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Srebrenica

in the Srebrenica massacre. * July 17 – The Nasdaq Composite index closes above the 1,000 mark for the first time. Greece The most notable Greek neo-Nazi organization is Golden Dawn (Golden Dawn (Greece)) (Chrysi Avyi). According to numerous journalist accounts, the Greek police do very little – if anything – to quell Chrysi Avyi's violent activities. Ιός της Ελευθεροτυπίας;"Αλλάξτε μυαλά, γιατί θα σας λιώσουμε σαν τα σκουλήκια", εφημερίδα Ελευθεροτυπία: Ασυλία από ΕΛ.ΑΣ. (article in Greek) A few Golden Dawn members participated in the Bosnian War in the Greek Volunteer Guard (GVG) and were present in Srebrenica during the Srebrenica massacre (Srebrenica massacre#Non-Serb participants in the killings). Michas, Takis;"Unholy Alliance", Texas A&M University Press: Eastern European Studies (College Station, Tex.) p. 22 name "srebr" 16 07 2005 article in Eleftherotypia. (Greek) Another Greek neo-Nazi group is the Strasserist (Strasserism) "Mavros Krinos" (Μαύρος Κρίνος – Black Lily). By and large, the new operations were successful. In El Salvador and Mozambique, for example, peacekeeping provided ways to achieve self-sustaining peace. Some efforts failed, perhaps as the result of an overly optimistic assessment of what UN peacekeeping could accomplish. While complex missions in Cambodia and Mozambique were ongoing, the Security Council dispatched peacekeepers to conflict zones like Somalia, where neither ceasefires nor the consent of all the parties in conflict had been secured. These operations did not have the manpower, nor were they supported by the required political will, to implement their mandates. The failures — most notably the 1994 Rwandan genocide and the 1995 massacre (Srebrenica massacre) in Srebrenica and Bosnia and Herzegovina — led to a period of retrenchment and self-examination in UN peacekeeping. This cabinet was notable for resigning twice. The first time was in May 1999, when D66 stepped out of the coalition when proposed legislation entered by this party was blocked; through negotiations the crisis was solved and the cabinet stayed together. The second and final time was on 16 April 2002, close to the natural end of term for the cabinet, when prime minister Kok wished to resign over the NIOD (Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie) report into the fall of Srebrenica in 1995 and the other ministers had no choice but to follow him. The Second Kok cabinet remained in place as a caretaker cabinet until 22 July 2002, when it was replaced by the first Balkenende cabinet. WikiPedia:Srebrenica Dmoz:Regional Europe Bosnia_and_Herzegovina Localities Srebrenica Commons:Category:Srebrenica


Naantali

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Druskininkai

, it is ok IMO. Same as e.g. even most radical believes such as neo-nazism are written about, and their views are given, that does not mean showever that teh article about neo-nazism is automatically neo-nazi. And this article is about Baltic States. If there is an article like "History of Europe" someone maybe say "Why this tells only about Europe?" but well, there are different articles in different scopes, you can create an article about Belarus. DeirYassin (User:DeirYassin) 19:17, 17 May 2005 (UTC) align center 937 align center 475 Curonian Lagoon Hrodna, Druskininkai, Alytus, Kaunas, Sovetsk (Sovetsk, Kaliningrad Oblast) - *Băile Govora (Spa town) in Vâlcea County, Romania *Druskininkai (Spa town) in Lithuania *Warm Springs, Georgia, USA In 1837 he was allowed to publish his first book, the ''Piosnki wieśniacze znad Niemna'' (''Folk Songs of the Neman River''). The second edition of that anthology, published in 1844 under the title of ''Piosnki wieśniacze znad Niemna z dołączeniem pierwotwornych w mowie słowiańsko-krewickiej'' (''Folk Songs of the Neman River with Originals Written in Slavic-Krevich Language''), was significantly expanded and included many translations of his works to what could be seen as a predecessor of modern Belarusian language. It was not until 1839 when he finally was allowed to return home. Unable to find a job, for five years he was working as a librarian in a family estate of his family's friends, the Chrebtowicze family. He never fully recovered after his resettlement to Siberia. In 1846 he went to the spa (destination spa) of Druskienniki (Druskininkai), but the treatment was unsuccessful and Jan Czeczot died on 23 August of the following year. He is buried in a small cemetery in Rotnica. Z Mickiewiczem pod rękę czyli Życie i twórczość Jana Czeczota Stanisław Świrko. Warszawa : 1989 The cities started to form in the 13th-14th century together with the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. The first city to receive city rights was Klaipėda. According to medieval law, a city could have its own fairs, taverns, guilds, courts, etc. Some former cities lost their status are now just towns or villages, for example Kernavė or Merkinė. Most of the cities in Lithuania are old, established before the 18th century. Their location is mostly determined by trade and transportation routes. Some of the newer cities grew because of railroad construction, for example Kaišiadorys, Vievis, Radviliškis, Ignalina or Mažeikiai. In the last century cities grew new to big industry centers, for example Visaginas, Elektrėnai or Naujoji Akmenė. Five cities – Birštonas, Druskininkai, Neringa, Palanga and Anykščiai – have a special resort status. Wikipedia:Druskininkai Commons:Category:Druskininkai


