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defeated by Egyptian giants Al-Ahly 3-0 over 2 legs. Although, they did have some success that year - winning the Tunisian League Cup for the first time in their history. In 2006 Etoile won the CAF Confederation Cup for the first time, but continued to struggle in the league. But the 2006-2007 season proved to be possibly the greatest season in the club's history - they won the CLP 1 title and the African Champions League title (for the first time). The final of the Champions League

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in a calendar year, winning 86 out of 90 bouts, and repeated with the same record again in 2010. He became the only active ''yokozuna'' in 2010 (2010 in sumo), following the retirement of his rival and fellow Mongolian Asashōryū (Asashōryū Akinori). In that year he established the second longest winning streak (List_of_sumo_record_holders#Most_consecutive_wins) in sumo history. DATE OF BIRTH 11 March 1985 PLACE OF BIRTH Ulan Bator, Mongolia DATE OF DEATH


with Ashley Fisher. Aisam ended the year winning at the Neride Prague Indoor in Prague, Czech Republic where he partnered Kristian Pless. He finally reached his first Challenger final of the year at the Bukhara Challenger, in Bukhara, Uzbekistan, reaching the doubles final with Indian Rohan Bopanna, but lost in straight sets. Aisam returned to Davis Cup action, but Pakistan fell to their third loss of the year, losing to China. This saw them relegated back to Asia Oceania Group II. Wikipedia:Bukhara Commons:Category:Bukhara Dmoz:Regional Asia Uzbekistan Localities Bukhara

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Rapid Transit Service. Although she was not as dominant as she had been in 1994 and 1995, Sonia O'Sullivan continued to be the major force to be reckoned with during 1996 at the distances between 1500 m and 5000 m. Her best event in 1996 was the 3000 m, where she was unbeaten for the third successive year, winning all five of her races. O'Sullivan produced the early season leading time of 8:42.40 in Eugene (Eugene, Oregon) on 26 May, and then at Nice, on 10 July, she recorded the year's


; ref and India (India national cricket team) toured the following year, winning a match against Uganda by 6 wickets Scorecard of Uganda v India, 29 July 1967 at Cricket Archive before a first-class (first-class cricket) match against East Africa in Kampala which India won by 8 wickets. Scorecard of East Africa v India, 19


review506.pdf title The Young King accessdate 11 August 2007 last Ham first Stephen year 2005 format PDF publisher Chesscafe Kasparov won the Soviet Junior Championship in Tbilisi in 1976, scoring 7 points of 9, at age 13. He repeated the feat the following year, winning with a score of 8½ of 9. He was being trained by Alexander Shakarov during this time. In 1947, Steinbeck made the first of many trips to the Soviet Union, this one with renowned photographer Robert Capa. They visited Moscow, Kiev, Tbilisi, Batumi and Stalingrad, becoming some of the first Westerners to visit many parts of the USSR since the communist revolution. Steinbeck's book about their experiences, ''A Russian Journal'', was illustrated with Capa's photos. In 1948, the year the book was published, Steinbeck was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters. *1931 – A fire at a home for the elderly in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania kills 48 people. *1935 – The world's first children's railway opens in Tbilisi, USSR (Soviet Union). * 1935 – The dust bowl heat wave reaches its peak, sending temperatures to 109°F (44°C) in Chicago and 104°F (40°C) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. *2002 – F.B.I. agent Robert Hanssen is sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole for selling United States secrets to Moscow for $1.4 million in cash and diamonds. *2005 – A hand grenade thrown by Vladimir Arutinian lands about 65 feet (20 metres) from U.S. President George W. Bush while he is giving a speech to a crowd in Tbilisi, Georgia (Georgia (country)), but it malfunctions and does not detonate. *2008 – An EF4 (Enhanced Fujita Scale) tornado strikes the Oklahoma-Kansas state line, killing 21 people and injuring over 100. 9 April (9 April tragedy) would see the crackdown of nationalist demonstrations by Soviet troops in Tbilisi. There would be further bloody protests in Uzbekistan in June, where Uzbeks and Meskhetian Turks clashed in Fergana. Apart from this violence, three major events that altered the face of the nationalities issue occurred in 1989. Estonia had declared its sovereignty (Estonian Sovereignty Declaration) on November 16, 1988, to be followed by Lithuania in May 1989 and by Latvia in July (the Communist Party of Lithuania would also declare its independence from the CPSU in December). This brought the Union and the republics into clear confrontation and would form a precedent for other republics. * 235 – Pope Anterus succeeds Pontian (Pope Pontian) as the nineteenth pope. During the persecutions of emperor Maximinus Thrax he is martyred. *1386 – Timur of Samarkand (Timur) captures and sacks (Timur's invasions of Georgia) the Georgian (Kingdom of Georgia) capital of Tbilisi, taking King Bagrat V of Georgia captive. *1620 – Plymouth Colony settlers (List of passengers on the Mayflower) sign the Mayflower Compact (November 11, O.S. (Old Style and New Style dates)). File:Peter Paul Rubens 032.jpg ''Chained Prometheus'', by Peter Paul Rubens, (1611–1612). File:Amirani - Georgian Prometheus.jpg Statue of Prometheus at Tbilisi, Georgia (Georgia (country)). - Commons:Category:Tbilisi


