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Somali Republic

was empowered to propose the candidate for prime minister after an election or the fall of a government, chose Abdirizak Haji Hussein as his nominee instead of the incumbent, Abdirashid Ali Shermarke, who had the endorsement of the SYL party leadership. Shermarke had been prime minister for the four previous years, and Osman decided that new leadership might be able to introduce fresh ideas for solving national problems. In drawing up a Council of Ministers for presentation to the National

. Hussein had been a party member since 1944 and had participated in the two previous Shermarke cabinets. His primary appeal was to younger and more educated party members. Several political leaders who had been left out of the cabinet joined the supporters of Shermarke to form an opposition group within the party. As a result, the Hussein faction sought support among non-SYL members of the National Assembly. Although the disagreements primarily involved personal or group political ambitions

;modernists" in the government, parliament, and administration who favored redirecting the nation's energies from confrontation with its neighbors to combating social and economic ills. Although many of his domestic policies seemed more in line with those of the previous administration, Egal continued to hold the confidence of both Shermarke and the National Assembly during the eighteen months preceding the March 1969 national elections (Somali parliamentary election, 1969). Somali parliamentary


, surging 31.4% from the previous year. Heavy industry and light industry made up 64% and 36% of the city's total gross industrial output. Electricity production and supply, construction materials, chemicals and agricultural products processing are the pillar industries in the city. Major industrial products in the city include cement, edible oils, fertilizer and feed. The industrial sector in Jiamusi is relatively weak compared with other cities in Heilongjiang such as Harbin and Daqing. In 2011

, the service sector became the largest contributor of the city, which gained value-added output of RMB 26.99 billion. This contributes 43.2% to Jiamusi's economy. With the consumer market being very active, sales of consumer goods in Jiamusi amounted to RMB 24.55 billion in 2011, rising 18.2% year on year. Foreign trade value increased 19.6% to RMB 3.65 billion in 2011. Export value was US$3.01 billion, representing a rise of 6.1% over the previous year. while import value stood at US$640

million, increased 197.5% year on year. Russia is Jamusi’s largest foreign trade partner. In 2011, foreign trade with Russia amounted to US$900 million, increased 24.5% over the previous year, accounting for 24.66% of the city’s foreign trade. The utilized FDI in Jiamusi hit US$150 million in 2011, increased 33.5% over the previous year. Transportation Railway Jiamusi is a transportation hub in northeast Heilongjiang Province. Suijia(Suihua-Jiamusi

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Hope, British Columbia

is at the eastern terminus of Highway 7 (British Columbia Highway 7). Hope is a member municipality of the Fraser Valley Regional District which provides certain municipal-type services to unincorporated settlements and rural areas. The District of Hope includes Hope Townsite District of Hope name for the area of the previous town of hope see district website - upload dcd597_Hope_Townsite_ROADMAP.pdf (the previous Town of Hope) ref

Coquihalla Highway (Highway 5), the western terminus of the Crowsnest Highway, locally known as the Hope-Princeton highway (Highway 3), and the eastern terminus of Highway 7 (British Columbia Highway 7). Hope Aerodrome Hope Aerodrome (IATA: YHE, ICAO: CYHE) is located west of the Hope Townsite (the previous Town of Hope) within the municipal District of Hope, British Columbia, Canada. The aerodrome is operated

; ref Education The Fraser-Cascade School District #78 operates several schools in the District of Hope. see sitemap.html There are three schools in Hope Townsite (the previous Town of Hope): Coquihalla Elementary School, which offers Kindergarten to Grade 4; C.E. Barry Elementary School, which offers Grades 5-7; and Hope Secondary School, which offers Grades 8-12. In addition, Silver Creek Elementary School


.PNG thumb left Gongju around 1872 thumb left Young trees, Kongju, 1908-1922 (File:Young trees, Kongju, (s.d.) (Taylor box45num38).jpg) Gongju was formerly named Ungjin and was the capital of Baekje from AD 475 to 538. In this period, Baekje was under threat from Goguryeo. Goguryeo had overrun the previous capital of Hanseong (Seoul) (modern-day Seoul), which forced Baekje to find a new center of strength. In 538, King Seong (King Seong of Baekje) moved the capital

. The provincial capital was located at Gongju, which had been the capital of the kingdom of Baekje from 475 to 538. '''Ungjin''', also known as '''Gomnaru''' (Hangul: 곰나루, literally "bear port") is a former city on the Korean Peninsula. It was located in modern-day Gongju, South Chungcheong province, South Korea. It was the capital of Baekje from AD 475 to 538, during a period when Baekje was under threat from Goguryeo, the previous capital

increasingly ruthless and corrupt, and Choe who vigorously opposed corruption in the kingdom found himself at odds with him. Subsequently, Shin Don engineered false accusations of misconduct against Choe that resulted in a punishment of six years in exile, and brought him dangerously close to execution. However, when Shin Don died, Choe Yong was restored to his previous position and was immediately asked to prepare a fleet to fight the Japanese pirates and eliminate the remaining Mongol forces

