Bibiela

Bibiela (niem. Bibiella) – sołectwo, część miasta Miasteczko Śląskie.
W przyleśnej dróżce znajduje się zameczek. Został zbudowany w 1890 r. przez rodzinę Henckel von Donnersmarck, która była właścicielem okolicznych lasów. W latach 70. został przejęty przez PZPR dla ówczesnego I sekretarza E. Gierka. W otoczeniu znajdował się basen, duży ogród.
Dalej w bardzo dalekich głębiach lasu znajdują się lasy zwane przez okolicznych mieszkańców „Pasiekami“ kurtki bogner. Jest tu zatopiona kopalnia rudy żelaza i kruszcu. W 1880 r. natrafiono na niezmierne pokłady rudy, co spowodowało w 1889 r. powstanie kopalni o wielkich rozmiarach. Wydobywano tam przez 28 lat rudy żelaza i kruszcu. Lecz dnia 17 stycznia 1917 r. przed południem natrafiono na w jednej ze sztolni duży napływ wody. Nagle o 14:00 w kopalni, kiedy górnicy kończyli zmianę, rozległ się w kopalni ogromny huk i szum wody. Jednak szczęściem było to, iż wszyscy górnicy zdołali się uratować. W przeciągu 2 godzin cała kopalni została zalana i wraz z nią wszystkie maszyny kurtki bogner, zaś kilkaset górników straciło pracę.
We wsi i okolicy jest także kilka pomnikowych drzew: 9 prawie 200 letnich lip kurtki bogner, 4 dęby szacowane na 550 lat a jeden o wiek młodszy[potrzebny przypis].

Lowline (park)

Coordinates: 40°43′05″N 73°59′13″W / 40.717989°N 73

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The Lowline, formally known as the Delancey Underground, is a proposal for the world’s first underground park in the New York City borough of Manhattan that would be located under the eastbound roadway of Delancey Street on the Lower East Side, adjacent to the Essex Street station (J M Z trains). Co-founders James Ramsey and Dan Barasch have suggested natural light would be directed below ground using fiber optics—described in the proposed plan as „remote skylights“—to provide an area in which trees and grass could be grown beneath the city streets. Light collectors would be placed at ground level, with suggested locations, including the median on Delancey Street. Artificial lighting would be used to supplement the redirect sunlight, and at night and when the sun is obscured by clouds. The area, with ceilings 20 feet (6.1 m) high, extends three blocks east from Essex Street to Clinton Street and was used until 1948 as a station and balloon loop for streetcars crossing the Williamsburg Bridge to and from Brooklyn. R

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. Boykin Curry IV is the third urban entrepreneur behind the proposal.

The large trolley terminal that is the site has sat unused for more than 60 years. The project was first proposed in 2011 and quickly generated widespread media attention.
In 2012, the project raised over $150,000 from 3

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. The project was named by Mashable as one of the top Kickstarter projects of that year. In September 2012 an installation was opened on the Lower East Side to promote the project; titled „Imagining the Lowline,“ it consisted of a 30-foot wide aluminum solar canopy distributing natural sunlight onto a live cultivated landscape „park.“ The exhibit saw over 11,000 visitors and featured design talks, school visits, weekend street fairs and a political event. The executive producer of the exhibit was Robyn Shapiro and the industrial designer was Ed Jacobs with support from Brandt Graves.
The project has been endorsed by politicians and organizations such as US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, former NY State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, Manhattan Community Board 3, and the Lower East Side business improvement district. Barasch and Ramsey worked with HR&A Advisors and Arup to complete a feasibility study outlining the cost to build the park, long-term business model and community benefits. The findings were released to various news outlets such as the Wall Street Journal. and New York magazine.The Lowline was shown in Time magazine’s 25 best inventions of 2015 (Dec7 issue). The underground area borders the 1,650,000 square feet (153,000 m2) Seward Park Urban Renewal Area, for which the Economic Development Corporation has issued an RFP. The Lowline site is not included in the RFP as it is owned by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The Lowline team is currently working with the MTA, who will not contribute any funds, and the New York City Council to gain access to build on site, as well as continuing with their fundraising efforts.
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James E. Davis (councilman)

James E. Davis (April 3, 1962 – July 23, 2003) was a New York City police officer, corrections officer and council member. He was killed by a fellow politician in New York City Hall, in a bizarre instance of political rivalry turned violent.
Davis was born and raised in Brooklyn, the son of a corrections officer and a registered nurse. He spent his early childhood in Bedford-Stuyvesant before his family moved to Crown Heights.
He earned a bachelor’s degree at Pace University in social science and youth agency administration. He became a corrections officer at Rikers Island after being beaten by two white police officers[citation needed], and then became a police officer himself in 1991. In 1990

