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The Security Service, in full Security Service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and known as SB, was a secret police force established in the Polish People's Republic in 1956 as a successor to the repressive Ministry of Public Security. The SB was the chief foreign and domestic security organization in Poland from 1956 until the fall of communism in 1989; the parent agency of SB, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, had been established in 1954. However, the Ministry did not play a significant role until the winding-up of the Committee for Public Safety in 1956; the post-World War II Ministry of Public Security was responsible for security and counterintelligence. It controlled over 41,000 soldiers of the Internal Security Corps, 57,500 members of the Citizens' Militia, 32,000 border troops, 10,000 prison officers and 125,000 members of the Volunteer Reserve Citizen Militia. After the 1954 defection to the West of Józef Światło, a high-ranking Ministry of Public Security officer instrumental in arresting Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński, this Ministry of Public Security was abolished.

In December 1954, the Communist Party divided the old UB into two parts: the Committee for Public Security and the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The former was a secret police responsible for internal and external intelligence and counterintelligence to fight underground movements and the influence of the Catholic Church; the MSW was responsible for administrative duties, controlled the Internal Security Corps, border troops, prison guards and the Volunteer Reserve Citizen Militia. The year 1956 brought change to Polish politics. Released from prison, Władysław Gomułka became the first secretary of the Central Committee of the Polish United Workers' Party. Reforms were made in the structure of state security; the Committee of Public Safety was abolished, its duties were taken over by the MSW. The introduction of Security Service to the Interior Ministry, came as a result of directive number 00238/56 made by Władysław Wicha on 29 November 1956. Wicha was a Polish communist and politician PZPR member and the first Minister of Internal Affairs from 1954 to 1964.

After that his directive, the MSW was the only security body in Poland. Officers working in the Security Service were nicknamed "SB-eks". SB contracted individuals as secret collaborators, who received money for the services rendered; the tasks of the Security Service were identical to that of its predecessors: to protect the communist system in the country through control and penetration into all structures of social life in Poland and abroad. The centrally-based MSW was divided into departments, bureaus and directorates. In 1956, the central organization was composed of: Units of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Headquarters of the Citizens' Militia Fire Service Headquarters Defense Field Headquarters Administration of Geodesy and Cartography Central Board of Health Organizational Units of Internal Forces Internal Security Corps Command Command of Border Troops Information Directorate for Internal Forces Associated units were: Cabinet minister Chief Inspector Department I Department II Department III Social and Administrative Department Military Department Office of Oversight Office of Foreign Passports Bureau of Government Protection Bureau Technical Operations Bureau of Operations Records Bureau "A" Bureau "B" Bureau "W" Bureau of Investigation Department of Personnel and Training Independent Organization Section Finance Department Investment Department Supply Directorate Transport Directorate Directorate of Communications Ordnance Department Organizational and Military Directorate Directorate of Social Affairs and Culture Central Archives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Chief Inspectorate for Industry Protection Administration and Economic Management Office of the Chief, Flood Committee After it was renamed the SB in 1956, it entered a period of relative inactivity during the era of reform instituted by Władysław Gomułka.

However, after 1968 it was revived as a stronger body responsible for political repression. An infamous case was the torture and execution by the SB of Catholic priest Jerzy Popiełuszko in 1984. Since 1990, several SB operatives have been tried for their crimes; the SB is suspected of killing Stanisław Pyjas and Catholic priest Stefan Niedzielak. It is reported to have abused priest Roman Kotlarz; the SB is featured in the Polish TV series 1983, set in an alternative 2003 where Poland is still a communist country. Czesław Kiszczak Marian Zacharski Sławomir Petelicki Eastern Bloc politics Grzegorz Przemyk Instytut Pamięci Narodowej Montelupich prison Polish United Workers' Party Rakowiecka prison Telephone tapping in the Eastern Bloc Henryk Piecuch, Brudne gry: ostatnie akcje Służb Specjalnych. Warsaw: Agencja Wydawnicza CB


DanceTelevision is an audiovisual dance content platform, active across web, social medias, television, owned by DanceTrippin BV, based in Amsterdam, Netherlands with assets in various locales in Western & Eastern Europe and Brazil. The platform is a network of the following genre-focussed content brands under which content is distributed to targeted dance audiences: Algorhythm, House floor, Deep Tech Minimal, Techno Warehouse, Deep House District, MainStage, Chill AF. DanceTelevision publishes a variety of content including dj shows from clubs and festivals, studio sets, artist & label features, a broad range of dance content produced by independent creators within the dance community itself. DanceTelevision apps are available on iPhone, Roku, smart tv's from Sony and Samsung, Sky Germany and Austria streaming sticks, telecom set top boxes of KPN and Vodafone Ziggo in the Netherlands, Swisscom and UPC in Switzerland, Virgin Ireland, Unity Media Germany; the linear cable tv channel is available in the Netherlands through Vodafone Ziggo.

DanceTelevision and its genre focussed content brands are active across social medias including Facebook where as of June 2019 the network has over 2.3 million fans and 40 million monthly reach. At the same point in time DanceTelevision has over 400,000 fans of its Youtube channel, there were 215,000 fans for its content network on Instagram, 61,000 followers on Soundcloud, 30,000 monthly active users of its apps. Content creators from the dance community can submit their works to DanceTelevision for potential distribution through the platform. History: DanceTrippin TV began in 2000 as a grass roots project to qualitatively capture the spirit and musical essence of dj performances at clubs and festivals, it soon began broadcasting its content during the night hours of TEF local Ibiza TV which led it to gain access to world famous ibiza clubs and dj's. In 2008 it launched its TV Channel and was picked up by the Dutch cable operator Ziggo. DanceTrippin TV could be received by satellite as well.

