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Khanaqin

Daura refinery in Baghdad. A south of Baghdad. Annazid Rulers '''Abul-Fath Mohammad bin Annaz (r. 990-1011)''' was the founder of the Annazid dynasty and ruled in Hulwan (Hulwan, Iran). Political conflicts during his twenty-year rule led to clashes in the west with the Arab clans ''Banu Oqayl'' (from whom he temporarily seized ''Daquq'' in 998) and the ''Banu Mazyad'', as well as a campaign against ''Zahman bin Hendi'', lord of Khanaqin, whose family he destroyed in 999. In the east, there was fierce competition between him and the ''Hasanwayhid'' Kurds (his relatives through marriage). In 1006, ''Badr bin Hasanuya'' aided by ''Abul-Hassan Ali bin Mazyad'', sent an army of 10,000 men against ''Abul-Fath'', who was compelled to seek refuge with the Buyid vizier, ''Amid-al-Joyus Abu Ali Hassan bin Abi Jafar'' in Baghdad. In a treaty concluded that year between the two Kurdish (Kurdish people) dynasties, ''Abul-Fath'' declared himself a ''Hasanwayhid'' vassal. *''Hawler *''Renwen'' (Khanaqin, Iraqi Kurdistan) *''Xebat'' (Kurdistan) They together had whose grandson became powerful in central and southern Kurdistan. Ahmad's successor, Baba Sulaiman extended his influence to Kirkuk. During the reign of Sulaiman Pasha, Baban rule was extended to Koya (Koi Sanjaq), Khanaqin, Arbil, Harir, Altun Kupri, Badra (Badra, Iraq) and some areas of Eastern Kurdistan (western Iran). The headquarters of Baban was initially based at ''Qala Chuwalan'', and later it was moved to the newly founded city of Sulaimaniya in 1781 during the reign of Mahmud Pasha Baban. The region under Baban rule stretched from the Little Zab river to the Sirwan (Diyala River). 52 people were killed and 65 wounded when two suicide bombers detonated themselves in Shi'ite (w:Shi'ite) mosques in the eastern Iraqi town of Khanaqin (w:Khanaqin), inhabited mostly by Shi'ite Kurds (w:Kurdish people). The bombers entered the mosques during Friday prayers and blew themselves up, completely destroying the buildings. The attack was the latest in a series of bombings by Sunni Muslim (w:Sunni Muslim) insurgents at Shi'ite mosques. thumb left 180px A U.S. Army medic tends to some minor injuries after the two truck bomb explosions. Iraqi ambulances evacuated those seriously injured in the attack to local hospitals. Photo by Maj. Alayne Conway (Image:Karradah bombing aftermath 11-18-2005.jpg)


Kirkuk

, and, in March 1974, unilaterally decreed an autonomy statute. The new statute was a far cry from the 1970 Manifesto, and its definition of the Kurdish autonomous area explicitly excluded the oil-rich areas of Kirkuk, Khanaqin and Shingal Sinjar. In tandem with the 1970–1974 autonomy (Autonomous entity) process, the Iraqi regime carried out a comprehensive administrative reform, in which the country's sixteen provinces, or governorates, were renamed and in some cases had their boundaries altered. The old province of Kirkuk was split in half. The area around the city itself was named At-Ta'mim ( Wikipedia:Kirkuk Dmoz:Regional Middle_East Iraq Localities Kirkuk commons:Kirkuk


Port Sudan

. With rising oil revenues, the Sudanese economy was booming, with a growth rate of about nine percent in 2007. Sustained growth was expected the next year in 2008 due to not only increasing oil production, but also to the boost of hydroelectricity (annual electricity yield of 5.5 TWh) provided by the Merowe Dam. The independence of oil-rich South Sudan, however, placed most major oilfields out of the Sudanese government's direct control. In order to export oil, South Sudan must rely

, single-track railroad with a feeder line, supplemented by limited river steamers, Sudan airways, and about 1,900&nbsp


Gafsa

Scott 's ''Kingdom of Heaven (Kingdom of Heaven (film))''. Tunisia's relations with Libya have been erratic since Tunisia annulled a brief agreement to form a union in 1974. Diplomatic relations were broken in 1976, restored in 1977, and deteriorated again in 1980, when Libyan-trained rebels attempted to seize the town of Gafsa. In 1982, the International Court of Justice ruled in Libya's favor in the partition of the oil-rich continental shelf it shares


Emirate of Abu Dhabi

emirates rel95.jpg thumb Geographic map of the emirate of Abu Dhabi The United Arab Emirates is located in the oil-rich and strategic Persian Gulf region. It adjoins the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman. Abu Dhabi is located in the far west and southwest part of the United Arab Emirates along the southern coast of the Persian Gulf between latitudes 22°40’ and around 25° north and longitudes 51° and around 56° east. It borders


Pavlodar

, the previous Governor. New Kazakh Government Formed, Sets Out Priorities. RadioFreeEurope RadioLiberty On 8 January 2007 he resigned. He did not say why, but President (President of Kazakhstan) Nursultan Nazarbayev had criticized him in 2006 for overspending and other administrative errors. Oil-rich Kazakhstan's


