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Sack of Santiago de Compostela

In the year 968, a Norwegian Viking fleet led by Gunrod went to help the duke Richard I of Normandy, who was afraid of a possible invasion by the Carolingian king Lothar I of France. Once the Franks had been defeated, the fleet of Gunrod stayed i ...

J. C. Dias Bandaranaike

John Charles Dias Bandaranaike was a Ceylonese lawyer and legislator. He was the Sinhalese member of the Legislative Council of Ceylon. Born to Jacabus Dias Wijewardena Bandaranaike, Mudaliyar of Governor Gate and translator of the Supreme Court. ...

Orient Club

The club was established in 1894, by a number of leading Ceylonese, including Walter Pereira. It was formed by the Sinhalese elite in response to the restrictions on Ceylonese membership by the exclusive British Colombo Club, established earlier ...

Kathleen Wrasama

Kathleen Wrasama was an Ethiopian-born British community organiser. As a child she moved to England and became a founding member of the Stepney Coloured Peoples Association, an organisation working to improve community relations, education and ho ...

Abrogation in Public Law

In public law, abrogation is the proposing away of a right, power or value, by a public body in failing to carry out a responsibility or duty. The abrogation of such a responsibility or duty, unless required by primary legislation would amount to ...

Ackeem Hyde

He debuted internationally with the Cayman Islands U20 team where he participated at the 2018 CONCACAF U-20 Championship in the United States. Hyde made his senior debut on 23 March 2019, at the match against Montserrat in a 1–2 defeat, thus secu ...

Connor Querrard

Connor Joseph Querrard is a Virgin Islander footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for the US Virgin Islands national football team.

Tahiti national football team 1952–79 results

This page details the match results and statistics of the Tahiti national football team from 1952 to 1979. The Tahiti national football team is the national team of French Polynesia and is controlled by the Federation Tahitienne de Football. The ...

James H. Johnson Jr.

James H. Johnson Jr. is a retired Lieutenant General in the United States Army. He has over 33 years of active military service, culminating as Commanding General of the First U. S. Army, responsible for 325.000 soldiers, from 1991-1993.

Marin Srakic

Archbishop Marin Srakic is a Croatian Roman Catholic prelate who served as an Auxiliary Bishop of Djakovo or Bosna and Srijem and Titular Bishop of Cercina, and after that, as a Coadjutor Bishop, a Diocesan Bishop and the first Archbishop of Dako ...

Government Engineering College, Aurangabad

Government Engineering College, Aurangabad is a government engineering college in Aurangabad, Bihar, India. It was established in 2019 under Department of Science and Technology, Bihar. It is affiliated with Aryabhatta Knowledge University and ap ...

Convention Center–Southwest Waterfront Line

The Convention Center–Southwest Waterfront Line, designated as Route 74, is a daily bus route that is operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority between Walter E. Washington Convention Center and Nationals Park via 7th Street. ...

Count of Yebes

Count of Yebes is a hereditary title in the Peerage of Spain, granted in 1649 by Philip IV to Juan Esteban Imbrea, Lord of Yebes and Valdarachas, knight of the Order of Calatrava. The title was unofficially held by Imbreas descendants in Genoa, w ...

Millennium Campus Network

Millennium Campus Network is a global non-profit organization connecting and training 21st century social impact leaders, based in Boston, Massachusetts. MCN was founded in 2007 by Sam Vaghar and Seth Werfel, who were students at Brandeis Univers ...

Abdur Rahim Khan (governor)

Abdur Rahim Khan was an Afghan governor of Herat. He was born in 1886 in Kohistan. He served as the commander of Habibullah Khans bodyguard from age 16. In 1921 he was promoted to brigadier. During the Afghan Civil War of 1928-1929 he joined the ...

Business registration in Albania

Foreign and domestic investors have a range of opportunities to organize their business in Albania. They can either establish and register a business organization or establish and register a branch or representative office. The registration of fo ...

