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Mehmet Kasapoğlu

Mehmet Muharrem Kasapoğlu was born in Istanbul, Turkey in 1976. He studied Business administration at Marmara Universitys Faculty of Economics and Administrative Science, and graduated with a Bachelors degree. Later, he earned a Masters degree in ...

CNP

Council for National Policy, an umbrella organization for social conservative activists in the U.S. Chinese Nationalist Party Kuomintang, a center-right political party in the Republic of China on Taiwan CNP Assurances, a French insurance corpora ...

Sheikh al-Karama Forces

The Sheikh al-Karama Forces is an armed group based in the As-Suwayda Governorate in southern eastern Syria, composed of Druze locals, the group is led by two brothers who are the sons of the founder of another Druze militia group called the Men ...

Kabul–Behsud Highway

The Kabul–Behsud Highway, formally National Highway 13, NH13, is a highway connecting Kabul in Afghanistan to Behsud in the west, passing through Maidan Wardak Province. It is cited as a highly dangerous route, prone to hijackings, beheadings, ki ...

Zadian Minaret

The Zadian Minaret is a minaret in Zadian, Balkh Province in north Afghanistan. It is located in the remote region of the Dawlatabat District, in northwestern Balkh Province.

Maks Velo

Maks Velo was a French-born Albanian painter, journalist, and architect. His works have been exhibited in Europe and the United States.

Grigor Cilka

Grigor M. Cilka was an Albanian Protestant reverend and missionary. In the height of the Albanian National Awakening he became a teacher at the first Albanian school for girls in Korçe.

German

German may refer to: Germans, an ethnic group A citizen of the Federal Republic of Germany, or any political predecessor or part of it, under German nationality law The German language, mainly spoken in Central Europe Something derived from or re ...

Naum Dhimiter Naçi

Naum Dhimiter Naçi, also known as Nuçi Naçi, was an Albanian teacher and patriot. He was the brother of Leonidha Naçi. With his intellectual and political activities, he played an important role during the late period of the Albanian National Awa ...

Sidrit Bejleri

Sidrit Bejleri, born on 22 July 1976, is an Albanian singer/songwriter. He graduated in canto at the Academy of Arts in Tirana. He sings operas, musicals, light and popular music, but also religious lyrics. He is currently working at the Opera an ...

Safia Ketou

Rabhi Zohra, better known under her pseudonym Safia Ketou, 15 November 1944 – Algiers, 29 January 1989) was an Algerian writer, poet and playwright, one of her countrys most eminent writers in the period following Algerian independence from Franc ...

Chems-Eddine Chitour

Chems-Eddine Chitour is an Algerian scholar, researcher and author. He took office as Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research on January, the 4th 2020 in Algeria.

Fettouma Touati

Fettouma Touati was born in Azazoa, a small mountainous village in the Kabylia region of Algeria. Her parents emigrated to France in 1951, before the Algerian War of Independence. In 1975 she returned to Kabylia for four years, and worked as a li ...

Sihem Amer-Yahia

Sihem Amer-Yahia is an Algerian computer scientist. She is a CNRS Research Director at the Laboratoire d’Informatique de Grenoble. She leads the SLIDE research team. Sihem Amer-Yahia works on data management, declarative languages and query proce ...

Paul Elie Dubois

His father, Elie Dubois, was a dentist in Montbeliard and belonged to a religious community known as the Plymouth Brethren. He studied at the Academie Julian, followed by Jean-Paul Laurens and Fernand Cormon at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des ...

Gotham-Attucks Music Publishing Company

The Gotham-Attucks Music Publishing Company was an African-American owned firm based in Manhattan, New York, that was formed July 15, 1905, by merger of the Gotham Music Company and the Attucks Music Publishing Company. The Gotham Music Company w ...

Soria (disambiguation)

Soria is a city in north-central Spain. Soria may also refer to: Cross Internacional de Soria, annual cross country running competition in Spain The Declaration of Soria Moria, 2005 Norwegian political accord 9th Infantry Regiment" Soria”, a Span ...

