The Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction is a political party in the Gambia. Founded by army officers who staged a coup in 1994, it was the dominant ruling party from 1996 until 2016 with president Yahya Jammeh, it was formed in 1996 to support army leader Yahya Jammeh's campaign for the 1996 elections. It garners high support among voters from Jammeh's Jola ethnic group. Most appointed APRC government officials were from this group as well. Jammeh won the 2001 presidential elections with 52.8% of the popular vote. In National Assembly elections in 2002, the party won 45 of 48 seats, 33 of them unopposed; the elections were boycotted by the oppositional United Democratic Party. APRC candidate and incumbent Yahya Jammeh won a third five-year term in presidential elections held on 22 September 2006, receiving 67.3% of the vote. The APRC won 42 of 48 seats in the 25 January 2007 National Assembly election and 43 of 48 seats in the 29 March 2012 National Assembly election. In the 2016 presidential elections, for the first time since taking power in the 1996 presidential elections, APRC incumbent Jammeh lost the presidency to coalition challenger Adama Barrow, garnering only 39.6% of the vote to Barrow's 43.3%.
In the 2017 parliamentary elections, the APRC lost much of its support, while its long-time rival United Democratic Party gained a landslide victory
Mehdi Fennouche is an Algerian professional footballer who plays as a winger. He made his professional debut for Toulouse on September 20, 2013, against Saint-Étienne, replacing Wissam Ben Yedder in the 82nd minute. Fennouche represented Algeria at the under-20 level, he signed for AFC Tubize on 1 September 2014. In January 2017, Fennouche signed for Bulgarian First League club Lokomotiv Gorna Oryahovitsa, he left the club at the end of the season following the relegation to Second League and joined fellow top flight club Vereya in July 2017, after a successful trial period. On 8 January 2018, Fennouche signed with another Bulgarian club. On 17 February, he made his debut in a 1–4 home defeat by Beroe. Mehdi Fennouche – French league stats at LFP Mehdi Fennouche at DZFoot.com Mehdi Fennouche at Soccerway
Charles FitzRoy, 3rd Baron Southampton was a British peer. The son of George FitzRoy, 2nd Baron Southampton, he succeeded his father in 1810, he was the grandson of Charles FitzRoy, 1st Baron Southampton and Anne Warren, the daughter and co-heir of Adml. Sir Peter Warren and a descendant of the Schuyler family, the Van Cortlandt family, the Delancey family, all from British North America. On 23 February 1826, he married Harriet Stanhope, granddaughter of William Stanhope, 2nd Earl of Harrington, she died in 1860. Southampton took his seat in the House of Lords on 10 June 1828, he was a Whig in politics but, having voted against the Reform Act 1832, he became a Conservative. He was Lord Lieutenant from 1867 until his death, his seat was Whittlebury Lodge, Northamptonshire. In 1842, after being Master of the Quorn Hunt from 1827 to 1831, he took over the Mastership of the Grafton Hunt from George FitzRoy, 4th Duke of Grafton, his father's cousin, remained its Master until 1862. On his retirement from the Mastership of the Quorn Hunt he sold that pack to Sir Harry Goodricke, 7th Bt.
For the Grafton he bought hounds from the brewery magnate Harvey Combe, who had purchased them from the renowned sportsman George Osbaldeston. Lord Southampton hunted the Grafton pack at his own cost, without subscription from any members of the Hunt. William Webb depicted him as Master of the Grafton Hunt about 1845. Whittlebury was central to the Grafton Hunt, it was on the FitzRoy estate of the Duke of Grafton. On 25 February 1862 he married Ismania Catherine Nugent, by whom he had five children: Hon. Ismay Mary Helen Augusta FitzRoy, married Rev. Lord Charles Edward FitzRoy. Hon. Edward Algernon FitzRoy, Speaker of the British House of Commons from 1928 until his death, from whom Viscount Daventry descends, it is an extraordinary fact that, although the 3rd Lord Southampton was born in 1804, his elder son and heir did not die until 1958. • Burke's Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage,107th edition, 2003, vol. 3 • Burke’s Peerage & Gentry, at www.burkespeerage.com • Debrett's Peerage & Baronetage, 1995 • Cracroft's Peerage, at www.cracroftspeerage.co.uk • Leigh Rayment's Peerage Page, at www.leighrayment.com • www.thepeerage.com • J.
M. K. Elliott, Fifty Years’ Fox-Hunting with the Grafton and Other Packs of Hounds, 1900. • Bernard Falk, The Royal FitzRoys. Dukes of Grafton Through Four Centuries, 1950