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Tripoli

. At the beginning of the talks on June 23, Abdelwahid stated that the "problem is mostly of a constitutional order", adding that they "demand a revision of the constitution (Constitution of Chad) to reopen the road to transition". "Début des négociations à Tripoli entre gouvernement et rebelles tchadiens", AFP (Agence France-Presse) (avmaroc.com), 23-6-2007. An important

stage in the talks was reached on October 3 when the government and the four rebel groups signed an accord in Tripoli on power-sharing in the government and the integration of the rebel forces in the Chadian army (Military of Chad). Among the rebel leaders, Abdelwahid was the only one to call the paper signed a "definitive accord", while the others only considered it provisional. "Pouvoir et rebelles signent un accord qui ne met pas un terme à la guerre", Apanews (Jeuneafrique.com), 4-10-2007. WikiPedia:Tripoli Commons:Category:Tripoli


Nanjing

born in Nanjing, China) was a Ming Dynasty Chinese (Chinese people) writer, best known as the author of the mythological-fantasy novel ''Fengshen Yanyi''. Chinese revolutionary, founder of the Kuomintang, and 1st President of the Republic of China At the foot of the second peak of Mount Zijin (Purple Mountain) in Nanjing, China Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum Will released his debut Mandarin solo album in 2002, ''Gecko Stroll'' (壁虎漫步). On 21 December 2007 Pan was special guest at Taiwanese artist Shin (Shin (singer))'s debut solo concert tour in Nanjing, where they preformed their track "Shut Up" from Pan's sixth album ''Play It Cool''. Xinhua News Agency Taiwan rock singer A-Shin shows off new stage image 19 December 2007. Retrieved 2011-05-25 His 2009 album, ''007 (007 (album))'' was released at Family Mart convenience stores in Taiwan along with those of S.H.E and Angela Zhang. It features a duet, "Be with You" with American R&B singer Akon. He held a series of solo concerts at the Taipei Arena from 6 December 2009 to July 2010. Biography Zhang was born in Nanjing in 1906. Before the Second Sino-Japanese War, he worked as a teacher, journalist and minor official. His prolific literary career started out in the 1920s. Hung-Yok Ip. "Fashioning Appearances: Feminine Beauty in Chinese Communist Revolutionary Culture". ''Modern China''. Vol. 29, No. 3 (Jul. 2003), pp. 329–361 ''Sage Publications, Inc''. http: www.jstor.org stable 3181296 By the early 1930s Zhang had joined both the League of Left-Wing Writers and Mao's (Mao Zedong) Chinese Communist Party. Anderson, Marston. ''The Limits of Realism: Chinese Fiction in the Revolutionary Period''. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990. P. 155. ''Escholarship Program''. ''California Digital Library''. Retrieved March 14, 2009. http: ark.cdlib.org ark: 13030 ft4s2005qm During the war and after the establishment of the People's Republic of China, he continued to write and held various official posts, including the editorship of the literary journal ''Renmin Wenxue'' (''People's Literature''). Being a metropolitan city with many foreign interests invested in it, other countries, such as the United States, the United Kingdom, and France attempted to negotiate a ceasefire between Japan and China. However, Japan refused, instead continuing to mobilize troops in the region. On February 12, American, British, and French representatives brokered a half-day cease fire for humanitarian relief to civilians caught in the crossfire. On 30 January, Chiang Kai-shek decided to temporarily relocate the capital from Nanjing to Luoyang as an emergency measure, since Nanjing's proximity to Shanghai could make it a target. In 1937, the North China Area Army had chased Song Zheyuan's 29th Army to the south along the Jinpu Railway (see Tianjin–Pukou Railway Operation) after his defeat in the Battle of Lugou Bridge. After Japan won the Battle of Nanjing, the North China Area Army advanced southward to establish a Japanese connection between Beijing and Nanjing, ignoring the non-expansionist policy of the Imperial General Headquarters in Tokyo. Most mechanized and air forces in Eastern China were wiped out in the Battle of Shanghai in 1937. Although new equipment was purchased, it had yet to be shipped. Young and untested at his father's death Yang Wo had relied on the director of the guard, Xu Wen, for his ascension, but later grew to resent Xu Wen's influence. However before he could pull himself free, Yang Wo was assassinated by Xu Wen and his colleague Zhang Hao in 908. Wen and Hao had initially planned to divide Wu between themselves and submit to Liang, but they soon fell out. Xu Wen installed Yang Wo's younger brother Longyan (Yang Longyan) and had Zhang Hao killed. Yang Longyan was a mere puppet with Xu Wen as the state's true ruler. Wen made himself Runzhou governor and moved his command to Jinling (Nanjing). The regular administration at the capital was left to his son Xu Zhixun. After Zhixun's murder in 918 this position was inherited by Wen's stepson, Zhigao (Li Bian). In 919 Yang Longyan proclaimed himself King of Wu and inaugurated a new era name (Chinese era name), thus for the first time Wu officially claimed to be a sovereign state. Longyan died of illness in 922 and was succeeded by his brother, Xingmi's fourth son, Yang Pu. As before, Xu Wen had the real power. He prodded Yang Pu to proclaim himself emperor, but died in 927 before this could happen. 29 November 927 Yang Pu acceded the throne as Emperor of Wu. Xu Zhigao was made grand marshal and director of the Chancellery. He married Margot Victor in 1936, and took a position at the National Central University in Nanjing. His mathematical work was seriously affected by the wartime situation in China. He taught at the National Tung-Chi University (Tongji University) in Shanghai in the academic year 1946–47, and then went to the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton (Princeton, New Jersey), where he returned to his research. From 1948 to 1977 he was a professor at Johns Hopkins University. Radar The ship is the first Chinese ship fitted with a multifunction Active Phased Array Radar with four antenna arrays, with a reported name Type 348 Radar. China originally imported a Ukrainian C-band active phased array radar for evaluation, but decided that the radar did not meet the Chinese requirement. Instead, China adopted a domestic S-band multifunction active phased array radar with four


