and closed in 1899), Mersin, Baghdad, * 1893 Ankara, Aleppo (closed in 1921), Bassorah * 1898 Mytilini (closed in 1921) WikiPedia:Aleppo commons:Aleppo
Roed-Larsen said in a telephone interview Saturday from Beirut (w:Beirut) that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad (w:Bashar al-Assad) made "a firm commitment" for a two-stage pull out of forces in Lebenon (w:Lebanon). Roed-Larson met with the leader at his Aleppo (w:Aleppo) home late last week for talks on Syrian intentions of following the UN Security Council (w:Un security council) Resolution 1559. Eleven residents of an apartment building in the Christian neighborhood of New Jdeideh, located in northern Beirut (w:Beirut), Lebanon (w:Lebanon), were injured by an explosion just after midnight local time. 180px right Explosion near Beirut kills two, injures three (Image:Lebanon flag large.png) Three people are dead and five are injured after an explosion tore through a shopping center near the port of Jounie, 20 kilometres north of Beirut (w:Beirut), Lebanon (w:Lebanon). The 45-pound bomb, which was placed under a stairwell, exploded around 1:30am local time (0330 UTC). thumb right right Lebonese President Emile Lahoud (Image:Lebanon.EmileLahoud.01.jpg) A late night car bomb explosion on Saturday in Beirut (w:Beirut) wounded 5 people and sparked a large fire in an industrial suburb east of the city. This marks the second car bombing inside a week's time in the Lebanon (w:Lebanon) capital’s anti-Syrian vicinities. A veteran Lebanese politician, George Hawi (w:George Hawi), was assassinated today in Beirut (w:Beirut). Hawi's death came as a grim punctuation mark to the final round of parliamentary elections in Lebanon, the first since Syrian occupation ended earlier this year. Hawi was formerly the secretary of the Lebanese Communist Party (w:Lebanese Communist Party). He had long been a Syrian ally, but recently became a critic of Syrian influence in the country. After catching a connecting flight in Amsterdam, he arrived in Kuwait City (w:Kuwait City) on December 13. He called his parents on the telephone and informed them of where he was and his intention to visit Iraq. This was the first time his parents learned of his plans. He then attempted to cross the Kuwait-Iraq border by taxi, but because of tight security for the upcoming elections he was unable to pass through, and spent a week in Beirut (w:Beirut), Lebanon (w:Lebanon), interviewing minority Christians. Then on December 25, he flew in to Baghdad (w:Baghdad) International Airport. Relatives picked him up from the airport and put him at a hotel known to frequently house American citizens.
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on December 8, 2007. After seeing Sheen's dailies, the producers were so impressed that they asked him to join the regular cast. "They realized that people might catch on that I'd be there only once a month, so they talked to me about a longer commitment," says Sheen. The actor says that part of the reason he took on the role of Bartlet is because of his involvement in social issues. Topping, Keith (2002). ''An Unofficial and Unauthorized
. The US (w:United States) and France (w:France) are repeating their calls for Syria (w:Syria) to completely withdraw from Lebanon (w:Lebanon). The two countries are leading an international campaign, based upon the UN Security Council (w:UN Security Council) Resolution 1559.
" which gripped the British government in late January 1939, which in turn led to the public declarations by the British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain in February that any German attack upon France, Switzerland, and the Low Countries would be automatically considered the ''casus belli'' for an Anglo-German war, leading to the British "continental commitment" to defend France with a large ground force. In the second half of March 1939, Goerdeler together with Dr. Schacht
November 2010 A week later, Ribéry was criticized by manager Louis Van Gaal for his performance in a friendly match against Unterhaching (SpVgg Unterhaching), which was organized to help Ribéry and other injured first-team players regain full fitness. Though Van Gaal was disappointed in several of his players' performances, he singled out Ribéry stating "he (Ribéry) didn't make any effort and showed no commitment".
Darnell, head of reality TV for the US Fox network, was quoted as saying that the broadcast networks (NBC, CBS, ABC and Fox) "might as well plan three or four reality shows each season because we're going to have them, anyway." History Discussions of "outpatient commitment" began in the psychiatry community in the 1980s following deinstitutionalization, a trend that led to the widespread closure of public psychiatric hospitals
and resulted in the discharge of large numbers of people with mental illness to the community. In the last decade of the 20th century and the first of the 21st, "outpatient commitment" laws were passed in a number of U.S. states and jurisdictions in Canada. By the end of 2010, 44 U.S. states had enacted some version of an outpatient commitment law. In some cases, passage of the laws followed widely publicized "preventable tragedies, such as the murders of Laura's
Staff at the end of World War II in Europe. The initial primary goal of the operation was declared as follows: "to impose upon Russia (Soviet Union) the will of the United States and the British Empire. Even though 'the will' of these two countries may be defined as no more than a square deal for Poland, that does not necessarily limit the military commitment"
the "Dutch War Scare (Timeline_of_events_preceding_World_War_II#January_9)" which gripped the British government in late January 1939, which in turn led to the public declarations by the British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain in February that any German attack upon France, Switzerland, and the Low Countries would be automatically considered the ''casus belli'' for an Anglo-German war, leading to the British "continental commitment" to defend France with a large ground force
; thumb right Kelly Jones and the Stereophonics September 2007 (Image:2007 09 13 stereophonics.jpg) In 2003, whilst on tour in Germany, drummer Stuart Cable - whom by this time had his own television chat show on BBC Wales - was sacked from the band by Jones, citing problems over "commitment". Cable was replaced temporarily on the remainder of the tour by Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman. According to Stuart, "I kept pluggin' away. I knew when we started we weren't very good and I was waiting for it to get better. It was becoming obvious that wasn't going to happen and I said so. Kelly didn't like that". Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany