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Bountiful, British Columbia

the offices of the Attorney Generals of Arizona and Utah. The historic location of the church was in the twin communities of Colorado City, Arizona and Hildale, Utah. The church also has a long-standing colony in Bountiful (Bountiful, British Columbia), British Columbia. This group was formed in September 2002, when FLDS Church president Warren Jeffs excommunicated Winston Blackmore, who for two decades was Bishop of the Bountiful, British Columbia group of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (FLDS Church), The community split nearly in half—about 700 people continue to follow Blackmore, while about 500 follow Jeffs. Utah Attorney General’s Office and Arizona Attorney General's Office. The Primer, Helping Victims of Domestic Violence and Child Abuse in Polygamous Communities:Fundamentalist Mormon Communities. Updated June 2006. Pages 11-22. * Sponsorship scandal: Prime Minister (Prime Minister of Canada) Paul Martin requests that the national networks provide him with five minutes of airtime to speak directly to Canadians about the sponsorship scandal. CBC Newsworld and CTV News Channel (CTV News Channel (Canada)) will carry the live address at 7:45 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time Thursday evening. CTV say they will immediately carry a response from Conservative (Conservative Party of Canada) leader Stephen Harper, while the CBC has not yet said if it will carry the opposition leader (Leader of the Opposition (Canada))'s response. New Democratic Party leader Jack Layton demands equal airtime on both networks. (CTV) (CBC) * In Bountiful, British Columbia, a group of women defend their lifestyle to the media (Mass media) and say they are not being abused. The town is populated by a fundamentalist (fundamentalism) Mormon sect that practises polygamy. (CTV) * In Oslo, Norway, Canadian Inuit leader Sheila Watt-Cloutier wins the 2005 Sophie Prize for drawing attention to the impact of climate change and pollution on the traditional lifestyles of the Arctic's indigenous people and others. The prize will be presented on June 15 at a ceremony in Oslo. 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Authorities often do not strictly enforce the applicable laws, as has been the case in Bountiful, British Columbia. On January 12, 2006, the Department of Justice (Canada) released a study, authored by three law professors at Queen's University, recommending that Canada repeal the laws that make polygamy a criminal offence. "Study recommends repealing polygamy ban in Canada", National Post, 12 January 2006, URL accessed 14 May 2006 ''See related article, Polygamy and religion (Polygamy#Polygamy and religion). * Cleanup needed (updated by bot) ** 390 - 38th Amendment to the Indian Constitution, 45 Cavalry, A. 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Sochi

built for Kliment Voroshilov in the 1950s, but later upgraded into a country residence of the President of Russia, where he normally spends his vacations and often confers with leaders of other states. *Golovinka is a historic location at the mouth of the Shakhe River. Formerly marking the border between the Ubykhs and the Shapsugs, the settlement was noted by Italian travelers of the 17th century as Abbasa. On May 3, 1838, it was the site of the Subashi landing of the Russians, who proceeded to construct Fort Golovinsky where many convicted Decembrists used to serve. The fort was intentionally destroyed by Russian forces at the beginning of the Crimean War, so as to avoid its capture by the enemy. *Fort Godlik, of which little remains, had a turbulent history. It was built at the mouth of the Godlik River in the Byzantine period (5th to 8th centuries), was destroyed by the Khazars and revived by the Genoese (Genoa) in the High Middle Ages. Khostinsky City District commons:Сочи


Alta California

Vallejo , the last secretary to the Governor of California before its annexation to the United States, kept his home in Sonoma; his ranch, now a National Historic Location, was located in nearby Petaluma (Petaluma, California). In Alta California, present day California, the style developed differently, being too far for imported building materials and without skilled builders, into a strong simple version for building the missions (Architecture of the California missions) between


