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  • ==Mid-East & North Africa==
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  • ...de & Directory to Armenian, Iranian, Afghan, Israeli Middle Eastern, North Africa'''; Hamo B. Vassilian ISBN 0931539064
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  • ...ark with McConnachie, James and Duane, Orla (Ed.), ''World Music, Vol. 1: Africa, Europe and the Middle East'', pp 332-337. Rough Guides Ltd, Penguin Books.
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  • *[[Armenian Churches in Africa]]
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  • ...ain, "We have had, in the last 15 years, a genocide in Asia, a genocide in Africa, attempted Genocide in Europe. If we do not understand that fellow human be
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  • ==Africa==
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  • ...ablished by colonial powers in [[North America]], [[South America]], and [[Africa]] on economic development in countries in those regions.
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  • ...st birds migrate to the tropics in winter, with European breeders going to Africa.
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  • ...entury. This is a migratory species, with most European birds wintering in Africa.
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  • ...he most widespread species of the Flamingo family. It is found in parts of Africa, southwest Asia (including Turkey, and southern Europe (including Spain and
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  • ...pher in charge of all 13 Arab countries in the Middle East, North and East Africa, Turkey, and Iran, Harry has been everywhere imaginable and covered everyon ...e during his coverage of United States First Lady Pat Nixon's tour of West Africa. We see him in Aden, South Yemen accompanied by his British body guard and
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  • the United States, South Africa, Burma, Australia, France, Germany
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  • ...of all felids other than the domestic cat: they were found through most of Africa (with the exception of the Sahara Desert), as well as parts of Asia Minor a
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  • A newspaper article datelined South Africa announces the discovery
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  • ...ghlands form a bridge between Europe, Asia and the Middle East, while even Africa is not far. Because Armenians have been spread across the land from the Ca
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  • ...m from the British, who proceeded in a similar way with the Boers of South Africa. They would segregate all the Boers in various locations and keep them apar
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  • ...ilar constructions of neighboring countries' (Northern Middle East, Syria, Africa, Scandinavia, etc.). The historian of Vc Ghazar Parpetsi mentions the recta
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  • ...Canada, Italy, Sierra Leone, the United Kingdom, France, Brazil, and South Africa. [[Category:Africa]]
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  • of Egypt and all Africa,<br> Locum Tenens of Diocese of the Armenian Church of Egypt and all Africa
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  • ...res (DE45), a destroyer escort for convoys from the United States to North Africa.
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  • ...whom reside in Turkey. The remainder are in Russia, Persia, India, China, Africa, Europe, North and South America, and other countries. Up to the present ti
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  • ...ping march, conquered a dozen or more principalities. His power in Asia,in Africa,and in Europe rested on the cruel support of his sword. The civilization of
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  • ...have not left their hiding places and retreats, left the virgin forests of Africa, Asia, America, and Oceania, to make their rendezvous at Stamboul.
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  • In the last century Turkey's control at any time over Northern Africa was only nominal. In 1912 the Balkans exploded against her abominable lords
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  • for the UNION of SOUTH AFRICA:<br> for the Union of South Africa in the United Kingdom;<br>
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  • (11) Convention regarding liquor traffic in Africa, signed at
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  • who proceeded in a similar way with the Boers of South Africa. They
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  • ...also chronicle the thoughts and experiences of a man who emigrated to West Africa from Lebanon, where he grew up, leaving yet again twenty years later for So ...“the beauty of the forest, … nature … everything was different” in Africa than it was in Lebanon (Glendale News Press, 8/01/06). There is little or
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  • As a land bridge between Africa, Europe and Asia, Armenia has a massive number of bird species which either
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  • ...order, AIDS and drug-resistant tuberculosis among the Zulu people in South Africa, “How We Live” a photography installation, book and film documenting po
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  • ...kisi were, in fact, derived from medieval Christian iconography brought to Africa by fifteenth-century European missionaries. In Mirzoeff’s words, the “p
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  • ...lled mammals of the order Insectivora found through parts of Europe, Asia, Africa, and New Zealand. There are no hedgehogs native to The Americas.
