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  • | alt_flag = A flag featuring both cross and saltire in red, white and blue | alt_coat = Coat of arms containing shield and crown in centre, flanked by lion and unicorn
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  • |calling_code = [[Telephone numbers in Russia|+7]] ...t country in the world]] by [[land]] area. About 142.9 million people live in Russia according to the 2010 [[census]]. The [[capital city]] of Russia is
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  • ...like buses and airplanes. Subaru builds cars in Japan and also builds cars in the state of [[Indiana]]. ...ey also have boxer engines, which means that the pistons and the cylinders in the engine fire left to right instead of up and down or at an angle.
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  • |pushpin_map_caption = Location in Israel ...p; {{lang-ar|تَلْ أَبِيبْ-يَافَا}}) is a [[municipality]] in [[Israel]], often just called '''Tel Aviv'''. It is Israel's second largest
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  • ...ted star in the lower hoist quarter, and constellation of five white stars in the fly – one small five-pointed star and four, larger, seven-pointed sta ...ember of the [[House of Windsor|Royal family]] when they are in Australia. In other contexts, the [[national anthem]] of Australia, "[[Advance Australia
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  • |national_motto = ''[[Bhinneka Tunggal Ika]]''{{Spaces|2}}<small><br />Unity in Diversity</small><br />'''[[Ideology|National ideology]]:''' [[Pancasila (p '''Indonesia''' is a [[country]] in [[Southeast Asia]] and [[Australasia]]/[[Oceania]]. It is part of the [[Malay Archipelago|Ma
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  • ...sup>On 21 December 1991, eleven of the former socialist republics declared in [[Alma-Ata]] (with the 12th republic&nbsp;– [[Georgian SSR|Georgia]]&nbsp ...dustry]] and over time became a major, powerful union. The largest country in the Union was [[Russia]], and [[Kazakhstan]] was the second. The [[capital
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  • ...ov.uk/en/travel-and-living-abroad/travel-advice-by-country/country-profile/asia-oceania/north-korea?profile=economy|title=Country Profile: North Korea |acc |calling_code = [[Telephone numbers in North Korea|850]]
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  • |caption = '''Clockwise, from top left''': U.S. combat operations in [[Battle of Ia Drang|Ia Drang]], ARVN Rangers defending [[Battle of Saigon ...t date|df=yes|1955|11|1}}&nbsp;– {{End date|df=yes|1975|4|30}}<br>({{Age in years, months, weeks and days|month1=11|day1=01|year1=1955|month2=04|day2=3
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  • [[File:Rice grains (IRRI).jpg|thumb|230px|Rice can come in many shapes, colours and sizes]] ...in many parts of [[Asia]]. It is grown in warm parts of the world, mainly Asia, [[Africa]], northern [[Italy]], and the west coast of North America.
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  • ...p://www.saudia-online.com/saudi_arabia.htm |title=Saudi Arabia the country in Brief |publisher=Saudia-online.com |date= |accessdate=2012-03-03}}</ref> | calling_code = [[Telephone numbers in Saudi Arabia|+966]]
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  • ...ng stopped July 27, 1953. More than two million Koreans died, most of them in the north. ...uth, led by [[nationalist]] [[Syngman Rhee]], was helped by many countries in the [[United Nations]], and especially by the [[United States]].
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  • ...|Rock]]. Most pieces of [[popular music]] that have been written since the 1950s are written with guitars. ...[amplifier]]s to control the loudness. These guitars, which are often used in [[popular music]], are called ''electric guitars''. They do not need to hav
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  • ...in America, with many of those people entering the professional industry. In Europe, the independent movement has existed since the 1910s, with animator ...uter graphics to make animations. Many animations on the internet are made in Flash. Most animators on the internet do not work for professional companie
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  • ...h as Italians and Polish, stemming from the Brick works that used to stand in ... ...rket town from the early [[Middle Ages]]. It was given its borough charter in [[1166]] by [[Henry II of England|Henry II]].
