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RootsOfViolentExtremsimAppendixA 100%

R.) Afghani stan Sierra Leone Sudan Yemen Afghani stan Myanm ar Somalia Algeria Chad Chad Chad South Sudan Fragile State Index Ibrahim Index of African Governan ce Somali a Central African Republ ic State Fragility Index Freedom House Central African Republ ic South Sudan Central African Republi c Eritrea Guinea Guinea 2007 2006 2005 Preventiv e Priorities Survey (PPS) Guinea GuineaBissau Guinea Libya Libya Eritrea Eritrea Somalia Eritrea Eritrea Somali a Somalia Sudan Sudan Sudan Sudan Sudan Chad Somalia Somalia Libya Egypt Nigeria Egypt Egypt Sudan Sudan Egypt Somalia Egypt Libya Sudan Somalia Somalia Nigeria Central African Republ ic Libya Congo (D.

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Nidal Adwan-CV 01708 95%

Also special courses were conducted by me to foreign senior official organized by UN in Libya.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/08/22/nidal-adwan-cv-01708/

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libya-progress-report 88%

facilities in Benghazi, Libya has made several determinations to date, including:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2013/05/01/libya-progress-report/

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Press release filing greviance (P-1469-17) 87%

www.linkedin.com/in/lal-bhatia LAL BHATIA, PROVIDES EXTENSIVE UNOPPOSED EVIDENCE TO ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES’ INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS CONDEMNING UNITED STATES OF AMERICA’S SKULLDUGGERY TO HIDE BCCI-MON WIG'S MONEY LAUNDERING ACTIVITIES FOR INDIVIDUALS FROM CUBA, IRAN, LIBYA, MEXICO, MYANMAR AND SUDAN.

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MAZ 0315 EN 86%

Whether they come from Brazil, Iran, or Libya, in our cover story he answers the questions we asked you to submit in the last issue.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/10/07/maz-0315-en/

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MEYER 77%

Towards  an  Integrated  Early   Warning  System  for  detec7ng  the   onset  of  Deser7fica7on  in  Libya   Pauline Meyer Supervisor:

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Suriye'de Yaşam Savaşı 76%

Tunus, Mısır, Libya örneklerindeki gibi meydana gelen gösterileri ve olayları en kolay bir şekilde, on yıllardır baskıyla yönetilen halkların despotik rejimlere karşı bir dur ihtarı olarak nitelendirebiliriz.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/05/17/suriye-de-ya-am-sava-1/

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DepthofFieldR 65%

He had been in Morocco only a day to photograph protests there—the nation, he had guessed, would be the next swept up in the Arab Spring—when he heard that Libya’s coastal checkpoint was abandoned.

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BenghaziCoverup.Reveal 64%

September
10,
2012
–
“The
cable,
dispatched
from
Washington,
the
day
before
 protests
erupted,
advised
the
embassy
the
broadcasts
could
provoke
violence.
It
did
 not
direct
specific
measures
to
upgrade
security,”

 “most
of
the
Cairo
embassy
staff
had
been
instructed
to
 
stay
home
that
day
even
before
the
protests
began.”
 “we
had
alerted
the
EgypIans
as
well,”
she
told
a
news
briefing.”

 “State
Department
spokeswoman
Victoria
Nuland
said
staff

“well
aware”
 
video
was
being
used
to
whip
up
strong
feelings
and
could
lead
to
demonstraIons,”

 Sep
8
“THREAT
OF
 VIOLENCE”

 Egypt
TV
Show
Broadcast
 “there
was
actually
minimal
staff
in
the
building
because
we
were
already
alerted”

 Sep
9
Video
uploaded
 To
YouTube
&
US
BECOMES
 AWARE
OF
A
THREAT
 Sep
10‐
US
INITIATES
DEFENSE
 
VIA
CABLE
ORDERS
 Sep
10,
2012
‐No
cable
“dispatched”
 &
Benghazi
not
“advised”
 Sep11‐
US
DEFENSE
PLAN
 WORKS,
EVEN
SIGNALS
ITS
 READY
VIA
EMBASSY
 TWEET
AT
6AM
 AHEAD
CAIRO
PROTESTS
 Sep
11,
2012
‐No
cable
 “dispatched”
&
Benghazi
not
 “advised”
 CAIRO
US
 EMBASSY

