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criticism including


Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

ese, Chinese (China), and South Koreans has ensured continued prosperity in the foreseeable future for the entire island. There has been significant criticism, including from Presidential Envoy Kamil Iskhakov, that Sakhalin is not caring for its citizens. Despite sizable gas deposits and incoming investments from gas companies, the regional administration does not yet have plans for the installation of gas services on the island. The oblast also continues to have the highest rate


Haiti

;ref name "independent.co.uk" Ashton came under further criticism, including explicit criticism from national defence ministers Hervé Morin, Carme Chacón, Jack de Vries, and EU minister Pierre Lellouche, for her failure to attend the European Defence Summit in Majorca. Baroness Ashton under fire for missing European defence summit''The Times'', 26 February 2010, David Charter


Madrid

'' ("Harsh World"), was an immediate critical success. His second book, ''Grado elemental'' ("Elementary Grade"), was published in Paris and won the prestigious Antonio Machado Prize for Poetry. He published eight more books of poetry and edited several anthologies and books of literary criticism, including critical editions on the poetry of Juan Ramón Jiménez and Antonio Machado. Two books have appeared in English translation: ''Harsh World and Other Poems


Afghanistan

is headed by Janez Lenarčič. The U.S. received support from the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Israel, and 25 other countries. Its doctrine of declaring a war on what it called "terrorist havens" was not repeated until 1998, when President Bill Clinton ordered strikes on six terrorist camps (Bombing of Afghanistan and Sudan (August 1998)) in Afghanistan. Margaret Thatcher's approval of the use of Royal Air Force bases led to substantial criticism

, including an unprecedented story in ''The Sunday Times (The Sunday Times (UK))'' suggesting the Queen (Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom) was upset by an "uncaring" Prime Minister. Widespread criticism of the raid caused a temporary rift in UK-US relations and American tourists stayed away from Britain during the spring. Gaddafi himself responded by saying "Thatcher is a murderer...Thatcher is a prostitute. She sold herself to Reagan."


Israel

to substantial criticism, including an unprecedented story in ''The Sunday Times (The Sunday Times (UK))'' suggesting the Queen (Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom) was upset by an "uncaring" Prime Minister. Widespread criticism of the raid caused a temporary rift in UK-US relations and American tourists stayed away from Britain during the spring. Gaddafi himself responded by saying "Thatcher is a murderer...Thatcher is a prostitute. She sold herself to Reagan."

, accessed January 8, 2007. *The most successful Arab-Israeli peace negotiator to date, Carter braved a storm of criticism, including the insinuation from the pro-Israel Anti-Defamation League that his arguments are anti-Semitic (w:antisemitic).--Ali Abunimah (w:Ali Abunimah) Ali Abunimah (w:Ali Abunimah), A Palestinian View of Jimmy Carter's Book, ''Wall Street


Canada

doctrine of declaring a war on what it called "terrorist havens" was not repeated until 1998, when President Bill Clinton ordered strikes on six terrorist camps (Bombing of Afghanistan and Sudan (August 1998)) in Afghanistan. Margaret Thatcher's approval of the use of Royal Air Force bases led to substantial criticism, including an unprecedented story in ''The Sunday Times (The Sunday Times (UK))'' suggesting the Queen (Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom) was upset


Australia

; was not repeated until 1998, when President Bill Clinton ordered strikes on six terrorist camps (Bombing of Afghanistan and Sudan (August 1998)) in Afghanistan. Margaret Thatcher's approval of the use of Royal Air Force bases led to substantial criticism, including an unprecedented story in ''The Sunday Times (The Sunday Times (UK))'' suggesting the Queen (Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom) was upset by an "uncaring" Prime Minister. Widespread criticism


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