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Steven Khoury

Rev. Steven Naim Khoury is a Christian Arab pastor and author. He is the pastor of The First Baptist Church in Bethlehem and Calvary Church in Jerusalem. Khoury is the president of the "Holy Land Missions" organization.

                                               

General Federation of Public Servants

The General Federation of Public Servants is a trade union federation representing civil servants in France. The federation was established by Workers Force FO in 1953. It currently brings together six federations affiliated to FO: FO Finance Fed ...

                                               

Ministry of Security (Argentina)

The Ministry of Security of Argentina is a ministry of the national executive power that oversees public safety and security. It co-ordinates the countrys national security policy and oversees the Federal Police, the Airport Security Police, the ...

                                               

Ministry of Women, Genders and Diversity

The Ministry of Women, Genders and Diversity is a ministry of the Argentine Government tasked with overseeing the countrys public policies on issues affecting women and gender and sexual minorities. The ministry was created in 2019 as part of Pre ...

                                               

Ministry of Digital Development, Innovation and Aerospace Industry (Kazakhstan)

The Ministry of Digital Development, Innovation and Aerospace Industry is a central executive body of the Government of Kazakhstan. It was established as the Ministry of Defense and Aerospace Industry on 6 October 2016 by a presidential decree. T ...

                                               

Ministry of Information and Communications (Kazakhstan)

The Ministry of Information and Communications was a central executive body of the Government of Kazakhstan. On 5 May 2016, President Nursultan Nazarbayev ordered the creation of the new Ministry in response to the 2016 Kazakh protests which was ...

                                               

Office of the National Water Resources

The Office of the National Water Resources is Thailands command centre for management of the nations water resources. As of 2020, ONWR is led by Secretary-General Somkiat Prajamwong.

                                               

Zeina Akar

Zeina Adra is the Defence Minister and Deputy Prime Minister of Lebanon. She is the first female defence minister in the Arab world.

                                               

List of assassination attempts on Indian Prime Ministers

There have been numerous assassination attempts on Prime Ministers of India. The Prime Minister is the executive head of the Indian government, and is usually the most powerful person in the country. Only two prime ministers, namely Indira Gandhi ...

                                               

Rough sex murder defense

Rough sex murder defense, also known as the 50 Shades defense, is employed by some people accused of murdering their sexual partner, who claim that the death occurred because of injuries sustained during consensual sex.

                                               

Caserta Agreement

The Caserta Agreement was signed on 26 September 1944, between the Greek exiled government, the British Command in the Middle East, EAM/ELAS and EDES in Caserta, Italy. The agreement provided that all the resistance forces that were operating unt ...

                                               

Naveed Kamran Baloch

Naveed Kamran Baloch is a Pakistani civil servant who serves in BPS-22 grade as the Finance Secretary of Pakistan, in office since May 2019. Baloch belongs to the Pakistan Administrative Service and was promoted to the rank of Federal Secretary i ...

                                               

MOST

Music & Opera Singers Trust, an opera and classic music organisation in Australia that created the Opera Awards Ministry of Science and Technology, a ministry or other government agency Management of Social Transformations, a program of the UNESC ...

                                               

Johan Velde van der Merwe

General Johan Velde van der Merwe is a South African police officer. He held senior positions in the Security Branch and was Commissioner of the South African Police from 1990 to 1995.

                                               

Bayraktar TB2

The Bayraktar TB2 is a Turkish medium altitude long endurance unmanned aerial vehicle capable of remotely controlled or autonomous flight operations manufactured by Turkey′s Bayraktar company primarily for the Turkish Air Force. The aircraft is m ...

                                               

2020 Minsk Victory Day Parade

The 2020 Minsk Victory Day Parade was a military parade held on Victors Avenue in Minsk, the capital of Belarus, in honour of the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. The parade was held in the same style of other Russian Victory ...

                                               

European army

European army or EU army are terms for a hypothetical army of the European Union which would supersede the Common Security and Defence Policy and would go beyond the proposed European Defence Union.

