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Cameroon

inserted parameter. Either remove it; or change its value to "." for the cite to end in a ".", as necessary. -- He is a member of the commission of Foreign Affairs. A long-time friend of the government of Saddam Hussein, especially of Tariq Aziz, he was the leader of the pro-Iraqi lobby in the National Assembly until the 2003 invasion of Iraq by the United States of America and their allies. He is also a member of groups promoting friendship toward


Lebanon

; choirs in Istanbul and the similarly named "Gusan" choir (1933 -1961) in Beirut. He was awarded with the National Order of the Cedar, a high Lebanese presidential award for promoting friendship between the Armenian and Lebanese peoples.


Beirut

 -1961) in Beirut. He was awarded with the National Order of the Cedar, a high Lebanese presidential award for promoting friendship between the Armenian and Lebanese peoples. In 1928, he moved to Nicosia, Cyprus where he taught music at the prestigious Melkonian Educational Institute and from 1933 at Beirut, Lebanon's Neshan Palandjian College (Djemaran). In 1936, he established "Gusan" (in Armenian (Armenian language) «Գուսան», in Western Armenian Kousan) choir in 1933 that he directed and conducted personally. The activities of the choir continued until 1961 under his direction in Beirut, Lebanon. It's first concert was in the American University of Beirut Memorial Hall, where 70 male and female singers took part. "Gusan" has had recitals in many venues in Lebanon, Syria and Egypt and its repertoire also included in addition to Armenian national, folkloric and spiritual songs, songs occasionally in other languages including Arabic, Kurdish etc. In 1936, a music association named «Գուսան երաժշտասիրաց միութիւն» was also formed for encouraging the project and developing love of music and its propagation amongst the Armenians. '''Bahij al-Khatib''' (


Saudi Arabia

invasion of Iraq by the United States of America and their allies. He is also a member of groups promoting friendship toward Saudi Arabia, Cameroon, the United States of America, Iran, Palestine (Palestinian territories), Syria, Zambia. Economy One of the largest products of Qandala is a traditional gum, which is exported to several countries including Yemen, Oman, Saudi Arabia, India, Spain, and Australia. One kilogram of gum sells for about


Syria

is also a member of groups promoting friendship toward Saudi Arabia, Cameroon, the United States of America, Iran, Palestine (Palestinian territories), Syria, Zambia. 2006 World Cup qualifying stage controversy In March 2005, the North Korean team entered a match with Iran (Iran national football team) with limited chances of qualifying for the World Cup finals due to poor performance in early fixtures. During the match hosted in Pyongyang, North Korean fans became


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