National Selections in the Eurovision Song Contest

National selections refer to the processes in which the broadcasters of the countries participating in the annual Eurovision Song Contest select the artist and song that will represent them in the contest. The two principal ways for broadcasters ...

Celma Ribas

Ribas was born in Luanda on 10 November 1982, but when she was very young her family emigrated to Cologne, Germany. In 1996, at the age of 14, Ribas started to become known for her singing and began to make trips to Angola to sing. She married Ad ...

Maria Haller

Maria de Jesus Haller, was Angolas first female ambassador. She participated in Angolas struggle for independence from its colonial power, Portugal, and she was a teacher, a journalist and a writer. She was born Maria de Jesus Nunes Da Silva in 1 ...

PWA

Pure Wrestling Association, a Canadian professional wrestling promotion; See Melissa Maughn Prairie Wrestling Alliance, a Canadian professional wrestling promotion based in Edmonton Reality of Wrestling or Pro Wrestling Alliance, a US independent ...

Mestre Ferradura

Omri Ferradura Breda, commonly known as Mestre Ferradura, is a Mestre de Capoeira, pedagogue, president of the Brazilian Institute of Capoeira Education, and director of the Brincadeira de Angola project.

Merceline Dahl-Regis

Merceline Dahl-Regis, O.D., is a Bahamian physician and public health expert. She is the former Chief Medical Officer of the Bahamas and has been recognized for her role in advancing public health in the Caribbean and internationally.

Louis Diston Powles

Louis Diston Powles was an English barrister. He is now remembered for his outspoken memoir Land of the Pink Pearl of his time in the Bahamas as a stipendiary magistrate, during the 1880s.

Dancehall pop

Dancehall pop is a sub-genre of Jamaican genre Dancehall that originated in the early 2000s. Developing from the sounds of reggae, dancehall pop is characteristically different in its fusion with western pop music and digital music production. Da ...

Lauras Bielinis

Lauras Bielinis is a Lithuanian political scientist and a professor at Vytautas Magnus University. His research topics include analysis of political text, election technologies, and political communication.

Mylene Flicka

Marie-Madeleine Fifame Akrota was born on 22 July 1996. She adopted the pseudonym Mylene Flicka when she was 14 years old, inspired by Mary OHaras novel My Friend Flicka. Aged 17, Flicka began her first blog, which was dedicated to highlight issu ...

Claire Beckett

Born in Chicago, Illinois, Beckett lives and works in Boston, Massachusetts. She became interested in photography early in life and began to make pictures at the age of 16. Beckett went on to earn BA in anthropology at Kenyon College, and served ...

Nur

An-Nur The Light, 64 ayat, the 24th surah of the Quran Nūr Islam, a concept, literally meaning "light" Risale-i Nur Collection, a collection of works by Islamic scholar Said Nursi An-Nur, one of the names of God in Islam, meaning "The Light".

Susana Chiarotti

Susana Chiarotti is an Argentine lawyer and womens rights activist. She sits on the board of the Committee for Latin America and the Caribbean for the Defense of Womens Rights and reports on the state of womens rights for the Organization of Amer ...

Tugomir Alaupovic

Tugomir Marko Alaupovic was a Yugoslav professor at "First Grammar School,Sarajevo, poet, storyteller and politician. In addition to his rich political biography, he was also minister of religion in the government of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats ...

SPP

Slovensky plynarensky priemysel, a Slovak natural gas company Sucker Punch Productions, an American video game developer Sumitomo Precision Products, an aerospace and sensor manufacturer Sigmund Pulsometer Pumps, a British engineering company

English Pocket Opera Company

English Pocket Opera Company is an opera company based in the south of England. EPOC was founded in 1993 by Mark Tinkler and Annabel Lee. It works with thousands of children and young people every year in schools and other settings. EPOC has coll ...

Ervin L. Jordan, Jr.

Ervin L. Jordan, Jr. is an Associate Professor and Research Archivist at the University of Virginia, Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library. He has published several books and articles, as well as given lectures and taught workshops ...

