By the year 1000, the kingdoms ofand Scotland had developed from the petty kingdoms of early medieval Brita ...
Germany... d their own code to communicate over a distance of 1200 m within Göttingen,
Romania... tish units. Irgun members also assisted British forces with intelligence in, Bulgaria, Morocco and Tunisia. An Irgun unit also operated in Syria and ...
New Zealand... Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Netherlands,, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Niue, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Palau, Panama, ...
Portugal... ese heraldry, as evidenced by the arms of municipal de Santiago do Cacém in, in which the white of the fallen Moor's clothing and the knight's horse ...
Chile... iberate the continent. Bernardo O'Higgins was the first Supreme director of. When Chilean troops occupied Lima during the War of the Pacific in 1881, ...
CanadaThis diver is well known in, appearing on the "loonie" coin and the previous series of $20 bill, and ...
New ZealandFile:Coptic Orthodox Church, Dunedin.jpg|Coptic Church, Dunedin,File:Coptic cathedral (Khartoum) 001.jpg|Coptic Cathedral, Khartoum, Sudan ...
Vijayanagara Empire... egion of Bangalore until in 1537 AD Kempe Gowda—a feudatory ruler under the—established a mud fort considered to be the foundation of modern Bangalor ...
Pakistan... l, Ireland, Malta, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Turkey, Iceland, India,, Germany and Greece
Libya... organization. Arafat continued this process in other Arab countries such asand Syria
MalaysiaIn the Malay Annals, the rajas and sultans of the Malay States (nowand Brunei) as well as their predecessors, such as the Indonesian kingdom ...
Solomon Islands... in the Old World, but with boid species present in Madagascar, Fiji and the, this is not quite accurate; instead, it seems that they have survived in ...
Soviet Union... rom the original team and consisted of the newly created Colossus (from the), Nightcrawler (from West Germany), Storm (from Kenya), and Thunderbird ( ...
BangladeshCycle rickshaws (রিকশা riksha) are the most popular modes of transport inand are available for hire throughout the country including the capital ci ...
Italy... me to Holmes when he was a child. It was not until 1986, prior to a trip to, when his mother provided him with the hand-written copy of his original ...
People's Republic of China... th the Republic of China on Taiwan. Although it did not sever ties with the, expressing the intention to continue relations, Beijing suspended ties o ...
Jewish Autonomous OblastAround the same time the Soviet Union was advocating the Siberianacross the Manchukuo-Soviet border, some Japanese officials investigated a ...
Libya... 13 March 2011, the PLAN missile frigate Xuzhou was spotted off the coast of, marking the first time in history a Chinese warship sailed into the Medi ...
YemenAs a direct consequence of the country’s poverty,compares unfavorably with its Middle Eastern neighbors in terms of transpo ...
Italy... all the way to Egypt. In Europe it extends from Israel, Lebanon, Egypt, and(historically, Venice) in the Mediterranean Sea to other European ports or ...
France... that have been documented have close parallels or variants, particularly in. Most of the surviving traditional songs are in French, with a minority i ...
Egypt... pian ports all the way to Egypt. In Europe it extends from Israel, Lebanon,, and Italy (historically, Venice) in the Mediterranean Sea to other Europ ...
CubaAny Latin-American country can join the 1980 Montevideo Treaty.was the last to accede, becoming a full member on August 26, 1999. In addi ...
France... eries is an unnamed coastal village in Armorica, a province of Gaul (modern), in the year 50 BC. Julius Caesar has conquered nearly all of Gaul for t ...
Croatia... prompted a more serious tone for the film, which originally had been set in. The airline remained a major investor in the film, and showed it as an i ...
Indonesia... tural disasters; in 2005, Lincoln supported Operation Unified Assistance inafter the December 2004 tsunami, and Truman provided aid after Hurricane K ...
Sicily... cket is thought to be a mosaic icon still visible in Monreale Cathedral, in, created shortly after his death. Becket's cousins obtained refuge at the ...
Montenegro... ions of it are also found in Albania, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece,and Turkey), is usually made with wheat semolina, sugar or honey, and butt ...
CambodiaThe Indonesian semi-solid fish paste terasi, then prahok and the Malay fermented krill brick belacan or budu from liquid a ...
San Marino... Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Switzerland andvoted with other anti-whaling countries
BahrainIn, petroleum production and processing account for about 60% of export rece ...
India... e Israel, Ireland, Malta, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Turkey, Iceland,, Pakistan, Germany and Greece
Netherlands... sia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal,, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Niue, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Pa ...
ThailandIn, any three-wheeler is called samlor (, which literally means "three wheel ...
Germany... uch is the case in many African states; Idi Amin in Uganda, Adolf Hitler in, Ferdinand Marcos in Philippines, for example
Republic of China... here are High Commissions from Australia and New Zealand and embassy of the(Taiwan), and the People's Republic of Cuba
Hong Kong... -driven economic development in Asia, especially by the Four Asian Tigers (, South Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan), resulted in rapid economic transfor ...
Venezuela... o include four more Latin American nations: Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, and. It now consisted of 11 nations. In 1980, LAFTA reorganized into the Lati ...
Fiji... and pythons in the Old World, but with boid species present in Madagascar,and the Solomon Islands, this is not quite accurate; instead, it seems tha ...
Sicily... a kingdom which included the Roman Africa province, besides the islands of, Corsica, Sardinia, Malta and the Balearics. In 455, they sacked the city ...
Iran... an for painting a picture of Mickey Mouse flipping the bird and saying "Hey
Republic of ChinaOn 7 November 2003, Kiribati established diplomatic relations with theon Taiwan. Although it did not sever ties with the People's Republic of Ch ...
Austria... nd Devorah, died in Nazi concentration camps. He never returned to Germany,or Poland. He once wrote, "If I should go to Poland or Germany, every ston ...
Sikh Empire... the majority population. However, being roughly analogous to the historical(1707–1849), some other territories of the greater Punjab region may also ...
ConfederateNewberry College was a hospital forand later Union troops during the American Civil War
Ecuador... TA expanded to include four more Latin American nations: Bolivia, Colombia,, and Venezuela. It now consisted of 11 nations. In 1980, LAFTA reorganize ...
Roman Empire... ered by the Romans, and its northern and eastern part incorporated into theas the provinces of Raetia and Noricum respectively. The part south of and ...
Canada... eased theatrically on December 13, 1985. In 1986, it was released on VHS inand the U.S. In other countries, it was released on VHS on February 11, 19 ...
Qatar... the many wealthy Palestinians working there and other Gulf States, such as(where he met Mahmoud Abbas in 1961). These businessmen and oil workers co ...
Prussia... ichstag on 21 March was held at the Garrison Church in Potsdam, a shrine ofnism, in the presence of many Junker landowners and representatives of the ...
Croatia... sequence. The story is set in the Adriatic Sea, most likely near Rijeka inand the surrounding Dalmatian islands
Lebanon... and Ethiopian ports all the way to Egypt. In Europe it extends from Israel,, Egypt, and Italy (historically, Venice) in the Mediterranean Sea to othe ...
Senegal... Serer people's sorghum couscous (called "Chereh" in Serer) particularly inand The Gambia. Jolof rice originally from the Kingdom of Jolof (now part ...
Nepal... t 200,000 Tibetans live now dispersed worldwide, half of whom in are India,and Bhutan. In lieu of lost citizenship papers, the Central Tibetan Admini ...
Mexico... abs. In Buffalo, New York, this type of vehicle is known as a bike taxi. In, they are called bicitaxi or taxi ecologico (literally "ecological taxi")
India... on of South Asia. The territory of the proposed nation is carved out of then state of Punjab, where Sikhs are the majority population. However, being ...
Vietnam... states not under the rule of the Soviet Union, its European allies, China,, Cuba, and other communist nations. The term often referred to states suc ...
New Zealand... kyo and Hamburg. In Kiribati, there are High Commissions from Australia andand embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan), and the People's Republic o ...
Germany... Gittel and Devorah, died in Nazi concentration camps. He never returned to, Austria or Poland. He once wrote, "If I should go to Poland or Germany, ...
Greece... ent versions of it are also found in Albania, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Cyprus,, Montenegro and Turkey), is usually made with wheat semolina, sugar or ho ...
Indonesia... European proclamation of "Long live the King", on streets and buildings. In, especially on the island of Java, the sultan's divite right is more comm ...
Saudi Arabia... ived billions of dollars of equipment and financial assistance, mostly from, which felt threatened by a united Yemen. The United States strongly supp ...
Uganda... litary-backed leaders. Such is the case in many African states; Idi Amin in, Adolf Hitler in Germany, Ferdinand Marcos in Philippines, for example
Denmark... then unknown Guns N' Roses. The band also appeared at Roskilde Festival inin June 1987. When the world tour wound through Australia, the band wrecke ...
BrazilIn, unlike most Civil-law jurisdictions, there is no specialized court or se ...
Russia... mpanies and Dickinson State University on a trip to Kazakhstan, Ukraine and. North Dakota exports mostly machinery to Kazakhstan, the eighth largest ...
Madagascar... he New World and pythons in the Old World, but with boid species present in, Fiji and the Solomon Islands, this is not quite accurate; instead, it se ...
Thailand... ly undergo some form of head-shaving or tonsure during their ordination; inmonks shave their eyebrows as well. Brahmin children have their heads ritu ...
Azerbaijanis a member of the United Nations, the Organization for Security and Coope ...
Cyprus... (different versions of it are also found in Albania, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria,, Greece, Montenegro and Turkey), is usually made with wheat semolina, sug ...
South Africa... s and escaped convicts. A "shoot-to-kill" policy was recently introduced in, which allows police to use deadly force against any person who poses a s ...
IndiaBangalore , also rendered Bengaluru, is the capital of then state of Karnataka. Bangalore is nicknamed the Garden City for its garde ...
Puerto RicoPonce (; ) is both a city and a municipality in the southern part of. The city is the seat of the municipal government
Russian Empire... von Kotzebue, he was born in Reval (now Tallinn, Estonia), then part of the. After attending the St Petersburg school of cadets, he accompanied Adam ...
India... at about 200,000 Tibetans live now dispersed worldwide, half of whom in are, Nepal and Bhutan. In lieu of lost citizenship papers, the Central Tibeta ...
Syria... which often became satellites of nations such as Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia,and others
British... chestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (often abbreviated to OMD or O.M.D. ) are aNew Wave/synthpop group whose founding members are originally from the Wir ...
Hotakis... anis), making them the second Pashtun rulers of Kandahar, after the Ghilzai
Nepal... the Dream (2001). Four humorous novellas featuring American expatriates inare collected in Escape from Kathmandu (1989). The Martians (1999), discus ...
Majapahit... nd Brunei) as well as their predecessors, such as the Indonesian kingdom of, also claimed divine right to rule. The sultan is mandated by God, and th ...
MexicanVerónica Castro (born October 19, 1952) is aactress, singer and television host. She is the mother of singer Cristian ...
SwedenIn, there is a system of administrative courts that considers only administr ...
Nepal... Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nauru,, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Niue, Norway, Oman, ...
English... ess ware, like that of Hissariik, in central Phtygia and at Pteria, and thearchaeological expeditions, sent subsequently into north-western Anatolia, ...
Colombia... 1970, LAFTA expanded to include four more Latin American nations: Bolivia,, Ecuador, and Venezuela. It now consisted of 11 nations. In 1980, LAFTA r ...
JapanLee enjoys a warm relationship with the people and culture of. Lee often assures Taiwanese audiences that Japan will support Taiwan if ...
Canada... unist nations. The term often referred to states such as the United States,, and democratic European states such as the United Kingdom, France, and F ...
Italy... ely ceremonial. Countries using this system include Israel, Ireland, Malta,, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Turkey, Iceland, India, Pakistan, Germany and ...
Srivijaya... ntry is intertwined with all the others. For instance, the Malay empires ofand Malacca covered modern day Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore while th ...
Serbia... kan regions, in countries such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Romania,, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Russia, Greece and Cyprus, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Ir ...
Jordan... the main political parties signed a document of pledge and accord in Amman,, that was designed to resolve the ongoing crisis. Despite this, clashes i ...
French... ay (born Le Tréport, 24 May 1886 - died Monte Carlo, 10 October 1979) was aconductor, organist and composer. He is best remembered in the United Stat ...
FranceMarcel Moyse (May 17, 1889 in St. Amour,– November 1, 1984 in Brattleboro, Vermont, United States) was a famous Fr ...
Iraq... lestinian factions, which often became satellites of nations such as Egypt,, Saudi Arabia, Syria and others
Sri Lanka... the civil war in 1983, more than 800,000 Tamils have been displaced withinas local diaspora, and over a half million Tamils living as the Tamil dias ...
Italy... include the Cyclopean Islands east off Sicily and near Trentino in northern; Victoria in Australia; Kerguelen Island in the Indian Ocean; in the Lake ...
Malta... is largely ceremonial. Countries using this system include Israel, Ireland,, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Turkey, Iceland, India, Pakistan, Germa ...
Mongolia... i Mountains are a mountain range in East-Central Asia, where Russia, China,and Kazakhstan come together, and where the rivers Irtysh and Ob have thei ...
Russia... arity in Europe into the 20th century, and remains popular today in Sweden,, Finland and Norway
Romania... n and Balkan regions, in countries such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia,, Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Russia, Greece and Cyprus, Egypt, Iraq, Is ...
BoliviaBy 1970, LAFTA expanded to include four more Latin American nations:, Colombia, Ecuador, and Venezuela. It now consisted of 11 nations. In 198 ...
Malta... he Roman Africa province, besides the islands of Sicily, Corsica, Sardinia,and the Balearics. In 455, they sacked the city of Rome. Their kingdom col ...
SudanFile:Coptic cathedral (Khartoum) 001.jpg|Coptic Cathedral, Khartoum,File:Amman Coptic Church.jpg|Coptic Church, Amman, Jordan File:Coptic chur ...
French Polynesia... relations with France in protest against French nuclear tests at Mururoa in
IndiaMatheran,, is a tourist hill station near Mumbai. It is an eco-sensitive zone where ...
UruguayA clinical trial of IPT for treating breast cancer was done inand concluded that "The group treated with insulin + methotrexate responde ...
RussiaThe Altai Mountains are a mountain range in East-Central Asia, where, China, Mongolia and Kazakhstan come together, and where the rivers Irtys ...
AustriaHarnoncourt was born in Berlin, Germany. He was raised in Graz,and studied music in Vienna. His mother, Ladislaja Gräfin von Meran, Freii ...
Roman Empire... ope Saint Urban I was Pope from 14 October 222 to 230. He was born in Rome,and succeeded St. Callixtus I who had been martyred. For centuries it was ...
Croatia... iterranean and Balkan regions, in countries such as Bosnia and Herzegovina,, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Russia, Greece and Cyprus, Egypt, ...
First Spanish Republic... revolt of 1869, the rise of Amadeo to the monarchy, the proclamation of the, the outbreak of the Third Carlist War and the spread of the ideas of the ...
Tunisia... assisted British forces with intelligence in Romania, Bulgaria, Morocco and. An Irgun unit also operated in Syria and . David Raziel later died durin ...
Soviet Union... onsibility for the other three zones, controlled by Britain, France and the. Upon discovery of the Nazi concentration camps, he ordered camera crews ...
Tuvalu... ent by Britain. In 1978 the Ellice Islands became the independent nation of. The Gilbert Islands became independent as Kiribati on 12 July 1979. Alth ...
ItalyGreece, together withand Spain, faces a flood of illegal immigrants trying to enter the EU. The ...
GermanyIn, the highest administrative court for most matters is the federal adminis ...
Nauru... tes of Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia,, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Niue, Norway ...
Slovakia... er pro-whaling countries. Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Luxembourg,, Switzerland and San Marino voted with other anti-whaling countries
NetherlandsOverijssel (; Dutch Low Saxon: Oaveriessel) is a province of thein the central eastern part of the country. The region has a NUTS classifi ...
Algeria... be descendants of moriscos, as well as an indeterminate number of people in, Tunisia, Mauritania, Libya, Egypt and Turkey. However, the call went unh ...
Japan... enix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, US, and partially by the Sapporo Dome in(which has a sliding pitch but a fixed roof)
SicilyLocations include the Cyclopean Islands east offand near Trentino in northern Italy; Victoria in Australia; Kerguelen Isla ...
Israel... e the Presidency is largely ceremonial. Countries using this system include, Ireland, Malta, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Turkey, Iceland, India, ...
Colombia... Latin American countries that have Irish settlement include Puerto Rico and
Soviet Union... s of defeated Nazi armies were thrown at the foot of Lenin's Mausoleum. Theheld many parades in Red Square for May Day, Victory Day, and the October ...
Canada... erall damage inflicted in a full nuclear exchange. As part of this defense,and the US established the North American Air Defense Command (now called ...
Prussia... d to respect the concordats signed between the Holy See and Bavaria (1924),(1929) and Baden (1931). Hitler also agreed to mention these promises in h ...
Malaya... ng the Malayan Emergency from 1948 to 1960, Britain granted independence toand later, Singapore, Sabah and Sarawak in 1957 and 1963 respectively with ...
People's Republic of China... t, military, and business community, fled to Taiwan. On October 1, 1949 the(P.R.C.) was founded in mainland China by the victorious communists; sever ...
Haiti... d regions and the main island of Luzon. In January 2010 Vinson operated off, providing aid and drinking water to earthquake survivors as part of the ...
Cuba... ot under the rule of the Soviet Union, its European allies, China, Vietnam,, and other communist nations. The term often referred to states such as t ...
Senegal... espite the wide variety of cultures in West Africa, from Nigeria through to, there are general similarities in dress, cuisine, music and culture that ...
Dutch... nguage of the local aboriginal tribe and translates as "bamboo forest". Theestablished Fort Zeelandia in 1624 and defeated the local tribes in 1635. ...
Poland... Jewish family in Frankfurt, he was arrested by the Gestapo and deported to. He spent ten months lecturing on Jewish philosophy and Torah at Warsaw's ...
NigeriaDespite the wide variety of cultures in West Africa, fromthrough to Senegal, there are general similarities in dress, cuisine, musi ...
New Zealand... s Merton was born in Prades, Pyrénées-Orientales, France, to Owen Merton, apainter active in Europe and the United States, and Ruth Jenkins, an Ameri ...
Bhutan... Tibetans live now dispersed worldwide, half of whom in are India, Nepal and. In lieu of lost citizenship papers, the Central Tibetan Administration o ...
Iceland... em include Israel, Ireland, Malta, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Turkey,, India, Pakistan, Germany and Greece
France... States, Canada, and democratic European states such as the United Kingdom,, and Federal Republic of Germany (all members of NATO). In addition, it a ...
ItalyInthe rector (Magnifico Rettore) is the head of the university and Rappresen ...
Sweden... in popularity in Europe into the 20th century, and remains popular today in, Russia, Finland and Norway
Morocco... embers also assisted British forces with intelligence in Romania, Bulgaria,and Tunisia. An Irgun unit also operated in Syria and . David Raziel later ...
LebanonThe Assyrian diaspora expanded by the Civil War in, the coming into power of the Islamic republic of Iran, the Ba'athist dic ...
EnglishSir Michael Philip "Mick" Jagger (born 26 July 1943) is anmusician, singer, and songwriter. He is best known as the lead vocalist an ...
France... d of the British contingent of an allied force destined for the invasion of. In 1794, the 33rd regiment was sent to join the force and Wellesley, hav ...
Israel... rrior, he is famous for his combat with the young David, the future king of. The fight between them is described in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament an ...
Haiti... frican recipes are enjoyed in the West Indies, Australia, Louisiana, Italy,, and all over the world. Although some of these recipes have been altered ...
French... nce – November 1, 1984 in Brattleboro, Vermont, United States) was a famousflutist. Many works were composed for Moyse including the 1934 Flute Conce ...
Puerto Rico... to Chile. Other Latin American countries that have Irish settlement includeand Colombia
Soviet Union... Treaty (ABM Treaty or ABMT) was a treaty between the United States and theon the limitation of the anti-ballistic missile (ABM) systems used in defe ...
British... f early objects but not systematically excavated until taken in hand by theSchool at Athens in 1896, yielded at Phylakope remains of all the Aegean p ...
FranceEdward of York was born at Rouen in, the second child of Richard, 3rd Duke of York (who had a strong genealog ...
SovietEnergia (, , "Energy") was arocket that was designed by NPO Energia to serve as a heavy-lift expendabl ...
Canada... r mutual regional trade among the member states, as well as with the US and, the Pacific Union, the African Union, and the European Union. To achieve ...
Andhra Pradesh... st of present-day Karnataka, minor parts of Tamil Nadu and parts of westernin Deccan India
GermanyHarnoncourt was born in Berlin,. He was raised in Graz, Austria and studied music in Vienna. His mother, ...
Poland... using this system include Israel, Ireland, Malta, Italy, Austria, Hungary,, Turkey, Iceland, India, Pakistan, Germany and Greece
Oman... of small-scale conflict the Portuguese were defeated in Kenya by Arabs from. Under Seyyid Said, the Omani sultan who moved his capital to Zanzibar in ...
Tamil Nadu... on of halva (or alvaa in Tamil) is from Tirunelveli, a city in the state of. A closely related semolina preparation widely enjoyed throughout South I ...
FranceOn January 31, 1915, Thomas Merton was born in Prades, Pyrénées-Orientales,, to Owen Merton, a New Zealand painter active in Europe and the United St ...
Ecuador... ds distributed around the equator in the Pacific Ocean, west of continental, of which they are a part
Mauritania... moriscos, as well as an indeterminate number of people in Algeria, Tunisia,, Libya, Egypt and Turkey. However, the call went unheeded by the central ...
Anjouan... ts are rudimentary, although a deepwater facility was recently completed on. Only small vessels can approach the existing quays in Moroni on Grande C ...
United Kingdom... ch as the United States, Canada, and democratic European states such as the, France, and Federal Republic of Germany (all members of NATO). In additi ...
RussiaAlexey Leonidovich Pajitnov (, ; born 14 March 1956) is an computer engineer, residing in the United States, who developed the popu ...
Switzerland... ling countries. Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Luxembourg, Slovakia,and San Marino voted with other anti-whaling countries
Hungary... Countries using this system include Israel, Ireland, Malta, Italy, Austria,, Poland, Turkey, Iceland, India, Pakistan, Germany and Greece
MalayaBy 1913, the British occupied Burma,and the Borneo territories, the French controlled Indochina, the Dutch rul ...
FranceWhen the metric system was introduced inin 1795, it included units for length, area, dry volume, liquid capacity, ...
Egypt... city due to its location near the coast and between the Crusader States and. In 1099, shortly after the Siege of Jerusalem (1099), an Egyptian Fatimi ...
JapanRecent research carried out on extremophiles ininvolved a variety of bacteria including Escherichia coli and Paracoccus d ...
Tamil Nadu... e 13th century, they governed most of present-day Karnataka, minor parts ofand parts of western Andhra Pradesh in Deccan India
Netherlands... ng house and funk influences. This album featured Jackson's top twenty-fivehit "Sexbox"
Singapore... rcraft were, at one point, used to operate LOT's longest-ever connection to. By the end of 1989 LOT had achieved much, it had hosted that year's IATA ...
Austria... emonial. Countries using this system include Israel, Ireland, Malta, Italy,, Hungary, Poland, Turkey, Iceland, India, Pakistan, Germany and Greece
Mexico... and southern Ontario south to central Florida and eastern Texas, as well as
GermanyAdministrative law in, called “Verwaltungsrecht”, generally rules the relationship between auth ...
Uruguay... eaty of Montevideo by Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, and. The signatories hoped to create a common market in Latin America and off ...
Croatia... channel. The first historical record of the tidal bore was that made by then missionary in Spanish service Father Ferdinand Konščak on 18 July 1746. ...
CubaIn the late 2000s, Kiribati began to strengthen its relations with. Cuba provides medical aid to Kiribati. There are currently sixteen docto ...
Namibia... rated States of Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique,, Nauru, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Niue, ...
Bulgaria... s. Irgun members also assisted British forces with intelligence in Romania,, Morocco and Tunisia. An Irgun unit also operated in Syria and . David Ra ...
Syria... , especially from Germany, Italy and Russia; Middle East, mainly Lebanon or; and even China, who brought new forms of agriculture, mining, livestock, ...
Tunisia... dants of moriscos, as well as an indeterminate number of people in Algeria,, Mauritania, Libya, Egypt and Turkey. However, the call went unheeded by ...
Greece... ia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Russia,and Cyprus, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Iran, Lebanon, Macedonia, Albania, Syria, ...
Venezuela... ndlords and merchants from Latin American countries (and in particular from) resulting from the deterioration of the Spanish Empire in Central and So ...
Japan... ts who responded with high-level technophobic fears was 29%. In comparison,had 58% high-level technophobes, India had 82%, and had 53%
Carthage... o face a new and formidable opponent: the powerful Phoenician city-state of. In the three Punic Wars, Chartage was eventually destroyed and Rome gain ...
Kuwait... a, but was unsuccessful in both attempts. In 1957, he applied for a visa to(at the time a British protectorate) and was approved, based on his work i ...
Mongolia... s the longest railway in the world. There are branch lines to China throughand Manchuria, with service continuing to North Korea
Tonga... etime between 3000 BC and AD 1300. The area was not isolated; invaders from, Samoa, and Fiji later introduced Polynesian and Melanesian cultural aspe ...
Finland... D expenditure in Greece enjoyed the third-highest increase in Europe, afterand Ireland. Because of its strategic location, qualified workforce and po ...
British... a comprising modern-day Smithfield was first settled in the 17th century bycolonists as a farming community and named after Smithfield, London. The a ...
United Kingdom... is My Weakness" (#2 R&B in 1978). White also had a strong following in thewhere he scored five Top 10 hits and one number 1 for "You're The First." ...
Egypt... bsidian over all the Aegean area. We find Cretan vessels exported to Melos,and the Greek mainland. Melian vases came in their turn to Crete. After 16 ...
Burma... ed), or cooked in soups or stir-fries. Similar condiments from Thailand andare called nam pla (น้ำปลา) and ngan bya yay (ငံပြာရည်) respectively. In L ...
Oman... biting the coastal areas in the region of Makran (Chabahar, Gwadar), Gulf (, Kuwait, Bahrain) and Arabian Sea (Karachi and other parts of Sindh) and ...
France... itannia is to the United Kingdom and the British Empire what Marianne is toor perhaps what Columbia is to the United States. Like Columbia, Britannia ...
Sikhs... d Shah crossed the passes from Afghanistan for the sixth time to subdue the. He assaulted Lahore and, after taking their holy city of Amritsar, massa ...
Tamil Nadu... nataka and the fertile areas north of the Kaveri River delta in present day. By the 13th century, they governed most of present-day Karnataka, minor ...
Soviet Union... , which he called "nothing but un-American". The Beach Boys stated that the, which had invited them to perform in Leningrad in 1978, "obviously .... ...
Federation of South Arabia... toward unification proceeded from 1988. See also: Aden, Aden Protectorate,, Hadhramaut, and the People's Democratic Republic of Yeme
Russia... Fifth Republic by Charles de Gaulle, are used in France, Finland, Romania,, Sri Lanka and several post-colonial countries which have emulated the Fr ...
Han Dynasty... rom the northern Xiongnu Empire, and by Chinese influences from the eastern, who spoke a Sino-Tibetan language
Austria... us de la Fontaine und d'Harnoncourt-Unverzagt) (born 6 December 1929) is ann conductor, particularly known for his historically informed performances ...
British... f New France. In the long struggle between the French and British colonies,and colonial American troops found the Indian-style tactics (i.e., Guerril ...
Saudi Arabia... s CDs/DVDs of various Western musical groups, television shows and film. In, religious police actively prevent the practice or proselytizing of non-I ...
Samoa... etween 3000 BC and AD 1300. The area was not isolated; invaders from Tonga,, and Fiji later introduced Polynesian and Melanesian cultural aspects, re ...
EnglishTottenham Hotspur Football Club (, ), commonly referred to as Spurs, is anfootball club based in Tottenham, London, that plays in the Premier League ...
Northern Ireland... rry" in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania was named after the city Derry in, because the area’s first non-Indian inhabitants were Scotch-Irish
Iraq... g into power of the Islamic republic of Iran, the Ba'athist dictatorship in, and the present-day unrest in Iraq pushed Assyrians on the roads of exil ...
North Korea... h lines to China through Mongolia and Manchuria, with service continuing to
India... phobic fears was 29%. In comparison, Japan had 58% high-level technophobes,had 82%, and had 53%
Qatar... ver, relations between Bahrain and two other Persian Gulf states – Iran and– were less than amicable. The government of Bahrain has made a concerted ...
Empire... d that Urban's pontificate was during a peaceful time for Christians in theas Severus did not promote the persecution of Christianity
Egypt... s an indeterminate number of people in Algeria, Tunisia, Mauritania, Libya,and Turkey. However, the call went unheeded by the central Spanish authori ...
MalaysiaIn, pedestrian-pulled rickshaws were gradually replaced by cycle rickshaws ( ...
Samoa... , India and Sri Lanka, the Moluccas and New Guinea through to Melanesia and
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Belize... ently with the anti-whaling bloc, was asked specifically to join by the US., a country previously accused of having their vote bought and paid for by ...
People's Republic of ChinaReaction to the withdrawal by both the Russian Federation and thewas much milder than many had predicted, following months of discussion wi ...
Croatia... spus, by Minervina, seized and put to death by "cold poison" at Pola (Pula,). In July, Constantine had his wife, the Empress Fausta, killed at the be ...
CanadianMilitary service has been part oflife since the 17th century in New France, where colonists were required t ...
France, Comoros' major trading partner, finances small projects only. The United ...
Portugal... lation was estimated at 1 million people, nearly equal to the population ofat the time. They were divided into tribes, each tribe numbering from 300 ...
Somalia... urity Operations, combating piracy in the Persian Gulf and off the coast of
Romania... ng of the Fifth Republic by Charles de Gaulle, are used in France, Finland,, Russia, Sri Lanka and several post-colonial countries which have emulate ...
French... Victor Fialin, duc de Persigny (January 11, 1808 – January 12, 1872) was aof the Second French Empire
South Africa... tment are: Australia, Cyprus, Kenya, Latvia, Nigeria, Poland, Portugal, and
EnglandFounded in Cleator, Cumbria,in 1938 by Jaques Spreiregen, Kangol (the K from silk, the ANG from angora ...
ZambiaThe kwacha (ISO 4217 code: ZMK) is the currency of. It is subdivided into 100 ngwee
Ukraine... an Federation, Australia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan. Upon the results of 2011,became world's sixth wheat exporter as well.The largest importers of wheat ...
Confederate... fought on June 30, 1863. Union cavalry under Judson Kilpatrick encounteredcavalry under J.E.B. Stuart and a sharp fight ensued in the town and in fa ...
Iran... the Civil War in Lebanon, the coming into power of the Islamic republic of, the Ba'athist dictatorship in Iraq, and the present-day unrest in Iraq p ...
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Kingdom of Jerusalem... First Crusade. Until 1153, the Fatimids were able to launch raids into thefrom Ashkelon, which meant that the southern border of the Crusader States ...
Russia... as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria,, Greece and Cyprus, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Iran, Lebanon, Macedonia, Albani ...
Libya... well as an indeterminate number of people in Algeria, Tunisia, Mauritania,, Egypt and Turkey. However, the call went unheeded by the central Spanish ...
Aden ProtectorateEfforts toward unification proceeded from 1988. See also: Aden,, Federation of South Arabia, Hadhramaut, and the People's Democratic Repu ...
Mexico... Texas, and eastern Oklahoma. It also occurs locally in central and southern. Optimum development is made on lower slopes and terraces in the Southeas ...
Iran... ast, however, relations between Bahrain and two other Persian Gulf states –and Qatar – were less than amicable. The government of Bahrain has made a ...
Sri Lanka... Leonardo Boff was suspended and others were censured. Tissa Balasuriya, in, was excommunicated. Sebastian Kappen, an Indian theologian, was also cen ...
Portugal... type of recruitment are: Australia, Cyprus, Kenya, Latvia, Nigeria, Poland,, and South Africa
Austria-HungaryLamarr was born Hedwig Eva Maria Kiesler in Vienna,, the only child of assimilated Jewish parents. Her mother, Gertrud (née L ...
Sri Lanka... epublic by Charles de Gaulle, are used in France, Finland, Romania, Russia,and several post-colonial countries which have emulated the French model
Uruguay... different places of Argentina, as well as international artist from Brazil,, Chile, Peru and the United States
India... r and Reunion Island, the Arabian Peninsula, Central and southwestern Asia,and Sri Lanka, the Moluccas and New Guinea through to Melanesia and Samoa
LibyaIn March 1967 Orton and Halliwell had intended another extended holiday in, but they returned home after one day because the only hotel accommodatio ...
Kuwait... g the coastal areas in the region of Makran (Chabahar, Gwadar), Gulf (Oman,, Bahrain) and Arabian Sea (Karachi and other parts of Sindh) and tribes i ...
Canada... States; and at Cape Blomidon, Nova Scotia and Mont Saint-Hilaire, Quebec in; and in Iceland
GermanyOverijssel is bordered byto the east, the Achterhoek region of Gelderland to the south, the Veluwe ...
Bulgaria... tries such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro,, Russia, Greece and Cyprus, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Iran, Lebanon, Macedonia ...
Hong KongChallenger reachedin December 1874, at which point Nares and Aldrich left the ship to take p ...
Iceland... Cape Blomidon, Nova Scotia and Mont Saint-Hilaire, Quebec in Canada; and in
Uganda... ed; others stayed in the lands which had been family homes for generations.expelled 80,000 South Asians in 1972 and took over their businesses and pr ...
Poland... se singles charted in the US. Another single, "Nirvana", was issued only in. The album version of "Rain", as well as the remix "(Here Comes the) Rain ...
Mozambique... Mexico, Federated States of Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco,, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Niger ...
Falkland Islands... ith a vapor compression system to bring 30,000 carcasses of mutton from thein 1886
United KingdomThe term count palatine was not used in the. Just as Count always remained reserved for continental territories, even ...
Saudi Arabia... ng Arafat. Arafat originally attempted to obtain a visa to Canada and later, but was unsuccessful in both attempts. In 1957, he applied for a visa to ...
Soviet Union... more saw statehood as an obstacle to effective defense of Alaska should theseek to invade it. Eisenhower was especially worried about the sparsely po ...
