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Foreign relations of Sudan

The foreign relations of Sudan are in line with the Muslim Arab world, but are based on Sudan's economic ties with the People's Republic of China and Russia. List of diplomatic missions in Sudan List of diplomatic missions of Sudan North/South Sudan Abyei Boundary Tribunal, including H. E. Former ICJ President Stephen M. Schwebel and H. E. Vice-President Awn Shawkat Al-Khasawneh and Final Abyei Boundary Award of 22 July 2009 and UNSG Ban Ki-Moon's Statement Commends the Abyei Award and Hague Final Abyei Ruling Raises Big Peace Hopes in Sudan and BBC and GAR and Justice Portal and SPLM-NPC Joint Statement on the Abyei Award's Implementation and USA, EU and Others Welcome PCA Verdict on Abyei and Ruling on Oil Region Boilsters Peace in Sudan and GOSS and Abyei Boundary Arbitration Homepage 3 July 2008 UN SRSG for Sudan Praises Abyei Progress of 11 September 2008 Parties Deposit Abyei Arbitration Agreement and Designate Agents of 2 October 2008 31 October 2008 Norway's Contribution to the PCA Fund for North and South Sudan of 18 December 2008 Sudan Applauds U.

S. President Obama of 22 January 2009 and the White House the Abyei Tribunal's Schedule for the Written Pleadings and Oral Hearing Abyei Hearing Schedule, 18-23 April 2009 Live Webstream Abyei Hearing Proceeds Following Expense Row of 17 April 2009 Oral Hearing of Abyei Arbitration Begin on 18 April 2009 Anniversary of Comprehensive Peace Agreement Between North and South Sudan of 7 January 2009 FCO Sudanese-U. S. Foreign Relations from the Dean Peter Krogh Foreign Affairs Digital Archives BBC of 9 January 2009

Antonio Agliardi

Antonio Agliardi was an Italian Roman Catholic Cardinal and papal diplomat. Agliardi was born in what is now the Province of Bergamo, he studied theology and canon law, after acting as parish priest in his native diocese for twelve years was sent by the pope to Canada as a bishop's chaplain. On his return he was appointed secretary to the Congregation of the Propaganda. In 1884, he was created by Pope Leo XIII Archbishop of Caesarea in partibus and sent to India as an Apostolic Delegate to report on the establishment of the hierarchy there. In 1887 he again visited India; the same year he was appointed secretary of the Congregation super negotiis ecclesiae extraordinariis. In 1889 he became papal Apostolic Nuncio in 1892 at Vienna. Allowing himself to be involved in the ecclesiastical disputes that divided Hungary in 1895, he was made the subject of formal complaint by the Hungarian government and in 1896 was recalled. In the consistory of 1896 he was elevated to Cardinal-Priest of Santi Nereo e Achilleo.

In 1899 he was made Cardinal Bishop of Albano. In 1903, he was named vice-chancellor of the Catholic Church, became the Chancellor of the Apostolic Chancery in the Secretariat of State in 1908, he was buried in Bergamo. Agliardi's episcopal lineage, or apostolic succession was: This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed.. "Agliardi, Antonio". Encyclopædia Britannica. 1. Cambridge University Press. P. 377. This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed.. "Agliardi, Antonio". Encyclopædia Britannica. London & New York. P. 71. Catholic-Hierarchy.org

Westward Whoa

Westward Whoa is an animated short film in the Looney Tunes series. It marks the final appearance of spotted St. Bernard puppies Ham and Ex, the penultimate for Beans and Little Kitty, it is the last cartoon where Porky Pig is the co-star to Beans. The film is in the public domain. Beans and his companions are exploring in a wagon train. At the front, Beans plays an accordion, Little Kitty strums a banjo; the two sing while the rest harmonize. Soon the travellers enjoy their night. Ham and Ex sneak out to explore a bit, but they notice some feathers around a boulder and raise an alarm of Native Americans; when Beans shoots at the feathers it is revealed to be a turkey. Ham and Ex of course knew Beans warns them not to create any more false alarms. Just to spice up their little adventure and to entertain themselves, Ham and Ex perform the Indian charge call; this raises another alarm, so Ham and Ex hide in the woods and stumble into an actual Native. The Native gives chase. No one believes and this is another of their pranks.

