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Semarang

Monument and adjacent ''Gedung Pola'' in Jakarta, the Youth Monument (''Tugu Muda'') in Semarang, the Alun-alun Monument in Malang, the Heroes' Monument in Surabaya, and also the new city of Palangkaraya in Central Kalimantan. 2000 PDI-P National Congress The First PDI-P Congress was held in Semarang, Central Java in April 2000, at which Megawati was re-elected as the Chairperson of PDI-P for a 2nd term. Career In 1883, Eijkman left Holland


Cyprus

Queens' College , Cambridge (University of Cambridge), after which he took jobs teaching English in Canada and France. He returned to Britain and worked as a policeman in Bradford, before taking a position as ''The Times'' correspondent in Cyprus. In 1936 he again returned to England and began a long-term career with the BBC. He regularly appeared on the BBC television panel game ''What's My Line? (What's My Line?#United Kingdom)'' as a panellist, having been the presenter of the very first episode in 1951. The period of his reign featured by decline in contrast with the previous period of his father' s reign. During his reign, he lost his father's Cypriot possessions to Asia Minor. Even more Cyprus received disastrous invasion by Genoese (Republic of Genoa) in 1373–1374 which led to the capture of Famagusta, the most important harbour which began to decline. Important damages were caused to the other major towns of Cyprus (List of cities, towns and villages in Cyprus) because of the war with Genoese. Provenance * The earliest known dialect is '''Mycenaean Greek''', the language reconstructed from the Linear B tablets produced by the Mycenaean civilization (Mycenaean Greece) of the Late Bronze Age in the late 2nd millennium BC. The classical distribution of dialects was brought about by the migrations of the early Iron Age Sometimes called the Greek Dark Ages because writing disappeared from Greece until the adaptation of the Phoenician alphabet. after the collapse of the Mycenaean civilization. Some speakers of Mycenaean were displaced to Cyprus while others remained inland in Arcadia, giving rise to the '''Arcadocypriot''' dialect. This is the only dialect with a known Bronze-age precedent. The other dialects must have preceded their attested forms but the relationship of the precedents to Mycenaean remains to be discovered. By the early 1950s the CIS was run-down and largely ineffective; it had lost a lot of its quality staff to ASIO, resources were limited and its role was in reality poorly defined. The POG was in a similar position. In 1957 the Commonwealth Government acted to address the situation and passed the ''Commonwealth Police Act''. This led, in 1960, to the formal merger of the CIS and the POG into the Commonwealth Police (unofficially known as COMPOL). Over the course of the next two decades the Commonwealth Police expanded its roles and capabibilities. In addition to increasing the numbers of detectives to investigate crimes such as money laundering, damage to and theft of Commonwealth property, the Commonwealth Police developed forensic, training and administrative services for not only for Commonwealth matters but also to assist state police agencies. Commonwealth Police assumed responsibilities for policing Norfolk Island and Christmas Island, established intelligence liaison posts overseas and also conducted uniform policing duties at the nation's main airports. In 1964 Commonwealth Police (including a number of state police sworn in as special COMPOL members) deployed to Cyprus as part of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus. In addition to providing physical security at many key government locations, the Commonwealth Police also took on a greater role in providing close personal protection to senior politicians and diplomats. '''Turkish people''', also known as the "'''Turks'''" ( WikiPedia:Cyprus Dmoz:Regional Middle East Cyprus Commons:Category:Cyprus


Dominican Republic

''Not to be confused with the Caribbean island (Caribbean) country of Dominica.'' The '''Dominican Republic''' is a Caribbean country that occupies the eastern two-thirds of the Caribbean island (Caribbean) of Hispaniola. The western one-third of Hispaniola is occupied by the country of Haiti. To the north lies the North Atlantic Ocean, while the Caribbean Sea lies to the south. Understand History Explored and claimed by Columbus on his first voyage on December 5, 1492, the island of Ayití, named by Columbus as La Hispaniola, became a springboard for Spanish conquest of the Caribbean and the American mainland. The island was first inhabited by the Taínos and Caribes. The Caribes were an Arawakan-speaking people who had arrived around B.C. 10,000. Within a few short years following the arrival of European explorers, the population of Tainos had significantly been reduced by the Spanish conquerors. Based on Fray Bartolomé de las Casas (Tratado


Italy

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Canada

in Canada and France. He returned to Britain and worked as a policeman in Bradford, before taking a position as ''The Times'' correspondent in Cyprus. In 1936 he again returned to England and began a long-term career with the BBC. He regularly appeared on the BBC television panel game ''What's My Line? (What's My Line?#United Kingdom)'' as a panellist, having been the presenter of the very first episode in 1951. Image:Pano Fort Battleford.jpg thumb right 250px Fort


France

his mother placed him into the care of The Royal Orphanage of Wolverhampton (Royal Wolverhampton School). Harding's education continued at Queens' College (Queens' College, Cambridge), Cambridge (University of Cambridge), after which he took jobs teaching English in Canada and France. He returned to Britain and worked as a policeman in Bradford, before taking a position as ''The Times'' correspondent in Cyprus. In 1936 he again returned to England and began a long-term

career with the BBC. He regularly appeared on the BBC television panel game ''What's My Line? (What's My Line?#United Kingdom)'' as a panellist, having been the presenter of the very first episode in 1951. The FNLC invaded Shaba again on May 11, 1978, capturing Kolwezi in two days. While the Carter Administration had accepted Cuba's insistence on its non-involvement in Shaba I, and therefore did not stand with Mobutu, the U.S. government now accused Castro of complicity. Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


United States

they may be further subdivided into non-profit schools and proprietary schools, operated for the economic benefit of their owners. For a long time many proprietary vocational schools had a poor reputation for quality in many instances, and for over promising what the job prospects for their graduates would actually be; this has been largely corrected by more stringent regulation. The term ''career college'' is reserved for post-secondary for-profit institutions


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