GermanyPope Stephen VIII, a native of, was pope from about 14 July 939 until his death towards the end of Octob ...
India... in, Britain, Germany etc.), and far away lands (North America, Middle East,etc.)
Chile... places of Argentina, as well as international artist from Brazil, Uruguay,, Peru and the United States
Denmark... sachusetts, Yellowstone National Park, Great Britain, Canada, Michigan, and
British... ntury. The Robin has also appeared on many Christmas postage stamps. An oldfolk tale seeks to explain the Robin's distinctive breast. Legend has it t ...
Sri Lanka... ion Island, the Arabian Peninsula, Central and southwestern Asia, India and, the Moluccas and New Guinea through to Melanesia and Samoa
PakistanIn the Punjab region of India and, as well as North China, irrigation has been a major contributor to incre ...
Germany... aul (Lutetia, Corsica etc.), neighbouring nations (Belgium, Spain, Britain,etc.), and far away lands (North America, Middle East, India etc.)
Montenegro... ons, in countries such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Romania, Serbia,, Bulgaria, Russia, Greece and Cyprus, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Iran, Lebanon, ...
Cuba... years. Frozen blocks loaded onto Hallowell's schooners travelled as far asand the West Indies. Other local products exported via the Kennebec (and, ...
Bulgaria... ed after the expulsion from Spain, as well as to Italy, Serbia, Romania and, and to Vienna and Timișoara, continued to the middle of the 18th century
Poland... or this type of recruitment are: Australia, Cyprus, Kenya, Latvia, Nigeria,, Portugal, and South Africa
Kazakhstan... re a mountain range in East-Central Asia, where Russia, China, Mongolia andcome together, and where the rivers Irtysh and Ob have their sources. The ...
Low Countries... According to another source, on 6 December every sailor or ex-sailor of the(which at that time was virtually all of the male population) would descen ...
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Canada... ont, some areas of Massachusetts, Yellowstone National Park, Great Britain,, Michigan, and Denmark
Brazil... ds from different places of Argentina, as well as international artist from, Uruguay, Chile, Peru and the United States
LotharingiaNext to the Dukes of, Bavaria, Swabia and Saxony, who had become dangerously powerful feudal p ...
FranceThe larger Middle Pleistocene Golden Eagles of(and possibly elsewhere) are referred to a paleosubspecies Aquila chrysaet ...
Marathas... ngzeb, who died in 1707; In 1751-52, Ahamdiya treaty was signed between theand Mughals, when Balaji Bajirao was the Peshwa. Through this treaty, the ...
Oman... took a less interventionist stance toward both North Yemen and neighbouring. On January 13, 1986, a violent struggle, known as South Yemen Civil War ...
Denmark... from receiving the Order of the Elephant in person from King Christian X of. Eisenhower was convinced in 1946 that the Soviet Union did not want war ...
Spain... r of Bologna and as archbishop of Rossano, and was for many years nuncio to; his election to the papacy was largely backed by the Spanish faction
Iran... rbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Russia, Greece and Cyprus, Egypt, Iraq, Israel,, Lebanon, Macedonia, Albania, Syria, Central Asia, southern India, the Ca ...
Fiji... nds. They were administered by the Western Pacific High Commission based in. Together they became the crown colony of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands ...
IndiaIn, the Anglo-Indian community is well known for enjoying and performing cou ...
Morocco... uritius, Mexico, Federated States of Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia,, Mozambique, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, ...
GreeceAegean civilization is a general term for the Bronze Age civilizations ofaround the Aegean Sea. There are three distinct but communicating and inte ...
Romania... es had settled after the expulsion from Spain, as well as to Italy, Serbia,and Bulgaria, and to Vienna and Timișoara, continued to the middle of the ...
India... e National Academy of Sciences) plus science academies of Brazil, China and(three of the largest emitters of greenhouse gases in the developing world ...
Indonesia... gentina, Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, China, Ecuador, Egypt, France, India,, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jerusalem, Kenya, Kuwait, Nepal, Poland, Saudi Arabi ...
Bangladesh... ar in 1971 resulted in the secession of East Pakistan as the new country of
IndiaIn the Punjab region ofand Pakistan, as well as North China, irrigation has been a major contribu ...
PolandDuring World War II, whenwas under Nazi German occupation, the German authorities confiscated most ...
Madagascar... ean, southeastern Europe and Asia Minor, Northern, Central and East Africa,and Reunion Island, the Arabian Peninsula, Central and southwestern Asia, ...
Belgium... eries include parts of Gaul (Lutetia, Corsica etc.), neighbouring nations (, Spain, Britain, Germany etc.), and far away lands (North America, Middle ...
French IndochinaAfter the 1954 Geneva agreements,ceased to exist and by 1956 all French Union troops had withdrawn from Vie ...
BelgianBrakel is a municipality in theprovince of East Flanders in the Denderstreek and the Flemish Ardennes. Th ...
Italy... orded the music video "Macumba". She worked in telenovelas in Argentina and
Ukraine... th Dakota companies and Dickinson State University on a trip to Kazakhstan,and Russia . North Dakota exports mostly machinery to Kazakhstan, the eigh ...
Kingdom of Jerusalem... of Jaffa and Ascalon, which became one of the four major seigneuries of the
RussiaOn December 13, 2001, George W. Bush gavenotice of the United States' withdrawal from the treaty, in accordance wit ...
India... city in 2011, and is sited at their Whitley Plant. However Tata Motors fromowns Jaguar now
Roman RepublicAccording to tradition and later writers such as Livy, thewas established around 509 BC, when the last of the seven kings of Rome, T ...
Russia... ame from this compound, which was first discovered in the Ural mountains ofby Gustav Rose in 1839 and is named after Russian mineralogist L. A. Perov ...
BelgianMaarkedal is a municipality located in theprovince of East Flanders. The municipality comprises the towns of Etikhov ...
Palau... oping nation in the Pacific never to have been a member of the Group of 77.(which withdrew from membership in 2004) is the only other Pacific develop ...
Iran... stralia, Brazil, Cambodia, China, Ecuador, Egypt, France, India, Indonesia,, Italy, Japan, Jerusalem, Kenya, Kuwait, Nepal, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Tan ...
France... ent that police have these functions varies among countries, with police in, Germany, and other continental European countries handling such tasks to ...
Lebanon... Montenegro, Bulgaria, Russia, Greece and Cyprus, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Iran,, Macedonia, Albania, Syria, Central Asia, southern India, the Caucasus re ...
Spain... clude parts of Gaul (Lutetia, Corsica etc.), neighbouring nations (Belgium,, Britain, Germany etc.), and far away lands (North America, Middle East, ...
Cambodia... pa, but a chunkier, more aromatic version known as padaek is also used. In, it is known as teuk trei (ទឹកត្រី), of which there are a variety of sauc ...
Ukraine... Galicia (1st Ukrainian) formed from volunteers from Galicia in the western. The 15th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS (1st Latvian) was created i ...
Croatia... ei Jidai. It is said Miyazaki based the scenery on Rijeka, former Fiume, in
KenyaFrance 59%, South Africa 15%,6% (1997
Montserrat... an tobacco plantations. Most of these forced migrants ended up in Barbados,or Jamaica (Tom McDermot was an Irish campaigner there against colonialism ...
Kuwait... rmed by the northern and southern heads of state during a summit meeting inin March 1979
Egypt... ns in 23 countries: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, China, Ecuador,, France, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jerusalem, Kenya, Kuwait, ...
ItalyThe Games were held in Rome,from September 18 to 25, 1960, with the 1960 Summer Olympics. The only dis ...
Brazil... ions (including the National Academy of Sciences) plus science academies of, China and India (three of the largest emitters of greenhouse gases in th ...
South AfricaFrance 59%,15%, Kenya 6% (1997
Serbia... h refugees had settled after the expulsion from Spain, as well as to Italy,, Romania and Bulgaria, and to Vienna and Timișoara, continued to the midd ...
Israel... ania, Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Russia, Greece and Cyprus, Egypt, Iraq,, Iran, Lebanon, Macedonia, Albania, Syria, Central Asia, southern India, ...
Iran... the wider Muslim world. He was assassinated in 1981. Political tensions inexploded with the Iranian Revolution which overthrew the Pahlavi dynasty a ...
Democratic Republic of AfghanistanHaving ascertained that an uprising against thewould be backed by the people, Massoud made his way to the Panjshir and st ...
Ukrainian Soviet Socialist RepublicAccording to Ukrainian law, anyone who was a citizen of thewho was residing in Ukraine at the time of its declaration of independence ...
Brazil... , patrol personnel are also known as "general duties" officers. Atypically,'s preventive police are known as Military Police
Rwanda... 1972 and took over their businesses and properties. The 1990s Civil war inbetween rival ethnic groups Hutu and Tutsi turned deadly and produced a ma ...
England... t Indies. After seven weeks at sea, a storm forced the fleet back to Poole,. The 33rd was given time to convalesce and a few months later, Whitehall ...
France... 3 countries: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, China, Ecuador, Egypt,, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jerusalem, Kenya, Kuwait, Nepal, P ...
Han DynastyJia Peilan is credited in passing outcourt customs of Double Ninth Festival to commoners
The Gambia... e's sorghum couscous (called "Chereh" in Serer) particularly in Senegal and. Jolof rice originally from the Kingdom of Jolof (now part of modern day ...
Assyria... portant role in the development of the Silk Road. Scythians accompanied then Esarhaddon on his invasion of Egypt, and their distinctive triangular ar ...
local Islamic emirate... Basil I, who sent him ships to assist in the capture of Bari, capital of a, which succumbed in 871
India... ies: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, China, Ecuador, Egypt, France,, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jerusalem, Kenya, Kuwait, Nepal, Poland, ...
Finland... e beginning of the Fifth Republic by Charles de Gaulle, are used in France,, Romania, Russia, Sri Lanka and several post-colonial countries which hav ...
Sweden... 1758) The type locality was given simply as "Europa"; it was later fixed to. It was moved to the new genus Aquila by French ornithologist Mathurin Ja ...
Transylvania... yet later pupils, such as Winfried Zillig, the Catalan Roberto Gerhard, then Norbert von Hannenheim and the Greek Nikos Skalkottas, are sometimes cov ...
Cambodia... was filmed at 152 locations in 23 countries: Argentina, Australia, Brazil,, China, Ecuador, Egypt, France, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jer ...
Cambodia... t and by 1956 all French Union troops had withdrawn from Vietnam, Laos, and. In 1955, by the order of Prime Minister Diem, the VNA crushed the armed ...
NormandyIn contrast to the intense Scandinavian influence inand the British Isles, Varangian culture did not survive to a great extent ...
GermanyDüren is a Kreis (district) in the west of North Rhine-Westphalia,. Neighboring districts are Heinsberg, Neuss, Rhein-Erft-Kreis, Euskirchen ...
Denmark... was 101 kg per capita, with the highest consumption (623 kg per capita) in, but most of this (81%) was for animal feed. Wheat is the primary food st ...
GermanyFrance 43%, United States 43%,7% (1997
Canada... ea of any county in the province, is located in northeastern New Brunswick,
FrenchPort Louis was already in use as a harbor in 1638. In 1735, undergovernment, it became the administrative center of Mauritius and a major r ...
Armenia... ties with Azerbaijan is summarized by the slogan "One people, two states".supports ethnic Armenians in the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan in ...
FrenchIn several earlyworks such as Chrétien de Troyes' Perceval, the Story of the Grail and the ...
Albania... rge Kastrioti, were also interred in the Church of Saint Nicholas in Lezha,, upon his death
Iraq... a, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Russia, Greece and Cyprus, Egypt,, Israel, Iran, Lebanon, Macedonia, Albania, Syria, Central Asia, southern ...
FranceImports - partners:59%, South Africa 15%, Kenya 6% (1997
Prussia... istricts of Jülich and Düren. Both districts date back to 1816 when the newn province Rhineland was created. Before the Napoleonic Wars all of the ar ...
restoration of the empire... ) to the presidency. With Morny and the marshal Saint Arnaud he plotted the, and was a devoted adherent of Napoleon III. He succeeded Morny as Minist ...
Philippines... Latin America, Spain, Croatia, Italy, France, Israel, Russia, China and the. The success of this story brought her new found fame with her single, "A ...
Indonesia... t populous country in the world and has the largest Muslim population after. It is an ethnically and linguistically diverse country, with a similar v ...
Moroccan... n and about 4 million of Maghrebi origin (20% of Algerian origin and 15% ofor Tunisian origin). Immigrants aged 18–50 count for 2.7 millions (10% of ...
IndonesiaThen semi-solid fish paste terasi, the Cambodian prahok and the Malay ferment ...
Ecuador... 2 locations in 23 countries: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, China,, Egypt, France, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Jerusalem, Kenya, K ...
Russia... e as the main mobile office of the Tsar and his staff for travelling across
Israel... powerful collective influence within the IWC. One of the new 2006 members,, currently receives more than 3 billion dollars a year in aid from the Un ...
People's Republic of China... he only legal party. The PDRY established close ties with the Soviet Union,, Cuba, and radical Palestinians
Vietnam... hina ceased to exist and by 1956 all French Union troops had withdrawn from, Laos, and Cambodia. In 1955, by the order of Prime Minister Diem, the VN ...
Fiji... BC and AD 1300. The area was not isolated; invaders from Tonga, Samoa, andlater introduced Polynesian and Melanesian cultural aspects, respectively. ...
Western Roman Empire... 382), the battle is often considered the start of the final collapse of thein the 5th century. Adrianople actually was fought between the Goths and t ...
Croatia... Rocío Banquells. This telenovela became a success in Latin America, Spain,, Italy, France, Israel, Russia, China and the Philippines. The success of ...
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Cyprus... egovina, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Russia, Greece and, Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Iran, Lebanon, Macedonia, Albania, Syria, Central A ...
Soviet Union... le, contains the embalmed body of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, the founder of the. Nearby to the south is the elaborate brightly-domed Saint Basil's Cathed ...
Germany... police have these functions varies among countries, with police in France,, and other continental European countries handling such tasks to a greate ...
Soviet Union... which became the only legal party. The PDRY established close ties with the, People's Republic of China, Cuba, and radical Palestinians
Tonga... ril 21 and 24, 1616, they were the first Westerners to visit the (Northern)islands: "Cocos Island" (Tafahi), "Traitors Island" (Niuatoputapu), and "I ...
Second Spanish Republic... lections of April 12, 1931, which preceded the April 14 proclamation of the. The Catalan Generalitat was revived, and a September 1932 statute of aut ...
Kyrgyzstan... mption was 67 kg, with the highest per capita consumption (239 kg) found in. In 1997, global wheat consumption was 101 kg per capita, with the highes ...
FranceExports - partners:43%, United States 43%, Germany 7% (1997
Egypt... y strength, diplomatic expertise and a strategic geographical position giveextensive political influence in the Middle East, Africa, and within the N ...
Japan... f the Trans-Siberian Railway during his stop at Vladivostok, after visitingat the end of his journey around the world. Nicholas II made notes in his ...
Kenya... who had become the victims of the Africanization drive in newly independentand wished to move to Britain. The act required "substantial connection" t ...
Cuba... Y established close ties with the Soviet Union, People's Republic of China,, and radical Palestinians
Laos... ed to exist and by 1956 all French Union troops had withdrawn from Vietnam,, and Cambodia. In 1955, by the order of Prime Minister Diem, the VNA crus ...
Russia... a became a success in Latin America, Spain, Croatia, Italy, France, Israel,, China and the Philippines. The success of this story brought her new fou ...
Mali... bia), is enjoyed throughout West Africa and in the Western World; Mafé from(Note: Mafé or Maafe is a Wolof word for it, the proper name is "Domodah" ...
Philippines... spent several months there, before being sent on a brief expedition to the, where he established a list of new hygiene precautions for his men to de ...
Brazil... he movie was filmed at 152 locations in 23 countries: Argentina, Australia,, Cambodia, China, Ecuador, Egypt, France, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, ...
France... ed at the beginning of the Fifth Republic by Charles de Gaulle, are used in, Finland, Romania, Russia, Sri Lanka and several post-colonial countries ...
Mongolia... itania, Mauritius, Mexico, Federated States of Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco,, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand, Ni ...
Egypt... Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Russia, Greece and Cyprus,, Iraq, Israel, Iran, Lebanon, Macedonia, Albania, Syria, Central Asia, so ...
Brazil... mbói, which figures in the etymology of names like jibóia and boitatá (theian name for the mythical Giant anaconda)
Roman Republic... uintus Ennius (c. 239 BC – c. 169 BC) was a writer during the period of the, and is often considered the father of Roman poetry. He was of Calabrian ...
Britain... 03, a statement released to various newspapers and signed by the leaders of, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Hungary, Poland, Denmark and the Czech Republic ...
Lithuania... anor in a town called Giełgudyszki (now Gelgaudiškis in Marijampolė County,). In his autobiography, Gielgud states repeatedly and clearly that his fa ...
Kazakh Khanate... a-Khanid Khanate, Great Seljuk Empire, Mongol Empire, Golden Horde, and the. Uighur tribes started to settle in the most east of Turkestan from the 8 ...
MaldivesTheis a nation consisting of 26 natural atolls, comprising 1192 island
ConfederateSet during the American Civil War, the episode opens with twosoldiers. They have been assigned to scout on the Union army that is march ...
Algeria... in Guinea. There are also plans for a trans-Saharan road linking Mali with. In general, road conditions outside of urban areas are hazardous, especi ...
Namibia... urces for gem material are Brazil and the U.S.. Australia, France, Germany,, Norway, and Spain have also produced gem quality amblygonite
CanadianFlorence Lawrence (January 2, 1886 – December 28, 1938) was ainventor and silent film actress. She is often referred to as "The First M ...
Ecuador... America, and in the 17th century about 500,000, predominantly to Mexico and
AustriaHe is one of the most successfuln musicians (having sold ~15 million copies), next to Udo Jürgens (~100 mi ...
Soviet Union... Poles who had been expelled from territories in eastern Poland ceded to the
Czech Republic... ers. Mali and Mongolia voted with other pro-whaling countries. Austria, the, Hungary, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Switzerland and San Marino voted with oth ...
Iran... re) was a Pashtun dynasty centered in Afghanistan and included northeastern, the Kashmir region, the modern state of Pakistan, and northwestern India ...
Iran... rthrow the secular state and establish an Islamic regime similar to that in. The constitution ratified in December 1992 reaffirmed that Uzbekistan is ...
Dutch... ishing, and farming by Native Americans. At the time of colonization by theit belonged to the matrilineal Lenape tribes, but British colonists did th ...
Germany... e main sources for gem material are Brazil and the U.S.. Australia, France,, Namibia, Norway, and Spain have also produced gem quality amblygonite
AngolaThe UNCCD has 194 country Parties: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Andorra,, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, ...
Saint Helena... S), which was set up in May 1975. The UN region also includes the island of, a British overseas territory in the South Atlantic Ocean
Japanese rule of Taiwan... traveling abroad, and became an avid stamp collector. Growing up during the, he developed a strong affinity for Japan. His father was a middle-level ...
Sweden... olin accepted Protestantism Lutheranism. In 1630 the island was captured by. Later Pomerania became part of the Prussian (at that time Brandenburgian ...
BahrainPolitics oftakes place since 2002 in a framework of a constitutional monarchy where t ...
Mexico... igrated to America, and in the 17th century about 500,000, predominantly toand Ecuador
South Africa... ntana, widely distributed throughout Europe. There are about 150 species in
Afghanistan... (, also referred to as the Afghan Empire) was a Pashtun dynasty centered inand included northeastern Iran, the Kashmir region, the modern state of Pa ...
Sikkim"Jhakri" is the common name used for shamans in, India. They exist in the Limbu, Sunuwar, Rai, Sherpa, Kami, Tamang, Guru ...
France... poor. The main sources for gem material are Brazil and the U.S.. Australia,, Germany, Namibia, Norway, and Spain have also produced gem quality ambly ...
Puerto Rico... o the United States. The U.S. took occupation of Cuba, the Philippines, and. The latter possession now officially continues as a self-governing uninc ...
United Arab Emirates... cant budgetary support and project grants from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the
Guatemala... oard of the Smithsonian Institution to send a team to excavate for ruins in, Marshall suggested that the team instead excavate around Washington. Whe ...
MauritaniaThis article is about the demographic features of the population of, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the ...
Austria... cked IWC members. Mali and Mongolia voted with other pro-whaling countries., the Czech Republic, Hungary, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Switzerland and San M ...
India"Jhakri" is the common name used for shamans in Sikkim,. They exist in the Limbu, Sunuwar, Rai, Sherpa, Kami, Tamang, Gurung and ...
Marshall IslandsThe people of theare of Micronesian origin, which is traced to a combination of peoples who ...
Kuwait... eceived significant budgetary support and project grants from Saudi Arabia,and the United Arab Emirates
Philippines... ership transfer to the United States. The U.S. took occupation of Cuba, the, and Puerto Rico. The latter possession now officially continues as a sel ...
Duchy of Warsaw... azurka - was written in praise of his actions by Józef Wybicki in 1797. The, a small, semi-independent Polish state, was created in 1807 by Napoleon ...
BritishIf... is a sharp and cynical satirisation ofpolitics and current affairs from a left wing perspective. It's named afte ...
principality of the Morea... ch lordships throughout Greece — in particular, the duchy of Athens and the— provided cultural contacts with western Europe and promoted the study of ...
Assyria... nd this time. Akkadian continued to flourish, splitting into Babylonian andn dialects
Afghanistan... hhi, Atta, Jarrah, and bin al-Shibh traveled to terrorist training camps inand met with Osama bin Laden who recruited the four Hamburg cell members f ...
Burma... soldiers to handle artillery. Bahadur Shah was exiled to Rangoon (Yangon),(Myanmar), where he died in 1862
Burkina Faso... d in the 17th century in the area around what is now the border of Mali and. In 2010 the capital was moved to Sikasso. It resisted the effort of Samo ...
Scotland... f De Nygifte (The Newly Married) and his romantic tragedy of Mary Stuart in. In 1870 he published Poems and Songs and the epic cycle Arnljot Gelline; ...
Armenia... anistan, Albania, Algeria, Andorra, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina,, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, The Bahamas, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbad ...
Pakistan... tan and included northeastern Iran, the Kashmir region, the modern state of, and northwestern India. It was established at Kandahar in 1747 by Ahmad ...
FranceIn 1933,Rabbi Schneerson moved to Paris,. He studied mechanics and electrical engineering at the École spéciale de ...
Nigeria... s born in Aveiro. He was the first European to visit the region of Benin inand named the river located there, the Rio Fermoso. He helped to build a f ...
Mongolia... ndlocked countries. Currently, there are 8 landlocked IWC members. Mali andvoted with other pro-whaling countries. Austria, the Czech Republic, Hunga ...
DanishAnders Hejlsberg (born December 1960) is a prominentsoftware engineer who co-designed several popular and commercially success ...
Egypt... taries, represented for example, in the XVIIIth Dynasty tomb of Rekhmara atian Thebes as bearing vases of peculiar forms, were of some Mediterranean ...
MexicoThe population of the Native Amerindian population indeclined by an estimated 90% (reduced to 1 - 2.5 million people) by the ea ...
France... alherbe near Maidstone, Kent where they kept several cats, before moving toin January 2003. They sold the property to Vic Reeves, shortly after Baker ...
Saudi Arabia... has at times received significant budgetary support and project grants from, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates
Kingdom of Tungning... xinga captured the Dutch fortress Zeelandia and Taiwan became his base (see). Concurrently the last Ming pretender had been captured and killed by Ge ...
MayotteThis article is about the demographic features of the population of, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the ...
Spain... l are Brazil and the U.S.. Australia, France, Germany, Namibia, Norway, andhave also produced gem quality amblygonite
Germany... humanity during World War II (1939–1945). After 1945, the SS was banned in, along with the Nazi Party, as a criminal organization
Azores... to fight the rematch, his Air France Lockheed Constellation crashed in the, killing everyone on board
MauritaniaThe military forces ofare listed by the IISS Military Balance 2007 as comprising 15,870 personne ...
Kara-Khanid Khanate... ce are chronologically, the Xiongnu tribes, Uighur Empire, Turkic Kaganate,, Great Seljuk Empire, Mongol Empire, Golden Horde, and the Kazakh Khanate ...
Poland... rope. The Statistisches Bundesamt estimates the loss of life at 2.1 millionand Soviet Ukraine conducted population exchanges – Poles that resided eas ...
Dutch... ique factors: the rapids and portages along the Fox River and the coming of-Catholic settlers in 1848. Prior to and during the early European settlem ...
IndiaMauritius has strong and friendly relations with the West, as well as withand the countries of southern and eastern Africa. It is a member of the Wo ...
Dominican Republic... point. Emigration was extremely high, particularly to St. Thomas and to the. Both concern and assistance from Britain was in very short supply, not l ...
BahrainTransport in
Bulgarian Empire... icaea, the Empire received great pressure from the Seljuk Sultanate and the. The Greek states were fighting for supremacy against both Latins and eac ...
Benin... Afonso was born in Aveiro. He was the first European to visit the region ofin Nigeria and named the river located there, the Rio Fermoso. He helped t ...
AustriaDJ Ötzi is the stage name of Gerhard Friedle (born 7 January 1971), ann entertainer and singer. Successful mainly in German-speaking countries, ...
Mauritiushas strong and friendly relations with the West, as well as with India and ...
IndiaIn 1947, whengained independence from the British rule, Thrissur was under Kingdom of C ...
Israel... nst the Roman Empire in 132 CE, establishing an independent Jewish state ofwhich he ruled for three years as Nasi ("Ruler"). His state was conquered ...
Sri Lanka... he major marine routes of the Indian Ocean. Maldives' nearest neighbors areand India, both of which have had cultural and economic ties with Maldives ...
Norway... gem material are Brazil and the U.S.. Australia, France, Germany, Namibia,, and Spain have also produced gem quality amblygonite
EnglandA notable exception to this terminology is inand elsewhere in Great Britain, where the head of a university has traditi ...
Turkmenistan... ey are also Uzbeks and Turkmen refugees that have moved from Uzbekistan andand settled in Pakistan. Turkey also provides scholarships to large number ...
ScotlandHe was born in Glasgow,in 1830 to "Dirty" Dingus McDuck and Molly Mallard, both working as coal m ...
Soviet... th images of the group wearing American military garb in combat, as well as-style army uniforms set against an American urban backdrop
United Arab EmiratesShehhi was a student from thewho moved to Germany in 1996 and soon became close friends with Mohamed At ...
JapanShamanism is still widely practiced in the Ryukyu Islands (Okinawa,), where shamans are known as 'Noro' (all women) and 'Yuta'. 'Noro' genera ...
Chile... ny, Denmark and Sweden) and also in South America (especially in Argentina,and Peru). To date, Erasure have sold over 25 million albums worldwide
Yugoslavia... n and Poland as well as territories of Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania and. From 1944 until 1948, between 13.5 and 16.5 million Germans were expelle ...
Venezuelais a country in South America, and part of Caribbean South America, border ...
Italy... refuge after the capture of Constantinople by the Turks. He then went on to, where he attended the lectures of Angelus Sabinus, Sulpitius Verulanus a ...
Seljuk Sultanate... ek states in Epirus and Nicaea, the Empire received great pressure from theand the Bulgarian Empire. The Greek states were fighting for supremacy aga ...
Brazil... of over 100,000 people, at the Rock in Rio festival held in Rio de Janeiro,. Galley remained a member — "he's still getting paid," said Coverdale — u ...
Mauritania... and centered in the area along the border of the modern states of Mali and. The Ghana Empire began possibly as early as the fifth century AD, and wa ...
Bulgaria... gat, an oversized Russian Apple II clone with a Cyrillic character set, andn Pravetz series 8, a close Apple II replica with Cyrillic support
Confederate States of AmericaDanville became the last capital of thewithin the space of a few days. Jefferson Davis and the temporary Capital ...
Cyprus... were found in catacombs beneath Rome and Byzantine Icons were also found in, Crete, Ephesus, Cappadocia and Antioch. Roman frescoes were done by the ...
Romania... Soviet Union and Poland as well as territories of Czechoslovakia, Hungary,and Yugoslavia. From 1944 until 1948, between 13.5 and 16.5 million German ...
Samoan Islands... ians. During the 1860s, planters in Australia, Fiji, New Caledonia, and the, in need of labourers, encouraged a long-term indentured labour trade cal ...
Luxembourg... ted with other pro-whaling countries. Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary,, Slovakia, Switzerland and San Marino voted with other anti-whaling count ...
Canada... is a feature of long established democracies such as the United Kingdom and
Spain... itic language — Arabic — the official language of an empire stretching fromto Central Asia
EnglishFlambards is a novel by theauthor K. M. Peyton
England... clyde. In 937, Amlaíb led his allies into battle against Athelstan, king of, in the Battle of Brunanburh and was decisively defeated
United Kingdom... tralian-born composer who worked for most of his professional career in the. He is mostly remembered for his film and television music
Tunisia... s the western portion of the Maghreb (Western Sahara, Morocco, Algeria, and), occupies an area in excess of 6,140,000 km 2 , or approximately one-fif ...
The Bahamas... gust 25, 2001, Aaliyah and eight others were killed in an airplane crash inafter filming the music video for the single "Rock the Boat". The pilot, L ...
MaliThe history of Mali covers events on the territory of modernfrom about the 11th century to the present
Nepal... econd climbing pair, the New Zealander Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, ai sherpa climber from Darjeeling, India. They reached the summit at 11:30 ...
Sweden... lar in their native UK and mainland Europe (especially Germany, Denmark and) and also in South America (especially in Argentina, Chile and Peru). To ...
Prussia... uture political organisation of Bavaria, which is known as the " ". In 1806ceded Ansbach and the Principality of Ansbach to Bavaria in exchange for t ...
Azerbaijan... National Assembly of Azerbaijan is the legislative branch of government in. The unicameral National Assembly has 125 deputies: previously 100 member ...
Hungary... ed by the Soviet Union and Poland as well as territories of Czechoslovakia,, Romania and Yugoslavia. From 1944 until 1948, between 13.5 and 16.5 mill ...
India... rn Iran, the Kashmir region, the modern state of Pakistan, and northwestern. It was established at Kandahar in 1747 by Ahmad Shah Durrani, an Afghan ...
Mandate Palestine... l escape from Berlin, before themselves fleeing to Paris. Leibel escaped toin 1939 with his fiancee Regina Milgram, where they later married. Despite ...
Roman Empire... r's armies and then sent back. The alpine region became integrated into theand was extensively romanized in the course of the following centuries. Th ...
Kazakhstan... scheduled to fly to the International Space Station and land in a desert in
United Kingdom... nted upper chamber is a feature of long established democracies such as theand Canada
Portuguese... Vanuatu group discovered by Spaniards was Espiritu Santo when, in 1606, theexplorer, Pedro Fernández de Quirós, spied what he thought was a southern ...
Algeria... f one includes the western portion of the Maghreb (Western Sahara, Morocco,, and Tunisia), occupies an area in excess of 6,140,000 km 2 , or approxim ...
Morocco... Africa, if one includes the western portion of the Maghreb (Western Sahara,, Algeria, and Tunisia), occupies an area in excess of 6,140,000 km 2 , or ...
VietnamThis article is about the demographic features of the population of, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the ...
British... of French subjects. By the turn of the century, the French outnumbered thetwo to one
Bolivia... ivorce, when his maternal grandfather was named honorary consul for Peru in. With his mother and her family, Vargas Llosa then moved to Cochabamba, B ...
IsraelDuring the Six-Day War betweenand several Arab nations, the United States of America maintained a neutra ...
Marshall IslandsThis article is about the demographic features of the population of the, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the ...
GermanAtrading company settled on the islands in 1885. They became part of the pr ...
Greece... he Antiquities of Athens at the time of the establishment of the Kingdom of, by his explorations in the Greek islands from 1835 onwards, called atten ...
Czechoslovakia... from areas annexed by the Soviet Union and Poland as well as territories of, Hungary, Romania and Yugoslavia. From 1944 until 1948, between 13.5 and ...
Cuba... th its ownership transfer to the United States. The U.S. took occupation of, the Philippines, and Puerto Rico. The latter possession now officially c ...
Western SaharaWest Africa, if one includes the western portion of the Maghreb (, Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia), occupies an area in excess of 6,140,000  ...
India... d protest from local people, for example when USS Nimitz docked in Chennai,, in 2007. At that time, the Strike Group commander Rear Admiral John Tere ...
Japan... and Tagawa Matsu, a Japanese woman, in 1624 in Hirado, Nagasaki Prefecture,. He was raised there until seven and moved to Quanzhou, in the Fujian pro ...
Uganda... e with special appreciation of the efforts of Janet Museveni, first lady of, for her efforts to stop the spread of AIDS through a campaign based on " ...
Tajikistan... ranicus, Issus and Gaugamela, and advance as far as modern-day Pakistan and, provided an important outlet for Greek culture, via the creation of colo ...
Hungary... ngolia voted with other pro-whaling countries. Austria, the Czech Republic,, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Switzerland and San Marino voted with other anti-w ...
Senegalconstruction of a road linking Bamako and Dakar,. The African Development Bank is funding the construction of a road linki ...
IndiaSubway restaurants indo not serve products made from beef and sell an extended vegetarian range ...
New Zealand... er lost contact with his sons until a chance meeting with Piers in a pub inallowed them to renew their relationship. In December 1980 he married Lall ...
MartiniqueCommunications in
French... d the balance in favour of French subjects. By the turn of the century, theoutnumbered the British two to one
JapanThe , New Kōmei Party, or NKP is a centre-right political party infounded by members of the Nichiren Buddhist organization Sōka Gakkai. The ...
PolandAround 972 the island became controlled by, under prince Mieszko I, however, it has not been established if Wolin be ...
Egypt... fourth year of his reign, Nebuchadnezzar unsuccessfully attempted to invadeand was repulsed with heavy losses. This failure lead to numerous rebellio ...
Austria... geria, Andorra, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Australia,, Azerbaijan, The Bahamas, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium ...
Ethiopia... were three distinct races the Caucasian (white), Mongolian (yellow) and then (black), Cuvier claimed Adam and Eve were Caucasian and that was the ori ...
Poland... o Germany. Germans were expelled from areas annexed by the Soviet Union andas well as territories of Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania and Yugoslavia. ...
