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Technical Training Centre *Kaguvi National Technical College - formerly established to cater for freedom fighters who had gone to war against British colonial powers to reintegrate them into the community. Hotels Midlands Hotel was opened in 1927 by the Meikle brothers. It was about to be demolished but after much protest, it was spared. Chitukuko hotel (formerly known as the Cecil Hotel) is another local hotel located in the city centre area. Both


National Technical University honours the hard work of Welsh city founder John James Hughes. He was responsible for the city’s Yuzivka Steel Plant that gave Donetsk its industrial history. Forged Figures Park thumb 175px left Rose – the symbol of Donetsk City, Forged Figures Park (File:Donetsk-09.JPG) Forged Figures Park was opened in 2001 and is one-in-a-kind object. International Smithcraft Festival takes place in the park every year. The most impressive masterworks remain

; The airspace above Donetsk has also been closed since the MH17 disaster. Education thumb Physics Day in Donetsk National University, 2006 (File:Donetsk df 2006 01.jpg) Donetsk has several universities, which include five state universities (university), 11 institutes, three academies (academy), 14 technicums, five private universities (private university), and six colleges. The most important and prominent educational institutions include Donetsk National Technical University

, founded in 1921 ("Donetsk Polytechnical Institute" in 1960–1993), as well as the Donetsk National University


University *The Saint Joseph University *The Holy Spirit University of Kaslik *The Lebanese International University (in the nearby town of Riyaq (Rayak(Riyaq))) *The American University of Science and Technology *The Antonine University (in the nearby town of Ablah) *The National Technical Institute Transportation Zahlé is connected to Beirut ( to the West), and from there to all coastal cities, through the Beirut-Damascus road


educational establishments. Among Ukraine’s higher educational institutions, important places are occupied by Kirovohrad National Technical University, Kirovohrad V.Vynnychenko State Pedagogical University, National Aviation University. Due to preserving of old academic traditions, selfless labour of the administration and the teaching staff these powerful intellectual and scientific centres supplied with up-to-date teaching techniques prepared and gave the way to many highly qualified specialists. Every


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* Kherson state university * Kherson national technical university * International University of Business and Law Main sights * The Church of St. Catherine (St. Catherine's Cathedral (Kherson)) was built in the 1780s, supposedly to Ivan Starov's designs, and contains the tomb of Prince Potemkin. * Jewish cemetery – Kershon has a large Jewish community which was established in the mid 19th century.


With increasing awareness of the importance of government’s ability to deal with critical situations, there is a growing demand for emergency response systems in China. Without an organization like the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) in the United States, China has not yet developed a national technical standard for its emergency response system. At present, large and economically well-off cities in China like Beijing, Tianjin, Nanning and Chengdu have started building public safety networks by introducing TETRA-based digital trunking system that integrate with their existing analogue (analog signal) systems. More Chinese cities followed in 2005. There has been development of database software, interoperability consoles and data management systems. In December 2001, Dr. Thomas went to Nanning, China to conduct his ''Three Scenes from the Summer Palace'' and other works, to perform as a pianist, and to teach master classes in composition. WikiPedia:Nanning


accessdate January 21, 2013 date June 2012 Education Universities include: * Ternopil National Economic University * Ternopil Ivan Pul'uj National Technical University * Ternopil National Pedagogical University * Ternopil State Medical University Notable residents style "width:100%" - style "width:33.3%;" * Kazimierz Ajdukiewicz * Józef Arkusz * Hermann Balck * Eugeniusz Baziak * Yosef Babad * Aleksander

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Greek military junta of 1967–74