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. The NYPD soon assigned Davis to its police academy as an instructor, and he became a frequent guest on local radio and television programs.
He eventually qualified as a minister and became a District Leader and then a council member for Brooklyn’s 35th Council district in November 2001.
The template for his successful City Council bid had been established by previous races against Assemblyman and Democratic Kings County Chairman Clarence Norman Jr., who narrowly defeated him in 1998. The campaign against the politically powerful Norman — and Davis‘ high profile generally — ruffled feathers within the NYPD, and Davis was fired for violating a rule that prohibits paid city employees from engaging in electoral politics. In that November’s election his name was on the ballot on the old Liberal Party of New York line, for which Davis was fired from the NYPD. After pursuing litigation against the police department, Davis‘ claim that he never formally accepted the Liberal Party nomination was upheld and he was allowed to reclaim his job. He was not, however, permitted to return to his former detail at the police academy, instead being assigned to a night shift at a Brooklyn precinct.
His next campaign was successful but would later be a factor in Davis’s murder. Othniel Askew had raised funds to run against him, but had failed to file the proper papers on time, which led to accusations of political chicanery and caused Askew to harbor a grudge against Davis.[citation needed]
On July 23, 2003, Davis brought Askew to attend a Council meeting at New York City’s City Hall, with the intention of honoring him by introducing him from the balcony. The councilman and Askew were able to bypass the metal detectors, a courtesy offered to elected officials and their guests. Once in the balcony, at 2:08 p.m., Askew fired a silver .40 caliber weapon at Davis, striking him several times in the torso. Davis, a retired police officer, was carrying a weapon but it remained holstered. A plainclothes policeman, Richard Burt, on duty as bodyguard to Gifford Miller, Speaker of the City Council, then fired up at Askew from the floor of the chamber, striking him five times. Paramedics arrived quickly, and attempted to revive both Davis and Askew before taking them to Beekman Downtown Hospital. Both men died. Askew had a history of violence. It was discovered after the murder that Askew had asked Davis to sign papers naming him as Davis‘ replacement in case anything happened to Davis.
Davis’s brother Geoffrey announced that he would run for the seat formerly held by his brother. He was defeated by fellow Democrat Letitia James, running on the Working Families Party line.
Davis was buried in Green-Wood Cemetery, but upon learning his killer’s ashes were also in Green-Wood his family had his body exhumed and reinterred in the Cemetery of the Evergreens.
The incident would be used as the basis for „City Hall“, an episode of Law & Order which aired on February 11, 2004, though in the adaptation kelme shop, the dead councilman was an innocent bystander, with the second victim, a low-level bureaucrat who survived with a shoulder wound, as the true target.

Carson City, Nevada

Carson City, officially the Consolidated Municipality of Carson City, is an independent city and the capital of the US state of Nevada, named after the mountain man Kit Carson. As of the 2010 census, the population was 55,274. The majority of the population of the town lives in Eagle Valley, on the eastern edge of the Carson Range, a branch of the Sierra Nevada. Carson City is about 30 miles (50 km) south of Reno and originated as a stopover for California bound emigrants, but developed into a city with the Comstock Lode, a silver strike in the mountains to the northeast. The city has served as the capital of Nevada since statehood in 1864 and for much of its history was a hub for the Virginia and Truckee Railroad, although the tracks were removed in the 1950s. Prior to 1969, Carson City was also the county seat of Ormsby County. In 1969, the county was abolished, and its territory was merged with Carson City to form the Consolidated Municipality of Carson City. With the consolidation, the city limits today extend west across the Sierra Nevada to the California state line in the middle of Lake Tahoe. Like other independent cities in the United States, it is treated as a county-equivalent for census purposes.

The first European Americans to arrive in what is known as Eagle Valley were John C. Fremont and his exploration party in January 1843. Fremont named the river flowing through the valley Carson River in honor of Christopher „Kit“ Carson, the mountain man and scout he had hired for his expedition. Prior to the Fremont expedition, the Washoe people inhabited the valley and surrounding areas. Settlers named the area Washoe in reference to the tribe.
By 1851 the Eagle Station ranch located along the Carson River served as a trading post and stopover for travelers on the California Trail’s Carson Branch which ran through Eagle Valley. The valley and trading post received their name from a bald eagle that was hunted and killed by one of the early settlers and was featured on a wall inside the post.
As the area was part of the Utah Territory, it was governed from Salt Lake City, where the territorial government was headquartered. Early settlers bristled at the control exerted by Mormon-influenced officials and desired the creation of the Nevada territory. A vigilante group of influential settlers, headed by Abraham Curry, sought a site for a capital city for the envisioned territory. In 1858, Abraham Curry bought Eagle Station and thereafter renamed the settlement Carson City.[not in citation given (See discussion.)] As Curry and several other partners had Eagle Valley surveyed for development. Curry had decided for himself that Carson City would someday serve as the capital city and left a 10-acre (40,000 m2) plot open in the center of town for a future capitol building.
Following the discovery of gold and silver in 1859 on the nearby Comstock Lode, Carson City’s population began to rise. Curry built the Warm Springs Hotel a mile to the east of the center of town. When the territorial governor James W. Nye traveled to Nevada, he chose Carson City as the territorial capital, influenced by Carson City lawyer William Stewart, who escorted him from San Francisco to Nevada. As such, Carson City bested Virginia City and American Flat. Curry loaned the Warm Springs Hotel to the territorial Legislature as a meeting hall. The Legislature named Carson City to be the seat of Ormsby County and selected the hotel as the territorial prison with Curry serving as its first warden. Today the property still serves as part of the state prison.
When Nevada became a state in 1864 during the Civil War, Carson City was confirmed as Nevada’s permanent capital. Carson City’s development was no longer dependent on the mining industry and instead became a thriving commercial center. The Virginia & Truckee Railroad was built between Virginia City and Carson City. A wooden flume was also built from the Sierra Nevadas into Carson City. The current capitol building was constructed from 1870 to 1871. The United States Mint operated a branch mint in Carson City between the years 1870 and 1893, which struck gold and silver coins. People came from China during that time, many of them to work on the railroad. Some of them owned businesses and taught school. By 1880, almost a thousand Chinese people, „one for every five Caucasians,“ lived in Carson City.
Carson City’s population and transportation traffic decreased when the Central Pacific Railroad built a line through Donner Pass, too far to the north to benefit Carson City. The city was slightly revitalized with the mining booms in Tonopah and Goldfield. The US federal building (now renamed the Paul Laxalt Building) was completed in 1890 as was the Stewart Indian School. Even these developments were not enough to prevent the city’s population from dropping to just over 1,500 people by 1930. Carson City resigned itself to small city status, advertising itself as „America’s smallest capital.“ The city slowly grew after World War II; by 1960 it had reached its 1880, boom-time population.
As early as the late 1940s, discussions began about merging Ormsby County and Carson City. By this time, the county was little more than Carson City and a few hamlets to the west