Elvis Naçi

Elvis Naçi is an Albanian Imam. He is director of Islamic preaching at the Islamic Community of Albania, which operates in the Tabak Mosque in Tirana and is the founder and president of the Firdeus Non-Profit Cultural Foundation. In most Albanian ...

Piano Rap

Piano Rap is a song recorded by Kosovo-Albanian rapper Ledri Vula released as the lead single from his debut studio album, 10/10. The Albanian-language rap song was written by the aforementioned rapper. It was produced by Butrint Buçinca and Duja ...

The Doll: A Portrait of My Mother

The Doll: A Portrait of My Mother is an autobiographical novel sketching author Ismail Kadares relationship with his mother. It dwells upon the familys life in Gjirokaster and later in Tirana, "full of compelling details of life in a changing Alb ...

2015 Davis Cup Africa Zone Group III

The Africa Zone was one of the four zones within Group 3 of the regional Davis Cup competition in 2015. The zones competition was held in round robin format in Cairo, Egypt, in October 2015. The eight competing nations were divided into two pools ...

2014 Davis Cup Africa Zone Group III

The Africa Zone was one of the four zones within Group 3 of the regional Davis Cup competition in 2014. The zones competition was held in round robin format in Cairo, Egypt, in September 2014. The nine competing nations were divided into one pool ...

Andrew Noble (diplomat)

Andrew James Noble is a British diplomat who is currently the British Ambassador to Romania. He previously served as the British Ambassador to Algeria. He joined the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in 1982, and has also worked in Germany, South A ...

Hocine Zaourar

Hocine Zaourar, also known by the mononym Hocine, is an Algerian photojournalist. His photograph of a woman grieving after the Bentalha massacre in Algeria, dubbed the "Madonna of Bentalha", won both the World Press Photo of the Year and the Baye ...

Arthur Minasyan (footballer, born 1978)

Arthur Sergei Minasyan is an Armenian former footballer who played as a midfielder and made four appearances for the Armenia national team.

Reine Barkered

Reine Barkered is a big mountain skier from Duved, Sweden. Barkered competed as an alpine ski racer before switching focus to freeride skiing in 2001. He did his first freeride competition, the Swedish big mountain championship in 2004, an event ...

Area of Special Conservation Interest

An Area of Special Conservation Interest is a protected area in Europe or North Africa, part of the Emerald network established by the countries who have signed the Berne Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife and Natural Habitats. T ...

Governor Johnston

Governor Johnston may refer to: Henry S. Johnston 1867–1965, 7th Governor of Oklahoma Gabriel Johnston 1699–1752, Governor of the Province of North Carolina from 1734 to 1752 Olin D. Johnston 1896–1965, 98th Governor of South Carolina George John ...

2020 Cordoba Open

The 2020 Cordoba Open was a mens tennis tournament played on outdoor clay courts. It was the 2nd edition of the Cordoba Open, and part of the ATP World Tour 250 series of the 2020 ATP Tour. It took place at the Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes in Cor ...

2014 Davis Cup Europe Zone Group III

The Europe Zone was one of the four zones within Group 3 of the regional Davis Cup competition in 2014. The zones competition was held in round robin format in Szeged, Hungary in May 2014. The twelve competing nations were divided into four pools ...

Karla Dickens

Karla Dickens is an Australian Wiradjuri installation artist. She lives and practices her art in Lismore, New South Wales. Born on 2 December 1967 in Sydney, Dickens graduated from the National Art School with a bachelors degree in 2000. In March ...

Marrnyula Mununggurr

Marrnyula Mununggurr is an Indigenous Australian painter of the Djapu clan of the Yolngu people, known for her use of natural ochres on bark and hollow logs, wood carvings, linoleum and screen print productions.

Lewis Jarvis Harvey

Lewis Jarvis Harvey was an artist and teacher in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. He was an important practitioner and teacher in the arts and crafts movement in Queensland and a figure of national significance. He was an accomplished artist, car ...

David Parsons

David Parsons may refer to: David Parsons, founder of Parsons Dance Company David Parsons cricket coach born 1967, English cricket coach David Parsons bishop 21st century, bishop of the Arctic David Parsons composer, New Age and relaxation music ...

