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DNA (disambiguation)

In biochemistry, DNA is a molecule encoding the genetic instructions for life. DNA may also refer to: Z-DNA, one of the possible double helical structures of DNA

Jelili Atiku

Jelili Atiku is a multimedia performance artist and sculptor from Lagos, Nigeria. His performance with drawing, photography, installation sculpture, video and live performance have made him one of the most recognized performance artists from Nige ...

NCIS

Naval Criminal Investigative Service, a United States law enforcement and intelligence agency that primarily investigates crimes in the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps National Criminal Intelligence Service, the predecessor to the Serious Organised Cr ...

2019 K-1 Air Base attack

The 2019 K-1 Air Base attack was a rocket attack on the K-1 Air Base in Kirkuk province in Iraq on 27 December 2019. The air base is one of many Iraqi military bases that host Operation Inherent Resolve personnel and, according to the coalition, ...

Rafael da Silva

Rafael Silva footballer, Brazilian footballer, currently playing for Wuhan Zall Rafael Vagner Dias Silva born 1983, Brazilian footballer, currently playing for Santa Cruz Rafael Pereira da Silva footballer born 1980, Brazilian footballer, current ...

Shoguns Shadow

The eldest son of Tokugawa Iemitsu Takechiyo was attacked by an assassins corps. Seven samurai who were hired by the Sakura han lord, Hotta Masamori helped Takechiyo. The attack was due to the conflict of the succession of the next Shogun. It is ...

January 2020 Quetta bombing

Earlier, on 7 January 2020, a motorcycle bomb blast took place near a Frontier Corps vehicle on McConaghey Road near Liaquat Bazar in Quetta. The attack killed two people and injured another 14 others. According to reports, Jamaat-ul-Ahrar as wel ...

Fazilatunnesa Bappy

Fazilatunesa Bappy was a Bangladeshi lawyer and a politician representing the Bangladesh Awami League party. She was a member of the Jatiya Sangsad.

NSWC

NSWC may refer to: National Security and War Course, at the National Defence University, Pakistan Neighbourhood and Workers Service Centre, a pro-democracy political group in Hong Kong

2020 Kerala human chain

Manushya Maha Sringhala was a human chain formed on 26 January 2020 across the Indian state of Kerala to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act and the proposed National Register of Citizens. The chain was formed by approximately 6 to 7 mi ...

Harry Humphreys

Henry Charles Humphreys was an English-born Papua New Guinean politician. He served as a member of the National Parliament in two spells between 1972 and his death.

John Keith McCarthy

John Keith McCarthy was an Australian public servant in the Territory of Papua and New Guinea. He rose to become Director of Agriculture, also serving as a member of the Legislative Council and House of Assembly.

2006 Abepura incident

The 2006 Abepura incident was a clash between Papuan student protesters and Indonesian policemen and soldiers in the district of Abepura, Jayapura of Papua on 16 March 2006. The clashes killed four policemen and a soldier, and further injured ten ...

Tanga

Tanga Region, Tanzanian administrative region named after the city Tanga, Tanzania, a city and port on the coast of Tanzania Tånga och Rogle, a village in southern Sweden Tanga Islands, an island group in Papua New Guinea

Isyaman

At the time of the Dutch arrival, the Mappi region was inhabited by various tribes speaking Trans–New Guinea languages, such as the Awyu, the Yaqay, or the Kayagar. The inhabitant of the area were mostly left alone by the outside world until the ...

AAH

AAH, Aah, Aaah, or Aaaah may refer to: Aaaah film, a 2014 Tamil horror film An onomotopeia of the sound of screaming Aah film, a 1953 Hindi film starring Raj Kapoor and Nargis Abu’ Arapesh language, a language of Papua New Guinea

Nuku of Tidore

Nuku was the nineteenth Sultan of Tidore in Maluku Islands, reigning from 1797 to 1805. He is also known under the names Sultan Muhammad al-Mabus Amiruddin Syah, Saifuddin, Jou Barakati, and Kaicili Paparangan. He led a rebellion against Dutch co ...