                                               

National Liberation Forces (Mexico)

The National Liberation Forces, was an insurgent group in Mexico. It was founded in 1969 by a group of young regiomontanos led by Cesar Yañez Muñoz, integrating the members of an old dissolved organization called the Mexican Insurgent Army. One o ...

                                               

27th Guards Motor Rifle Brigade

The 27th Separate Guards Motorized Rifle Sevastopol Red Banner Brigade is a tactical formation of the Russian Ground Forces. Its Military Unit Number is 61899. It is part of 1st Guards Tank Army of the Western Military District, stationed in Mosr ...

                                               

National Park Service Law Enforcement Rangers

National Park Service Law Enforcement Rangers or United States Park Rangers are uniformed federal law enforcement officers with broad authority to enforce federal and state laws within National Park Service sites. The National Park Service common ...

                                               

Dumping

Database dump or SQL dump, a record of the data from a database, usually in the form of a list of SQL statements Recording the contents of memory after application or operating system failure, or by operator request, in a core dump for use in sub ...

                                               

Garda

Garda may refer to: Garda National Surveillance Unit, the domestic intelligence agency of the Republic of Ireland Garda, Gotland, alternative name for Garde, a settlement on the Swedish island of Gotland Lake Garda, a lake in northern Italy The G ...

                                               

VSC

Vietnam Solidarity Campaign, a Vietnam War-era activist group Venezuela Solidarity Campaign, a British political group Video Standards Council, of the United Kingdom responsible for promoting standards in the video industry Vermont State Colleges ...

                                               

PETS

The Sims 3: Pets, the fifth expansion pack for The Sims 3 The Sims 2: Pets, the fourth expansion pack of The Sims 2

                                               

2020 Romans-sur-Isere knife attack

On the late morning of 4 April 2020, a knife attack occurred in Romans-sur-Isere, France, resulting in the death of two people and the wounding of seven others. The perpetrator, a 33-year old Sudanese refugee, was charged with terrorist crimes.

                                               

Rachel Levine

Rachel L. Levine is an American leading pediatrics, physician who is currently the Pennsylvania Secretary of Health. She also serves as Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry at the Penn State College of Medicine. She was previously Pennsylvanias ...

                                               

MSS

Moses Gate railway station National Rail station code, England Massena International Airport IATA code, New York, US Manassas Amtrak station code, Virginia, US

                                               

John Kaye

John Kaye or Jonathan Kaye may refer to: John Brayshaw Kaye 1841–1909, English-born American poet, lawyer and politician John Kaye footballer born 1940, English former footballer and manager Jonathan Kaye born 1970, American golfer John William K ...

                                               

John Sampson

John Sampson may refer to: John Sampson character, fictional character in James Pattersons Alex Cross novel series John Patterson Sampson 1837–1928, American abolitionist, newspaper publisher, and minister John Sampson North Carolina politician 1 ...

                                               

Thomas Bridges

Thomas Bridges may refer to: Thomas Bridges Anglican missionary 1842–1898, Anglican missionary and linguist Thomas Bridges, 2nd Baron Bridges 1927–2017, British diplomat Sir Thomas Pym Bridges, 7th Baronet 1805–1895, of the Bridges baronets Tom B ...

                                               

Wergeland

Wergeland can refer to members of a notable Norwegian family: Nicolai Wergeland - Norwegian priest, writer and politician Joseph Frantz Oscar Wergeland - Norwegian military officer, brother of Henrik Wergeland Oscar Wergeland - Norwegian painter ...

                                               

James Malone Rentschler

James Malone Theodore Rentschler was an American Career Foreign Service Officer who was Ambassador to Malta. He succeeded Joan M. Clark who had been named Director General of the Foreign Service.

                                               

Anker (name)

Anker Jorgensen 1922–2016, Danish politician Anker Rogstad 1925–1994, Norwegian criminal and writer Anker Eli Petersen born 1959, Faroese writer and artist Anker Boye born 1950, Danish politician Anker Engelund 1889–1961, Danish civil engineer An ...

