Sanaag

light on local history and facilitate their preservation for posterity. Michael Hodd, ''East African Handbook'', (Trade & Travel Publications: 1994), p.640. The Warsangali Sultanate was an imperial ruling house centered in northeastern and in some parts of southeastern Somalia. It was one of the largest sultanates ever established in the territory, and, at the height of its power, included the Sanaag region and parts of the northeastern Bari

Somali imperial (Empire) ruling house centered in northeastern and in some parts of southeastern Somalia. It was one of the largest Empire ever established in the territory, and, at the height of its power, included the Sanaag region and parts of the northeastern Bari (Bari, Somalia) region of the country, an area historically known as Maakhir or the ''Maakhir Coast''. The Empire was founded in the late 13th century in northern Somalia by a group of Somalis from the Warsangali

Samatar, Abdi I. (2001) "Somali Reconstruction and Local Initiative: Amoud University," , p. 132. The Warsangali Sultanate was an imperial (Empire) ruling house centered in northeastern and in some parts of southeastern Somalia. It was one of the largest sultanates ever established in the territory, and, at the height of its


Lower Navarre

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These provinces and many areas of Navarre are heavily populated by ethnic Basques, but the Euskara language had, at least until the 1990s, all but disappeared from most of Álava, western parts of Biscay and central and southern areas of Navarre. In southwestern France, the ancient Basque-populated provinces were Labourd, Lower Navarre, and Soule. They and other regions were consolidated into a single ''département'' in 1790 under the name ''Basses-Pyrénées'', a name which persisted until 1970


Nnewi

activities, therefore hosts major banks, and other financial institutions. Industries are dotted around the city and adjoining towns. Palm oil, cosmetics, motor (Engine), and motorcycle spare parts, books, and stationeries, textiles, electric cables, and so on are produced in commercial quantity in the area. Its main trading centers include Nkwo Nnewi market (the largest spare parts market in west Africa) and Nwafor market, Eke Amaobi market, Eke Ochie, Eke Ichi Market, Orie otube Market

, Cutix and ADswitch, Uru Industries Ltd, Omata Holdings Ltd, Cento Group of Companies, Coscharis of Companies Group, Innoson Group of Companies, Ebunso Nig. Ltd, John White Industries, Ejiamatu Group of Companies, Chicason Group, Louis Carter Group, etc. The great majority of industrialists in the cluster of spare parts factories in Nnewi are also traders, and most of these traders are producing one or more of the products they specialize in marketing as traders (usually motor vehicle parts

across a variety of sectors. Since 1970, Nnewi residents have controlled approximately 80 to 90 percent of the motor-parts trade in Nigeria. Nkwo Nnewi Market is the major import and wholesale point for motor spare parts in Nigeria. The industrialists of Nnewi are adapting foreign technology to local needs, providing employment to thousands, and making available goods and services which are relevant actual needs of the Nigerian citizens. The first indigenous car manufacturing plant is located


Belgorod Oblast

Belgorod the regiment flag. From 1708 to 1727, the territory of the modern Belgorod Oblast was part of Kiev (Kiev Governorate) and Azov Governorates. In 1727, Belgorod Governorate was established (administrative divisions of Russia in 1727–1728) from parts of Kiev Governorate. The governorate lasted until 1779. This territory was much greater than that of today, and the governorate incorporated territories of modern Kursk (Kursk Oblast), Oryol (Oryol Oblast), and parts

Oblast , Voronezh Oblast, ::'''Siberia''': Altai Krai, Buryatia (Republic of Buryatia), Chelyabinsk Oblast, Chita Oblast, Irkutsk Oblast, Kemerovo Oblast, Krasnoyarsk Krai, parts of Kurgan Oblast, Novosibirsk Oblast, Omsk Oblast, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Tomsk Oblast, Tuva, Tyumen Oblast, Ulyanovsk Oblast, Yamal-Nenets, birth_date birth_place Alexeyevka (Alexeyevka, Belgorod Oblast), Belgorod

fighting_out_of Stary Oskol, Belgorod (Belgorod Oblast), Russia team Red Devil Sport Club 35,820 Rostov (Rostov Oblast), Tambov (Tambov Oblast), and Voronezh Oblasts; eastern parts of Belgorod (Belgorod Oblast), Kursk (Kursk Oblast), Oryol (Oryol Oblast), Ryazan (Ryazan Oblast), and Tula Oblasts; parts of Penza Oblast and Donetsk (Donetsk Oblast), Kharkiv (Kharkiv Oblast), and Luhansk Oblasts of Ukraine - 31,230 Ukraine


Ziguinchor

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and the coastal regions of Sénégal (Dakar, Thiès, Saint-Louis (Saint-Louis, Senegal)): the most densely populated parts of both these nations. This east - west travel intersects with Senegal's most important route from Dakar to the Casamance region, which is cut off by Gambia. Slow river ferries, border posts, and corrupt border guards mean that many Senegalese are willing to travel far out of their way to avoid the international border. In 2002 the MV Joola ferry