United Kingdom... led analyses of television broadcasts (and later newspaper coverage) in the. (Eldridge, 2000). Published between 1976 and 1985, the Bad News Studies ...
Confederacy... rginia was one of the 13 Colonies in the American Revolution and joined thein the American Civil War, during which Richmond was made the Confederate ...
MaltaThe transportation system inis small but extensive, and the islands' domestic system of public transpo ...
Colombia... America, bordering the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, betweenand Guyana. It is situated on major sea and air routes linking North and S ...
United KingdomIn 1956, a bilateral agreement gaveaccess to Gan in Addu Atoll in the far south, to establish an air facility ...
Senegal... xpanded throughout southeastern Mauritania, southwestern Mali, and northern
Pakistan... tles of the Granicus, Issus and Gaugamela, and advance as far as modern-dayand Tajikistan, provided an important outlet for Greek culture, via the cr ...
Martiniqueis both an overseas region and overseas department of France, with the sam ...
Assyria... , that would have global ramifications. However, as an ironic result of then Empire's conquests, Aramaic became the lingua franca of the Fertile Cres ...
BulgariaAurelian was born in Serdica (today Sofia in) in Moesia or what was later called Dacia Ripensis to an obscure provinci ...
New Zealand... uckets of fresh water per day (40 litres). The governments of Australia andhave responded to the fresh-water crisis by supplying temporary desalinati ...
Transnistria... e of Moldova's military was temporarily expanded to meet the demands of then conflict. In early 1995, the armed forces totaled some 11,000 volunteers ...
Soviet Union... ly been the subject of controversy. It was portrayed more critically in the(which saw the Underground State as an enemy) and some post-Soviet states ...
Spain... area came under European domination quite early. In the early 17th Centurycolonized Guam, the Northern Marianas, and the Caroline Islands (what woul ...
Netherlands... ls based on the Sudbury Model in the United States, Denmark, Israel, Japan,, Belgium and Germany. The model has two basic tenets: educational freedom ...
People's Republic of China... odern forms are the simplified characters developed during the 1950s by theand the so-called traditional characters employed by the Republic of China ...
France... s include Australia, the United Kingdom, People's Republic of China, Egypt,, India, Madagascar, Pakistan, Russia, and the United States
FranceFontainebleau is a commune in the metropolitan area of Paris,. It is located south-southeast of the centre of Paris. Fontainebleau is a ...
Italy... t is sometimes also called in Italian, is located on the southwest coast of, about south/southeast of Rome, near San Felice Circeo, on the coast betw ...
Canada... . Modest numbers of Algerian students study abroad, primarily in Europe and. In 2000, the government launched a major review of the country's educati ...
Grand Duchy of Posen... tion. There was a Prussian partition, with a portion of it separated as the, and an Austrian partition. The newly created Republic of Kraków was a ti ...
Malaysia... adas. They are known to have been eaten in Ancient Greece as well as China,, Burma, Latin America, and the Congo. Female cicadas are prized for being ...
RomaniaIn September 1940 with the return of Southern Dobruja (the Cadrilater) byto Bulgaria under the Treaty of Craiova, 80,000 Romanians were compelled t ...
Japan... to be made from kurobuta (black pig) from Kagoshima Prefecture in southern
Bulgaria... ber 1940 with the return of Southern Dobruja (the Cadrilater) by Romania tounder the Treaty of Craiova, 80,000 Romanians were compelled to move north ...
Republic of China... Republic of China and the so-called traditional characters employed by the, Hong Kong, and much of the Chinese diaspora. For example, a person who w ...
Vietnam... the F-105 Thunderchief in combat against Soviet-designed MiG fighters over. It was installed in the Air Force's A-7D version of the A-7 Corsair II w ...
Guam... European domination quite early. In the early 17th Century Spain colonized, the Northern Marianas, and the Caroline Islands (what would later become ...
India... e Australia, the United Kingdom, People's Republic of China, Egypt, France,, Madagascar, Pakistan, Russia, and the United States
Canadahas an extremely rich comedy history with many exports making waves on the ...
Egypt... rt form within the society of the times. The most common form of fresco wasian wall paintings in tombs, usually using the à secco technique
SwedenThe subsequent album Mazarin (2003), was very successful in, going five times platinum in 2004. This was his first album involving si ...
Netherlands... -speaking world include Triodos Bank, founded in 1980 and active in the UK,and Spain, La Nef in France and in San Francisco
The Bahamas... a, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan,, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, ...
Russia... a Petrovna ( – ), also known as Yelisavet and Elizabeth, was the Empress offrom 1741 until her death. She led the country to victory in the War of Au ...
India... supported from offices located in Beirut, Lebanon, Malaysia, Singapore andand the Latin America support center is in Miami, Florida
Azerbaijan... dorra, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria,, The Bahamas, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Be ...
Germany... oposophic bank was the Gemeinschaftsbank für Leihen und Schenken in Bochum,, founded in 1974. Socially responsible banks founded out of anthroposophy ...
Israel... w over 30 schools based on the Sudbury Model in the United States, Denmark,, Japan, Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. The model has two basic tenets: ...
People's Republic of China... sons. Foreign embassies in Mauritius include Australia, the United Kingdom,, Egypt, France, India, Madagascar, Pakistan, Russia, and the United State ...
Han Dynasty... name from the lucrative Chinese silk trade along it, which began during the(206 BCE – 220 CE). The central Asian sections of the trade routes were ex ...
UK... Tribes" is the second single by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, released in theby ZTT Records in May 1984 (see 1984 in music). The song was later include ...
VietnamIn, shamans conduct rituals in many of the religious traditions that co-ming ...
Egypt... g to pay tribute to him and entered into an alliance with Pharaoh Hophra of. In 589 BCE, Nebuchadnezzar II returned to Judah and again besieged Jerus ...
Morocco... rican diets. Foods such as corn and cassava from the Americas, turnips from, and cabbage from Portugal would play an important part in the history of ...
Roman Empire... successful was Christianity. While ethnic distinctions still existed in the, they became secondary to religious considerations and the renewed empire ...
Britain... present-day Port Vila) on Efate was established during this period. In 1878and France declared all of the New Hebrides to be neutral territory, but t ...
Soviet Union... uropean refugees. Outlining the plan to forcibly return the refugees to the, this codicil was kept secret from the American and British people for ov ...
Switzerland... pported religious institutions. In April 1964, while the Druk Gyalpo was infor medical care, Dorji was assassinated in Phuntsholing by an army corpor ...
Sudan... Gideon, the leader, who would be dressed as one of the hotel's distinctiveese waiters, would enter the building through a basement service entrance ...
VietnamOriginating in what is now southern China and northern, the Vietnamese people pushed southward over two millennia to occupy the ...
Japan... 0 schools based on the Sudbury Model in the United States, Denmark, Israel,, Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. The model has two basic tenets: educat ...
Lotharingia... assigned Upper Burgundy (the western part of what is today Switzerland) to, and Alemannia (the eastern part) to the eastern kingdom of Louis the Ger ...
Afghanistan... ld Slahi at the last minute to change their plans. They instead traveled toto meet with Osama bin Laden and train for terrorist attacks. Immediately ...
Roman... region was Greek in its heritage, culture, and outlook and was part of thediocese of Asia. He was the only son of wealthy Christian parents named Ep ...
Egypt... lly experienced during the reign of Saint Louis, essentially the crusade inand their stay in the Holy Land. His narrative is full of life, anecdotes ...
Bolivia... curred in the Viceroyalty of New Granada. The first two were in present dayat Sucre (May 25), and La Paz (July 16); and the third in present day Ecua ...
Roman... he Natural History of Pliny, by Pliny the Elder (Book XIX, Chapter 23), theEmperor Tiberius had the cucumber on his table daily during summer and win ...
Egypt... auritius include Australia, the United Kingdom, People's Republic of China,, France, India, Madagascar, Pakistan, Russia, and the United States
Poland... ngs are based on common operational issues, i.e., Kampinoski National Park,with Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Indiana; or the Lake Superior parks ...
Transnistria... ansnistria, Moldova had sought a peaceful resolution to the conflict in theregion by working with Romania, Ukraine, and Russia, calling for internati ...
Czechoslovakia... Tyrol) to Italy and the German-speaking areas within Bohemia and Moravia to
Syria... the Second Crusade, Nur ad-Din Zangi had control of Damascus and a unified
Pakistan... ited Kingdom, People's Republic of China, Egypt, France, India, Madagascar,, Russia, and the United States
Roman Empire... and ravage of a Roman conquest war by leaving the realm by testament to the
Bahrain... d Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, The Bahamas,, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, ...
Russia... om, People's Republic of China, Egypt, France, India, Madagascar, Pakistan,, and the United States
Burkina Faso... he 1980s. In late December 1985, however, a border dispute between Mali andover the mineral rich Agacher strip erupted into a brief war. The UDPM spr ...
Brazil... plan of establishing trading posts to extensive colonization of what is now. They imported millions of slaves to run their plantations. The Portugues ...
Venezuela... roles of the armed forces are to defend the sovereign national territory of, airspace, and islands, fight against drug trafficking, to search and res ...
Indonesia... along the course of the Apure and Orinoco rivers, are antipodal to central, specifically the islands of Bali, Lombok, Sumbawa, Madura, and most of J ...
Morocco... bad movement in France later attracted many Jewish immigrants from Algeria,, and Tunisia
Philippines... lau), creating the Spanish East Indies, which was governed from the Spanishuntil the Spanish-American War in 1898
Republic of China... t used to be common to incorporate one of the four characters of the name "" (, Zhōnghuá Mínguó) into masculine names. Periodic fad names like Aoyun ...
PortugalAveiro ( or ) is a city in Aveiro Municipality in, with a total area of 199.9 km², a total population of 78,463 inhabitants ...
Moldavia... discovery and proposed the name moldavium, along with the symbol Ml, after, the Romanian province where Hulubei was born. In 1937, Hulubei's work wa ...
Egypt... er to expand his power, Nur ad-Din set his sights on the Fatimid dynasty of. In 1163, Nur ad-Din's most trusted general, Shirkuh set out on a militar ...
Cyprus... tails of monumental evidence the articles on Crete, Mycenae, Tiryns, Troad,, etc., must be consulted. The most representative site explored up to now ...
Tunisia... in France later attracted many Jewish immigrants from Algeria, Morocco, and
Soviet Union... es with the Polish government in exile, the Armia Krajowa was viewed by theas a major obstacle to its takeover of the country. There was increasing c ...
Colombia... dence war, as well as the independence wars of five other countries, namely, Ecuador, Perú, Panamá (then part of New Granada, present day Colombia) a ...
SwissFor example, themathematician Jacob Bernoulli discovered that arises in compound interest: ...
Burma... are known to have been eaten in Ancient Greece as well as China, Malaysia,, Latin America, and the Congo. Female cicadas are prized for being meatie ...
Germany... odel in the United States, Denmark, Israel, Japan, Netherlands, Belgium and. The model has two basic tenets: educational freedom and democratic gover ...
Ecuador... livia at Sucre (May 25), and La Paz (July 16); and the third in present dayat Quito (August 10). In 1810 Mexico declared independence, with the Mexic ...
AlgeriaNinety-one percent of then population lives along the Mediterranean coast on 12% of the country's t ...
Madagascar... alia, the United Kingdom, People's Republic of China, Egypt, France, India,, Pakistan, Russia, and the United States
Italian... some of the most authentic Mediterranean architecture in the area. Originalvignettes, statues, and fountains are incorporated into Casas Adobes Plaza ...
Canada... elve of these ‘sister parks’ are in our neighbor to the south, Mexico. Bothand Mexico share common natural and historical events. Many of these siste ...
Egypt... rom the Wadi Natrun monastery2.jpg|Frescos at the Syrian Monastery, Scetes,
Belgium... he Sudbury Model in the United States, Denmark, Israel, Japan, Netherlands,and Germany. The model has two basic tenets: educational freedom and democ ...
Russia... , and Ramzi bin al-Shibh decided to travel to Chechnya to fight against thens, but were convinced by Khalid al-Masri and Mohamedou Ould Slahi at the ...
France... btuse angle between the cleavages. Later it was found at Montebras, Creuse,, and at Hebron in Maine; and because of slight differences in optical cha ...
Spain... include Triodos Bank, founded in 1980 and active in the UK, Netherlands and, La Nef in France and in San Francisco
South Africa... k, in 1895. He became a partner in Brown Shipley in 1900 before leaving for, and retired from them in 1915
Alexandria Eschate... y an important role in propagating it to China. Further east, the Greeks ofbecame known to the Chinese people as the Dayuan
Confederate... f the country's First Transcontinental Railroad. He was recruited by formerGeneral Williams Carter Wickham to become a major investor and guiding lig ...
Algeria... . The Chabad movement in France later attracted many Jewish immigrants from, Morocco, and Tunisia
Spanish East Indies... ld later become the Federated States of Micronesia and Palau), creating the, which was governed from the Spanish Philippines until the Spanish-Americ ...
Japan... ns in favor of the more advanced AIM-120 AMRAAM. The Self-Defence Forces ofalso employ the Sparrow missile, though it is being phased out and replace ...
Soviet Union... hina and Vietnam also declined in this period, with Vietnam siding with theagainst China in the Chinese-Soviet split. Tensions peaked when Vietnam in ...
United Kingdom of the Netherlands... closed by a decree of the French Republic. After Belgium was annexed by the, a State University of Louvain was founded in 1816, lasting until 1835. I ...
VanuatuThe history of Vanuatu begins obscurely. The commonly held theory of's prehistory from archaeological evidence supports that peoples speaking ...
Mali... g some landlocked countries. Currently, there are 8 landlocked IWC members.and Mongolia voted with other pro-whaling countries. Austria, the Czech Re ...
Soviet UnionAfter achieving independence from the, Moldova had established relations with other European countries. A cours ...
Indonesia... n American countries. It is also used in Russia, Pakistan, the Philippines,and Israel, all of which are strongly influenced by European traditions. I ...
Bolivia... Ecuador, Perú, Panamá (then part of New Granada, present day Colombia) and
Panama... pment was only a limited success until 1991, when the United States invadedto oust General Manuel Noriega. At the time Panama was one of the largest ...
Russian Empire... h the Kingdom of Poland, a residual Polish state in personal union with the, ruled by the Russian tsar. East of the Kingdom, large areas of the forme ...
Zhou Dynasty... umbrella is perhaps a concept that is yet centuries older than Qin's tomb.bronze castings of complex bronze socketed hinges with locking slides and ...
French... ded in 1960) after Morocco's independence from France and Spain. Before theand Spanish occupation of Morocco, which started in 1912, the country's de ...
Spain... in considerable quantity at Pala in San Diego county, California; Caceres,; and the Black Hills of South Dakota. The largest documented single cryst ...
Malaysia... enlightenment, and his departure from human world, the Wesak celebration inbegins at dawn when devotees gather at the Buddhist temples nationwide to ...
Sri Lanka... ia, beyond the Mauryas' northwest border, as well as South to the island ofand the Maldive Islands. Serious studies of the archaeological remains of ...
FinlandIn France,, Poland and especially in Germany, several volumes were translated into a ...
Bahrain... c Freedom published by the Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal,has the freest economy in the Middle East and North Africa region and is t ...
MontserratThe Economy ofwas severely disrupted by volcanic activity which began in July 1995. Prio ...
EthiopiaMeanwhile, Semitic languages were diversifying inand Eritrea, where, under heavy Cushitic influence, they split into a numb ...
Wassoulou Empire... ital was moved to Sikasso. It resisted the effort of Samori Ture, leader of, in 1887, to conquer it, and was one of the last kingdoms in the area to ...
United Kingdom... ed "The Golden Goose". He grew wealthy transporting merchandise between theand the
Austria... ayhouse 90 and Lou Grant. Brooks is Jewish; his grandparents emigrated fromand Russia. He grew up among show business royalty in southern California, ...
German... ttemberg, a hilly rather than a mountainous region, forms part of the Southtableland, also referred to as the Swiss plateau. The undulating fertile t ...
MoldovaAfter achieving independence from the Soviet Union,had established relations with other European countries. A course for Euro ...
Mexico... tionships. Twelve of these ‘sister parks’ are in our neighbor to the south,. Both Canada and Mexico share common natural and historical events. Many ...
Russia... nd Lou Grant. Brooks is Jewish; his grandparents emigrated from Austria and. He grew up among show business royalty in southern California, attending ...
Israel... ntries. It is also used in Russia, Pakistan, the Philippines, Indonesia and, all of which are strongly influenced by European traditions. In some uni ...
FrenchHowever, theand British continued to advance in the Scramble for Africa, subjugating k ...
MoldovaThen Armed Forces consist of the Ground Forces and Air and Air Defense Forces
EritreaMeanwhile, Semitic languages were diversifying in Ethiopia and, where, under heavy Cushitic influence, they split into a number of langu ...
PolandIn France, Finland,and especially in Germany, several volumes were translated into a variety ...
Iran... called for end to "nuclear double standards" where sanctions are imposed onfor enriching uranium, but the Israeli nuclear program is not subject to a ...
ItalyThe Romans called the area of Sicily and the heel of the boot ofMagna Graecia (Latin, “Great Greece”), since it was so densely inhabited b ...
Tsardom of Russia... e last peace treaty of the Great Northern War. It was concluded between theand Swedish Empire on 30 August (O.S.) / 10 September (N.S.) 1721 in the t ...
Ecuador... as well as the independence wars of five other countries, namely Colombia,, Perú, Panamá (then part of New Granada, present day Colombia) and Bolivi ...
Pakistan... is also very common in Latin American countries. It is also used in Russia,, the Philippines, Indonesia and Israel, all of which are strongly influen ...
Israel... ces in various Allied nations, post-war West and East Germany, Austria, and
Sierra Leone... larly to United Nations peacekeeping missions, most recently in East Timor,, and Liberia. Following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the U ...
PakistanIt is also used byand Spain
Andorra... s Sicília. This role carries with it the position of joint head of state of
MonacoThe following are some data about telecommunications in
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Afghanistan... of the Mauryan emperor Aśoka the Great, when it extended to the regions ofand Central Asia, beyond the Mauryas' northwest border, as well as South t ...
Georgia... ibuted to the founding of GUAM, a regional cooperation agreement made up of, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova. Although the agreement initially includ ...
Liberia... tions peacekeeping missions, most recently in East Timor, Sierra Leone, and. Following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, ...
SpainIt is also used by Pakistan and
Western Roman Empire... time, the holders of the title ranked above the praetorian prefects. In the, the title was sparingly used and retained its high prestige, being award ...
EgyptThe al-Hakim Mosque is a major Islamic religious site in Cairo,. It is located in "Islamic Cairo", on the east side of Muizz Street, just ...
Philippines... ommon in Latin American countries. It is also used in Russia, Pakistan, the, Indonesia and Israel, all of which are strongly influenced by European t ...
Belgium, and particularly Flanders, has a rich heritage of stand-up comedians. Se ...
Japanwas an old province ofthat is now the western half of Kagoshima Prefecture on the island of Kyūs ...
Afghanistan... wake. Two thousand years later, there are still communities in Pakistan and, like the Kalash, who claim to be descended from Greek settlers
Egypt... rom the Wadi Natrun monastery1.jpg|Frescos at the Syrian Monastery, Scetes,File:Frescos from the Wadi Natrun monastery2.jpg|Frescos at the Syrian Mon ...
Bangladesh... , Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, The Bahamas, Bahrain,, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and H ...
SpainCapt. José de Berroterán in 1729 commanded an expedition on behalf ofto explore from Mission San Juan Bautista up the Rio Grande to the mouth o ...
Burkina Faso... in many countries, the main Malian highway heading south from Bamako to theborder was singled out in late 2008 as the worst in West Africa. A survey ...
Spanish Protectorate... he Spanish Army also made extensive use of Moroccan troops recruited in the, during both the Rif War of 1921-26 and the Spanish Civil War of 1936-39. ...
United Kingdom... and Mercedes-Benz Citaro articulated buses previously used in London in the, 10 new Optare Solo hybrid electric buses, and a mixture of existing and ...
East Timor... tribute regularly to United Nations peacekeeping missions, most recently in, Sierra Leone, and Liberia. Following the September 11, 2001 terrorist at ...
Singapore... locations are supported from offices located in Beirut, Lebanon, Malaysia,and India and the Latin America support center is in Miami, Florida
Philippines... It is distinct from Melanesia to the south, and Polynesia to the east. Thelie to the west, and Indonesia to the southwest
Brazil... its hardness and toughness are poor. The main sources for gem material areand the U.S.. Australia, France, Germany, Namibia, Norway, and Spain have ...
Belarus... Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, The Bahamas, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados,, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswan ...
Belgium... en, or of Louvain, was the largest, oldest and most prominent university in. The university was founded in 1425 as the University of Leuven by John I ...
United Kingdom... d commercial reasons. Foreign embassies in Mauritius include Australia, the, People's Republic of China, Egypt, France, India, Madagascar, Pakistan, ...
United Arab EmiratesShehhi was born in Ras al-Khaimah, on May 9, 1978, in the, to a Muslim cleric who died in 1997. He was described as a quiet and dev ...
Confederate States of America... ral government. During the American Civil War, in 1861, Virginia joined the. Fearing that the Confederacy would take control of the shipyard at Ports ...
Russia... ope. It is also very common in Latin American countries. It is also used in, Pakistan, the Philippines, Indonesia and Israel, all of which are strong ...
Mauritania... o spread south of Egypt; soon after, the Beni Ḥassān brought Arabization to
Nepalese... ew sentencing regime concerned the gang rapes of two women by Pakistani andimmigrants in Ashfield on 28 July 2002
Côte d'Ivoire... at is now upper Guinea and southwestern Mali (Wassoulou). It later moved tobefore being conquered by the French
Canada... n the common law jurisdiction, and using the black letter legal doctrine is. Being a monarchical state, with its roots invested in Colonial England, ...
Indonesia... the south, and Polynesia to the east. The Philippines lie to the west, andto the southwest
Pakistan... Alexander's wake. Two thousand years later, there are still communities inand Afghanistan, like the Kalash, who claim to be descended from Greek set ...
Denmark... re are now over 30 schools based on the Sudbury Model in the United States,, Israel, Japan, Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. The model has two basic ...
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India... were supplemented by sea routes, which extended from the Red Sea to coastal, China and Southeast Asia
Lithuania... w the Underground State as an enemy) and some post-Soviet states (primarilyand Ukraine, where military groups who cooperated with Germans against the ...
Russia... of Biological Problems of the North, Russian Academy of Sciences, Magadan,, used a sample (n=279) of Czech individuals to determine the frequency of ...
Malaysia... the Asian locations are supported from offices located in Beirut, Lebanon,, Singapore and India and the Latin America support center is in Miami, Fl ...
AlgeriaThe Haplogroup J1, marker of the Semitic population is found at 35% in, which is one of the most common haplogroup of the country along with E1b ...
Moldovahas accepted all relevant arms control obligations of the former Soviet Un ...
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Sri Lanka... n Sri Lanka most of his life, claim that Buddhism came to the Maldives from. Since then, new archaeological discoveries point to Mahayana and Vajraya ...
Germany... a period after World War I, Steiner was extremely active and well known in, in part because he lectured widely proposing social reforms. Steiner was ...
Georgia... the Balkans and Eastern Europe (Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic,, Greece, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slov ...
France... nt Hugh and Heilwig and was a native of Eguisheim, Upper Alsace(present day). His family was of noble rank, and his father, Count Hugh, was a cousin ...
France... were cracking down on them. He subsequently lived underground for a time in. Cleaver became a "born again" Christian during his year of isolation, wh ...
Soviet UnionAzerbaijan declared its independence from the formeron August 30, 1991, with Ayaz Mutalibov, former First Secretary of the Aze ...
Soviet UnionMoldova has accepted all relevant arms control obligations of the former. On October 30, 1992, Moldova ratified the Treaty on Conventional Armed F ...
EnglishWilliam King (1663–1712) was anpoet
GermanyIn France, Finland, Poland and especially in, several volumes were translated into a variety of regional languages and ...
Polish... ies) and the fifth highest of all Australian mountains. It was named by theexplorer Count Paul Edmund Strzelecki in 1840, in honour of the Polish nat ...
MauritaniaArabic is the native language of majorities fromto Oman, and from Iraq to the Sudan. As the language of the Qur'an and as ...
CubaIn Havana,there is a park named after him and bust of Hugo stands near the entrance ...
India... onsecutive episodes feature appearances in Venice, Morocco, London, Greece,, Uzbekistan, Hong Kong, and Scotland. Furthermore, another inconsistency ...
Netherlands... s in the North Sea. On 29 May 2000, 2,000 square metres were granted by theto Belgium (a piece of land in Zelzate along the Ghent-Terneuzen Canal)
India... Tajikistan), Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine and Sciences at Aligarh,, Avicenna School in Karachi and Avicenna Medical College in Lahore Pakist ...
Sri Lanka... raged to partake of vegetarian food for the day. In some countries, notably, two days are set aside for the celebration of Vesākha and all liquor sho ...
Andorra... ptionism was attacked by Alcuin of York in Contra Felicem (Runciman, 1947).was ceded to the bishop of Urgell by the count Ermengol IV of Urgell in th ...
EgyptIn, the parasol is found in various shapes. In some instances it is depicted ...
Sweden... Team Europe has included players from Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, and
Libya... e return to Mali of large numbers of Tuareg who had migrated to Algeria andduring the prolonged drought increased tensions in the region between the ...
Spanish... r and copper has been known in the area around what is now Jerome since thecolonial era when Arizona was part of New Spain
Cyprus... trated the Aegean Sea and by the 15th century BC had reached Rhodes, Crete,, where Teucer is said to have founded the first colony, and the shores of ...
Northern Mariana Islands... s, except for Guam and Wake Island, which are U.S. territories, and for the, which are a U.S. commonwealth
France... er parts of Europe by the Romans. Records of cucumber cultivation appear inin the 9th century, England in the 14th century, and in North America by t ...
Haiti... In 2009, major programs were under way in Argentina, Costa Rica, Chile, and
Switzerland... erden (February 2, 1903, Amsterdam, Netherlands – January 12, 1996, Zürich,) was a Dutch mathematician and historian of mathematics
Israel... viewed Steiner's social ideas as a solution to the Arab–Jewish conflict. In, there are several anthroposophical organisations, including the anthropo ...
Bhutan... y of 50,000 rupees. The land that was to become Bhutan House was ceded fromto British India in 1865 at the conclusion the Duar War and as a condition ...
PakistanRelations betweenand Mauritius were first established in 2006. Pakistan has an embassy at P ...
Hong Kong... the second largest source of foreign direct investment in the world (behind) with over US$123,000,000,000. Almost all of these sums are directly attr ...
England... the Empire Windrush to the UK. Kitchener's success began after he moved toin 1948. During the 1950s he built a large following in the expatriate com ...
Austria... the Treaty of Campo Formio, this region was ceded to the French Republic byin exchange for the Republic of Venice. Once formally integrated into the ...
Panama... ransport to and from the east coast and New Orleans, Louisiana, to and fromto ports in California and Oregon
Spain... mani clothing and the use of the Romani language, punishable by flogging.In, attempts to assimilate the Gitanos were under way as early as 1619, when ...
Japan... ree or four weeks. The Manu Folau is a 50-meter vessel that was a gift fromto the people of Tuvalu
United Kingdom of the NetherlandsThe region next became part of the(1815–1830), and William I of the Netherlands founded a new university in ...
Finland... 03; Swedish Estonia and Swedish Livonia, which had capitulated in 1710, and. In Nystad, Frederick I of Sweden formally recognized the transfer of Est ...
Ukraine... ia determines and is determined by Moldova's relations with Russia. Russia,, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, EU, and United Sta ...
Russia... ansnistria determines and is determined by Moldova's relations with Russia., Ukraine, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, EU, and U ...
RussiaRed Square is a city square in Moscow,. The square separates the Kremlin, the former royal citadel and currently ...
Macau... ipwreck spent ten weeks battling malaria and aborigines before returning toon a raft
OmanArabic is the native language of majorities from Mauritania to, and from Iraq to the Sudan. As the language of the Qur'an and as a lingu ...
Malaysia... anis initially hesitated to recognise the country since its close ties withwhat they considered as part of Malaya
Netherlands... ons. The regional offices for European franchises are located in Amsterdam,; the Australia and New Zealand locations are supported from Brisbane, Aus ...
ItalianBud Spencer (born Carlo Pedersoli; 31 October 1929) is anactor, filmmaker and former swimmer (he was the first Italian to swim 100m ...
MauritiusRelations between Pakistan andwere first established in 2006. Pakistan has an embassy at Port Louis and ...
UKTheis the only nation in the world that presently has such a regime
Soviet Union... d Poles and Jews from Polish territories annexed by Nazi Germany, while thedeported Poles from areas of Eastern Poland, Kresy to Siberia and Kazakhst ...
Canada... is a public liberal arts university in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island,, and the sole university in the province. Founded in 1969, it traces its ...
PakistanIn, nearly all Sunnis belong to Hanafi school, although there are some Hanba ...
Austria... Agreement): they could emigrate to neighbouring Germany (including annexed) or stay in Italy and accept their complete Italianisation. Because of th ...
Afghanistan... rected war drama Brothers as Sam Cahill, a prisoner of war who returns fromand starts believing that his wife has become romantically involved with h ...
New Zealand... uropean franchises are located in Amsterdam, Netherlands; the Australia andlocations are supported from Brisbane, Australia; the Asian locations are ...
Japan... s on the beach on December 15, 1901, on its way to New York City from Kobe,, but has since sunk below the sand. A salvage attempt to retrieve treasur ...
Egypt... rolled a unified Syria and engaged in a conflict with the Fatimid rulers of, which ultimately resulted in the unification of Egyptian and Syrian forc ...
France... 6th century BC, when Phoceans of Italy founded colonies along the coast of, Catalonia and Corsica. This led the Etruscans to ally themselves with th ...
Philippines... this are the Yapese who are related to Austronesian tribes in the Northern
UzbekistanAbdul Rashid Dostum and his Junbish-i Milli militia backed byjoined an alliance with Hekmatyar in early 1994. An estimated 25,000 peopl ...
Switzerland... s father, was a tradesman in Danzig and his mother, Henriette Ayrer born in, was a Huguenot. Daniel's grandfather Christian had been a tradesman in t ...
Qin Dynasty... ate of Jin was subdivided, which eventually led to the establishment of the; and because 959 CE was the end of the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms Pe ...
Philippines... ing civilians following the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo on Luzon Island in the. In October 1993, Lincoln deployed to Somalia to assist UN humanitarian o ...
Philippines... ies of Micronesia feel closer to some groups in Melanesia, Polynesia or the. A good example of this are the Yapese who are related to Austronesian tr ...
Costa Rica... umerous relationships. In 2009, major programs were under way in Argentina,, Chile, and Haiti
Japan... d on the island in 1623 to use the island as a base for Dutch commerce withand the coastal areas of China. The Spanish established a settlement at Sa ...
Uzbekistan... ive episodes feature appearances in Venice, Morocco, London, Greece, India,, Hong Kong, and Scotland. Furthermore, another inconsistency was that one ...
Russia... and making Columbia Internet millions with a nuclear weapon purchased from, and the infamous Vigor text editor. He briefly worked for Google, nearly ...
Morocco... million in overseas aid to Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Guinea,, Panama, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, St Kitts and Nevis an ...
Kingdom of Naples... ("the Magnanimous"), promoted a new stage of expansion, this time over the, over which he finally gained dominion in 1443. At the same time, though, ...
Polish... ue of Kuzma Minin and Dmitry Pozharsky, who helped to clear Moscow from theinvaders in 1612, during the Times of Trouble. Nearby is the so-called Lob ...
Spanish East Indies... ps. However, they were claimed under the Spanish sovereignty as part of the. In 1874, the Spanish sovereignty was recognized by the international com ...
Soviet... g order to sink any unidentified ships in the area, but advised caution, asvessels were reportedly operating nearby. No fighter jets were available, ...
Guatemala... am called the Sustainable Coffee Program; the first program was launched inand in 2006 they started programs in Colombia and Brazil where they are "d ...
Israel... ts in many translations, or possibly other hirundine species which breed in. However, "Yea, the sparrow hath found her a house, And the swallow a nes ...
Confederate States of America... ut was renamed in 1861 for Alexander H. Stephens, the vice president of the
PolandAfter the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact dividedduring World War II, Germans deported Poles and Jews from Polish territori ...
Panama... in overseas aid to Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Guinea, Morocco,, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, St Kitts and Nevis and the So ...
Sri LankaAt independence in 1948,, then called Ceylon, was a Commonwealth realm, with the monarch represent ...
Hong Kong... feature appearances in Venice, Morocco, London, Greece, India, Uzbekistan,, and Scotland. Furthermore, another inconsistency was that one of the ori ...
Ethiopia... number of languages, including Amharic and Tigrinya. With the expansion ofunder the Solomonic dynasty, Amharic, previously a minor local language, s ...
Soviet UnionTheand Mauritius established diplomatic relations on 17 March 1968. The Russi ...
Greece... three years later, light poured from all sides on the prehistoric period of. It was recognized that the character of both the fabric and the decorati ...
Chile... tionships. In 2009, major programs were under way in Argentina, Costa Rica,, and Haiti
FinlandKyösti (originally Gustaf) Kallio was born in Ylivieska,. His father was a farmer and a prominent local politician
BritishThe smallenclave of the city of Gibraltar presents a third cultural group found in ...
France... n enjoyed included gastronomy, flying in aeroplanes, and frequent visits to, where he read "books which were banned in Britain as pornographic". A fe ...
Sicily... erminal at the Grand Harbour that connects Malta to Pozzallo and Catania in
Ukraine... the founding of GUAM, a regional cooperation agreement made up of Georgia,, Azerbaijan and Moldova. Although the agreement initially included a decl ...
New Zealand... now spoken across a huge area from Madagascar to Hawaii, Easter Island and, but form only one branch of the Austronesian family, the rest of whose b ...
British... while most engines of the era had moved to four valves per cylinder, or inuse, sleeve valves. Several advances were worked into the design, includin ...
Norway(For a possible nickname *Ringir for Ullr see under the name Ringsaker.
Iran... rab Hassan-i Sabbah, the Assassins were active in the fortress of Alamut infrom the 8th to the 14th centuries, and also controlled the castle of Masy ...
