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Chongjin

there. *Chosen (Korea under Japanese rule) Fortifications: **Seishin (Chongjin) (now Chongjin) with 4,000 officers and men, protected by heavy coastal artillery, an armored train, a regular train carrying combat equipment, and eight concrete fortifications and emplacements. **Etetin (now Odetsin) The destroyer spent February conducting special intelligence missions which included shore bombardment, fire support, and screening duties in the area of Kangnung, and placing intelligence teams


Mombasa

in Japanese, for 20 undergraduates from Oxford and Cambridge, was started by the Inter-Services Special Intelligence School in Bedford, in a building across from the main Post Office. This course was repeated every six months until war's end. In 1154, Arab geographer al-Idrisi depicted the Comoros on a map and mentioned how its sailors sold metal tools for gold and ivory in East Africa; he considered the island more stable and individually prosperous than the busy coastal ports of Mombasa, Zanzibar, Kilwa (Kilwa Masoko) and Kitao. In the 15th century, the Arab seafarer Ahmad ibn Majid drew the individual routes among these islands. Some of the earliest accounts on the island of Comoros were derived from the works of Al-Masudi, that mentions the importance of the Comoro Islands, like other coastal areas in the region, along early Islamic trade routes and how the islands were frequently visited by Muslims including Persian and Arab merchants and sailors from Basra in search of coral, ylang-ylang, ivory, beads, spices, gold, they also brought Islam to the people of the Zanj including Comoros. As the importance of Comoros grew along the East African coast small mosques and large mosques were constructed. Despite its distance from the coast, Comoros is situated along the ''Swahili Coast'' in East Africa. It was a major hub of trade and an important location in the sea route between Kilwa (Kilwa Masoko) (an outlet for Zimbabwean gold) in Mozambique and Mombasa in Kenya.


Colombo

-month crash course in Japanese, for 20 undergraduates from Oxford and Cambridge, was started by the Inter-Services Special Intelligence School in Bedford, in a building across from the main Post Office. This course was repeated every six months until war's end. * Class S5 - Tourist excursion Train (Hitachi Japan) - 4 Trainsets * Class S6 - Operating On Broad gauge Kelani Valley Line Between Colombo & Awissawella - 10 Trainset * Class S7 - Operating On Broad gauge Kelani Valley Line Between Colombo & Awissawella - 10 Trainset * Class S6 - Operating On Broad gauge Kelani Valley Line Between Colombo & Awissawella - 10 Trainset * Class S7 - Operating On Broad gauge Kelani Valley Line Between Colombo & Awissawella - 10 Trainset * Class S8 - Running On Main Line, connecting Colombo and Sub Urbs. This DMU has a remarkably high acceleration rate from zero to 60 mph - 20 Trainset Available An outstation in the Far East, the Far East Combined Bureau was set up in Hong Kong in 1935, and moved to Singapore in 1939. Subsequently with the Japanese advance down the Malay Peninsula, the Army and RAF codebreakers went to the Wireless Experimental Centre in Delhi, India. The Navy codebreakers in FECB went to Colombo, Ceylon, then to Kilindini, near Mombasa, Kenya. Manjula Kumara Wijesekara Colombo Incheon 2004-07-23 2005-09-04 *1995 – President Bill Clinton authorizes a $20 billion loan to Mexico to stabilize its economy (Economy of Mexico). *1996 – An explosives-filled truck rams into the gates of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka in Colombo, Sri Lanka killing at least 86 and injuring 1,400. * 1996 – Comet Hyakutake is discovered by Japanese amateur astronomer Yuji Hyakutake. *1979 – Another section of the Sinai Peninsula is peacefully returned by Israel to Egypt. *1983 – Black July: 37 Tamil (Sri Lankan Tamils) political prisoners at the Welikada high security prison in Colombo are massacred (Welikada prison massacre) by the fellow Sinhalese (Sinhalese people) prisoners. *1984 – Salyut 7 cosmonaut Svetlana Savitskaya becomes the first woman to perform a space walk. * 1915 – An International Railway (International Railway (New York – Ontario)) trolley (Tram) with an extreme overload of 157 passengers crashes near Queenston, Ontario, killing 15. * 1915 – Militia officer Henry Pedris executed by firing squad at Colombo, Ceylon - an act widely regarded as a miscarriage of justice by the British colonial authorities. *1928 – Sliced bread is sold for the first time by the Chillicothe Baking Company of Chillicothe, Missouri. * 1981 – 6 year old Adam Walsh, son of John Walsh is kidnapped in Hollywood, Florida and is found murdered two weeks later. *1983 – Black July: 18 Tamil (Sri Lankan Tamils) political prisoners at the Welikada high security prison (Welikada Prison) in Colombo are massacred (Welikada prison massacre) by Sinhalese (Sinhalese people) prisoners, the second such massacre in two days. *1987 – RMS Titanic, Inc. (Premier_Exhibitions#RMS_Titanic_Inc.) begins the first expedited salvage of wreckage of the Commons:Category:Colombo Dmoz:Regional Asia Sri Lanka Western Colombo Wikipedia:Colombo


Vancouver

businessman Ron Toigo, the city of Vancouver was granted a WHL franchise for the 2001–02 season (2001–02 WHL season). In their inaugural campaign, the Giants compiled 13 wins, 49 losses, and 6 ties. The first goal in franchise history was scored by Tyson Mulock in a loss to the Kamloops Blazers. *'''Roger Crosse''' - Senior superintendent, director of Special Intelligence, meaning he is the senior British intelligence officer in Hong Kong. *'''Brian Kwok''' - Hong Kong police

