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  • The World Factbook (1982) by the Central Intelligence Agency Tanzania 2028786The World Factbook (1982) — Tanzaniaby the Central Intelligence Agency
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  • Northern Rhodesia (see ZAMBIA)   —O—     —P—   Pemba (see TANZANIA) Portuguese Guinea (see GUINEA-BISSAU) Portuguese Timor (see
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  • that took place on 7 August 1998 in Nairobi, Kenya and Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, Condemning such acts which have a damaging effect on international relations
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  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 170 by the United Nations 117505United Nations Security Council Resolution 170by the United Nations Adopted
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  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 184 by the United Nations 123238United Nations Security Council Resolution 184by the United Nations Adopted
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  • CIA World Fact Book, 2004 Tanzania 8142CIA World Fact Book, 2004 — Tanzania                 This page was last updated on 1 January 2003 This is
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  • Salaam, Tanzania and Nairobi, Kenya. c. The detainee purchased the vehicle used to bomb the United States embassy in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The detainee
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  • Suriname Svalbard Swaziland Sweden Switzerland Syria Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Togo Tokelau Tonga Trinidad and Tobago Tromelin Island Tunisia
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  • Congo) Ms. Engera A. Kileo (United Republic of Tanzania) Ms. Nathalia P. Kimaro (United Republic of Tanzania) Ms. Agnieszka Klonowiecka-Milart (Poland) Ms
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  • 297 Sweden 299 Switzerland 300 Syria 302 T Taiwan entry follows Zimbabwe Tanzania 304 Thailand 305 Togo 307 Tokelau 309 Tonga 310 Trinidad and Tobago 311
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  • See also Tanga, Tanzania on Wikipedia; and our 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica disclaimer.
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  • between the United Nations and the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania acceptable to the Council, Arusha be determined as the seat of the International
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  • (formerly Ceylon) 1948 Swaziland 1968 United Republic of Tanzania (formerly Tanganyika) 1961 (became Tanzania in 1964 upon union with Zanzibar) Tonga (or Friendly
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  • Ramaroson (Madagascar) – Mr. William Hussein Sekule (United Republic of Tanzania) 3. Decides to extend the term of office of the following ad litem judges
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  • Arusha Declaration (category Tanzania)
    one time cannot provide with an opportunity to work for their living. Tanzania is a nation of peasants but is not yet a socialist society. It still contains
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  • Jai Ram Reddy (Fiji); Mr. William Hussein Sekule (United Republic of Tanzania); Ms. Andrésa Vaz (Senegal); Ms. Inés Mónica Weinberg de Roca (Argentina)
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  • (United Kingdom); Mr. Joseph Edward Chiondo Masanche (United Republic of Tanzania); Mr. Tan Sri Dato’ Hj. Mohd. Azmi Dato’ Hj. Kamaruddin (Malaysia); Mr
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  • RAZAFINDRALAMBO (Madagascar) Mr. William H. SEKULE (United Republic of Tanzania) Ms. Anne Marie STOLTZ (Norway) Mr. Jiři TOMAN (Czech Republic/Switzerland)
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  • Mr. Jai Ram Reddy (Fiji) Mr. William Hussoin Sekule (United Republic of Tanzania) Mr. Emile Francis Short (Ghana) Mr. Francis M. Ssekandi (Uganda) Mr. Cheick
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  • for the light which they shed on the holding of meetings in Kenya and Tanzania. Each story is surrounded by a large amount of pedagogical apparatus, part
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