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JPost JPArticle ShowFull&cid 1113704365040 (Jerusalem Post) * Privacy groups in the United Kingdom along with opposition Liberal Democrats (Liberal Democrats (UK)) decry fingerprint passports as 'ID card by stealth'. (Telegraph) (Wikinews) (n:British National Fingerprint Database begins without parliamentary consultation)

in the United Kingdom along with opposition Liberal Democrats (Liberal Democrats (UK)) decry fingerprint passports as 'ID card by stealth'. (Telegraph) (Wikinews) (n:British National Fingerprint Database begins without parliamentary consultation) (Guardian)


Israel

protests. The protest was organised by the Prosperous Justice Party in order to show Muslim unity regarding the Al Aqsa Mosque. (Herald Sun), (Guardian), (Jerusalem Post) * Privacy groups in the United Kingdom along with opposition Liberal Democrats

along with opposition Liberal Democrats (Liberal Democrats (UK)) decry fingerprint passports as 'ID card by stealth'. (Telegraph) (Wikinews) (n:British National Fingerprint Database begins without parliamentary consultation) (Guardian)


Soviet Union

Union Soviet attack. Diefenbaker and his allies opposed this proposal, while many other Conservatives and the opposition (parliamentary opposition) Liberal Party (Liberal Party of Canada) were in favour. Minister of National Defence (Minister of National Defence (Canada)) Douglas Harkness resigned from Cabinet on February 4, 1963, because of Diefenbaker's opposition to accepting the missiles. The next day, the government lost two non-confidence motions on the issue, prompting the election. Toompea castle Since 1922, the sessions of the Riigikogu have taken place in the Toompea castle, where a new building in the exquisite expressionist and in an unusually modern style was erected to the former courtyard of the medieval castle in 1920–1922. During the subsequent periods of Soviet (Soviet Union) (1940–41), German (Nazi Germany) (1941–44) and second Soviet occupation (Occupation of Baltic Republics) of Estonia (1944–1991) the Riigikogu was disbanded. The castle and the building of Riigikogu was used by the Supreme Soviet of Estonian SSR. Kashtan never succeeded in winning election to the Canadian House of Commons, and retired in 1988. He was an orthodox, pro-Moscow Communist and consistently supported the Soviet Union through various shifts in policy at the Kremlin. Kashtan opposed Eurocommunism in the 1970s when many other Communist Parties in the west embraced it. The '''Treaty on the Final Settlement With Respect to Germany''', Wikipedia:Post-Soviet states commons:Союз Советских Социалистических Республик


Australia

Keating (then Treasurer of Australia, and future Prime Minister), referred to it as "the recession that Australia had to have." Paul Keating – Chronology at australianpolitics.com This quote became a cornerstone of the opposition Liberal Party (Liberal Party of Australia)'s campaign during the 1993 election (Australian federal election, 1993), designed to underscore alleged mismanagement of the national economy by the incumbent Labor Party (Australian Labor Party). Unlike the opposition parties in North America, however, the Liberal Party failed to enter government. Precinct mall In a number of English-speaking countries, such as the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, a shopping centre (shopping mall) may also be known as a ''precinct'', which refers to an enclosed public space with shops or department stores. A pedestrianised street or area of a town is sometimes called a ''pedestrian precinct''. '''''Sexie''''' is the name of the 2003 tour by Eddie Izzard. The tour covered Australia, New Zealand, the USA (United States), Canada, the United Kingdom, and Ireland. In 1971, he directed the classic Australian film ''Outback'' (''Wake in Fright''). It won much critical acclaim in Europe, and was Australia's entry at the Cannes Film Festival. (In 2009, ''Wake in Fright'' was re-released on DVD and Blu-ray disc in a fully restored version.) Also in 1971, Kotcheff returned to television, directing the ''Play for Today'' production ''Edna, the Inebriate Woman'' for the BBC, which won him a British Academy Television Award for Best Director. In 2000, the play was voted one of the 100 Greatest British Television Programmes of the 20th century in a poll of industry professionals conducted by the British Film Institute. He subsequently became a private consultant in the field of back injury prevention and the New Zealand Safety Council's Manual Handling Advisor, running courses in New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and USA. thumb 300px The gold diggings (Image:Redhillgully.JPG) '''Sovereign Hill''' is an open air museum in Golden Point (Golden Point, Victoria), a suburb of Ballarat, Victoria (Victoria (Australia)), Australia. Sovereign Hill depicts Ballarat's first ten years after the discovery of gold there in 1851. It was officially opened on 29 November 1970 and has become a nationally acclaimed tourist attraction. Sovereign Hill Claims Tourist Award It is one of Victoria's most popular attractions and Ballarat's most famous attraction. http: www.visitballarat.com.au ?id ballarathistoricceme Set in the Australian 1850s, the complex is located on a 25-hectare site that is linked to the richest alluvial gold rush in the world. The site comprises over 60 historically recreated buildings, with costumed staff and volunteers, who are able to answer questions and will pose for photos. The recreation is completed with antiques, artwork, books and papers, machinery, livestock and animals, carriages and devices all appropriate to the era. '''The Whitlams''' are a rock (Rock music) band based in Sydney, Australia. The original band consisted of Tim Freedman, Stevie Plunder and Andy Lewis (Andy Lewis (bassist)). '''Melbourne Central''' is an underground station (Train station) in the metro railway network (List of Melbourne railway stations) of Melbourne, Australia. It is one of five stations (and one of three underground) on the City Loop, which encircles the central business district (Melbourne central business district). The station is under La Trobe Street (La Trobe Street, Melbourne), between Swanston (Swanston Street, Melbourne) and Elizabeth (Elizabeth Street, Melbourne) Streets, on the northern edge of the CBD. The station is named after the Melbourne Central Shopping Centre it is beneath, and is not the city's main station — Flinders Street (Flinders Street Station) is the main suburban station, and Southern Cross (Southern Cross Station) is the regional terminus. It is the second busiest metropolitan railway station in Melbourne, in 2009 there was an average of 47,700 passenger boardings per day. Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


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