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  • ...Asia, and India right across to Japan). Four species occour exclusively in Africa including Madagascar while two more species occur in central Papua New Guin ...well known species T. teniotis, which occurs in southern Europe and North Africa, the Middle East and all the way across southern Asia to Japan, is known to
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  • Once native to Asia, Africa, Europe and North America. Brown Bears are now extinct in some areas and ha
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  • ...something of a misnomer, as the species' range includes parts of Asia and Africa, as well as being spread across Europe. The otter is believed to be extinct
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  • ...ris'') is a small predator native to Europe, the western part of Asia, and Africa. It is a hunter of small mammals, birds, and other creatures of a similar s
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  • ...an Literature." In The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Middle East and North Africa. (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 1988) pp. 211-213.
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  • ...gion, but is now restricted to a few sites in southern Spain and northwest Africa. In the east it survives in isolated pockets in Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan
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  • This duck breeds in Spain and North Africa, with a larger population in western and central Asia. Their breeding habit
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  • ...f prey of the harrier family. It breeds in southern Eurasia and winters in Africa.
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  • ...the Mediterranean and other parts of Europe migrate mainly to sub-Saharan Africa north of the equator, leaving in September/October and returning in April/M
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  • It breeds in most of Africa both north and south of the Sahara Desert and across tropical southernweste
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  • ...Imperial Eagle, or Adalbert's Eagle). In the winter this eagle migrates to Africa, India and China. The Spanish subspecies, however, does not migrate.
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  • ...lden Eagle lived in all temperate Europe, North Asia, North America, North Africa and Japan. In most areas this bird now is a mountain-dweller, but in former
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  • ...us (Storr, 1784). It breeds on crags in high mountains in southern Europe, Africa, India and Tibet, laying one or two eggs. The population is resident. Lamme Their habitat is spread over Southern Europe, Africa, the Middle-east, India and Tibet, inhabiting exclusively mountainous terra
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  • It breeds on crags in mountains in southern Europe, north Africa, and Asia, laying one egg. Griffons may form loose colonies. The population
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  • ...ner Falcon''' (''Falco biarmicus'') is a large bird of prey that breeds in Africa, southeast Europe and just into Asia. It is mainly resident, but some birds ...g of a decline in Europe, though they remain relatively common in parts of Africa.
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  • ...pread and common in Europe, Asia, North and South America, Australasia and Africa.
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  • ...l migrate to more temperate regions in winter in southern Europe and North Africa or from the southern USA to northern South America. In winter it may be fou
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  • ...rd is widespread in eastern Europe and Asia. It is migratory, wintering in Africa. It is a regular wanderer to western Europe, and in August of 2004 a Red-fo
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  • ...rts of Europe and western Asia. It is a long distance migrant wintering in Africa and southern Europe. Migrating flocks fly in a V formation.
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  • ...round nest. These birds migrate south in winter to Pakistan and north east Africa. This lapwing is a very rare vagrant in western Europe, where this gregario
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  • ...They are found in southern and southeastern Europe, central Asia, northern Africa, Australia, Central and South America, Hawaii, the Philippines, south centr
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  • ...ortoise,there are ten differences to Greek TortoiseT. graeca graeca, North Africa, southern Spain, Sardinia, the Baleares "Greek Tortoise" or "Spur-thighed T
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  • ...and western and Central Asia. This species is migratory and most winter in Africa or southern Asia. Some remain to winter in the mildest parts of their range
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  • *[[Armenia, Africa Stamp Their Past on Art]] -- May 2015
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  • “People in every part of the world, in Africa and in Europe, have experienced even more terrible things [than 1915]. But
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  • ...stles are common roadside plants, and while native to Eurasia and tropical Africa, they are found almost worldwide in temperate regions. Despite their common
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  • ...regions of Europe, Asia, and America as well as in North Africa, and South Africa and some are naturalised in Australia. ''M. occidentalis'' is native in Nor
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  • ...ive mainly to Europe and Asia, with a few species extending south to north Africa, and one species (''D. repens'') in arctic North America. Common names incl
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  • ...ive mainly to Europe and Asia, with a few species extending south to north Africa, and one species (''D. repens'') in arctic North America. Common names incl
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  • ...ive mainly to Europe and Asia, with a few species extending south to north Africa, and one species (''D. repens'') in arctic North America. Common names incl
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  • ...ive mainly to Europe and Asia, with a few species extending south to north Africa, and one species (''D. repens'') in arctic North America. Common names incl
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  • ...nt internationally. He oversaw the organisation’s work in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. His work took him to countries such as Afghanist
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  • The French team has detected the main variant in Jews and Arabs from North Africa and in Turks and Armenians. Dr. Jean Weissenbach of the gene laboratory Gen
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  • ...as Armenians born across the Middle East, Europe, the Former Soviet Union, Africa and Latin America.