Ham and Ex hide themselves in a chest. Shortly the whole Native tribe arrives; the explorers manage to counter the invasion, while Ex get nabbed by one of the Natives. Beans rescues them by tossing a foothold trap at their captive; as the pups watch Beans he plays a little prank on them with a holler call. Westward Whoa on IMDb

Udari Warnakulasooriya

Udari Chamika Warnakulasooriya is a Sri Lankan actress in Sri Lankan cinema and television. She is best known for the roles in television serials such as Bonda Pini. Udari was born on 22 March 1988 in Negambo, her father is Greshan Fernando and mother is Chitra Pushpakanthi. He has Chamika Haritha, she is a past pupil of Ave Maria Convent Negombo. Udari was a member of the Western and Eastern bands in school and a member of the Western Folk Band as well, she played several sports in the school and was a member of school's netball team, cricket team, elle team and volleyball team. After school times, she received her degree in child psychology from American College of Higher education, she is married to Sujith Indeewara Wijeratne, a doctor, the couple has one daughter, Shenarya Umeily. In 2003, she won Dance Talent Crown at the Contest Fiesta Beauty Competition, which makes the pathway in modeling career, she became a finalist of the competition. During that event, she won many categories including, Miss Talent, Beautiful Legs, Miss Popular and Miss clearness Face.

In 2015, she won the competition. During that event, she won events, such as Mrs Talent, Beautiful Skin, Mrs Elegance and Mrs Popular. In 2010, Udari tried to steal finished articles of clothing from an ODEL dress outlet, she was convicted of the two offences of theft of valuable women's clothing valued at LKR 17,500. Colombo Chief Magistrate sentenced of 1 year of 6 months jail in which she filed action against Odel clothing stating that she was harassed after the theft incidence. Before entering into drama field, she acted in many television commercials such as Holcim and Nestlé, she appeared in music videos, one in Daddy's Borukari and in Sanka Dineth's Adare Oba Ai Hera Giye. She hosted the musical program Juke Box, telecasted in TV Derana. At the age of 19, she made her debut cinema acting through Udayakantha Warnasuriya's film Paya Enna Hiru Se. In the film, she acted opposite to Ranjan Ramanayake. Udari made her first television appearance through Chandika Senanayake's mega teledrama Bonda Meedum.

She played as the main protagonist Sansala along with Saranga Disasekara. The drama gained huge popularity throughout the country and Udari was nominated as most popular actress in many local television award festivals. Adara Desak Ahas Maliga Binara Malee Bonda Meedum Hiddalaya Kalu Araliya Pini Sansararanya Asabada Sayuri Sihina Piyapath Wandana No. Denotes the Number of Sri Lankan film in the Sri Lankan cinema. Gossip of Udari Our Family is not broken Udari Goes Back To History With Racy Costumes Udari Family Trip Photos

Tareythang

Tareythang is a small village located near Pakyong sub division at the East district of Sikkim state in India. This village is about 250 m above sea level with a sub-tropical climate, it is just 12 kilometer far away from Pakyong. In electoral roll of 2011, Tareythang comes under the Assembly Constituency of Chujachen; the legends of the village says that the name Tareythang comes from two words'Tarey' which means the Tarey Bhir and the word'Thang' means the plain land. It means. Nepali-speaking people comprising Bahun, Chettri and Sunar constitutes the majority of the population at Tareythang. People are engaged in primary sector like house farming, pitty business, Horticulture etc. Most of the youngsters are away from the village because of their job. Youngsters from the village are engaged in Govt. Sector in Capital city Gangtok and some other states as well as abroad for their studies & job. There is a Government school too in the middle of the village. People engaged in agriculture produce as their main crops every year is Paddy, millet, vegetables products & less quantity of cardamom.

