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Norrköping

-purpose stadium in Norrköping, Sweden constructed in 1903. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches. It is the home arena for IFK Norrköping, IK Sleipner and for IF Sylvia. The stadium had a capacity of 19,414 people until 2008 2009 when the arena was re-built. During the 1958 FIFA World Cup, it hosted some group stage matches. During the Euro 1992 (UEFA Euro 1992), it hosted CIS (CIS national football team) - Germany (Germany national football team) (1-1), Scotland (Scotland national football team) - Germany (0-2) and Scotland - CIS (3-0), all in Group B. During the time in prison, he changed his name to ''Stig Svante Eugen Sandberg''. On October 6, 1987 while on leave from the correctional institution in Norrköping, Sweden, he and his wife, Elisabeth, managed to escape. From Rinkeby where Elisabeth lived, via Åland they got to Helsinki, Finland where Bergling contacted the Soviet Embassy and managed to get help from his old "employer" to live in the Soviet Union. Under the alias of Ivar and Elisabeth Straus, they lived for a while in Moscow, and later in Hungary. Convicted Spy for Russians Sought After Sweden Escape


Cook Islands

(including Canada and Australia) are known as Commonwealth Realms. Channel 9 (Nine Network) broadcast all Group A matches and the Knockout Stage matches in Australia. Fox Sports (Fox Sports (Australia)) broadcast all Group B and C matches plus Ranking Stage matches live. In the United Kingdom, Sky Sports broadcast all matches live, Sky Sports Broadcasting Bid ref>


Papua New Guinea

, Thailand, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and Singapore. Channel 9 (Nine Network) broadcast all Group A matches and the Knockout Stage matches in Australia. Fox Sports (Fox Sports (Australia)) broadcast all Group B and C matches plus Ranking Stage matches live. In the United Kingdom, Sky Sports broadcast all matches live, Sky Sports Broadcasting Bid meaning that all were shown in the morning and some as early as 06:00AM UK Broadcasting with highlights being shown on the BBC. Sky Sport (SKY Network Television) showed all games live across New Zealand. Mai TV broadcast all matches live in Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Samoa, Cook Islands and the Solomon Islands. Pacific Broadcasting Orange Sport provided coverage of all matches live in France. : 421st Night Fighter Squadron (May 1943–February 1947). Deployed to Southwest Pacific, January 1944; received P-61s in June 1944 at Nadzab Airfield, PNG. Operated in Papua New Guinea, Netherlands East Indies, Philippines, Okinawa. Inactivated in Japan. After inactivation personnel, equipment and aircraft assigned to 68th Fighter Squadron (All Weather) (68th Fighter Squadron). The flag of Papua New Guinea was adopted on July 1, 1971. In the hoist (Flag terminology#Description of standard flag parts and terms), it depicts the Southern Cross (Crux); in the fly, a raggiana bird of paradise (Raggiana Bird of Paradise) is silhouetted. The designer of the flag was 15-year-old schoolgirl Susan Huhume, who won a nationwide competition for a new flag design in 1971. left 100px (Image:Feaf.gif) On 4 November 1942, the 5th Air Force commenced sustained action against the Japanese in Papua New Guinea and was a key component of the New Guinea campaign (1942–1945). Fifth Air Force engaged the Japanese again in the Philippines campaign (1944–45) as well as in the Battle of Okinawa (1945). Ft. Lauderdale politics He was city commissioner from 1971 to 1973. and vice mayor 1973 to 1975. He then served as mayor of Fort Lauderdale from 1975 to 1981. During his tenure as mayor, Shaw served on the Advisory Board and Executive Committee of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, former President of the National Conference of Republican Mayors and was named Special U.S. Ambassador to Papua New Guinea by President Gerald Ford. https: www.stetson.edu secure apps wordpress ?p 5114 In 1976, Shaw demanded a grand jury investigation because he feared that the Marlin Beach Hotel's active courting of gay tourism would cause the industry to spread to other areas of the city. The investigation was dropped upon the decision of city's attorney. ''Fort Lauderdale News Sun-Sentinel Metro''; Sunday, Dec. 21, 1980; 2B The '''figbirds''' are a genus ('''''Sphecotheres''''') of orioles found in wooded habitats in Australia, Papua New Guinea and the Lesser Sundas. The three species have been considered conspecific, but today all major authorities consider them as separate species. Higgins, P. J., L. Christidis, & H. A. Ford (2008). Family Oriolidae (Orioles). Pp. 692-731 in: del Hoyo, J., A. Elliott, & D. A. Christie. eds. (2008). ''Handbook of the Birds of the World.'' Vol. 13. Pendulin-tits to Shrikes. Lynx Edicions. ISBN 978-84-96553-45-3 Dickinson, E. C. (editor) (2003). ''The Howard and Moore Complete Checklist of the Birds of the World.'' 3rd edition, w. updates. Christopher Helm. ISBN 071366536X Andrew, P. (1992). ''The Birds of Indonesia: A Check-list.'' Kukila Check-list No. 1. Indonesian Ornithological Society, Jakarta. Gill, F., M. Wright, & D. Donsker (2009). ''IOC World Bird Names.'' Version 2.1. Accessed 04-07-2009 Christidis, L., & W. E. Boles (2008). ''Systematics and Taxonomy of Australian Birds.'' CSIRO. ISBN 9780643065116 The split is primarily based on differences in measurements and plumage, and on biogeography. Compared to the "typical" orioles of the genus ''Oriolus'', the figbirds are more frugivorous (though they also take some small insects, nectar and seeds) and gregarious, even breeding in small, loose colonies (Bird colony) (at least the Australasian Figbird; nesting habits still unknown for the remaining). They are strongly sexually dimorphic, with males having olive (Chartreuse_(color)#Olive)-green upperparts, a black head, and (uniquely for the family) distinct bright red facial skin. Simpson, K. (editor) & N. Day (illustrator) (1994). ''Field Guide to the Birds of Australia.'' 2nd edition. Christopher Helm. ISBN 0-7136-3930-X Coates, B. J., & K. D. Bishop (1997). ''A Guide to the Birds of Wallacea.'' Dove Publications Pty. Ltd. ISBN 0-9590257-3-1 Females are drab-coloured, being dull brownish above, and white below with strong dark streaking. They have greyish facial skin, and a greyish-black bill. Distribution and habitat The Palm Cockatoo is distributed in rainforests and woodlands of New Guinea island in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, and northern Queensland, Australia. It still can be found wild and free on the branches of the trees along side the road in Sorong (Sorong (city)), West Papua (West Papua (province)), Indonesia. Indonesian Parrot Project The Old World primary screwworm (''Chrysomya bezziana'') is an obligate parasite of mammals. This fly is distributed throughout the Old World, including: Southeast Asia; tropical and subtropical Africa; some countries in the Middle East; India; the Malay Peninsula; the Indonesian and Philippine Islands; and Papua New Guinea.