 ZERO
 US
CASULTIES
 BENGHAZI
 EMBASSY
 DESTROYED
 Pre‐Sep8
US
Benghazi
 Consulate
already
a`acked +Significant
threats
&
 Warnings
of
more
a`acks
 before
Sep8
 Sep9,
“local
miliIa”
 Threaten
US
Ambassador
 Security
will
cease
if
 US
backed
PM
Jabril
 Wins
Sep12
ElecIon
 Sep
10‐
US
IGNORES
 REQUESTS.
SENDS
 NO
SECURITY
&
 REJECTS
AMBASSADOR
 REQUEST
TO
ORDER
 11
BODYGUARDS
FOR
 1
YEAR
FOR
$340,000
 Sep11,
US
Benghazi
 Cables
WH,
IdenIfies
 New
threats
&
Asks
 For
HELP
ahead
Sep12
 Libya
PM
elecIon
 4
US
 CASULTIES


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africa 64%

Cairo ALGERIA (SPAIN) LIBYA Laayoune EGYPT Western Sahara Re d Se Ouagadougou CAMEROON Malabo Principe São SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE Tomé São Tomé Annobón Bangui Lake Albert Libreville GABON C (EQUATORIAL GUINEA) Brazzaville Ascension A T L A N T I C (UK) O C E A N Cabinda LI Juba Yaoundé M L EQUATORIAL GUINEA Addis Ababa A CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC DEMOCRATIC RWANDA REPUBLIC Kigali OF THE Bujumbura Kinshasa CONGO Kampala (ANGOLA) Nairobi BURUNDI Dodoma TANZANIA MALAWI Lusaka (UK) M Lake Harare Kariba Windhoek MO NAMIBIA ZA ZIMBABWE BOTSWANA Gaborone Pretoria Mbabane Bloemfontein SOUTH AFRICA B IQ Providence Is.

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Länderliste Facebook 64%

Länder Afghanistan Algerien Angola Antigua and Barbuda Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belize Bhutan Botswana Brunei Burma (Myanmar) Burundi Cameroon Cook Islands Dominica Egypt Eritrea Ethiopia Gambia Ghana Grenada Guinea Guyana India Iran Iraq Jamaica Kenya Kiribati Kuwait Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libya Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Nigeria North Korea Oman Pakistan Palau Palestine Papua New Guinea Qatar Russia Salomon Islands Höchststrafe Gefängnis Gefängnis / Bußgeld unklar Gefängnis Gefängnis / Bußgeld Gefängnis / Lebenslänglich Gefängnis / Lebenslänglich Gefängnis unklar Gefängnis / Bußgeld Gefängnis bzw.

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wdr2015-9 (002) 62%

Libya Project unlikely under current situation Omar Al-Hassi, the prime minister of the GNC-Libya Dawn coalition’s salvation government that is currently ruling Tripoli, is reportedly said to be considering the construction of a 200,000 m3/d (53 MGD) SWRO plant near Tripoli.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/01/20/wdr2015-9-002/

