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  • ...ber states participate in the [[United Nations System]] through membership in the [[International Atomic Energy Agency]] or one of the [[List of speciali * Membership in the [[European Union]],{{efn|name="EU"}} where applicable,
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  • |pushpin_map_caption=Location in Brazil |subdivision_name1 = [[Southern Region, Brazil|South]]
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  • ...z.com/hasen/spages/1052299.html |title= Israel launches a ground operation in the Gaza Strip |date= January 3, 2009 |accessdate= 2009-01-03 |publisher= H * [[January 15]] – [[US Airways Flight 1549]], crash-lands in the [[Hudson River]] near [[Manhattan]]. All 155 people leave the airplane
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  • {{C18 year in topic}} ...ar 2000 is regarded as the first year of the [[3rd millennium]] and [[21st century]].
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  • * [[1392]] - [[Emperor Kameyama]] of [[Japan]] abdicates the throne in favour of his arch-rival [[Emperor Go-Komatsu]]. ...[[Tokugawa shogunate]], who in effect rule Japan until the mid-Nineteenth century.
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  • |conventional_long_name = South Korea |image_flag = Flag of Korea.svg
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  • * [[1813]] – [[War of 1812]]: In [[Canada]], [[United States|American]] forces capture [[Fort George]]. ...896]] – The [[Fujita scale|F5]]-strength [[East St. Louis Tornado]] hits in [[East Saint Louis, Illinois]], and [[St. Louis, Missouri]], killing 255 pe
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  • ...Act, requiring that all goods bound for American colonies have to be sent in [[England|English]] [[ship]]s from English ports. * [[1689]] {{ndash}} The [[Jacobite]] Army defeats [[Government]] forces in the [[Battle of Killiecrankie]].
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  • ...'' ('''[[Roman numerals|MMXII]]''') was a [[leap year starting on Sunday]] in the [[Gregorian calendar]]. ...nuclear disaster at [[Fukushima nuclear disaster|Fukushima]] in [[Japan]] in [[2011]], and the nuclear threat level.
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  • | country = South Korea ...rth_other = {{flagicon|KOR}} [[Korea Republic national football team|South Korea]]
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  • ...aturday]] in the [[Gregorian calendar]]. It is the 12th year in the [[21st century]]. According to the [[North Korea]]n [[Minguo calendar]], this was Juche year 100. This year was also the 100
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  • [[File:IR15 - Inder.jpg|thumb|250px|Soldiers from India, prisoners of Germany in [[World War I]]]] ...7904010}}</ref> Nowadays prisoners of war have [[rights]] that are stated in the [[Geneva Conventions]] and other [[laws of war]].
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  • ...uman]] race. This includes the time from prehistory to the end of the 20th century and excludes [[natural history]] before the development of [[Human|human be ...replacing ''Homo neanderthalensis'' in [[Europe]] and the ''Homo erectus'' in [[Asia]].
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  • *[[Twenty-first dynasty of Egypt|21st dynasty]] (1069 - 945 BC) * [[Almoravid dynasty]] (1073-1147) (also in [[Al-Andalus]])
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  • ==17th century and earlier== ...pire]]). Deadliest riots in world history, with an estimated 30,000 killed in the [[Hippodrome]].
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  • Figures below are in accordance with ''Church’s Book of Statistics'', at the end of 2014.<ref> ...enit.org/articles/why-so-many-rites-in-the-church/|title=Why So Many Rites in the Church – ZENIT – English|publisher=}}</ref>
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  • |Officially opened by = [[President of South Korea|President]] [[Moon Jae-in]] ...line for bids was January 2009. The winning city, [[Pyeongchang]], [[South Korea]], was announced on July 6, 2011.
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  • ...date=2010-01-04}}</ref> It is the tallest [[structure]] made by [[human]]s in the [[world]]. The building is more than {{convert|300|m|ft}} taller than [ The main [[contractor]] was [[Samsung C&T]] of [[South Korea]]. They also built the [[Taipei 101]] and [[Petronas Twin Towers]].<ref nam
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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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  • ...n Baer Types Principaux des Differents Race Humaines.jpg|thumb|In the 19th century it was common to classify people by race. This shows such a classification; ...:Racistcampaignposter1.jpg|thumb|A racist poster for elections in Georgia, in 1866]]
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