and electricity. The Shuyuan Water manages Shuyang's water infrastructure. Shuyang’s water supply is gain from its reservoir, the Shuyang Dam on the Huaishu River. The second water plant is invested by another private corporate called Jingu Agriculture. SST (Shuyang Sewerage Treatment) and Southern Water, the two private corporations, own the two wastewater treatment plant located in the east and south of the city separately. Electricity for Shuyang mainly comes from the national power grid . Shuyang
Tripoli publisher Financial Times date 5 August 2011 What prevented the consolidation of truly national power even by the ''Ard Rí'' was the fact that the island was divided into a number of autonomous, fully independent kingdoms (monarchy) ruled by rival dynasties. The most powerful of these kingdoms in the immediate pre-Norman era were Aileach, Brefine (Kingdom of Breifne), Mide, Leinster, Osraige, Munster and Connacht. In addition to these, there were a number of lesser subject kingdoms such as Airgialla, Uladh, Brega, Dublin, Desmond, and Uí Maine. Many of these kingdoms and lordships retained, at the very least, some degree of independence right up to the end of independent Gaelic polity in the 17th century. *Fifty percent of a fertiliser factory in Brega, is owned by Yara as a result of buying a 50 percent stake in Libyan Norwegian Fertiliser Company (LIFECO). An operation to contact the Libyan rebel and opposition Leaders of Colonel Gaddafi (Muammar Gaddafi). The mission was a failure after the team was captured and held prisoner for 72 hours by Libyan rebels. http: www.telegraph.co.uk news worldnews africaandindianocean libya 8365069 Libya-SAS-mission-that-began-and-ended-in-error.html new information has appeared which say that the mission and the prisoners were SBS (Special Boat Service) & not SAS (Special Air Service) members. http: www.independent.co.uk news world africa british-special-forces-team-released-after-botched-mission-2234233.html http: www.thisislondon.co.uk standard article-23929902-william-hague-may-not-have-stomach-for-his-gruelling-job-says-ming-campbell.do However, a BBC news night broadcast on Jan 19th 2012 revealed that the SAS had, in fact, returned to Libya later on in the conflict in a joint operation with French and Qatari special forces. The programme explains that SAS 22nd regiment were in the East of Libya, operating in small groups in places like Misrata and Brega by August. Assisting in training, coordinating their command on and off the front line, and NATO airstrikes http: www.bbc.co.uk news world-africa-16624401 . It is also alleged that the SAS 22nd were leading the hunt for Gaddafi after the Battle of Tripoli http: www.telegraph.co.uk news worldnews africaandindianocean libya 8721291 Libya-SAS-leads-hunt-for-Gaddafi.html .
paddies . Those believed to have connections to the government were killed. The Khmer Rouge used proceeds from mining in the Pailin area to fund their offensive and later their government once they gained national power. When the invading Vietnamese Army (Military of Vietnam) ousted them from power, they retreated to Pailin, where many former Khmer Rouge leaders remain today. Some leaders went into hiding in fear of punishment for their crimes, although other leaders lived openly in the province. It is said that 70% of the area's older men were fighters for the Khmer Rouge, wikipedia:Pailin
to the east) is of growing importance. Timia lies south of Iferouane and north of Agadez. The main town lies around 3 km from a stone Guelta oasis, which holds water year round. It is also known for its fruit trees, an unusual sight in the Saharan regions of northern Niger.
numbering well into the thousands. Negotiations initiated by France and Algeria led to peace agreements (January 11, 1992 in Mali and 1995 in Niger). Both agreements called for decentralization of national power and guaranteed the integration of Tuareg resistance fighters into the countries' respective national armies.
