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Afghanistan–Turkey relations

Afghanistan–Turkey relations refers to bilateral relations between Afghanistan and Turkey. Ahmet davutoğlu has described this relationship as "exemplary", even if these two countries are not contiguous, but close. A recent survey in Kabul 1.259 p ...

                                               

Paradise Sorouri

Paradise Sorouri is the first female Afghan rapper, notable for her protest songs against violence against women in Afghanistan and elsewhere. Born in Iran, in the early 2000s, she returned to Afghanistan with his family. She and her companion Ah ...

                                               

Amin al-Haq

Doctor Amin al-Haq is an Afghan national and a trained doctor. He is reported to have been a former OBL bodyguard and a security coordinator. Al-Haq was reported to have been captured in Lahore, Pakistan, in early January 2008. He was released fr ...

                                               

Albania under the Bulgarian Empire

The territory of modern Albania was part of the Bulgarian Empire during certain periods in the Middle Ages and some parts in what is now eastern Albania were populated and ruled by the Bulgarians for centuries. Most of Albania became part of the ...

                                               

Piazza Albania

The square was conceived together with the urban development plan of 1883, that, amongst other things, provided for the urbanization of the whole Aventine Hill, the enlargement of the urbanization in Testaccio towards Via Marmorata, and of San Sa ...

                                               

Durres-Kukes Highway

The A1, also commonly Rruga e Kombit or SH10, is the longest and only toll motorway in Albania, stretching 114 kilometres in the counties of Durres, Lezhe, Tirana and Kukes. It consists for the most part of two traffic lanes and an emergency lane ...

                                               

R 7 (Kosovo)

The R 7 Motorway, also commonly Autostrada Ibrahim Rugova, is the longest motorway in the Republic of Kosovo running 129.8 kilometres in the districts of Pristina and Prizren. It consists of two traffic lanes and an emergency lane in each driving ...

                                               

Algeria–Egypt relations

Algeria–Egypt relations refer to the bilateral ties between the governments of the two Arab North African countries of Egypt and Algeria. Relations between both countries have been generally friendly throughout their history which dates back to E ...

                                               

Andorra–France relations

Andorra–France relations are the bilateral relations between Andorra and France. Both nations are members of the Council of Europe, Organisation internationale de la Francophonie and the United Nations.

                                               

History of rugby union matches between Argentina and Australia

The Australian Wallabies first played against Argentina on 27 October 1979, resulting in a win to Argentina. The teams have met twenty-four times, with Australia winning eighteen, Argentina five and one match drawn. Two of the encounters have bee ...

                                               

Argentina–Brazil football rivalry

The Argentina–Brazil rivalry is a sports rivalry between the national football teams of the two countries and their respective sets of fans. Games between the two teams, even those that are only friendly matches, are often marked by notable and s ...

                                               

Del Desierto Lake

The Del Desierto lake or Lake of the Desert is a lake, located in the Lago Argentino Department, Santa Cruz Province, Argentina. The lake, located near the mount Fitz Roy and the OHiggins/San Martin Lake, has been the subject of a territorial dis ...

                                               

Argentina–Egypt relations

Argentine-Egyptian relations are foreign relations between Argentina and Egypt. Diplomatic relations were established between both countries in 1947. Argentina has an embassy in Cairo and Egypt has an embassy in Buenos Aires. The countries signed ...

                                               

History of rugby union matches between Argentina and South Africa

Argentina and South Africa first met in 1993. Until 2012, these two teams did not tour each other regularly and encounters between them were rare in the professional era. This changed in 2012, when Argentina joined the SANZAR nations in the annua ...

                                               

Argentina–Ukraine relations

Argentina–Ukraine relations refers to the diplomatic relations between Argentina and Ukraine. Both nations enjoy friendly relations, the importance of which centers on the history of Ukrainian migration to Argentina. Ukrainians in Argentina form ...

                                               

No. 164 Squadron RAF

No. 164 Squadron RAF was originally founded on 1 June 1918, but never received aircraft and was disbanded on 4 July 1918. The squadron was reformed at Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, on 6 April 1942, as a fighter squadron initially equipped with Spitfi ...