But in June 2013 it ceased its satellite transmission. In May 2018 the content platform was renamed by DanceTelevision, repositioned as a network of targeted content brands in order to more reach an fragmented audience; as of May 2019 DanceTelevision has produced over 700 DJ shows which are available through the platform, in addition to works from external and independent creators. Official site DanceTelevision agency b2b site

International parliament

An international parliament or supranational legislature is a branch of an intergovernmental organization tasked with legislative powers and thus establishing a hybrid system of not only intergovernmentalism, but supranationalism. It could be based on a predecessor inter-parliamentary institution or a newly established organization-level legislature; such branches of intergovernmental organizations are established in order to provide for representation of citizens, rather than governments who are represented in other bodies within the organization. The assembly can be composed of members of the national legislatures or of its own directly elected members, further strengthening the supranationalism of the organization. Parliamentary assembly Inter-Parliamentary Union International Parliament for Safety and Peace List of legislatures by country

1994–95 A.C. Milan season

Associazione Calcio Milan lost their supremacy of Italian football, finishing just fourth in Serie A losing the Champions League final to Ajax. Marco van Basten was forced to end his career due to a knee injury, the lack of goals scored was a main difference between Milan and champions Juventus, though Milan scored more goals than in 1993-94, the defensive line was not as unassailable as the season before. Sebastiano Rossi Carlo Cudicini Mario Ielpo Franco Baresi Alessandro Costacurta Filippo Galli Paolo Maldini Stefano Nava Christian Panucci Mauro Tassotti Zvonimir Boban Marcel Desailly Roberto Donadoni Demetrio Albertini Stefano Eranio Gianluigi Lentini Massimo Orlando Dejan Savićević Gianluca Sordo Giovanni Stroppa Francesco De Francesco Paolo Di Canio Daniele Massaro Alessandro Melli Marco Simone Ruud Gullit Marco van Basten Marco Simone 17 Dejan Savićević 9 Gianluigi Lentini 5 Giovanni Stroppa 3 Ruud Gullit 3 Daniele Massaro 3 RSSSF - Italy 1994/95

Aaron & Amanda Crabb

Aaron & Amanda Crabb is a Contemporary Christian music duo. Aaron Crabb met Amanda while touring as a member of The Crabb Family where he was a singer and bassist, they married October 3, 2001. In August 2007, Aaron and Amanda decided to start a musical career together and on March 7, 2008 and signed with Daywind Records, they released their first album, nationwide shortly after signing. The album was critically acclaimed and nominated for one Dove Award. In 2009, the duo filmed a special for Daywind's Live at Oak Tree series; the CD/DVD of the special was released on July 21, 2009. It received another Dove Award nomination for the duo. Aaron & Amanda Crabb released their next album, Love With No End, in 2010. In 2012, Aaron and Amanda signed with their current record label, Difference Media, released their album Mercy followed by a Live DVD performance entitled Mercy Live in April 2013. News:

AARON%20and%20AMANDA%20CRABB%20TAKE%20NATIONAL%20SPOTLIGHT%20AS%20CRITICALLY%20ACCLAIMED%20MERCY%20BOWS.asp After the Rain Live at Oak Tree Love With No End Mercy Mercy Live Restore Aaron & Amanda Crabb have been nominated for a total of eight Dove Awards: At the 40th GMA Dove Awards, their debut album, After the Rain, was nominated for Inspirational Album of the Year. At the 41st GMA Dove Awards, their album, Live at Oak Tree, was nominated for Inspirational Album of the Year. At the 44th GMA Dove Awards, their song "Im Learning" was nominated for Song of the Year At the 44th GMA Dove Awards, their song "Im Learning" was nominated for Song of the Year At the 44th GMA Dove Awards, their song "Take Him to the Place" was nominated for Inspirational Song of the Year At the 44th GMA Dove Awards, their song "Take Him to the Place" was nominated for Southern Gospel Song of the Year At the 44th GMA Dove Awards, their album Mercy was nominated for Southern Gospel Album of the Year At the 44th GMA Dove Awards, their album Mercy was nominated for Country Album of the Year Official site

Minuscule 770

Minuscule 770, A148, is a Greek minuscule manuscript of the New Testament written on parchment. Palaeographically it has been assigned to the 12th century; the manuscript has no complex contents. Scrivener labelled it as 862e; the manuscript has not complete context. The codex contains the text of the Gospel of Matthew and Gospel of John, on 270 parchment leaves, with lacunae, it lacks the text of Matthew 1:1-5:46. The text is written in one column per 24-26 lines per page; the text is divided according to the κεφαλαια, whose numbers are given at the margin, with their τιτλοι at the top of the pages. It contains a commentary; the text of the Gospels as well as a commentary was corrected by a hand. The Greek text of the codex is a representative of the Byzantine text-type. Aland placed it in Category V; the lacks the Pericope Adulterae. F. H. A. Scrivener dated the manuscript to the 11th century; the manuscript is dated by the INTF to the 12th century. The manuscript was noticed in a catalogue from 1876.

It was added to the list of New Testament manuscripts by Gregory. Gregory saw the manuscript in 1886; the manuscript is now housed at the National Library of Greece in Athens. List of New Testament minuscules Biblical manuscript Textual criticism Minuscule 769 Gregory, Caspar René. Textkritik des Neuen Testaments. 1. Leipzig: J. C. Hinrichs. P. 220