; №193 за 24.08.2006. Ринат Ахметов: "Я не хочу умирать!" and his mother, Nyakiya Akhmetova, was a shop assistant. Rinat Akhmetov has an older brother, Igor, who as well worked as a coal miner but had to resign due work related health complications (Occupational disease). Rinat Akhmetov Fights Against TB with Brother’s Disease in Memories DATE OF BIRTH 21 September 1966 PLACE OF BIRTH Donetsk, Donetsk
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United . Partizan was drawn in a tough group with Real Madrid (Real Madrid C.F.), FC Porto (actual winner of the UEFA Cup (2002–03 UEFA Cup#Final) and the eventual winner of the competition (2003–04 UEFA Champions League#Final)) and Olympique de Marseille (eventual runner-up of the UEFA Cup (2003–04 UEFA Cup#Final)). The team never lost a home game, playing 0–0 with Real Madrid, and 1–1 with FC Porto and Olympique de Marseille while playing some inspired football in the away
against Shakhtar (Shakhtar Donetsk) on Donbass Arena in Donetsk – 0–1 (0–0). Next game Partizan played against Arsenal (Arsenal F.C.) at Partizan Stadium (Stadion FK Partizan) and lost 1–3 (1–1), after they played inspired football with a 10 man in last 30 min's of the match. In two matches against Braga (S.C. Braga), Partizan failed to score and they lost both games (0–2 in Braga; 0–1 in Belgrade). The last two rounds in the group have also brought inspired football
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a scoreless draw at home in the first match, the second leg in Donetsk saw Greece triumph with a 1–0 win, sending the Greeks to the 2010 FIFA World Cup. At the 2010 World Cup draw in Cape Town, South Africa on 4 December 2009, Greece found itself grouped with two familiar opponents from its first World Cup appearance in 1994. Argentina (Argentina national football team) and Nigeria (Nigeria national football team) were yet again drawn into group stage play alongside Greece, this time
'''Donetsk''' ( ; former names: '''Oleksandrivka''', '''Yuzivka''', '''Stalinе''', see also: cities' alternative names (Names of European cities in different languages: C-D#D)) is an industrial city in Ukraine on the Kalmius River. Administratively, it is a centre of Donetsk Oblast, while historically, it is the unofficial capital and largest city of the larger economic and cultural Donets Basin (''Donbas'') region. The city of Donetsk is adjacent to another major city of Makiivka and along with other surrounding cities forms a major urban sprawl and conurbation in the region. Donetsk is a major economic, industrial and scientific centre of Ukraine with a high concentration of companies and a skilled workforce.
The city was first mentioned in 1779 as Oleksandrivka, by the Ukrainian cossacks after ruining of the Zaporizka Sich by the Russian Emperatrice Katherine II in 1775. In 1869 Welsh (Wales) businessman, John Hughes (John Hughes (businessman)) constructed a steel plant and several coal mines (coal mining) in the region; the town was thus named '''Yuzivka''' (Юзівка) in recognition of his role in its founding ("Yuz" being a Russian or Ukrainian approximation of Hughes). During Soviet (Soviet Union) times, the city's steel industry was expanded. In 1924 it was renamed ''Stalinе'' (Сталіне), and in 1932 the city became the centre of the Donetsk region. Renamed Donetsk in 1961, the city today remains the centre for Ukraine's coal mining and notable steel industry centre.