LSA

University of Michigan College of Literature, Science, and the Arts University of Liverpool School of Architecture, England, UK La Salle Academy, a Catholic, all-boys high school in New York Lakshmipat Singhania Academy, a non-profit school group ...

Zainal Abidin of Tidore

Sultan Zainal Abidin was the twentieth Sultan of Tidore in Maluku Islands. He inherited the anti-Dutch movement that had been built up by his brother Nuku, succeeding him as ruler in 1805. However, he was not capable of resisting renewed attacks ...

Hitlers Armenian reference

Hitlers Armenian reference is alleged to have been made during his Obersalzberg Speech which concludes with the rhetorical question: Who, after all, speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians?

Provincial Mental Sanatorium Kortau

The Provincial Mental Sanatorium Kortau was a psychiatric hospital in Kortau, East Prussia. Founded in 1886, it was located about 2 km south of the town center of Allenstein at the Kortsee. Kortau asylum housed up to 1.400 inmates from all over E ...

Jacek Dominik

Jacek Dominik is a Polish civil servant who served briefly as a European Commissioner in 2014. At Warsaw University, Dominik took a bachelors degree in law and administration, where he also later earned a post-graduate degree in law and economies ...

Khlopok Rebellion

The Khlopok Rebellion was an anti-feudal uprising in Russia of the peasant and servile masses, which was the result of the strengthening of serfdom and the great famine of 1601–1603 at the beginning of the Time of Troubles. Among the many robber ...

Tamil inscriptions in Sri Lanka

Tamil inscriptions in Sri Lanka date from the centuries before Christ to the modern era. The vast majority of inscriptions date to the centuries following the 10th century AD, and were issued under the reigns of both Tamil and Sinhala rulers alik ...

2020 in Brazil

President- Jair Bolsonaro President of the Chamber of Deputies- Rodrigo Maia President of the Federal Senate- Davi Alcolumbre President of the Supreme Federal Court- Dias Toffoli

Memorist

Memorist is a 2020 South Korean television series starring Yoo Seung-ho, Lee Se-young and Jo Sung-ha. Based on the 2016–2018 Daum webtoon of the same name by Jae Hoo, it aired on tvN from March 11 to April 30, 2020.

Too Hot to Handle (TV series)

Too Hot to Handle is a reality television dating game show produced by Fremantle production company Talkback. It was created by Laura Gibson and Charlie Bennett. The show consisted of eight episodes, all of which were released on 17 April 2020 on ...

Reconstruction

Perestroika Russian for "reconstruction", a late 20th century Soviet Union political movement Economic reconstruction The Reconstruction Acts, or Military Reconstruction Acts, addressing requirements for Southern States to be readmitted to the Un ...

Rahmat Mohamad

Professor Dato Dr. Rahmat bin Mohamad is a Malaysian legal scholar and professor of law at the Universiti Teknologi MARA. He is currently the Deputy Vice Chancellor of Universiti Teknologi MARA since November 2018. He has served Universiti Teknol ...

BEU

BEU is a three letter acronym that may stand for: Biker Enforcement Unit, a division of the Ontario Provincial Polices organized crime section Bedourie Airport, with IATA code BEU British Empire Union, a historical union formed in the United King ...

Mafia (disambiguation)

A mafia is an ethnic, family or culture-based organized crime enterprise. Mafia usually refers specifically to: American Mafia, an Italian-American offshoot of the original Sicilian Mafia often referred to simply as "The Mafia" in the United Stat ...

TOC

Tactical operations center, for police, paramilitary, or military operations The Objectivist Center, part of The Atlas Society Tournament of Champions debate, a high school debate tournament Train operating company in the UK The Thomson Corporati ...

