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army. The whole Northern region was captured within a month prior to the Islamists offensive against the South. Tuareg nomadic groups such as the MNLA, Azawadi separatist's group, helped retake several main towns in the North but kept a neutral stance against fighting the rebels or giving support to the Malian army. The groups main presence centered around their headquarters in Kidal and it's proper. Islamists began slowly regrouping last remaining elements in the Adrar des Ifoghas


Lebanon

gains, Samir Geagea was freed on 18 July 2005, after parliament decided to amend all the charges he formerly faced. Since Geagea's release from prison, the Lebanese Forces have been rebuilding much of their former image. Some of these works include reorganizing its members and their families, reopening political facilities, and reestablishing their main presence among the Christians of Lebanon. In addition to rebuilding their image, the Lebanese Forces have also been attempting to reclaim former privately-funded facilities, which were seized by the Syrian backed government. Currently, the Lebanese Forces have also been striving to reclaim their rights to the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation, which was initiated by the party in the mid 1980s. After filing suit against LBC Group General Manager Pierre Daher in 2007, the Lebanese Forces won the case and were granted control of the corporation in late 2010. Today, the Lebanese Forces and its main political representatives strive to re-establish the many Christian rights, which were significantly lessened during Syria's occupation of Lebanon, specifically from 1990-2005. Some of the Lebanese Force's other main objectives include formulating a just electoral law, which would enable the Christian population to be represented fairly in local and parliamentary elections. The party also strives to give the large Lebanese diaspora the ability to participate in Lebanese elections. The party has also stressed the idea of reaffirming the powers formerly endowed to the Lebanese president before being lessened in the Taef Agreement. '''Antoine Konrad''' (born June 23, 1975), better known as '''DJ Antoine''', is a Swiss-Lebanese house (house music) and electro (Electro music) DJ and producer (record producer), from Beirut, Lebanon. He has had a number of successful single and album releases in Western Europe, in particular Switzerland and France. DJ Antoine's first notable release was the 2000 album ''Houseworks 01'', and he has since released many albums in the last years. One of his releases, ''Jealousy'' (released in 2007) was one of his best selling albums.Also, In 2010, he released the summer hits "Welcome To St. Tropez (Feat. Kalenna)" and "Sunlight (Feat. Tom Dice).


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