Bulgarian historiography

Certified Bulgarian historiography dates back to the 17th century. The question of the existence of original Old Bulgarian historiography from the time of the First Bulgarian State and the Second Bulgarian State is one of the most complex unresol ...

Silva Zurleva

Born February 26, 1958 in Kyustendil, she graduated with a gold medal from the Sofia University, majoring in Bulgarian philology and Modern Greek language and literature. A PhD thesis on "The Sea in Contemporary Greek Poetry" begins. In the 80s s ...

Sissi

Sissi or Sisi may refer to: People Empress Elisabeth of Austria, known as "Sisi" or "Sissi"; spouse of Franz Joseph I of Austria Works about Sissi Sissi trilogy film with Romy Schneider Sissi – The Young Empress Sissi – Die junge Kaiserin 1956 Th ...

Pauline Mvele

Pauline Mvele is an actress, director and screenwriter from Burkina Faso. Mvele is known for producing documentaries, and currently lives in Gabon. Her documentaries focus on issues such as HIV/AIDS in Africa, and the mistreatment of widows and p ...

Chan Aye

Chan Aye is a Burmese sculptor, installation artist, painter, and writer.He is a prominent and outstanding Artist of Myanmar. He won Philip Morris Group of Companies Myanmar Art Awards 2001/2002 and The 2004 Sovereign Annual Contemporary Asia Art ...

Nati

Nati District a district of the Al Bayda Governorate, Yemen Punta Nati Lighthouse an active lighthouse on the Spanish island of Menorca Nati, village in Mongmit Township, Myanmar Informal name for Natitingou, Benin

War Nu

After graduating, she launched herself on an artistic career. Since then, she has developed a personal expression by mainly adopting painting and video as media. In 2004, she was held her first solo exhibition" Cloud Department” in Yangon and sho ...

Second Chance

"The Second Chance", a 2005 episode of The O.C. "Second Chance", an episode of Batman: The Animated Series "Second Chance" The Outer Limits, a 1964 episode of the original The Outer Limits

Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture

The Bellevue Program for Survivors of Torture was established in 1995 as joint project of Bellevue Hospital Center and the New York University School of Medicine to address the complex needs of torture survivors residing in the New York Metropoli ...

Victor Fotso

Victor Fotso was a Cameroonian politician. He was the founder of the Fotso Victor Foundation, which carries out charitable works in Cameroon and other Sub-Saharan African countries, particularly in the field of education.

Fon Angwafo III of Mankon

Fon Angwafo III of Mankon is a Cameroonian traditional ruler. He is the incumbent Fon of Mankon. He attended the Aggrey Memorial College Arochuku, in eastern Nigeria, from 1945 to 1950. He later studied at the University College Ibadan, Nigeria, ...

Muhammad Kudu Abubakar

Born in Ibadan and hails from Bida central Nigeria but grew up in Kano State. He had his education from 1957 to 1960 at Tudun Wada Primary School Kano and Kuka School Kano finished in 1964 then he returned to his home and had senior certificate i ...

Bintou Malloum

Malloum was born on 31 March 1946 in Torror, French Chad. Between 1993 and 2003, Malloum was Secretary of State, Secretary of Public Function, and Secretary of Labor. She also served thrice as Minister of Social Affairs and Family. In 1997, Mallo ...

AirDee

Edward Mohlomi Ramolula, known professionally as AirDee is a South African record producer, composer and an entrepreneur. He is the founder of his proprietorship AirDee Global Production under which he produces and publishes music for many of the ...

Guest

Guest or The Guest may refer to: The Guest TV series, 2018 South Korean television series The Guest 2017 film, Nigerian film Guest surname, people with the surname Guest The Guest 2014 American film, American thriller film directed by Adam Wingar ...

Hector Herrera Cajas

Hector Enrique Herrera Cajas was a Chilean historian whose specialty was Byzantinistics. Disciple of Greek historian Fotios Malleros, he is considerated by experts as the first Latin American Byzantinist. His works on History of Byzantium specifi ...