High Peak, Derbyshire

areas of settlement in the borough: around Buxton in the south west, around New Mills in the west, around Glossop in the north west, around Whaley Bridge and Chapel-en-le-Frith in the central part of the borough, and the Hope Valley (Hope Valley, Derbyshire) in the east. The northern part of the borough is close to the Manchester (Greater Manchester Urban Area) urban area. Some of the northern parts of High Peak were considered for inclusion in Greater Manchester. These areas have

Dales 3. South Derbyshire 4. Erewash 5. Amber Valley 6. North East Derbyshire 7. Chesterfield 8. Bolsover (Bolsover (district)) 9. Derby (Unitary) Although Derbyshire is in the East Midlands, some parts, such as High Peak (High Peak, Derbyshire), are closer to the northern cities of Manchester and Sheffield and these parts do receive services which are more affiliated with northern England; for example, the North West Ambulance Service

the northern England region to the whole week in the north west from Winter Hill transmitting station. Yorkshire became a separate region and the contract awarded to Yorkshire Television, broadcasting from Emley Moor transmitting station whose transmissions could be received in parts of North Lincolnshire. Bernstein was angered by the decision to split "Granadaland", and claimed he would appeal to the United Nations. ref


Mahabad

Iran, the Soviet-backed Kurdish Republic of Mahabad declared independence in parts of Iranian Kurdistan. Nevertheless, the Soviet forces left Iran in May 1946, and the self-declared republic fell to the Iranian army after only a few months and the president of the republic Qazi Muhammad was hanged publicly in Mahabad. After the 1953 Iranian coup d'état, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi became more autocratic and suppressed most opposition including Kurdish political groups seeking

greater rights for Iranian Kurds. He also prohibited any teaching of the Kurdish language. In Iran, Kurds express their cultural identity freely, but have no self-government or administration. As in all parts of Iran, membership of a non-governmental political party is punishable by imprisonment or even death. Kurdish human rights activists in Iran have been threatened by Iranian authorities.

in the organization of peaceful protests throughout Kurdistan province. According to an Iran analyst at International Crisis Group, "Kurds, who live in the some of the least developed parts of Iran, pose the most serious internal problem for Iran to resolve, and given what they see next door--the newfound confidence of Iraqi Kurds


Voronezh Oblast

This dialect is formed from a gradual mixture of Russian and Ukrainian, with progressively more Russian in the northern and eastern parts of the region. Thus, there is no linguistic border between Russian and Ukrainian, and, thus, both grammar sets can be applied. ** A '''(6) ''Steppe''''' dialect is spoken in southern and southeastern Ukraine. This dialect was originally the main language

Oblast Gorkiy , Vladimir (Vladimir Oblast), Ryazan (Ryazan Oblast) Oblasts, etc.) as well as in the black soil (Chernozem) belt (Voronezh (Voronezh Oblast), Tambov (Tambov Oblast) and Kursk (Kursk Oblast)), the lower Volga Region and the level parts of the northern Caucasus and Dagestan. In Ukraine, the greatest numbers of raccoon dogs were established in Poltava (Poltava Oblast), Kherson (Kherson Oblast) and Lugansk (Luhansk Oblast). ref name "soviet"

northern Europe save for Finland and parts of the Scandinavian Peninsula ''caraftensis'' (Kishida, 1936) Chernykh was born in the city of Usman' in Voronezh Oblast. He specialized in astrometry and the dynamics of small bodies in the solar system and worked at the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory in the Ukraine from 1963. '''Alexander Vasilievich Kuprin''' ( ) was a Russian painter


Bryansk Oblast

, Rostov Oblast, Ryazan Oblast, Saint Petersburg, Samara Oblast, Saratov Oblast, Tambov Oblast, Tatarstan, Tula Oblast, Udmurtia, Volgograd Oblast, Vologda Oblast, Voronezh Oblast, ::'''Siberia''': Altai Krai, Buryatia (Republic of Buryatia), Chelyabinsk Oblast, Chita Oblast, Irkutsk Oblast, Kemerovo Oblast, Krasnoyarsk Krai, parts of Kurgan Oblast, Novosibirsk Oblast, Omsk Oblast, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Tomsk

p2002 431,526 p1989 452,160 From 1708 to 1727, the territory of the modern Belgorod Oblast was part of Kiev (Kiev Governorate) and Azov Governorates. In 1727, Belgorod Governorate was established (administrative divisions of Russia in 1727–1728) from parts of Kiev Governorate. The governorate lasted until 1779. This territory was much greater than that of today, and the governorate incorporated territories of modern Kursk (Kursk Oblast), Oryol (Oryol Oblast), and parts

and the administrative center of Starodubsky District of Bryansk Oblast, Russia, located on the Babinets River (the Dnieper (Dnieper River) basin (drainage basin)), 16,000 (1975). 31,230 Ukraine; parts of Belgorod (Belgorod Oblast), Bryansk (Bryansk Oblast), Kaluga (Kaluga Oblast), Kursk (Kursk Oblast), Oryol Oblast Oryol


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