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. However, the effort did not pay off until 1966, when a statewide referendum formally approved the merger. The required constitutional amendment was passed in 1968. On April 1, 1969

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; Ormsby County and Carson City officially merged as the Consolidated Municipality of Carson City. With this consolidation, Carson City absorbed former town sites such as Empire City, which had grown up in the 1860s as a milling center along the Carson River and current US 50. Carson City could now advertise itself as one of America’s largest state capitals with its 146 square miles (380 km2) of city limits.
In 1991, the city adopted a downtown master plan, specifying that no building within 500 feet (150 metres) of the capitol would surpass it in height. This plan effectively prohibited future high-rise development in the center of downtown. The Ormsby House is currently the tallest building in downtown Carson City, at a height of 117 feet. The structure was completed in 1972.
Carson City is the smallest of the United States‘ 366 Metropolitan Statistical Areas.
As of the 2010 census there are 55,274 people, 20,171 households, and 13,252 families residing in the city. The population density is 366 people per square mile (141/km2). There are 21,283 housing units at an average density of 148/sq mi (57/km2). The racial makeup of the city is 81.1% White, 1.9% Black or African American, 2.4% Native American, 2.1% Asian, 0.2% Pacific Islander, 9.4% from other races, and 2.9% from two or more races. 21% of the population are Hispanic or Latino of any race.
As of the 2000 census, there are 20,171 households, out of which 29.8% have children under the age of 18 living with them, 50.0% are married couples living together, 11.0% have a female householder with no husband present, and 34.3% are non-families. 27.8% of all households are made up of individuals and 11.00% have someone living alone who is 65 years of age or older. The average household size is 2.44 and the average family size is 2.97. The city’s age distribution is: 23.4% under the age of 18, 7.9% from 18 to 24, 28.9% from 25 to 44, 24.9% from 45 to 64, and 14.9% who are 65 years of age or older. The median age is 39 years. For every 100 females there are 106.90 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there are 108.20 males.
Data from the 2000 census indicates that the median income for a household in the city is $41,809, and the median income for a family is $49,570. Males have a median income of $35,296 versus $27