and Internet access in a number of establishments. El Nido FAQs. ''El Nido Boutique and Art Cafe''. Accessed November 27, 2009. Public services The Población (El Nido, Palawan#Población (Town proper)) area is part of the service areas of electric utility, Palawan Electric Cooperative (PALECO), a division of the National Power Corporation operating with .423 megawatts
of a separate peace between Germany and the Soviet Union) was eliminated just prior to the departure of the mission. The Okamoto Mission reported its findings in a cable dated July 5. Many reservations were attached to the report, which concluded that German national power was lower than had been foreseen by the mission before it left Japan. Germany would accordingly encounter many difficulties in emerging triumphant without first overcoming the critical problems which were fast approaching
right A memorial of the many Qazvinis who died during the revolution of Iran and during the Iran–Iraq War. Qazvin today is a center of textile trade, including cotton, silk and velvet, in addition to leather. It is on the railroad line and the highway between Tehran and Tabriz. Qazvin has one of the largest power plants feeding electricity into Iran's national power grid, the ''Shahid Raja'i'' facility, which provides 7% of Iran's electrical power. Colleges and universities Qazvin has several institutes of higher education: *Imam Khomeini International University *Islamic Azad University of Qazvin qiau.ac.ir *Payam-e-Nur University of Qazvin *Qazvin University of Medical Sciences *Raja University Raja University *Shahid Babaee Technical Institute afshbq.ac.ir *Kar University kar.ac.ir *University of Qazvin Modern towers Some famous residential towers are: Punak (536 units), Aseman, Elahieh, Bademestan (440 units in 17 floors) and Tejarat tower with 28 floors. Shopping complexes *City Star in Khayam Street *Ferdowsi in Ferdowsi Street *Iranian in Adl Street *Narvan in Ferdowsi Street Bridges * Naderi * Molasadra * Ertebatat * Persian Gulf (Khalij Fars) * Abotorabi * Nasr * Motahari * Imam Ali * Rajaei Famous hotels * Alborz * Iran * Marmar * Ghods * Grand Hotel, Qazvin * Noizar Major parks * Shohada * Dehkhoda * Beheshti * Fadak (Barajin) * Mellat * Al-Ghadir * Afarinesh Hypermarkets *Proma Hypermarket *Refah Chain Stores Co. Transportation Qazvin is served by Qazvin railway station. Sport Qazvin is a well-known city because of its famous athletes. The city has highly focused on athletic teams along recent years. Techmash (Techmash Qazvin BC) is a basketball team which entered Iranian Basketball Super League in 2013. Notable Qazvinis thumb right Qazvin is an ancient city containing fine examples of Iranian architecture from various ages. This is the Shazdeh Hosein Shrine. (File:Shazdeh hosein qazvin.jpg) There have been an abundance of known people who lived in Qazvin, or came from Qazvin, whose tombs are scattered throughout the cities and villages of the province. These include: Pre-Modern time * Ibn Majah, author of the last of the six canonical ''hadith'' collections recognized by Sunni Muslims. * Hamdollah Mostowfi: the great Il-Khanid historian and writer. * Ubayd Zakani: famous 14th-century poet noted for his satire and obscene verses. * Mir Emad Hassani: famous Nasta'liq calligrapher * Darvish Ablulmajid: famous Shekaste (Shekastegan) Nasta'liq calligrapher Modern time * Yousef Alikhani: contemporary fiction writer and researcher. * Azizi family: a well-known family that originates from Qazvin includes Sheikh Ahmad Azizi (Ahmad Azizi), his great-grandson businessman Mr. Hadi Azizi (Mr Hadi Azizi), known research and medical doctor Dr. Sadegh Pirooz Azizi (Sadegh Pirooz Azizi), the former Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1997–2005 Mr. Ahmad Azizi and Abolghasem Azizi. * Ali Akbar Dehkhoda: prominent linguist and author of Iran's first modern Persian (Persian language) dictionary. * Abdul Hossein Darki: known doctor. * Jamal Karimi-Rad: former Minister of Justice (2005–2006). *Hadi Mirmiran: architect. *Shirin Neshat: Famous contemporary Iranian artist. * Mojabi family (Mojabi): a prominent family that originates from Qazvin including Javad Mojabi and Zohreh Mojabi. * Molla Khalil Ibn Ghazi Qazvini: famous ''faqih'' (religious jurist) and commentator of the Qur'an in the Safavid period (d. 1678). * Aref Qazvini: poet, lyricist, and musician. * Ra'ees ol-Mojahedin: The late Mirza Hassan Sheikh al-Islam, son of Mirza Masoud Sheikh al-Islam, leader of the liberals and constitutionalists of Qazvin. * Shahid Saless: killed in 1846. The third religious leader after Imam Ali who was murdered during prayer. * Kázim-i-Samandar: a famous follower of Bahaullah. * Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian: Famous contemporary Iranian artist. * Táhirih: influential poet and theologian of the Bábí Faith. * Nasser Takmil Homayoun: a contemporary historian. * Nasser Yeganeh: Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (1975–79). * Haj seyed Javadi: politician in early 1980s. Notable people buried in Qazvin * Uwais Qarni: a celebrity of early Islam, thought to have been killed here while fighting against an army of Deilamian origin. WikiPedia:Qazvin Commons:Category:Qazvin fa:قزوین
; Renewable energy thumb The Niue sevens team performing a takalo (File:Niuean haka.jpg) The European Union is helping Niue convert to renewable energy. In July 2009 a solar panel system was installed, injecting about 50 kW into the Niue national power grid. This is nominal 6% of the average 833 kW electricity production. The solar panels are at Niue High School (20 kW), Niue Power Corporation office (1.7 kW) WikiPedia:Niue Commons:Category:Niue Dmoz:Regional Oceania Niue