Switch (disambiguation)

Switch guitars, a brand of electric guitars and basses made from a synthetic material Switch advertising agency Switch debit card, introduced in the UK in 1988 and later renamed Maestro Switch company, a Nevada-based telecommunications company Sw ...

Censorship of LGBT issues

Censorship of LGBT issues is practised by a number of countries around the world. They may take a variety of forms, including "no promo homo laws" in several states of the United States, the Russian ban on "promotion of non-traditional sexual rel ...

Oleg Kosarev

Oleg Leonidovich Kosarev, known as The Elevator Man, is a Soviet-Russian serial rapist, pedophile and robber. He has been sentenced to long terms of imprisonment, the last one being in 2012. According to his own claims, during his criminal career ...

Denis Kalinin

Denis Sergeevich Kalinin, known as the Salesman Maniac, is a Russian robber and serial killer. Between September and October 2005, using his salesman job as a ruse, he killed 14 pensioners in Pskov, Chuvashia and most notably the Rostov Oblast, s ...

Mikhail Ustinovich

Mikhail Ivanovich Ustinovich is a Russian criminal and serial killer. An infamous Muscovite robber during the early 1990s, he attacked shops, apartments and currency exchange points.

Gennady Serebrennikov

Gennady Grigorievich Serebrennikov is a Russian serial killer and former major of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, who killed 5 witnesses related to his sons 2003 trial.

Roman Barkovsky

Roman Barkovsky is a Russian serial killer and rapist who raped at least four women in Rostov-on-Don and the village of Kazachiy Yerik between 2008 and 2009, killing two of them. He was sentenced to 24 years imprisonment for these crimes, and sev ...

Gregory Gordon

Gordon worked for the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda as prosecutor of the Media Case, and the Office of Special Investigations. During his academic career, he was the director of University of North Dakotas Center for Human Rights and ...

Mohammed Hussein Al-Ammar

Mohammed Hussein al-Ammar is a citizen of Saudi Arabia who the Kingdom put on its most wanted list. He was placed on the list in 2016, along with 8 other men. Al-Ammar was captured by Saudi authorities on January 8, 2019 in the Al-Bahari district ...

Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Jirani

Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Jirani was judge, in Saudi Arabia, who was kidnapped, and murdered, by terrorists. Al-Jirani had been appointed a judge in the Endowments and Inheritance Department, and, according to the Saudi Gazette, had survived three ...

Sani Yahaya Jingir

Sani Yahaya Jingir is an Islamic cleric scholar, living in Plateau State, He is the National Chairman Council of Ulama, Jama’atu Izalatil Bid’ah Wa’Ikamatis Sunnah JIBWIS under Jos. On May 25, 2015 he was elected chairman of the council when a de ...

Alif

Dagger alif, superscript alif in Arabic alphabet Alif in the Arabic alphabet, equivalent to Aleph, the first letter of many Semitic alphabets Alif, the eighth consonant of the Thaana abugaida used in Dhivehi

Ivory Coast–Mali border

The Ivory Coast–Mali border is 599 km in length and runs from the tripoint with Guinea in the west to the tripoint with Burkina Faso in the east.

Mali–Mauritania border

The Mali–Mauritania border is 2.236 km in length and runs from the tripoint with Algeria in the north to the tripoint with Senegal in the south-west.

MPAC

MPAC or Mpac may refer to: The Muslim Public Affairs Council, headquartered in Los Angeles, California, United States The Malaria Policy Advisory Committee The Multi-purpose Attack Craft, a class of fast military assault boat by the Philippine Na ...

Burkina Faso–Mali border

The Burkina Faso–Mali border is 1.325 km in length and runs from the tripoint with Ivory Coast in the west to the tripoint with Niger in the east.

Fatou Camara

Fatoumata "Fatu" Camara is a television presenter and journalist from the West African state of The Gambia.

Bum

Buttocks, two rounded portions of the anatomy on the posterior of the pelvic region of many bipeds or quadrupeds A lazy person A homeless person Bum a cigarette or a "smoke", meaning to borrow