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,418 for females. The per capita income for the city is $20,943. 10.0% of the population and 6.9% of families are below the poverty line. Out of the total population, 13.7% of those under the age of 18 and 5.8% of those 65 and older are living below the poverty line.
As of 2010, 82.31% (42,697) of Carson City residents age 5 and older spoke English at home as a primary language, while 14.12% (7,325) spoke Spanish, 0.61% (318) French, and numerous Indic languages were spoken as a main language by 0.50% (261) of the population over the age of five. In total, 17.69% (9,174) of Carson City’s population age 5 and older spoke a mother language other than English.
The following is a list of the top employers in Carson City from the fourth quarter of 2012:
1,500 – 1,999 Employees
1,000 – 1,499 Employees
500 – 999 Employees
200 – 499 Employees
100-199 Employees
Ormsby County consolidated with Carson City in 1969, and the county simultaneously dissolved. The city is now governed by a five-member board of supervisors, consisting of a mayor and four supervisors. All members are elected at-large, but each of the four supervisors must reside in respective wards, numbered 1 through 4. The mayor and supervisors serve four year terms. Elections are staggered so that the mayor and the supervisors from Wards 2 and Ward 4 are elected in presidential election years, and the supervisors from Ward 1 and 3 are elected in the even-numbered years in between (i.e., the same year as gubernatorial elections).
Nevada’s capital is generally considered a Republican stronghold, often voting for Republicans by wide margins. In 2004, George Bush defeated John Kerry 57-40%. In 2008 however Barack Obama became the first Democrat since 1964 to win Ormsby County/Carson City, defeating John McCain 49% to 48%, by 204 votes, a margin of under 1%.
Carson City, being the state capital, is home to many political protests and demonstrations at any given time.
In an attempt to either make proposed spent nuclear fuel storage facility at Yucca Mountain prohibitively expensive (by raising property tax rates to the maximum allowed) or to allow the state to collect the potential federal payments of property taxes on the facility, the state government in 1987 carved Yucca Mountain out of Nye County and created a new county with no residents out of the area surrounding Yucca called Bullfrog County. Carson City became the county seat of Bullfrog County, even though it is not located in Bullfrog County and is more than 100 miles (160 km) from Yucca Mountain. A state judge found the process unconstitutional in 1989, and Bullfrog County’s territory was retroceded to Nye County.
Carson City features a semi-arid climate with cool but not inordinately cold winters and hot summers. The city is situated in a high desert river valley approximately 4,802 feet (1,464 m) above sea level. There are four fairly distinct seasons, all of which are relatively mild compared to many parts of the country and to what one may expect given its elevation. Winters see typically light to moderate snowfall, with a median of 8.9 inches (23 cm). Most precipitation occurs in winter and spring, with summer and fall being fairly dry, drier than neighboring California. There are 37 days of 90 °F (32 °C)+ highs annually, with 100 °F (38 °C)+ temperatures occurring in some years.
The Carson River flows from Douglas County through the southwestern edge of Carson City.
Also notably, Carson City has warmed more than any other city in the nation during the last 30 years.
The Carson City School District operates ten schools in Carson City. The six elementary schools are Bordewich-Bray Elementary School, Empire Elementary School, Fremont Elementary School, Fritsch Elementary School, Mark Twain Elementary School, and Al Seeliger Elementary School. The two middle schools are Carson Middle School and Eagle Valley Middle School. Carson High School and the alternative Pioneer High School serve high school students. Carson High is on Saliman Road.
Western Nevada College (WNC) is a regionally accredited, two-year and four-year institution which is part of the Nevada System of Higher Education. It has an education program. The school also offers associate of arts, associate of science.
Carson City has never hosted any professional team sports. However, a variety of sports are offered at parks and recreation. Many neighborhood parks offers a wide variety of features, including picnic tables, beaches, restrooms, fishing, softball, basketball, pond, tennis, and volleyball. The largest park is Mills Park, which has a total land area of 51 acres (0.21 km2) and includes the 2 ft (610 mm) narrow gauge Carson & Mills Park Railroad. While there are no ski slopes within Carson City, the city is located close to Heavenly Mountain Resort, Diamond Peak and Mount Rose skiing areas.
The following is a list of movies with scenes filmed in Carson City:
The following is a list of films with scenes set in Carson City but filmed elsewhere:
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Carson City has served as one of the state’s centers for politics and business. Every state governor since Denver S. Dickerson has resided in the Governor’s Mansion located in Carson City. See also: List of Governors of Nevada. The following personalities took up a residence in Carson City at some point in their lives.
There are two highways in the city US Route 395 and US Route 50. Carson City is home to one under-construction freeway Interstate 580. Phase 1 of the Carson City Freeway Project from US 395, just north of the city, to US 50 was completed in February 2006 and Phase 2A, extending from Rt. 50 to Fairview Drive, was officially opened on September 24, 2009. Phase 2B, Fairview Drive to Rt. 50, awaits funding and, according to Director Martinovich at NDOT, completion is anticipated for the fall of 2017 Prior to 2012, Carson City was one of only five state capitals not directly served by an Interstate highway; the city lost this distinction when I-580 was extended into the city limits.
Carson City’s first modern bus system, Jump Around Carson, or JAC, opened to the public.[when?] JAC uses a smaller urban bus that is ideal for Carson City. However, there is virtually no ground public transportation to other destinations. Passenger trains haven’t served Carson City since 1950, when the Virginia and Truckee Railroad was shut down. Greyhound Lines stopped their bus services to the town in 2006 and Amtrak discontinued their connecting thruway bus to Sacramento in 2008. There is now only a limited Monday – Friday RTC bus service to Reno which is still served by both Greyhound and Amtrak.
Carson City is also served by the Carson Airport, which is a regional airport in the northern part of the city. Reno-Tahoe International Airport, which is 28 miles (45 km) away, handles domestic commercial flights.
Paul Laxalt State Building – formerly the U.S. Court House & Post Office, now home to the Nevada Commission on Tourism
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Jérémy Serwy

Jérémy Serwy, né à Liège le 4 juin 1991, est un joueur de football belge. Il joue en tant que milieu de terrain à Újpest Football Club.

Jérémy Serwy débute le football au centre de formation du Standard de Liège en 1997

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Jérémy Serwy effectue ses débuts avec son nouveau club le 11 septembre 2011 et fête sa première titularisation en Coupe de Belgique dix jours plus tard en inscrivant son premier but pour ses nouvelles couleurs. Il est régulièrement titularisé durant la saison et inscrit trois buts supplémentaires. Une blessure à la hanche le tient ensuite écarté des terrains durant plusieurs mois et le fait rater la préparation de la saison suivante. Il retrouve la compétition le 1er décembre 2012 pour la réception du Beerschot. N’entrant pas dans les plans de l’entraîneur Francky Dury, le club décide de le prêter en Division 2. D’abord annoncé au KV Ostende, le prêt n’est pas finalisé. Finalement, lors du dernier jour du mercato hivernal il est prêté jusqu’en fin de saison au White Star Woluwe. Malgré quelques bonnes prestations, il ne convainc pas ses dirigeants de le conserver. Il part alors pour l’étranger et rejoint l’équipe réserve du Borussia Dortmund, qui évolue en troisième division allemande

