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Tobruk

, the 2nd Battalion took part in fighting against the Italians in Egypt before the following year when it saw tough fighting in Libya, then controlled by Italy. Engagements that the regiment took part in were many, and it fought valiantly against tough opposition. In May, the regiment saw action at the Battle of Halfaya Pass, which saw British and Commonwealth forces experiencing tough fighting against Erwin Rommel's Afrika Korps. In June, the battalion was involved


Fallujah

Vigilant Resolve begins in response to the mutilation on March 31 in Fallujah. U.S. coalition forces face tough opposition as the resistance uses Soviet-style defense in depth tactics. *April 5 - U.S. forces seal off Fallujah *April 7 **U.S. forces fired upon a mosque compound in Fallujah. Officials claim that it was being used by insurgents to fire RPG (rocket propelled grenade)s and mortar (mortar (weapon))s. Fox **After three days of fighting, the U.S. forces are only able to secure 15% of Fallujah in Operation Vigilant Resolve. **U.S. forces fired upon a mosque compound in Fallujah. Officials claim that it was being used by insurgents to fire RPG (rocket propelled grenade)s and mortar (mortar (weapon))s. Fox **After three days of fighting, the U.S. forces are only able to secure 15% of Fallujah in Operation Vigilant Resolve. **ar Ramadi is returned to the control of the Iraqi Police Services and Iraqi Civil Defense Corps. November thumb right United States Marine Corps US Marines (Image:USMC 469.jpg) fight in the city of Fallujah during Operation Phantom Fury Operation Al Fajr (New Dawn) (Operation Phantom Fury) in November 2004. * November 7 - The United States Marine Corps launched the bloodiest offensive of the Iraq War on November 7, 2004, Operation Phantom Fury against the insurgency in the city of Fallujah. '''Anbar Province''' ( wikipedia:Fallujah


Liechtenstein

FC Tobol 3–1 on aggregate. In the second round they played against Liechtensteiner team FC Vaduz, narrowly progressing on the away goals rule after a 2–2 aggregate draw. They were then put up against Macedonians (Macedonia (country)) FK Rabotnički. Basel won 6–2 at St. Jakob-Park and 1–0 at the Skopje City Stadium (National Arena Philip II of Macedon) to qualify for the group stages where they faced tough opposition, Blackburn Rovers F.C. Blackburn Rovers


Auckland

, the Sting defeated out some tough opposition, including the Auckland Diamonds and Otago Rebels. thumb 200px left Shooter Donna Wilkins (File:Donna Wilkins.png) played all ten years of the National Bank Cup for the Southern Sting. 2007 was dubbed the final season of The National Bank Cup. The Southern Sting were fitting winners of the competition for the final time, defeating the Northern Force in the grand final from Auckland, 50-49. Sting coach Robyn Broughton featured in her 100th game, as the Sting ran winners. The franchise had secured the services of Silver Fern squad members Daneka Wipiiti and Liana Barrett-Chase (Liana Leota) in the off season, after the loss of Tania Dalton to retirement. The duo join Southern Sting veterans Donna Wilkins, Adine Wilson, Megan Hutton and Jenny Ferguson. president Arena Williams location Auckland, New Zealand members c. 20,000 total In 2004, Titterrell earned England A selection against France A (France A national rugby union team) in their narrow defeat in Perpignan. He took part in the 2004 senior Summer tour (2004 England rugby union tour of Australasia), earning his first senior cap (Cap (sports)), coming off the bench against the All Blacks in Auckland. He added another when coming on as a replacement against Canada (Canada national rugby union team) in November 2004. '''Kiwi FM''' is a New Zealand Radio Network playing 100 percent New Zealand music both nationally and to the world via its 24 7 live stream. The network was designed specifically to showcase the best New Zealand music across the broadest range of genres, enabling greater access to an international market for local, contemporary artists. The station broadcasts in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch on FM frequencies, nationwide on SkyTV Channel 500, and globally through its internet stream. Kiwi FM is operated by Kiwi Radio Ltd, a non-profit subsidiary of MediaWorks New Zealand. '''Coast''' is a New Zealand radio network owned by The Radio Network that plays middle of the road (middle of the road (music)) music with an emphasis on music from the fifties and sixties. A live breakfast show presented by Brian Kelly, along with programmes presented by Gael Ludlow and Rick Morin from Auckland studios are broadcast across the network's fifteen stations, except for a local breakfast breakout for Hawera. '''Butch Miller''' (born 21 October 1944 in Auckland, New Zealand) is a retired professional wrestler (Professional wrestling) best known as one half of the tag team known as "The Sheepherders" on the independent scene and in the National Wrestling Alliance and as one half of The Bushwhackers in the WWF (World Wrestling Entertainment). birth_date Wikipedia:Auckland City commons:Auckland


Kazakhstan

progressing on the away goals rule after a 2–2 aggregate draw. They were then put up against Macedonians (Macedonia (country)) FK Rabotnički. Basel won 6–2 at St. Jakob-Park and 1–0 at the Skopje City Stadium (National Arena Philip II of Macedon) to qualify for the group stages where they faced tough opposition, Blackburn Rovers (Blackburn Rovers F.C.) of England, AS Nancy of France, Feyenoord of The Netherlands and Wisła Kraków of Poland. Basel's first


Egypt

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Poland

after a 2–2 aggregate draw. They were then put up against Macedonians (Macedonia (country)) FK Rabotnički. Basel won 6–2 at St. Jakob-Park and 1–0 at the Skopje City Stadium (National Arena Philip II of Macedon) to qualify for the group stages where they faced tough opposition, Blackburn Rovers (Blackburn Rovers F.C.) of England, AS Nancy of France, Feyenoord of The Netherlands and Wisła Kraków of Poland. Basel's first game came against Feyenoord at home


Netherlands

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Italy

year when it saw tough fighting in Libya, then controlled by Italy. Engagements that the regiment took part in were many, and it fought valiantly against tough opposition. In May, the regiment saw action at the Battle of Halfaya Pass, which saw British and Commonwealth forces experiencing tough fighting against Erwin Rommel's Afrika Korps. In June, the battalion was involved in Operation Battleaxe, a British Commonwealth offensive push to relieve the besieged city


Australia

. North Africa In North Africa, as part of the 22nd Guards Brigade (British 22nd Guards Brigade), the 2nd Battalion took part in fighting against the Italians in Egypt before the following year when it saw tough fighting in Libya, then controlled by Italy. Engagements that the regiment took part in were many, and it fought valiantly against tough opposition. In May, the regiment saw action at the Battle of Halfaya Pass, which saw British and Commonwealth forces


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