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Athens International Airport

;ReferenceA" "2nd place in Europe and 3rd place in the world for 2001 in the main category of "Overall Passenger Satisfaction" for airports handling up to 15 million passengers annually." 2001 - Third place in the world in the main category of "Overall Passenger Satisfaction" for airports handling up to 15 million

passengers annually. ΙΑΤΑ Award 2001 - First position in Europe, in the airport size category up to 15 million passengers per annum. IATA "Global Airport Monitor" Award for "Overall Passenger Satisfaction". in Frankfurt. Spanish construction company Grupo ACS, which already had almost 30 percent of Hochtief, launched in mid September, a bid that would allow ACS to have more than 50 percent of Hochtief. The bid was approved by the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) on 29 November 2010. Bafin press release, Bafin website, accessed 5 April 2011 ACS raised the stake in Hochtief to 50.16 percent as of 18 June 2011 Deutsche Welle taking over control of the company. *1994-1996: Commerzbank Tower , Frankfurt am Main *1996-2000: Athens International Airport, Greece *1998-2000: Kandinsky-Klee house restoration, Dessau thumb 300px right File photo of the crashed Helios Airways B 737 © airliners.gr Elliot Kefalas (Image:Helios 737.jpg) A Helios (w:Helios Airways) airliner (Boeing 737 (w:Boeing 737), flight HCY 522) with 115 passengers and 6 crew onboard has crashed into a mountain at 09:04 UTC (w:UTC) (12:04 p.m. EEST (w:EEST)) near Grammatiko (w:Grammatiko), 40 kilometre (w:kilometre)s (25 mile (w:mile)s) north of Athens (w:Athens), while approaching the capital's airport (w:Athens International Airport). All on board perished. The plane was travelling from Larnaca (w:Larnaca), in the southeast of Cyprus (w:Cyprus) (Greek:Kypros, Κύπρος) and scheduled to arrive in Prague (w:Prague) after a stop in Athens. Norwegian also announced that their flights from Moss to Antalya (w:Antalya Airport), Valencia (w:Valencia Airport), Athens (w:Athens International Airport) and Istanbul (w:Sabiha Gökçen International Airport) will be closing for the winter season (previously they were all-year destinations).


Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Focus Facilities - nursing homes with "a history of serious quality issues." Special Focus Facility (“SFF”) Initiative, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (accessed 4 24 2008) "Medicare: CMS Adds Searchable Database of Lowest-Quality Nursing Homes Nationwide to Web Site," Kaiser Daily Health

”) Initiative, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (accessed 4 24 2008) "Medicare: CMS Adds Searchable Database of Lowest-Quality Nursing Homes Nationwide to Web Site," Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report, Kaiser Family Foundation, April 24, 2008 The US Government Accountability Office (GAO), however, has found that state nursing home inspections understate


Port Dover, Ontario

years. The first place designated and plaqued under the new program was the "Cliff Site" in Port Dover, Ontario, where two priests claimed sovereignty over the Lake Erie region for Louis XIV of France in 1670.


Mudanjiang

: 100.naver.com 100.nhn?docid 49355 "Dongjingcheng site", ''Naver encyclopedia'' The city of Mudanjiang is named after for the Mudan River (literally, "Peony River") flowing through it. Imperial Russia built a train station for the Chinese Eastern Railway(КВЖД, KVZhD) in Mudanjiang in 1903, after which local development started boosting. Both Chinese and Russian settlers established themselves here. Mudanjiang was little more than a large village


Springhill, Nova Scotia

mining investors, obtained a coal mining monopoly in Nova Scotia. They imported the latest in mining technology including steam water pumps and railways to develop large mines in the Stellarton (Stellarton, Nova Scotia) area of Pictou County, Nova Scotia, including the Foord Pit which was by 1866 was the deepest coal mine in the world. "History of the Site", ''Nova Scotia Museum of Industry'' Coal


Orizaba

Wikipedia:Orizaba, Veracruz


Qana

In the deadliest single incident in the ongoing Israel-Hezbollah conflict (w:2006 Israel-Hezbollah conflict), an Israeli air strike apparently demolished a three-story building in the village of Qana (w:Qana) in southern Lebanon, and according to the Red Cross (w:The Red Cross), killed at least 28 displaced civilians, including 19 children, most of whom handicapped or mentally ill, who were sheltering there. The Lebanese police reported at least 56 fatalities, including 37 children.


Pictou County, Nova Scotia

, including the Foord Pit which was by 1866 was the deepest coal mine in the world. "History of the Site", ''Nova Scotia Museum of Industry'' Coal mining also developed in Springhill (Springhill, Nova Scotia) and Joggins in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia. After the GMA monoploy expired, the largest and longest lasting mines developed at Cape Breton Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia Cape Breton


Mwanza

south of the town of Mwanza on the shores of Lake Victoria in Tanzania, in the Shinyanga region. Dr. Williamson, the discoverer of the site, first owner and namesake of the mine, named the site "Mwadui" after a local chief; "Williamson" and "Mwadui" are now virtually synonymous in the diamond mining world. Railways The Malayan Railway (Keretapi Tanah Melayu) sold EARH eight metre gauge USATC S118 Class steam


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