As per the report of Sikkim Statistical Journal, published from Department of Economics, Monitoring & Evaluation, Government of Sikkim, Tareythang has a total area of 223.17 Hactare and is located at an average elevation of 333 metres. As of 2011 India census, Tareythang had a total 161 household and a population of 736. Males population counts females 366 respectively, it has an average literacy rate of 84.78%, higher than the state average of 81.42%: male literacy is 93.43%, female literacy is 75.78%. In Tareythang village population of children with age 0-6 is 79 which makes up 10.73% of total population of village. Average Sex Ratio of Tareythang village is 989, higher than Sikkim state average of 890. Child Sex Ratio for the Tareythang as per census is 1257, higher than Sikkim average of 957. According to the 2011 Census, Tareythang data are as under: As per 2011 census, Schedule Caste constitutes 13.04% while Schedule Tribe were 0.95% of total population in Tareythang village. As per official census data of 2011, in Tareythang out of total population of 736, 361 were engaged in work activities.

68.14% of workers describe their work as Main Work while 31.86% were involved in Marginal activity providing livelihood for less than 6 months. Of 361 workers engaged in Main Work, 121 were cultivators. Late Trilochan Pokhrel, the first Sikkimese freedom fighter in the Indian National freedom movement belongs from this village. Late Bidhyapati Kafley great Astrologer belongs from this village. Octagenarian Tulsi Prasad Sharma, former senior bureaucrat of Government of Sikkim hails from here. Late Radha Krishna Sharma, a great writer of Nepali literature famously known for his nepali Noble " Bhanna Nasakeka Kura" and the editor of Nepali language textbooks of Central Board of Secondary Education too has his ancestry linked with this place. Raju Kafley, son of Late Khom Nath Kafley, who directed Hindi feature film "Nirankush" along with saveral entertainment projects in Bollywood.

Keith Rossiter

Keith Rossiter is an Irish hurler and a selector with the Wexford senior hurling team. He plays for Wexford Senior Championship club Oulart-the Ballagh and was a member of the Wexford senior hurling team for 12 seasons, during which time he lined out as a full-back; as a student at the Waterford Institute of Technology, Rossiter became involved in hurling as a member of the Waterford IT freshers' team. He joined the senior hurling team during his second year. On 6 March 2004, Rossiter lined out at centre-back when the Waterford Institute of Technology faced University College Cork in the Fitzgibbon Cup final, he ended the game with his first winners' medal as Waterford IT retained the title following an 0-11 to 0-09 victory. On 4 March 2006, Rossiter played in a second Fitzgibbon Cup final in three years. Lining out at right corner-back he claimed a second winners' medal after a 4-13 to 0-08 defeat of University College Dublin. Rossiter joined the Oulart-the Ballagh club at a young age and played in every grade at juvenile and underage levels.

He enjoyed championship success in the under-21 grade before becoming a member of the club's senior team. On 17 October 2004, Rossiter lined out at full-back when Oulart-the Ballagh faced reigning-champions Rathnure in the Wexford Senior Championship final, he ended the game with a winners' medal following the 1-17 to 1-10 victory. Oulart-the Ballagh qualified for a second successive final on 23 October 2005 with Rossiter once again lining out at full-back, he claimed a second successive winners' medal after the 1-15 to 1-09 victory over St. Martin's. Rossiter lined out in a third successive final on 16 October 2006 with Rathnure providing the opposition. After starting the game at full-back he was switched to midfield to curb the influence of Paul Codd, the game ended in a draw. Rossiter was switched to right corner-back for the replay on 22 October 2006, however, he ended the game on the losing side after a 1-12 to 0-06 defeat. On 21 October 2007, Rossiter lined out at centre-back in a fourth successive final when Oulart-the Ballagh faced Buffer's Alley.

