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2020 in Malaysia

Yang di-Pertuan Agong: Al-Sultan Abdullah of Pahang Deputy Yang di-Pertuan Agong: Sultan Nazrin Shah of Perak Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad until 24 Feb; interim from 24 Feb to 1 Mar Raja Permaisuri Agong: Tunku Azizah of Pahang Prime Minister Tan Sri ...

                                               

Sex trafficking in Malaysia

Sex trafficking in Malaysia is human trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation and slavery that occurs in Malaysia. Malaysia is a country of origin, destination and transit for sex trafficking. Sex trafficking victims in the country are ...

                                               

Union der Bergarbeiter

Union der Bergarbeiter in der CSR, initially known as Union der Bergarbeiter Osterreichs, was a miners trade union of miners in Austria and the First Czechoslovak Republic 1903-1938. Initially a multi-ethnic union in Habsburg Austria, it was divi ...

                                               

Mission Rogers

Mission Rogers was a World War II Special Operations Executive medical and military expedition to Yugoslav Partisans in Dalmatia, western Bosnia and Slovenia. The group was led by Major Lindsay Rogers and included Sergeant William Gillanders RAMC ...

                                               

Pavel Kutaisov

Count Pavel Ivanovich Kutaisov - was a Russian Imperial Chamberlain and Steward. He also served as Chairman of the Imperial Society for the Encouragement of the Arts and was a member of the State Council.

                                               

National edeposit

National edeposit is a collaboration between Australias nine national, state and territory libraries which provides for the legal deposit, management, storage and preservation of, and access to, published electronic material across Australia. It ...

                                               

Chief of Staff to the President (Nigeria)

The Chief of Staff to the President is the senior operational member of the Office of the President of Nigeria. The Chief of Staff is the principal channel of communication between the president and the government. They also have responsibility f ...

                                               

Nasir Adhama

Nasir Adhama in Kano, Nigeria, is a Nigerian politician and youth activist who currently serves as a Senior Special Assistant to Nigerias President Muhammadu Buhari on Youth and Student affairs.

                                               

Ministry of Power, Works and Housing (Nigeria)

Ministry of Power, Works and Housing is an arm of the Federal government of Nigeria with a responsibilities of providing social amenities such as Power over Ethernet across the country. The Ministry in discharging this mandate is guided by the pr ...

                                               

Journal of Public Policy Studies

Journal of Public Policy Studies (Polish: Studia z Polityki Publicznej – a quarterly magazine, the only scientific journal in Poland focused on the public policy science issues. Founded in 2014 at the Collegium of Socio-Economics of the SGH Warsa ...

                                               

Cheong Weng Chon

Andre Cheong Weng Chon, is the Secretary for Administration and Justice, the second most senior government official in Macau.

                                               

Informal housing

Informal housing or informal settlement can include any form of housing, shelter, or settlement which is illegal, falls outside of government control or regulation, or is not afforded protection by the state. As such, the informal housing-industr ...

                                               

Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage (Western Australia)

The Department of Planning, Lands & Heritage is the department of the Government of Western Australia responsible for planning and managing all land use and heritage considerations within the state. The Department was formed in 28 April 2017 as a ...

                                               

Executive Council

Executive Council of New Hampshire, an executive body of the US state of New Hampshire Executive Council of the African Union, a council of ministers designated by the governments of member countries Federal Executive Council Nigeria Executive Co ...

                                               

Executive Council of Ekiti State

The Ekiti State Executive Council is the highest formal governmental body that plays important roles in the Government of Ekiti State headed by the Governor of Ekiti State. It consists of the Deputy Governor of Ekiti State, Secretary to the State ...

                                               

Executive Council of Ondo State

The Ondo State Executive Council is the highest formal governmental body that plays important roles in the Government of Ondo State headed by the Governor of Ondo State. It consists of the Deputy Governor, Secretary to the State Government, Chief ...