Florence

; ref This was the last of several major commissions by the young Raphael for Perugia, the home city of his master Perugino. He had already painted for the same church the Oddi Altarpiece (now in the Vatican) for the Baglioni's great rival family (with whom they were also intermarried), and other large works. The new commission marked an important stage in his development as an artist, and the formation of his mature style. Jones and Penny 14-17, 40-47 ref>


Turkey

imperial mosque located in the Fatih district of Istanbul, Turkey. It was one of the largest examples of Turkish-Islamic architecture in Istanbul and represented an important stage in the development of classic Turkish architecture. It is named after Fatih Sultan Mehmed, the Ottoman sultan who captured Constantinople in 1453. '''Yeşilyurt''' is a small town in southwestern Turkey at a distance of Commons:Category:Turkey WikiPedia:Turkey Dmoz:Regional Middle East Turkey


Boston

. in the early '90s, he moved to Brooklyn, where he began drawing a regular comic strip, ''Medea's Weekend'', for the Williamsburg (Williamsburg, Brooklyn) newsweekly ''Waterfront Week''. Chadwick's most important stage work from this period is ''The Padrone'', based on the realistic plight of Italian immigrants in the North End (North End, Boston) of Boston. It has a distinctive verismo style (realistic action integrated with a lyrical score


France

– Site officiel de la Cathedrale de Notre-Dame de Reims Aside from churches, Gothic Architecture had been used for many religious palaces, the most important one being the Palais des Papes in Avignon. The final victory in the Hundred Years' War marked an important stage in the evolution of French architecture. It was the time of the French Renaissance and several artists from Italy were invited to the French court; many residential palaces were built in the Loire Valley. Such residential castles were the Château de Chambord, the Château de Chenonceau, or the Château d'Amboise. Following the renaissance and the end of the Middle Ages, Baroque architecture (French Baroque architecture) replaced the traditional Gothic style. However, in France, baroque architecture found a greater success in the secular domain than in a religious one. Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


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