Syria... the failure of the Second Crusade, the Zengid dynasty controlled a unifiedand engaged in a conflict with the Fatimid rulers of Egypt, which ultimate ...
Canadian... ove, wrote compositions evocative of the Second Viennese style, such as thepianist Glenn Gould. By extension, however, certain pupils of Schoenberg's ...
Republic of Pisa... few decades. In 1188, Cagliari was conquered by the House of Massa from the. Gallura became by marriage — it had been inherited by a woman, Elena — a ...
Morocco... roccan Armed Forces are the summation of the armed forces of the kingdom of
VietnamHugo is venerated as a saint in theese religion of Cao Dai
India... , several different cultivars have emerged. The cucumber is originally frombut is now grown on most continents. Many different varieties are traded o ...
New Zealand... ion, as they are lobbied by neighbouring pro-whaling Japan and anti-whalingand Australia. Greenpeace alleges that Japan's aid activities and these co ...
Greenland... iberia through Alaska and Northern Canada (including Labrador Peninsula) to. Shamanistic practice and beliefs have been recorded at several parts of ...
Republic of Ireland... "Tribe of the Irish") is a centre-right to centrist political party in the. It is the largest party in Ireland in the Oireachtas, in local governmen ...
Confederate States of America... Virginia and Caswell County, North Carolina. It was the last capital of the. The Bureau of Economic Analysis combines the city of Danville with Pitts ...
Singapore... in common use and has become the transcription system of the government of, the United Nations, and the International Organization of Standardizatio ...
JapanPort Townsend is twinned with Ichikawa, Hyōgo,. A group of local students participate in an exchange with this city duri ...
Singapore... mbodia and Malaysia) celebrated Vesākha on the 1st, while others (Thailand,) celebrated the holiday on the 31st due to different local lunar observan ...
Singapore... ms such as porcelain and spice were actively traded even before Malacca androse to prominence. The Malacca Sultanate controlled the Straits of Malacc ...
Norway... ian nationalistic feeling, but in 1903, on the verge of the rupture betweenand Sweden, he preached conciliation and moderation to the Norwegians. How ...
AlgeriaThis article is about the demographic features of the population of, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the ...
Francehas remained one of its biggest trading partners; in addition, the two cou ...
Republic of Ireland... omb in his fishing boat, the Shadow V, at Mullaghmore, County Sligo, in the. He was one of the most influential and controversial figures in the decl ...
Japan... while Germany's other territories in Micronesia were given as a mandate toand were named the South Pacific Mandate. Following Japan's defeat in the ...
AnguillaThis article is about the demographic features of the population of, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the ...
Malay statesIn the 17th century, porcelain and spices were found in severaland were actively traded. Large deposits of tin were found in several Mala ...
Sweden(For a possible nickname *Ringir for Ullr see under the name Ringsaker.)
UzbekistanThe movement toward economic reform inhas not been matched by movement toward political reform. The government o ...
Azerbaijan... ding of GUAM, a regional cooperation agreement made up of Georgia, Ukraine,and Moldova. Although the agreement initially included a declaration of mu ...
Kingdom of England... treaty between England and Spain, Morgan was arrested and conducted to thein 1672. He proved he had no knowledge of the treaty. Instead of punishmen ...
French protectorate of MoroccoDuring the period of the(1912–1956) large numbers of Moroccans were recruited for service in the S ...
Morocco... hic path; for instance, consecutive episodes feature appearances in Venice,, London, Greece, India, Uzbekistan, Hong Kong, and Scotland. Furthermore, ...
Carthage... er in the western Mediterranean Sea. Though the battle had no clear winner,managed to expand its sphere of influence at the expense of the Greeks, an ...
Danish... er ships cruising the Baltic. As a reprisal, in 1043 it was attacked by theking Magnus the Good
Hong Kong... and the so-called traditional characters employed by the Republic of China,, and much of the Chinese diaspora. For example, a person who writes his n ...
Norwegian... ctober 12, 2004, the LMDC announced that Gehry Partners LLP and Snøhetta, aarchitectural firm, would design the site's performing arts and museum com ...
Georgia... stonia, Ethiopia, European Union, Fiji, Finland, France, Gabon, The Gambia,, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Grenada, Guatemala, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Guyan ...
Solomon Islands... nama, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, St Kitts and Nevis and the. Caribbean countries have consistently sided with Japan in each IWC vote ...
United KingdomCompared to other countries, Belgium is 1.5 times larger than Wales in theand about the size of Maryland in the United States. Belgium is actually u ...
Malay states... tates and were actively traded. Large deposits of tin were found in several. Later, as the British started to take over as administrators of Malaya, ...
PolandHe was born in the city of Danzig (Gdańsk) in, and in a letter “in typical Berlin humor” wrote, “that he moved to Berli ...
Sudan... native language of majorities from Mauritania to Oman, and from Iraq to the. As the language of the Qur'an and as a lingua franca, it is studied wide ...
Soviet Union... f government remain similar to those that existed before the breakup of the. The government has justified its restraint of public assembly, oppositio ...
Egypt... ment using data intercepted by Onyx. The report described a fax sent by theian department of Foreign Affairs to the Egyptian Embassy in London, and d ...
TransnistriaThe territory of Moldova includes the separatistregion. Transnistria had a particularly large non-Moldovan population (ca. ...
Algeria... mid-1990. The return to Mali of large numbers of Tuareg who had migrated toand Libya during the prolonged drought increased tensions in the region be ...
Irish Republic... ar of Independence, which followed the formation of a unilaterally declaredand its parliament, Dáil Éireann. The army of the republic, the Irish Repu ...
Puerto RicoHe then travelled to, where he lost a ten round decision to Leo Cruz - himself a future world ...
Sweden... 02, he went back to recording and became a successful solo artist in native, selling multi-platinum albums
Russia... ity, Red Square is often considered the central square of Moscow and all of
Soviet Union... German activities, including transports headed for the Eastern Front in the. The AK also fought several full-scale battles against the Germans, parti ...
Sweden... listic feeling, but in 1903, on the verge of the rupture between Norway and, he preached conciliation and moderation to the Norwegians. However in 19 ...
TransnistriaRussia continues to maintain military presence in then region of Moldova, despite previous agreements with Moldova and within O ...
Spain... ait that connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea and separatesin Europe from Morocco in Africa. The name comes from Gibraltar, which in ...
Iraq... abic is the native language of majorities from Mauritania to Oman, and fromto the Sudan. As the language of the Qur'an and as a lingua franca, it is ...
Uruguay... allegos International Novel Prize in 1967, contending with works by veteranan writer Juan Carlos Onetti and by Gabriel García Márquez. This novel alo ...
Morocco... Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea and separates Spain in Europe fromin Africa. The name comes from Gibraltar, which in turn originates from th ...
Tajikistan... ict and chaos in the other former republics (most convincingly, neighboring). This approach has found credence among a large share of Uzbekistan's po ...
Estonia... campaign by ornithologists, the Barn Swallow has been the national bird ofsince 23 June 1960
Andorra... a, Solsonès, Pla d'Urgell, Baix Urgell and the still independent country of. The historical capital was first la Seu d'Urgell and later Balaguer. The ...
Iraq... re the Gulf War and its aftermath, and Operation Southern Watch in southern. All active vessels were engaged in both of these to some extent, with Op ...
Greece... tance, consecutive episodes feature appearances in Venice, Morocco, London,, India, Uzbekistan, Hong Kong, and Scotland. Furthermore, another inconsi ...
Paraguay... arrived by sailing down the Paraná River from Asunción (now the capital of). He dubbed the settlement "Santísima Trinidad" and its port became "Puer ...
Assyria... iestesses who are prohibited from bearing children. In Babylonia, Sumer and, certain types of individuals who performed religious duties in the servi ...
Afghanistan... n), but it took him nearly three years (from about 330 BC–327 BC) to subdue. Moving eastward from Persia, the Macedonian leader encountered fierce re ...
Mexican... see her. At some times, she was said to have dressed up like a lady of theCourt, caking her face with white powder and lining her cheeks with strips ...
Sweden... ng member of Gyllene Tider, in 1976. They quickly became a popular group in, but after their fourth album, The Heartland Café (1984), sold poorly com ...
Norway... he integration of the Gitanos.Other examples of forced assimilation include, where a law was passed in 1896 permitting the state to remove children f ...
Mexico... iver is the principal river of the southwestern United States and northwest. The river flows from the Rocky Mountains to the Gulf of California, drai ...
Pakistan... h, India, Avicenna School in Karachi and Avicenna Medical College in Lahore, Ibne Sina Balkh Medical School in his native province of Balkh in Afghan ...
Israel... ational, social services, and publishing networks across the United States,, Africa, Europe and Australia. However, Schneerson kept a low public prof ...
Syria... the 8th to the 14th centuries, and also controlled the castle of Masyaf in. The group killed members of the Muslim Abbasid, Seljuq, and Christian Cr ...
British Virgin IslandsThe economy of theis one of the most prosperous in the Caribbean. According to the CIA World ...
EgyptThroughout Ras Tafari's travels in Europe, the Levant, and, he and his entourage were greeted with enthusiasm and fascination. He wa ...
India... n British favor on behalf of the government from Bhutan House in Kalimpong,
Hungary... Century, particularly in Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Romania, Serbia Slovakia,, Slovenia, and Kosovo.Czechoslovakia carried out a policy of sterilizatio ...
Romania... eastern Italians. There is also a high concentration of I2a2a in north-east, Moldova and western Ukraine. According to original studies, Hg I2a2 was ...
Kingdom of Majorca... f Montpellier were left as a kingdom for his son James II of Majorca as the. This division began a period of struggle that ended with the annexation ...
Ascension Island... the end of February, heading first due east and then due north, arriving atat the end of March 1876. The period from early to mid-April was spent sai ...
New Zealand... ntators have called for the relocation of Tuvalu's population to Australia,or Kioa in Fiji, the former Prime Minister Maatia Toafa said his governmen ...
NormandieBorn in Le-Locheur (near Caen,), his family was of some position, though it seems not to have been able ...
GibraltarOn the northern side of the Strait are Spain and(a British overseas territory in the Iberian Peninsula), while on the sout ...
Pakistan... lbuddin Hekmatyar received operational, financial and military support from. Afghanistan expert Amin Saikal concludes in Modern Afghanistan: A Histor ...
SovietThe exact location of Balanjar has not yet been established precisely.archeologist Mikhail Artamonov initially placed Balanjar on the site of th ...
Sri Lanka... alized at the first Conference of the World Fellowship of Buddhists held inin 1950, although festivals at this time in the Buddhist world are a centu ...
EgyptIn any case according to his origin story Pah-Peh-Rheo was born anian
Japan... ially and Iceland began hunting commercially in September 2006. Since 1986,has been whaling under scientific research permits. The US and several oth ...
Egypt... s where President Jimmy Carter was able to broker a peace agreement between, represented by President Anwar Sadat, and Israel represented by Prime Mi ...
Israel... the Jewish linguist Eliezer Ben-Yehuda. It has become the main language of, while remaining the language of liturgy and religious scholarship of Jew ...
Haiti... e Spaniards (through the Italian Christopher Columbus) brought cucumbers toin 1494. In 1535, Jacques Cartier, a French explorer, found “very great cu ...
republican government... damaged the cause of British rule in Ireland and increased support for theunder Éamon de Valera. The events of Bloody Sunday have survived in public ...
France... ay 1, 1224 – 24 December 1317) was one of the great chroniclers of medieval
SudanFrom 1983 to 1997, thewas divided into five regions in the north and three in the south, each he ...
NetherlandsIn theseveral volumes were translated into Frisian, a language related to Old En ...
SwedenAt the 1995 world Track & Field Championships in Gothenburg,, Bailey won both the 100 m sprint and the 4 x 100 m relay titles
IranIn, he is considered a national icon, and is often regarded as one of the gr ...
Dutch... 1903, Amsterdam, Netherlands – January 12, 1996, Zürich, Switzerland) was amathematician and historian of mathematics
Saudi Arabia... Hekmatyar rained rockets on Kabul seeking power for himself." In addition,and Iran - as competitors for regional hegemony - supported Afghan militia ...
MalaysiaIn, fellatio is still illegal. However, the law is seldom enforced. Under Se ...
Sri Lanka... 007 had two full moon days, the 1st and the 31st. Some countries (including, Cambodia and Malaysia) celebrated Vesākha on the 1st, while others (Thai ...
Morocco... verseas territory in the Iberian Peninsula), while on the southern side areand Ceuta (a Spanish exclave in North Africa). Its boundaries were known i ...
Sri Lanka... s also can be found in Sigiriya, situated in the central Matale District of, which are reminiscent of the Ajanta Caves of India. The frescoes were cr ...
Polish... nian Wòlin, ) is the name both of an island in the Baltic Sea, just off thecoast, and a town on that island. It is separated from the island of Usedo ...
Czechoslovakia... oravia (later called the "Sudetenland") were allocated to the newly founded. Many Austrians and Germans regarded this as hypocrisy since U.S. preside ...
Soviet Union... ere transferred to Germany. Germans were expelled from areas annexed by theand Poland as well as territories of Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania and ...
Slovenia... particularly in Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Romania, Serbia Slovakia, Hungary,, and Kosovo.Czechoslovakia carried out a policy of sterilization of Roman ...
Macedonia... ia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg,, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Marshall Islands, M ...
Russian Empire... able to export vast quantities of cheap corn, as were peasant farms in thewith simpler methods but cheaper labour. Every corn-growing country decide ...
South Africa... country by the Economist Intelligence Unit' quality-of-life index, ahead of
Israel... necessary. Many species of Eucalyptus, Acacia, Cassia and other genera from, Australia, USA, Russia, Southern Rhodesia, Chile, Peru and Sudan have be ...
Libya... he aircraft carrier USS Forrestal in August 1981 in the Gulf of Sidra, near. During this exercise, two of the ship's F-14 Tomcats shot down two Libya ...
Iraq... ramaic dialects (especially Neo-Aramaic, descended from Syriac) in northern, south eastern Turkey, northwestern Iran, and northeast Syria, while Syri ...
GermanFriedrich Wilhelm Bessel (22 July 1784 – 17 March 1846) was amathematician, astronomer, and systematizer of the Bessel functions (which ...
Canadian... 910, Lawrence left IMP to work for Lubin Studios, advising her fellow young, the 18-year-old Mary Pickford, to take her place as IMP's star
Austria... Ararat) band. This band was dissolved in 1976 and 3 45 rpms. He migrated toin 1979
Sweden... R.2 in 1976, and later on the Tornado F3. The Skyflash was also exported tofor use on their Viggen fighters
Netherlands... eturned those bases to French control. NATO moved AFCENT to Brunssum in theand AIRCENT to Ramstein in West Germany. (Note that the Supreme Headquarte ...
Poland... ństwa (; Office for State Protection) or UOP was the intelligence agency of. It was founded on April 6, 1990, as a department of the Ministry of Inte ...
Cambodia... full moon days, the 1st and the 31st. Some countries (including Sri Lanka,and Malaysia) celebrated Vesākha on the 1st, while others (Thailand, Singa ...
Czech RepublicCzech glass beads are made in the, centralized around an area called Jablonec nad Nisou. Production of glas ...
Canadian... rced him in 1973. In 1978, she married William Robert Prestie, an eccentric17 years her junior. This led to difficulties with her children. She had a ...
Norway... search "as a disguise for commercial whaling, which is banned." Since 1994,, has been whaling commercially and Iceland began hunting commercially in ...
Israel... a peace agreement between Egypt, represented by President Anwar Sadat, andrepresented by Prime Minister Menachem Begin. The Oslo Accords of 1993 bet ...
Singapore... ants make up the predominant majority ethnic Chinese populations of Taiwan,, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. Fujian, especially Fuzhou, is a ...
United Suvadive RepublicThe short-lived state (1959–63), called the, had a combined population of 20,000 inhabitants scattered in the souther ...
Styria... ine of the Habsburg family, the ruler of Inner Austria, i.e. the duchies of, Carinthia and Carniola, and of Ernest's wife Cymburgis of Masovia. He be ...
Germany... ht have been hit by Royal Air Force bombs after an abortive raid on Siegen,. One hundred and thirty-eight Lancaster bombers, short on fuel, jettisone ...
Bruneijoined ASEAN on January 7, 1984, one week after resuming full independence ...
Belgium... country decided to increase tariffs in reaction to this, except Britain and. During 1877 the price of British-grown corn averaged 56 shillings, 9 pen ...
Fiji... the relocation of Tuvalu's population to Australia, New Zealand or Kioa in, the former Prime Minister Maatia Toafa said his government did not regar ...
German... ell's heroes are self-made men of pronounced ethnic background, such as theimmigrants in The Strong City (1942) and The Balance Wheel (1951). Her the ...
ScotlandAngus McDuck was born in Glasgow,in 1829 to Dingus McDuck and Molly Mallard. He had two younger brothers na ...
Egypt... dle Kingdom of Egypt (2000–1800 BCE), found near ancient Thebes (now Luxor,), list three human genders: tai (male), sḫt ("sekhet") and hmt (female). ...
SwitzerlandIn 1880 Johanna Spyri (1827–1901) published Heidi (1880) in. The subtitle declared that it is a book "for children and those who love ...
Malaysia... p the predominant majority ethnic Chinese populations of Taiwan, Singapore,, Indonesia and the Philippines. Fujian, especially Fuzhou, is also the ma ...
Iran... rockets on Kabul seeking power for himself." In addition, Saudi Arabia and- as competitors for regional hegemony - supported Afghan militias hostile ...
Malaysia... ys, the 1st and the 31st. Some countries (including Sri Lanka, Cambodia and) celebrated Vesākha on the 1st, while others (Thailand, Singapore) celebr ...
Russia... of Eucalyptus, Acacia, Cassia and other genera from Israel, Australia, USA,, Southern Rhodesia, Chile, Peru and Sudan have been tried in Thar Desert. ...
BruneiThis article covers telecommunications in. Internet access is limited and expensive though telephone service is goo ...
Yarkand... one of the routes of the traditional Silk Road (via Badakhshan, the Pamirs,, Kucha, and Turpan to the Ming China's border as Suzhou, Gansu
Oman... alley, objects from the Harappan culture have also been found in modern-day, other archaeology suggest that Maka was exporting copper. Herodotus ment ...
Slovakia... the 20th Century, particularly in Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Romania, Serbia, Hungary, Slovenia, and Kosovo.Czechoslovakia carried out a policy of ste ...
PanamaOn 18 January 1671, Morgan discovered thathad roughly 1,500 infantry and cavalry. He split his forces in two, using ...
Paraguay... lished in 1536 and in 1537 Asunción was established in the area that is now. Buenos Aires suffered attacks by the indigenous peoples that forced the ...
Iceland... ng, which is banned." Since 1994, Norway, has been whaling commercially andbegan hunting commercially in September 2006. Since 1986, Japan has been w ...
Indonesia... ominant majority ethnic Chinese populations of Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia,and the Philippines. Fujian, especially Fuzhou, is also the major source o ...
BruneiTelephone service throughoutis excellent. International service is good to Europe, US, and East Asi
MadagascarMalayo-Polynesian languages are now spoken across a huge area fromto Hawaii, Easter Island and New Zealand, but form only one branch of the ...
Senegal... African and Sahel countries and Morocco entertains good relationships with, Gabon and
SwedishPer Håkan Gessle (; born 12 January 1959) is apop singer-songwriter, guitarist, and harmonicist. He is the lead singer o ...
ConfederateUnlike most of Virginia, during the Civil War, the county was not undercontrol, but held by the forces of the United States government
Andorra... ards it would include 129 villages, the valleys of the Valira river, namelyand Sant Joan Fumat, the Segre riverine area as well as the valleys locate ...
Carniola... mily, the ruler of Inner Austria, i.e. the duchies of Styria, Carinthia and, and of Ernest's wife Cymburgis of Masovia. He became duke of Inner Austr ...
Serbia... e books have been issued in Yugoslavia for the Hungarian minority living in. Although not a fully autonomic dialect, it slightly differs from the lan ...
Union of India... t Viceroy of India (1947) and the first Governor-General of the independent(1947–48), from which the modern Republic of India would emerge in 1950. F ...
Switzerlandhas mandatory military service for all able-bodied male citizens, who are ...
Thailand... Lanka, Cambodia and Malaysia) celebrated Vesākha on the 1st, while others (, Singapore) celebrated the holiday on the 31st due to different local lun ...
Denmark... rds to play in the event. Since then, Team Europe has included players from, France, Germany, Italy, and Sweden
FrenchFrançois de Malherbe (1555 – October 16, 1628) was apoet, critic, and translator
Philippines... thnic Chinese populations of Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and the. Fujian, especially Fuzhou, is also the major source of Chinese immigrant ...
Gabon... and Sahel countries and Morocco entertains good relationships with Senegal,and
Japanis aese chemist. He won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2001. Noyori shared ha ...
Seychelles... the Suvadive republic was scrapped and Abdulla Afif went into exile to the, where he died in 1993
SpainOn the northern side of the Strait areand Gibraltar (a British overseas territory in the Iberian Peninsula), whi ...
People's Republic of Poland... ublic of Poland Ministry of Internal Affairs - intelligence, II DepartamentMinistry of Internal Affairs - counter-intelligence, whose responsibilitie ...
Brunei's internet service is monopolized by a recently incorporated company TelB ...
France... ted in Western Europe, bordering the North Sea. Belgium shares borders with(620 km), Germany (167 km), Luxembourg (148 km) and the Netherlands (450 k ...
Panama... pment was only a limited success until 1991, when the United States invadedto oust General Manuel Noriega. At the time Panama was one of the largest ...
Chile... ia and other genera from Israel, Australia, USA, Russia, Southern Rhodesia,, Peru and Sudan have been tried in Thar Desert. Acacia tortilis has prove ...
Japan... ry for making Buddhist and Hindu rosaries (malas). Magatama are traditionalese beads, and cinnabar was often used for beads in China. Wampum are cyli ...
Hong Kong... based on the pronunciations of the Beijing dialect or Mandarin Chinese. In, Macao, and the diaspora communities in southeast Asia and abroad, the Ch ...
USSR... rmany in the Second World War. For the first time since the collapse of thein 1991, Russian military vehicles paraded through the square. On December ...
Italian... rnate obsolete form: Fiorenza; Latin: Florentia) is the capital city of theregion of Tuscany and of the province of Florence. It is the most populous ...
Ukraine... so a high concentration of I2a2a in north-east Romania, Moldova and western. According to original studies, Hg I2a2 was believed to have arisen in th ...
Egypt... nvolved in several conquests with Cyrus the Great and after the conquest ofwith Cambyses, they went to Sindh in command of Darius I, and also took in ...
Soviet Union... stay. During the war he resisted the idea of giving up any territory to the, but was forced to agree to sign the Moscow Peace Treaty in 1940. His hea ...
NorwayFrom 1874 to 1876 Bjørnson was absent from, and in the peace of voluntary exile he recovered his imaginative powers. ...
Haiti... uncovered to kill all of the white males in the Territory and to escape to(which was at the time the only free black republic in the world) by boat ...
Cambodia... Technical teams and sister park relationship allow China, Korea, Japan, andto share skills and techniques
Transjordan... nt of Palestine and the Headquarters of the British Forces in Palestine and. The attack, which initially had the approval of the Haganah (the princip ...
Burkina Fasois one of the poorest countries in the world with an average income per ca ...
YemenIn Arabic-dominatedand Oman, on the southern rim of the Arabian Peninsula, a few tribes conti ...
Philippines... closely related to Micronesian languages than they are to languages of the, Malaysia, and Indonesia (Kirch, 2000: pp. 166–167)
OmanIn Arabic-dominated Yemen and, on the southern rim of the Arabian Peninsula, a few tribes continue to s ...
South AfricaAfrica- Since 1995, the National Park Service andhave worked on numerous park projects. Additionally, technical support and ...
French governmentIn 1880, theawarded Bell the Volta Prize of 50,000 francs (approximately US$10,000 at ...
Italy... From India, it spread to Greece (where it was called "σίκυον", síkyon) and(where the Romans were especially fond of the crop), and later into China
BritishSid James (born Solomon Joel Cohen; 8 May 1913 – 26 April 1976) was a-based South African actor and comedian. He made his name as Tony Hancock' ...
Carolingian Empire... section of the Mark of Toulouse when the Alt Urgell area became part of thebetween 785 and 790
Germany... rope, bordering the North Sea. Belgium shares borders with France (620 km),(167 km), Luxembourg (148 km) and the Netherlands (450 km). Belgium compri ...
Canadian... ic-Anatolian works with English lyrics released under US, Dutch, German andlabels in the late 1990s through 2002. Murat's album with his "San Francis ...
France... ay in the event. Since then, Team Europe has included players from Denmark,, Germany, Italy, and Sweden
AfghanistanThe UNCCD has 194 country Parties:, Albania, Algeria, Andorra, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Armen ...
Brazil... Gilberto and the 1959 film Black Orpheus brought significant popularity inand elsewhere in Latin America, which spread to North America via visiting ...
Hungary... nomic dialect, it slightly differs from the language of the books issued in. In Sri Lanka, the cartoon series was adapted into Sinhala (Singhalese) a ...
Luxembourg... e North Sea. Belgium shares borders with France (620 km), Germany (167 km),(148 km) and the Netherlands (450 km). Belgium comprises the regions of Fl ...
France... t of the French Union. On 5 August 1960, it attained full independence from. The first president, Maurice Yaméogo, was the leader of the Voltaic Demo ...
Panama... the coasts of Cuba and the mainland, Morgan determined on an expedition to
Sudan... era from Israel, Australia, USA, Russia, Southern Rhodesia, Chile, Peru andhave been tried in Thar Desert. Acacia tortilis has proved to be the most ...
Moroccan... de' Marignolli, John of Montecorvino, Niccolò de' Conti, or Ibn Battuta, aMuslim traveller, who passed through the present-day Middle East and acros ...
Netherlands... borders with France (620 km), Germany (167 km), Luxembourg (148 km) and the(450 km). Belgium comprises the regions of Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels
Algeria... ces were mostly notable in fighting a 25-year war against the POLISARIO, ann backed rebel national liberation movement seeking the independence of We ...
Germany... e event. Since then, Team Europe has included players from Denmark, France,, Italy, and Sweden
Singapore... nei has a number of diplomatic missions abroad and has close relations with, sharing an interchangeable currency regime as well as close military rel ...
Sicily... an. The reign of Peter III of Aragon ("the Great") included the conquest ofand the successful defense against a French crusade; his son and successor ...
New Zealand... r TelstraClear) for the TelstraClear Pacific events centre in Manukau City,
AlbaniaThe UNCCD has 194 country Parties: Afghanistan,, Algeria, Andorra, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Austr ...
Germany... brought upon him a charge of high treason, and he took refuge for a time in, returning to Norway in 1882. Convinced that the theater was practically ...
United Kingdom"Video nasty" was a colloquial term coined in theby 1982 which originally applied to a number of films distributed on video ...
Kingdom of EnglandIn 1501, the headstrong Edmund fled thewith the help o
Congress Poland... persecution, preserved its identity in nonviolent ways. After the Uprising, downgraded in official usage from the Kingdom of Poland to the Vistula L ...
Belgiumis a federal state located in Western Europe, bordering the North Sea. Bel ...
CanadaNon-IWC whaling nations have expressed similar sentiments.withdrew from the IWC after the vote to impose the moratorium, claiming th ...
SwitzerlandHe was christened as Theodor Friedrich Emil Janenz in Rorschach,, the son of a German mother and an American father. While he was still yo ...
NetherlandsBartel Leendert van der Waerden (February 2, 1903, Amsterdam,– January 12, 1996, Zürich, Switzerland) was a Dutch mathematician and his ...
Norway... 836, Lars Larson Bothan from Norway in 1843, brothers Ole Iverson from Vik,in 1843 and Axel Iverson from Voss, Norway in 1844, Curtis Hard and Henry ...
Republican Rome... legislation in the Middle Assyrian Law Codes, and in early Germanic law. In, the poorly attested Lex Scantinia penalized an adult male for committing ...
Bulgaria... s produced in ancient Thrace, and it is certainly part of modern cuisine inand Turkey, parts of which make up that ancient state. From India, it spre ...
England... y (UMIST) was a university based in the centre of the city of Manchester in. It specialised in technical and scientific subjects and was a major cent ...
Iran... descended from Syriac) in northern Iraq, south eastern Turkey, northwestern, and northeast Syria, while Syriac itself, a descendant of Old Aramaic, i ...
Dominica... ies. Japan has given US$320 million in overseas aid to Antigua and Barbuda,, Grenada, Guinea, Morocco, Panama, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadi ...
British... now the Journal Square area of Jersey City near Academy Street. In 1664 thecaptured New Netherland from the Dutch, at which point the boundaries of B ...
Germany... ny Society was a Christian theosophy and pietist group founded in Iptingen,, in 1785. Due to religious persecution by the Lutheran Church and the gov ...
JapanAsia – Technical teams and sister park relationship allow China, Korea,, and Cambodia to share skills and techniques
AlgeriaThe UNCCD has 194 country Parties: Afghanistan, Albania,, Andorra, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Aus ...
Italy... Since then, Team Europe has included players from Denmark, France, Germany,, and Sweden
Western Sahara... erian backed rebel national liberation movement seeking the independence offrom Morocco. From the mid-1980s Morocco largely managed to keep Polisario ...
England... he divorced in 1976. Grainer died from spinal cancer in Cuckfield, Sussex,, aged 58. His second ex-wife was at his side
Syria... c) in northern Iraq, south eastern Turkey, northwestern Iran, and northeast, while Syriac itself, a descendant of Old Aramaic, is used liturgically b ...
IsraelThe Greens (, HaYerukim) is a minor political party incurrently headed by Pe'er Visner. Although the party is currently not repr ...
Republic of South Africa... he second half of the 19th century. Not to be confused with the present-day, it occupied the area later known as the South African province of Transv ...
Morocco's economy is considered a relatively liberal economy governed by the law ...
Italy... ate. Many of these "video nasties" were low-budget horror films produced inand the United States. The furore created by the response to video nasties ...
AndorraThe UNCCD has 194 country Parties: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria,, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Aze ...
Monaco... th. Its casino ("Spielbank") rivalled those of Bad Homburg, Baden-Baden and. In 1872, the Prussian-dominated Imperial government closed down all Germ ...
Palmyrene Empire... Aurelian restored the Empire's eastern provinces after his conquest of thein 273. The following year he conquered the Gallic Empire in the west, reu ...
Morocco... sedimentary deposits around the world, including fossiliferous outcrops in
Puerto RicoHumacao is a city inlocated in the eastern coast of the island, north of Yabucoa; south of Nag ...
PhilippinesIn April 2009, Brunei and Thesigned a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that seeks to strengthen the bi ...
Greece... Turkey, parts of which make up that ancient state. From India, it spread to(where it was called "σίκυον", síkyon) and Italy (where the Romans were es ...
Papua New Guinea... r to "re-engender themselves prior to marriage". Among the Sambia people of, beginning at age seven all males regularly submit to oral penetration by ...
Falkland Islands... were Port Famine, Sandy Point, and Elizabeth Island. Challenger reached thetowards the end of January, calling at Port Stanley and then continuing no ...
San Marino... his article provides an outline of the telecommunications infrastructure in, Italy
Laos... que), a mountain range with a height ranging up to that divides Vietnam and
Ukraine... three mines produced scandium: the uranium and iron mines in Zhovti Vody in, the rare earth mines in Bayan Obo, China and the apatite mines in the Ko ...
France... lled glass cutting and leading in a 19th-century window at Meaux Cathedral,File:Canterbury Cathedral 012 window showing leading and support.JPG|Thoma ...
French IndochinaEarly in 1953, the French asked Eisenhower for help inagainst the Communists, supplied from China, who were fighting the First I ...
Tunisia... his first visit to Morocco in October 1985 (prior to visits to Algeria and) in the wake of Moroccan claims that Polisario guerrillas were again trav ...
Cyprus... n the European Union and its originally 12 Mediterranean Partners: Algeria,, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Malta, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, ...
Philippines... gion and grow stronger as they move west toward the Mariana Islands and the
Hong KongTheprinted media tend to adopt the hybrid name stylefor example, Andy Lau Tak ...
Soviet UnionIn the early years of the, Esperanto was given a measure of government support, and an officially r ...
Japan... show at the Hollywood Bowl), Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and. Upon return to their homeland, Sigur Rós provided a series of free surpr ...
Romania... America, Australia, and African countries like Libya, Eritrea and Somalia.did not establish a colonial empire, but the language is spoken as a nativ ...
Hungarian Democratic RepublicIn October 1918, Mihály Károlyi established the, and Polanyi became Secretary to the Minister of Health. In March 1919 wh ...
France... Russia, Serbia, Slovakia), as well as in parts of Western Europe (Belgium,, Netherlands, Portugal). He is also the patron saint of Aberdeen, Amsterd ...
Syria... Hureyra is an archaeological site located in the Euphrates valley in modern. The remains of the villages within the tell come from over 4,000 years o ...
Denmark... lonen (TV4). In Canada, Oz aired on the Showcase Channel at 10 p.m. EST. In, it appeared late at night on the non-commercial public service channel D ...
Galatia... d Roussel de Bailleul attempting to carve himself an independent kingdom inwith his Frankish, Norman and German mercenaries. He defeated the Emperor' ...
Iran... the Winter of 1979, during the tumultuous days of the Islamic Revolution in, Rabbi Schneerson directed his emissaries to make arrangements to rescue ...
People's Republic of China... s the Chinese border was closed to the western world in the 1950s after theinvaded Tibet
Guadeloupe... de Kahin, an Ethiopian capuchin monk, and from Dr. Vitalien, a surgeon from. Tafari was named Dejazmach (literally "commander of the gate", roughly e ...
Vietnam... îne Annamitique), a mountain range with a height ranging up to that dividesand Laos
French Upper Volta... and allied groups of the Dori region ended their truce with the government.was established on 1 March 1919. This move was a result of French fears of ...
Burma... d Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso,, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Cape Verde, Central African Republi ...
PortugalFile:Pt-coimbra-sevelha3.jpg|Exterior of a window at Sé Velha de Coimbra,, showing a modern steel armatur
Canada... and Purdey (Joanna Lumley). It aired on ITV in the UK in 1976-1977, CTV in, CBS in the United States (in 1978/79) and TF1 in France (series 1 in 197 ...
