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 Category:Lists of aircraft - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
List of Luftwaffe aircraft prototype projects during World War II
List of NATO reporting names for miscellaneous aircraft
List of NATO reporting names for transport aircraft
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Category:Lists_of_aircraft   (168 words)

 frontline: war in europe: ethnic cleansing and atrocities in kosovo
Names, dates and details of specific events that could be used to identify them have been edited from these transcripts.
The extensive report details "a pattern of human rights and humanitarian law violations on a staggering scale, often committed with extreme and appalling violence." It includes a municipality-by-municipality accounting of atrocities and a picture gallery.
However, a Human Rights Watch report issued in February 2000, Civilian Deaths in the NATO Air Campaign, concludes that at least 500 Yugoslav civilians died in ninety separate incidents during the 78 day bombing campaign.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/kosovo/cleansing   (764 words)

 September 2004 News Monitor - Prevent Genocide International
Another accusation in the report which the bishops disputed is that "the Church is the promoter of an ideology of poverty and works to keep the population poor." "Whoever says this ignores completely the role the Catholic Church has played and continues to play to improve the population's conditions of life," they respond.
The report was issued as the UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Jan Egeland, said in an interview on the BBC Hard Talk programme that the Sudanese government had not done enough to improve the security situation in Darfur.
On the reported UN plan to have a permanent peacekeeping force in Darfur, the minister said that the matter has to be discussed between the Khartoum government and the African Union.
www.preventgenocide.org /prevent/news-monitor/2004sept.htm   (18850 words)

 Belmont Club: April 2004
The enemy is not a "freedom fighter" or an "Iraqi nationalist", still less the romantic Islamist with flowing robes, just a plain thug, encrusted with the brutality and corruption of hundreds of years of Arab culture.
Although reported by the press as mere incidents, disconnected ambushes or random minings, over 80 US soldiers have died in what amounts to a widespread campaign of operations across the entire middle of the Land Between the Rivers.
Bruguière's report names former rebel leader and current Rwandan president Paul Kagamé is the main organizer of the attack and puts him at the top of a list of high-ranking rebel accomplices, members of the Rwandan Patriotic Front (FPR).
belmontclub.blogspot.com /2004_04_01_belmontclub_archive.html   (16607 words)

 World Policy Institute - Research Projects
NATO is in the spotlight these days- what with fighting a war, turning 50, and opening its doors to three new members all at the same time.
The lobbying effort to expand NATO was spearheaded by Bruce Jackson, Director of Strategic Planning for Lockheed Martin, who claimed he lobbies as a hobby.
The U.S. Committee to Expand NATO was made up of a group of business and political leaders which claimed to be bi-partisan, but included members of Bob Dole's presidential campaign staff, and set up shop in the offices of the American Enterprise Institute.
www.worldpolicy.org /projects/arms/updates/april20.html   (1426 words)

 NucNews - September 7, 2001
The report suggests that the new analysis, to be conducted by the EU, consider closing the plant.
The report also calls for an international forum to evaluate the price-tag for closing the plant, suggesting it may be possible to hold a donors' conference to help the Czech Republic meet the costs.
The official report on Positive Match said the men and women of the armed forces were subject to "a high level of moderate risk" in carrying out the new strategy, which was acceptable to the commanders.
nucnews.net /nucnews/2001nn/0109nn/010907nn.htm   (20013 words)

ENGAGED (FIGHTER) - Indicates the fighter or element is maneuvering to attain or deny weapons release parameters or is in the visual arena maneuvering in relation to the targetWC stops providing specific target information and continues with situation awareness information.
HOUND DOG - Call made by supporting fighter or a wingman indicating he has visual, tally, and a clear path to the bandit and is in an advantageous position to engage.
Normally given by supporting fighter in response to engaged fighter's statement of intentions and means he is in a position to attack should the engaged fighter's position deteriorate.
www.fortunecity.com /underworld/straif/85/id131_a.htm   (9310 words)

 Timeline Part XIV
September 21, 2001: A secret report to NATO allies says that the US is keen to hear allied views on "post-Taliban Afghanistan after the liberation of the country." However, at the time, the US is claiming it has no intentions to overthrow the Taliban.
She reports 4 hijackers, not the official 5, and the seat numbers she gave do not correspond with the ones in the official versions.
September 24, 2001: A Fox News TV report claims that up to 12 other Middle Eastern men dressed in pilot uniforms were on other flights scheduled to take off on the morning of 9/11.
www.geocities.com /spdster2003/timeline14.html   (4125 words)