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  • ...car was surrounded by 24 lions on the way to photograph the Masai, one of Africa's most warlike tribes; his journey through virgin forest to find the head h ...What is it that sends Ara Guler in search of adventure and even danger, to Africa and Central Asia, and to the remoted corners of New Guinea and Borneo? Plac
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  • Subcommittee on Africa, Global Human Rights and International Operations,
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  • ...cooking incorporates flavors from [[Syria]], Israel, [[Greece]], and North Africa. She is as likely to prepare a typical Mediterranean pasta salad, as she i
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  • turn conflicts and massacres in Africa, Asia and Balkans into another
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  • ...hen I was bringing some posters from the framers, the cabbie, who was from Africa, recognized they were Bollywood.
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  • seen rocky structures in Europe, Africa and Asia.
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  • seen rocky structures in Europe, Africa and Asia.
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  • Africa, the former Soviet republic of Armenia and the Marshall Islands
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  • He served honorably in the U.S. Army during World War II in [[Africa]] and [[Italy]]. After the war, he became a lifetime member of the Veterans
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  • ...thematic maps using TELIDON, and developed a resource allocation model for Africa for the Department of Foreign Affairs. ...partnerships, networks, and training opportunities with colleagues in both Africa and the Middle East; his work resulted in projects and funding for informat
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  • ...kisi were, in fact, derived from medieval Christian iconography brought to Africa by fifteenth-century European missionaries. In Mirzoeff’s words, the “p
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  • ...asmatzian]], and [[Tamar Kaprelian]], who hail from Europe, Asia, America, Africa, and Australia—and are all of Armenian origin. According to the official
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  • ...The Ranking Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee's Subcommittee on Africa and a potential 2008 Presidential candidate.
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  • ...d in Armenia, the Middle East, Europe, North and South America, Australia, Africa and Arabian Gulf countries.
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  • of Africa facilitating this transfer. Indeed I have a suspicion, contrary
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  • ...tes]], [[Canada]], the [[Middle East]], the former [[Soviet Union]], and [[Africa]]. Her Carnegie Hall debut was in 1974. She has performed in most of the in
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  • ...hi campaign to rid India of British colonial rule and the boycott of South Africa which forced its government to give equal rights to blacks.
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  • ...Latin America, Asia (excluding Japan), Eastern Europe, Portugal and South Africa, and the film was released in March of 2018 in the United States.
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  • *[[Heraclius]] the Elder - [[Exarch]] of [[Africa Province]] in the Late Roman Empire, late 6th, early 7th centuries, father
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  • ...line"/> He extended his services to other regions of the world including [[Africa]]. Prior to the beginning of the [[Persian Gulf War]], Soghanalian appeared ...ine"/> His other transactions to Iraq also included artillery from [[South Africa]], which he routed through [[Austria]], acting as a "[[middle man]]" to byp
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  • ...raq war claim that Saddam Hussein had sought nuclear weapons material from Africa.
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  • ....A. Times as saying that he offered Frantz the position of Middle East and Africa bureau chief in Istanbul, "after [the Journal's] top executives reviewed hi
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  • ...een on newsstands since Feb. 2 in 67 countries throughout Europe, parts of Africa, Asia and the Middle East, was sold out within the first 48 hours of its av
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  • "And this continent is Africa." I drew Sudan and circled the Darfur region.