Czechoslovakia... n's traffic routes were of military importance: north-south from Germany to, and east-west along the central European uplands. The city was at the ju ...
Soviet UnionAs the Cold War deepened, Dulles sought to isolate theby building regional alliances of nations against it. Critics sometimes ca ...
Puerto Ricooperating in U.S. waters, raising Threadfin near Hawaii and cobia near. An operation targeting bigeye tuna recently received final approval. All ...
SwedenAs most municipalities in, the territory of Lund Municipality consists of a lot of former local gov ...
PrussiaWallach was born in Königsberg, the son of an official. His father descended from a Jewish family that had converted t ...
Algeria... a. Taya made his first visit to Morocco in October 1985 (prior to visits toand Tunisia) in the wake of Moroccan claims that Polisario guerrillas were ...
Algeria... ce between the European Union and its originally 12 Mediterranean Partners:, Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Malta, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, ...
Morocco... 1578 Battle of Ksar El Kebir, when Spain started to take direct actions in, as in the occupation of Larache
Confederate... on, an engagement of the American Civil War took place here, resulting in avictory
United Kingdom... of the nation's tourists are from other countries in the Caribbean and the
Belgium... te Antoinette Jeanne Marie Ghislaine Cleenewerck de Crayencour in Brussels,to Michel Cleenewerck de Crayencour, of French aristocratic descent, and a ...
Hong Kong... yed a headline show at the Hollywood Bowl), Canada, Australia, New Zealand,and Japan. Upon return to their homeland, Sigur Rós provided a series of f ...
Cyprus... known as the Hellenes (, ), are a nation and ethnic group native to Greece,and other regions. They also form a significant diaspora, with Greek commu ...
Somalia... th, South America, Australia, and African countries like Libya, Eritrea and. Romania did not establish a colonial empire, but the language is spoken ...
Belgium... Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia), as well as in parts of Western Europe (, France, Netherlands, Portugal). He is also the patron saint of Aberdeen, ...
Canada... ichest countries in the Western Hemisphere (following the United States and)
Russia... mmer of 2001, age 54, he died suddenly of a heart attack while traveling in
Greece... s, also known as the Hellenes (, ), are a nation and ethnic group native to, Cyprus and other regions. They also form a significant diaspora, with Gr ...
Sweden... und Municipality (Lunds kommun) is a municipality in Skåne County, southern. Its seat is located in the city of Lund
India... Maka". The Babylonians had also made voyages using Maka to communicate with. Maka had also communicated with Euphrates, Tigris and Indus valley, obje ...
Senegal... ate but losing out on penalties 4-2. And in 1980 they lost to ASF Police of4-1 on aggregate in the First round
SovietDuring theera, Red Square maintained its significance, becoming a focal point for th ...
Spain... o the Polisario Front view it only as an anti-colonial war directed against. Sahrawi veterans of the Army of Liberation today exist on both sides of ...
Pakistan... rom various points. Crossing the high mountains, it passed through northern, over the Hindu Kush mountains, and into Afghanistan, rejoining the north ...
Japanwas the 58th emperor of, according to the traditional
English... the meetinghouse was erected and the parish set off, named Newington for anvillage, whose residents sent the bell for the meetinghouse. Behind the me ...
Italy... ies in rest of Europe, especially the other Romance countries (most notablyand Spain), and elsewhere such as Israel, where it is a native language to ...
Vietnam... Indochina War. Eisenhower sent Lt. General John W. "Iron Mike" O'Daniel toto study and "assess" the French forces there. Chief of Staff Matthew Ridg ...
Jordan... d its originally 12 Mediterranean Partners: Algeria, Cyprus, Egypt, Israel,, Lebanon, Malta, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, and the Palestinian Aut ...
Burkina Faso... via, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria,, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Cape Verde, Central African ...
Prussia... ed to the end of the duchy. After the Austrian defeat Nassau was annexed byand became part of the Prussian province of Hesse-Nassau. The deposed duke ...
Republic of Formosa... igines who followed the establishment by the local elite of the short-lived. Taiwan's elite hoped that by declaring themselves a republic the world w ...
Egypt... gypt).JPG|Interior of Archangel Michael's Coptic Orthodox Cathedral, Aswan,File:Coptic Christian Church relief wall.JPG|Coptic Iconostasi
French West Africa... the Volta basin were integrated into the Upper Senegal and Niger colony ofas part of the reorganization of the French West African colonial empire. ...
Spain... appeared late at night on the non-commercial public service channel DR1. In, the show aired on premium channel Canal+. In Estonia, as well as Croatia ...
GermanyMax August Zorn (June 6, 1906 in Krefeld,– March 9, 1993 in Bloomington, Indiana, United States) was a German-born ...
Bermuda... John Wentworth, who is recorded as capturing 67 slaves, who were removed to. This is the first official record of slaves being held in the Territory
GermanFriedrich Wöhler (31 July 1800 – 23 September 1882) was achemist, best known for his synthesis of urea, but also the first to isola ...
Afghanistan... rchaeological exploration of the pre-Islamic period of Afghanistan began inin earnest after World War II and proceeded until the late 1970s when the ...
Carantania... ubsequent Slavic states to arise on the former territory of this realm withbeing the oldest of them. Very old also are the Principality of Nitra and ...
Mongolia... In 1700, Bhutan again invaded Sikkim, and in 1714 Tibetan forces, aided by, invaded Bhutan but were unable to gain control
Brazil... ral months later. Shortly after his split with Lehmkuhl, Bass briefly datedian model and LXTV host Pedro Andrade. From August 2007 to March 2008, Bas ...
Egypt... buted between the Greek peninsula, the western coast of Asia Minor, Pontus,, Cyprus and Constantinople; many of these regions coincided to a large ex ...
Rwanda... ntemporary viciousness and injustice of events in places such as Biafra and
JapanIn 1982 the IWC adopted a moratorium on commercial whaling. Currently,, The Russian Federation and a number of other nations oppose this morator ...
Western Sahara... e agreement with Mauritania, Morocco sought to tighten its control over theby denying the Polisario one more avenue for infiltrating guerrillas into ...
Ghana... y again lost in the First round, drawing 4-4 with Accra Hearts of Oak SC ofon aggregate but losing out on penalties 4-2. And in 1980 they lost to ASF ...
Israel... Union and its originally 12 Mediterranean Partners: Algeria, Cyprus, Egypt,, Jordan, Lebanon, Malta, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, and the Palesti ...
Panama... htweight title with a 15 round decision in San Juan. But in 1965 he went toand fought yet another member of the International Boxing Hall Of Fame, Is ...
Federated States of MicronesiaThe islands are located north of Nauru and Kiribati, east of the, and south of the U.S. territory of Wake Island, to which it lays claim
KiribatiThe islands are located north of Nauru and, east of the Federated States of Micronesia, and south of the U.S. territ ...
AustriaIn the Austro-Prussian War of 1866, Nassau took's side. This decision led to the end of the duchy. After the Austrian def ...
Moldova... blish a colonial empire, but the language is spoken as a native language in, while it also spread to other countries in rest of Europe, especially th ...
New Zealand... here they played a headline show at the Hollywood Bowl), Canada, Australia,, Hong Kong and Japan. Upon return to their homeland, Sigur Rós provided a ...
Portuguese... islands of São Tomé and Príncipe were uninhabited before the arrival of thesometime in 1469, 1470, or 1471. After the islands were discovered by Fern ...
MaldivesMohammed Waheed Hassan Manik was sworn in as President of theon 7 February 2012, in connection to the resignation of President Nasheed ...
Iraq... breaking in their signing of players from Asia; mainly, Japan, Korea, Iran,, and Taiwan. Former owner Peter O'Malley began reaching out in 1980 by st ...
NauruThe islands are located north ofand Kiribati, east of the Federated States of Micronesia, and south of the ...
Egypt... -10-EGYPT-ASWAN-0179.JPG|Iconostasis at Archangel Michael Cathedral, Aswan,File:Interior of Archangel Michael's Coptic Orthodox Cathedral, Aswan (Egy ...
VietnamVietnamese (tiếng Việt) is the national and official language of. It is the mother tongue of Vietnamese people (Kinh), and of about three ...
Slovakia... eorgia, Greece, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Russia, Serbia,), as well as in parts of Western Europe (Belgium, France, Netherlands, Po ...
Philippines... t win in 14 rounds over another hall of famer, Gabriel Elorde, Flash in thefollowed, and then a remach with Lane, this time Ortiz retaining his world ...
Morocco... sumption of diplomatic ties in April 1985. For Mauritania, the détente withpromised to end the threat of Moroccan incursions, and it also removed the ...
Sikkim... olidation under the Druk Desi government, there was conflict with Tibet and. Internal opposition to the central government resulted in overtures by t ...
Canada... Knowing that she was breaching her contract with Warner Bros., she fled toto avoid legal papers being served upon her. Eventually, Davis brought her ...
Spanish SaharaThe revolt in thewas put down in 1958 by a joint French and Spanish offensive. The king of ...
Egypt... ropean Union and its originally 12 Mediterranean Partners: Algeria, Cyprus,, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Malta, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, and the ...
FranceThe sustained popularity of the Tara King episodes inled to a 1975 French television advertisement for a brand of champagne wit ...
Iran... irected his emissaries to make arrangements to rescue Jewish teenagers fromand place them in foster homes within the Lubavitcher community in Brookly ...
Ethiopia... Éber Donn and Érimón. Míl had given Neferhotep military aid against ancientand was given Scota in marriage as a reward for his services. Writing in 1 ...
Sierra LeoneThere are 84 kilometres (52 mi) of railway in, of which all is of a narrow gauge, or . Sierra Leone no longer has any c ...
Pakistan... c language spoken in Azad Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan and Punjab provinces of. There are over 2 million Kashmiri speakers in Pakistan. Most of the Kash ...
Pakistan... ndence movement and developed into the driving force behind the creation ofin the Indian subcontinent
First Bulgarian Empire... he Germanisation of Austria, separated the northern and southern Slavs. Thewas founded in AD 681, the Slavic language Old Bulgarian became the main a ...
France... people in Cambodia, Canada, China, Côte d'Ivoire, Czech Republic, Finland,, Germany, Laos, Martinique, the Netherlands, New Caledonia, Norway, the P ...
Cameroon... razil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia,, Canada, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Chile, the People's ...
AustriaAs a result of Napoleon's victory overin the Battle of Austerlitz in 1805, the Holy Roman Empire was dissolved. ...
Indonesia... d stand-up comedy in Indonesia, Taufik Savalas was the second generation inand for the first time he also made a stand-up comedy show on Indonesian t ...
United Kingdom... nish for Sons of Cornwall) is a left-of-centre political party in Cornwall,. It primarily campaigns for devolution to Cornwall in the form of a Corni ...
NicaraguaAnother route established by Cornelius Vanderbilt in 1849 was across. The long San Juan River to the Atlantic Ocean helps drain the long Lake ...
NepalMt. Everest has two main climbing routes, the southeast ridge fromand the north ridge from Tibet, as well as many other less frequently clim ...
SamoaThe economy ofis dependent on agricultural exports, development aid and private family r ...
GermanOtto Wallach (27 March 1847 - 26 February 1931) was achemist and recipient of the 1910 Nobel prize in Chemistry for his work on ...
Finland... umbers of people in Cambodia, Canada, China, Côte d'Ivoire, Czech Republic,, France, Germany, Laos, Martinique, the Netherlands, New Caledonia, Norwa ...
Serbia... in the archaeological sites of Majdanpek, Yarmovac and Plocnik all three in. To date, the earliest copper smelting is found at the Belovode site, the ...
Suriname... ated approximately halfway between the Dutch colonies in South America (now) and the most important Dutch settlement in North America, New Amsterdam ...
Iceland... ts' to their citizens. Japan has issued such permits since 1986, Norway andwhale under objection to the moratorium and issue their own quotas. In 199 ...
Spanish Sahara... gan infiltrating Ifni and other enclaves of Spanish Morocco, as well as the. Initially, they received important backing from the Moroccan government. ...
Prussia... ielbank) was opened in the old Kurhaus. Gambling would later be outlawed byn authorities in 1872
Italy... Benning Wentworth in 1764 and settled in 1768, the town takes its name from's Piemonte. It had 426 residents in 1790, the year of the first census
Portugal... gree of authority, led to abuses against the African farm workers. Althoughofficially abolished slavery in 1876, the practice of forced paid labor co ...
Bangladesh... as founded by the All India Muhammadan Educational Conference at Dhaka (now), in 1906, in the context of the circumstances that were generated over t ...
Madagascar... oxide is converted to scandium fluoride and reduced with metallic calcium.and Iveland-Evje region in Norway have the only deposits of minerals with ...
Algeria... n complicity in a 1981 coup attempt and Mauritania's subsequent turn toward. Representatives from both sides initiated a series of low-level contacts ...
Syria... spensing economic aid to shore up the Kingdom of Jordan, and by encouraging's neighbors not to consider military operations against it. More dramatic ...
Germany... seven children, was born in the village of Bartholomä in Baden-Württemberg,. Her father, Helmut, was a pastor of the Evangelical Church in Germany. E ...
Slovakias economy increasingly resembles that of a so-called developed country. Wi ...
GermanSM U-19 was aType U 19 U-boat built for the Kaiserliche Marine. Her construction was or ...
Norway... tific Permits' to their citizens. Japan has issued such permits since 1986,and Iceland whale under objection to the moratorium and issue their own qu ...
Roman Empire... se roles, and their associations with scientific knowledge, spread with theand, with the spread of Christianity, became closely linked to religious i ...
BelgiumFile:Eyneburg_7.jpg|Detail from a 19th or 20th-century window in Eyneburg,, showing detailed polychrome painting of face
Algeria... r, when Benfica withdrew from the competition. In the First round they beatn club ES Sétif 5-3 on penalties after the two matches ended all square at ...
Spanish Morocco... o. In 1956, units of the Army began infiltrating Ifni and other enclaves of, as well as the Spanish Sahara. Initially, they received important backin ...
Latvia... ic languages are generally concentrated within the borders of Lithuania and, and in emigrant communities in the United States, Canada, Australia and ...
Qin Dynasty... d that their ancestors escaped to this place during the civil unrest of theand they themselves had not left since or had contact with anyone from the ...
Spain... t of Europe, especially the other Romance countries (most notably Italy and), and elsewhere such as Israel, where it is a native language to 5% of th ...
Finland... rway, it aired on the commercial channels TV3 and ZTV late at night, and in, on the free-to-air channel Nelonen (TV4). In Canada, Oz aired on the Sho ...
Prussia... sh-German army and their allied Dutch-Belgians, all stationed alongside then forces of Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher
Serbia... ublic, Georgia, Greece, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Russia,, Slovakia), as well as in parts of Western Europe (Belgium, France, Nethe ...
England... one hundred fifty thousand marks to obtain his release. Richard returned toin 1194 and died of a crossbow bolt wound in 1199 at the age of 41
Russia... arth mines in Bayan Obo, China and the apatite mines in the Kola peninsula,. In each case, scandium is a byproduct from the extraction of other eleme ...
San Marinois a small European republic, with limited public transport facilities. It ...
Japan... e and also member nations may issue 'Scientific Permits' to their citizens.has issued such permits since 1986, Norway and Iceland whale under objecti ...
BrazilHe worked for many years at Italian Embassy in
BurmaCicadas have been eaten in China, Malaysia,, Latin America, the Congo and in the United States. In North China, cicad ...
Egypt... n monastery3.jpg|Iconostasis and frescos from the Syrian Monastery, Scetes,File:St Barbara Church interior.jpg|Iconostasis at Saint Barbara Church, C ...
IndiaThe Ghaggar is another intermittent river in, flowing during the monsoon rains. It originates in the Shivalik Hills of ...
CanadianDonovan Bailey (born December 16, 1967) is a retiredsprinter, who once held the world record for the 100 metres race following ...
Cambodia... otswana, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burma, Burundi,, Cameroon, Canada, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Chile, the ...
Austria... ut the subsequent expansion of the Magyars, as well as the Germanisation of, separated the northern and southern Slavs. The First Bulgarian Empire wa ...
Czech Republic... by substantial numbers of people in Cambodia, Canada, China, Côte d'Ivoire,, Finland, France, Germany, Laos, Martinique, the Netherlands, New Caledon ...
Cyprus... the Holy Land. He sailed with the Venetian fleet under James Malatesta via. When he reached Jerusalem, he received a message from the Venetian senat ...
Canada... pularized both the legend and its new name, making it well known in westernbefore it gained popularity in the United States
German... feld, Germany – March 9, 1993 in Bloomington, Indiana, United States) was a-born American mathematician. He was an algebraist, group theorist, and nu ...
Cuba... nity was named for General William Rufus Shafter who commanded US Forces induring the Spanish-American War. Property was sold beginning in 1914 and t ...
MexicoIn that border area there was only one passable route between Arizona and, a passage known as Guadalupe Canyon. In August 1881, 15 Mexicans carryin ...
Northern Ireland... Fianna Fáil policy document calling for a withdrawal of British forces from. The document was an echo of Fianna Fáil's republican origins, and althou ...
Belgium... n left Vienna for what became known as the Waterloo Campaign. He arrived into take command of the British-German army and their allied Dutch-Belgians ...
Netherlands... nier Do 215 B was found largely intact in the shallow waters off Waddenzee,. This aircraft was flown by a Luftwaffe fighter ace Helmut Woltersdorf. O ...
New ZealandThe music of New Zealand is an expression of the culture of New Zealand .'s music is influenced by the culture of the indigenous Māori and immigran ...
Indonesia... ircraft exporters when it exported 19 KT-1B indigenous training aircraft toin 2003. Korean Aerospace Industries, the South Korean national aerospace ...
Lithuania... of modern Baltic languages are generally concentrated within the borders ofand Latvia, and in emigrant communities in the United States, Canada, Aust ...
Côte d'Ivoire... is also spoken by substantial numbers of people in Cambodia, Canada, China,, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Laos, Martinique, the Netherla ...
Western SaharaThe major issue in Morocco’s foreign relations is its claim to
Canada... late at night, and in Finland, on the free-to-air channel Nelonen (TV4). In, Oz aired on the Showcase Channel at 10 p.m. EST. In Denmark, it appeared ...
Germany... and 1928. Its monumental size is a reflection of the Allied victory against, and it is one of the largest university buildings in the city. The libra ...
MalaysiaCicadas have been eaten in China,, Burma, Latin America, the Congo and in the United States. In North China ...
AndorraSan Marino is the only surviving Italian city-state. Like, Liechtenstein and Monaco, it appears an anachronism, a reminder of the t ...
Russia... zech Republic, Georgia, Greece, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania,, Serbia, Slovakia), as well as in parts of Western Europe (Belgium, Franc ...
American Samoa... etween 35% and 40% of imports and purchasing 45%–50% of exports. Australia,, the United States, and Fiji also are important trading partners. Its mai ...
AlgeriaAs a result of’s continued support for the Polisario Front in the dispute over Western S ...
Brazil... man behaviour. It recreates the War of Canudos, an incident in 19th-centuryin which an armed millenarian cult held off a siege by the national army f ...
Niger... September 1932, being split up between the Côte d'Ivoire, French Sudan and. Côte d'Ivoire received the largest share, which contained most of the po ...
Israel... her Romance countries (most notably Italy and Spain), and elsewhere such as, where it is a native language to 5% of the population, and by many more ...
Canada... ue, Vietnamese is also spoken by substantial numbers of people in Cambodia,, China, Côte d'Ivoire, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Laos, Ma ...
France... 1976-1977, CTV in Canada, CBS in the United States (in 1978/79) and TF1 in(series 1 in 1976-1977 and series 2 in 1979). The final four episodes were ...
Mongolia... n China for the benefit of the puppet governments of Manchukuo, Nanjing and. This document corroborates evidence analyzed earlier by the Tokyo tribun ...
Egypt... bara Church interior.jpg|Iconostasis at Saint Barbara Church, Coptic Cairo,File:S F-E-CAMERON 2006-10-EGYPT-ASWAN-0179.JPG|Iconostasis at Archangel M ...
Angola... century, an internationally publicized controversy arose over charges thatn contract workers were being subjected to forced labor and unsatisfactory ...
Japan... Sino-Japanese War, The Qing empire ceded the island of Taiwan and Penghu toon 17 April 1895, according to the terms of the Treaty of Shimonoseki. The ...
Burundi... govina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burma,, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, ...
Cameroon... . They went out of the competition in the Quarter Final stage losing 4-1 toclub, Tonnerre Yaoundé. In 1992 they were again eliminated in the First ro ...
Morocco... (Berber: Aserdas n Uslelli, ) was a force fighting for the independence of. In 1956, units of the Army began infiltrating Ifni and other enclaves of ...
NorwayMadagascar and Iveland-Evje region inhave the only deposits of minerals with high scandium content, thortveitit ...
Germany... ommonwealth. France and Britain protested and developed new trade partners.developed a system of autarky
Netherlands... sterdam, Netherlands in June 1784, he had relatives in Uden, Noord Brabant,and apparently spent time there as a youth. He was highly educated and flu ...
France... was awarded the Grand Prix du Disque by the Charles Cros Academie in Paris,with Moğollar. The albums Automaton (Slave with Ewer Device), Binfen (feat ...
Greek state... k Diaspora, which corresponded to the Greek world until the creation of thein 1832. The sea and trade were natural outlets for Greeks since the Greek ...
CockaigneThe Land of(also Cockaygne, Cokaygne), was an imaginary land of idleness and luxury, ...
Israel... showed great solidarity with Egypt in its Camp David peace initiatives within the late 1970s. In 2008, Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif urged the ...
Lebanon... it. More dramatically, in July 1958, he sent 15,000 Marines and soldiers toas part of Operation Blue Bat, a non-combat peace-keeping mission to stabi ...
San Marino... plain its unusual characteristics as the sole remaining Italian city-state.is the only surviving Italian city-state. Like Andorra, Liechtenstein and ...
Portugal... Magnanimous, Port.: o Magnânimo (October 22, 1689 – July 31, 1750), King ofand the Algarves, was born John Francis Anthony of Braganza, in Portuguese ...
Romania... roatia, Czech Republic, Georgia, Greece, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro,, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia), as well as in parts of Western Europe (Belgiu ...
Moldova... performers of manele. Zdob şi Zdub, one of the most prominent rock bands in, although not Romanies themselves, draw heavily on Romani music, as do Sp ...
Balaton Principality... In this period, there existed central Slavic groups and states such as the, but the subsequent expansion of the Magyars, as well as the Germanisatio ...
Imperial Russianarmy forces used scorched earth strategy during its retreat in summer/autu ...
France... l facets. It is characterized by a large opening towards the outside world.remains the primary trade partner (supplier and customer) of Morocco. Fran ...
Cuba... aino people moved into the uninhabited southern Bahamas from Hispaniola andaround the 11th century AD. These people came to be known as the Lucayans. ...
United Kingdom... o criticise the British Royal Family, the importance of social class in the(particularly in the context of what he regards as a cynical, exploitative ...
Cambodia... e Ethnologue, Vietnamese is also spoken by substantial numbers of people in, Canada, China, Côte d'Ivoire, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, ...
Siam... la Loubère, who was Envoy Extraordinary from the French King to the King ofin 1687 and 1688, wrote an account entitled a "New Historical Relation of ...
Serbia... Istanbul – not near the Belgrade Gate, which is in the east, on the way to
France... nada later also forged closer economic links with the British Commonwealth.and Britain protested and developed new trade partners. Germany developed ...
Liberia... round, this time by Canon Yaoundé of Cameroon after beating LPRC Oilers ofin the Preliminary round
Carthage... ent Iran, ancient Egypt, ancient Nubia, and Anatolia (Turkey), Ancient Nok,, the Greeks and Romans of ancient Europe, medieval Europe, ancient and me ...
Spain... d, ultimately terminated in a favourable peace with France in 1713 and within 1715
Russia... fact that they had to pay taxes to three nation-states, Norway, Sweden and, as they crossed the borders of each of the respective countries followin ...
United Kingdom... east of Exmoor, is a phantom wild cat purported to live in Cornwall, in the. Bodmin Moor became a centre of these sightings with occasional reports o ...
SwedenIn the Netherlands, Oz aired on the commercial channel RTL 5. Inand Norway, it aired on the commercial channels TV3 and ZTV late at night, ...
Côte d'Ivoire... Niger to the east, Benin to the southeast, Togo and Ghana to the south, andto the southwest. The country's capital is Ouagadougou
Vatican City... tending no further than a cannon could fire from a city’s walls. Along withand Lesotho it is one of the three states surrounded by a single other cou ...
Hungary... the Suez Crisis. Simultaneously he condemned the brutal Soviet invasion ofin response to the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. Therefore he publicly dis ...
Vietnam... 6 submarines that were once planned for Venezuela are now being offered to
Brazil... mes the crown earned by exploring the newly found gold and diamond mines in. A fifth of each ton extracted from these mines was crown property, the r ...
Estonia... the beginnings of the fall of the Soviet Union, after a concert in Tallinn,, on November 15, 1988, Norman and his brother Charles, and the Finnish ba ...
Dominican Republic... there are also locations in the United Kingdom, Australia, Lebanon, Turkey,, Kuwait, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, ...
Lesotho... r than a cannon could fire from a city’s walls. Along with Vatican City andit is one of the three states surrounded by a single other country. San Ma ...
Japanwas the 27th emperor of, according to the traditional
GermanGudrun Ensslin (; 15 August 1940 – 18 October 1977) was a founder of themilitant group Red Army Faction (Rote Armee Fraktion, or RAF, also known a ...
South Africa... ited Nations Human Rights Council passed a landmark resolution initiated bysupporting LBGT rights (See Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity at the ...
Norway... Finland, France, Germany, Laos, Martinique, the Netherlands, New Caledonia,, the Philippines, the Russian Federation, Senegal, Taiwan, Thailand, the ...
Azores... e parents, Maria Manuela and António José Furtado, both immigrants from the. She was named after Soviet gymnast Nellie Kim. Her parents were born on ...
IcelandLangjökull (Icelandic for "long glacier") is the second largest ice cap in(953 km 2 ), after Vatnajökull. It is situated in the west of the Icelandi ...
Haiti... in the Atlantic Ocean north of Cuba and Hispaniola (Dominican Republic and), northwest of the Turks and Caicos Islands, and southeast of the United ...
Togo... ix countries: Mali to the north, Niger to the east, Benin to the southeast,and Ghana to the south, and Côte d'Ivoire to the southwest. The country's ...
Cuba... on the condition that he permanently return to Sicily, he secretly moved to, where he worked to resume control over American Mafia operations. Meyer ...
ScottishRobert Baillie (30 April 1602 – 1662) was adivine and historical writer
People's Republic of ChinaThere are disputes between the(PRC), Japan, and South Korea over the extent of their respective exclusiv ...
ScotlandHunter was born at Long Calderwood, now part of East Kilbride, Lanarkshire,the youngest of ten children. The date of his birth is uncertain. Robert C ...
Germany... roeffelbach Koptisches Kloster.jpg|Monastery of Saint Anthony, Kröffelbach,File:Frescos from the Wadi Natrun monastery3.jpg|Iconostasis and frescos f ...
France... ful campaigns that ensued, ultimately terminated in a favourable peace within 1713 and with Spain in 1715
Moroccan... in ancient times Badis or Bades, is a Spanish rock in North Africa off thecoast (Plazas de soberanía). It is part of several Peñones, or rock-fortre ...
JapanThere are disputes between the People's Republic of China (PRC),, and South Korea over the extent of their respective exclusive economic z ...
Czech Republic... rliest known shamans—dating to the Upper Paleolithic era in what is now the—were women
LiechtensteinSan Marino is the only surviving Italian city-state. Like Andorra,and Monaco, it appears an anachronism, a reminder of the times when Europe ...
ScotlandMatilda McDuck was born in Glasgow,in 1871 to Fergus McDuck and Downy O'Drake. She is the younger sister of S ...
Spain... wo hundred girls eventually made it from the local recall shows to Majorca,to get trained in singing, dancing, and fitness. While the judges continue ...
South Africa... Gandhi), had been a prominent leader of the Indian nationalist movement in, and had been a vocal opponent of basic discrimination and abusive labour ...
FinlandSpencer participated in the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki,, reaching the semi-finals in the 100 m freestyle (58.8 s heats, 58.9 s se ...
Spanish... ny and their Aleut seal and otter hunters, including Peter, was captured bysoldiers, while hunting illicitly for seals near San Pedro. According to t ...
Falkland Islands... such distant areas as Hawaii, Bermuda, Greenland, Tristan da Cunha and the
Lebanon... ates and Canada, there are also locations in the United Kingdom, Australia,, Turkey, Dominican Republic, Kuwait, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Ma ...
Ghana... ies: Mali to the north, Niger to the east, Benin to the southeast, Togo andto the south, and Côte d'Ivoire to the southwest. The country's capital is ...
Israel... of Egypt, the third Egyptian President Anwar Sadat's groundbreaking trip toin 1977, the 1978 Camp David Accords, and the 1979 Egypt-Israel Peace Trea ...
Andorra... unusual in that it is not the main language of any nation-state other than, but nonetheless has been able to compete and even gain speakers at the e ...
Carthage... ed to use this method to permanently destroy the Carthaginian capital city,(near modern-day Tunis). The buildings were torn down, their stones scatte ...
Dominican Republic... islets. It is located in the Atlantic Ocean north of Cuba and Hispaniola (and Haiti), northwest of the Turks and Caicos Islands, and southeast of th ...
Afghanistan... Pakistan, Ibne Sina Balkh Medical School in his native province of Balkh in, Ibni Sina Faculty Of Medicine of Ankara University Ankara, Turkey and Ib ...
Montenegro... Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Georgia, Greece, Republic of Macedonia,, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia), as well as in parts of Western Europ ...
Algeria... egiment and continued his military life until 1575, when he was captured byn corsairs. After five years he was released on ransom from his captors by ...
Republic... admitted to the patriciate under the Tarquins and in the early years of the. In any case, the distinction cannot have been based entirely on priority ...
Monaco... o is the only surviving Italian city-state. Like Andorra, Liechtenstein and, it appears an anachronism, a reminder of the times when Europe — particu ...
Cape Verde... ssalam, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada,, Central African Republic, Chad, Chile, the People's Republic of China, C ...
Netherlands... e d'Ivoire, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Laos, Martinique, the, New Caledonia, Norway, the Philippines, the Russian Federation, Senegal, ...
Italy... and 1945, Benito Mussolini's Fascist government forced minorities living into assume the Italian language and culture, and worked to erase any traces ...
Scotland... rom 1900; an example is on display in the Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh,
Lithuania... Massacre." The question of whether there was some coordination between then and Ukrainian militias remains (i.e. collaborating for a joint assault i ...
Republic of ChinaAfter World War II, after thetook over Taiwan, Lee enrolled in the National Taiwan University, where in ...
Somalia... n powder and pistachio nuts from Persia; frankincense, aloes and myrrh from; sandalwood from India; glass bottles from Egypt, and other expensive and ...
Cuba... 000 islands, cays, and islets. It is located in the Atlantic Ocean north ofand Hispaniola (Dominican Republic and Haiti), northwest of the Turks and ...
Canada... nei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon,, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Chile, the People's Republic ...
Fiji... d in 2000, as visitors to the South Pacific avoided the political strife inby traveling to Samoa instead
CanadaIn the years prior to 1776, most of the Loyalists in Tryon County fled to. In 1784, following the peace treaty that ended the American Revolutionar ...
Sikkim... ce there and directing its civil administration. When the Druk Desi invadedin 1770, Cooch Behari forces joined their Bhutanese counterparts in the of ...
Italy... s exile, Luciano used to meet US military men during train trips throughout, and he enjoyed being recognized by his countrymen and tourists, taking p ...
Martinique... nada, China, Côte d'Ivoire, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Laos,, the Netherlands, New Caledonia, Norway, the Philippines, the Russian Fed ...
SloveniaProtected areas ofinclude national parks, regional parks, and landscape parks. Under the Wil ...
Mexico... the United Kingdom, Australia, Lebanon, Turkey, Dominican Republic, Kuwait,, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines ...
Benin... a. It is surrounded by six countries: Mali to the north, Niger to the east,to the southeast, Togo and Ghana to the south, and Côte d'Ivoire to the so ...
Scotland... n nowadays Scotland were known as Scoti. The Romans in the Middle Ages knewas Caledonia
Kenya... r the poaching of elephants and the impact it was having on the wildlife of. The department was replaced by Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) in 1990, and ...
Jordan... e doctrine in 1957–58 by dispensing economic aid to shore up the Kingdom of, and by encouraging Syria's neighbors not to consider military operations ...
Luxembourg... s was extended to include Lorraine, including Nancy, and the Grand Duchy of. The commander was General der Infanterie Walther Schroth
Niger... untry in west Africa. It is surrounded by six countries: Mali to the north,to the east, Benin to the southeast, Togo and Ghana to the south, and Côte ...
Austria... e Magdalena of the Palatinate-Neuburg, thus strengthening the alliance with
Republic of Macedonia... astern Europe (Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Georgia, Greece,, Montenegro, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia), as well as in parts of W ...
People's Republic of ChinaThecontrols most of the province, and divides it into nine prefecture-level d ...
Japan, also known as Senkwa, was the 28th emperor of, according to the traditional
SpainFrom 1904 until 1975,occupied the entire territory, which is divided into a northern portion, t ...
New ZealandWildside Records is an independentrecord label, owned and run by former Rip It Up magazine editor, Murray Ca ...
Germany... in Cambodia, Canada, China, Côte d'Ivoire, Czech Republic, Finland, France,, Laos, Martinique, the Netherlands, New Caledonia, Norway, the Philippine ...
Canada... ed online exhibition explores the international origins of the societies ofand the United States and commemorates the 400th anniversary of three last ...
Greece... ns and Eastern Europe (Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Georgia,, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia), a ...
NorwayIn the Netherlands, Oz aired on the commercial channel RTL 5. In Sweden and, it aired on the commercial channels TV3 and ZTV late at night, and in Fi ...
Roman Empire... an satirists are Horace and Juvenal, who wrote during the early days of the. Other important satirists in ancient Latin are Lucilius and Persius. Sat ...
Laos... ia, Canada, China, Côte d'Ivoire, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany,, Martinique, the Netherlands, New Caledonia, Norway, the Philippines, the ...