                                               

Executive Committee

An executive committee is a committee with executive powers. Executive Committee may also refer to: Politburo, or political bureau, the executive committee for communist parties EXCOMM, the Executive Committee of the National Security Council, Ke ...

                                               

National Executive of the Bharatiya Janata Party

The National Executive Committee of Bharatiya Janata Party is the presidium or the central decision-making assembly of the Bharatiya Janata Party setting the overall strategic direction of the party and policy development. It is composed of membe ...

                                               

Chief Executive Member of the Bodoland Territorial Council

This is a list of Chief Executive Members of the Bodoland Territorial Council is the leader of the Bodoland Territorial Council, the autonomous district council for the Bodoland Territorial Region in the Indian state of Assam. The Chief Executive ...

                                               

The Governor of Imo State

The Governor of Imo State is an elective political position. Hes one of the governors of the thirty-six states in Nigeria. The governor of Imo State is the chief executive officer of Imo state and its executive branch with the assistance of the D ...

                                               

Chip

Potato chip, a thin slice of potato that has been deep fried or baked until crunchy, called a "crisp" in some countries, such as the UK Chip snack type, thin sliced food, cooked until crunchy Chocolate chip, small chunk of sweetened chocolate Fre ...

                                               

North Winship

North Winship was a Career Foreign Service Officer who served first as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to South Africa, starting in 1948 before being promoted to Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary on March 23, 1949. Win ...

                                               

List of Santana live performances (1960s–1970s)

Santana is an American rock band, formed in 1966 by the Mexican American guitarist Carlos Santana, which has performed for five decades. The groups first concert tours were North America, with performances in Europe, where they performed at small ...

                                               

Seal of Charlotte, North Carolina

The seal of Charlotte was first established during the tenure of mayor Charles A. Bland, and was designed over a period stretching from 1911 to 1915. It was adopted on the citys first flag in 1929, which still remains in use today. This seal itse ...

                                               

University of the West Indies at Five Islands

The University of the West Indies at Five Islands is a public research university in Five Islands, Antigua and Barbuda. It is the newest of 5 general campuses in the University of the West Indies system.

                                               

Evan Murray-Macgregor

Major-General Sir Evan John Murray-Macgregor of Macgregor, 2nd Baronet, was a Scottish colonial administrator and senior British army officer. Murrays father was a baronet and chief of Clan Gregor; the family had a military tradition, which Murra ...

                                               

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Peasants

The Declaration on the Rights of Peasants, officially United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Peasants and Other People Working in Rural Areas, is an UNGA resolution on Human rights with "universal understanding", adopted by the United Nation ...

                                               

Kado

Forest in Kannada Ikebana Kadu people KADO-CD, a low-power television station channel 36, virtual 40 licensed to serve Shreveport, Louisiana, United States Kado or Ka-do, an island in North Korea Kado, Togo Kado, Kalewa, Burma The Japanese way of ...

                                               

Foreign trade of Benin

Benin serves as a delivery corridor for West Africa reaching more than 100 million people in the landlocked countries of Niger, Mali, Burkina Faso, Chad, and the northern states of Nigeria. Goods landed in Cotonou get placed on trucks first headi ...

                                               

Agroecology in West Africa

There have been movements that expands the practices of Agroecology in West Africa. Agroecology is a scientific discipline, movement and practice that integrates ecology in agriculture with strong emphasis on diversification, food sovereignty, en ...

                                               

Sonja Steffen

Sonja Steffen is a German lawyer and politician of the Social Democratic Party who has been serving as a member of the Bundestag from the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern since 2009.

                                               

Abortion in Thailand

Abortion in Thailand is discouraged by law, but is not banned outright if specific criteria are met. Once strict laws have, over time, eased to take into account high rates of teen pregnancy, women who lack the means or will to raise children, an ...

                                               

State

The State 2017 TV series, a four-part drama about British Muslims joining Islamic State in Syria The States TV series, a documentary series on the United States The State 1993 TV series, an American sketch-comedy series

                                               

Sanitation worker

A sanitation worker is a person responsible for cleaning, maintaining, operating, or emptying the equipment or technology at any step of the sanitation chain. This is the definition used in the narrower sense within the WASH sector. More broadly ...