Abadan, Iran

'' was a modern tanker (Tanker (ship)) built for one of the shipping companies of Shell (Royal Dutch Shell), La Corona. She was new, relatively fast and by contemporary standards not lightly armed with a 4" 50 caliber gun on her stern and several machine guns for anti-aircraft use. Under Captain W. Horsman, she was now deployed between Fremantle (Fremantle, Western Australia) in Australia and Abadan (Abadan, Iran) on the oil (petroleum)-rich shores of the Persian Gulf. On her journey to Abadan, she would only enjoy the protection of a small corvette. HMIS ''Bengal'' (HMIS Bengal (J243)) (Lt. Cdr. W.J. Wilson, RNR) was one of the RAN-type Bathurst class corvette minesweepers, although she and three sister ships were allocated to the Indian Navy. She only had one 3-inch gun (a 4-inch gun was not available), which made her firepower barely enough to protect the ''Ondina'' from submarines, let alone from enemy surface raiders. The two ships departed Fremantle on 5 November 1942, expecting a long but uneventful trip. Following the flotation, Costain moved into civil engineering and worked first on the Trans-Iranian Railway and then at Abadan, Iran for BP. Losses on the railway, on Beckton sewage works and the costs of Dolphin Square caused financial problems, and Costain had to look for alternative funds when Barclays withdrew its overdraft facilities. In spite of the British embassy reports claiming the contrary, some sources claim that Reza Shah Pahlavi had allegedly brought Iran "closer" to Germany (Nazi Germany), which was also later used as a pretext for the British and Soviet invasion of Iran. Esposito, ''Islam and Politics'', p. 127 The British feared that the Abadan (Abadan, Iran) Oil Refinery, owned by the Anglo-Persian Oil Company, might fall into German hands — the refinery produced eight million tons of oil in 1940 and was thus a crucial part of the Allied (Allies of World War II) war effort. ) is a multi-purpose stadium in Abadan (Abadan, Iran), Iran. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches and is the home stadium of Sanat Naft F.C.. The stadium holds 25,000 people.


Samara, Russia

The city is a hub for the oil (petroleum)-rich Caspian Depression; because of this, many oil wells have been drilled in the Tengiz Field and Kashagan Field areas. A pipeline (oil pipeline) runs from Atyrau to Samara (Samara, Russia), where it joins the Russian pipeline system. A separate oil pipeline runs from the Tengiz field to the Russian Black Sea port of Novorossiisk. Kazan, the capital of Tatarstan, shows a unique mix of Christian Russian (Russians) and Muslim Tatar (Tatars) cultures. The city has rigistered a brand ''The Third Capital of Russia'', though a number of other major Russian cities compete for this status, like Samara (Samara, Russia), Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg and Nizhny Novgorod, all being major cultural centers with rich history and prominent architecture. Veliky Novgorod, Pskov, Dmitrov and the cities of Golden Ring (Vladimir (Vladimir (city)), Yaroslavl, Kostroma and others) have at best preserved the architecture and the spirit of ancient and medieval Rus' (Rus' people), and also are among the main tourist destinations. Many old fortifications (List of castles in Russia) (typically Kremlins), monasteries (List of Russian Orthodox monasteries) and churches (Russian Orthodox Church) are scattered throughout Russia, forming its unique cultural landscape both in big cities and in remote areas. *Orenburg was established. *The southern side of Bashkiria was fenced off by the Orenburg

International Airport *Sochi - Sochi International Airport The following Gazpromavia divisions provide these services: Kaluga, Perm, Samara (Samara, Russia), Sochi, Ukhta, Yugorsk. A large part of the province is situated in the oil (petroleum)-rich Caspian Depression; because of this, many oil wells have been drilled in the Tengiz Field and Kashagan Field areas. An pipeline (oil pipeline) runs from Atyrau to Samara (Samara, Russia), where


Onitsha

'''Blessed Cyprian Michael Iwene Tansi''' (born in Aguleri, Anambra State, Nigeria in September 1903 – died in Leicester, England, January 24, 1964) was an Igbo (Igbo people) Nigerian ordained a Roman Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Onitsha, Nigeria on December 19, 1937. He worked in the parishes of Nnewi, Dunukofia, Akpu Ajalli and Aguleri. ''Entirely for God: the life of Cyprian Michael Iwene Tansi'', p. 37, Elizabeth Isichei (Cistercian Publications, 1980)


Tyumen

the city's history. Today Tyumen is an important business center. Tyumen is the transport hub and industrial center of Tyumen Oblast—a vast oil-rich region stretching from the Kazakhstani border to the Arctic Ocean—as well as the home of many companies active in Russia's oil and gas industry (petroleum industry). Geography thumb View to flood-lands upstream Tyumen from the right bank (summer 2007) (File:Tyumen flood-lands of Tura river.jpg) Tyumen covers an area of


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