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Volgograd

Empire. Similarly, use ''Stalingrad'' when discussing the city now called Volgograd in the context of World War II. For more details on this subject see Wikipedia:Proper names. For example, we have articles called Istanbul, Dubrovnik, Volgograd and Saint Petersburg, these being the modern names of these cities, although former names (Constantinople, Ragusa, Stalingrad or Leningrad) are also used when referring to appropriate historical periods (if any), including


Szczecin

nyhetsarkiv-2007 Norwegian-apner-Oslo--Szczecin-og-Stavanger--Warszawa title Norwegian åpner Oslo – Szczecin og Stavanger – Warszawa publisher Norwegian Air Shuttle accessdate 5 March 2010 language Norwegian date 6 April 2006 - For example, we have articles called Istanbul, Dubrovnik, Volgograd and Saint Petersburg, these being the modern names of these cities, although former names (Constantinople, Ragusa, Stalingrad or Leningrad) are also used when


Gdańsk

ORP ''Wodnik'' , in 1976 she replaced the previous ORP ''Gryf'' (ORP Gryf (Hansa class)) in her role of a school ship. For example, we have articles called Istanbul, Dubrovnik, Volgograd and Saint Petersburg, these being the modern names of these cities, although former names (Constantinople, Ragusa, Stalingrad or Leningrad) are also used when referring to appropriate historical periods (if any), including such article names as Battle of Stalingrad and Sieges


Dubrovnik

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Romania

, and was frequently cited as a source by the sudden influx of Romanian news articles on Wikinews. It covered everything from world and local news, politics, business, arts and leisure, sports and feature stories. In early 2006, the publication received a lot of attention for a series on the effects of an EU-imposed ban on international adoptions from Romania. The articles called attention to the poor conditions in Romanian orphanages and children's hospitals while the ban was being lauded by former European Parliament Rapporteur for Romania, Baroness Emma Nicholson.


Saint Petersburg

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White House

newspaper in Phoenix, Arizona and renamed it the Arizona Times, turning it into a daily paper by May, 1947. Anna was an executive editor and columnist until February 1948, when she became editor and publisher. The paper was sold in July and in September 1948, Anna launched a radio program with her mother, called the Eleanor and Anna Roosevelt Program, which was canceled in September 1949. In 1949, Anna edited the monthly magazine The Woman, and contributed a series of articles called My Life


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