India Meteorological Department

many countries established national meteorological services. The India Meteorological Department (1875) was established following tropical cyclone and monsoon related famines in the previous decades. India Meteorological Department Establishment of IMD. Retrieved on 2009-01-01. The Finnish Meteorological Central Office (1881) was formed from part of Magnetic Observatory of Helsinki University

in Perth: 20. Meteorology publisher National Archives of Australia date url http: naaresources Publications research_guides guides perth chapter20.htm accessdate 2008-05-24 Over the next 50 years many countries established national meteorological services. The India Meteorological Department (1875) was established following tropical cyclone and monsoon related famines in the previous decades. India Meteorological Department http

University . * 1889 - India Meteorological Department established following tropical cyclone and monsoon related famines in the previous decades. * 1890 - US Weather Bureau is created as a civilian operation under the U.S. Department of Agriculture. publisher Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (Pune) url http: rainfall_stations.htm title Rainfall Stations in India accessdate 27 July 2008 ref>

Toodyay, Western Australia


Transwa line Avonlink branch East Perth – Merredin previous Midland next Northam rows1 2 Category:Toodyay, Western Australia Category:Populated places established in 1860 The Avon rises near Yealering (Yealering, Western Australia), 100 km southeast of Perth: it meanders north-northwest to Toodyay (Toodyay, Western Australia) about 90 km northeast of Perth, then turns

History of the Khitans

the Khitans fighting hard against the Chinese seemed the perfect occasion to take advantage of both the busy Khitan and the downtrodden Tang. By attacking Khitan on their rear the Turks provided an inestimable help to Tang which also worked for themselves by crushing that eastern rising power. While the fourth Chinese campaign was still not launched, and despite previous propositions of alliance, the Turks attacked the Chinese territories to show

independence for the subordinate population who chose their own chief etc. In times of strong central power, as under Tang Xuanzong (r. 712–756), the central Chinese power was inclined to impose pro-Chinese choices, including in choice of Kings and major chiefs, despite the previous loose rein agreement. Also in prosperous times such as Xuanzong's reign, and his courage in facing the 720's coup, Tang officials immediately sent an army to support the dethroned pro-Tang king clearly interfering in Khitan

soon turned into an open rebellion against Tang in the ninth month of 745 killing the princesses and starting military operations. Huge previous pressures from An Lushan combined with the Chang'an courts praise for him may have been seen Khitan as presenting an impasse against which they eventually revolted. The Khitans were quickly defeated by An Lushan's toops by punitive expeditions and traps. Sources report that Banquets for a peace declaration were set up by An Lushan and offered

Principality of Montenegro

, and since the dissolution and independence in 2006. In 1948, after the forming of Socialist Yugoslavia and the Montenegrin ''nationality'' (Montenegrins), the percentage of declared Serbs was 1.78%, In 1991, it was 9.35%, and in 2003 it reached 32%. The 2011 census show less fluctuations than previous polls, with a slight change to 29%. http: userfiles file popis2011 saopstenje saopstenje(1).pdf Language In most

of Montenegro to turn over the territory to Austrian administration on 11 June. The British withdrew from the occupied Dalmatian islands in July 1815, following the Battle of Waterloo. In the previous census of 1991, the vast majority of Montenegrin citizens, 510,320 or 82.97%, declared themselves as speakers of the then official language: Serbo-Croatian. The 1981 population census also recorded a Serbo-Croatian-speaking majority. However in the first Communist censuses, the vast majority

-Croat. Before that, in the previous old Montenegrin realm, Serbian was the language in usage. The Serbian language was the officially used language in Communist Montenegro, until after the 1950 Novi Sad Agreement that defined the Serbo-Croat, and "Serbo-Croatian" introduced into the Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Montenegro in 1974. In the late nineties and early 21st century, organizations promoting Montenegrin as a distinct language appeared, and since 2004


a population of 23 888. The town became the capital of Ratanakiri province in 1979, following the fall of the Khmer Rouge. The capital was moved from Voen Sai to Banlung in order to facilitate trade with Vietnam (previous to Voen Sai the capital was Lumphat). The Rough Guide to Cambodia By Beverley Palmer, p. 238 http: travel asia cambodia the-northeast rattanakiri-province banlung.aspx) Prior to 1979 the town was known as Labansiek. ref name p315 >

. Full bar, a full-sized snooker table and dart board, free Wi-Fi, books to swap. Note: This place was formerly Lakeview Lodge but there is some confusion as the previous owner uses the old Lakeview phone and email to book clients for his new place. *

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