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Joseph Kwadwo Ofori

Joseph Kwadwo Ofori is a former Ghanaian politician and member of the Sixth Parliament of the Fourth Republic of Ghana representing the Akan Constituency in the Volta region of Ghana as an independent.

Howard Bane

Howard Thomas Bane was an American Central Intelligence Agency officer. He started his career with the United States Department of the Army, running an operation to recover downed airmen during the Korean War. He transferred to the CIA and worked ...

G0

Conductance "quantum of conductance", notated G 0 Geometric continuity, notated G 0 Group 0, an alternate name for Group 18 of the Periodic table – the Noble gases G0 star, a subclass of G-class stars G0, a hypothetical group in the Periodic tabl ...

MEST

MEST or Mest may refer to: As an initialism: Message Exchange State Transfer, a protocol in service-oriented architecture Middle European Summer Time, obsolete variant name of the Central European Summer Time, a time offset MEST Scientology, used ...

VRA

VRA may refer to: In government: Voting Rights Act of 1965, a piece of federal legislation in the United States Video Recordings Act 1984, a piece of United Kingdom legislation Veterans Recruitment Appointment, a special authority created by Exec ...

Ahmed Bening

Ahmed Bening is a Ghanaian youth and a social commentator.He was elected as the Deputy Secretary General of the Pan African Youth Union in 2018 at the 5th Ordinary Congress of the Pan Africa Union in Khartoum,Sudan.

2020 in African music

March 18 - Kenneth Kafui, age unknown, Ghanaian composer February 15 - Prince Kudakwashe Musarurwa, 31, Zimbabwean Afro Jazz singer, songwriter, producer and musician April 14 January 19 - Allah Therese, age unknown, Ivorian traditional singer Ma ...

Bureau of Immigration Bicutan Detention Center

The Bureau of Immigration Bicutan Detention Center is the principal immigration detention center administered by the Bureau of Immigration of the Philippines. Located inside Camp Bagong Diwa, in Lower Bicutan, Taguig, the facility is known intern ...

Gnomon (novel)

Gnomon is a 2017 science fiction novel by British author Nick Harkaway. The book deals with a state that exerts ubiquitous surveillance on its population. A detective investigates a murder through unconventional methods that leads to questions ab ...

Gabriel Fortune

Jean Gabriel Fortune is mayor of Les Cayes and a former senator in Haiti. He is also a National Palace advisor and departmental delegate. In 2019, he delivered the offer of a conditional resignation by Haitis president, Jovenel Moïse. In 1995, he ...

Tarcisio Gomes de Freitas

Tarcisio Gomes de Freitas is a Brazilian engineer and military. He is the current Minister of Infrastructure of Jair Bolsonaro administration, being nominated in 27 November 2018.

Fortaleza de San Fernando

The Fortaleza de San Fernando is a colonial-era Spanish fortress in Omoa, Honduras. Built between 1756 and 1775, the fortress guarded Spanish interests in the-then Captaincy General of Guatemala before being seized by the Honduran government in 1 ...

Tigre

Le Tigre album Le Tigre, an American rock band El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera, a Nickelodeon animated TV series El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera video game Il Tigre, internationally released as The Tiger and the Pussycat, a 1967 ...

Benson (1794 ship)

Benson was launched in 1794 in Liverpool as a West Indiaman. She sailed under a letter of marque and in December 1798 engaged in a notable single-ship action in which she repelled an attack by a French naval corvette of superior force. Benson was ...

Andrew J. Gilmour

Andrew Gilmour is CEO of the Berghof Foundation. He was formerly United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights, until 2019, and also served as Director for Political, Peacekeeping, Humanitarian and Human Rights affairs in the Execut ...

Anglo-Spanish War (1779–1783)

The Anglo-Spanish War was a military conflict fought between Great Britain and Spain between 1779 and 1783. The war officially started on May 8, 1779, with a formal declaration of war as an ally of France pursuant to the secret Treaty of Aranjuez ...