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  • In the [[21st century]], a new type of mobile phone, called [[smartphone]]s, h ...e 1950s through 1970s were large and heavy, and most were built into cars. In the late 20th century technology improved so people could carry their phone
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  • ...from the 1st century. But archeologists have found proof of people living in [[Japan]] for the last several thousand years from the time when the last [ ...gists have found some polished tools made of stones. Some of them are kept in Tokyo's National Museum. These tools are more than 32,000 years old. {{fact
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  • ...ber countries of the OSCE are from [[Europe]], the [[Caucasus]], [[Central Asia]] and [[North America]]. The headquarters of OSCE are in [[Vienna]], [[Austria]]. There are more than 3,500 persons who work for OSC
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  • ...cing ''Homo neanderthalensis'' in [[Europe]] and the ''Homo erectus'' in [[Asia]]. ...as.org/cgi/content/full/96/13/7117 on-line]</ref> Skeletons had been found in other places since then.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://anthropology.si.edu/huma
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  • [[File:Rosetta Stone.JPG|thumb|230px|The Rosetta Stone in the British Museum]] ...nning to the present. As with all other national museums and art galleries in Britain, the Museum charges no admission fee.
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  • ...s a project of the [[United Nations]] [[Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific]] (UNESCAP). ...sed to make shipping faster and cheaper between Europe and Asia. Progress in developing the TAR was slowed by political and economic problems during the
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  • * [[Cork (city)]], a city in the Republic of Ireland * [[County Cork]], the largest and southernmost county in Ireland
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  • ...ranches. Charismatic Christians, at least in the beginning, tended to stay in their [[religious denomination|denomination]]s and did not divide away. ...st be obeyed in decisions of faith. In this [[majority]] group, [[speaking in tongues]] is the sign of the Baptism of the Holy Spirit and is not required
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  • ...as the [[United Nations]]. It is the most popular romanized Chinese system in the world nowadays. ...nese sounds. For example, the pinyin letter [[C]] is pronounced as /ts/ as in the English word "ca'''ts'''" or the Japanese word "'''ts'''unami", and doe
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  • * [[1855]]-[[1950s]]: [[bubonic plague]]: [[Third Pandemic]] ...]]-[[1920]]: [[avian flu]]: [[Spanish flu]]: more people were hospitalized in [[World War I]] from this epidemic than wounds. Estimates of the dead range
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  • |native_name = پنجاب<!-- for cities whose native name is not in English --> |image_map = Punjab in Pakistan (claims hatched).svg
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  • ...s]]. In 1968 Fatah joined the [[Palestinian Liberation Organization]], and in 1969 it got a leadership role.<ref>{{cite web ...reate the brigades, or make them the military of Fatah. Since 2002 leaders in Fatah have tried to get the brigades to stop attacking Israeli citizens.<re
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  • ...There are many different kinds of otters. Some live near [[river]]s, some in the [[sea]] ([[Sea Otter]]s). Otters live on every [[continent]] except for ...of time in water. They have a thick [[fur]] coat that keeps them warm even in freezing water. They have very soft, [[Thermal insulation|insulated]] under
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  • ...witzerland]] in 1954. [[Germany]] won the trophy after beating [[Hungary]] in the final. === Asia ===
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  • ...n 1909, Guccio Gucci opens a leather goods company and small luggage store in his native Florence.--> ...one of the most famous, successful, and easily recognizable fashion brands in the world.<ref>[http://www.essortment.com/lifestyle/allguccifashio_ttuf.htm
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  • ...e]] (1990)<br />[[File:Nobel prize medal.svg|20px]] [[Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences|Nobel memorial Prize]] (2007) ...rican]] [[economist]] and [[mathematician]]. He won the 2007 [[Nobel Prize in Economics]].<ref>NobelPrize.org, [http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/li
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  • ...States''' is what happened in the past in the [[United States]], a country in [[North America]]. ...d Age]] and the country developed one of the largest [[economy|economies]] in the world.
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  • ...an]] in [[China]].</ref> Fossil remains were found in [[Java]] (1890s) and in [[China]] (1921). Nearly all of them were lost during [[World War II]], but ...as believed that the first modern humans lived in [[Asia]]. But during the 1950s and 1970s, many fossil finds from East Africa ([[Kenya]]) showed that the o
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  • ...cadence|decadent]] by the country's rulers, the dress became popular again in the 1990s. ...ght|Portrait of Prince [[Tôn Thất Hiệp]] (1653–1675). He is dressed in a cross-collared robe (''[[áo giao lĩnh]]'') which was commonly worn by a
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  • ...Central Intelligence Agency|CIA]] and [[United Kingdom|Britain]]'s [[MI6]] in August 1953.<ref name="fisk">{{citeweb |url= http://www.arabnews.com/?page= ...[[government]]) the [[Anglo-Iranian Oil Company]], an [[oil]] [[company]] in Iran.