NATO's latest official tally was 2,135 weapons and 162,990 rounds of ammunition but this did not include "a large number" of arms handed in at a collection depot in the northern, guerrilla-dominated hills on Wednesday.
The current NATO mission in Macedonia, called Operation Essential Harvest, entered its third week today, with ethnic Albanian insurgents arriving in trucks and cars to turn in their weapons at a depot in the mountain village of Brodec, near the border with Kosovo, an ethnic Albanian majority province of Serbia in Yugoslavia.
NATO's assumption is that the troops will be operating in a "permissive environment," one in which nobody is shooting at them or trying to prevent them from doing their job.
www.alb-net.com /amcc/newspronews/arc2.html   (20509 words)

 Prophecy Club September and October Newsletter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
The report is expected to call for cutting the civilian head counts by 75,000 to 90,000 and the reserves by about 60,000.
One particularly noteworthy aspect of this observer's report is that he had called both Prescott Airport, and Luke AFB to report the sighting.
She did not remember the name of the agency, and proof of the existence of "men in fl" is as elusive as that of UFOs themselves.
www.fortunecity.com /victorian/statue/86/proclubsepoctnews.htm   (15560 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
In fact it is likely that by 2003, there will be a US or NATO military presence in at least eight or nine of the fifteen former Soviet republics-four or all five of the Central Asian "stans," Georgia and the Baltic states of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.
The list of people invited to be present when the address is delivered is so long this year that the presidential administration faces an unpleasant choice: either it refrains from inviting regional leaders, or has to find a conference hall large enough to accommodate everyone.
In fact, the list may actually include in his stead some other ambitious general or governor - this is a traditional spice of presidential races in Russia, something as fundamental as salt on the table.
www.cdi.org /russia/johnson/6161.txt   (10124 words)

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Thomas is named as the defendant in the suit because he oversees county jail facilities.
The name of the man who made the telephone call as he drove through the rugged landscapes of northern Iraq towards the borders with Syria and Turkey has not been revealed.
As reported by Arutz-7's Israel National News, the Shinui party?s Avraham Poraz told Israel Radio this morning that families should not have more than four children unless they have the means to support them.
brothersjudd.blogspot.com /2003_02_02_brothersjudd_archive.html   (15231 words)

 Institute for War and Peace Reporting   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
He reported that he did not see any human rights violations personally, but that two of his subordinates reported atrocities.
Although Karremans said he immediately reported this to his superiors, he admitted he did not mention either incident to Mladic directly.
She complained, in particular, about the existence of “clear duplicates” — where the same person’s name was listed more than once.
www.iwpr.net /index.pl?archive/tri/tri_364_1_eng.txt   (1382 words)

 Yorkshire UK UFO 'Crash'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
As the first news reporter to arrive at the scene of the so-called "crash" on the morning of March 25, 1997, and the principal investigator I believe clarification is necessary, lest readers of UFO updates be under the impression that BUFORA supports the nonsense being put forward as fact about this case.
Claims that a UFO was present and tracked on radar, that Tornado fighters were scrambled to chase this UFO, that a fighter was shot down and its pilots killed, their bodies secretly removed from a reservoir, etc are totally untrue, and are a gross fabrication which could lead to uneccessary anguish among service families.
To ask the Secretary of State what reported sightings of UFOs were received from the public and police from South Yorkshire and Derbyshire on march 24 and 25, 1997.
www.virtuallystrange.net /ufo/updates/1998/apr/m04-015.shtml   (1414 words)

 Russia's new fighter: 'a matter of life or death' - Jane's Business   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Frozen out of most of the world's civil aircraft market, Russia retains an unquestioned presence only in fighters and helicopters, which means that developing a new generation of fighters is critical to the survival of the Russian aerospace industry, Russian officials say.
Currently, Russia is exporting aircraft to a number of countries such as the Sukhoi Su-27 and Su-30 (NATO reporting names: 'Flanker') to China and India.
The planned Russian fifth-generation fighter is to be called the PAK FA after the Russian Perspektivnyi Aviatsionnyi Kompleks Frontovoi Aviatsyi, or Future Air Complex for Tactical Air Forces (Jane's Defence Weekly 23 May).
www.janes.com /business/news/jdw/jdw010626_2_n.shtml   (628 words)