Arizona (disambiguation)

793 Arizona, an asteroid Arizona, Atlantida, Honduras, a municipality Arizona, Nebraska, United States, an unincorporated community Arizona, San Luis, Argentina Arizona, Louisiana, United States, an unincorporated community Arizona City, Arizona, ...

Guenther Reinhardt

Guenther Reinhardt was a German-born American writer and investigator, best known for his book Crime Without Punishment: The Secret Soviet Terror Against America.

Democracy Manifest

Democracy Manifest is a 1990 Australian news segment video by reporter Chris Reason. It is "one of Australias most viral videos", according to Sportsbet. The Guardian called it "perhaps the pre-eminent Australian meme of the past 10 years". YouTu ...

Priyanath Mukhopadhyay

Priyanath Mukhopadhyay was a Bengali writer and policeman in Calcutta. He is considered a pioneer in the field of detective fiction in Bengali literature.

Signature (disambiguation)

A signature is a hand-written, possibly stylized, version of someones name, which may be used to confirm the persons identity. The writer of a signature is a signatory or signer. Signature or signatory may also refer to:

Wilmer Calderon

Wilmer Calderon is a Puerto Rican-born American actor of film and television. He is best known for his role as Diego in the Amazon Prime television series Borderline, Detective Daniel Arias in the police drama series Bosch and as Ricky in the FX ...

Asef Razmdideh

Asef Razmdideh was an Iranian communist politician and trade unionist. He served as the general-secretary of the Consultative Committee for the creation of the General Union of Iranian Workers as of 1979, and was a member of the central committee ...

List of Marvel Comics publications (B–C)

Marvel Comics is an American comic book company dating to 1961. This is a list of the publications it has released in its history under the "Marvel Comics" imprint. The list does not include collected editions; trade paperbacks; digital comics; f ...

Italian Immigrants in Prohibition media

Italian Immigrants in Prohibition media refers to the public perception of Italian Americans from 1920 to 1933, when the Eighteenth Amendment was in force. Anti-Italian sentiment was prevalent in the United States before Prohibition, as seen in t ...

John Earl Jelks

John Earl Jelks is an American actor. Working extensively in theatre, Jelks is also known for screen roles, including in films such as Compensation, Miracle at St. Anna, Enter the Dangerous Mind, Night Comes On, and television series such as True ...

Dervla McTiernan

Dervla McTiernan was born c.1977 in County Cork, growing up initially in Carrigaline and Douglas before her fathers work in the bank took her to Dublin, aged six, and then Limerick. She came from a family of seven. McTiernan studied corporate law ...

List of fatal dog attacks

List of fatal dog attacks is a list of human deaths caused by dogs, worldwide. For information on causes of death and studies related to dog bite related fatalities, see Fatal dog attacks.

Disappearance of William Maughan and Anna Varslavane

William "Willie" Maughan was originally from Tallaght. He was 5 ft 8 in 173 cm tall, with a shaven head and green eyes. He was 34. Anastasija "Anna" Varslavane was originally from Latvia but had lived in Ireland for several years. She was 5 ft 6 ...

Death of Benny Whitehouse

Bennie Whitehouse was a 35 year old Irishman who was shot dead in Balbriggan as part of a suspected criminal feud. Whitehouse and his partner had dropped their children off at school when their car, parked on Clonard Street, was approached by a g ...

Lothar Hermann

Lothar Hermann was a German Jew and concentration camp survivor who contributed to the identification and arrest of Adolf Eichmann, one of the major organizers of the Holocaust.

Weightlifting at the 1972 Summer Olympics – Mens 56 kg

The favorites in the event were the same lifters that made up the first four places at the 1968 Summer Olympics. The snatch was won by Koji Miki of Japan with a lift of 112.5 kg. But in an out-of-competition attempt to break the world record, he ...

Menachem

Menachem Fisch, Israeli philosopher Menachem Begin 1913–1992, 6th Prime Minister of Israel Menachem Magidor born 1946, Israeli mathematician; President of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Menachem or Manahen or Manaen, a teacher of the early Ch ...

