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Vilnius

; An English-language album had also been announced for 2009,


Faroe Islands

it on her 2006 album, ''Lisa''. It was also covered in 2006 by Lex van Someren for ''Christmas Every Day''


Norway

name "norgealbum" Spain and Switzerland. The album topped the ARIA Albums Chart (ARIA Charts) and was second on the RIANZ Albums Chart (Recording Industry Association of New Zealand). The album debuted at #16 on the Oricon international album chart. On October

article&pid read&id 500 title A*Teens in Mexico 2003 publisher A-teens.com date 2003-05-05 accessdate 2010-05-15 their album reached number-seven on the international album charts and number-fifteen on the main album charts in late April that year. Mexican International Album Charts - April 28th 2003 Mexican Album Charts - April 28th 2003 '''Roald Jensen''' (13 January 1943 – 6 October 1987), nicknamed "Kniksen", of Bergen, Norway was one of that country's most celebrated association football players. He played for SK Brann and Heart of Midlothian F.C. ("Hearts"). ''Knicksen'' is a local Bergen word meaning "juggler". Commons:Category:Norway Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Wikipedia:Norway


Oslo

, held in Oslo that year. The exposure from competing in Eurovision would ultimately make Geffen Records notice the young Ilus, signing her for her first international album release. Her Eurovision entry was recorded half in English (English language) and half in Greek (Greek language) and she performed it as a duet, along with Greek (Greeks) singer Yiorgos Doukas. She also visited Greece for promotion and made a guest appearance in the Greek (Greeks) version


Greece

In one five-year period, there were 57 Catholic villages in the area, whilst the Bulgarian uniate schools in the Vilayet of Thessaloniki reached 64. "National Claims, Conflicts and Developments in Macedonia, 1870–1912" by Basil C. Gounaris, p. 186. but after 1884, most of its population gradually joined the Bulgarian Exarchate. The Bulgarian movement for union with Rome initially won some 60,000 adherents, but as a result of the establishment in 1870 of the Bulgarian Exarchate, at least three quarters of these returned to Orthodoxy by the end of the century. The Archbishop of all Uniat Bulgarians Nil Izvorov went back in 1884 to the Bulgarian Orthodox Church. The clergy’s numerous shifts were symptomatic of the Great powers’ game that the clergy got involved after the 1878 Berlin Treaty, which left Macedonia and Thrace within the Ottoman Empire, after they had been given to Bulgaria with the March 1878 San Stefano Treaty. A survey from 1905 established the presence of 9,712 Exarchists (Bulgarian Exarchate), 40 Patriachists (Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople), 592 Bulgarian Uniates (Bulgarian Uniat Church) and 16 Protestants. "La Macédoine et sa Population Chrétienne". D.M. Brancoff, Paris, 1905, р.98–99. As a student Delchev began first to study in the Bulgarian Uniate's primary school and then in the Bulgarian Exarchate's junior high school. Л. Чопова-Юрукова, Спомени за семейството на Гоце Делчев, сп. Септември, кн. 5, 1953, стр. 72; Ст. Стаматов, Спомени за Гоце Делчев и Борис Дрангов, София, 1935, стр. 15. He also read widely in the town's chitalishte, where he was impressed with revolutionary books, and especially Delchev was imbued with the ideas of Bulgarian liberation struggle (Liberation of Bulgaria). People in World History: A-M, Susan K. Kinnell, ABC-CLIO, 1989, ISBN 0874365503, p. 157. In 1888 his family sent him to the Bulgarian Men's High School of Thessaloniki, where he organized and led a secret revolutionary brotherhood. Julian Allan Brooks, MA in History "Shoot the Teacher!" Education and the Roots of the Macedonian Struggle; December 2005. Thesis (M.A.) – Department of History – Simon Fraser University, pp. 133–134. Delchev also distributed revolutionary literature, which he acquired from the school’s graduates who studied in Bulgaria. Graduation from a Bulgarian school was faced with few career prospects and Delchev decided to follow the path of his former school-mate Boris Sarafov, entering the military school in Sofia in 1891. He at first encountered the newly independent Bulgaria full of idealism and dedication, but he later became disappointed with the commercialized life of the society and with the authoritarian politics of the dictator Stefan Stambolov. Gotsе spent his leaves in the company of emigrants from Macedonia. Most of them belonged to the Young Macedonian Literary Society. One of his friends was Vasil Glavinov, a leader of the Macedonian-Adrianople faction of the Bulgarian Social Democratic Workers Party. Through Glavinov and his comrades