Superintendent, working in Special Intelligence. He is being groomed to be the first ever Chinese assistant police commissioner. He was sent to Hong Kong from mainland China at age 6, won a scholarship to an English public school (public school (England)) at age 12, two years later in 1939 moved to Canada because of the war. He served in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in the Vancouver Chinatown, before transferring to Hong Kong. *'''Four Finger Wu''' - Wu Sang Fang is the head of the seaborne Wu, a large smuggling fleet. He is also a descendant of Wu Fang Choi, a Chinese pirate in "Tai-Pan" whom Jin Qua gave one of the half coins to, which he later redeemed to Dirk Struan. He boasts his fleet will smuggle anything, anywhere. This includes narcotic smuggling. He has ''Old Friend'' status with Struan's, indicating that the two families have had a long working relationship and have built up a great deal of trust. Ian Dunross, the current tai-pan of Struan's, continues to cultivate this relationship, though he encourages Wu to avoid narcotics trafficking as being too dangerous. KSTW is available on cable television to Canadian customers in Southwestern British Columbia on numerous cable systems such as Shaw Cable in Vancouver and Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia). However, the station is not available on satellite television in Canada through the Shaw Direct and Bell TV systems due to the carriage of fellow CW affiliates WPIX in New York City, WGN-TV in Chicago and KTLA in Los Angeles. background group_or_band origin Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada genre Psychedelic pop '''The Poppy Family''' was a late 1960s and early 1970s Canadian pop music (Popular music) group (musical ensemble), based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Demitra was named to Team Slovakia (Slovakia men's national ice hockey team) for the 2010 Winter Olympics in his NHL hometown Vancouver. On 18 February 2010, he scored in the seventh round of a shootout to help Slovakia beat Russia (Russia men's national ice hockey team) in the round robin. WikiPedia:Vancouver dmoz:Regional North America Canada British Columbia Localities V Vancouver Commons:Category:Vancouver


Kenya

and Cambridge, was started by the Inter-Services Special Intelligence School in Bedford, in a building across from the main Post Office. This course was repeated every six months until war's end. *There are seven special pan-regional versions of ''Big Brother''. All these follow the normal ''Big Brother'' rules with the exception that contestants must come from each of the different countries in the region where it airs: ** '''Africa''': Angola, Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana


Sri Lanka

'''''Pomacanthus''''' is a genus of marine angelfish that is usually found around reefs and coral. Some of the notable places one can see these vari-coloured fish includes the Maldives, Sri Lanka, and Sipidan off the southern coast of Sabah, Malaysia. Origins Buddhism was once dominant through much of India; it had, however, begun to decline by the 12th century (see Decline of Buddhism in India). The Buddhist revival began in India in 1891, when the Sri Lankan Buddhist leader Anagarika Dharmapala founded the Maha Bodhi Society


Singapore

with a mixture of skill and good fortune. coastweek.com The Army and Air Force staff went from Singapore to the Wireless Experimental Centre at Delhi, India. In early 1942, a six-month crash course in Japanese, for 20 undergraduates from Oxford and Cambridge, was started by the Inter-Services Special Intelligence School in Bedford, in a building across from the main Post Office. This course was repeated every six months until war's end. Pacific War The first battlecruiser to see action in the Pacific War was ''Repulse'' (HMS Repulse (1916)) when she was sunk near Singapore on December 10, 1941 whilst in company with HMS ''Prince of Wales'' (HMS Prince of Wales (1939)). She had received a refit to give extra anti-aircraft protection and extra armour between the wars. Unlike her sister ''Renown'', ''Repulse'' did not receive a full rebuild as planned, which would have added anti-torpedo blisters (Anti-torpedo bulge). During the Sea Battle off Malaya (Sinking of Prince of Wales and Repulse), her speed and agility enabled her to hold her own and dodge 19 torpedoes. Without aerial cover she eventually succumbed to the continuous waves of Japanese bombers, and without enhanced underwater protection she went down quickly after a few torpedo hits. *'''Brazil''' Brazil introduced universal BCG immunization in 1967-1968, and the practice continues until now. According to Brazilian law, BCG is given again to professionals of the health sector and to people close to patients with tuberculosis or leprosy. *'''Other countries''' In some countries, such as the former USSR, BCG was given regularly throughout life. In South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and Malaysia, BCG was given at birth and again at the age of 12. But in Malaysia and Singapore, from 2001, this policy was changed to once only at birth, and it was discontinued in South Korea. The influence of Bollywood ''filmi'' music can also be seen in popular music elsewhere in the world. In 1978, technopop (Electropop) pioneers Haruomi Hosono and Ryuichi Sakamoto of the Yellow Magic Orchestra produced an electronic (Electronic music) album ''Cochin Moon'' based on an experimental (Experimental music) fusion (Fusion (music)) between electronic music and Bollywood-inspired Indian music. Commons:Category:Singapore Wikipedia:Singapore Dmoz:Regional Asia Singapore


Argentina

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United States

championships are held annually at the IMCA Supernationals at Boone Speedway in Boone, Iowa. The '''Special Intelligence Service''' was a covert counterintelligence branch of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) located in South America during World War II. It was established during the term of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt to monitor Axis (Axis Powers) activities in Central


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