                                               

Argentina–Uruguay football rivalry

The Argentina–Uruguay football rivalry is a highly competitive sports rivalry that exists between the national football teams of the two countries, as well as their respective sets of fans. Games between the two teams, even those that are only fr ...

                                               

Martin Garcia canal dispute

The dredging of the Martin Garcia Canal has been delayed for over ten years because of a dispute between Uruguay and Argentina, which has seriously constrained Uruguay’s ports development. The Martin Garcia Canal is a dredged waterway between the ...

                                               

Armenia–Egypt relations

Armenian-Egyptian relations are foreign relations between Armenia and Egypt. Egypt was one of the first countries in the Arab world which recognized the independent Armenia in 1991. In March 1992, the diplomatic relations were established between ...

                                               

Australia–Japan football rivalry

The Australia–Japan football rivalry is a sports rivalry that exists between the national association football teams of each country, regarded as one of Asias biggest football rivalries. The rivalry is a relatively recent one, born from a number ...

                                               

Australia–Egypt relations

Australia and Egypt have maintained a positive and friendly relationship. Australian soldiers were stationed in Egypt in both world wars. After almost a century, the main traffic between Australia and Europe has passed the suez canal, Cairo was t ...

                                               

1951 French rugby league tour of Australia and New Zealand

The 1951 French rugby league tour of Australia and New Zealand was the first ever tour of Australasia by any French sports team in history. Puig Aubert captained the France national rugby league team who played 28 matches in total in both Austral ...

                                               

History of rugby union matches between Australia and Italy

Australia first played Italy on their way home from European tours in the 1970s, though they were not given full international status. The first encounter was in 1973 when Australia ran up 59 points to 21, but the second was the closest ever, wit ...

                                               

Azerbaijan–Belgium relations

Kingdom of Belgium recognized the independence of the Republic of Azerbaijan in December 31, 1991. Azerbaijan has been the first Post-Soviet State to establish diplomatic ties with Belgium in February 20, 1992.

                                               

Azerbaijan–Denmark relations

Azerbaijan–Denmark relations refer to bilateral relations of Azerbaijan and Denmark. Azerbaijans non resident embassy for Denmark is located in London, United Kingdom. Denmark has a consulate in Baku. Denmark recognized the Independence of Azerba ...

                                               

Bahamas–Mexico relations

Bahamas–Mexico relations refers to the diplomatic relations between the Commonwealth of the Bahamas and the United Mexican States. Both nations are members of the Association of Caribbean States, Organization of American States and the United Nat ...

                                               

Bahamas–United States relations

The Bahamas and the United States established diplomatic relations in 1973. Historically, they have had close economic and commercial relations. The countries share ethnic and cultural ties, especially in education, and The Bahamas is home to app ...

                                               

Embassy of Japan, Dhaka

The Embassy of Japan in Dhaka is the diplomatic mission of Japan in Bangladesh. Naoki Ito is the current ambassador of Japan in Bangladesh who was appointed on October in 2019.

                                               

Talukder Moniruzzaman

Talukder Moniruzzaman was a Bangladeshi political scientist. He was inducted as a National Professor by the Government of Bangladesh in 2006.

                                               

Belarus–Pakistan relations

Belarus–Pakistan relations refers to the current and historical relationship between Belarus and Pakistan. Pakistan was one of the first countries to recognise Belarus after the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991. Pakistan and Belarus have h ...

                                               

Tripartite-class minehunter

The Tripartite class is a class of minehunters developed from an agreement between the navies of Belgium, France and the Netherlands. A total of 25 ships were constructed for the three navies. The class was constructed in the 1980s–1990s in all t ...

                                               

Belgium–Netherlands 2018 FIFA World Cup bid

Alain Courtois, a Belgian Member of Parliament, announced in October 2006 that a formal bid would be made on behalf of the three Benelux countries: Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg to host either the 2018 FIFA World Cup or 2022 version, b ...

                                               

Belgian detainees at Guantanamo Bay

The United States Department of Defense held two Belgian detainees in Guantanamo. A total of 778 suspects have been held in the Guantanamo Bay detention camps, in Cuba since the camps opened on January 11, 2002 The camp population peaked in 2004 ...