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  • West Africa), Addis musicians were playing downbeat jazz overlaid only nation in Africa to escape colonisation, Ethiopia has little in
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  • ...trial diamonds in the world with branches in [[New York]], Guinea, [[South Africa]] and [[Central African Republic]].
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  • former USSR, Africa and Asia-appeared on the map
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  • ...00 to 50,000.<ref>Handbook for the Diplomatic History of Europe, Asia, and Africa, 1870-1914 - Page 218
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  • ...menia was part of the corridor via which early hominids were trekking from Africa into the Eurasian landmass.
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  • ...x months after his victory over Everest, Ovasapyan ascended Kilimanjaro in Africa.
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  • ...to the themes of culture and development. Recipients are mainly located in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
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  • ...e Balkans) to the Caucasus including the Middle East, Arabia, ‎and North Africa. Asia Minor and Anatolia became the nexus of this vast state.‎
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  • .... It has been screened in "conflict areas" such as Beirut/Jerusalem, South Africa and Northern Ireland.
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  • ...ate collections in the United States, Canada, France, Great Britain, South Africa and Armenia. Three of his paintings are featured on wine labels for a selec
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  • ...my grandpa Artin Avakian came to the rescue, Mihran made up his mind that Africa was not a place he desired to establish his family.
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  • ...ujean Tilbian]] on the drums. Soon after, we had a bass player from South Africa and was replaced by Yaya who was half-Indian, half-Italian. The band was di
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  • ...hs before the UN vote, Turkey will host a conference in Istanbul on Turkey-Africa Cooperation.
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  • the Kazanjian Red was discovered in the Union of South Africa's
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  • apartheid South Africa, she continues to visit that country regularly, lived in Israel for
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  • ==[[Africa]]== ===[[North Africa]]===
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  • ...ons of dishonest or unlawful practices by BAE in deals with Romania, South Africa, and Tanzania.
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  • ...ons of dishonest or unlawful practices by BAE in deals with Romania, South Africa, and Tanzania.''
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  • Russia, "Eurasia", the Middle East and Africa. Indeed, his staff says 2005 is the "year of Africa", but they provide no
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  • ...circle. She's in Bali for only another week before she has to fly off to Africa, or maybe it's back to Thailand, to take care of her business. This Armeni
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  • ...Gandhi, or anyone else, to endeavour to have the Indian accepted in South Africa at his own estimate. There is no use being hypocritical in the matter. Ther
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  • ..., were pressured to distance themselves from the apartheid regime in South Africa or the Sudanese government that has been committing genocide in Darfur. Thi
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  • Edward Alpers, author of East Africa and the Indian Ocean
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  • tournament this year, due to the cost of travel to South Africa.
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  • Africa's Denel or Italy's Mangusta (the two finalists in a tender in
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  • reform, including the Security Council, adding that Africa and India, along with all of Africa, have no permanent seat.
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  • in South Africa of a new African World Heritage Fund and in
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  • ...ured far beyond the confines of their native homeland, settling in Europe, Africa, and southeastern Asia. And old postcards are known from virtually every on
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  • in developing countries (in Asia, Eastern Europe, India and Africa),
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  • region, Africa and worldwide. In health-related issues in particular,
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  • retired dockworker, plans on traveling with his wife to Africa, but
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  • ...the United Nations in a number of countries, including the Great Lakes of Africa, the Republic of Congo (ex-Zaire), [[Israel]], the Palestinian territories,
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  • He is the Honorary Consul General of [[South Africa]] in Istanbul.
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  • [[Category:Africa]]
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  • [[Category:Africa]]
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  • ...cultures, imposed colonial rule on the peoples of North and South America, Africa, India, and the Near, Middle and Far East. It imparted its cultural value s
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  • and Africa relate to and enjoy it? world and not just Ethiopia, Armenia or Africa. I believe in simple
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  • ...cribes the work of the author and his associates in real-world settings in Africa.
