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that former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milošević died from heart failure. (Channel 4 News) * Six car bombs explode in Sadr City, a neighborhood in Baghdad, killing at least forty-six people. (CNN) * In Malta, the Malta Labour Party makes a big victory in the Local Council Elections (Maltese local council elections, 2006) (Times of Malta) Raddatz began her tenure at ABC News in 1999 as the network's State Department (U.S. State Department) correspondent and became ABC's senior national security correspondent in May 2003, reporting extensively from Iraq. From 1993 to 1998, Raddatz covered the Pentagon (Pentagon (building)) for National Public Radio. Prior to joining NPR in 1993, Raddatz was the chief correspondent at the ABC News Boston (Boston, Massachusetts) affiliate WCVB-TV. She is also the author of the New York Times bestseller (New York Times Best Seller list) ''The Long Road Home'', a book about the war (Iraq war) in Sadr City, Iraq. A suicide bomber exploded a truck bomb in the crowded Al-Ula market in Sadr City (w:Sadr City) in Baghdad (w:Baghdad) on Saturday, killing 66 people and injuring over a 100. At a separate news-conference, US (United States) military spokesperson Major General William Caldwell said the security plan is showing signs of progress. "The murders and executions have come down by over 50 percent," Caldwell said. He did acknowledge that reduced violence in Baghdad's Sadr City (w:Sadr City) neighborhood may be linked to the absence of anti-American Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr (w:Muqtada al-Sadr), who he said was still in neighboring Iran as of 24 hours ago. Two explosions occurred within quarter of an hour of each other in the late afternoon in Sadr City (w:Sadr City). The bombings hit a restaurant and a flea market. A third vehicle in the area laden with bombs was discovered and defused (w:bomb disposal) without incident by police.


Malta

and United Kingdom (including 12 dependent territories crown dependencies). 12 March 2006 (Sunday) * In Malta, the Malta Labour Party makes a big victory in the Local Council Elections (Maltese local council elections, 2006) (Times of Malta) (Link dead as of 04:32, 16 January 2007 (UTC)) * Schering, a Berlin, Germany based pharmaceutical firm, announces that it has received a hostile merger bid from Frankfurt-based rival Merck (Merck & Co.). (MSNBC) (Link dead as of 04:32, 16 January 2007 (UTC)), (Reuters) (Link dead as of 04:32, 16 January 2007 (UTC)) *12 (March 12): El Salvadoran legislative elections (Salvadoran legislative election, 2006) *11 (March 11): Malta, Local Council Elections (Maltese local council elections, 2006) *6 (March 6): Netherlands, municipal (Dutch municipal elections, 2006) * Six car bombs explode in Sadr City, a neighborhood in Baghdad, killing at least forty-six people. (CNN) * In Malta, the Malta Labour Party makes a big victory in the Local Council Elections (Maltese local council elections, 2006) (Times of Malta) *Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh began their Visit to Australia which she will open the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne. * 2006 Borujerd earthquake: An early-morning earthquake south of Borujerd, Iran causes 66 deaths and significant damage in the Luristan (Luristan Province) province in the west of the country. * An intruder enters a church (Church (building)) in Malta during mass (mass (liturgy)) and smashes a 200 year old Jerusalem mother-of-pearl crucifix creating commotion. (Times of Malta) A '''pastizz''' (plural ''pastizzi'') is a savoury pastry from Malta. Pastizzi usually have a filling either of ricotta or of mushy peas, and are called ''pastizzi tal-irkotta'', "cheesecakes", or ''pastizzi tal-piżelli'', "peacakes", accordingly.


Poland

. political party in Poland. It was represented


Wales

-championship-win-in-Cardiff.html title Big Rob hails his big victory date 2010-01-29 last McNichol first Rob accessdate 2010-01-31 work The Sun (The Sun (newspaper)) In September 2010 the TNA X Division Championship changed hands twice at house shows, when first Amazing Red defeated Jay Lethal at a house show in his hometown of New York City on September 23 to win the title and two days later Lethal regained it in Rahway, New Jersey, near his hometown


Berlin

. 53 competitors, all men, took part in 30 events in 10 sports. Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


Mexico

), József Tóth (József Tóth (footballer born 1951)), László Kiss (László Kiss (footballer)) (3) and Lázár Szentes. In spite of the big victory, Hungary lost to 4-1 to Maradona's Argentina (Argentina national football team) in the second match of the group stages. Diego Maradona scored twice, while the only Hungarian goal was scored by Gábor Pölöskei at the Estadio José Rico Pérez in Alicante.


Germany

and most important builders of U-boats for the Kaiserliche Marine in World War I and the Kriegsmarine in World War II. * In Malta, the Malta Labour Party makes a big victory in the Local Council Elections (Maltese local council elections, 2006) (Times of Malta) (Link dead as of 04:32, 16 January 2007 (UTC)) * Schering, a Berlin, Germany based pharmaceutical firm, announces that it has received a hostile merger bid from Frankfurt-based rival Merck (Merck & Co.). (MSNBC) (Link dead as of 04:32, 16 January 2007 (UTC)), (Reuters) (Link dead as of 04:32, 16 January 2007 (UTC)) *'''November 19''': Report that Iraq will bolster its forces in Kuwait. *'''November 20''': API reports crude inventory drop in U.S. of more than 4 MMB; Saddam Hussein announces plans to release German (Germany) hostages; Soviet Union shows reluctance to endorse the use of force against Iraq. *'''November 21''': French President Mitterrand voices support of a proposed U.N. resolution that would authorize the use of force in the Persian Gulf. "'''Red Sails'''" is a song written by David Bowie and Brian Eno in 1979 (1979 in music) for the album ''Lodger (Lodger (album))''. The song is a swashbuckling epic inspired in part by the ambient (Ambient music) motorik of German (Germany) band Neu!. The '''Grail Movement''' is an organization which originated in Germany in the late 1940s, inspired by the work of Oskar Ernst Bernhardt (also known by his pen name Abd-ru-shin), principally ''In the Light of Truth: The Grail Message''. Abd-ru-shin did not establish the organization, the Movement as it exists today was formally organized by followers. !-- Commented out this section. It needs to be incorporated into the article as prose. *Cross country skiing: **Tobias Angerer of Germany clinched the overall men's World Cup title despite finishing 40th in the 50 km freestyle race in Holmenkollen (Holmenkollen ski festival), Norway, over nine minutes behind Swedish winner Anders Södergren. It is the third successive time a German wins the World Cup. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


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