to play the Caro-Kann Defence and the Tartakower System of the Queen's Gambit Declined. Commons:Category:Baku


Noam Behr. Together, they participated at the Bukhara Challenger, in Bukhara, Uzbekistan, where they reached the final. Aisam won a futures single title in Vietnam, beating Jaroslav Levinský 3–6 6–2 6–3, and at the same tournament won a doubles title with Ashley Fisher. Aisam ended the year winning at the Neride Prague Indoor in Prague, Czech Republic where he partnered Kristian Pless. In April at the Davis Cup Relegation Play-off semi-final, he helped Pakistan defeat Syria 5–0. The Fergana Challenger, in Fergana, Uzbekistan, still with Golovanov, they made it to the semi-finals but failed again to progress further. In the UK, he played at The Wrexham Challenger in Wrexham; he progressed to the singles semi-final but was knocked out by Ladislav Švarc 2–6 6–2 6–3. Although he did reach his first Challenger level doubles final of the year, now with new partner Luke Bourgeois they fell at the final hurdle. Asiam returned to Uzbekistan to take part in the Samarkand Challenger in Samarkand, where he made it to the quarter-finals in the singles, and with partner Kirill Ivanov-Smolensky, the doubles semi-final. He stayed in Uzbekistan to play at the Bukhara Challenger, in Bukhara and with his Dutch partner Rogier Wassen, they won the final 6–2 6–4. He went to play at his second ATP tournament of the year, partnered with Hadad, at the Copenhagen Open. They lost to George Bastl and David Prinosil 5–7 3–6. In May, Aisam won a doubles futures title in Uzbekistan with partner Justin Bower. They stayed together in the country to play at the Fergana Challenger in Fergana where they won the doubles title. This victory saw Aisam reach 89th in the world for doubles rankings. 2004 Aisam won a single futures title in India on February. He then reached The Wrexham Challenger doubles semi-finals with Vladimir Voltchkov. Aisam went on to win the IX Challenger Internacional de Salinas in Salinas, Ecuador with doubles partner Federico Browne. Next, at the USTA Challenger of Calabasas in Calabasas, USA with partner Cecil Mamiit, he reached the semis. At the Fergana Challenger in Fergana, Uzbekistan, he paired up with Harsh Mankad to reach the final. In Saudi Arabia, he won another singles futures title. He returned to action in the Fergana Challenger, in Fergana, Uzbekistan, with Tereshchuk where they reached the semis. He travelled to Surbiton, UK to play at the first grass court event of the season at The Surbiton Trophy, where with Stephen Huss he made it to the semi-final. Aisam stayed in Europe to play at the Arpa Ceramic Cup in Reggio Emilia, Italy, and reached another doubles semi-final, with Mustafa Ghouse. Returning to the UK, he played at The LTA Summer Challenger, in Nottingham, UK for his third doubles final, paired with Jean-Michel Pequery, but Aisam still failed to win a final. There was more struggling for Aisam at the III Challenger Diursa in Valladolid, Spain, where with Igor Zelenay, he could only get to the doubles semi-final. However, Aisam stayed in Spain to take part at the Open de Tenis Amaya in Pamplona, where with Zovko, they won the final and gave Aisam his first doubles Challenger title of the year. He continued his partnership with Zovko as they went to Uzbekistan to play at the Samarkand Challenger in Samarkand, but fell at the semi-final. He finally reached his first Challenger final of the year at the Bukhara Challenger, in Bukhara, Uzbekistan, reaching the doubles final with Indian Rohan Bopanna, but lost in straight sets. Aisam returned to Davis Cup action, but Pakistan fell to their third loss of the year, losing to China. This saw them relegated back to Asia Oceania Group II. Hanford served from May 2, 2002 to January 2, 2009. During Hanford's term, Uzbekistan was designated a Country of Particular Concern under the International Religious Freedom Act for "particularly severe violations of religious freedom." "Uzbekistan." International Religious Freedom Report 2007. Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, United States Department of State. Hanford said that Uzbekistan had added "outrageous" amendments to the state law governing religion: Hanford said, "The most serious problem over the last few years in Uzbekistan has been the inappropriate arrest of some Muslims who are simply observant, maybe praying five times a day. Perhaps they have a beard, and just on the basis of these outward signs, they are suspected of having terrorist ties. And in some cases, these people have been horribly treated." "US Religion Report Targets Uzbekistan, Iran, China." Voice of America. Of the countries ratifying the treaty, the largest are (in order of decreasing population) India (w:India), Pakistan (w:Pakistan), Bangladesh (w:Bangladesh), Japan (w:Japan), Mexico (w:Mexico), Thailand (w:Thailand), France (w:France), and Burma (w:Burma). Nations that have signed but not yet ratified include China (w:China), USA (w:USA), Brazil (w:Brazil), Nigeria (w:Nigeria), Philippines (w:Philippines), Viet Nam (w:Vietnam), Germany (w:Germany), and Egypt (w:Egypt). The largest non-signers are Indonesia (w:Indonesia), Russia (w:Russia), Colombia (w:Colombia), Tanzania (w:Tanzania), and Uzbekistan (w:Uzbekistan). The Himalayan (w:Himalayas) kingdom of Bhutan (w:Bhutan) went beyond the treaty requirements when on December 17 it became the first country in the world to completely ban the sale of tobacco. Amid the continued instability, Kazakhstan (w:Kazakhstan) tightened security along its border with Kyrgyzstan, as Uzbekistan (w:Uzbekistan) and Tajikistan (w:Tajikistan) have recently done. Borders closed China (w:China) closed its border with Kyrgyzstan temporarily, until March 28, following similar closings by the countries of Uzbekistan (w:Uzbekistan) and Kazakhstan (w:Kazakhstan). Tajikistan (w:Tajikistan) has left some crossings open but has tightened security. After leaving Romania early on Friday morning, President Yushchenko will go to Chişinău (:w:Chisinau), Republic of Moldova (:w:Republic of Moldova), to attend the GUUAM (w:GUUAM) meeting, a joint meeting of the head of state (w:head of state) of Georgia (w:Georgia (country)), Ukraine (w:Ukraine), Uzbekistan (w:Uzbekistan), Azerbaijan (w:Azerbaijan) and Moldova (w:Moldova). President Băsescu will also be present at the meeting, since one of the goals of his presidency was to promote stability in the Black Sea (:w:Black Sea) region, and most of the GUUAM countries have Black Sea coastlines. Craig Murray (w:Craig Murray) was British Ambassador to Uzbekistan (w:Uzbekistan) in 2002 and 2003. A career diplomat, Murray had a good record of success behind him, but was withdrawn from Uzbekistan after he publicly decried the widespread use of torture in that country. He was quoted in the ''Financial Times (w:Financial Times)'' as claiming the MI6 (w:Secret Intelligence Service) used intelligence gained by the Uzbek authorities by torture. Two months before the UK election Channel Four (w:Channel 4) premiered the program "Torture:The Dirty Business" which showed that the Uzbekistan (w:Uzbekistan) government routinely uses torture to interrogate prisoners. It showed that CIA had sent prisoners to that country to be tortured in a procedure known as rendition (w:rendition). Protesters in the city of Andijan (w:Andijan), Uzbekistan (w:Uzbekistan) have been fired on by government troops after taking over the Mayor's office and releasing some 2,000 prisoners overnight. ''Voice of America (w:VOA)'' news is reporting nine dead, and 34 injured, while ten police officers are being held as hostages. right 300px Map of Uzbekistan (Image:Uz-map.png) Thousands of Uzbeks are fleeing across Uzbekistan's (w:Uzbekistan) borders to seek refuge in neighboring Kyrgyzstan (w:Kyrgyzstan) despite the border crossings being closed. Their flight is in response to the violence in Andijan. * On Wednesday at 11.36 p.m, an earthquake struck the border between Uzbekistan (w:Uzbekistan) and Kyrgyzstan (w:Kyrgyzstan). * On Thursday at 1:20 p.m (0520 GMT), a 5.6-magnitude earthquake hit the eastern portion of Papua (w:Papua (Indonesian province)), Indonesia (w:Indonesia). Commons:Category:Uzbekistan WikiPedia:Uzbekistan Dmoz:Regional Asia Uzbekistan