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  • ...= ریاست حیدرآباد<!-- for cities whose native name is not in English --> |footnotes = It has since been dissolved in 1956 and ceases to exist, but its revival is recognised only by Pakistan.
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  • |region = Asia ...deration|federal]] [[dominion]] in [[South Asia]] that was created in 1947 in the [[Partition of India|partition]] of [[British Raj|British India]] into
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  • ...to = ''"I would found an institution where any person can find instruction in any study."''<br />-[[Ezra Cornell]], 1865<ref name="motto" /> ...ation: "I would found an institution where any person can find instruction in any study."<ref name="motto">{{Cite web| url = http://www.news.cornell.edu/
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  • .../www.jsoccer.com/teams/ "Japan J.League Teams"]; retrieved 2012-7-5.</ref> in [[Osaka]].<ref name="soccerway">Soccerway.com, [https://int.soccerway.com/t The club was [[wikt:founded|founded]] in 1957.<ref name="soccerway"/>
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  • ...rocarbon]]s. The main component is [[methane]]. Natural gas is often found in the ground together with [[petroleum]]. The main difficulty in the use of natural gas is [[transportation]]. Natural gas [[pipeline]]s are
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  • ...hil, LAP, or LAPO''') is an [[United States|American]] [[orchestra]] based in [[Los Angeles, California|Los Angeles]], [[California]], [[United States]]. The orchestra was started in 1919 by William Andrews Clark. He was a business man who had a lot of money
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  • ...The club has a large base of supporters, possibly the most supported club in Saudi Arabia.{{citation needed|date=December 2018}} [[Category:1955 establishments in Asia]]
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  • ...a]]s, [[musical instruments]] and [[watch]]es. It was founded in 1946, and in 1957 released the first electric compact calculator. [[Category:1957 establishments in Asia]]
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  • ...[bird of prey]] in the family [[Accipitridae]]. It has a wide distribution in [[Eurasia]] and north [[Africa]]. ...p to 25% larger than the male. This is one of the biggest size differences in any bird species.
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  • *[[Benghazi Zoo]] (''"Il bosco" founded in 1956'') ==Asia==
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  • ...n network in the [[Philippines]] in [[Quezon City]]. It was started in the 1950s by [[Robert Larue Stewart]]. [[Category:1950s establishments in Asia]]
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  • ...''Nihon Ōdai Ichiran'' (''Annales des empereurs du Japon'') was published in 1834. It was translated by a Dutchman Isaac Titsingh ; this translation was ==First book of its kind in the West==
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  • |caption=A [[French Foreign Legion]] unit patrols in a communist controlled area. ...guyên Giáp]] on the other. Most of the fighting took place in [[Tonkin]] in Northern Vietnam, but the conflict spread over the entire country and also
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  • ...ngapura, Dec 05.JPG|thumb|300px|Plaza Singapura is a major shopping centre in this area]] ...Road''' is a street in [[Singapore]] that has many shopping centres. It is in the south of Singapore.
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  • |caption = A South Korean checkpoint in the DMZ. |caption2 = The Korean DMZ is shown in red with the Military Demarcation Line (MDL) shown with the black line.
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  • |caption=Luxembourgish soldier, part of B.U.N.C. in Korea, 1953 ...the [[Belgium|Belgian]] and Luxembourger soldiers who volunteered to fight in the [[Korean War]] (1950–1953).<ref>{{cite web
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  • '''Incheon''' (officially, Incheon Metropolitan City) is a major port city in [[South Korea]] and famous for [[Incheon International Airport]]. ...in South Korea, after [[Seoul]] and [[Busan]] and 2.6 million people lives in Incheon (2009).<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.index.go.kr/potal/main/EachD
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  • ...residency]], in 1906. The League played an important role during the 1940s in the [[Indian independence movement]]. It was a driving force behind the cr ...]] there. The Muslim League remained as a minor party in India, especially in [[Kerala]].
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  • '''Iran Air''' is an [[airline]] based in [[Iran]]. It is the [[flag carrier]] of Iran, and is owned by the [[governm ...s DC-3]] airplanes. Later, it bought other types of airplanes. By the late 1950s, Iran Air was moving 80,000 people each year.<ref name="rb">{{cite web|url=
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  • ...Anna Louise Strong at the time of her recall from the Seattle School Board in 1918.]] ...nd [[Activism|activist]] who reported on [[Communism|communist]] movements in the [[Union of Soviet Socialist Republics|Soviet Union]] and the [[People's
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  • |predecessor = The Tokyo Electric Light Company, Incorporated (founded in 1889) ...cho]], [[Chiyoda, Tokyo|Chiyoda]], [[Tokyo]]. It has international offices in [[Washington, D.C.]], and [[London]].
