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and an airport. In February 2007, the new Ziguinchor University opened in the city. OUVERTURE DE L’UNIVERSITE DE ZIGUINCHOR, Agance Pres Senegalais, 3 March 2007. It is also home to a large peanut oil (Vegetable oil) factory. A vibrant tourist (Tourism in Senegal) destination, the beaches of nearby Cap Skirring were discovered by foreign tourists in the 1960s, and the location was built up to become one


of government in the town of Wuni in the Charkhlik Ruoqiang (Ruoqiang County) oasis, and from thence to Khotan and Yarkand (Yarkant County). Hill (2009), p. 88. The primary economic activity of the XPCC remains agriculture, including cotton, fruit, vegetables, food crops, vegetable oils, sugar beets, and so forth. Important products are cotton, tomatoes, ketchup, Korla pears, Turpan grapes, wine, and so forth


. People also go to the neighboring countries of Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. There are no reliable data on the number of labor migrants from Isfana. People who stay in the town engage in trade and agriculture. Animal husbandry is also widespread. Those who engage in agriculture mostly grow grains (Food grain), fruits, vegetables, and plants that produce oil (Vegetable oil). Isfana has two large bazaars. Most sellers who work in these bazaars bring

Ocotlán de Morelos

. There is a processing plant which makes vegetable oil, with mezcal and dairy products produced in small workshops. Crafts include textiles and ceramics. Most working in commerce has small family businesses. See also *Category: Mexican potters (:Category:Mexican potters) Category:Municipalities of Oaxaca

São José do Rio Preto

is the ''Teatro Municipal'' "Humberto Sinibaldi Neto". There are other theater venues, like the Paulo Moura Theater, located at the old Swift factory, and the SESI (Industrial Social Services) Theater. thumb 200px right Swift (File:Swift em Rio Preto.jpg) thumb 200px left "Paulo Moura" Theater (File:Teatro Paulo Moura em Rio Preto.jpg) A vegetable oil factory from the 1940s, the "Swift", is a public cultural center since 1983, when it was bought by the prefecture.<


hinterland. Exports include bitumen and asphalt, cereals, cotton, fruits, eggs, vegetable oil, pottery, and tobacco (Latakia (tobacco)). Cotton ginning, vegetable-oil processing, tanning, and sponge fishing serve as local industries for the city. Latakia. (2009). In Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved 2009-03-01, from Encyclopædia Britannica Online. The Cote d'Azur (Cote d'Azur, Syria) Beach of Latakia is Syria's premier coastal resort, and activities undertaken there include water skiing, jet skiing, and windsurfing. The city contains eight hotels, two of which have five-star ratings; both the Cote d'Azur de Cham Hotel and Lé Merdien Lattiquie Hotel are located Commons:Category:Latakia

Primorsky Krai

where enterprises of war industry prevailed. The largest enterprises of light industry are ''Primorsky Sakhar'' (which provides the Russian Far East with sugar, producing 160,000 tonnes per year), ''Dalsoya'' (which produces vegetable oil, margarine, and soap), ''Ussuriysky Balsam'' (24 kinds of liqueur and vodka products, and balsams made of a blend of dozens of herbs). Five articles of ''Ussuriysky Balsam'' were given diplomas of the first and the second degrees at all-Russian competition of alcohol products. birth_date