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GOLD 62%

COUNTRY CHINA EUROPEAN UNION JAPAN UNITED STATES GERMANY FRANCE ITALY SPAIN KOREA, SOUTH CANADA SWITZERLAND TAIWAN NETHERLANDS INDIA SAUDI ARABIA SWEDEN HONG KONG AUSTRALIA LUXEMBOURG VENEZUELA NORWAY AUSTRIA RUSSIA BELGIUM MEXICO POLAND DENMARK IRELAND CZECHIA FINLAND UNITED ARAB EMIRATES TURKEY SINGAPORE BRAZIL PAKISTAN SOUTH AFRICA UNITED KINGDOM ALGERIA MALAYSIA PORTUGAL INDONESIA GREECE MOROCCO PHILIPPINES EGYPT IRAQ ARGENTINA THAILAND HUNGARY LIBYA CHILE MONEY SUPPLY ($) GOLD RESERVES (Tonnes) $ 7,015,000,000,000.00 1842.56 $ 6,613,000,000,000.00 504.77 $ 6,314,000,000,000.00 765.22 $ 3,311,000,000,000.00 8133.46 $ 2,049,000,000,000.00 3374.14 $ 1,144,000,000,000.00 2435.91 $ 1,069,000,000,000.00 2451.84 $ 827,300,000,000.00 281.58 $ 658,700,000,000.00 104.4 $ 635,500,000,000.00 67.29 $ 504,900,000,000.00 1039.99 $ 503,500,000,000.00 423.63 $ 498,300,000,000.00 612.45 $ 385,900,000,000.00 557.77 $ 295,500,000,000.00 322.9 $ 278,700,000,000.00 125.72 $ 270,600,000,000.00 2.08 $ 245,300,000,000.00 79.85 $ 232,600,000,000.00 2.24 $ 216,100,000,000.00 188.06 $ 206,100,000,000.00 36.7 $ 203,100,000,000.00 279.99 $ 199,700,000,000.00 1715.84 $ 193,000,000,000.00 227.4 $ 192,300,000,000.00 120.1 $ 186,600,000,000.00 102.97 $ 148,100,000,000.00 66.55 $ 144,300,000,000.00 6 $ 137,900,000,000.00 9.52 $ 130,200,000,000.00 49.14 $ 129,400,000,000.00 7.46 $ 119,400,000,000.00 456.13 $ 115,100,000,000.00 127.4 $ 107,000,000,000.00 67.29 $ 100,200,000,000.00 64.56 $ 99,490,000,000.00 125.25 $ 95,880,000,000.00 310.29 $ 91,410,000,000.00 173.64 $ 91,280,000,000.00 38.26 $ 87,600,000,000.00 382.51 $ 86,100,000,000.00 79.31 $ 85,680,000,000.00 112.87 $ 76,060,000,000.00 22.05 $ 61,740,000,000.00 196.35 $ 55,960,000,000.00 76.28 $ 54,530,000,000.00 89.82 $ 54,200,000,000.00 59.78 $ 50,360,000,000.00 152.41 $ 48,200,000,000.00 3.08 $ 46,700,000,000.00 116.64 $ 45,710,000,000.00 0.25 SLOVAKIA IRAN COLOMBIA QATAR NIGERIA PERU KUWAIT ROMANIA BANGLADESH ANGOLA BULGARIA LITHUANIA ECUADOR UKRAINE BURMA SLOVENIA JORDAN OMAN MALTA KAZAKHSTAN ESTONIA TUNISIA LATVIA KENYA GUATEMALA CROATIA BOLIVIA BAHRAIN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO AFGHANISTAN DOMINICAN REPUBLIC LEBANON COSTA RICA GHANA SRI LANKA PAPUA NEW GUINEA SERBIA NEPAL BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA PARAGUAY AZERBAIJAN URUGUAY CYPRUS CAMEROON MOZAMBIQUE ALBANIA ICELAND YEMEN CONGO, REPUBLIC OF THE EL SALVADOR SYRIA MAURITIUS $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 42,430,000,000.00 40,230,000,000.00 38,290,000,000.00 34,450,000,000.00 33,510,000,000.00 32,720,000,000.00 31,540,000,000.00 30,670,000,000.00 25,280,000,000.00 24,570,000,000.00 21,950,000,000.00 21,380,000,000.00 20,790,000,000.00 19,810,000,000.00 18,370,000,000.00 17,270,000,000.00 14,680,000,000.00 14,240,000,000.00 14,100,000,000.00 13,450,000,000.00 12,850,000,000.00 12,160,000,000.00 11,660,000,000.00 11,070,000,000.00 10,950,000,000.00 10,850,000,000.00 10,220,000,000.00 8,971,000,000.00 6,805,000,000.00 6,644,000,000.00 6,536,000,000.00 6,466,000,000.00 5,946,000,000.00 5,914,000,000.00 5,521,000,000.00 5,282,000,000.00 5,195,000,000.00 5,051,000,000.00 5,008,000,000.00 4,390,000,000.00 4,194,000,000.00 4,121,000,000.00 3,975,000,000.00 3,973,000,000.00 3,961,000,000.00 3,508,000,000.00 3,327,000,000.00 3,310,000,000.00 3,274,000,000.00 3,129,000,000.00 3,017,000,000.00 2,743,000,000.00 31.69 31.07 5.76 26.58 21.37 34.68 78.96 103.7 13.97 19.13 40.35 5.82 11.79 25.5 7.27 3.17 40.43 0.02 0.09 279.03 0.25 6.78 6.62 0.02 6.89 13.13 42.51 4.67 1.93 21.87 0.57 286.83 0 8.74 22.29 1.96 18.96 6.43 2.99 8.19 20 0.1 13.9 0.93 4.36 1.57 1.98 1.6 0.35 1.37 25.8 12.43 ERITREA HONDURAS GABON BELARUS FIJI MACEDONIA CAMBODIA CHAD GUINEA NICARAGUA KYRGYZSTAN ARMENIA LAOS ARUBA HAITI MONGOLIA SURINAME TAJIKISTAN MALAWI CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC BURUNDI COMOROS $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 2,709,000,000.00 2,510,000,000.00 2,314,000,000.00 2,232,000,000.00 2,083,000,000.00 2,000,000,000.00 1,785,000,000.00 1,741,000,000.00 1,701,000,000.00 1,228,000,000.00 1,179,000,000.00 1,178,000,000.00 1,161,000,000.00 1,151,000,000.00 988,300,000.00 935,000,000.00 882,200,000.00 653,300,000.00 550,800,000.00 392,700,000.00 364,900,000.00 201,800,000.00 1.2 0.62 0.4 43.21 0.03 6.88 12.44 0.35 2.39 0.47 5.06 1.4 8.86 3.11 1.81 2.13 0.73 12.66 0.4 0.35 0.03 0.02 GOLD RESERVES (OZ.) PARITY USD/OZ.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/10/05/gold/