He claimed a third winners' medal following the 4-14 to 2-06 victory. Oulart-the Ballagh qualified for a fifth successive final on 3 November 2008 with St. Martin's providing the opposition. Rossiter was switched from being a defender to centre-forward, however, he was held scoreless in the 1-13 to 1-08 defeat. Rossiter was moved back to his more regular position of centre-back when Oulart-the Ballagh faced Buffer's Alley in a second final in three years on 11 October 2009, he ended the game with a fourth winners' medal following the 3-12 to 1-13 victory. On 10 October 2010, Rossiter captained the team when Oulart-the Ballagh faced St. Martin's in the final once again, he ended the game with a fifth winners' medal following the 1-14 to 0-06 victory. Rossiter was again at full-back when Oulart-the Ballagh suffered a 0-14 to 1-08 defeat by O'Loughlin Gaels in the Leinster final on 30 January 2011. Rossiter was selected at full-back when Oulart-the Ballagh faced Rathnure in the final on 9 October 2011.

He claimed a sixth winners' medal following the 1-10 to 0-11 victory. On 27 November 2011, Rossiter lined out in a second successive Leinster final but ended on the losing side once again following a 1-15 to 1-11 defeat by Coolderry. On 14 October 2012, Rossiter captained Oulart-the Ballagh against Faythe Harriers in the Wexford Senior Championship final, he was described as having an "inspirational game" at full-back and collected a seventh winners' medal following the 2-12 to 0-13 victory. On 9 December 2012, Rossiter was again at full-back when Oulart-the Ballagh suffered a 1-12 to 0-11 defeat by Kilcormac/Killoughey in the Leinster final. On 20 October 2013, Rossiter lined out at full-back when Oulart-the Ballagh took on Ferns St. Aidan's in the 2013 Wexford Senior Championship final, he collected an eighth winners' medal following the 3-12 to 1-16 victory. On 1 December 2013, Rossiter was again at full-back when Oulart-the Ballagh suffered an 0-11 to 0-08 defeat by Mount Leinster Rangers in a fourth successive Leinster final.

Rossiter lined out in an 11th Wexford Senior Championship final on 25 October 2015. He "dominated" in front of goal as a full-back and collected a ninth winners' medal following the 2-15 to 0-13 defeat of St. Martin's. On 29 November 2015, Rossiter was again at full-back when Oulart-the Ballagh defeated Cuala by 2-13 to 0-13 to win the Leinster Championship. On 16 October 2016, Rossiter played in his 12th Wexford Senior Championship final. Lining out at full-back, he ended the game with a remarkable 10th winners' medal following the 0-17 to 1-11 defeat of Cloughbawn. Oulart-the Ballagh qualified for another Wexford Senior Championship final on 22 October 2017. Rossiter again lined out full-back, however, he ended the game on the losing side for the third time in his career following the 2-16 to 1-09 defeat by St. Martin's. Rossiter was just 16-years-old when he first lined out for Wexford as a member of the minor team during the 2000 Leinster Championship, he made his first appearance for the team on 24 June 2000 when he lined out at right corner-back in a 3-09 to 1-14 defeat by Dublin.

Eligible for the minor grade in 2001, Rossiter was unable to line out due to injury. After receiving a back injury in a club game, an MRI scan showed that he had cracked his spine after a vertebra broke off. Rossiter subsequently underwent an operation with a 25% chance of being confined to a wheelchair; the operation and year-long rehabilitation were a complete success. Rossiter was drafted onto the Wexford under-21 team in advance of the 2003 Leinster Championship, he made his first appearance for the team on 24 June 2003 when he lined out at centre-back in Wexford's 2-16 to 0-09 defeat by Dublin. On 14 July 2004, Rossiter was again at cen