the track with WES include cab signals as part of a system designed to prevent train-to-train collisions. Cars on the line are serviced and maintained by TriMet at the maintenance facility at the southern end of the line in Wilsonville. Adjacent to Wilsonville Station, the blue metal structure employs six mechanics. The adjacent rail yard is used to store all WES trains when not in service.
the long Caucasian war of 1817-1864 (Caucasian War). According to police records, Vladimir had already joined the "Taliban" training camp in Galashki (Ingushetia), and returned to it after his release. On February 3, 2004 an exploding 122mm artillery shell (artillery) in Vladikavkaz killed an army cadet and a nearby female. By February 21 Vladimir had been declared the prime suspect, after being caught on videotape. Suspect behind Feb 3 bombing in Vladikavkaz named Ingushetia In the nearby republic of Ingushetia, at the peak of the refugee crisis after the start of the Second Chechen War in 2000, estimated 240,000 refugees almost doubled the Ingushetia's pre-war population of 300,000 (350,000 including the refugees from the Ingush-Ossetian conflict) and resulting in an epidemy of tuberculosis. Tuberculosis sweeps Ingushetia with influx of Chechen refugees, AFP (Agence France-Presse) ReliefWeb, 09 May 2001 Estimated 325,000 was the total number of people that have entered Ingushetia as refugees in the first year of the Second Chechen War. Some 185,000 were in the republic already by November 1999 World: Europe UN envoy meets Chechen refugees, BBC News, November 18, 1999 and 215,000 lived in Ingushetia by June 2000. Information on the Chechen refugee situation in Ingushetia in the late 2000, University of California, September 10, 2000 In October 1999 the border with Ingushetia was closed down by the Russian military and a refugee convoy bombed (Baku-Rostov highway bombing) after being turned away. The '''Mountainous Republic of the Northern Caucasus''' ('''MRNC'''; also known as the '''Mountain Republic''' or the '''Republic of the Mountaineers''') (1917–1920) was a short-lived state situated in the Northern Caucasus. It included most of the territory of the former Terek Oblast and Dagestan Oblast of the Russian Empire, commons:Ингушетия
and roughly 6% in 2007. - style "text-align:right;" style "text-align:left;" Oshawa CMA (Whitby (Whitby, Ontario), Clarington) 296,298 Camp X, at Ajax, near Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, where an "assassination and elimination" training program was operated by the British Special Operations Executive. Many members of the US Office of Strategic Services also were trained there. It was dubbed "the school of mayhem and murder" by George Hunter White who trained at the facility in the 1950s. Albarelli, H.A. ''A Terrible Mistake:The Murder of Frank Olson and the CIA’s Secret Cold War Experiments'' 2009. p.67 ISBN 0977795373 * The 1957 book ''You're Stepping on My Cloak and Dagger'' by Roger Wolcott Hall is a witty look at Hall's experiences with the OSS. * The 1986 book "Camp X" by David Stafford is the most accurate account of the activities and personnel of Camp X the secret agent training camp for sabotage and guerrilla warfare at Ajax near Oshawa Ontario, Canada, that was administered by the British Special Opertions Executive. * Author W.E.B. Griffin's ''Honor Bound (Honor Bound series)'' and ''Men At War (Men at War (series))'' series revolves around fictional OSS operations. A commando training centre similar to Arisaig was later set up at Oshawa, for Canadian members of SOE and members of the American organisation, the Office of Strategic Services. Foot, ''SOE'', p.65 On 4 March, Richards' partner Anita Pallenberg pled guilty to drug possession and incurred a fine in connection with the original airport incident. Sandford, Christopher. ''Keith Richards: Satisfaction'', Caroll & Graf: New York, 2003, p. 227 The drug case against Richards dragged on for over a year. Ultimately, Richards received a suspended sentence and was ordered to play two free concerts for the CNIB in Oshawa; both shows featured the Rolling Stones and The New Barbarians (The New Barbarians (band)), a group that Wood had put together to promote his latest solo album, and which Richards also joined. This episode strengthened Richards' resolve to stop using heroin. It also contributed to the end of his relationship with Pallenberg, which had become strained since the death of their third child (an infant son named Tara). In addition, Pallenberg was unable to curb her heroin addiction while Keith struggled to get clean. Sandford, Christopher. ''Keith Richards: Satisfaction'', Caroll & Graf: New York, 2003, p. 232-3, 248–250 While Richards was settling his legal and personal problems, Jagger continued his jet-set lifestyle. He was a regular at New York's Studio 54 disco club, often in the company of model Jerry Hall. His marriage to Bianca Jagger ended in 1977, although they had long been estranged.
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of football during the 1860s and 70s. '''Yorkshire (w:Yorkshire)''', a historic county (w:Historic counties of England) of northern (w:Northern England) England (w:England). It is the largest historic county in Great Britain (w:Great Britain) and has a population of over 5 million people.
a militant escalation on our territory to transfer some of their gunmen from Iraq to Russia."'' After the 2008 South Ossetia Conflict he went to South Ossetia to train in preparation for his bout against Sang Soo Lee, in a sign of solidarity with the Ossetian people.
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2001 and were accused of teaching bomb-making methods to FARC-EP. A "''Lancero''" training course in counterinsurgency warfare is held in Tolemaida, 150 miles (240 km
(up to 1975). '''Sandals Cay''' (formerly called '''Kokomo Island''') is part of the privately owned Sandals Royal Caribbean (Sandals (resorts)) all-inclusive resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica. It is apparent that Sandals has an almost identical island in their Nassau, Bahamas location called the Royal Bahamian. The original name for the island came from the song "Kokomo (Kokomo (song))," written by John Phillips (John Phillips (musician)), Mike Love, Terry Melcher, and Scott McKenzie, and performed by The Beach Boys. The inspiration for the song was a pool-side bar in Islamorada, in the Florida Keys. At the end of the millennium, Hart once again fell largely silent as he and Masse married and relocated to Nassau, Bahamas to focus on raising their young family. Columbia's Corey Hart Paints His Pop with a Shade of Jade, Larry Flick, ''Billboard'', Nov. 7, 1998 He returned to Montreal in late 2002 for a two-night stand of concerts with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, performing songs from ''Corey Hart'' and ''Jade (Corey Hart album)'' as well as older hits to the accompaniment of the MSO. '80s heartthrob Corey Hart making music, being a dad. Serena Kappes, ''People,'' Aug. 13, 2002. American Revolutionary War South Carolina's first naval actions of the American Revolutionary War occurred in July 1775, when the province's Council of Safety (Committee of Safety (American Revolution)) hired two captains to assist Georgia (Georgia (U. S. state)) in the capture British (Kingdom of Great Britain) ships carrying arms and gunpowder. Paullin, p. 418 That month the council also hired a ship, the ''Commerce'', for the purpose of acquiring gunpowder that the British had stored at Nassau (Nassau, Bahamas) in the Bahamas. She was outfitted for this purpose, but word of the anticipated arrival of British ships carrying arms and gunpowder at Savannah, Georgia prompted her to be used to capture those ships instead. These activities netted the colonial cause more than 25,000 pounds of gunpowder. Paullin, pp. 418-419 In October
regarding railway trespassing, prams and strollers, and falling between the platform and the train. Crime and terrorism