tenure at the helm of the junta. But the liberalisation process he undertook allowed the students to organise more freely, and this gave the opportunity to the students at the National Technical University of Athens to organise a demonstration that grew increasingly larger and more effective. The political momentum was on the side of the students. Sensing this, the junta panicked and reacted violently. Kostis Kornetis (2013). Children of the Dictatorship. Student Resistance, Cultural Politics and the "Long 1960s" in Greece. New York : Berghahn Books. On the early hours of Saturday, 17 November 1973, Papadopoulos sent the army to suppress the student strike and sit-in of the "Free Besieged" (Ελεύθεροι Πολιορκημένοι), as the students called themselves, at the Athens Polytechnic which had commenced on 14 November. Shortly after 03:00 a.m. EET, under almost complete cover of darkness, an AMX 30 tank crashed through the rail gate of the Athens Polytechnic with subsequent loss of life. The army also occupied Syntagma Square for at least the following day. Even the sidewalk cafes were closed. Ioannidis' involvement in inciting unit commanders to commit criminal acts during the uprising, so that he could facilitate his own upcoming coup, was noted in the indictment presented to the court by the prosecutor during the Greek junta trials, and in his subsequent conviction in the Polytechneion trial where he was found to have been morally responsible for the events. Tsevas report Quote: "Οι Ιωαννίδης και Ρουφογάλης, δια των εις αυτούς πιστών Αξιωματικών και πρακτόρων, επηρεάζουν σοβαρώς και σαφώς την όλην επιχείρησιν, εξαπολύοντες κύμα βιαιοτήτων και πυροβολισμών, επί τω τέλει της δημιουργίας ευνοϊκών δια την προαποφασισθείσαν κίνησιν συνθηκών ασφαλείας, αναταραχής και συγκρούσεων." Eleftherotypia Unrepentant for the Dictatorship. Retrieved 15 August 2008 (In Greek) English translation by Google The Ioannidis Regime The uprising triggered a series of events that put an abrupt end to Papadopoulos' attempts at "liberalisation". Brigadier Dimitrios Ioannidis, a disgruntled junta hardliner and long-time protege of Papadopoulos as head of the feared Military Police, used the uprising as a pretext to reestablish public order, and staged a counter-coup that overthrew Papadopoulos and Spyros Markezinis on 25 November. Military law was reinstated, and the new Junta appointed General Phaedon Gizikis as President and economist Adamantios Androutsopoulos as Prime Minister, although Ioannidis remained the behind-the-scenes strongman. Ioannidis's heavy-handed and opportunistic intervention had the effect of destroying the myth that the junta was an idealistic (Ideal (ethics)) group of army officers with exactly the same ideals who came to save Greece by using their collective wisdom. The main tenet of the junta ideology (and mythology) was gone and so was the collective. By default, he remained the only man at the top after toppling the other three principals of the junta. Characteristically, he cited ideological reasons for ousting the Papadopoulos faction, accusing them with straying from the principles of the Revolution, especially of being corrupt and misusing their privileges as army officers for financial gains. Papadopoulos and his junta always claimed that the 21 April 1967 "revolution" saved Greece from the old party system. Now Ioannidis was, in effect, claiming that his coup saved the revolution from the Papadopoulos faction. The dysfunction as well as the ideological fragmentation and fractionalisation of the junta was finally out in the open. Ioannidis, however, did not make these accusations personally as he always tried to avoid unnecessary publicity. The radio broadcasts, following the now familiar ''coup in progress'' scenario featuring martial music interspersed with military orders and curfew announcements, kept repeating that the army was taking back the reins of power in order to save the principles of the revolution and that the overthrow of the Papadopoulos-Markezinis government was supported by the army, navy and air force. BBC: On this day quote:A military communiqué announced the overthrow of the government was supported by the army, navy and air force and said it was a "continuation of the revolution of 1967", when the Greek colonels, headed by Mr Papadopoulos, seized control. The statement went on to accuse Mr Papadopoulos of "straying from the ideals of the 1967 revolution" and "pushing the country towards parliamentary rule too quickly". At the same time they announced that the new coup was a "continuation of the revolution of 1967" and accused Papadopoulos with "straying from the ideals of the 1967 revolution" and "pushing the country towards parliamentary rule too quickly". Previous to seizing power, Ioannidis preferred to work in the background and he never held any formal office in the junta. Now he was the ''de facto'' leader of a puppet regime (Puppet state) composed by members some of whom were rounded up by Greek Military Police (ESA) soldiers in roving jeeps to serve and others that were simply chosen by mistake. "Greece marks '73 student uprising", and:''the notorious Brigadier Dimitrios Ioannidis now serving a life sentence for his part in the 1967 seizure of power — immediately scrapped a programme of liberalisation introduced earlier'' and: ''His was but to do the bidding of a junta strongman who had never made a secret of his belief that Greeks were not ready for democracy.'' ''Athens News'', 17 November 1999 Mario Modiano ''The Times'' correspondent in Athens, "A long, happy summer night 30 years ago", ''Athens News'', 23 July 2004 quote1: ''My friend had been sworn in as a minister by mistake. After his coup, Ioannidis dispatched military policemen in jeeps to round up the people he needed to man a puppet government. When they turned up at my friend's home and ordered him to follow them, he was convinced that the soldiers intended to shoot him. quote 2: The meeting lasted five hours. Then there was a break, and by the time the meeting resumed, Evangelos Averoff, the former foreign minister, who was there, had already telephoned Constantine Karamanlis in Paris to urge him to return immediately and assume the reins of power.'' The Ioannidis method of forming a government dealt yet another blow to the rapidly diminishing credibility of the regime both at home and abroad. The new junta, despite its rather inauspicious origins, pursued an aggressive internal crackdown and an expansionist foreign policy. Cypriot coup d'état, Turkish invasion and fall of the Junta

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