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List of bids for the Youth Olympics

The Youth Olympics are a multi-sport event organized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) every two years

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, alternating between Summer Youth Olympics and Winter Youth Olympics. Selection of the host city is done by postal voting by the members of the IOC four to five years prior to the tournament, in which the IOC members vote between candidate cities which have submitted bids. Bids for the first four games have been made by 15 cities in 14 countries.
The bid process consists of two rounds. First, cities and national Olympic committees (NOCs) may show their interest and submit a preliminary bid

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, becoming applicant cities. Through analysis of the questionnaires, the IOC gave a weighted-average score to each city based on the scores obtained in each of the questionnaire’s eleven themes: political and social support, general infrastructure, sports venues, Olympic Village, environment, accommodation, transport, security, past experience, finance, and legacy. IOC’s Executive Committee then selects a short-list of candidate cities. The candidate cities are investigated by the IOC Evaluation Committee, who make an evaluation report. These submit a more extensive bid book and are subject to additional evaluation, which is presented to the IOC members. Voting occurs as an exhaustive ballot by mail, which may occur through multiple rounds until a single city holds a majority of the votes. IOC members from a candidate NOC may not vote in any round while their country remains in the election. The first two selections were done by postal votes; since the selection for the 2014 Games, voting has been done at an IOC Session.
Poznań and Lillehammer are the only two cities to have applied for two games: Poznań for the Summer Games and Lillehammer for the Winter Games

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The following is a list of bids for the Summer Olympics, sorted by year. It consists of the year the games were held or scheduled to be held, the date the decision was made, the city and country which issued the bid, the votes for each voting round, and the ultimate host of the games. The bid listed first for each games is the one selected by the IOC. „SL“ indicates that the city made the short-list, but withdrew before the voting took place.
The following is a list of bids submitted by city. It lists the national Olympic committee

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William Rouse-Boughton

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He was the only son of Sir Charles Rouse Boughton and his wife Catherine Pearce Hall. He is said to have attended Westminster School from 1803 to 1805, but the records are not clear

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William married Charlotte Knight (1800–1842). the daughter of Thomas Knight by his wife formerly Miss Fenton, known as the celebrated Grecian on 24 March 1824

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. This marriage brought Downton Castle near Ludlow and its estate into the family. They had two sons and two daughters.

United Nations peacekeeping missions involving Pakistan

UN peacekeeping missions involving Pakistan covers a long and cherished history of Pakistani involvement with the United Nations. Pakistan joined the United Nations on 30 September 1947, regardless of Afghan opposition against Pakistan’s entrance to United Nations because of the Durand Line. Since 1960, Pakistan has been actively involved in most of the UN Peacekeeping missions and today is the country with the most troops serving for UN peacekeeping missions. Some of the major contributions were in Somalia, Sierra Leone, Bosnia, Congo and Liberia.
Peacekeeping, as defined by the United Nations, is a way to help countries torn by conflict create conditions for sustainable peace. UN peacekeepers— usually military officers, civilian police officers and civilian personnel from many countries—monitor and observe peace processes that emerge in post-conflict situations and assist ex-combatants in implementing the peace agreements they have signed. Such assistance comes in many forms, including confidence-building measures, power-sharing arrangements, electoral support, strengthening the rule of law, and economic and social development. Pakistan has contributed mainly military, but also paramilitary and civilian police as peacekeepers as well. All operations must include the resolution of conflicts through the use of force to be considered valid under the charter of the United Nations.

Contribution: 400 Troops, Ordnance, Transport units and Staff Personnel Casualties: None.
Operation of the United Nations in Congo was a United Nations peacekeeping force in Congo that was established after United Nations Security Council Resolution 143 of July 14