Italy... . Most tourists who arrive by air land at Rimini's international airport in, and then make the transfer by bus
Kuwait... ions in the United Kingdom, Australia, Lebanon, Turkey, Dominican Republic,, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Phi ...
Mali... is a landlocked country in west Africa. It is surrounded by six countries:to the north, Niger to the east, Benin to the southeast, Togo and Ghana to ...
SpainIt is assumed that Miguel de Cervantes was born in Alcalá de Henares,. The exact date of his birth is not known, but it is probable that he was ...
American Samoa... eceived 122,000 visitors in 2007. About 40% came from New Zealand, 21% fromand 7% from the United States. Samoans living overseas accounted for more ...
The Russian Federation... 1982 the IWC adopted a moratorium on commercial whaling. Currently, Japan,and a number of other nations oppose this moratorium. The IWC allows non-z ...
SlovakiaSince the establishment of the Slovak Republic in January 1993,has undergone a transition from a centrally planned economy to a free mark ...
kingdom of the Franks... e-emerged as the seat of a county and an archdiocese within the Merovingian, but royal Frankish power was never strong. The city started to play a re ...
Iran... olocaust. Hundreds of Jewish children from Tehran and other major cities inwere flown from Tehran to New York with the help of Schneerson's emissarie ...
Strathclyde... dependently, in 973 forming a defensive pact with the Kings of Scotland and. In 1095, the King of Mann and the Isles Godred Crovan was killed by Magn ...
Denmark... ed woodland more. Another study showed that a single population breeding inactually wintered in two separate and different areas
Egypt... ingdoms and empires of the Middle East and Near East, ancient Iran, ancient, ancient Nubia, and Anatolia (Turkey), Ancient Nok, Carthage, the Greeks ...
Vanuatu... the Russian Federation, Senegal, Taiwan, Thailand, the United Kingdom, and
SwissJohann Georg Baiter (May 31, 1801 – October 10, 1877) was aphilologist and textual critic
Scotland... ine form of Scoti) during this Epoch. The settlers from Ireland in nowadayswere known as Scoti. The Romans in the Middle Ages knew Scotland as Caledo ...
Republic of India... -General of the independent Union of India (1947–48), from which the modernwould emerge in 1950. From 1954 until 1959 he was the First Sea Lord, a po ...
Burkina FasoDuality and bisexuality are also found in the shamans of(Africa). References to this can be found in several works of Malidoma Som ...
Gododdin... ming from the Brythonic exiles of the old British kingdom, operating out of. After he had defeated the remaining Brythonic population of the area, he ...
Afghanistan... erations (PSOs). Slovakia committed to increase the number of its troops into around 500 men by the end of 2010. Slovak troops are deployed in Southe ...
Cambodia... ustro-Asiatic language family (a family that also includes Khmer, spoken in, as well as various tribal and regional languages, such as the Munda and ...
CyprusFredric Hasselquist, in his travels in Asia Minor, Egypt,and Palestine in the 18th century, came across the Egyptian or hairy cucum ...
BelgianMichael Baius (1513 – September 16, 1589) was atheologian. He came up with the school of thought Baianism
People's Republic of China... the normalization of diplomatic relations between the United States and thein 1979. The usual presentation of Chinese names in English differs from t ...
Thailand... lness or worth. The term derives from the story that the kings of Siam (now) were accustomed to make a present of one of these animals to courtiers w ...
France... tery and used for food production in Great Britain, Ireland, or Austria. Insuch a supporting satellite farm, often a replica on a reduced scale of th ...
Uttar Pradesh... e minded political parties and formed governments in various states such as, Delhi and others. The party was in the forefront during the agitation ag ...
Iran... and medieval kingdoms and empires of the Middle East and Near East, ancient, ancient Egypt, ancient Nubia, and Anatolia (Turkey), Ancient Nok, Cartha ...
Lebanon... up by the Democratic Unionist Party), from a shipment of arms imported fromin 1988. The weapons landed included rocket launchers, 200 rifles, 90 pist ...
Britain... ally as "belligerents"; and they limited the US government's ability to aidagainst Nazi Germany
Bermuda... islands were mostly deserted from 1513 to 1648, when English colonists fromsettled on the island of Eleuthera
Japan, also known as Ninken-okimi, was the 24th emperor of, according to the traditional
EgyptFile:Deir as Suriani.jpg|Syrian Monastery, Scetes,File:Monastery of Abu Mena (03-2009).jpg|Monastery of Saint Mina, Western ...
Soviet UnionIn 1980, the former, which then ruled his birthplace Bukhara, celebrated the thousandth anniv ...
Netherlands... that CompuData decided to license the design for local construction in the. They built the machine for several years before developing their own 16- ...
Norway... ann, the epithet of the tenth-century king Harald I of Denmark and parts ofwho united dissonant Danish tribes into a single kingdom. The implication ...
Kingdom of JerusalemAyyubid Sultan Saladin had conquered most of the Frankish, including the ancient city itself, in 1187. The Kingdom had been establi ...
Japan... ation and study. The reign of Emperor Kimmei (509–571), the 29th emperor ofaccording to the traditional order of succession, is the first for which c ...
CanadaIn the early 1920s, when Moses Jackson was dying in, Housman wanted to assemble his best unpublished poems so that Jackson co ...
American SamoaExports – partners:, Australia, New Zealand, United States, German
Indonesia... ain Arne Rinnan, a diplomatic dispute brewed between Australia, Norway, andafter Tampa rescued 438 Afghans from a distressed fishing vessel in intern ...
United Kingdom... ay, the Philippines, the Russian Federation, Senegal, Taiwan, Thailand, the, and Vanuatu
Japan... taken by the aboriginal Taiwanese Paiwan people in Mutan village (牡丹社), theese sought to use this incident as a pretext to have the Qing formally ack ...
SwazilandThe military ofis used primarily during domestic protests, with some border and customs d ...
Chile... di, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad,, the People's Republic of China, Colombia, Comoros, Democratic Republic o ...
Czech Republic... us countries in the Balkans and Eastern Europe (Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia,, Georgia, Greece, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Russia, Ser ...
Liberia... hway will cross Sierra Leone, connecting it to Conakry (Guinea), Monrovia (), and 11 other nations of the Economic Community of West African States ( ...
Malaysia... its title and subject matter not being halal, Babe was initially banned in, although the ruling was overturned almost a year later and the film was ...
EgyptFredric Hasselquist, in his travels in Asia Minor,, Cyprus and Palestine in the 18th century, came across the Egyptian or ha ...
Normandy... III, whom he afterwards libelled. He lived partly in Provence and partly infor many years after this event; but very little is known of his life duri ...
RepublicIn the beginning of the, all priesthoods were closed to non-patricians. There was a belief that p ...
Austria-Hungary... gdom of Poland (Królestwo Regencyjne) was recreated by Imperial Germany andon formerly Russian-controlled territory. This new puppet state existed un ...
Croatia... in various countries in the Balkans and Eastern Europe (Albania, Bulgaria,, Czech Republic, Georgia, Greece, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Roma ...
Japan... from the mine is now shipped by rail to Seattle, where it is transported tofor smelting. The dramatic increase in demand for copper in 2005 has once ...
KuwaitDuring his infant years, Hislop lived in Nigeria,, Saudi Arabia and Hong Kong. On his return to Britain he was educated at ...
NetherlandsIn the, Oz aired on the commercial channel RTL 5. In Sweden and Norway, it aired ...
German... niel Niklaus Chodowiecki (16 October 1726 – 7 February 1801) was a Polish -painter and printmaker with Huguenot ancestry, who is most famous as an et ...
United KingdomIn 1897 Berliner opened up hisbranch in London. This was called The Gramophone Company, then from 1900 T ...
Sicily... ich says that Orion was responsible for the present shape of the Straits of
Spain... neighbors after the Crisis of Succession (1580) and short-lived union with(1580-1640). His foreign policy followed two simple and unaltered rules: p ...
Benelux... iterate them. To this end, they ravaged the countryside of what are now thecountries and France. This did cause immense problems for the Romans, but ...
Egypt... hower forced an end to the combined British, French and Israeli invasion ofin response to the Suez Crisis. Simultaneously he condemned the brutal Sov ...
Saudi ArabiaDuring his infant years, Hislop lived in Nigeria, Kuwait,and Hong Kong. On his return to Britain he was educated at Ardingly Colleg ...
Dominican Republic... individual. Based on the dictatorship of Rafael Trujillo, who governed thefrom 1930 until his assassination in 1961, the novel has three main strand ...
Norway... , under Captain Arne Rinnan, a diplomatic dispute brewed between Australia,, and Indonesia after Tampa rescued 438 Afghans from a distressed fishing ...
Mauritania... ritory—an area of wasteland and desert bordering the Atlantic Ocean betweenand Morocco—is contested by Morocco and the Polisario (an independence mov ...
India... dary accounts link the origin of Shaolinquan to the spread of Buddhism fromduring the early 5th century AD, with the figure of Bodhidharma, to China
Germany... ca is a town in the district of Minden-Lübbecke, in North Rhine-Westphalia,. The name “Porta Westfalica” is Latin and means “gate to Westphalia”. Com ...
Thailand... aledonia, Norway, the Philippines, the Russian Federation, Senegal, Taiwan,, the United Kingdom, and Vanuatu
Austria-Hungary... ranz Joseph made a deal with Hungarian nobles, which led to the creation ofthrough the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867. The western half of the r ...
Italy... e was that of a member of the Praetorian guard in Quo Vadis, a film shot in, in 1951. During the 1950s and part of the 1960s, Spencer appeared in som ...
NigeriaDuring his infant years, Hislop lived in, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Hong Kong. On his return to Britain he was educ ...
Hungarian Soviet Republic... ch 1919 when Communists took power, Polanyi returned to medicine. After thewas overthrown, Polanyi, although he had refused to serve in the Red Army, ...
Spanish... ssionaries operating in the north. He is purported to have been captured bysoldiers near San Pedro (Pacifica, California) and tortured and killed at ...
Italy... rule over "the city of Rome and all the provinces, districts, and cities ofand the Western regions" to Sylvester and his successors. In the High Midd ...
Portugaland Spain passed an agreement in 1496 in which they effectively establishe ...
Japan... e East China Sea is bounded on the east by Kyūshū and the Ryukyu Islands of, on the south by the island of Taiwan, and on the west by mainland China ...
Philippines... nce, Germany, Laos, Martinique, the Netherlands, New Caledonia, Norway, the, the Russian Federation, Senegal, Taiwan, Thailand, the United Kingdom, a ...
United Kingdom... eld hypothesis suggests the possibility that alien big cats at large in thecould have been imported as part of private collections or zoos, later esc ...
Egypt... onastery of Abu Mena (03-2009).jpg|Monastery of Saint Mina, Western Desert,File:Kroeffelbach Koptisches Kloster.jpg|Monastery of Saint Anthony, Kröff ...
PolishDaniel Niklaus Chodowiecki (16 October 1726 – 7 February 1801) was a- German painter and printmaker with Huguenot ancestry, who is most famous ...
Kuwait... ive years across the Persian Gulf region including Qatar, Bahrain, Oman and
SpainPortugal andpassed an agreement in 1496 in which they effectively established their zo ...
Central African Republic... aria, Burkina Faso, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Cape Verde,, Chad, Chile, the People's Republic of China, Colombia, Comoros, Democrat ...
Solomon IslandsThis article is about the demographic features of the population of the, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the ...
Brazil... eland, where the series aired on free-to-air channel TG4 at 11 p.m.; and in, where it was aired by the SBT Network Corporation, also late at night
Senegal... etherlands, New Caledonia, Norway, the Philippines, the Russian Federation,, Taiwan, Thailand, the United Kingdom, and Vanuatu
Cyprus... (effectively ethnic Greeks) into the borders of the modern Greek state and. Other ethnic Greek populations can be found from southern Italy to the C ...
Western Sahara... th Spain, Algeria, and other Maghreb nations. The issue of sovereignty overremains unresolved. The territory—an area of wasteland and desert borderin ...
Israel... The new Islamic government in Iran was vocally opposed to the existence ofand created a genuine concern in world Jewish circles by accusing many in ...
Somalia... ps who we see are not able to adopt in Norway"; which included countries as, Afghanistan and Pakistan. It also reject that asylum seekers are allowed ...
Iraq... help them in time of crisis should prevail and guide the Egyptian action in, despite the fact that the Iraqis do not agree
Sweden... ounded in 1882 by Olof Bergstrom, a native of Hassela, in Gävleborg County,. After coming to America from Sweden in 1881, Bergstrom worked for a time ...
Thailand... ion reverted to normal within one week. Another example is when vehicles income to Malaysia to smuggle cheap petrol and diesel out of the country. Th ...
Swazilandalso maintains a small air wing, part of the Umbutfo Swaziland Defence For ...
Saudi ArabiaMorocco maintains close relations withand the Persian Gulf states, which have provided Morocco with substantial ...
Afghanistan... of Sindh in 1843 and Punjab in 1849 to minimize the influence of Persia andon the regions that now make up Pakistan and integrate these regions with ...
UK... the British PGA on the East Course, Wentworth Club, Virginia Water, Surrey,. The first competition took place in 1927 at the Worcester Country Club, ...
Italy... reece, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Brazil and the show was quite popular inwhere it was shown in Sunday prime time. All seasons had been shown in Spa ...
Moldavia... he strategy was widely used in the Romanian Principalities of Wallachia and. Prince Mircea I of Wallachia used it against the Ottomans in 1395 and pr ...
Israel... inciples, Morocco accelerated its economic ties and political contacts with. In September 1994, Morocco and Israel announced the opening of bilateral ...
Cyprus... massed for the crusade. It was soon discovered that Isaac Dukas Comnenus ofhad seized the treasure. The young women were unharmed. Richard entered Li ...
Indonesia... can Republic, Kuwait, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand,, the Philippines, Japan, China, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Ar ...
SwedenIn Denmark, Norway,and other Nordic countries, the term fimbulvinter is still used to refer t ...
Hong KongStand-up comedy in China is an emerging art form.is the only city in China to offer a fulltime comedy club, The TakeOut Com ...
Philippines... uwait, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the, Japan, China, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, BahrainHong ...
Sicily... nt from its current shape. During the last Ice Age, the islands of Elba andwere connected to the mainland. The Adriatic Sea was far smaller, as it st ...
NorwayIn Denmark,, Sweden and other Nordic countries, the term fimbulvinter is still used t ...
Israel... eened uncensored on the free-to-air channel, SBS. This was also the case in, where Oz was displayed on the free-to-air commercial Channel 2; in Italy ...
Puerto Rico... claims, and never settled the Territory. In 1508 Juan Ponce de León settled, and reports in Spanish journals suggested that the settlement used the V ...
England... orn in 1530. He belonged to a branch of the Clan McDuck that had settled in
Egypt... ties of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) monitoring local elections in. LaHood's son is the Egypt director of the International Republican Insti ...
SwitzerlandSan Marino has had a long standing of neutrality, preceding that ofby several centuries
Belize... , Azerbaijan, The Bahamas, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium,, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei ...
NorwegianBjørnstjerne Martinius Bjørnson (8 December 1832 – 26 April 1910) was awriter and the 1903 Nobel Prize in Literature laureate. Bjørnson is consid ...
Bulgaria... d students in various countries in the Balkans and Eastern Europe (Albania,, Croatia, Czech Republic, Georgia, Greece, Republic of Macedonia, Montene ...
DenmarkIn, Norway, Sweden and other Nordic countries, the term fimbulvinter is stil ...
Germany... and District") is a Kreis (district) in the east of North Rhine-Westphalia,. Neighboring districts are Soest, Paderborn, Höxter, Waldeck-Frankenberg, ...
Spain... taly where it was shown in Sunday prime time. All seasons had been shown in, Israel, Slovakia,and Switzerland but in a very untimely schedule that pr ...
Philippines... ang Jingwei government (30 November 1940), Thailand (5 August 1941) and the(1943)—all under Japanese control
Bangladesh... and arguably most famous building, the National Assembly Building of Dhaka,was completed. The building's use of open spaces and groundbreaking geomet ...
SwedenGothenburg, Nebraska is named after Gothenburg,and is noted for its Swedish heritage. Gothenburg, Nebraska, and Gothenbur ...
Schwyz... y became an important direct route through the mountains. Uri (in 1231) and(in 1240) were accorded the Reichsfreiheit to grant the empire direct cont ...
Kuwait... onal coalition and deployed 35,000 Egyptian troops against Iraq to liberate. The Egyptian contingent was one of the largest in the coalition forces, ...
Latin EmpireThe crusaders established the(1204–1261) and other "Latin" states in the Byzantine lands they conquered ...
Slovakia... as shown in Sunday prime time. All seasons had been shown in Spain, Israel,,and Switzerland but in a very untimely schedule that prevented a wide aud ...
Venezuela... on in open, low vegetation habitats, such as savanna and ranch land, and in, South Africa and Trinidad and Tobago it is described as being particular ...
Qatar... ailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, Japan, China, the United Arab Emirates,, Saudi Arabia, BahrainHong Kong (2006–2008), and
RussiaSergei Bodrov Jr. (; December 27, 1971 – September 20, 2002) was an actor who had lead roles in the movies Brother, Prisoner of the Mountain ...
Italy... o, 23-June-2007.jpg|Coptic Iconostasis, San Pietro Celestino Church, Milan,File:Coptic Bible.JPG|Prayer book, known as Book of Psalmodies, written in ...
Swedish... ilsson, Countess de Casa Miranda, (20 August 1843 - 20 November 1921) was aoperatic soprano. She possessed a brilliant bel canto technique and was co ...
France... ionary for promoting drug use. Cleaver later left Algeria and spent time in
Afghanistan... see are not able to adopt in Norway"; which included countries as Somalia,and Pakistan. It also reject that asylum seekers are allowed stay in Norwa ...
India... r he faced protests and partial ban on his film Fanaa but prime minister of, Dr. Manmohan Singh supported him by saying Everyone has the freedom of e ...
Italy... Israel, where Oz was displayed on the free-to-air commercial Channel 2; in, where it was aired on the free-to-air Italia 1; in the United Kingdom, w ...
United Arab Emirates... th Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, Japan, China, the, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, BahrainHong Kong (2006–2008), and
Japan... Future Organization) and creator of the popular monthly DJ event, in Beppu,as well as nu-jazz artists, , , and have brought great change to the tradi ...
SerbiaIn Austria, the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand byn nationalist insurgents (The Black Hand) is blamed for igniting World War ...
Israel... ere it was shown in Sunday prime time. All seasons had been shown in Spain,, Slovakia,and Switzerland but in a very untimely schedule that prevented ...
Vatican City... ing the security of the Apostolic Palace and access to the entrances to the. Its official language is Swiss German. It serves as the de facto, if not ...
United Kingdom... road term used to distinguish the forms of the English language used in thefrom forms used elsewhere. The Oxford English Dictionary applies the term ...
EnglandNorwich ( , RP ) is a city on the River Wensum in. It is the regional administrative centre and county town of Norfolk. Dur ...
JapanJ-pop, an abbreviation forese pop, is a loosely-defined musical genre that entered the musical mains ...
Croatia... 40), Bulgaria (10 May 1941), Finland (18 July 1941), Denmark (August 1941),(2 August 1941)—all controlled or influenced by Japan's ally Germany—as we ...
Grand Duchy of Lithuania... Nations" and including a hypothetical multinational successor state to the) was incompatible, at the time of rising national movements, with his ass ...
Austria... rs at the Congress of Vienna . Four days later, the United Kingdom, Russia,, and Prussia mobilised armies to defeat Napoleon. Napoleon knew that once ...
Roman... clining at a symposium while another shows a young man diving into the sea.wall paintings, such as those at the magnificent Villa dei Misteri (1st ce ...
Albania... dren, and students in various countries in the Balkans and Eastern Europe (, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Georgia, Greece, Republic of Macedoni ...
Switzerland... unday prime time. All seasons had been shown in Spain, Israel, Slovakia,andbut in a very untimely schedule that prevented a wide audience
Saudi Arabia... Indonesia, the Philippines, Japan, China, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar,, BahrainHong Kong (2006–2008), and
ScottishIn December 1999, Judd became engaged toracing driver Dario Franchitti, who was at the time driving in Champ Car W ...
United Kingdom... Channel 2; in Italy, where it was aired on the free-to-air Italia 1; in the, where Channel 4 aired the show late at night; in Ireland, where the seri ...
Iran... onflicts and operations across the world, including Operation Eagle Claw in, the Gulf War, and more recently in Iraq and Afghanistan
Belgium... , Austria, Azerbaijan, The Bahamas, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus,, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil ...
Egypt... es (including Benjamin) is that they were the only Israelites which went toand returned, while the main Israelite tribes simply emerged as a subcultu ...
Italy... h Ballhead' (late, round-headed), 'Cuor di Bue Grosso' (conical heads, from), 'Copenhagen Market Cabbage' (large round heads, from ), and 'Mammoth Re ...
Elmet... ic population of the area, he was then drawn towards similar subjugation of(a Cumbric speaking territory which once existed in the modern-day West Ri ...
Russia... the powers at the Congress of Vienna . Four days later, the United Kingdom,, Austria, and Prussia mobilised armies to defeat Napoleon. Napoleon knew ...
England... he Renaissance, which first began to quantify large-scale trade accurately.began the first large-scale and integrative approach to mercantilism durin ...
Roman Empire... atrician status still carried a degree of prestige at the time of the early, and Roman emperors routinely elevated their supporters to the patrician ...
Pakistan... e to adopt in Norway"; which included countries as Somalia, Afghanistan and. It also reject that asylum seekers are allowed stay in Norway on humanit ...
Brazil... Island until about 1810. The total slave trade to islands in the Caribbean,, Mexico and to the United States is estimated to have involved 12 million ...
AfghanistanMany Persian speaking refugees, Dari and Tajiks, fromhave settled in Pakistan permanently. There are also Tajiks refugees from ...
Sicily... In July 1190, Richard and Philip set out jointly from Marseille, France for. Philip II had hired a Genoese fleet to transport his army which consiste ...
Scotland... he Scottish Wars of Independence, when Ireland was called Scotia Maior, andScotia Minor. Scotland takes its name from Scotus which in Latin translate ...
India... t Europe, medieval Europe, ancient and medieval China, ancient and medieval, ancient and medieval Japan, amongst others. Many applications, practices ...
Sicily... ound during recent excavations of sites in Philistia by the Palestine Fund., ever since P. Orsi excavated the Sicel cemetery near Lentini in 1877, ha ...
Moldavia... ry of present-day Romania from before the founding of the principalities ofand Wallachia in 13th–14th century, until it was abolished in stages durin ...
Germany... mund peninsula, in the northeast of Rügen island in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern,. It is famous for the largest chalk cliffs of Germany, the so called Köni ...
Kazakhstan... Shan mountains through Turpan, Talgar and Almaty (in what is now southeast). The routes split again west of Kashgar, with a southern branch heading ...
England... of Lansdowne (or Lansdown) was fought on 5 July 1643, near Bath, southwest. Although the Royalists under Lord Hopton forced the Parliamentarians und ...
Sweden... nous people inhabiting Sápmi, which today encompasses parts of far northern, Norway, Finland, the Kola Peninsula of Russia, and the border area betwe ...
Algeria... ged with attempted murder, he jumped bail to flee to Cuba and later went to. Following Timothy Leary's Weather Underground assisted prison escape, Le ...
French IndochineseChữ nho was still in use on early North Vietnamese and latebanknotes issued after World War II but fell out of official use shortly t ...
Iraq... ush and the Iraq War, coming into conflict with Rachel Moyal, who served inas a combat medic for the U.S. Army. 's Dunbar Flinn angered Parisa Montaz ...
Puerto Rico... ed Kingdom, Australia, Lebanon, Turkey, Dominican Republic, Kuwait, Mexico,, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, Japan, Chin ...
Laos... itization in the next administration. Eisenhower told Kennedy he consideredto be "the cork in the bottle" in regards to the regional threat
Montenegro... emerged to arrange a "Revenge Match of the 20th century" against Spassky inand Belgrade; this was a rematch of the 1972 World Championship. At the ti ...
French PolynesiaOn September 14, 2007, Oscar Temaru, 63, was elected president offor the 3rd time in 3 years (with 27 of 44 votes cast in Tahiti assembly). ...
Cuba... cers were injured. Charged with attempted murder, he jumped bail to flee toand later went to Algeria. Following Timothy Leary's Weather Underground a ...
Scottish... inburgh merchant and burgess. He is, however, most famous as a collector ofpoems. He was a native of Angus. He compiled an anthology of the poetry of ...
Thailand... g in the more temperate parts of its winter range, such as the mountains ofand in central Argentina
Northern Ireland... eople from some parts of northern Britain (and especially Scotland) or from, whereas in Southern England and Wales, little is used predominantly. Nev ...
Ecuador... resentatives from Indian groups from all over the hemisphere, met in Quito,, at the first Intercontinental Gathering of Indigenous People in the Amer ...
Israel... bdel-Nasser to Anwar Sadat and the emerging peace process between Egypt and. Sadat realized that reaching a settlement of the Arab-Israeli conflict i ...
Thailand... hich of course can lead to jokes when foreigners are seen eating a guava in. Farang khi nok is a particular variety of guava, feijoa. Avaricious West ...
Japan... ncient and medieval China, ancient and medieval India, ancient and medieval, amongst others. Many applications, practices, and devices associated or ...
Sicily... 1 – 23 September 1835) was a Italian opera composer. A native of Catania in, his greatest works are I Capuleti ed i Montecchi (1830), La sonnambula ( ...
Norway... ple inhabiting Sápmi, which today encompasses parts of far northern Sweden,, Finland, the Kola Peninsula of Russia, and the border area between south ...
Canada... w. In common law countries it is only a crime if made so by legislation. In, for example, voyeurism was not a crime when the case Frey v. Fedoruk et ...
Iran... to the east, west, and north. Urban civilization, which includes modern-day, Afghanistan, and Pakistan, may have begun as early as 3000 to 2000 BC. A ...
United Kingdom... , Risca.jpg|Iconostasis, Saint Mary & Saint Mercurius Church, Risca, Wales,File:9193 - Milano - San Pietro Celestino Interno - Foto Giovanni Dall'Ort ...
Russian Empire... e Partitions of Poland, most of the Baltic lands were under the rule of the, where the native languages were sometimes prohibited from being written ...
Ethiopia... an alphabets. The Ge'ez alphabet, used for writing the Semitic languages ofand Eritrea, is technically an abugida — a modified abjad in which vowels ...
Roman Republic... ication. As civil rights for plebeians increased during the middle and late, many plebeian families had attained wealth and power while some traditio ...
Bhutan... he Bahamas, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Benin,, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bu ...
Mauritius... r, French entrepreneurs shipped vanilla beans to the islands of Réunion andin hopes of producing vanilla there. After Edmond Albius discovered how to ...
Pakistan... ersian speaking refugees, Dari and Tajiks, from Afghanistan have settled inpermanently. There are also Tajiks refugees from Tajikistan that have sett ...
Hungary... "acoustic-mechanical speech machine" by Wolfgang von Kempelen of Pressburg,, described in a 1791 paper. This machine added models of the tongue and l ...
Scotland... ependence, when Ireland was called Scotia Maior, and Scotland Scotia Minor.takes its name from Scotus which in Latin translates into Irishman (mascul ...
Denmark... about 90%, from 1,000 to 100 a month, the standards then said to be used inand Finland, although less than 100 a year was proposed in 2008. In 2008, ...
Pakistan... north. Urban civilization, which includes modern-day Iran, Afghanistan, and, may have begun as early as 3000 to 2000 BC. Archaeological finds indicat ...
Sikkim... -Tibetan force sought to destroy Nyingmapa refugees who had fled to Bhutan,, and Nepal. The Mongols had seized control of religious and civil power i ...
GibraltarInitially he served in, Ceylon, Hong Kong, and India. After returning to Great Britain, Dowding ...
Italy... command of the army of the Alps, formed in 1848 - 1849 to observe events in. He died in Paris in 1849
Finland... biting Sápmi, which today encompasses parts of far northern Sweden, Norway,, the Kola Peninsula of Russia, and the border area between south and midd ...
Eritrea... The Ge'ez alphabet, used for writing the Semitic languages of Ethiopia and, is technically an abugida — a modified abjad in which vowels are notated ...
Finland... rom 1,000 to 100 a month, the standards then said to be used in Denmark and, although less than 100 a year was proposed in 2008. In 2008, the party w ...
Scotland... written by some people from some parts of northern Britain (and especially) or from Northern Ireland, whereas in Southern England and Wales, little ...
German... ffective head of the Wagner family from 1930 to 1945, and a close friend ofchancellor Adolf Hitler
CanadianMount Allison University (also Mount A or MTA) is a primarily undergraduateliberal arts and science university situated in Sackville, New Brunswick. ...
Pakistan... nently. There are also Tajiks refugees from Tajikistan that have settled in
Bermuda... grant, this bird has occurred as a vagrant to such distant areas as Hawaii,, Greenland, Tristan da Cunha and the Falkland Islands
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Tajikistan... n have settled in Pakistan permanently. There are also Tajiks refugees fromthat have settled in Pakistan
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United KingdomThere are slight regional variations in formal written English in the. For example, although the words and little are interchangeable in some c ...
Former Han DynastySima and his father were both court astrologers (taishi) 太史 in the. At that time, the astrologer had an important role, responsible for inte ...
Canada... ir former homes in what became the United States of America, often going to
United Kingdom... entre opened in May 2000. It was the first urban project of its kind in the
Italy... to, 23-Jun-2007.jpg|Coptic Iconostasis, San Pietro Celestino Church, Milan,File:9194 - Milano - San Pietro Celestino Interno - Foto giovanni Dall'Ort ...
French IndochinaThe region was seized by the French by 1874 and became part ofin 1887. Two other Vietnamese regions, Cochinchina (Nam Kỳ) in the South a ...
Spain... capital of the comarca of Montsià, in the province of Tarragona, Catalonia,, one hundred km south of Barcelona on the Mediterranean Coast
Fiji... orkers and indigenous Melanesians. During the 1860s, planters in Australia,, New Caledonia, and the Samoan Islands, in need of labourers, encouraged ...
Thailand... ey, Dominican Republic, Kuwait, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South Korea, Malaysia,, Indonesia, the Philippines, Japan, China, the United Arab Emirates, Qata ...
FranceFrancium was discovered by Marguerite Perey in(from which the element takes its name) in 1939. It was the last element d ...
Tristan da Cunha... occurred as a vagrant to such distant areas as Hawaii, Bermuda, Greenland,and the Falkland Islands
Ethiopia... of the Trinity") (23 July 1892 – 27 August 1975), born Tafari Makonnen, was's regent from 1916 to 1930 and Emperor of Ethiopia from 1930 to 1974. He ...
New Zealand... nd 83, near the southern end of the Mackenzie Basin, in the South Island of. Omarama is in the Waitaki District, in the historic Province of Otago. T ...
Scottish invasions... n about 1096. It was built to protect England's northern border against theand border reivers. The castle was first mentioned in 1136 when it was cap ...
Benin... ijan, The Bahamas, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize,, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei Daruss ...
Hong KongInitially he served in Gibraltar, Ceylon,, and India. After returning to Great Britain, Dowding attended the Army S ...
Egypt... nded to conquer Muslim-controlled Jerusalem by means of an invasion through. Instead, in April 1204, the Crusaders of Western Europe invaded and sack ...
Nepal... ce sought to destroy Nyingmapa refugees who had fled to Bhutan, Sikkim, and. The Mongols had seized control of religious and civil power in Tibet in ...
SpanishPeñón de Vélez de la Gomera , in ancient times Badis or Bades, is arock in North Africa off the Moroccan coast (Plazas de soberanía). It is p ...
IranOn March 6, 2009, Morocco severed diplomatic relations withafter comments made by an Iranian politician that Bahrain was historically ...
Pakistan... in 1994 were followed by a series of defeats that resulted in heavy losses.provided strong support to the Taliban
Czech RepublicThe entire film was shot in Prague,
Republic of IrelandThe moral panic extended to the. In 1986, the Dáil Select Committee on Criminal Lawlessness and Vandalism ...
Vietnam... 767. Ayutthaya was friendly towards foreign traders, including the Chinese,ese (Annamese), Indians, Japanese and Persians, and later the Portuguese, ...
Colombia... removal of the death penalty from the constitutions of Geneva, Portugal and. He had also pleaded for Benito Juárez to spare the recently captured emp ...
Cochinchina... and became part of French Indochina in 1887. Two other Vietnamese regions,(Nam Kỳ) in the South and Tonkin (Bắc Kỳ) in the North, were also units of ...
Kuwait... akistan. Many of the rest live in Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Oman, Bahrain,and in some parts of Africa, namely Kenya, and Tanzania (Tabora has a larg ...
Libya... non, Malta, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, and the Palestinian Authority.currently has observer status at certain meetings. Since the enlargement, ...
Etruria... BC) from the Greek culture of southern Italy or by way of Greek-influenced, the bacchanalia were held in secret and attended by women only, in the g ...
Cyprus... Age (such as is given by J. L. Myres and M. O. Richter in Catalogue of theMuseum) shows more than 25 settlements in and about the Mesaorea district ...
Socialist Federal Republic of YugoslaviaA degree of self-management was practised in the economic system of the, which contrasts to the centralised planning of enterprises in Soviet-sty ...
Brazil... via, Poland and the United Kingdom, and even became a number-one success in, and Estonia. Although an alternate version of the original music video w ...
Russia... passes parts of far northern Sweden, Norway, Finland, the Kola Peninsula of, and the border area between south and middle Sweden and Norway. The Sámi ...
Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan... Kabul. The Taliban seized Kabul on September 27, 1996, and established the. Massoud and his troops retreated to the northeast of Afghanistan
Bahrain... own on Bravo and BBC2. All three seasons have also been shown in Australia,, India, New Zealand, France, Spain, Germany, Greece, Norway, Finland, Swe ...
DenmarkHejlsberg was born in Copenhagen,, and studied engineering at the Technical University of Denmark but did n ...
EcuadorThe summit of Chimborazo inis farther from the Earth's centre than that of Everest , because the Eart ...
