to the borders of Afghanistan. The type locality (Type locality (biology)) is listed as "Perse" (Persia). According to Drumheller, the CIA, with the help of a friendly intelligence service, recruited Iraqi Foreign Minister Naji Sabri in Europe during the late summer of 2002. Sabri told the CIA in September that Saddam had no major active weapons of mass destruction programs; they had no fissile fissile material and biological weapons (Biological warfare) were almost non-existent, although he claimed that there were chemical weapons (Chemical warfare). This information was then transmitted to the White House, but it was ignored in favor of the information coming from a source known as Curveball (Curveball (informant)). SCAW opposes the occupation of Iraq, Afghanistan and Haiti, though Iraq and Afghanistan are generally more prominent in terms of activity. SCAW has also done work to help the War Resisters Support Campaign, especially in Ottawa, where SCAW-Carleton was part of a group of dozens of people who marched down Bank Street to show their support for the Campaign on January 26, 2008. "Carleton Students Rally with US War Resisters," ''The Charlatan'' (31 Jan 2008). http: www.charlatan.ca index.php?option com_content&task view&id 19695&Itemid 176. See also ''The Fulcrum''. http: www.thefulcrum.ca node 1028. The political composition of SCAW includes NDP (New Democratic Party) members, International Socialists, anarchists, left liberals and many others. - 16 August 29, 2003 Actor Larry Miller (Larry Miller (actor)), Tom McClintock, Bay Buchanan, comedian Dennis Miller, Senator Joe Biden Iraq and North Korea, Republican Party (Republican Party (United States))'s convention, influence of MTV and rap music - - 89 November 10, 2006 CNN's Candy Crowley, actor Rainn Wilson, author Salman Rushdie; via satellite, Sen. Charles Schumer and Rep. Jeff Flake 2006 elections (United States elections, 2006), plan for Iraq, Congressional earmarks (Earmark (politics)), resignation of Donald Rumsfeld - - 90 November 17, 2006 Guitarist Tom Morello of Audioslave, journalist Dana Priest, actor Richard Dreyfuss; via satellite, journalist Dan Rather and television's Norman Lear Journalistic roles ethics, strategy for Iraq, incoming Democratic Congress (110th United States Congress), O.J. Simpson book (If I Did It), future of democracy - - 91 February 16, 2007 Fmr Lt. Gov. Michael Steele (Michael S. Steele), fmr Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, TV host Craig Ferguson; via satellite, fmr Sen. John Edwards (D-NC) and basketball player John Amaechi Developments in North Korea, Iran, and Iraq; global warming; Mitt Romney and Mormonism; Al Franken Senate campaign - - 92 February 23, 2007 Rep. Darrell Issa, author Ayaan Hirsi Ali, actor Steven Weber (Steven Weber (actor)); via satellite, Sen. Joe Biden and filmmaker David Mamet Guantanamo Bay detention camp, clash of civilizations, developments in Iraq, David Geffen political comments, cameras in courtrooms - - 108 September 14, 2007 Journalist Carl Bernstein, Rep Jan Schakowsky (Ill.), comedian Drew Carey; via satellite, Sen Chuck Hagel (Neb.) and author Robert Draper Petraeus report (Report to Congress on the Situation in Iraq) and Middle East policy, 9 11 (September 11 attacks) anniversary and relationship to Iraq, Hillary Clinton campaign - In 871, the Caliph al-Mu'tamid appointed his brother Al-Muwaffaq (Al-Muwaffaq (vizier)) as governor of Damascus, and his son, later the Caliph Al-Mu'tadid, to succeed Yarjukh as governor of Egypt. The rebellion of the Zanji, a group of black slaves who seized control of Basra and much of southern Iraq during this decade, siphoned much of the caliphate's resources away from the provinces. In 874, ibn Ṭūlūn took advantage of the chaos in Iraq to sever relations with Baghdad and declare independence. In 871, the Caliph al-Mu'tamid appointed his brother Al-Muwaffaq (Al-Muwaffaq (vizier)) as governor of Damascus, and his son, later the Caliph Al-Mu'tadid, to succeed Yarjukh as governor of Egypt. The rebellion of the Zanji, a group of black slaves who seized control of Basra and much of southern Iraq during this decade, siphoned much of the caliphate's resources away from the provinces. In 874, ibn Ṭūlūn took advantage of the chaos in Iraq to sever relations with Baghdad and declare independence. *''Christians, Muslims, and Islamic Rage'' (Zondervan 2003) *''Churchill's Folly: How Winston Churchill Created Iraq'' (Carroll and Graf, in the USA 2004: called ''Winston's Folly'' with Constable in the UK in 2004) Commons:Category:Iraq WikiPedia:Iraq Dmoz:Regional Middle East Iraq