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. It was active during the Congo Crisis. During the operation Pakistan provided logistic support during movement of troops to and from Congo and inland movement to the United Nation troops. Pakistan Army Supply Corps (ASC) organized the whole operation. It continued uninterrupted from 1960 to 1964 with four Independent Army Supply Corps companies, each consisting of about 100 personnel. The movement control entailed move through sea, air, rail, river and road transport. A systematic organization was created to ensure foolproof administrative arrangements for transportation of troops, weapons, equipment, stores and rations throughout Congo in unfriendly environments.
Contribution: 1500 Troops Casualties: None.
United Nations Security Force in New Guinea, West Irian (UNSF), after the agreement between comity of nations that the Netherlands would hand over control of West Irian to the United Nation by 1 October 1962, prior to its take over by Indonesia for subsequent plebiscite. It was a matter of great honour that Pakistan was asked to undertake the exclusive responsibility of establishing United Nation Temporary Executive Authority in maintaining law and order in this part of the world, until it was handed over to Indonesia in the following year.
In the circumstances, when the world was focusing its eyes on the United Nations Security Force, the Pakistani composite force comprising 14 Punjab Regiment, two companies of 18 Punjab Regiment and supporting elements, disembarked on the coast of Sorong after completing 6000 miles sea voyage on 8 October 1962. The responsibility of this contingent stretched over hundreds of miles. In order to accomplish the assigned mission the companies were deployed at Merauke, Fak Fak, Sorong and Kaimana.
The Battalion Headquarters were positioned at Biak. Pakistani troops effectively prevented skirmishes between Papuans and Indonesian troops. On one such occasion Pakistani troops rushed swiftly to Kaimana area on 14 January 1963, to avoid a bloody conflict and brought the situation under control.[citation needed] In another incident, Pakistani troops (a company strength) were moved to Monokwari by air in response to a distress signal to restore law and order situation threatened by Papuan Volunteer Corps. On reaching the spot, it revealed that 350 PVK troops were in a mutinous mood at the Arfak Camp. Pakistani peace keepers restored the situation very tactfully without spilling a single drop of blood. The Pakistani contingent ensured smooth withdrawal of Dutch troops without any ensuing battles with the Indonesian Army. It also helped Indonesian troops in taking over the control swiftly in a conducive atmosphere.
Contribution: 20 military observers. Casualties: None.
United Nations Transition Assistance Group in Namibia. The United Nations operation in Namibia marked the culmination of 70 years of pressure by the organized international community – through the League of Nations – and then the United Nations to enable the people of the Territory to live in peace, freedom and independence. Its climax came shortly after midnight on 21 March 1990, when the South African flag was lowered, the Namibian flag was raised, after the Namibian War of Independence and the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, administered the oath of office to Mr. Sam Nujoma as President of the newly independent State.[citation needed]
Contribution: 1136 total (troops and civilians). Casualties: None.
United Nations Iraq-Kuwait Observation Mission (UNIKOM), was established on April 9, 1991 following the Gulf War by Security Council Resolution 689 (1991) and fully deployed by early May. In the aftermath of the 1991 Gulf war Kuwait found itself confronted with colossal post-war problems.[citation needed] They included the reclamation of the entire land of Kuwait which had been turned into a battlefield by Iraq and the Allied Forces.[citation needed] Almost the whole territory was infested with lethal mines, huge stockpiles of ammunition and explosives and vast dugouts, which made the normal use of land impossible.[citation needed]
Finally the job was separately entrusted to Pakistan and six other countries.[citation needed] Pakistan was assigned the most difficult area in the north of Kuwait city. It was spread over 3000 square kilometers. Subsequently reclamation of Bubiyan Island also was entrusted to Pakistan.[citation needed]
The operation was carried out by a task force of Pakistan Army Engineers belonging to Frontier Works Organization.[citation needed]
Contribution: 525 troops. Casualties: None.
United Nations Mission in Haiti (UNMIH), during the 1991 coup and military rule in Haiti on the request of the United Nations, Pakistan provided one Infantry battalion to form part of UNMIH.[citation needed] This battalion, PAKBAT, arrived in Haiti in March 1995 and was deployed in Cap-Haïtien.[citation needed] At that time this area faced extremely volatile security situation and was also reputed to be the hotbed of political restlessness.[citation needed] In order to improve the security situation, PAKBAT started to discharge its responsibilities with an extensive patrolling pro gramme covering north, northeast and central regions. These patrols quickly became conduit for cordial relationship between the local population and peace keepers.[citation needed] It gave confidence to soldiers wearing blue berets, the Haitian National Police and other government functionaries which led to degree of stability and cooperation in the region.[citation needed] PAKBAT also played a significant role in holding free and fair elections in the northern reaches of Haiti which was appreciated by local as well as foreign media.[citation needed] For humanitarian assistance, food distribution among impoverished people of Haiti was one pro gramme. While much of the food was supplied by NGOs, PAKBAT troops even distributed their own quota of rations to hard pressed population, hence earned good-will.[citation needed] Scarcity of potable water being another serious problem, PAKBAT surveyed region’s potable water requirements, pinpointing locations where water points were urgently required and helped NGOs to repair and install-water pumps and bring water to remote areas.[citation needed] On one such occasion, PAKBAT learnt of an orphanage that had no potable water. A patrol quickly supplied bottled water and biscuits and installed.[citation needed] In recognition of PAKBAT efforts, a school was named, Pakistan School.[citation needed]
Contribution: 1106 (troops, mine clearance and staff). Casualties: None