                                               

Sarstoon Island

Sarstoon Island is an island at the southernmost point of Belize located near the mouth of the Sarstoon River. The Sarstoon River is located at the south of Sarstoon Island and is the southern part of the Belize–Guatemala border. Sarstoon Island ...

                                               

Indian Military Training Team

The Indian Military Training Team is a training mission of the Indian Army in Bhutan. The IMTRAT is responsible for the training of the personnel of the Royal Bhutan Army and the Royal Bodyguard of Bhutan. It is the oldest training team sent outs ...

                                               

Bosnia and Herzegovina–Saudi Arabia relations

Bosnia and Herzegovina maintains an embassy in Riyadh and Saudi Arabia maintains an embassy in Sarajevo. Saudi Arabia has provided enormous financial assistance, cultural and humanitarian support to Bosnia since its independence in 1992. The King ...

                                               

Embassy of Washington, D.C., Botswana

The Embassy of the United States, Gaborone is the United States diplomatic mission to the Republic of Botswana. It is located next to the government enclave and main mall neighborhood. The Ambassador, count Robert Miller.

                                               

Guyanese in Brazil

Guyanese Brazilians, refers to Brazilian people of full, partial or predominantly Guyanese ancestry, or Guyanese-born people residing in Brazil.

                                               

Brazil–Italy football rivalry

The Brazil–Italy football rivalry, also known as the Clasico Mundial in Spanish or the World Derby in English, is a football rivalry between the national football teams of Brazil and Italy, two of the most successful football nations in the world ...

                                               

Para-class destroyer (1908)

The Para -class destroyers were a class of 10 destroyers built for the Brazilian Navy between 1908 and 1910 by Yarrow in the Scotstoun district of Glasgow, Scotland. All were named after states of Brazil. The class closely resembled the British R ...

                                               

Nixon Guylherme

Nixon Guylherme Rocha Brizolara, known as Nixon Guylherme, is a Brazilian footballer who plays for Chittagong Abahani as a Forward. He joined the Bangladesh Premier League side in November 2019 after playing in Kuwait.

                                               

Greece–Bulgaria European Territorial Cooperation Programme

The Programme eligible areas are the following: Areas in Greece: the regions of Evros, Xanthi, Rodopi, drama, Kavala, Thessaloniki and Serres, Plots in Bulgaria: region Blagoevgrad, Smolyan, Kardjali and Haskovo.

                                               

Bulgarian occupation of Serbia

Bulgarian occupation of Serbia may refer to: Bulgarian occupation of Serbia World War II. Bulgarian occupation of Serbia World War I.

                                               

Canada–Egypt relations

Canadian-Egyptian relations are foreign relations between Canada and Egypt. Both countries established embassies in their respective capitals in 1954. Canada has an embassy in Cairo. Egypt has an embassy in Ottawa and a Consulate-General in Montr ...

                                               

Northwest Area Water Supply

The Northwest Area Water Supply, is a project to divert water from Lake Sakakawea to the area around Minot, North Dakota, which is in the Souris River watershed. Minot is roughly 40 miles north of Lake Sakakawea.

                                               

Sumas 2

Sumas 2 was a proposal for an additional cogeneration electric power plant in the town of Sumas, Washington near the Canada–United States border. The excess heat from this generator was to be used by a wood products processing company. The origin ...

                                               

Canadian detainees at Guantanamo Bay

The United States Department of Defense acknowledges holding two Canadian captives in Guantanamo, two teenage brothers, Abdurahman Khadr and Omar Khadr. A total of 778 captives have been held in extrajudicial detention in the Guantanamo Bay deten ...

                                               

Fort La Jonquiere

Fort La Jonquiere was a French fort built along the Saskatchewan River in the spring of 1751. It was purported to have been the furthest west outpost of New France. The fort was named after the Governor General of New France at the time, Jacques- ...

                                               

Magasin Royal

Magasin royal was the generic name given to a trading post under the purview of the King of France. The name also applied specifically to two trading posts that were built during the 18th century for French fur trading near the Humber River in th ...

                                               

Fort Rouge (fortification)

Fort Rouge was a fort located on the Assiniboine River in Manitoba, Canada, on the site of what is now the city of Winnipeg. Its exact location is unknown. Its name in English means "red fort". In 1738, the Sieur Louis Damours de Louvieres built ...