Rwanda has been the center of much international attention since the war and genocide of 1994. The country is an active member of the United Nations, having presided over the Security Council during part of 1995 and again in 2013-2014; the UN assistance mission in Rwanda, a UN Chapter 6 peace-keeping operation, involved personnel from more than a dozen countries. Most of the UN development and humanitarian agencies have had a large presence in Rwanda. During the height of the crisis, a three-month period in 1994, the UN removed most of its peacekeepers, all other formal foreign support fled as well; the only other nation to directly involve itself at that point was France. While the Rwandan Civil War was a complex sequence of violent episodes which included killers and victims on all sides, most historians agree with RPF's assertions that the 1994 genocide was a deliberate, methodical Hutu campaign to exterminate the Tutsis, that plans for the genocide were well known in advance by European, UN officials.
While formal foreign assistance evaporated at the height of the emergency, more than 200 non-governmental organizations were carrying out humanitarian operations. Several west European and African nations, People's Republic of China, Libya, the Holy See, the European Union maintain diplomatic missions in Kigali. Rwanda is a member of the United Nations, African Union, Commonwealth of Nations since November 2009; the country is a member of the Port Management Association of Eastern and Southern Africa. List of diplomatic missions in Rwanda List of diplomatic missions of Rwanda
Tanya Torres is a Puerto Rican artist and poet. After being born in New York, her family moved back to San Germán, Puerto Rico where she grew up until she was 15 years old and returned to New York, she received her B. A. in Art Education at the City College of New York and was offered a scholarship for an M. F. A. in Printmaking with a minor in Painting. In 1997 she moved to El Barrio, her artwork has been presented at the United Nations Organization, the Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library, the Museum of the 19th Century Dominican Family in Santo Domingo, the Porta Coeli Museum of the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture, the Prague Congress Centre in the Czech Republic, among other cultural institutions. Torres is the force behind "Children Without a Nationality" project which she describes as: "The idea came about when I told a friend that I was going to exhibit the Battle Body pieces in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, she told me that she had found out that children born of Haitian parents in the Dominican Republic do not have the right to Dominican citizenship and live in the worst conditions."
Kanniyakumari railway station is a railway terminus of the Indian Railways serving the coastal city of Kanyakumari in the state of Tamil Nadu. It is a part of the Thiruvananthapuram railway division of Southern Railway zone. It's the southernmost railway station in India; the Kanyakumari rail station is located in the heart of Kanniyakumari and is only 1 kilometre away from Kanniyakumari beach. Several express trains connect Kanyakumari with the rest of India. Two of the longest trains operated by the Indian Railways — Dibrugarh–Kanyakumari Vivek Express 4,283 kilometres and Himsagar Express 3,789 kilometres depart from here, it has daily trains to Chennai and Mumbai as well as direct trains for Rameswaram, New Delhi, Jammu, Thiruvananthapuram and other cities. Kanniyakumari railway station at the India Rail Info
Maicosuel Reginaldo de Matos, known as Maicosuel, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for São Paulo as an attacking midfielder. Maicosuel was born in São Paulo. After good performances playing for Paraná Clube, he was acquired by Cruzeiro in 2007. Despite great expectations, he never secured a position in the squad and was used as a back-up until June 2008, when he was bought by Traffic Sports, an investor group, left Cruzeiro to join Palmeiras. After an unsuccessful spell at Palmeiras Maicosuel joined Botafogo in 2009. At Botafogo Maicosuel played at top level and with only five months at Botafogo he was elected the best player of the Rio de Janeiro State League. On 21 May 2009, TSG 1899 Hoffenheim signed "Mago" from Botafogo for €4.5 million on a five-year contract. In the summer of 2010 he returned to Botafogo. On 13 July 2012, Maicosuel signed a five-year deal with Italian club Udinese, he had a promising start as he scored on his Serie A debut against ACF Fiorentina, but soon afterwards his error from the penalty spot against Sporting Braga was decisive as Udinese lost the penalty shootout which would have granted the Italian team access to the group phase of the 2012–13 UEFA Champions League.
Maicosuel was the only player to miss his penalty, attempting a Panenka chip that goalkeeper Beto caught. Braga would go on to win the shootout 5–4. On 26 May 2014 Maicosuel returned to Brazil, joining Atlético Mineiro on a five-year deal for a fee of €3.3 million. The player had some good appearances on the second half of 2014, scoring in the Recopa Sudamericana against Lanús and in the Copa do Brasil semifinals against Flamengo, both competitions the club went on to win, but failed to secure a regular place in the team's starting eleven. In 2015, despite some good performances such as a brace against Internacional in early July, Maicosuel still could not make it as a first squad regular, he was loaned to Emirati club Al Sharjah SCC in late July, on a year-long deal worth €1.8 million. On January 29, 2018, after only seven months playing for São Paulo, Maicosuel is out of plans of club. Twelve days before, He played his last match for Tricolor, when team lost by 2-0 for São Bento, the opening round of 2018 São Paulo State League.
As of 1 December 2014 His name represents an unusual phonetic spelling of "Maxwell". Paraná Clube Campeonato Paranaense: 2006Cruzeiro Campeonato Mineiro: 2008Atlético Mineiro Recopa Sudamericana: 2014 Copa do Brasil: 2014 Campeonato Mineiro: 2015, 2017Grêmio Recopa Sudamericana: 2018
The 2011–12 season was Valencia Club de Fútbol's 94th in existence and the club's 25th consecutive season in the top flight of Spanish football. The season was the fourth season of Unai Emery in front of team; the numbers are established according to the official website: www.valenciacf.comNote: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Notes:, debut in first team in an official match Total expenditure: €27,400,000 Total income: €40,500,000 Source: Valencia CF Official Website Goals for goalkeepers are goals against Includes all competitive matches; the list is sorted by shirt number. Source: Competitive matches and ValenciaCF.com, LFP.esOrdered by, = Number of bookings.
Source: Competitions Source: Fiendlies Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Official website
Premier Tower is mixed-use skyscraper under construction on the corner of Bourke Street and Spencer Street, in Melbourne, Australia. Designed by Elenberg Fraser, plans for a 294-metre tall building with 90-storeys were proposed in 2014. In May 2015, Planning Minister Richard Wynne approved the development, which now consists of a 249–metre high residential and hotel skyscraper of 78 levels; when built, Premier Tower will become one of the tallest buildings in Melbourne. According to Elenberg Fraser, the design of the building was in part inspired by the music video of "Ghost" by Beyoncé. Early construction on the project commenced in January 2017; the skyscraper is developed by the Fragrance Group, will cost AUD$350 million to construct. Official website