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  • | image= Robert Burns Woodward in 1965.jpg | prizes = [[National Medal of Science]] (1964)<br/> [[Nobel Prize in Chemistry]] (1965)<br/> [[Copley Medal]] (1978)
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  • In [[India]], some groups want separate countries for groups that have ethnic ...rrorist_outfits/ADF.htm|title=Arunachal Dragon Force (ADF)|publisher=South Asia Terrorist Portal|accessdate=2009-04-10}}</ref>
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  • ...mercial and industrial facilities throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. It owns more than 90 million square feet (8 million square meters) of spac ...e Galbraith Carey]], started the [[Gilman School]] for boys in Roland Park in 1897.<ref name="Baltimore Sun Obituary">[http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/o
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  • | image_map = Machida in Tokyo Prefecture Ja.svg | map_caption = Location of Machida in Tokyo
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  • ...=PA671&dq= "Museums"] in ''Japan Encyclopedia'', pp. 671-673.</ref> It is in [[Kanazawa, Ishikawa]], [[Japan]].<ref name="history">IPMA, [http://www.ish ...iginal building, a new one was built. The current structure was completed in 1983.<ref name="history"/>
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  • ...nstitution was written on 26 November 1949, and was made the center of law in 26 January 1950. ...with the Union of [[India]]. Even the challenge of framing a constitution in order to enable govern the country was also fulfilled.
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  • ....usgs.gov/earthquakes/world/10_largest_world.php|title=Largest Earthquakes in the World Since 1900|publisher=[[United States Geological Survey]]|date=Sep [[Category:1950s in China]]
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  • ...]] [[city]] of [[Cincinnati, Ohio]]. It claims to be the second oldest zoo in the United States because it opened 14 months after the [[Philadelphia Zoo] ...f the first to breed the American bison both in 1878. It is the only place in the Western Hemisphere where one, two, and three [[Sumatran Rhinoceros]]es
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  • ...vember 2018}} It is owned by the government of India. SBI headquarters are in [[Mumbai]]. ...othing else"<ref>Inter Publicity Pvt. Ltd. (Interpub), [http://interpub.co.in/content/?p=322 "SBI&mdash;Pure banking nothing else Campaign"]; retrieved 2
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  • ...round and [[convention center]] in north [[Tel Aviv]]. It was first opened in 1932 as [[Levant Fair]] at [[Tel Aviv Port]]. ...gol.jpg|thumb|250px|"Tel Aviv Pavilion" that was built 1959 and demolished in 2010
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  • ...a nie żyje |publisher=Wiadomosci.gazeta.pl |date= |accessdate=2013-01-02 (in Polish)}}</ref> ...nan]], 93, [[Americans|American]] [[economist]], winner 1986 [[Nobel Prize in Economics]], natural causes.<ref>{{cite news |url= https://www.nytimes.com/
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  • '''Japan Airlines''' is an airline founded in 1951. Its headquarters are in [[Shinagawa, Tokyo]], [[Japan]]. The airline and four of its sub-airlines ( ...012|publisher=|via=www.reuters.com}}</ref> It finally rose from bankruptcy in April 2011. <ref>{{cite web|url=https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/repo
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  • ...re-kindergarten through 12th grade. It is the largest international school in the United States. ...w high school building, in 1995 pre-school classrooms were added. Finally, in 2009, Awty opened athletic stadium with a soccer field, track, and tennis c
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  • ...mber institute under the Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme in India (11 colleges were selected from Tamil Nadu). * {{Official website|http://www.accet.in/}}
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  • | pushpin_map_alt = Location in [[Iran]] | established_date = 1950s
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  • ...and became the largest shareholder, but the [[Asahi Shinbun]] purchased it in 1997. TV Asahi was invaded also by the [[right-wing]] [[yakuza]] and a pres [[Category:1957 establishments in Asia]]
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  • ...''', is a small island at the western edge of the [[South China Sea]]. It in the eastern entrance of the Straits of Singapore.<ref name="mofa">Singapore The island was the subject of a dispute between [[Malaysia]] and Singapore. In 2008, the [[International Court of Justice]] (ICJ) ruled that Pedra Branca
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