 Re: 'Similarities' between Belgian UFO & Vulcan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
(But, I could be wrong.) It may be possible that "some" of the reports may possibly have been related to what you say but other eyewitness descriptions seem to refute this when examining the "core" cases.
"On the night of March 30th, one of the callers reporting a UFO was a Captain of the national police at Pinson, and [Belgian Air Force] Headquarters decided to make a serious effort to verify the reports.
One RADAR is at Glons, southeast of Brussels, which is part of the NATO defense group, and one at Semmerzake, west of the Capitol, which controls the military and civilian traffic of the entire Belgian territory.
www.virtuallystrange.net /ufo/updates/1997/mar/m27-013.shtml   (1048 words)

 Reality Macedonia : How It Looks From America: Macedonia In 2001 And Beyond (2)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
CNN's reporting on the early stages of the war (March 2001).
Important details ommited: the victim, an ethnic Albanian citizen of Republic of Macedonia, was killed by those who shoot at the city from the hills - the Albanian terrorists.
Furthermore, Macedonian policy has seemed self-contradictory- for example, in the praising of NATO action in Kosovo, while at the same time criticizing NATO’s work in Macedonia.
www.realitymacedonia.org.mk /web/news_page.asp?nid=1127   (1545 words)

 ICH Daily September7-11 2004
Turkey urged its NATO ally the United States on Friday to halt a drive against fighters in the northern Iraqi town of Tal Afar, saying many of its ethnic Turkmen kin were also being killed.
Costa Rica's Constitutional Court has ruled that the country's name cannot be included by the United States as part of a “coalition” in the Iraq conflict, and Costa Rican officials are demanding their country be stricken from the list.
Aljazeera reported that dozens of Iraqi civilians were among those wounded and killed in the latest air strike.
www.williambowles.info /ich/ich-0904-2.html   (6433 words)

 Sense Tribunal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Although Naser Oric isn’t charged with the deaths of those killed during attacks by his forces, the prosecution claims the victims were civilians, while the defense is trying to prove that the majority of the casualties were fighters from the VRS Bratunac Brigade killed in action.
He is charged with the \"plunder of property and cattle of Bosnian Serbs and for the unlawful destruction of property and houses.
Showing the witness a \"list of the VRS Bratunac Brigade fighters killed between 1992 and 1996,\" the defense put it to the witness during cross-examination that the majority of the casualties were in fact VRS soldiers who had been killed in action.
www.sense-agency.com /portal/english/printnews.php?pid=5812   (500 words)

 BPR Mailing List Digest: 01/09/01
There were no reported injuries to IDF forces that returned fire.
simply be the names of the sons who carry on the story line.
particular person named could be the first son or the 10th or the 100th.
philologos.org /bprdigests/2001/jan/010901.htm   (13528 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA Acronyms Abbreviations and Terms The FAAT List is not designed to be an authoritative source, merely a handy reference.
Entries known to be obsolete are included because they may still appear in extant publications and correspondence.
This term is also used to refer to the E-Gov agenda item in the President's Management Agenda (PMA), Presidential Priority E-Gov initiatives, and the E-Gov focus areas referenced in the FY 2004 President's Budget.
www.fema.gov /txt/preparedness/faatlist03_05.txt   (80 words)

In 15 some different reports, it is mentioned that the number of victims went as
5 of your report you are referring to a conversation with Mr.
17 that this report was prepared prior to the adoption of the resolution was
www.un.org /icty/transe29/030212IT.htm   (16196 words)

 GD Hardware - The site for Geeks, tweakers, modders and PC Hardware lovers
The Top 20 list from the Candy-Ass Gamer editorial here had one that really made me laugh.
Already named ‘Best Action Game of E3 2005’ by the E3 Critics, F.E.A.R. has been called ‘Vivendi’s classic-in-the-making’ and ‘the PC’s top shooter’ by PC Gamer (September 2005) who also gave the title 92% and the ‘Editors Choice’ award.
Product names, graphics, photos or company names that appear within this site are or may be trademarks or registered trademarks and are the property of their respective holders.
www.gdhardware.com   (4734 words)

 Mary Schneider   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
The FBI named him in a global anti-terrorism alert, warning that he was suspected of planning attacks in the United States.
In Germany, two Moroccans are facing trial on charges of helping to carry out the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks in the United States, and warrants in the case have been issued for two other people of Moroccan descent.
Saudi Arabia's list of most-wanted terrorism suspects also names two Moroccans, the only ones from outside the Arabian Peninsula.
www.maryschneider.us   (3634 words)

 Russia's new fighter: 'a matter of life or death' - Jane's Europe News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Russia's new fighter: 'a matter of life or death' - Jane's Europe News
Italian Navys air command plots flight path to renewal
Janes editor flies with top USAF test squadrons
www.janes.com /regional_news/europe/news/jdw/jdw010626_2_n.shtml   (683 words)

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