Puerto Rico... orary records, noting its recent expansion. He traded with the Spaniards inand farmed cotton and tobacco
U.K.... 13th studio album by Jethro Tull. It was released on August 29, 1980 in theand September 1 of the same year in the United States. The album was recor ...
Soviet Union... ommunities in the United States, Canada, Australia and states of the former. Historically the languages were spoken over a larger area: West to the m ...
Estonia... and the United Kingdom, and even became a number-one success in Brazil, and. Although an alternate version of the original music video was filmed for ...
AfghanistanMany Arabs who took part inwar have now settled in Pakistan permanently with their families. Millions ...
Soviet... apanese to withdraw from the area, however, and Outer Manchuria returned tocontrol by 1925
ScotlandKirkcudbright, ( ; , ) is a town in Dumfries and Galloway,
Han Dynasty... 135 BC – 86 BC) was a Prefect of the Grand Scribes (太史公 taishigong) of the. He is regarded as the father of Chinese historiography for his highly pr ...
Cyprus... January 2007, the co-operation covers 35 countries, the EU of 27, includingand Malta and the 10 Mediterranean Partners
Dál Riata... f a renegade band settled in the part of Ulster which became the kingdom of
Japanwas the 56th emperor of, according to the traditional
Sierra LeoneMighty Blackpool is aan football club based in the capital Freetown. They play in the Sierra Le ...
ScotlandTim Hortons' products have become available in Ireland andat some SPAR convenience stores and Tesco supermarkets. The first expansio ...
Danubian Principalities... e slaves were of Roma (Gypsy) ethnicity.The exact origins of slavery in theare not known. There is some debate over whether the Romani people came to ...
East Frankish... from the political and cultural influence of Great Moravia and fallen under, especially Bavarian influence. The Annales Fuldenses report that in the ...
United Kingdom... y babies" is a chemistry demonstration which is practised in schools in theand Australia, and other countries where the sweets are commonly available ...
Assyria... sraelites by tricking and assassinating Holofernes, a war-lord of the rivalns with whom the Israelites were at war
PakistanMany Arabs who took part in Afghanistan war have now settled inpermanently with their families. Millions of Pakistanis that have worked i ...
Botswana... , Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina,, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burma, Burundi, Cambo ...
United Kingdom... ith particular nations, namely France (AFP), the United States (AP) and the(Reuters). Chambers and Tinckell suggest that the so-called global media a ...
Republic of ChinaLee Teng-hui (; born 15 January 1923) is a politician of the(commonly known as Taiwan). He was the President of the Republic of China ...
Malta... the Republic of Genoa, the Duchy of Savoy, the Knights Hospitaller based in, and others, under the command of King Philip II's illegitimate half brot ...
Saudi Arabia... ent, the perpetrator was said to be engaged in a form of virtual voyeurism.banned the sale of camera phones nationwide in April 2004, but reversed th ...
Gold Coast... ol pupils before heading to Africa where he was mathematical advisor on theSurvey. He returned to England due to ill health and met and married a che ...
Malta... 7, the co-operation covers 35 countries, the EU of 27, including Cyprus andand the 10 Mediterranean Partners
India... tral government. Their major revenues came from the trade between Tibet andand from land taxes
India... avo and BBC2. All three seasons have also been shown in Australia, Bahrain,, New Zealand, France, Spain, Germany, Greece, Norway, Finland, Sweden and ...
Hong Kong... floating University cruise ship. In 1972, while undergoing refurbishment inharbour, she caught on fire under mysterious circumstances and was capsize ...
France... uropean Union is Morocco's top client as regards textile and clothing, withimporting 46% of hosiery, 28.5% of basic textile and 27.6% of ready-to-wea ...
IranIn 2004, when the "Greatest Hits" of Queen was released in, the explanatory leaflet accompanying the cassette tape described the son ...
FrenchFrançois de Bar (1538 – 25 March 1606) was aBenedictine monk and scholar
Philippines... e city's name is probably adapted from the 400-year-old capital city of the, Manila
India... s were used by the ruling Turco-Mongols (or Mughals) and earlier Sultans ofmany of whom have settled in Pakistan. There are pockets of Turkic speaker ...
Japan... t was decided by the Committee in 1997. Drake had been a prisoner of war induring World War Two and made an individual complaint to the Committee abo ...
France... Port Vila) on Efate was established during this period. In 1878 Britain anddeclared all of the New Hebrides to be neutral territory, but the lack of ...
Bahrain... matic relations with Iran after comments made by an Iranian politician thatwas historically part of Iran and as such still had a seat in the Iranian ...
France... litical power in Western Europe during the early Middle Ages and from whichderives its name. Due to the fact that the Frankish Empire ruled Western E ...
Nguyễn Dynasty... . The region had a dual system of French and Vietnamese administration. Thestill nominally ruled Annam, with a puppet emperor residing in Huế. In 194 ...
Egypt... he Euro-Mediterranean Parliamentary assembly was co-chaired by an Egyptian.has been one of the leading recipients among the Mediterranean partners in ...
Norway... Norway cathedral located in the city of Trondheim in Sør-Trøndelag county,. It is the traditional location for the consecration of the King of Norwa ...
Mexico... at (32.692148, -114.615389), near the borders of California to the west andto the south, and just west of the Gila River's confluence with the Colora ...
Italy... Western Empire in the wake of Valentinian's turbulent succession, moved toand sacked Rome. Before returning to Africa, the Vandals took Licinia Eudo ...
Germany... paid for the original 2100 MHz licenses, notably in the UK and Germany. In, bidders paid a total €50.8 billion for six licenses, two of which were s ...
CyprusA map ofin the later Bronze Age (such as is given by J. L. Myres and M. O. Richter ...
Shang Dynasty... shaman; spirit medium; healer" first appeared on oracle bones from the late(ca. 1600–1046 BCE). Mongolian classics from the Hunnu Dynasty (1045-256 B ...
Japan... eated by Sunrise. Created and directed by Yoshiyuki Tomino, it premiered inon Nagoya Broadcasting Network on April 7, 1979, and lasted until January ...
Yugoslavia... ants, from Veneto, and after the World War II Istrians and Dalmatians, from
Poland... erman-speaking Europe when it entered the singles charts of France, Latvia,and the United Kingdom, and even became a number-one success in Brazil, an ...
Jordanis a country in the Middle East
United Kingdom... 2007051.jpg|Iconostasis, Saint Mary & Saint Mercurius Church, Risca, Wales,File:St Mary Orthodox , Risca.jpg|Iconostasis, Saint Mary & Saint Mercuriu ...
Philippines... ed in Southeast Asian colonies such as Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and the
New Zealand... BBC2. All three seasons have also been shown in Australia, Bahrain, India,, France, Spain, Germany, Greece, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Brazil and t ...
Canada... of Lithuania and Latvia, and in emigrant communities in the United States,, Australia and states of the former Soviet Union. Historically the langua ...
United Kingdom... l two seasons. The last new episode first aired on December 29, 1999 in the, and was broadcast on Sci Fi Channel on February 4, 2000
France... , they each retain significant associations with particular nations, namely(AFP), the United States (AP) and the United Kingdom (Reuters). Chambers a ...
Bermuda... as by other Amerindians. In 1648, the Eleutherian Adventurers migrated from. These English Puritans established the first permanent European settleme ...
United Kingdom... Europe when it entered the singles charts of France, Latvia, Poland and the, and even became a number-one success in Brazil, and Estonia. Although an ...
France... ree seasons have also been shown in Australia, Bahrain, India, New Zealand,, Spain, Germany, Greece, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Brazil and the show ...
Malaysia... ome tropical species can reach 15 cm (6 in), e.g. Pomponia imperatoria from. Cicadas have prominent eyes set wide apart on the sides of the head, sho ...
Bolivia... as, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bhutan,, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, B ...
United Kingdom... the Norwegian people, but this was declined. He followed his father to the, where he continued to be a key advisor to the government-in-exile and hi ...
PakistanAccording to 1980 housing census in, there were 241,326 housing units of one or two very small rooms. The deg ...
IsraelIn a June 2011 interview, Walker described the United States andas "terrorist organizations" stating "When you terrorize people, when you ...
Israel... gress Party is the party in Norway that has shown the strongest support for. Recently, it has supported the right of Israel to defend itself against ...
PakistanIn either case the original word was pronounced firangi in North India andor parangiar in Tamil, and entered Khmer as barang and Malay as ferenggi
Niue... ources include Vanilla pompona and Vanilla tahitiensis (grown in Tahiti and), although the vanillin content of these species is much less than Vanill ...
Spain... ons have also been shown in Australia, Bahrain, India, New Zealand, France,, Germany, Greece, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Brazil and the show was qui ...
Sweden... nity). Small communities of Baluch people also live in Europe (particularly, Norway, Denmark & England) and in , where they arrived in the 19th centu ...
India... he Durrani Empire. The Afghan armed forces fought many wars with Persia andfrom the 18th to the 19th century. The military of the country was re-orga ...
Puerto Rico... ormed in Massachusetts because dispensing contraception there was a felony.was selected as a trial site in 1955, in part because there was an existin ...
Puerto RicoOn May 6, 2008, the first store inopened, followed by two additional locations in 2010 and one additional lo ...
Soviet Union... what would have happened, for example, if America had been conquered by the, if Britain had won the American War of Independence, if penicillin had n ...
United KingdomIn some cultures, voyeurism is considered to be a sex crime. In the, non-consensual voyeurism became a criminal offense on May 1, 2004. Littl ...
State of Vietnam... iding in Huế. In 1949, the protectorate was merged in the newly-established. The region was divided between communist North Vietnam and anti-communis ...
Malaysia... 9th century. Similar phenomena occurred in Southeast Asian colonies such as, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines
France... a hit outside German-speaking Europe when it entered the singles charts of, Latvia, Poland and the United Kingdom, and even became a number-one succ ...
SpainIn 1808, he was in the first French corps to enter, and was stationed in Madrid during the revolt of the Dos Mayo. At the Se ...
Lebanon... iginally 12 Mediterranean Partners: Algeria, Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Jordan,, Malta, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, and the Palestinian Authority. L ...
Russian Federation... rassicas) in the world is produced in China, followed by India and then the
ItalyD'Israeli was born in Cento, near Ferrara, inon 22 September 1730; and died at Stoke Newington, London, on 28 November ...
United KingdomIn 1906, however, France and theagreed to administer the islands jointly. Called the British-French Condom ...
Germany... e also been shown in Australia, Bahrain, India, New Zealand, France, Spain,, Greece, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Brazil and the show was quite popula ...
Japan... reversed the ban in December 2004. Some countries, such as South Korea and, require all camera phones sold in their country to make a clearly audibl ...
Tunisia... 2004. The agreement aimed at establishing a free trade area between Jordan,, Egypt and Morocco and it was seen as a possible first step in the establ ...
North... visory Commission (NNSC) which was created to monitor the armistice betweenand South Korea. Since the responsibilities of the NNSC have been much red ...
Indonesia... y. Similar phenomena occurred in Southeast Asian colonies such as Malaysia,, Vietnam and the Philippines
Malta... . Medical personnel were transferred to the Liberty, and it was escorted to, where it was given interim repairs. After these were completed in July 1 ...
Western Roman Empire... the Roman Italy (Italia) as a province of the Empire. After the fall of theand the Lombard invasions, "Italy" or "Italia" gradually became the collec ...
Malta... 12 Mediterranean Partners: Algeria, Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon,, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, and the Palestinian Authority. Libya cu ...
Vietnam... such as the fact that he had an older brother who was a Navy SEAL killed inand a younger sister who eloped and married an abusive alcoholic. While re ...
Ethiopia... but the Red-chested Swallow—a resident of West Africa, the Congo basin and—was formerly treated as a subspecies of Barn Swallow. The Red-chested Swa ...
Greece... en shown in Australia, Bahrain, India, New Zealand, France, Spain, Germany,, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Brazil and the show was quite popular in Ita ...
Norway... mall communities of Baluch people also live in Europe (particularly Sweden,, Denmark & England) and in , where they arrived in the 19th century
Poland... ish and several other languages which are or were spoken in areas of modernand northeastern parts of modern Germany. It is one of the branches of the ...
Egypt... agreement aimed at establishing a free trade area between Jordan, Tunisia,and Morocco and it was seen as a possible first step in the establishment ...
French PolynesiaPolitics oftakes place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic Fr ...
Yemen... esopotamia, while West Semitic languages were probably spoken from Syria to, although Old South Arabian is considered by most to be South Semitic and ...
New ZealandForty-two species from five genera populate, and all are endemic to New Zealand and the surrounding islands (Norfolk ...
New Zealand... semi-professional world record-breaker Alastair Galpin and Don Purdon fromand Nepalese brothers Rohit and Santosh Timilsina who agreed to share the ...
Morocco... terranean Partners: Algeria, Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Malta,, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, and the Palestinian Authority. Libya currently h ...
Bulgaria... utan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam,, Burkina Faso, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Cape Verde, Ce ...
Roman Empire... ancient Rome, including both their natural and adopted members. In the late, the class was broadened to include high council officials, and after the ...
Bahrain... e Philippines, Japan, China, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia,Hong Kong (2006–2008), and
Haiti... acebos caused similar side effects. The trials went on and were expanded to, Mexico and Los Angeles despite high attrition rates, due to the large nu ...
Tanzania... utu were killed. About 300,000 people became refugees, with most fleeing to. In an effort to attract sympathy from the United States, the Tutsi-domin ...
Puerto Rico... s), Zone I-A (California south of 40 degrees latitude, U.S. Virgin Islands,), and Zone II (all other locations). The highest-power stations are class ...
Spain... ol, Herbert Lom and Gustavo Rojo; the film was shot on location in southern. He also had a minor role in Gerald Thomas's thriller Time Lock (1957) as ...
Italy... a nice neighborhood in Bratislava. In 1988, Dubček was allowed to travel toto accept an honorary doctorate from Bologna University, and while there h ...
Germany... e or were spoken in areas of modern Poland and northeastern parts of modern. It is one of the branches of the larger West Slavic language family; the ...
British... l Szabo, GC, (26 June 1921 – c. 5 February 1945) was a World War II French-secret agent
Norway... in Australia, Bahrain, India, New Zealand, France, Spain, Germany, Greece,, Finland, Sweden and Brazil and the show was quite popular in Italy where ...
Latvia... utside German-speaking Europe when it entered the singles charts of France,, Poland and the United Kingdom, and even became a number-one success in B ...
Vietnam... phenomena occurred in Southeast Asian colonies such as Malaysia, Indonesia,and the Philippines
Morocco... aimed at establishing a free trade area between Jordan, Tunisia, Egypt andand it was seen as a possible first step in the establishment of the Euro- ...
French... Elizabeth Bushell in Paris, France, on 26 June 1921, the second child of amother and an English taxi-driver father, who had met during World War I. ...
SpanishDuring the 1500s, thebegan to explore and colonize western North America. An early motive was t ...
El Salvador... st, who is the son of German Jews who escaped Nazi Germany and emigrated toand later the United States. Her mother, born Marcia Kaye Vilensky, the da ...
Cuba... on, and Head of the International Section of the Panthers while in exile inand Algeria. As editor of the official Panther's newspaper, Cleaver's infl ...
Denmark... munities of Baluch people also live in Europe (particularly Sweden, Norway,& England) and in , where they arrived in the 19th century
Mexico... caused similar side effects. The trials went on and were expanded to Haiti,and Los Angeles despite high attrition rates, due to the large number of w ...
Scotland... being constructed, in the mid-1930s by John Brown and Company at Clydebank,, she was known as Hull 552 but when launched, on 27 September 1938, she w ...
Mali... Sétif from Algeria and on the second round beat Djoliba Athletic Club from, before losing to Tonnerre Yaounde from Cameroon in the quarter finals
Ethiopia... visits to both neighbouring countries and more distant destinations such as
EnglishThe Rev. Robert Hall (2 May 1764 – 21 February 1831) was anBaptist minister
Austria... d the Elbe-Saale line; southward into Bohemia, Moravia, much of present day, the Pannonian plain and the Balkans; and northward along the upper Dniep ...
MalaccaIn 1511, immediately after having conquered, the Portuguese sent a diplomatic mission headed by Duarte Fernandes to t ...
Syria... Partners: Algeria, Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Malta, Morocco,, Tunisia, Turkey, and the Palestinian Authority. Libya currently has obse ...
Hong Kong... pines, Japan, China, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain(2006–2008), and
Vietnam... n that role during the series) know that Al is still alive in a POW camp in. This is because when Sam first encountered Al's wife in the season 2 fin ...
Israel... fees in a London court to keep an internal memo dealing with alleged anti-i bias from becoming public. BBC was accused of pro-Palestinian bias over ...
Carolingian EmpireWhen the Frankishbroke up in 888, Wiesbaden was in the eastern half, called East Francia (w ...
France... 't enough money in the world. While promoting The Ghost and the Darkness in, Michael Douglas bitterly complained about Kilmer's attitude in an interv ...
Poland... n over a larger area: West to the mouth of the Vistula river in present-day, at least as far East as the Dniepr river in present-day Belarus, perhaps ...
EnglandBlackadder II is set induring the reign of Queen Elizabeth I (1558–1603), played by Miranda Richa ...
Finland... ralia, Bahrain, India, New Zealand, France, Spain, Germany, Greece, Norway,, Sweden and Brazil and the show was quite popular in Italy where it was s ...
France... s of Jesus by Sister Marie of St Peter, a Carmelite nun who lived in Tours,, and started the devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus. In 1844, Sister Mari ...
Northern IrelandIts ceasefire was welcomed by theSecretary of State, Paul Murphy and the Chief Constable of the Police Serv ...
Nepal... al world record-breaker Alastair Galpin and Don Purdon from New Zealand andese brothers Rohit and Santosh Timilsina who agreed to share the new recor ...
AfghanistanMany Turkic speaking refugees, Uzbeks and Turkmens, fromhave settled in Pakistan permanently. They are also Uzbeks and Turkmen ref ...
ItalyD'Israeli was born in Cento, near Ferrara, inon 22 September 1730, the son of Isaac Israeli
Sweden... by Jaap Haartsen and Sven Mattisson, who were working for Ericsson in Lund,
Tunisia... rs: Algeria, Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Malta, Morocco, Syria,, Turkey, and the Palestinian Authority. Libya currently has observer stat ...
Brazil... Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana,, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burma, Burundi, Cambodia, Cam ...
Monaco... ss." It was Hitchcock's last film with Kelly. She married Prince Rainier ofin 1956, and the residents of her new land were against her making any mor ...
SwitzerlandThe Glarus Alps are a mountain range in central. They extend from the Oberalp Pass to the Klausen Pass, and are bordered ...
Algeria... ead of the International Section of the Panthers while in exile in Cuba and. As editor of the official Panther's newspaper, Cleaver's influence on th ...
Morocco... Free Trade Zone between the Arabic Mediterranean Nations, signed in Rabat,on February 25, 2004. The agreement aimed at establishing a free trade are ...
SwitzerlandThe politics oftake place in the framework of a multi-party federal parliamentary democra ...
Sweden... hrain, India, New Zealand, France, Spain, Germany, Greece, Norway, Finland,and Brazil and the show was quite popular in Italy where it was shown in S ...
East Francia... rolingian Empire broke up in 888, Wiesbaden was in the eastern half, called(which would evolve into the Holy Roman Empire). The town was part of Fran ...
Scotland... iddle Ages it had become the fixed Latin term for what in English is called
England... f Baluch people also live in Europe (particularly Sweden, Norway, Denmark &) and in , where they arrived in the 19th century
Tunisia... rhazy. Picquart was silenced by being transferred to the southern desert ofin November 1896. When reports of an army cover-up and Dreyfus's possible ...
Pakistan... ic speaking refugees, Uzbeks and Turkmens, from Afghanistan have settled inpermanently. They are also Uzbeks and Turkmen refugees that have moved fro ...
ScotlandHortense was born in 1876 in Glasgow,as the youngest child of Fergus McDuck and Downy O'Drake. In Barks's tree, ...
England... Holme Valley, within the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees, West Yorkshire,. Centred upon the confluence of the Holme and Ribble rivers, Holmfirth is ...
EgyptInin 1887, W. M. F. Petrie found painted sherds of Cretan style at Kahun in ...
ItalyHis next fight was a rematch with Loi, and it took Ortiz to Milan,to defend his crown. This time, it was Loi's turn to become a world champi ...
Nepal... shamanic cultures still practiced by various ethnic groups in areas such asand northern India, shamans are not necessarily considered enlightened, an ...
SwitzerlandThe Military of Switzerland perform the roles of's militia and regular army. Under the country's militia system, professio ...
Roman Empire... was the Jewish leader of what is known as the Bar Kokhba revolt against thein 132 CE, establishing an independent Jewish state of Israel which he rul ...
Mexico... rawford, who had been formerly stationed at Fort Robinson but was killed inin January 1886. The town's original plat was filed on June 21, 1886 by th ...
Switzerland... dy of Jakob Karrer von Gebweiler, a notorious felon from the city of Basel,. With the cooperation of the surgeon Franz Jeckelmann, he assembled the b ...
Soviet Union... er should be installed in the former war rooms of the United States and theonce the superpowers had matured enough to agree to cooperate rather than ...
Belarus... present-day Poland, at least as far East as the Dniepr river in present-day, perhaps even to Moscow, perhaps as far south as Kiev. Key evidence of Ba ...
Brazil... a, New Zealand, France, Spain, Germany, Greece, Norway, Finland, Sweden andand the show was quite popular in Italy where it was shown in Sunday prime ...
Japan... Native population around Kodiak Island. It is commonly exported, mostly to; in Maine, sea urchins are known as whores' eggs. It was formerly a delic ...
Uzbekistan... permanently. They are also Uzbeks and Turkmen refugees that have moved fromand Turkmenistan and settled in Pakistan. Turkey also provides scholarship ...
Jordan... ary 25, 2004. The agreement aimed at establishing a free trade area between, Tunisia, Egypt and Morocco and it was seen as a possible first step in t ...
Hong Kong... m had adventurous and unsuccessful plans for her. Finally she was sold to abusinessmen Tung Chao Yung who intended to convert her into a floating Uni ...
Soviets... K officially disbanded on January 19, 1945 to avoid armed conflict with theand civil war. However, many units decided to continue their struggle unde ...
FranceIn 1906, however,and the United Kingdom agreed to administer the islands jointly. Called th ...
French Upper VoltaBefore attaining autonomy it had beenand part of the French Union. On 5 August 1960, it attained full independe ...
LesothoThe only railway line inis the Maseru branch line, which connects the capital city Maseru to the B ...
New Zealand... as discrimination. In both complaints the events themselves occurred beforewas a party to the First Optional Protocol and so was inadmissible ratione ...
Belgian... ure the percentage of body fat. It was devised between 1830 and 1850 by thepolymath Adolphe Quetelet during the course of developing "social physics" ...
Soviet Union... d crew accommodation as the Elco boats. Many Higgins boats were sent to theand Great Britain at the beginning of the war, so many of the lower-number ...
Estonia... o humans and its annual migration. The Barn Swallow is the national bird of
HungaryIn 1945–1947, he supervised the establishment of the communist regime in
Syria... Sicily, Italy, Sardinia and Spain, and in the eastern Mediterranean area inand Egypt. Regarding the Cyrenaica, we are still insufficiently informed
Japan... held in the same country (the cancelled 1940 games would have been held in, with that country likewise hosting the Winter and Summer games)
Canada... northernmost part of Orleans County, forming part of Vermont's border with, and is otherwise bordered to the east by Holland, the southeast by Morga ...
Soviet Union... sian) was the second of two unmanned lunar rovers landed on the Moon by theas part of the Lunokhod program
EgyptIn the future the coastal line could be extended to Sallum,
Guam... to Rico, given up in 1898 following the Spanish-American War, together withand the in the Pacific. Spain's loss of these last territories politically ...
Castile... , only son of Ferdinand and Isabella and successor to the unified crowns ofand Aragon. The double alliance was never intended to let the Spanish king ...
Libya... reed. This profession of faith was adopted by all the bishops "but two fromwho had been closely associated with Arius from the beginning." No histori ...
Cuba... esulted in the independence of most Spanish colonies in America, except forand Puerto Rico, given up in 1898 following the Spanish-American War, toge ...
England... ouse ship figureheads from shipwrecks that occurred at the Isles of Scilly,, where the museum is located. A crater, Valhalla, located on the planet J ...
Soviet Union... alpindi conspiracy) or suppression of Communists and antagonism towards the, were potential reasons for his assassination
India... gest urban agglomeration in Kerala (Pop. 1,854,783) and the 20th largest in. It is also the headquarters of the Thrissur District. Thrissur city is b ...
Assyria... ts neighbours, probably as the result of a cooperative arrangement with thens, who wished to establish Judah as a pro-Assyrian vassal state controlli ...
Soviet Union... s of the Soviet Union or the Union Republics (, soyuznye respubliki) of thewere ethnically-based administrative units that were subordinated directly ...
Lithuania... different nations and switches at two or three month intervals, is based into cover all three Baltic states (see Baltic Air Policing)
Bahrain... njab in Pakistan. Many of the rest live in Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Oman,, Kuwait and in some parts of Africa, namely Kenya, and Tanzania (Tabora h ...
Germany... celebrated in 1936 in the market town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Bavaria,. Germany also hosted the Summer Olympics the same year in Berlin. 1936 is ...
Soviet UnionIn the final decades of its existence, theofficially consisted of fifteen Soviet Socialist Republics (SSR). All of t ...
Puerto Rico... n the independence of most Spanish colonies in America, except for Cuba and, given up in 1898 following the Spanish-American War, together with Guam ...
England... where he was mathematical advisor on the Gold Coast Survey. He returned todue to ill health and met and married a chemist, Margaret Forsythe Marsden ...
England... sric (died 633 or 634) was a King of Deira (632–633 or 633–634) in northern. He was a cousin of king Edwin of Northumbria, being the son of Edwin's u ...
UK... m and bass remix of the classic Schoolly D track "Mr. Big Dick" (remixed bytrip-hop crew The Sneaker Pimps)
GermanyNo Angels are an all-female pop trio from, consisting of band members Lucy Diakovska, Sandy Mölling, and Jessica Wa ...
LebanonThe 1975-90 Lebanese civil war seriously damaged's economic infrastructure, cut national output by half, and had major con ...
Switzerland... e 1880s who believed that the environment was similar to her native home in
MoroccoThe attackers claimed to be Belgians originally from. However, their passports turned out to be stolen and their nationality w ...
Brazil... tion 143. On 13 December 1960, while Haile Selassie was on a state visit to, his Imperial Guard forces staged an unsuccessful coup, briefly proclaimi ...
Russian SFSR... et of state symbols: a flag, a coat of arms, and, with the exception of the, an anthem. Every republic of the Soviet Union also was awarded with the ...
Estonia... s. The shallow water limestones from the Ordovician and Silurian periods ofare famous for echinoids. Paleozoic echinoids probably inhabited relativel ...
IndiaIn antiquity, a cosmological view prevailed inthat held the Earth is a disc that consists of four continents grouped aro ...
South Africa... al city Maseru to the Bloemfontein–Bethlehem line in the railway network of. The final of this line, which opened on 18 December 1905, lies within th ...
Bulgaria28 nations sent athletes to compete in Germany. Australia,, Greece, Liechtenstein, Spain, and Turkey all made their Winter Olympic d ...
Czech Republic... the Congo, Cook Islands, Costa Rica, Côte d'Ivoire, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus,, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Denmark, Djibouti, Dominica, Domi ...
Germany... ealand Government issued reparations for those who were prisoners of war induring World War Two and not those in Japan, which Drake alleged was discr ...
Israel... outset of the Republic, Jewish people also have the option of emigrating to, as they are regarded as Sons of Jacob and therefore deserving of special ...
Paraguay... ing of assassins continues today, with Russia, Israel, the U.S., Argentina,, Chile, and other nations accused of still regularly engaging in such ope ...
Soviet Republic... light rail system, is built to standard gauge. Russia and the other formers use a (originally ) gauge while Finland continues to use the gauge inher ...
Oman... uth Punjab in Pakistan. Many of the rest live in Afghanistan, Turkmenistan,, Bahrain, Kuwait and in some parts of Africa, namely Kenya, and Tanzania ...
RomanThe Guisborough Helmet is acavalry helmet found in 1864 near the town. It was originally fitted with ...
Japan... t was about the Treaty of San Francisco entered into between the Allies andas Drake felt that his right to a remedy had been removed as a consequence ...
LiechtensteinThis article concerns the systems of communications in Liechtenstein.possesses a number of modern communications systems, some of which are sha ...
Egypt... aly, Sardinia and Spain, and in the eastern Mediterranean area in Syria and. Regarding the Cyrenaica, we are still insufficiently informed
Israel... that covert and illegal training of assassins continues today, with Russia,, the U.S., Argentina, Paraguay, Chile, and other nations accused of still ...
Ethiopia... t has been the dominant medium, often in monochrome black or browns. India,and other countries also have long traditions. Fingerpainting with waterco ...
Iceland... ary source of animal protein. Fish is among the most common food allergens., Japan, and Portugal are the greatest consumers of seafood per capita in ...
United KingdomBorn in Appleton House, Flitcham, Sandringham estate, Norfolk,to Prince Carl of Denmark and Princess Maud of Wales, (daughter of King Ed ...
Cyprus... ublic of the Congo, Cook Islands, Costa Rica, Côte d'Ivoire, Croatia, Cuba,, Czech Republic, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Denmark, Djibouti ...
PortugalIceland, Japan, andare the greatest consumers of seafood per capita in the world
Tunisia... in Africa. The best roads run along the coast between Tripoli and Tunis in; also between Benghazi and Tobruk, connecting with Alexandria in Egypt. A ...
ModenaAfter a short apprenticeship in, Isaac Israeli’s so
Low Countries... ants of the resulting farmland. The work was directed by engineers from the. Following this initial drainage, the Fens were still extremely susceptib ...
Turkmenistan... n Sindh and South Punjab in Pakistan. Many of the rest live in Afghanistan,, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait and in some parts of Africa, namely Kenya, and Tan ...
DutchMartinus ("Tinus") Bernardus Osendarp (May 21, 1916 – June 20, 2002) was aathlete, excelling in the sprint events
South Africa... "barrel bass", "box bass" (Trinidad), "bush bass" (Australia), "babatoni" (), "tingotalango" (Cuba), "" (Italy), "laundrophone" and others
Switzerland... ications systems, some of which are shared with the neighbouring country of. The country code and top-level domain for Liechtenstein is .li
Spain... ntain range in the region of Andalusia, provinces of Granada and Almería in. It contains the highest point of continental Spain, Mulhacén at 3478 m ( ...
JapanIceland,, and Portugal are the greatest consumers of seafood per capita in the wor ...
New ZealandIn, judges of the High Court and above are referred to as "His/Her Honour Ju ...
Japan... al, Russia, Gabon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo,, South Korea, the European Union and the African Union
Spain... athletes to compete in Germany. Australia, Bulgaria, Greece, Liechtenstein,, and Turkey all made their Winter Olympic debut in Garmisch-Partenkirchen ...
Italy... tland in 1851. At the same time, the famous quarries of Carrara in Tuscany,, became largely unworkable because of their extreme depth, and Rutland qu ...
Israel... onstruction program in 1993. Real GDP grew 8% in 1994 and 7% in 1995 before's Operation Grapes of Wrath in April 1996 stunted economic activity. Real ...
Afghanistan... e also live in Sindh and South Punjab in Pakistan. Many of the rest live in, Turkmenistan, Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait and in some parts of Africa, namely ...
Sicily... Thracian coasts. Offshoots are found in the western Mediterranean area, in, Italy, Sardinia and Spain, and in the eastern Mediterranean area in Syri ...
Italy... a was owned by Alessandro Repetto, an Italian immigrant settler from Genoa,. Following Repetto's death in 1885, his brother sold his rancho to a cons ...
BrazilIn, judges are simply called "juiz" or "juíza" (male and female forms of "ju ...
French Guiana... Embassy in Paris, Dreyfus was sent to the penal colony at Devil's Island inand placed in solitary confinement, where he was to spend almost 5 years
Netherlands... ram. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) allies Belgium, Denmark, the, and Norway were seeking to replace their F-104G fighter-bombers. In earl ...
Algeria... ko Accords, which brought an end to the border conflict between Morocco and. In 1964, Haile Selassie would initiate the concept of the United States ...
Estonia... d Turkey all made their Winter Olympic debut in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and, Latvia, the Netherlands, and Yugoslavia all returned to the Games after ...
Norway... re built for Lend Lease, exported to Allied powers such as Canada, England,, and the Soviet Union. They were never used by the U.S. Navy, and only ab ...
Russia... up Semifinals between the United States team (coached by Zina Garrison) andtook place in Stowe on hard courts in July. Vania King, Lisa Raymond, Meil ...
Hong Kong... nce Virginia's independence, Bermuda is the oldest (and since the return ofto China in 1997, the most populous) remaining British overseas territory. ...
Egypt... The alleged connection with the Sherden, one of the sea peoples who invadedand other areas of eastern Mediterranean, has been supported by professor ...
Italy... n coasts. Offshoots are found in the western Mediterranean area, in Sicily,, Sardinia and Spain, and in the eastern Mediterranean area in Syria and E ...
Confederate... , the railway station was garrisoned by Union troops. On December 28, 1862,cavalry under General J.E.B. Stuart raided the station. Stuart seized supp ...
Belgium... rious acquisition program. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) allies, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Norway were seeking to replace their F-104 ...
Kazakhstan... rt of many nations. Its influences can be traced from Venice in the West toin the East. In turn, Greek art was influenced by eastern civilizations in ...
Zimbabwe... upport to anti-British Empire backed government guerrillas in Rhodesia (now). In February 1966, while Nkrumah was on a state visit to North Vietnam a ...
British... 928-29 winning the EPSL II). The Bethlehem Steel sides consisted largely ofimported players and also had the distinction of being the first American ...
Greenland... dic text entitled Gripla (‘‘Little Compendium’’) places Ginnungagap betweenand Vinland
Denmark... uisition program. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) allies Belgium,, the Netherlands, and Norway were seeking to replace their F-104G fighter ...
GermanFerdinand Hitzig (June 23, 1807–January 22, 1875), was abiblical critic
Republic of the Congo... States, France, Portugal, Russia, Gabon, Democratic Republic of the Congo,, Japan, South Korea, the European Union and the African Union
Liechtenstein... 8 nations sent athletes to compete in Germany. Australia, Bulgaria, Greece,, Spain, and Turkey all made their Winter Olympic debut in Garmisch-Parten ...