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  • ...nd apartheid she encountered reminded her of her growing up years in South Africa. A progressive activist and radio interviewer in adulthood, Galleymore more
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  • ...cluding the United Nations and European Union) in the Middle East, Europe, Africa in promotion and protection of human rights, as well as humanitarian and de ...a for a period of three years following the 1994 April Genocide in Rwanda (Africa). Currently she is the Head of Europe/CIS Program for democratic developmen
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  • ...ier, India, was wounded twice in action against the Afrika Corps. in North Africa and the 1st German Parachute Div. at Monte Cassino. His cousin Alain John v
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  • ...t new future for the inhabitants of this area where Europe, Asia Minor and Africa meet. Sokolow went along for the diplomatic ride, but in a letter to Weizma
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  • ...church history, one of a Christian sect of the 4th century living in North Africa, mentioned only by Augustine, who states that the members married, but live
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  • ...xt twelve months." This letter is signed by Daniel G. Marchand, Director, Africa and Middle East Trade, Development Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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  • and Development for Hyatt International Europe, Africa, Middle East)
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  • Sierra Leone, West Africa, and now works in Hollywood. He is best
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  • ...Addis Ababa, at the time the capital of the Italian colony [[Italian East Africa]], one and half years after the [[Second Italo-Abyssinian War]].<ref name=" ...of [[Haile Selassie I]] in 1954.<ref name="nmaa-bio">{{cite web|url=http://africa.si.edu/exhibits/passages/boghossian.html|title=Alexander "Skunder" Boghossi
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  • ...he producers of KPFK 90.7 F.M, Pacifica Radio's South West Asian and North Africa collective. Lucy is also a member of Women in Black-Los Angeles as well as
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  • ...of Malaysia and shipwrecks of East Indian companies off the coast of South Africa.
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  • way higher than expectations. In Asia, India and even Africa the immersion getaways, such as safaris in Africa, biking in France, and
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  • ...ing a UFO conspiracy theory involving an alien spacecraft landing in South Africa, and is said to be continuing his quest for new species.}} <ref>The Orchid
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  • a leading company in the Middle East and South Africa specialized in
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  • ..., Finland, India, Ireland, Mexico, Nigeria, Philippines, Russia, and South Africa.
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  • ..., Finland, India, Ireland, Mexico, Nigeria, Philippines, Russia, and South Africa.
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  • ..., Finland, India, Ireland, Mexico, Nigeria, Philippines, Russia, and South Africa.
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  • ...Ministry also announced that it might send peacekeeping troops to Mali in Africa, where a series of bloody confrontations have been unfolding. In these clas
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  • The Catholicos then urged Armenians to include the far-flung regions of Africa, the Far East, and South America within the scope of the Centennial activit
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  • Since 1995 – Member of the Artist Union of South Africa. 1998 – “Benmore Art Gallery” – South Africa
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  • ...sultants not only into Muslim countries, such as those in Central Asia and Africa, but also into the United States, France, Germany, Great Britain, Sweden, a
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  • ...mmitted in Algeria and will notice explicit or implicit massacres in North Africa."
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  • ...nocide of the 20th century has happened to the Hereros people in Southwest Africa in 1904, when over 80% of the nation was destroyed. There is no debate abou
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  • With volunteers from Australia, Canada and South Africa, the small
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  • ...n Diaspora. Vahe Tilbian of Ethiopia will be representing the continent of Africa.
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  • ...r example, should the various peoples of North America, South America, and Africa still be ruled by European empires?
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  • ...r, he started working for the Olivett company in [[Johannesburg]], [[South Africa]]n Republic.
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  • Okay Africa
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  • ...have taken other approaches to uncovering their sordid histories. In South Africa, the history and abuses of apartheid were partly exposed through the Truth
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  • ...a-africa-stamp-their-past-art/6WYy5NA9yq3qQbNEHAQt3O/story.html Armenia, Africa stamp their past on art]'''
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  • ...lf-taught ethnomusicologist whose popular weekly radio show, Music Time in Africa, remains the [[Voice of America]]’s longest-running English-language prog ...]. He recorded American jazz trumpeter [[Louis Armstrong]] when he visited Africa as a goodwill ambassador, and he trained sound engineers at newly independe
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  • ...should not be allowed to participate in such sports events just like South Africa was banned during Apartheid, Karabakh will soon host European CONIFA Foodba
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  • ...n and Nicolas Fasquelle, FRV’s managing director for the Middle East and Africa. Grigorian’s press office said Fasquelle expressed confidence about succe
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  • ...ducation, training and mentoring of surgeons of East, Central and Southern Africa. Following surgical training in Ireland he returned to Africa where he spent most of his clinical career as a surgeon in Lusaka, Zambia.
