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  • ...nd Rume, which wer under Dimu II administration and later joined Yöndöru in 1999 during the SPLM/A administrative restructuring of Dimu I Boma. These f ...n of Biri boma of the Mukaya payam whose administrative centre is situated in Rume as a centre under the administration of Chief Dickson Lenga Sururu. Cu
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  • ...United States - and you feel very much alone. |page= 1|year= 2007 | title= In Defense of Israel}}</ref><ref name="Hagee"/><ref>{{cite web|url=http://www. ...008 | title= Will Israel Survive}}</ref><ref>Eroding Israel’s Legitimacy in the International Arena http://reut-institute.org/en/Publication.aspx?Publi
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  • |mi = {{IPAc-cmn|zh|ong|1|h|ua|2|-|m|in|2|.|g|uo|2}} ...ina from its retreat to Taiwan in December 1949 to its loss of recognition in the [[United Nations]] on October 25, 1971 under the [[United Nations Gener
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  • [[Fidel Castro]] served as [[Prime Minister of Cuba]] from 1959 to 1976. In 1976, Castro became [[President of Cuba]]. [[Image:Fidel Castro - MATS Terminal Washington 1959.jpg|thumb|Castro in Washington, D.C., arriving at the MATS Terminal]]
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  • ...cle for deletion/dated|page=Struggle against political abuse of psychiatry in the Soviet Union|timestamp=20180102001807|year=2018|month=January|day=2|sub ...page: {{Old AfD multi|page=Struggle against political abuse of psychiatry in the Soviet Union|date=2 January 2018|result='''keep'''}} -->
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  • | foundation = {{Start date and age|1973|1|01}} (as Cocorioko) .../directory/cocorioko||title= Bio|year=2016|work=Music In Africa|publisher= In-house Nigeria |format=[article] |accessdate=2018-11-10}}</ref> It is publis
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  • ...n-born former lawyer, university lecturer, and the founder, CEO and editor-in-chief of Fair Observer.<ref>{{cite web|title=About Us|url=http://www.fairob ...alysis company solidified while attending the New York Global Media Summit in 2010.<ref>{{cite web|title=Fair Observer: The Future of Media|author= Yessi
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  • ==Africa== ...3rd President of Egypt (from 1970–1981), winner of [[Nobel Peace Prize]] in 1978.
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  • ...gree course in mechanical engineering at [[City University London]] where, in 1969, he dropped out to start the now legendary music club [[Friars Aylesbu ...the Year 1966. Many years later he performed at [[Madison Square Garden]] in New York on vocals/acoustic guitar which, by chance, was videoed and can be
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  • ...a list of the housemates of [[Big Brother 6 (UK)|sixth series]], broadcast in 2005, of the [[Big Brother (UK)|UK version of ''Big Brother'']], where they There were sixteen housemates in total; thirteen housemates entered on day one and they were joined by three
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  • ...scene in [[Parliament of the United Kingdom|Westminster]] or [[Whitehall]] in the [[United Kingdom]], often feature '''fictional Prime Ministers of the U :* Prime Minister in the [[Hercule Poirot]] short story "[[The Submarine Plans]]" by [[Agatha Ch
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  • ...nfess the error of our ways, renounce our form of government, and enthrone in its stead the British cabinet system."</ref><ref>Nevins, Allan. [https://ti :"In short, Mr. Hazlitt bids us drift no longer under the spell of our old Const
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  • {{Article for deletion/dated|page=List of firsts in India|timestamp=20200724070426|year=2020|month=July|day=24|substed=yes|help ...is closed, please place on talk page: {{Old AfD multi|page=List of firsts in India|date=24 July 2020|result='''keep'''}} -->
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  • {{Article for deletion/dated|page=1973 Equatorial Guinean presidential election|timestamp=20210106204905|year=2021 ...Once discussion is closed, please place on talk page: {{Old AfD multi|page=1973 Equatorial Guinean presidential election|date=6 January 2021|result='''keep
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