in 2008 (Norwegian Premier League 2008). Rosenborg then returned for a two-year winning streak in 2009 (Norwegian Premier League 2009) and 2010 (Norwegian Premier League 2010). In the state capitol, Oslo, His Majesty the King's Guard (Hans Majestet Kongens Garde) keeps The Royal Palace (Royal Palace in Oslo) and the Royal Family guarded for 24 hours a day. Every day at 1330 hrs, there is a Change of Guards outside the Palace, and the ceremony itself, which consists of two parts, lasts for approximately 40 minutes. Otherwise, the guards work in shift of two hours. The Guards are also stationed at Akershus Fortress (Akershus festning), where the Change of Guards also happens at 1330 hrs. They are also guarding the residence of the Crown Prince and Crown Princess, and their own camp, Gardeleiren (Huseby Leir), outside Oslo. Miniature dioramas may be used to represent scenes from historic events. A typical example of this type are the dioramas to be seen at Norway's Resistance Museum in Oslo, Norway. 39 1 30 27 May 1937 Oslo Norway (Norway national football team) 3–1 Friendly - For the next 10 months, she operated out of Norfolk, conducting exercises and participating in a midshipman cruise. On 12 September 1968, ''Springfield'' headed northeast across the Atlantic to join NATO exercise "Silver Tower" in the Norwegian Sea north of the Arctic Circle. On 27 September, she cleared the exercise area and sailed south. Stopping at Oslo, Norway; Le Havre, France; Lisbon, Portugal; and Portsmouth, England; she made Rota, Spain, on 23 October. There, another conference was held between the commanders of the 2nd and 6th Fleets. ''Springfield'' departed Rota on the 24th and sailed back to Norfolk, where she arrived on 1 November. She resumed normal operations out of Norfok until 8 July, when the Commander, 2nd Fleet, shifted his flag to ''Newport News'' in order that ''Springfield'' might prepare for and commence a restricted availability. birth_date WikiPedia:Oslo Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Oslo Commons:Category:Oslo

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