Maldives

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Tajikistan

they lost all three group stage matches to India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Later the same year, Afghanistan took part in 2004 AFC Asian Cup qualification where they won against Kyrgyzstan (Kyrgyzstan national football team) but lost to Nepal (Nepal national football team) and failed to make to the next round. Afghanistan started its FIFA World Cup campaign for the first time in 2003 while they played Turkmenistan (Turkmenistan national football team) in 2006 FIFA World Cup


Faroe Islands

match was a 3–0 UEFA Europa League win against NSÍ Runavík of the Faroe Islands on 30 June. Fulham then navigated their way with some ease to the Group stage in the Europa League through late summer. However, the Cottagers were knocked out agonisingly with the last seconds of the Group Stage matches, Odense


Venezuela

three group stage matches for Paraguay. Santa Cruz was not able to score a goal, but he did assist Nelson Cuevas and had a good game in the 2–0 victory over Trinidad and Tobago (Trinidad and Tobago national football team). Despite the win, Paraguay failed to qualify to the second round of the tournament. Santa Cruz scored a hat trick against Colombia (Colombia national football team) in a 5–0 Paraguayan victory during the Copa América 2007 in Venezuela. He was one


Sri Lanka

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Pakistan

increased autonomy for the Jammu and Ladakh regions. thumb A association football football (File:ISAF-ANA-2009.jpg) match between members of ISAF (International Security Assistance Force) and Afghan National Army in 2009. Post Taliban regime Afghanistan participated in 2003 SAFF Gold Cup (2003 South Asian Football Federation Gold Cup) where they lost all three group stage matches to India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Later the same year, Afghanistan took part in 2004

Hafizullah Qadami and Sayed Maqsood Hashemi save the team to a drawn result. thumb A association football football (File:ISAF-ANA-2009.jpg) match between members of ISAF (International Security Assistance Force) and Afghan National Army in 2009. Post Taliban regime Afghanistan participated in 2003 SAFF Gold Cup (2003 South Asian Football Federation Gold Cup) where they lost all three group stage matches to India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Later the same year, Afghanistan took


Portugal

. Euro 2004 Although he did not take part in qualifying, he was later included in the squad for the Euro 2004 (UEFA Euro 2004) in Portugal since the U-21s had failed to qualify for the European Championships (2004 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship). He started as first choice right back in the first two group stage matches but was suspended for the last match when he was sent-off for two bookable offences. After serving his suspension, he returned in the quarterfinal against Sweden as a second half substitute for Edgar Davids and converted his penalty as the Dutch won 5–4 on penalties. However, the Dutch were eliminated by the hosts, Portugal in the semifinal. Drifting Connolly left Balliol in 1925 with a third class degree in history. He struggled to find employment, while his friends and family sought to pay off his extensive debts. In summer he went for his annual stay at "Sligger" Urquhart's chalet in the French Alps, and in the autumn went to Spain and Portugal. He obtained a post tutoring a boy in Jamaica and set sail for the Caribbean in November 1925. He returned to England in April 1926 on a banana boat in the company of Alwyn Williams (Alwyn Williams (bishop)), headmaster of Winchester College. He enrolled as a special constable in the General Strike but it was over before he was actively involved. He responded to an advertisement to work as a secretary for Montague Summers but was warned off by his friends. Then in June 1926 he found a post as a secretary companion for Logan Pearsall Smith. Pearsall Smith was based in Chelsea (Chelsea, London) and also had a house called "Big Chilling" in Hampshire overlooking the Solent. Pearsall Smith was to give Connolly an important introduction to literary life and he influenced his ideas on the role of a writer with a distaste for journalism. Pearsall Smith gave Connolly £8 a week, whether he was around or not, and gave him the run of "Big Chilling". The Hammerskins are considered the United States' most well-organized white power skinhead group. Power struggles had split the group into several factions (Political factions).


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