. Many citizens were stocking up for bad times and throughout the country shop shelves were being emptied, leaving a shortage of even the most basic items, such as vegetable oil, sugar or washing powder. The crisis has reduced demand for food and lowered food consumption, because substantial depreciation of the ruble significantly raised domestic prices for food stuffs. The crisis also increased social tension. The middle class that was already forming by that time had some hope for stability. The confidence of crisis prevention ceased to exist as millions of people lost their life savings from the bank closures. On 7 October that year, demonstrations were held in many cities: around 100,000 took to the streets in Moscow, In Vladivostok 4,000, in Krasnoyarsk 3,000 and in Yekaterinburg 6,000. Defence Minister Igor Sergeyev cancelled his scheduled visit to Greece in the first week of October, in order to be at hand should matters get out of control. Similarly select military units were placed in a state of readiness. On 20 October, President Boris Yel’tsin also signed a presidential decree barring "mass protests" in Moscow between the hours of 10&nbsp;pm and 7 a.m.and limiting them to a maximum of five days. Check it out. The Russia entry is based on Krasnoyarsk stats only. mikka (user:mikkalai) (t) (user talk:mikkalai) 23:48, 17 Jun 2005 (UTC) :Well, it is a large enough city, so statistically it should be representantive. Besides, I think it is kind of elegant way to use the info from that site. -Irpen (User:Irpen) 18:41, Jun 18, 2005 (UTC) * C05: Königsleiten'', Austria'' * C06: Siberian State Aerospace University Observatory, Krasnoyarsk'', Russia'' * C07: Anysllum Observatory, Àger'', Spain'' - 24 F Iya Gavrilova 173 61 09 03 87 Krasnoyarsk SKIF, Moscow - - 28 F Oxana Tretiyakova 164 75 03 10 79 Krasnoyarsk SKIF, Moscow - 24 F Iya Gavrilova 173 61 09 03 87 Krasnoyarsk SKIF, Moscow - - 28 F Oxana Tretiyakova 164 75 03 10 79 Krasnoyarsk SKIF, Moscow birth_date WikiPedia:Krasnoyarsk Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Krasnoyarskiy Kray Krasnoyarsk

Portuguese Guinea

), also known in Portugal as the ''Overseas War'' (''Guerra do Ultramar'') or in the former colonies (Portuguese Empire) as the ''War of liberation'' (''Guerra de Libertação''), was fought between Portugal's military (Portuguese military history) and the emerging nationalist movements in Portugal's African colonies (Portuguese Empire) between 1961 and 1975, after the Portuguese regime was overthrown by a military coup (Carnation Revolution) in 1974. It was a decisive ideological (ideology) struggle and armed conflict of the Cold War in African (Portuguese-Africa and surrounding nations) and European (mainland Portugal) scenarios. Unlike other European nations, the Portuguese Estado Novo (Estado Novo (Portugal)) regime did not leave its African colonies, or the overseas provinces (''províncias ultramarinas'') as those overseas territories were officially called since 1951, during the 1950s and 1960s. During the 1960s, various armed independence movements became active in these Portugal-administered territories, namely in Angola (Angola (Portugal)), Mozambique (Mozambique (Portugal)) and Portuguese Guinea. During the war, several atrocities were committed by all forces involved in the conflict. The decolonization and independence of several African states after the World War II, the Invasion of Goa by Indian Armed Forces and the Santa Maria hijacking, as well as the achievements of the African-American Civil Rights Movement (African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)), were also signs of the so called "Winds of change" supporting and giving context to the emergence of independence movements in Portuguese Africa. Age of Discovery When the Portuguese began trading on the west coast of Africa, in the 15th century, they concentrated their energies on Guinea (Portuguese Guinea) and Angola (Angola (Portugal)). Hoping at first for gold, they soon found that slaves were the most valuable commodity available in the region for export. The Islamic Empire (Caliphate) was already well established in the African slave trade, for centuries linking it to the Arab slave trade. However, the Portuguese who had conquered the Islamic port of Ceuta in 1415 and several other towns in current day Morocco in a Crusade


Britannica. Retrieved on 2009-04-09 The primary economic activity of the XPCC remains agriculture, including cotton, fruit, vegetables, food crops, vegetable oils, sugar beets, and so forth. Important products are cotton, tomatoes, ketchup, Korla pears, Turpan grapes, wine, and so forth. The XPCC has a mix of factory farming and smaller farms. The territorial expansion of the Kushans helped propagate Bactrian to Northern

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