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  • ...ons that opposed the racial segregationist/Apartheid White regime in South Africa. Bullock was also paid by South Africa for such spying.
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  • ...pect to Rwandan genocide victims, met the country's tech leaders and Smart Africa group (25 nations participate), and signed a memorandum between the two nat
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  • ...as approved Jeff Harrigian as the commander of US Air Forces in Europe and Africa. He'll also serve as the commander of NATO's Allied Air Command. He has bee
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  • Africa:
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  • ..."We Are the World" by a supergroup of popular musicians billed as USA for Africa.[6] * "Performers From USA For Africa's "We Are The World"". In The 80s. Retrieved January 21, 2014.
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  • Pankhurst, R. “Indian Trade with Ethiopia, the Gulf of Aden and the Horn of Africa in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries”. Cahiers d’Études afr
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  • ...rmenian Jeffrey Harrigian as the leader of US air operations in Europe and Africa.
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  • ...mings. They are the firm that recently lost the license and had to move to Africa to operate under fewer regulations. Pashinyan mentioned this story during t
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  • A hot wind from Africa is expected to reach Armenia on March 8th. [[Yerevan]] will see 21c and [[T
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  • ...yers. Everyone else relies on imported legionnaires, either from Russia or Africa.
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  • ...e circle. She's in Bali for only another week before she has to fly off to Africa, or maybe it's back to Thailand, to take care of her business. This Armenia
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  • ...In 2019 it was Taron Avia that lost the license. They're doing flights in Africa now.
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  • ...s news stories TLDR -- Pashinyan's Q&A - Many topics - Weapon smuggling in Africa, Artsakh election fraud, Police contract abuse, Which officials are charged ...negligence. Armenian jets were used to secretly traffic illegal weapons in Africa, for years. I'm not sad about the airline license revocations. Exposing the
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  • ==Armenian jets in Africa / Years of negligence== ...en't properly checked for safety in Armenia, how can the checks be done in Africa?
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  • ...need to invest $12mln in a diamond mine that he (churchman family) owns in Africa, claiming that after investments they would make more money from diamonds. Nikol: 28 jets were registered by Armenia. 18 are working abroad. 10 work in Africa (Sudan, Chad).
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  • ...al large scale peace keeping and peace building operations in Haiti, South Africa, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Afghanistan and Liberia until end of 2004
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  • ...ania, Congo, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Zambia, Mozambique, Tanzania, South Africa, Central African Republic, Maldives, Iceland, and Greenland.
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  • ...ns with African colleagues to do safety checks of Armenian jets located in Africa, etc.
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  • ...ngary (31%), Ukraine (29%), Nigeria (29%), India (27%), Kenya (25%), South Africa (25%), Slovakia (24%), Australia (24%), Lithuania (22%), Czech Republic (22 South Africa: Bush (32%); Obama (72%-77%); Trump (39%-42%).
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  • ...ve been on the statute books of countries across the Middle East and North Africa. Thanks to years of campaigning by women’s rights activists and lawmakers
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  • # Importing “more than 12 million slaves” from Africa;
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  • ADL agents spied on American opponents of Apartheid in South Africa and passed information to its government — hardly the conduct of a civil/
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  • ...s scare (6) Subsidized Hep C drug (7) Kocharyan trial (8) Armenian jets in Africa (9) Anti-body tests (10) Artsakh aid (11) Another Mayor (12) No torture in ==How Armenian airlines trafficked weapons in Africa for years==
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  • ...lso affected Civil Aviation's credibility. Last year their plane landed in Africa without wheels. No one was injured.
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  • .... There is a growing tension between Turkey and Arab countries in Northern Africa and the Middle East.
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  • ...d eventually had 3 children. In 1970, they migrated to Johannesburg, South Africa. Varouj worked in an architectural firm in Johannesburg and was involved in
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