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Queen Maud Land

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for Stig E. Hallgren, photographer with NBSAE. ) is a group of low rock hills just west of Skorvehalsen Saddle in the east part of the Muhlig-Hofmann

; ) is an isolated hill bearing the appearance of two low rock summits separated by a snow col, located 5 nautical miles (9 km) north of the mouth of Austreskorve Glacier and the main mass of the Muhlig-Hofmann Mountains, in Queen Maud Land. Plotted from surveys and air photos


Democratic Republic of the Congo

of Kisangani. Because of low rock banks, at this point the Congo River is not anymore navigable and it creates rapids. 18 December 2005 (Sunday) *The International Court of Justice rules that Uganda must pay compensation to the Democratic Republic of the Congo for human rights violations during the Second Congo War. (ReliefWeb) *The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) holds its first national democratic poll in 40 years.(BBC)(Reuters) (Link dead as of 03:30, 15 January 2007 (UTC)) 5 December 2005 (Monday) * An earthquake (2005 Lake Tanganyika earthquake) strikes the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire). Many people are feared dead after an earthquake measuring 6.8 on the Richter scale struck Lake Tanganyika near the town of Kalemie. (TimesOnLine) (News24) (The Independent) (BBC) The '''Matadi-Kinshasa Railway''' is a Commons:Category:Democratic Republic of the Congo Wikipedia:Democratic Republic of the Congo Dmoz:Regional Africa Congo, Democratic Republic of the


France

of cities and towns in Poland Polish cities located by the E40 highway are Wrocław, Opole, Katowice, Kraków, Tarnów, Rzeszów and Przemyśl. * On August 29, 2007, the highest outhouse (actually, not a building at all, but a pit toilet surrounded by a low rock wall) in the continental United States — which sat atop Mount Whitney at about 4,418 meters (14,494 feet) above sea level, offering a magnificent panorama to the user — was removed. Two other outhouses, in the Inyo National Forest, were closed due to the expense and danger involved in transporting out large sewage drums via helicopter. The annual 19,000 or so hikers of the Mount Whitney Trail, who must pick up National Forest Service permits, are now given Wagbags (a double-sealed sanitation kit) and told how to use them. "Pack it in; pack it out" is the new watchword. Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


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