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of Fire (album) Field of Fire '' 1986), as well as a follow-up (''Real Time'', 1987), and found time to start up two new offshoots, Braziloid and Skaloid, which released, Brazilian and ska music respectively. Beidas was in full technical control of the journal, editing most of the contents himself. It became a mouthpiece for all major active writers in Greater Syria and the Diaspora (Palestinian exodus) and was distributed widely, as far a field as Brazil and Australia. An-Nafa’is became a distinguished institution, benefiting from the general cultural awakening in the region and the increased focus on literary and scientific matters. The '''Black-backed Grosbeak''', ''Pheucticus aureoventris'' is a large finch type bird found in South America in Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru and Venezuela. They are often kept as cagebirds. right thumb 250px Friendly people at a comp in Australia (File:Surfers at Camp Tuncurry, Australia (30 October 2004).JPG) The movement, which is incorporated as a not-for-profit in Australia, also has chapters in over 25 countries worldwide including New Zealand, United States, United Kingdom, South Africa, France, Japan, and Brazil. Christian Surfers have received recognition for their commitment to the international surfing community, organic faith initiatives, and compassion activities such as tsunami-relief
km mi east of Naples and a short distance from the shore. It is the only volcano on the European mainland to have erupted within the last hundred years, although it is not currently erupting (eruption). The two other major active volcanoes in Italy (Volcanism in Italy), Etna (Mount Etna) and Stromboli, are located on the islands of Sicily and Stromboli respectively. Further intrigues to reduce Britain's commitment to Western Front Offensives included sending men and guns to Italy and Palestine, although Robertson was able to block Lloyd George's plan to make Palestine the main theatre of operations by having Allenby, the commander in that theatre, make the impossible demand that thirteen extra divisions be sent to him. Gordon Corrigan, "Mud, Blood and Poppycock", (2003), p. 323. In the winter of 1917 18 Lloyd George secured the resignations of both the service chiefs, Admiral Jellicoe (John Jellicoe, 1st Earl Jellicoe) and General Robertson (William Robertson (British Army officer)). Relations with the latter had not improved despite Lloyd George inviting him to a meal and arranging him to be served apple pudding (his favourite dish) and he was eventually forced out over his insistence that the British delegate to a new inter-Allied co-ordination body at Versailles be subordinate to Robertson as CIGS in London. Japanese Americans were generally forbidden to fight a combat role in the Pacific theatre (Pacific War); although no such limitations were placed on Americans of German (Germany) or Italian (Italy) ancestry who fought against the Axis Powers. Up to this point, the United States government has only been able to find records of five Japanese Americans who were members of the Air Corps during World War II, one of them being Kenje Ogata. There was at least one ''Nisei'', U.S. Army Air Force Technical Sergeant Ben Kuroki, who participated in 28 bombing missions over mainland Japan and other locations. Yenne, Bill. (2007). ''Rising Sons: The Japanese-American GIs Who Fought for the United States in World War II,'' p. 140. In Italy the incidence of Caesarean sections is particularly high, although it varies from region to region.
), attacking from Romania and, operating exclusively as ordinary ground infantry, helped storm Sevastopol (Siege of Sevastopol (1942)) in the Crimea (1942). The region was quiet for the first few months of the war, until Fascist Italy (Kingdom of Italy (1861–1946)) declared war against France and Britain Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France