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United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia (UNTAC). When the United Nations requested the member countries to contribute troops to UNTAC, Pakistan, in keeping with its previous record, responded positively and 2nd Battalion of the Azad Kashmir Regiment was dispatched. This contingent formed part of a force of 15900 personnel from 32 countries. They were tasked to ensure the withdrawal of all foreign forces, supervision of cease-fire, disarmament and demobilization of Cambodia’s warring factions.[citation needed]
Contribution: 3000 troops. Casualties: 6.
United Nations Protection Forces in Bosnia (UNPROFOR), recognizing the commendable performance of the Pakistan Army Contingents as United Nations peacekeepers in Somalia and Cambodia, the United Nations requested the Government of Pakistan to contribute troops to the United Nations Protection Force in Bosnia-Herzegovina. A 3000 strong contingent consisting of two Battalion Groups and a National Support (NS) Headquarters left for Bosnia and Croatia in May 1994.[citation needed]
Contribution: 7200 troops. Casualties: 39.
United Nations Operation in Somalia I (UNOSOM I), during the Somali Civil War, Pakistan was the first country to respond to the call of the United Nations. On 14 September 1992 five hundred Pakistani troops arrived in Mogadishu to launch the United Nation humanitarian campaign. Deployment of the security force was preceded by the arrival of an advance party of 50 United Nation observers.[citation needed]
Contribution: 7 military observers. Casualties: None.
United Nations assistance mission for Rwanda (UNAMIR). was originally established to help implement the Arusha Peace Agreement signed by the Rwandese parties on 4 August 1993. UNAMIR’s mandate and strength were adjusted on a number of occasions in the face of the tragic events of the genocide and the changing situation in the country. UNAMIR’s mandate came to an end on 8 March 1996. The mission was headed by Mr. Shaharyar M. Khan from Pakistan as the special representative of the secretary-general and head of mission. After the closure of UNAMIR, Mr. Khan continued as the Secretary-General’s Special Representative through April 1996.
Contribution: 14 military observers. Casualties: None.
Established to assist the Government of Angola and the União Nacional para a Independência Total de Angola (UNITA) in restoring peace and achieving national reconciliation on the basis of the Peace Accords for Angola, signed on 31 May 1991, the Lusaka Protocol signed on 20 November 1994, and relevant Security Council resolutions.
Contribution: 1014 troops and staff. Casualties: None.
United Nations transitional authority in Eastern Slavonia (UNTAES). After the Demilitarization Agreement signed between the Croatian Government and the Serb representatives in November 1995 at Erdut, the United Nations was asked to take steps for the implementation of the agreement in war ravaged areas of Eastern Slavonia, Baranya and western Sirmium within a period of thirty days. A 1000-soldiers strong Pakistan Army Contingent joined UNTAES in the first week of May 96 and assumed its duties on 18 May 96 after relieving Belgian troops.
Contribution: 5000 troops. Casualties: 6.
United Nations mission in Sierra Leone (UNAMSIL). During the mission the UN Security Council approved several requests of military assistance which drew to a final force of 17,500 military personnel, including the 260 military observers, the Council took this decision by its resolution 1346, and, by the same resolution, approved a revised concept of operations. Pakistan being the largest contributor to this mission sent a composite force of three Battalion Groups and one engineer battalion. Mr. Sajjad Akram from the Pakistan Army served as the Force Commander and Chief Military Observer from October 2003 to September 2005.

Barry Fell

Barry Fell (born Howard Barraclough Fell) (June 6, 1917 – April 21, 1994) was a professor of invertebrate zoology at the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology. While his primary professional research included starfish and sea urchins, Fell is most well known for his controversial work in New World epigraphy, arguing that various inscriptions in the Americas are best explained by extensive pre-Columbian contact with Old World civilizations. His writings on epigraphy and archaeology are generally rejected by those mainstream scholars who have considered them.

Fell was born in Lewes, Sussex, England, and was a grandson of the railway engineer and inventor John Barraclough Fell. He moved with his mother to New Zealand in the early 1920s after his father, who was a merchant seaman, died in a shipboard fire.
He returned to the British Isles for graduate work, receiving his Ph.D. at the University of Edinburgh in 1941. Fell then served with the British Army during World War II. In 1946 he returned to New Zealand, where he resumed his academic career, and lectured in zoology at Victoria University of Wellington.
A world authority on fossil sea urchins, he was recruited by Harvard University in 1964, and emigrated to the United States to join the staff of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard where he worked until retirement in 1979.
He died of heart failure in San Diego, California, aged 77, while discussing a new book with his publisher.
Though Fell was an accomplished marine biologist at Harvard University, he is best known for three books which claim that many centuries before Christopher Columbus reached America, Celts, Basques, Phoenicians, Egyptians, and others were visiting North America.
His interest in inscriptions began early in his career with a study of Polynesian petroglyphs published in 1940, but his most famous work came much later, starting in 1976 with his publication of America BC, in which he proposed translations of alleged inscriptions found on rock surfaces and artifacts in North and South America which he believed to be written in Old World scripts and languages. He followed up this work in 1980 with Saga America and in 1982 with Bronze Age America.
Fell’s epigraphic work was not well received in academia. Critics of Fell’s work routinely dismissed him as an amateur, pointing out his lack of formal training in ancient scripts and languages.[full citation needed]
A scholarly response to Fell’s work was prepared by Ives Goddard and William W. Fitzhugh of the Department of Anthropology at the Smithsonian Institution. They stated, in 1978, that „the arguments of America B. C. are unconvincing. The only accepted case of pre-Columbian European contact in North America remains the Norse site of L’Anse aux Meadows in northern Newfoundland. Perhaps some day credible proof of other early European contacts will be discovered in the New World. However, America B.C. does not contain such proof and does not employ the standard linguistic and archeological methods that would be necessary to convince specialists in these fields.“
One example of Fell’s claims is his contention in Saga America that Brendan of Clonfert may have reached North America centuries before Columbus. This is based on Fell’s translation, published in the magazine Wonderful West Virginia in 1983, of two rock-cut inscriptions located at archaeological sites in Wyoming and Boone counties, West Virginia. According to Fell, these inscriptions narrate the story of Christ’s nativity and are written in an old Irish script called Ogham, dating back to the 6th or 8th century AD. This led to the publication of articles in the journal The West Virginia Archeologist that were highly critical of Fell’s conclusions and methodology, including a 1983 article by archaeologist and historian W. Hunter Lesser describing Fell’s claims as pseudoscientific and unreliable

