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In January 2004 he publicly stated he was opposed to women singing on state television, and in April Associated Press reporter Todd Pitman reported that Manawi said that any Muslim caught drinking in the Irish Pub in Kabul would be punished.
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During a visit of a delegation of Roman Catholic cardinals in Manhattan in January 2004, he said that “ a meeting like this doesn't signify in itself a breakthrough ”, and called for “ a theological dialogue that asks the tough questions, such as whether Catholicism allows for Jews to enter eternal paradise .”
Botswana is one of the 15 focus countries for PEPFAR, the President's Emergency Plan for Aids Relief, and has received more than $ 230 million since the program began in January 2004 through September 2007.
The 2004 report claimed that the channel outperformed Sky News in both weekly and monthly reach in multichannel homes for the January 2004 period, and for the first time in two years moved ahead of Sky News in being perceived as the channel best for news.
Bulletins on BBC One moved into a new set in January 2003 although retained the previous ivory Lambie-Nairn titles until February 2004.
Chile has signed free trade agreements ( FTAs ) with a whole network of countries, including an FTA with the United States that was signed in 2003 and implemented in January 2004.
Since the U. S .- Chile Free Trade Agreement went into effect on January 1, 2004, U. S .- Chilean trade has increased by 154 %.
The U. S .- Chile FTA entered into force January 1, 2004, following approval by the U. S. and Chilean congresses.
Image: Camp David 4 p37126-25a-515h. jpg | George W. Bush meets with his advisors at Camp David on January 17, 2004, while preparing for his State of the Union address.
Following the regular season, in which the 12-4 Panthers won their third NFC South division title, they hosted the Cardinals at Bank of America Stadium in the Panthers first home playoff game since January 2004.
On January 6, 2004, Prime Minister Pierre Charles, who had been suffering from heart problems since 2003, died.
In January 2004, it was announced that the screenplay he wrote for his novels Ilium and Olympos would be made into a film by Digital Domain and Barnet Bain Films, with Simmons acting as executive producer.
In January 2004, Rohrabacher proposed giving Washington, D. C. residents the right to vote for congressional representation by treating them as Maryland residents for the purpose of Congressional elections.
* The African Hebrew Israelites: New black civilisation in the promised land " article written by Lester Holloway, January 1, 2004, for Black Information Link
Since the enlargement, in May 2004 and January 2007, the co-operation covers 35 countries, the EU of 27, including Cyprus and Malta and the 10 Mediterranean Partners.
Sony's last reported subscription numbers were given as " more than 430, 000 players " on 14 January 2004.
Verant from 1999 to 2001 and SOE from 2001 to 14 January 2004 issued formal statements giving some indications of the number of EQ subscriptions and peak numbers of players online at any given moment.
Comptoirs Francais du Pacifique francs ( CFPF ) per US $ 1 – 95. 89 ( 2005 ), 96. 04 ( 2004 ), 105. 66 ( 2003 ), 126. 71 ( 2002 ), 133. 26 ( 2001 ), 117. 67 ( January 2000 ), 111. 93 ( 1999 ), 107. 25 ( 1998 ), 106. 11 ( 1997 ), 93. 00 ( 1996 ), 90. 75 ( 1995 ); note-linked at the exact official rate of 0. 055 French francs to one Pacifique franc.
On January 4, 2004 Mikheil Saakashvili, leader of the United National Movement won the country's presidential election and was inaugurated on January 25.
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In January 2007, the group publicly announced their reformation and on 23 February, after 20 days of auditions, former Beck drummer Matt Sherrod joined Finn, Seymour and Mark Hart to complete the new line up.
This is chiefly due to the 56-bit key size being too small ; in January, 1999, distributed. net and the Electronic Frontier Foundation collaborated to publicly break a DES key in 22 hours and 15 minutes ( see chronology ).
Party leader John Gormley called publicly in November 2010 for a general election in the state to be fixed by the latter half of January 2011, allowing time for the Oireachtas to pass legislation for European Union and International Monetary Fund financial support for Ireland ; the date of the election was eventually set for March 2011.
Though Philby claimed publicly in January 1988 that he did not regret his decisions, and that he missed nothing about England except some friends, Colman's mustard, and Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce, his KGB-appointed wife Rufina later described Philby as " disappointed in many ways " by what he found in Moscow.
Meher Baba ( 25 February 1894 – 31 January 1969 ), born Merwan Sheriar Irani, was an Indian mystic and spiritual master who declared publicly in 1954 that he was the Avatar of the age.
* January 28 – The Croatian and Slovenian peasant revolt breaks out against the oppressive nobility ; the revolt is quelled violently by February 15 ; Matija Gubec, leader of the rebellion, is publicly executed in Zagreb.
* January 20 – U. S. President Ronald Reagan is privately sworn in for a second term in office ( publicly sworn in, January 21 ).
* January 11 – LaGrange College ( now the University of North Alabama ) opens its doors, becoming the first publicly chartered college in Alabama.
In January 2008, Perot publicly came out against Republican candidate John McCain and endorsed Mitt Romney for President.
" On January 5, 1971, after several months in jail, Angela Davis appeared at the Marin County Superior Court and declared her innocence before the court and nation: " I now declare publicly before the court, before the people of this country that I am innocent of all charges which have been leveled against me by the state of California.
On January 27, 2003, Philip Morris Companies Inc. changed its name to Altria Group, Inc. On March 30, 2007, a spin out of Kraft Foods subsidiary ( publicly traded since 2001 ) was concluded through distribution of the remaining stake of shares ( 88. 1 %) to Altria shareholders.
In his autobiography My Prison Without Bars, published by Rodale Press on January 8, 2004, Rose finally admitted publicly to betting on baseball games and other sports while playing for and managing the Reds.
The total market capitalization of all publicly traded companies in the world was US $ 51. 2 trillion in January 2007 and rose as high as US $ 57. 5 trillion in May 2008 before dropping below US $ 50 trillion in August 2008 and slightly above US $ 40 trillion in September 2008.
Mobutu still considered him a threat and ordered him to be arrested and beaten publicly on 17 January 1961.
On 5 January 1895, Dreyfus was summarily convicted in a secret court martial, publicly stripped of his army rank, and sentenced to life imprisonment in a penal colony on Devil's Island in French Guiana.
On 5 January 1895, Dreyfus was summarily convicted in a secret court martial, publicly stripped of his army rank, and sentenced to life imprisonment on Devil's Island in French Guiana.
Also in 1994, Bill Fitler, while at Lotus cc: Mail in Mountain View, California, began working on an implementation of web-based email as a CGI program written in C on Windows NT, and demonstrated it publicly at Lotusphere on January 24, 1995.
After publicly quarrelling with Charles de la Cerda in Paris at Christmas 1353, Navarre arranged the assassination of the Constable, which took place at the village of l ' Aigle ( 8 January 1354 ), his brother Philip, Count of Longueville leading the murderers.
On January 1, 2008, the company completed its spinoff of its technology and set top box business into a separate publicly traded company, Echostar Corporation (" Echostar "), effectively splitting the original Echostar into two separate businesses.
The use of IFRS became a requirement for Canadian publicly accountable profit-oriented enterprises for financial periods beginning on or after 1 January 2011.
In January 1793, whilst visiting Paris during the trial of Louis XVI, Brunel unwisely publicly predicted the demise of Robespierre, one of the leaders of the Revolution.
On 30 January 1840 Hobson attended the Christ Church at Kororareka ( Russell ) where he publicly read a number of proclamations.