Black panther (disambiguation)

Black Panther Kasper Cole or White Tiger, a character appearing in Marvel Comics Black Panther comics, a fictional superhero appearing in Marvel Comics Black Panther video game, a 1987 platform arcade game released by Konami

Brothers keeper

Brothers Keeper 1992 film, an American documentary film Brothers Keeper, a 2013 film featuring Michael Rooker Brothers Keeper 2014 film, a Nigerian film directed by Ikechukwu Onyeka Brothers Keeper 2002 film, an American television film directed ...

Trieste (Rome)

Trieste is the 17th quarter of Rome, identified by the initials Q. XVII. The toponym also indicates the Urban Zone 2E of the Municipio II of Rome. The eastern area of the quarter is known as the African Quarter, due to the presence of odonyms rel ...

Fedele Confalonieri

Fedele Confalonieri is an Italian manager, current president of Mediaset and, since 2017, president of the Venerable Factory of the Duomo of Milan.

Birmingham bathing cult

The Birmingham bathing cult was an offshoot of a Christian church, based in Birmingham, England, that committed serious sexual offences against children for over 20 years. Its leader Michael Oluronbi gave children "holy baths" as cover for the ab ...

Blackmail (play)

Blackmail is a 1928 thriller play by the British writer Charles Bennett. In Chelsea, an artists model kills an artist when he attempts to assault her. It ran for 38 performances at the Globe Theatre in Londons West End. Ddirected by Raymond Masse ...

Most Wanted

A most wanted list used by a law enforcement agency to alert the public, such as: FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List of Most Wanted Nazi War Criminals according to the Simon Wiesenthal Center Saudi list of most wanted suspected terrorists FBI Mos ...

Sokichi Furuya

Sokichi Furuya was a Japanese serial killer, who in the span between October 30 and December 12, 1965, murdered eight elderly people in a robbery-murder spree. Hes also suspected of being responsible for four other murders, two of them occurring ...

Ryuun Daimai

Ryuun Daimai was a Japanese serial killer and rapist, active during the Taishō era. Since many of his victims were bhikkhunī, the media nicknamed him The Nun Slayer.

Hustle

Hustle, an early name for the Snake video game The Hustle: Detroit Streets, a 2006 Activision video game for the Xbox and PlayStation

Pulse (disambiguation)

Pulse physics, a single and abrupt emission of particles or radiation Pulse physics the difference in momentum of a moving object to its complete stopping Pulse signal processing, a rapid and transient change from a baseline value, followed by a ...

Taw (disambiguation)

Taw or TAW may refer to: the shooter marble in a game of marbles Tai Wai Station, Hong Kong Mass Transit Railway station code TAW Tawing with alum, a method of producing white leather Total available water in soil for crops Taw number, the collec ...

Valeriy Andreev

Valeriy Nikolayevich Andreev, known as The Orsk Maniac, is a Russian serial killer and rapist responsible for the abductions, rapes and killings of various girls and women in the Orenburg Oblast from 2006 to 2012. Investigators have conclusively ...

React (The Pussycat Dolls song)

React is a song performed by American girl group The Pussycat Dolls and was released by Access Records on February 7, 2020. It is the groups first song in over a decade, the last being 2009s "Hush Hush; Hush Hush", and is their first independent ...

Vathaire affair

The Vathaire affair was a French politico-financial scandal of the 1970s, during the seven-year term of French President Valery Giscard dEstaing. In 1976, Herve de Vathaire, an employee of the Dassault Group withdrew eight million francs from the ...

Insult (legal)

Insult is the infringement of another humans honor by whatsoever means of expression, in particular an offensive statement or gesture communicated, and is a crime in some countries. The distinction between insult and defamation is that, from a fo ...

2020 Chernobyl Exclusion Zone wildfires

The 2020 Chernobyl Exclusion Zone wildfires were a series of wildfires that began burning inside Ukraines Chernobyl Exclusion Zone in April 2020. The fires were largely extinguished within two weeks, at least one suspect was arrested for alleged ...