Karlskrona

'') was at the time of its dissolving the largest Neo-Nazi (Neo-Nazism) political party in Sweden.


Ulan Bator

Bengal, India Mongolia Neo-Nazism is a growing political force in Mongolia. From 2008, Mongolian Neo-Nazi groups have defaced public and private buildings in Ulan Bator, smashed Chinese (Chinese people) shopkeepers' windows, and killed moderate Mongols. The Neo-Nazi Mongols' targets for violence are Chinese, Koreans,

; ref They wear Nazi uniforms and revere the Mongolian Empire and Genghis Khan. Observers have noted the irony of Neo-Nazi Mongols, because Nazi Germany killed Soviet prisoners of war (prisoner of war) with Mongolian features. Some have ascribed it to poor historical education (Education in Mongolia). Climate Climatically, Astana is the second coldest capital in the world after Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (Ulan Bator), a position formerly


Ramadi

a videotape vowing to continue fighting "until the last hour" and urging the U.S. to cooperate with Muslims and stop dealing "with them as free loot, robbed land and violated sanctity." (Reuters) * October 15 – A riot occurs in Toledo, Ohio during a Neo-Nazi rally on racial issues; 114 are arrested. * October 16 – U.S. helicopters and warplanes bomb two villages near Ramadi in western Iraq, killing about 70 people. * October 19 – The Houston Astros win their first National League Championship, advancing to their first World Series in franchise history. * June 15 - Douglas Wood (Douglas Wood (engineer)), an Australian hostage residing in California is released in Iraq after 47 days in captivity, and is now being moved to a secret location. June 16 - Five U.S. Marine s die from a roadside bomb in Ramadi, Western Iraq. June 20 - A Suicide bomber in Iraq kills 13 policemen (Iraqi police), and injured more than 100 people, in the city of Irbil, northern Iraq. BBC News ** Five US Army soldiers and 2 members of the Iraqi Army die in Anbar providence in the only major act of violence committed on this first election day when their Bradley vehicle ran over and IED killing all 7 individuals instantly. *October 17 - The U.S. claims to have killed 70 insurgents near Ramadi in eastern Iraq. However, eyewitness (Witness)es maintain that most of those killed were innocent civilians, and photographs released show locals burying at least 18 children, including infants. *October 18 - * Ensign Herbert Charpoit Jones (World War II), U.S. Navy. wikipedia:Ramadi


Greek military junta of 1967–74


City of Sunderland

year 2010 publisher Durham Wildlife Trust accessdate 6 August 2010 History Under Flynn's leadership, N9S functioned as a pressure group, but under the leadership of Kevin Quinn (Kevin Quinn (neo-Nazi)), the group has taken a more active role in British politics. Under the name '''British First Party''', the group ran two candidates in the 2007 UK local elections (UK local elections, 2007) in Sunderland (City of Sunderland). D, Williams, 'The Rest of the Right


Sturmabteilung

Germany collapsed. The SA was banned by the Allied Control Council shortly after Germany's capitulation. In 1946, the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg formally judged the SA ''not'' to be a criminal organization. In the modern age, several Neo-Nazi groups claim to be continued extensions

of the SA, with terms such as "stormtrooper" and "brown shirt" common in Neo-Nazi vocabulary, although these groups are often loosely organized with separate agendas. Leaders thumb right 150px Ernst Röhm (File:Bundesarchiv Bild 102-15282A, Ernst Röhm.jpg), SA Chief of Staff, was shot on Hitler's orders, after refusing to commit suicide, in the Night of the Long Knives purge in 1934 The leader of the SA (Leadership ranks of the Sturmabteilung) was known


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