Croatia... the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Cook Islands, Costa Rica, Côte d'Ivoire,, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Den ...
Northern Ireland... est although not the deadliest loyalist paramilitary and vigilante group in. It was formed in September 1971 and undertook a campaign of almost twent ...
Morocco... ate the Bamako Accords, which brought an end to the border conflict betweenand Algeria. In 1964, Haile Selassie would initiate the concept of the Uni ...
Swiss... 41.6%. The Tax Justice Network has said that there are over €20 billion inbank accounts held by Greeks. The current Finance Minister of Greece, Evan ...
Russia... an groups. The peace was recognized by the United States, France, Portugal,, Gabon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Japan, S ...
PhilippinesIn November 2006, Krispy Kreme opened the flagship store in the. These stores are franchise owned like many others.The development deal f ...
Bolivia... ounty. The city was founded in 1763 by Moses Austin and was named after then silver-mining city of Potosí
Britain... ypes of vegetation which the birds rely on. Herbicide use in agriculture inhas been linked to a decline in seed-eating bird species which rely on the ...
EnglandInthe Viking Age began dramatically on 8 June 793 when Vikings destroyed the ...
ItalianLoreto is a hilltown and comune of theprovince of Ancona, in the Marche. It is mostly famous as the seat of the ...
Yugoslav... XLI Panzer Corps, crossed the Romanian border and advanced on Belgrade, thecapital, arriving on 12 April to accept the city's surrender. The Yugoslav ...
Cuba... o, Republic of the Congo, Cook Islands, Costa Rica, Côte d'Ivoire, Croatia,, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Denmark, ...
Ireland... for almost 14 years. The Kingdom of Portugal, Kingdom of England, Scotland,and the majority of the Holy Roman Empire endorsed Charles's candidature. ...
Japan... as "the First Lady of Star Trek". She and Gene Roddenberry were married inon August 6, 1969, after the cancellation of the original Star Trek series ...
JapanWhen aese group called The Sadistic Mika Band appeared, a stagehand arranged for ...
Spain... a few powers in Europe, in May 1702 it widened when England declared war onand France. The hostilities in North America were further encouraged by ex ...
Democratic Republic of the Congo... peace was recognized by the United States, France, Portugal, Russia, Gabon,, Republic of the Congo, Japan, South Korea, the European Union and the Af ...
Tajikistan... in 2001. Furthermore, the alliance supposedly also received minor aid from, Russia and because of their opposition to the Taliban and the Pakistani ...
Spain... are found in the western Mediterranean area, in Sicily, Italy, Sardinia and, and in the eastern Mediterranean area in Syria and Egypt. Regarding the ...
Finland... t 1743 (the Treaty of Åbo), Sweden ceded to Russia all the southern part ofeast of the river Kymmene, which subsequently became the boundary between ...
Romania... the one written with a single r. The rr spelling is common particularly in, in order to distinguish from the endonym for Romanians (sg. român, pl. r ...
Roman Empire... n that evolved into the Romance languages was around during the time of the(from the end of 1st century BC), and was spoken alongside the written Cla ...
Assyria... co-existed uneasily after the split, until the destruction of Israel by thens in c.722/721 left Judah as the sole remaining kingdom
León... iative to ally all the major Christian kingdoms of the peninsula — Navarre,, Portugal, and Aragon — against the Almohads. By the Treaty of Cazola of ...
Sweden... he first task undertaken by the new empress was to address her quarrel with. On the 23 January 1743, direct negotiations between the two powers were ...
United Kingdom... organisations, the UDA was able to remain legal for over twenty years. Theoutlawed the "UFF" in November 1973 and the UDA itself was classified as a ...
Syria... , Cyprus, Greece, Israel, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, the Palestinian territories,, Jordan, Turkey, and
Scotland... d in 1899 from the southeastern part of Richmond County. It was named after, as many of its early European settlers were Scots-Irish and Scottish Hig ...
Iran... tions at Shahr-e Sukhteh (Persian شهر سوخته, literally "The Burnt City") inhave shown that the game existed there around 3000 BC. The artifacts inclu ...
Western Roman EmpireAfter the fall of the, under the Byzantines, the town became one of the first episcopal seats o ...
Japan... ultures, resulting in Greco-Buddhist art, whose influence reached as far as
Soviet Union... d Lease, exported to Allied powers such as Canada, England, Norway, and the. They were never used by the U.S. Navy, and only about 50 were used by th ...
Soviet... Polish territory had been mostly cleared of German forces by the advancingRed Army
Jordan... s, Greece, Israel, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, the Palestinian territories, Syria,, Turkey, and
Yugoslavia... debut in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and Estonia, Latvia, the Netherlands, andall returned to the Games after having missed the 1932 Winter Olympics
Germany... y Leo von Klenze for Ludwig I of Bavaria between 1830–1847 near Regensburg,, and the Tresco Abbey Gardens Valhalla museum built by August Smith aroun ...
Sudan... 's sons, and in 1893 Rabih az-Zubayr, leading an invading army from eastern, conquered Bornu. He was defeated by British soldiers in 1900
NorwayHe became Crown Prince and heir-apparent to the throne ofwhen his father was elected king in 1905. He was the first heir to the Nor ...
Hong Kong... ity of live fish are kept for dining customers. The live food fish trade in, for example, is estimated to have driven imports of live food fish to mo ...
Netherlands... ir Winter Olympic debut in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and Estonia, Latvia, the, and Yugoslavia all returned to the Games after having missed the 1932 Wi ...
Germany... There are also services along the River Moselle which forms the border with. The road network has been significantly modernised in recent years with ...
SicilyAgrigento (Sicilian: Girgenti), is a city on the southern coast of, Italy, and capital of the province of Agrigento. It is renowned as the s ...
GermanJohann Georg Walch (June 17, 1693 – January 13, 1775) was aLutheran theologian
United Kingdom... ive Championship, which is a semi-professional competition for clubs in the. The Championship 1 is the third tier of British rugby league which has i ...
Israel... s covenant with the Hebrew patriarchs—Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (also called)—and Jacob's children—the "Children of Israel"—especially Joseph. It tell ...
United Kingdom... her patients died. In response to the 1967 legalisation of abortion in theand the subsequent rise in the numbers of Irish women travelling to the UK ...
Djibouti... ba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Denmark,, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Equatorial Gu ...
Pakistan... out 60 percent of the Baluch live in Balochistan, a western province in the. Around 25 percent inhabit the eastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan ...
FrenchJacques Roubaud (born 1932 in Caluire-et-Cuire, Rhône) is apoet and mathematician
India... ), since 1918, is a public university located in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh,. It was established and named after the last Nizam of Hyderabad, Mir Osma ...
Spanish... erior of North Carolina and what would become the United States was made byin 1567, when they built Fort San Juan at the large Native American settle ...
United Kingdom... s designers (Irwin Chase, Bill Fleming, and Glenville Tremaine) visited theto see British motor torpedo boat designs. While visiting the British Powe ...
Prussia... herself effectually in Poland, Turkey and Sweden; and isolated the King ofby forcing him into hostile alliances. All this would have been impossible ...
Brazil... ds, and in South America. Portugal colonized parts of South America (mostly), but also some failed attempts to colonize North America in present day ...
People's Republic of China... that prevailed, especially in the midst of the Sino-Soviet Split, since thealso supported the Khmer Roug
Denmark... Michael Carl Valdemar Georg) (11 March 1899 – 14 January 1972) was King offrom 20 April 1947 until his death on 14 January 1972
SwedishLeif Zeilon is apolitician, and is one one of the founders of the Sweden Democrats and Bev ...
Philippines... py Kreme drive-thru outlet in Asia and the first free-standing store in the. Branches in SM Mall of Asia and Trinoma opened October 2007. Three more ...
IranMaryam is a 2002 film about a young woman who is anian immigrant living in the United States at the time of the Iran hostage ...
Afghanistan... astern India in 1895. In 1922 he was asked by the governments of France andto organize an archeological co-operative which became the Délégation arch ...
France... rs in Europe, in May 1702 it widened when England declared war on Spain and. The hostilities in North America were further encouraged by existing fri ...
Guinea-BissauThis article describes the geography of
MexicoSpanish is an official language of, much of South America, Central America, the islands of the Greater Antil ...
Southern Qi... as a prominent Chinese mathematician and astronomer during the Liu Song andDynasties
Pakistan... r was unyielding in his goal of establishing a separate Muslim state called
Andhra Pradesh... y OU, or Osmania), since 1918, is a public university located in Hyderabad,, India. It was established and named after the last Nizam of Hyderabad, M ...
France... a port city on the Garonne River in the Gironde department in southwestern
Italy... and of the Apulia (or, in Italian, Puglia) region, on the Adriatic Sea, in. It is the second most important economic centre of mainland Southern Ita ...
IndiaHe made his first trip to northeasternin 1895. In 1922 he was asked by the governments of France and Afghanistan ...
New Zealand... n. All living species of birds have wings—the now extinct flightless moa ofwere the only exception. Wings are evolved forelimbs, and most bird specie ...
Hungary... anding Rus population. At the time of the Magyar migration, the present-daywas inhabited by Slavs, numbering about 200,000, who were either assimilat ...
Portugal... tern North America, on a number of Caribbean islands, and in South America.colonized parts of South America (mostly Brazil), but also some failed att ...
Swiss... ding habitats, with British breeders feeding mostly over grassland, whereasbirds utilised woodland more. Another study showed that a single populatio ...
Kazakhstan... 2002. Currently Soyuz vehicles are launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome inand the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northwest Russia and, starting in 2011, Soy ...
Denmark... med after Valhalla include Valhalla Borgen in Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen,and Valhalla in Pleasure Beach Blackpool in Blackpool, England
DenmarkThe Vikings who invaded western and eastern Europe were chiefly pagans from, Norway and Sweden. They also settled in the Faroe Islands, Ireland, Icel ...
Poland... ourts of Vienna and London; enabled Russia to assert herself effectually in, Turkey and Sweden; and isolated the King of Prussia by forcing him into ...
Tunisia... talian approval of the Treaty of Bardo which would secure French control of. Virtually alone, on 17 September 1895, Emperor Menelik issued a proclama ...
Cuba... ar Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) with support of troops from. The MPLA overthrew the provisional FLEC government and incorporated Cabi ...
Dutch... n Lower Saxony, Germany. It is bounded by (from the west and clockwise) theprovinces of Overijssel and Drenthe, the district of Emsland, and the dist ...
New Zealand... late at night on ntv7, while the censored version aired during the day. InOz aired on The Box at 9.30pm on Wednesdays in the early 2000s (decade)
ThailandMany Cambodians crossed the border intoto seek asylum. From there, they were transported to refugee camps such as ...
Guinea-Bissau... ubgroup Biafar or Biafada of the Tenda ethnic group who reside primarily in. Manuel Álvares (1526–1583), a Portuguese Jesuit educator, in his work , ...
Dominica... , Czech Republic, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Denmark, Djibouti,, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Erit ...
Mexican... al (NCE) broadcasting. In some "Twin city" markets close to the Canadian orborder, such as Detroit, Michigan and Windsor, Ontario, or San Diego, Cali ...
Canada... ic and cultural grouping of First Nations originally from British Columbia,and Washington, USA
Switzerland... 06 Guy Stevens introduced stand up comedy culture by independently creating's first regular Comedy Club in Zurich called the (a tortured pun) which s ...
CyprusThus the "Aegean Area" has now come to mean the Archipelago with Crete and, the Hellenic peninsula with the Ionian islands, and Western Anatolia. Ev ...
New Zealandhas a local government system comprising two complementary sets of local a ...
GhanaNkrumah never returned to, but he continued to push for his vision of African unity. He lived in ex ...
Vietnam... ally written in Nôm (titled Đoạn Trường Tân Thanh ) and is widely taught intoday
Canada... eir respective colonial empires. French is one of the official languages of, many countries in Africa, and some islands in the Indian and Pacific Oce ...
El Salvador... and particularly preventing Nicaraguan and Cuban support for guerrillas in. Within hours, the subcommittee approved military aid to El Salvador, and ...
Macau... egal gambling provides significant government revenue, such as in Monaco or
GermanyShe was born in Frankfurt am Main,, as Marie Catherine Sophie, Vicomtesse de Flavigny, the daughter of Alexa ...
Kingdom of England... 1684, Bermuda became a British colony following the 1707 unification of thewith the Kingdom of Scotland to create the unified Kingdom of Great Britai ...
Modena... ctly pronounced ) in 1928 as a sponsor for amateur drivers headquartered in. Ferrari prepared, and successfully raced, various drivers in Alfa Romeo ...
EstoniaHowever, the Baltic countries, Lithuania, Latvia, and, do not consider themselves to have ever been part of the USSR. They asse ...
Burma... century, the kingdom came under repeated attacks by the Toungoo Dynasty of. The Burmese began the hostilities with an invasion in 1548 but failed. T ...
Monaco... s, where legal gambling provides significant government revenue, such as inor Macau
Canadian... al educational (NCE) broadcasting. In some "Twin city" markets close to theor Mexican border, such as Detroit, Michigan and Windsor, Ontario, or San ...
Gibraltar... glish, Spanish, Hebrew, Hindi and Arabic spoken in the British territory of(from Gabal-Tariq, meaning Mountain of Tariq), which is unintelligible to ...
Russia... Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan and the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northwestand, starting in 2011, Soyuz launch vehicles can now also be launched from ...
LatviaHowever, the Baltic countries, Lithuania,, and Estonia, do not consider themselves to have ever been part of the US ...
Germany... to Britain by Germanic settlers from various parts of what is now northwestand the northern Netherlands. The resident population at this time was gen ...
Austria... to the treaty of Versailles thus entering into an alliance with France andagainst Prussia. On 17 May 1757 the Russian army, 85,000 strong, advanced ...
Cuba... lating civil war in El Salvador, and particularly preventing Nicaraguan andn support for guerrillas in El Salvador. Within hours, the subcommittee ap ...
Uruguay's administrative subdivisions consisted of nineteen territories called de ...
MexicanIt is used as the base for thedip known as guacamole, as well as a spread on corn tortillas or toast, se ...
Bolivia... ions, building his town to support it. Moses named the town after Potosí in, which was famous for its vast silver mines. Austin's tomb and the founda ...
Ostland... (1st Latvian) was created in 1943, using compulsory military service in the. The final new 1943 division was the 16th SS Panzergrenadier Division Rei ...
SwissIn 1614 Isaac Casaubon, aphilologist, analyzed the Hermetic texts for linguistic style. He conclude ...
Italy... storically did have equivalent honorifics for knights, such as Cavaliere in(e.g. Cavaliere Benito Mussolini), and Ritter in Germany and the Austro-Hu ...
Panama... ion. Whipple worked in the pathology department at Hopkins until he went to, during the time of the construction of the Panama Canal, as pathologist ...
Chile... ee. In 1985, he made his first return trip to Vietnam, and also traveled towhere he met with its military junta ruler, General Augusto Pinochet
Ecuador... rent species to do their dawn singing at different times. In a study of thean forest, it was determined that birds perching higher in the trees and b ...
Nicaragua... sed on the escalating civil war in El Salvador, and particularly preventingn and Cuban support for guerrillas in El Salvador. Within hours, the subco ...
Spain... Hissarlik. Sardinia has Aegean sites, for example, at Abini near Teti; andhas yielded objects recognized as Aegean from tombs near Cadiz and from Sa ...
Paraguayis divided into 17 departments, which are subdivided into districts, which ...
Kazakh... despite the fact Cohen is Jewish) to the massive boycott of the film by thegovernment; the film itself had been a reaction to a longer quarrel betwee ...
GermanyThe Day of German Unity is the national day of, celebrated on 3 October as a public holiday. It commemorates the anniver ...
LithuaniaHowever, the Baltic countries,, Latvia, and Estonia, do not consider themselves to have ever been part o ...
UzbekistanQarshi (; ; ) is a city in southern. It is the capital of Qashqadaryo Province and has a population of 197,60 ...
Scottish... its rural location prevented it from fully developing. In the late 1970s aBrigade was established under the command of Roddy McDonald but this prove ...
Grand Duchy of Moscow... n Empire and the Crimean Tatars, and in the east helped Lithuania fight the. Poland was developing as a feudal state, with predominantly agricultural ...
United Kingdom... s' surnames, many of which are still found on the island, originated in the
Canada... and though inactive, with claimed territory in present day British Columbia; and U.S. states of Alaska, Washington, and Oregon; and the western half ...
Germany... eed to unite their forces to oppose the entry into, or the passage through,of the troops of every foreign power) as utterly subversive of the previou ...
Uganda... mosexual behavior. Archbishops Peter Akinola of Nigeria and Henry Orombi ofwould not condemn violence against gays and lesbians when questioned on th ...
Japan... ce of widespread mercury poisoning in humans occurred this way in Minamata,, now called Minamata disease
Russia... common. Welding in space is also possible—it was first attempted in 1969 byn cosmonauts, when they performed experiments to test shielded metal arc w ...
EthiopiaArkebe Oqubay was a Mayor of Addis Ababa,. He held office from early 2003 to May 2005. On March 31, 2005, Arkebe Oq ...
Egypt... age structure designed mostly similar to College of Sultan Hassan in Cairo,built in 1363
Britain... ish rock band that was formed in 1983. They gained a dedicated following inin the mid 1980s as a post-punk band with singles such as "She Sells Sanct ...
Armenia... he Bishop of Cologne, and some other documents, the Bavarians had come from, the 'land of Noah's arc'
Mexico... nd malnutrition at the missions where the Spanish forced them to live. Whengained independence from Spain in 1821 Carmel became Mexican territory
Mexico... al (the Royal Road or King's Highway), a road from Loreto, Baja California,to Sonoma, California, and connecting the Spanish missions in California, ...
Panama... D.C., sites are also located in Arizona, Maryland, New York City, Virginia,, and elsewhere. The Smithsonian has over 137 million items in its collect ...
Hong Kong... Fernando Filoni. The current Secretary is Archbishop Savio Hon Tai-Fai from
India... p bowling or kept up with it would include Ravindra Jadeja, Yuvraj Singh of, Chris Gayle of West Indies. There were other players who were considered ...
Prussia... rded the treaty of Westminster ( 16 January 1756, whereby Great Britain andagreed to unite their forces to oppose the entry into, or the passage thro ...
India... litary volunteer and allegedly militant organization of patriotic Hindus in. RSS ideology is based on the principle of selfless service to the
Libya... lemais, Theonus of Marmarica, Zphyrius, and Dathes, all of whom hailed fromand the Pentapolis. Other supporters included Eusebius of Nicomedia, Euseb ...
New Zealand... d song texts, Whitman's the texts for larger choral works. The contemporarycomposer David Downes includes a setting of "March" on his CD The Rusted W ...
Castile... he Burgundian court travelled to Spain to receive fealty from the Cortes ofas king, a journey chronicled in intense detail by Antoon I van Lalaing , ...
Netherlands... ttlers from various parts of what is now northwest Germany and the northern. The resident population at this time was generally speaking Brythonic—th ...
Singapore... e which runs from Padang Besar on the Malaysia-Thailand Border in Perlis to. Senandung Langkawi is the daily night express running from Kuala Lumpur ...
Sweden... League European Federation to expand the game to new areas such as Germany,, Norway and Hungary to name a few
Denmark... oatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Democratic People's Republic of Korea,, Djibouti, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Equ ...
ItalyAgrigento (Sicilian: Girgenti), is a city on the southern coast of Sicily,, and capital of the province of Agrigento. It is renowned as the site of ...
New ZealandIn English skiffle bands and Australian andbush bands, the same sort of bass has a tea chest as a resonator. Before t ...
Canada... thin the United States. The other four Great Lakes are shared by the US and. It is the second largest of the Great Lakes by volume and the third larg ...
Guinea-BissauThis is a list of the extreme points of, the points that are farther north, south, east or west than any other lo ...
Nicaragua... d policy towards Central American conflicts, such as backing the Contras in. McCain opposed keeping U.S. Marines deployed in Lebanon citing unattaina ...
Germany... such as Cavaliere in Italy (e.g. Cavaliere Benito Mussolini), and Ritter inand the Austro-Hungarian Empire (e.g. Georg Ritter von Trapp)
Nigeria... people and criminalizing homosexual behavior. Archbishops Peter Akinola ofand Henry Orombi of Uganda would not condemn violence against gays and les ...
Italy... , this transition was expedited by force of law; whereas in others, such as, many prominent poets and writers used the vernacular of their own accord ...
Roman EmpireThelater dominated Western Europe and the Mediterranean for many centuries, g ...
Angola... also comprise the majority of the population in Uige and Zaire Provinces of. However, despite this shared ancestry, the Cabindans developed a very di ...
Germany... he Rugby League European Federation to expand the game to new areas such as, Sweden, Norway and Hungary to name a few
Portugal... nd began to supplant Latin in many of its roles. In some countries, such as, this transition was expedited by force of law; whereas in others, such a ...
FrenchAlfred Foucher (1865–1952), ascholar, identified the Buddha image as having Greek origins
Romania... ar of abduction and assassination. In failing health, he flew to Bucharest,, for medical treatment in August 1971. He died of skin cancer in April 19 ...
French Guiana... uz launch vehicles can now also be launched from the Guiana Space Centre in. The first launch from the Guiana space centre took place on 21 October 2 ...
Sicily... t city in the province of Messina, and is one of most important city of the. The city proper has a population of over 32,000 inhabitants, and is the ...
England... om. In total there are 426 local authorities in the UK. 346 of these are in, 26 in Northern Ireland, 32 in Scotland and 22 are in Wales
EnglishGeorge Stephenson (9 June 1781 – 12 August 1848) was ancivil engineer and mechanical engineer who built the first public railway ...
JapanIn, judges are addressed simply as "Saibancho" (Chief judge) or "Saibankan" ...
PakistanSome famousi stand-up comedians are Umar Sharif, Shakeel Siddiqui, Kashif Khan and Sa ...
IsraelIn, judges of all courts are addressed as "Sir/Madam" (אדוני/גבירתי) or "You ...
Belarus... er 1991 to effectively dissolve the Soviet Union, when Russia, Ukraine, andseceded from the Union
Republic of Ireland... round the world, the English language as used in the United Kingdom and theis governed by convention rather than formal code: there is no equivalent ...
Egypt... by Lincoln University, Moscow State University; Cairo University in Cairo,; Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland; Humboldt University in the fo ...
Egypt... d with the horns of Amon) oracle at the Siwa Oasis in the Western Desert of(incorrectly placed in the map). The oracle here was consulted by Alexande ...
Spain... ss-presumptive to the Crown of Aragon. He was the first Habsburg monarch in. He never inherited his father's territories, nor became Holy Roman Emper ...
Iran... sell or lend the 'unused' F-16's to any country that wanted them, including, the U.S. Government agreed to supply the spare parts; however, the shipm ...
Puerto Rico... his first occurred along the Caribbean coasts on the islands of Hispaniola,and Cuba, and since the early 16th century, extended into the interiors of ...
Comoros... al African Republic, Chad, Chile, the People's Republic of China, Colombia,, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Cook Islands, C ...
MalaysiaIn, judges of the subordinate courts are addressed as "Tuan" or "Puan" (Sir ...
Ethiopia... East African Campaign, Haile Selassie crossed the border between Sudan andnear the village of Um Iddla. The standard of the Lion of Judah was raised ...
Moldova... n, and police either ignore or encourage violent protesters. The country ofhas shown particular contempt to marchers, shutting down official requests ...
Northern Ireland... ere are 426 local authorities in the UK. 346 of these are in England, 26 in, 32 in Scotland and 22 are in Wales
Afghanistan... an cognate Harauvati, which gave its name to the present-day Hārūt River in, may have referred to the entire Helmand drainage basin (the center of Ar ...
Yue tribes... habitants of Hainan. They are believed to be the descendants of the ancientof China, who settled on the island between 7 and 27 thousand years ago
Netherlands... (Dutch Vecht) traverses the district from south to north and flows into the. All major towns are situated along that river
United Arab Emirates... nchisee partnership with Dubai based Apparel Group, Tim Hortons entered thein 2011 with store openings in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Fujairah, with the fir ...
PakistanOn August 17, 1988, President ofGen. M. Zia ul Haq died alongside 31 others including the Chief of Staff o ...
Japan... iracle. During that period, Greece saw growth rates second only to those of, while ranking first in Europe in terms of GDP growth. It is indicative t ...
East Timor... (Angola, Cabo Verde, Guiné-Bissau, Mozambique and São Tomé e Príncipe), andand Macau in Asia and is the second most spoken Romance language
PakistanIn, judges of the Supreme Court and the High Courts are addressed as 'Your L ...
FranceIn, among other orders are the Légion d'Honneur, the Ordre National du Mérit ...
Romania... reece in the 9th century and the role of the church and administration) andwhere slavic people were more transient and unable to upset the more numer ...
Scotland... ities in the UK. 346 of these are in England, 26 in Northern Ireland, 32 inand 22 are in Wales
Cambodia... cause of several years of border conflict and the flood of refugees fleeing, relations between Cambodia and Vietnam collapsed. Pol Pot, fearing a Vie ...
Cuba... ed along the Caribbean coasts on the islands of Hispaniola, Puerto Rico and, and since the early 16th century, extended into the interiors of both No ...
South Africa... ion which provides daily meals to students of township schools in Soweto of
Russia... claimed at least nine emergency calls were made to police while on the bus.'s officials are similarly adverse to Pride Parades. Mayor of Moscow Yury ...
North Korea... lary forces until the outbreak of the Korean War. It was heavily damaged byn and Chinese attacks and in the beginning relied almost entirely on Ameri ...
EnglandThe most complex system is in, the result of numerous reforms and reorganisation over the centuries
Prussia... . 1804 Steinfurt was reunited with Bentheim, before it became a part of then province of Westphalia in 1815. The new government in 1816 created the d ...
Pakistan... her Hindu; sometimes referred to as Two Nation Theory. Although the idea ofhad been introduced as early as 1930, very few had responded to it. Howeve ...
Swiss Confederation... aty of Basel (1499) ended the Swabian War. Two years later Basel joined the. The Peace of Basel in 1795 between the French Republic and Prussia and S ...
FrenchMarie-José Pérec (born 9 May 1968 Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe) is atrack and field athlete, specialised in the 200 and 400 meters, and a trip ...
Low Countries... ty housing a Hanseatic warehouse. To organise and control its export to the, Great Yarmouth, as the port for Norwich, was designated one of the stapl ...
Sri LankaIn, judges of all courts are addressed as "Your Honour", however the Chief J ...
Assyria... riefe (1870), on the Moabite Stone, Die Inschrift des Mescha (1870), and onn, Sprache und Sprachen Assyriens (1871), besides revising the commentary ...
Mexican... The vast majority of the decline happened after the Spanish period, in theand U.S. periods of Californian history (1821–1910), with the most dramati ...
Soviet Union... ng private armies to counter the perceived threat from trade unions and the. They believed that the Labour Party, which is partly funded by affiliate ...
IndiaIn, judges of the Supreme Court and the High Courts are addressed as 'Your L ...
Soviet Union... a political system including satire is suppressed. A typical example is thewhere the dissidents, such as Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and Andrei Sakharov w ...
Poland... rsity; Cairo University in Cairo, Egypt; Jagiellonian University in Kraków,; Humboldt University in the former East Berlin; and many other universiti ...
Democratic Republic of the Congo... n Republic, Chad, Chile, the People's Republic of China, Colombia, Comoros,, Republic of the Congo, Cook Islands, Costa Rica, Côte d'Ivoire, Croatia, ...
Brazil... r of 2010 in favor a second leg of her Mi Plan Tour. To promote the tour in, on March 24, 2010, Furtado made a "VIP Pocket Show" in reality show prog ...
Iran... was brought to its present location in a series of migrations from northernregion of Caspian Sea. Rakshani is the major dialect group in terms of num ...
Dutch... weeks battling malaria and aborigines before returning to Macau on a raft.traders in search of an Asian base first arrived on the island in 1623 to ...
Angola... pulation of South America that resides in Brazil), five African countries (, Cabo Verde, Guiné-Bissau, Mozambique and São Tomé e Príncipe), and East ...
Netherlands... or do exist. Ridder, Dutch for "knight", is a hereditary noble title in theand Belgium. It is the lowest title within the nobility system and ranks b ...
Gabon... ntil June 2001, following the diplomatic intervention of the governments ofand Congo Brazzaville
Malta... tructed from it that it is nicknamed the 'Limestone City'. On the island of, a variety of limestone called Globigerina limestone was, for a long time ...
Japan... ion was on June 27, 1994, when Aum Shinrikyo, an apocalyptic group based inthat believed it necessary to destroy the planet, released sarin gas in Ma ...
Singaporehas a growing stand-up comedy scene with several active venues although th ...
Russia... on was used in December 1991 to effectively dissolve the Soviet Union, when, Ukraine, and Belarus seceded from the Union
IraqIn post-Saddam, the Shiite-dominated government used death squads to perform extrajudici ...
United KingdomAlthough its defence is the responsibility of the, the Bailiwick of Guernsey is not part of the UK; and while it participat ...
India... or financial and commercial hub of Kerala. It flexes its economic muscle inas the headquarters of three major scheduled banks, South Indian Bank Ltd, ...
GuatemalaEfraín Ríos Montt utilized this method in then highlands in 1982-3, resulting in the death of approximately 10,000 indi ...
MexicoIt was inon 30 April 1863 that the foreign legion earned its legendary status. A co ...
Ukraine... sed in December 1991 to effectively dissolve the Soviet Union, when Russia,, and Belarus seceded from the Union
Switzerland... ruyère (, or ) is a hard yellow cheese, named after the town of Gruyères in, and originated in the cantons of Fribourg, Vaud, Neuchâtel, Jura, and Be ...
New ZealandEarly explorers and European settlers noted that theforest had a loud dawn chorus. This is no longer the case due to extensive ...
East Timor... this method in their Timor-Leste Scorched Earth campaign around the time of's referendum for independence in 1999
Dominican RepublicThemaintains a consular office in the city. The city of Zaragoza, Spain, is a ...
GermanyThe River Moselle forms a 42 km natural border between Luxembourg andin the south-east of the country. Especially in the summer months, the Mar ...
Northern Irelandis divided into 26 districts. Local government in Northern Ireland does no ...
Soviet Union... most Easterners, determination, and use of limited resources. The British,, and U.S. support (especially militarily) of the Nigerian government play ...
Canadahas a federal system with three orders of government. The largest is the f ...
Serbia... night. In Turkey, Oz was aired on Cine5; DiziMax also aired the re-runs. In, Oz aired on RTV BK Telecom. In Panama, Oz aired on RPCTV Channel 4 in a ...
Republic of the Congo... e's Republic of China, Colombia, Comoros, Democratic Republic of the Congo,, Cook Islands, Costa Rica, Côte d'Ivoire, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Re ...
VietnamIn 1971 the colors of the 1st Cavalry Division came to Fort Hood from, resulting in the reflagging of the 1st Armored Division, the colors of w ...
Carantania... confederation, the second attempt to establish such a Slavonic union afterin Carinthia
Britain... (1890). Around 1900, A. P. Strohmenger released a coated metal electrode in, which gave a more stable arc. In 1905 Russian scientist Vladimir Mitkevi ...
ScotlandLocal government inis arranged on the lines of unitary authorities, with the nation divided i ...
Mozambique... sides in Brazil), five African countries (Angola, Cabo Verde, Guiné-Bissau,and São Tomé e Príncipe), and East Timor and Macau in Asia and is the seco ...
Normandy... e 1994, in recognition of the aircraft and crew's role in the liberation of, a Typhoon Memorial at Noyers Bocage was dedicated by Major M. Roland Heu ...
BelgiumPhilip was born in Bruges, in the County of Flanders (today in) and was named after his great-grandfather, Philip the Good. In 1482, upo ...
Germany... urkish. He toured with his band Les Mistigris (not related to Mistigris) in, Belgium, France and Turkey until 1967
Sudan... during the East African Campaign, Haile Selassie crossed the border betweenand Ethiopia near the village of Um Iddla. The standard of the Lion of Jud ...
Roman Empire... imes. Boys were taught music from the age of six. Later influences from the, Middle East and the Byzantine Empire had also effect on Greek music
Kingdom of England... h North and South America. In 1497, sailing from the north on behalf of the, John Cabot landed on the North American coast, and a year later, Columbu ...
FrenchGabriel Naudé (2 February 1600 – 10 July 1653) was alibrarian and scholar. He was a prolific writer who produced works on many ...
Pakistan... s the Hellenistic city of Ai-Khanoum and the excavation of Sirkap in modern), have been pointing to rich Greco-Bactrian and Indo-Greek civilizations ...
Belgium... der, Dutch for "knight", is a hereditary noble title in the Netherlands and. It is the lowest title within the nobility system and ranks below that o ...
Uttar Pradesh... of 20th century, with groups arising in Bengal, Maharastra, Orissa, Bihar,, Punjab, and the then Madras Presidency including what is now called Sout ...
Sri Lanka... have toured Pakistan since March 2009, when militants attacked the touringn cricket team
Spain... ck to Nacogdoches. Later that summer, Nacogdoches received designation fromas a pueblo, or town, thereby making it the first "town" in Texas. Y'Barbo ...
Canada... ating international competition, featuring clubs from the United States and.The Kontinental Hockey League (KHL), an international ice hockey league i ...
Soviet... ng project intended to put a Soviet cosmonaut on the Moon. It was the thirdhuman spaceflight programme after the Vostok and Voskhod programme
Mexicois a Federal Republic made up by 31 states and a federal district. Each st ...
People's Republic of China... a, Cameroon, Canada, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Chile, the, Colombia, Comoros, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Con ...
Malaysia... BK Telecom. In Panama, Oz aired on RPCTV Channel 4 in a late-night hour. In, full episodes of Oz aired late at night on ntv7, while the censored vers ...
Republic of China (Taiwan)... with borders on the sea (clockwise from north) include: South Korea, Japan,and the People's Republic of China
ItalyInthe presiding judge of a court is addressed as well to as "Mr./Mrs. Presid ...
Crown of Castile... Philip IV) from his mother, Mary of Burgundy, and briefly succeeded to theas the husband of Queen Joanna of Castile, who wa