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telecommunications technologies to millions of Americans in rural and underserved urban areas through its information infrastructure grants. * Providing the hardware that enables public radio and television broadcasters to extend and maintain the reach of their programming. * Advocating competition and liberalization of telecommunications policies around the world. thumb 400px right A Park Service radio license. (Image:Lava license.jpg) * Participating in international government


of Vaasa * Radio Vega Österbotten – Regional public service radio in Swedish (part of Radio Vega


public SMHI is mostly known for the weather forecasts in the public-service radio provided by Sveriges Radio. Many of the other major media companies in Sweden also buy weather forecasts from SMHI. Johannes Sköld was born in China as the son of a Swedish missionary there. He grew up in the city of Norrköping, Sweden, and was a childhood friend of Ture Nerman. After Gymnasia high school (Gymnasium (school)) he moved to Gothenburg to study at the University (Göteborg University). In Gothenburg, Hannes Sköld got to know Zeth Höglund and became active with him in the left wing of the workers’ movement. Gran Oriente Latinoamericano Gran Oriente Latinoamericano started in 1984 in Sweden and have lodges in Stockholm, Norrköping and Södertälje. Being a co-masonic obedience it admits both men and women. It is adogmatic and thus do not require a belief in a Supreme Being. It works according to the French Rite (Rite Français). Gran Oriente Latinoamericano On the small tramnet in the Swedish city Norrköping they have four second-hand Adtranz-tram services since the end of the millennium. The different trams is the prototype "Bremen" (tram 3801) and three trams from Munich. thumb left 200px The Jewish Ordinance of 1782 (Image:Judereglementet 1782.jpg) The government was desirous of attracting wealthy Jews to the country, but it was equally careful to keep out itinerant door-to-door sellers of trinkets, quite a number of whom had in previous years entered Sweden from Germany. Any foreign Jew who landed in Sweden was accordingly required to report, within eight days of his arrival, to the local authorities, and to produce his passport and a certificate of character, as well as a statement of his purpose in coming to the country. These certificates were issued by the elders of the congregation to which the immigrant belonged in his native country, and had to be verified by the municipal authorities of the place in which the immigrant had last resided. If the certificates were unsatisfactory, the authorities were at liberty to expel the holder; but in case he was admitted he was directed to Stockholm, Gothenburg, or Norrköping. Jews who were residents of the country prior to the promulgation of this ordinance were called upon to present their certificates of character to the proper authorities, together with a statement setting forth in which city they desired to settle and make their living. The ordinance enumerated the different trades the Jews were permitted to follow, and it stipulated also that they should apprentice their sons to Swedish tradesmen in one of the three cities mentioned above. In order to prevent the overcrowding of the mercantile field it was prescribed that no foreign-born Jew should be allowed to start in business unless he possessed at least 2,000 Swedish riksdaler in cash or negotiable securities; a native-born Jew need have only 1,000 riksdaler. Rabbis were exempt, and according to previous ordinances, poor Jews were to be deported from the country. The school originated in the acting school founded in 1787 on the initiative of King Gustav III (Gustav III of Sweden) and long appended to the Royal Dramatic Theatre. The Royal Dramatic Theatre's acting school was then known in Swedish as '''''Dramatens elevskola''''' (i.e ''Kungliga Dramatiska Teaterns Elevskola'') and produced a large number of later famous actors and directors, including Greta Garbo, Gustaf Molander, Alf Sjöberg, Ingrid Bergman, Signe Hasso, Gunnar Björnstrand, Max von Sydow and Bibi Andersson. In 1964 the school separated from the Royal Dramatic Theatre (initiated by Ingmar Bergman who claimed the theatre no longer had room for it in the building). The acting schools affiliated with the city theatres in Malmö, Gothenburg were made independent state institutions at the same time, and one which existed in Norrköping Linköping was closed down. His projects are Raison D'être (Raison d'être (band)), Stratvm Terror, Necrophorus, Atomine Elektrine, Yantra Atmospheres, Panzar, Bocksholm, Svasti-ayanam, Cataclyst, Grismannen. At this moment he is studying for a masters on the programme ‘Cultural, Society and Media production’ at the University in Norrköping, Sweden. This programme builds on a broad spectrum of research traditions within the humanities and social sciences. It includes production studies and practical work in film, television, audio installation, radio, computer-based media and museum exhibitions. Besides his music activities and studies he is mostly interested in film, art, Tibetan Buddhism and meditation. '''Ringdansen''' (the Circular Dance) is a suburb in the very South of the Swedish city of Norrköping. It is well-known for its typical circular houses, inner passages and park areas inside the two blocks. There are two circular blocks called "ringar" (rings) in Swedish: Guldringen (the Golden Ring) in the North, and Silverringen (the Silver Ring) in the South. Originally, two more rings were intended: Järnringen (the Iron Ring) to the South och Silverringen and Kopparringen (the Copper Ring) in the very South. Ringdansen is situated in the larger district of Navestad, with Atrium to the North and Kvarnberget to the South. **Translation: I'm not leading the world's most brilliant cabinet. The ministers don't belong to the most outstanding intellectual elite and we're not particularly beautiful either. **Said in a speech to ''Komvux'' (adult secondary education) students in Norrköping (w:Norrköping) in 2002, according to the Swedish news agency TT (w:Tidningarnas Telegrambyrå).


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as several free newspapers. Radio Pori is a radio station established in 1985 as one of the first commercial stations in Finland. Eazy 101 is a local radio station mainly for younger people under 30. Public service radio in Pori area is Yle Satakunta, a regional station of Yle Radio Suomi. Yle TV2 screens daily local news from the Pori region and Satakunta province on its national channel. Points of interest File:Jokimaisema.JPG thumb Street view with Empire style

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staff in obvious white UN vehicles, all foreigners driving should be wary of this group or others operating like them. For general safety, people should never drive alone in vehicles, especially after dark. Cope BBC World Service radio broadcast in English, French and Swahili in Kinshasa on 92.6MHz. Go next If departing from Kinshasa's N'djili International Airport, a fee of USD 50 must be paid (a receipt is issued) before entering the terminal. Visitors are allowed to go with you into the terminal if they pay a USD 10 fee. There is also a lounge on the second level where you can take a drink or eat while awaiting your flight. Announcements are not always made in a timely manner about flight departures or arrivals. In previous years visitors to the upstairs lounge could stand overlooking the tarmac but security concerns have increased the distance between the open air viewing and the lounge itself. WikiPedia:Kinshasa Commons:Category:Kinshasa

Equatorial Guinea

Banned from airspace All aircraft registered in the Congo DR have been banned from UAE airspace due to poor safety standards. The measure also affects Swaziland, Equatorial Guinea, Sierra Leone, Sao Tome, and Principe.


Baba Institute , which housed many important manuscripts. The building housing the Ahmed Baba Institute was funded by South Africa, and held 30,000 manuscripts. BBC World Service radio news reported on 29 January 2013 that approximately 28,000 of the manuscripts in the Institute had been removed to safety from the premises before the attack by the Islamist groups, and that the whereabouts of about 2,000 manuscripts remained unknown.


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