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Address By Vice President Geoff B. Little, United Nations Cenotaph Ceremony Sydney, Australia starstarstarstarstar   22nd October 2010 - Views: 290 Address By Vice President Geoff B. Little, United Nations Cenotaph Ceremony Sydney, Australia Myles Mooney 34th Battalion Irish Army Air Corp. Irish Defence Force 1957-1965. Myles was part of the Irish UN Contingent in the Congo in 1961. Myles' Battalion relieved the 33rd Battalion who lost 9, killed in the ambush at Niamba. In all, 6191 Irish Soldiers served in the Congo between 1960-1964 in which 26 were killed.

Emerging Industries Will Be The Highlights Of China Hi-tech Fair 2010 starstarstarstarstar   22nd October 2010 - Views: 290 Emerging Industries Will Be The Highlights Of China Hi-tech Fair 2010 China's Ministry of Commerce, the National Development and Reform Commission, and Ministry of Industry and Information, as well as the others, will organize theme pavilions that focus on energy saving, environmental protection, new energy and other emerging industries.

Advancing Quality Medicines The Focus Of Joint Meeting Of Chinese And U.s. Standards Groups starstarstarstarstar   21st October 2010 - Views: 216 Advancing Quality Medicines The Focus Of Joint Meeting Of Chinese And U.s. Standards Groups Supporting greater access to quality medicines for people around the world, the Chinese Pharmacopoeia Commission (ChP) and the United States Pharmacopeial Convention (USP) will host the 4th ChP-USP Joint Science & Standards Symposium in Hangzhou, China, on October 21-22.

Freedom Fighter Kay Danes Speaks Out starstarstarstarstar   21st October 2010 - Views: 248 Freedom Fighter Kay Danes Speaks Out Kay Danes - author, aid worker and spouse of a Special Forces Soldier (SASR/SOCOMD) is in Sydney today for the release of her new book Beneath the Pale Blue Burqa: One Women’s Journey through Taliban Strongholds.

The Importance Of Aid Effectiveness starstarstarstarstar   20th October 2010 - Views: 236 On the front page of our newspapers this morning, and on our television news bulletins tonight, there was no mention that today 24,000 of the world's children died of preventable starvation, malnutrition or related sickness.

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