for her first international album release. Her Eurovision entry was recorded half in English (English language) and half in Greek (Greek language) and she performed it as a duet, along with Greek (Greeks) singer Yiorgos Doukas. She also visited Greece for promotion and made a guest appearance in the Greek (Greeks) version of Disney Club. '''Belasica''' (Macedonian (Macedonian language) and Bulgarian (Bulgarian language): , also


Mexico

, Vicente Fox. A*Teens to perform in front of the King & Queen of Sweden and the President (in Spanish) Their album reached number-three on the international albums chart and number fourteen on the main album charts. Mexican International Album Charts

: www.vinylrecords.ch Labels accessdate 2009-09-02 These latter-day Embassy LP releases were issued in the UK and Europe between 1970 and 1980, although there are known to be Mexican (Mexico) Embassy releases from much later on in the 1980s.

, respectively. It has sold 1.1 million in Brazil, becoming the best-selling international album by a female artist,


Switzerland

"aualbum" and was second on the RIANZ Albums Chart (Recording Industry Association of New Zealand). The album debuted at #16 on the Oricon international album chart. foundation 1960, incorporated 1962 location '''Incorporation''': Schaffhausen, Switzerland '''Operational Corporate''': Princeton, NJ (Princeton, New Jersey), United States key_people

million in Brazil, becoming the best-selling international album by a female artist, commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


Netherlands

: www.a-teens.com ?sid article&pid read&id 500 title A*Teens in Mexico 2003 publisher A-teens.com date 2003-05-05 accessdate 2010-05-15 their album reached number-seven on the international album charts and number-fifteen on the main album charts in late April that year. Mexican International Album Charts - April 28th 2003 Mexican Album Charts - April 28th 2003 The co-chairs of the conference were Dr. Vallop Thaineua of Thailand and Joep Lange of the Netherlands, president of the International AIDS Society, which was the formal host organization. The content of the conference was run by three program committees, the Community Program Committee, chaired by Senator Mechai Viravaidya and Donald De Gagne, the Scientific Program Committee chaired by Professor Prasert Thongcharoen and Professor David Cooper (David Cooper (Australian scientist)), and the Leadership Program Committee chaired by Pakdee Pothisiri and Debrework Zewdie. '''Opende''' is a village in the north-eastern Netherlands, in the province of Groningen (Groningen (province)). It is part of the municipality of Grootegast. '''FC Twente''' ( Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands


Croatia

and Matjushkinsky block 2006-2007 '''''Variations Part I&II''''' is Croatian pianist Maksim Mrvica's third album, including his first (non-international) album, "Gestures". '''Andrew Kovacevic''' (born 13 June 1974 in Melbourne, Victoria (Victoria (Australia)), Australia) is an Australian football (soccer) player with Croatian origins playing for Floreat Athena. He last played as a centre full back (Defender (soccer)) for the Australian A-League


Bulgaria

player born in Pleven (Bulgarian: Плевен). Trifonov's music genres are pop-folk, pop-rock and punk (Punk rock), but he has experimented with other genres as a part of Ku-ku Band ( ). In 2006 Trifonov started a new reality show "Dance with me" and in 2008 he recorded the song "My Love" featured on the Bulgarian edition of Ruslana's international album Wild Energy (Wild Energy (album)). subdivision_type1


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