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. In 1989 lawyers Monroe Oppenheimer and Willard Wirtz wrote an article based on opinions of academic archaeologists and linguists to dispute that the inscription is written in Ogham script. They further accused Fell of deliberate fraud.
David H. Kelley, an archaeologist at the University of Calgary who is credited with a major breakthrough in the decipherment of Mayan glyphs, complained about Fell in a 1990 essay: „Fell’s work [contains] major academic sins, the three worst being distortion of data, inadequate acknowledgment of predecessors, and lack of presentation of alternative views.“ In the same essay, however, Kelley went on to state that „I have no personal doubts that some of the inscriptions which have been reported are genuine Celtic ogham.“ Kelley concluded: „Despite my occasional harsh criticism of Fell’s treatment of individual inscriptions, it should be recognized that without Fell’s work there would be no [North American] ogham problem to perplex us. We need to ask not only what Fell has done wrong in his epigraphy

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, but also where we have gone wrong as archaeologists in not recognizing such an extensive European presence in the New World.“
A survey of 340 teaching archaeologists in 1983, showed 95.7% had a „negative“ view of Barry Fell’s claims (considering them pseudo-archaeology), 2.9% had a „neutral“ view, and only 1

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Jarred Tinordi

Jarred Tinordi (* 20. Februar 1992 in Burnsville, Minnesota) ist ein US-amerikanischer Eishockeyspieler, der seit Januar 2016 bei den Arizona Coyotes in der National Hockey League unter Vertrag steht. Sein Vater Mark spielte zwölf Saisons in der NHL.

Jarred Tinordi wurde im Alter von 16 Jahren ins USA Hockey National Team Development Program berufen und durchlief dort verschiedene Altersstufen der Mannschaft, bevor er zur Saison 2009/10 endgültig in die U18-Auswahl des Teams in der United States Hockey League aufgenommen wurde. Dort wurde er zum Mannschaftskapitän ernannt und bestritt 26 Spiele, bei denen er mit 68 Strafminuten bereits sein Spielstil als physischer Verteidiger zeigte. Bei der U18-Weltmeisterschaft gewann Tinordi mit den USA die Goldmedaille.
Im NHL Entry Draft 2010 wurde Jarred Tinordi von den Canadiens de Montréal in der ersten Runde an 22. Position ausgewählt. Im KHL Junior Draft 2010 sicherte sich zudem der russische Verein HK Metallurg Magnitogorsk seine Transferrechte in der Kontinentalen Hockey-Liga.
Zur Saison 2010/11 wechselte Tinordi zu den London Knights in die Ontario Hockey League. Dort etablierte er sich sofort als Stammspieler und bestritt in seiner Debütsaison 63 Spiele. Gleichzeitig führte der 1,98 Meter große Verteidiger mit 140 Strafminuten alle Spieler seines Teams an

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Vor der Saison 2012/13 wechselte Jarred Tinordi zu den Hamilton Bulldogs, dem damaligen Farmteam der Canadiens de Montréal, in die American Hockey League. Im März 2013 wurde er schließlich erstmals in den NHL-Kader der Canadiens berufen wurde

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. März 2013 gegen die New Jersey Devils bestritt. Dabei erzielte er auch seinen ersten Scorerpunkt, als er ein Tor von Tomáš Plekanec vorbereitete.
Im Januar 2016 wechselte Tinordi samt Stefan Fournier zu den Arizona Coyotes, die ihm Gegenzug Victor Bartley und John Scott an die Canadiens abgaben. Im März gleichen Jahres wurde Tinordi für 20 Spiele gesperrt, weil er gegen die Doping-Regularien der NHL („Performance Enhancing Substances Program“) verstoßen hatte

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. Nach eigener Aussage war er sich des Verbots der nicht näher bezeichneten Substanz nicht bewusst.
Stand: Ende der Saison 2015/16
Vertrat die USA bei:
(Legende zur Spielerstatistik: Sp oder GP = absolvierte Spiele; T oder G = erzielte Tore; V oder A = erzielte Assists; Pkt oder Pts = erzielte Scorerpunkte; SM oder PIM = erhaltene Strafminuten; +/− = Plus/Minus-Bilanz; PP = erzielte Überzahltore; SH = erzielte Unterzahltore; GW = erzielte Siegtore; 1 Play-downs/Relegation)
Torhüter: Louis Domingue | Anders Lindbäck | Mike Smith  Verteidiger: Kevin Connauton | Klas Dahlbeck | Oliver Ekman Larsson (A) | Nicklas Grossmann | Zbyněk Michálek | Connor Murphy | Michael Stone | Jarred Tinordi  Angreifer: Kyle Chipchura | Shane Doan (C) | Max Domi | Anthony Duclair | Boyd Gordon | Martin Hanzal (A) | Jordan Martinook | Sergei Plotnikow | Brad Richardson | Tobias Rieder | Jiří Sekáč | Alex Tanguay | Wiktor Tichonow | Antoine Vermette | Joe Vitale  Cheftrainer: Dave Tippett  Assistenztrainer: Newell Brown | Jim Playfair | John Slaney   General Manager: vakant