Bournemouth

of Brighton and Hove were merged to form the new unitary authority of Brighton and Hove. Dorset and Hampshire border On 10 November 2005, Tony Bennett removed a Dorset sign from Chewton Bunny at Highcliffe and moved it to its historic location at the original County Gates border between Bournemouth and Poole, claiming that while Bournemouth and neighbouring Christchurch (Christchurch, Dorset) had been administered by Dorset County Council for the past 30 years, they remained historically Hampshire towns. Wikipedia:Bournemouth Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Dorset Bournemouth Commons:Bournemouth


Basra

Iraq's main port, although it does not have deep water access, which is handled at the port of Umm Qasr. The city is part of the historic location of Sumer, the home of Sinbad the Sailor, and a proposed location of the Garden of Eden. It played an important role in early Islamic history and was built in 636 AD or 14 AH (Anno Hegirae). It is Iraq's second largest and most populous city after Baghdad. Basra is consistently one


The Bronx

of foodstuffs and produce. In November 2005, the Fish Market relocated to a new facility in Hunts Point (Hunts Point Cooperative Market) in the Bronx, from its historic location near the Brooklyn Bridge along the East River waterfront at and above Fulton Street (Fulton Street (Manhattan)) in Lower Manhattan, New York City. DATE OF BIRTH October 14, 1939 PLACE OF BIRTH The Bronx, New York, United States DATE OF DEATH birth_date United States law enforcement officials announced the arrest Thursday of four men in connection with a plot to blow up two synagogues in The Bronx (w:The Bronx), a borough of New York City (New York, New York), and shoot down military airplanes flying out of the Stewart Air National Guard Base (w:Stewart Air National Guard Base). thumb left Satellite photo of Stewart Air National Guard Base (File:Stewartafb-ny-20apr1994.jpg)


Faroe Islands

UK )'' ''U.S. Virgin Islands (USA (United States))'' ''Western Sahara'' - *Denmark Iceland Norway United Kingdom Faroe Islands (Denmark) - '''Tinganes''' is the historic location of the Faroese (Faroe Islands) landsstýri (government of the Faroe Islands) (government), and is a part of Tórshavn. The name means "parliament jetty" or "parliament point" in Faroese (Faroese language). thumb 270px right Tórshavn Cathedral (Image:Torshavn Cathedral.JPG) '''Tórshavn Cathedral''' (in Faroese (Faroese language): Havnar Kirkja, or Dómkirkjan) is the second oldest received church of the Faroe Islands, on Tinganes in the old town of Tórshavn. Painted white, and roofed with slate, it was established in 1788. The cathedral church lies in the north of the peninsula Tinganes and is one of the main attractions of the town. Like most churches of the country it belongs to the Evangelical-Lutheran national church of the Faroe Islands. Since 1990 it has been the seat of the bishop of the Faroes and is therefore known as a cathedral. '''Runavík''' is a comparatively urbanised village in the Faroe Islands. It lies on the south half of the isle of Eysturoy. The municipality of the same name incorporates 14 settlements Commons:Category:Faroe Islands WikiPedia:Faroe Islands Dmoz:Regional Europe Faroe Islands


Brittany


United States

Point in the Bronx, from its historic location near the Brooklyn Bridge along the East River waterfront at and above Fulton Street (Fulton Street (Manhattan)) in Lower Manhattan, New York City. During much of its 183-year tenure at the original site, the Fulton Fish Market was the most important wholesale East Coast fish market in the United States of America (United States). Opening in 1822, it was the destination of fishing boats from across the Atlantic Ocean

of Dallas Creek and the Uncompahgre River. A community named in tribute to the historic town bearing the name Dallas Meadows (Communities of Ouray County) now exists at its historic location. Sundrum was one of two Alumni Centennial Professors in the Department of Physics and Astronomy of the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, United States. In 2010, he left the Johns Hopkins University and moved to the University of Maryland. His research

of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations . The '''Steuben Memorial State Historic Site''' is a historic location and state park in the eastern part of Steuben (Steuben, New York), Oneida County (Oneida County, New York ), New York, that honors Baron von Steuben, the "Drillmaster of the American Revolution." The land in this part of Oneida County was part of a land grant made to von Steuben for his services to the United


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