                                               

BruchstraSe

The BruchstraSe is a cobbled street in Braunschweig, Lower Saxony, Germany. The street has many historic half-timbered houses and is the centre of the citys red light district and has a number of "windows". There are iron gates at both ends of th ...

                                               

Growth

Growth hormone, a peptide hormone that stimulates growth Human development biology Secondary growth, growth that thickens woody plants Bacterial growth Auxology, the study of all aspects of human physical growth Cell growth

                                               

Directorate of Health

The Directorate of Health is an Icelandic government agency which principal role is to promote high-quality and safe health care for the people of Iceland, health promotion, and effective disease prevention measures.

                                               

Leon Koen

Leon Koen was born to a Sephardic family of merchants Aaron and mother Sarah, in Belgrade, Principality of Serbia. In 1884, he enrolled in a preparatory course at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts, and the following year he received a state scholar ...

                                               

Vermont Department of Health

The Vermont Department of Health is state department responsible for the health of Vermont in the United States. It is a sub-division of the Vermont Agency of Human Services. As of March 2017, the Department of Health is led by Mark Levine, MD. D ...

                                               

Far Eastern University Institute of Arts and Sciences

The Institute of Arts and Sciences is one of the universitys department that offers academic programs for the college students. The school offer humanities and the empirical sciences programs. The Institute envisions globally competitive graduate ...

                                               

Government of Ali Amini

Ali Amini was appointed to rule by decree as the Prime Minister of Iran on 5 May 1961, succeeding Jafar Sharif-Emami. His cabinet was approved on 9 May 1961.

                                               

PPP

Potter Puppet Pals, a web series created by Neil Cicierega Pista ng Pelikulang Pilipino, a Philippine film festival ppp, a dynamic marking in music for pianississimo Preston is My Paris, a multidisciplinary arts project PPPasolini, a 2015 drama b ...

                                               

Religion and negotiations

Trust building is the most influential factor in negotiating between two sides. The stronger this factor appears, the greater the chance will be for negotiators to cooperate. Studies have suggested that religious backgrounds can have a direct imp ...

                                               

Partners in Crime

Partners in Crime Hinojosa novel, a 1985 novel by Rolando Hinojosa Partners in Crime short story collection, 1929 collection of mystery stories by Agatha Christie Partners in Crime Hinton novel, 2003 novel by Nigel Hinton

                                               

True Crime

True crime is a genre of non-fiction books, magazines, websites, films, TV shows, and podcasts. True Crime may also refer to: True Crime: New York City, a 2005 video game sequel to Streets of LA True Crime 1999 film, a 1999 movie starring and dir ...

                                               

Crime of passion (disambiguation)

A crime of passion refers to violence, especially murder, that the perpetrator commits because of sudden strong impulse. Crime of passion or crimes of passion may also refer to:

                                               

Scene of the Crime

Scene of the Crime 1949 film, starring Van Johnson Scene of the Crime 1996 film, also known as Ladykiller Scene of the Crime 1986 film, a French film directed by Andre Techine Scenes of the Crime, a 2001 film directed by Dominique Forma

                                               

Perfect crime (disambiguation)

Perfect crime is a crime committed with sufficient planning and skill that no evidence is apparent, and the culprit cannot be traced. Perfect crime or perfect crimes may also refer to:

                                               

Crime Wave

Crime Wave may refer to: CrimeWave, a video game developed by Eidos Interactive Crime Wave 1954 film, film starring Sterling Hayden Crimewave, a 1985 film by Sam Raimi An increase in crime - or perception of an increase in crime - in a particular ...

                                               

Crime of the Century

Crime of the century is a popular idiom to describe sensational criminal cases. Crime of the Century may also refer to: The Crime of the Century 1933 film, directed by William Beaudine "The Crime of the Century", a song from the musical Ragtime C ...