                                               

Frank Moore

Frank Montague Moore 1877–1967, painter and the first director of the Honolulu Academy of Arts Frank Moore journalist 1828–1904, American journalist and compiler Frank Gardner Moore 1865–1955, American Latin scholar Frank C. Moore painter 1953–20 ...

                                               

Federal Inland Revenue Service

The Federal Inland Revenue Service is the agency responsible for assessing, collecting and accounting for tax and other revenues accruing to the Federal Government of Nigeria.

                                               

Operation Amotekun

Western Nigeria Security Network codenamed Operation Amotekun, is a security outfit based in all the six states of the South Western, Nigeria, responsible for curbing insecurity in the region. It was founded on 9 January 2020 in Ibadan, Oyo State ...

                                               

SSO

Special Source Operations, a division of the US National Security Agency that collects digital data Social Security Organization, a social welfare organization in Iran Special Security Organization, a former Iraqi security agency SSO VS, Russian ...

                                               

General Directorate of Customs Protection

In Turkey, the General Directorate of Customs Protection is a special law enforcement agency responsible for controlling international transports to the country, checking goods and passenger movements, and enforcing laws that prevent economical l ...

                                               

John Wybrow

John Francis William Wybrow was a New Zealand politician and diplomat. He was the secretary of the Labour Party and later New Zealands High Commissioner to Canada.

                                               

ISEL

ISEL can refer to: Institut Superieur Europeen du Lobbying, a lobbyist institution Industrial Syndicalist Education League, a British syndicalist organisation Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa, a Portuguese school of engineering Institut ...

                                               

Elizabeth Sewell (activist)

Elizabeth Sewell was a New Zealand activist in the feminist movement in the 1970s and 1980s. She was the first head of the Ministry for Consumer Affairs.

                                               

8th Coast Regiment, Royal Artillery

The 8th Coast Regiment, Royal Artillery was a regular heavy artillery unit of the Royal Artillery and based in China during the years leading up to World War II.

                                               

St. Francis satyr butterfly

The St. Francis satyr is an endangered butterfly subspecies found only in the US state of North Carolina. First discovered in 1980, it was officially described in 1989 and listed as a federally endangered species by the US Fish and Wildlife Servi ...

                                               

ANF

Ateliers du Nord de la France, a French locomotive manufacturer Abercrombie & Fitch NYSE symbol, a specialty retailer ANF Les Mureaux, a French aircraft manufacturer 1918–1937 Firat News Agency Ajansa Nûçeyan a Firatê, a Kurdish news agency ANF r ...

                                               

Sipa (disambiguation)

Sipa is a Philippines national and traditional native sport. Sipa or SIPA may also refer to: Southern Interscholastic Press Association, a nonprofit organization at the University of South Carolina Societe Industrielle Pour l’Aeronautique, a defu ...

                                               

OAM

OAM may refer to: Official Museums of Amsterdam, Netherlands Office of Air and Marine, a federal law enforcement agency within the U.S. Customs and Border Protection On a Mission disambiguation Observatorio Astronomico de Mallorca, an observatory ...

                                               

Regulation of algorithms

Regulation of algorithms, or algorithmic regulation, is the creation of laws, rules and public sector policies for promotion and regulation of algorithms, particularly in artificial intelligence and machine learning. For the subset of AI algorith ...

                                               

Cannabis-sakene 2008

Kannabis-sakene refers to the series of criminal cases where illegal cannabis plantations were discovered in Norway in 2007 and 2008. The case was eventually one of Norways largest narcotics cases.

                                               

Single parents in the United States

Single parents in the United States have become more common since the second half of the 20th century. In the United States, since the 1960s, there has been a increase in the number of children living with a single parent. The jump was caused by ...

                                               

OA

Oa, a fictional planet in the DC Comics universe Orions Arm, a science fiction project The OA, a television series Opie and Anthony often "O&A", a radio show OpenArena, a video game Oriental Adventures, a Dungeons & Dragons sourcebook