Waterloo Plains massacre

Waterloo Plains massacre occurred in June 1838, when 8 - 23 Djadjawurrung Aboriginals were killed in a reprisal raid for the killing of two convict servants and theft of sheep.

Haas

Haas Lola, a 20th-century Formula 1 auto racing team Stewart-Haas Racing, a NASCAR auto racing team Haas F1 Team, a 21st-century Formula 1 auto racing team Newman/Haas Racing, an Indycar auto racing team

Elis Manolova

Elis Manolova is an Azerbaijani freestyle wrestler. At the 2019 World Wrestling Championships held in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan she won one of the bronze medals in the womens freestyle 65 kg event.

Aytən Mustafayeva

Aytən Inglab gizi Mustafayeva is an Azerbaijani Independent politician who is a member of the National Assembly. She was elected at the 2015 Azerbaijani parliamentary election.

Phillip Graham (footballer)

Phillip Jules Graham is a Virgin Islander footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Panthers FC and the British Virgin Islands national football team.

Jazeel Castello

Jazeel Castello is a Virgin Islander footballer who plays as a midfielder for the British Virgin Islands national football team.

2015 Davis Cup Americas Zone Group III

The Americas Zone was one of the four zones within Group 3 of the regional Davis Cup competition in 2015. The zones competition was held in round robin format in Panama City, Panama, in July 2015. The nine competing nations were divided into one ...

2014 Davis Cup Americas Zone Group III

The Americas Zone was one of the four zones within Group 3 of the regional Davis Cup competition in 2014. The zones competition was held in round robin format in Humacao, Puerto Rico, in June 2014. The nine competing nations were divided into one ...

Bahrain Police Band

The Bahrain Police Band is a uniformed marching band based at Manama Police Fort in Bahrain. It is part of the Ministry of Interior and furthermore the Public Security Forces. It takes part in official ceremonies associated with the House of Khal ...

USCGC Maui (WPB-1304)

USCGC Maui is a United States Coast Guard Island-class patrol boat homeported in Manama, Bahrain. She is named after the second-largest of the Hawaiian Islands, Maui.

2019–20 Bangladesh Cricket League

The 2019–20 Bangladesh Cricket League was the eighth edition of the Bangladesh Cricket League, a first-class cricket competition. It was held in Bangladesh, running from 31 January to 24 February 2020. The tournament had a smaller set of fixtures ...

Pioneer Football League (Bangladesh)

Pioneer Football League Bangladesh is the only youth clubs football league in Bangladesh which run by the Bangladesh Football Federation. The competition is organized for countrys grassroot football clubs.

Shaan (2020 film)

Shaan is a 2020 Bangladeshi action thriller film. It is scheduled to release on Eid ul fitre of 2020.The film stars Siam Ahmed, Puja Cherry Roy, Champa, Taskeen Rahman & Aruna Biswas. It is director MA Raahims debut film, who was assistant direct ...

Sayantani Guhathakurta

Sayantani Guhathakurta is an Indian film and television actress working mainly in Bengali films. She is well known for Samantaral, Ek Je Chhilo Raja, Hoichoi Unlimited. She made her South-indian debut with the 2019 Telugu language Adult horror co ...

Scout Durwood

Scout Durwood is an American comedian, actress, singer, writer, and director. In 2017, she starred in MTV’s scripted comedy series, Mary + Jane and her debut studio comedy album, Take One Thing Off was released on Blue Elan Records. Her twenty-tw ...

Our Grunwald Festival

Our Grunwald is an annual festival of medieval culture and music held by the Dudutki Museum of Ancient Crafts and Technologies in Belarus. It celebrates the military and secular culture and traditions of Belarus. It is dedicated to the reconstruc ...

Viktor Khrenin

Viktor Gennadievich Khrenin is a senior leader in the Belarusian Armed Forces and the current Minister of Defense. He was born on 1 August 1971 in Novogrudok, a village in the Grodno Region. He graduated in 1988 from the Minsk Suvorov Military Sc ...