El Alamein is a town in the northern Matrouh Governorate of Egypt. Located on the Arab's Gulf, Mediterranean Sea, it lies 106 kilometres west of Alexandria and 240 kilometres northwest of Cairo; as of 2007, it had a population of 7,397 inhabitants. El Alamein has a war museum with other North African battles. Visitors can go to the Italian and German military cemeteries on Tel el-Eisa Hill outside the town; the German cemetery is an ossuary, built in the style of a medieval fortress. The Italian cemetery is a mausoleum containing 5,200 tombs. Many tombs bear the soldier's name. There is a separate Greek cemetery at El Alamein. There is a Commonwealth war cemetery and maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, with graves of soldiers from various countries who fought on the Allied side. Buried here are 6,425 identified Commonwealth service personnel and 815 unidentified ones, besides 102 of other nationalities; these include four Victoria Cross recipients: Private Percival Gratwick, Australian Imperial Force Private Arthur Stan Gurney, Australian Imperial Force Sergeant William Bill Kibby, Australian Imperial Force Private Adam Wakenshaw, Durham Light InfantryOthers buried here include Squadron Leader George Barclay, RAF Battle of Britain fighter pilot Major Henry Rew, Royal Tank RegimentThis has monuments commemorating Greek, New Zealand, South African and Canadian forces.
The cemetery entrance is through the Alamein Memorial and there is a separate Alamein Cremation Memorial to 603 Commonwealth service personnel who died in Egypt and Libya and were cremated in line with their religion. The names of 213 Canadian airmen appear on the Alamein Memorial in Egypt; the cemetery was designed by Sir J. Hubert Worthington. El Alamein has a hot desert climate Köppen climate classification BWh, in common with most of the Middle East and north Africa. However, like the rest of the northern coast of Egypt, its climate is less hot, compared to the rest of Egypt, because of the prevailing Mediterranean Sea winds. Two important World War II battles were fought in the area: At the First Battle of El Alamein the advance of Axis troops on Alexandria was blunted by the Allies, stopping the German Panzers that were trying to outflank the Allies position. At the Second Battle of El Alamein Allied forces broke the Axis line and forced them all the way back to Tunisia. Winston Churchill, the British Prime Minister at the time, said of this victory: "Now this is not the end, it is not the beginning of the end.
But it is the end of the beginning." After the war, he wrote:. After Alamein, we never had a defeat." El Alamein Fountain El Alamein International Airport Enham Alamein Marina El Alamein Media related to El Alamein at Wikimedia Commons Falling Rain Genomics, Inc. "Geographical information on Al `Alamayn, Egypt". Retrieved 29 March 2008. Matteo Ferrari. "El Alamein photos: Commonwealth war cemetery and German memorial, El Alamein war museum, Egypt". Retrieved 4 September 2011
Tenaris S. A. is a global manufacturer and supplier of steel pipes and related services for the energy industry with nearly 21,750 employees around the world. It is a majority-owned subsidiary company of the Techint Group, which has interests in steel, energy and construction and industrial equipment, it is headquartered in Luxembourg and is a supplier of welded steel pipes for gas pipelines in South America. It has manufacturing facilities in Argentina, Canada, Colombia, Japan, Mexico and the US, customer service centers in over 20 countries. Tenaris has an annual production capacity of 3.3 million tons of seamless, 2.8 million tons of welded pipes, annual consolidated net sales in excess of US$12.1 billion and 19,400 employees worldwide. In 2007 Tenaris bought Hydril and split the premium connections from pressure control side of the business; the pressure control business was sold to GE Oil and Gas in April 2008. The company's CEO is Paolo Rocca. In March 2019, Tenaris announced a $1.2 billion deal to acquire IPSCO Tubulars from Russian steelmaker OAO TMK.
On 17 May 2011, Tenaris agreed to pay the US Department of Justice US$8.9 million in the first deferred prosecution agreement with the Securities and Exchange Commission. A settlement was reached after Tenaris voluntarily disclosed details of illicit payments made to officials of an Uzbek state-controlled oil firm which were not properly recorded in the company's financial statements. According to the Department of Justice, Tenaris paid bribes through local agents to obtain competitor’s bid information, which it used to submit revised bids in order to secure tenders. An official at the Department of Justice said: "The company's immediate self-reporting, thorough internal investigation, full cooperation with SEC staff, enhanced anti-corruption procedures and enhanced training made it an appropriate candidate for the Enforcement Division's first Deferred Prosecution Agreement." On 24 December 2013, over 100 disgruntled ex-employees of Tenaris Tamsa in Veracruz stormed the facilities and were attacked with sticks and stones by supporters of the worker's union, "Sindicato Union y Progreso", or SNUP.
These workers had been dismissed by the company in 2012 for their violence after attempting to elect a new union leader, Jose Carlos Guevara Moreno, "El Profe", Pascual Lagunes Ochoa, who as of April 2016 remains as the union leader of SNUP, attends and speaks at public events. The ex-employees are in a legal battle against the company, having been denied their severance, they have requested that it be audited by Hacienda, the tax collection branch of the government. Ternium Official website
Alice Cooper: Live at Montreux 2005 is a live video and album release by Alice Cooper. It was released worldwide in May 2006 as a combined CD package. In 2014 it was issued as a limited double vinyl release for Record Store Day under the title'Live In Switzerland 2005'; the concert was filmed and recorded on July 12, at the 2005 Montreux Jazz Festival in Montreux, Switzerland, at the Stravinski Auditorium, as part of Cooper's "Dirty Diamonds" World Tour. Opening credits – 0:16 "Department of Youth" – 2:40 "No More Mr. Nice Guy" – 3:04 "Dirty Diamonds" – 3:45 "Billion Dollar Babies" – 3:34 "Be My Lover" – 3:18 "Lost in America" – 4:31 "I Never Cry" – 2:50 "Woman of Mass Distraction" – 3:53 "I'm Eighteen" – 4:14 "Between High School and Old School" – 2:51 "What Do You Want from Me?" – 3:19 "Is It My Body?" – 3:00 "Go to Hell" – 2:56 "The Black Widow – 2:54 "Drum Solo" – 3:10 "Gimme" – 2:59 "Feed My Frankenstein" – 3:22 "Welcome to My Nightmare" – 2:57 "The Awakening" – 4:14 "Steven" – 1:47 "Only Women Bleed" – 3:46 "Ballad of Dwight Fry"–4:03 "Killer" – 2:24 "I Love the Dead" – 2:23 "School's Out" – 4:59 "Poison" – 4:52 "Wish I Were Born in Beverly Hills" – 3:09 "Under My Wheels" – 4:40 Closing credits – 1:24 "Department of Youth" – 2:40 "No More Mr. Nice Guy" – 3:04 "Dirty Diamonds" – 3:43 "Billion Dollar Babies" – 3:25 "Be My Lover" – 3:17 "Lost in America" – 4:21 "I Never Cry" – 2:45 "Woman of Mass Distraction" – 3:46 "I'm Eighteen" – 4:11 "Between High School and Old School" – 2:53 "What Do You Want from Me?"
– 3:16 "Is It My Body?" – 2:51 "Gimme" – 2:57 "Feed My Frankenstein" – 3:38 "Welcome to My Nightmare" – 2:35 "School's Out" – 4:36 "Poison" – 4:42 "Wish I Were Born in Beverly Hills" – 3:11 "Under My Wheels" – 4:12