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libya1 61%

ANONYMOUS OPERATION FREE LIBYA – WAKE UP!

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2011/08/25/libya1/

25/08/2011 www.pdf-archive.com

GUG public 61%

burden sharing Claims that the EU shall make sure that Human Rights in Libya are respected and that the Dublin convention has to be changed in order to allow migrants to go to mainland Europe.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/03/12/gug-public/

12/03/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

libya4 60%

ANONYMOUS OPERATION FREE LIBYA – WAKE UP!

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2011/08/25/libya4/

25/08/2011 www.pdf-archive.com

libya2 60%

ANONYMOUS OPERATION FREE LIBYA – WAKE UP!

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2011/08/25/libya2/

25/08/2011 www.pdf-archive.com

libya3 59%

ANONYMOUS OPERATION FREE LIBYA – WAKE UP!

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2011/08/25/libya3/

25/08/2011 www.pdf-archive.com

Simon Fern Dissertation 56%

5 Simon Fern Introduction The Barbary War (1801-1805) is a marginal chapter in the history of the early American Republic, a small-scale conflict between the United States and the Barbary States – presentday Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya – which was fuelled by disagreements over trading rights in the Mediterranean, and an unwillingness by the United States to pay tribute to these Ottoman sultanates, as was standard practice.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/06/18/simon-fern-dissertation/

18/06/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

DNC Oppo Research 55%

“A Great Deal” and a “Business Tool”...................................................................70 Bankruptcy Filings ......................................................................................................................71 Debts ............................................................................................................................................71 Lawsuits ..........................................................................................................................................72 Confidential Page 2 Labor and Employment Issues ...................................................................................................72 Trump as Plaintiff .......................................................................................................................73 Philosophy on Leadership, Business and Management................................................................75 Loving Bad Markets and “Amazing” Housing Market Collapses .............................................75 Use of Eminent Domain ..............................................................................................................75 Negotiations .................................................................................................................................76 Reliance on Chinese Goods .........................................................................................................76 Trump On The Issues 77 Agriculture.......................................................................................................................................77 Campaign Finance and Ethics .......................................................................................................78 Criminal Justice System .................................................................................................................78 Body Cameras ..............................................................................................................................78 Death Penalty ..............................................................................................................................79 Marijuana Legalization ...............................................................................................................79 Crimes Committed By Undocumented Immigrants ..................................................................80 Defense and Foreign Policy ............................................................................................................80 “Advisers” .....................................................................................................................................80 Hawkish Tendencies....................................................................................................................81 Defense Spending ........................................................................................................................81 Foreign Aid ..................................................................................................................................81 Military ........................................................................................................................................82 Nuclear Triad ...............................................................................................................................83 Afghanistan..................................................................................................................................84 China ............................................................................................................................................85 Cuba .............................................................................................................................................86 Egypt ............................................................................................................................................87 France...........................................................................................................................................87 Germany.......................................................................................................................................88 Iran ...............................................................................................................................................88 Iraq ...............................................................................................................................................90 ISIS ...............................................................................................................................................91 Israel ............................................................................................................................................93 Kuwait ..........................................................................................................................................93 Libya .............................................................................................................................................94 Mexico ..........................................................................................................................................96 Russia ...........................................................................................................................................96 Saudi Arabia ................................................................................................................................97 South Korea .................................................................................................................................97 Syria .............................................................................................................................................98 Vietnam ........................................................................................................................................99 Economic Issues ..............................................................................................................................99 Great Recession ...........................................................................................................................99 Wall Street Reform ....................................................................................................................101 Employment and Job Creation .................................................................................................103 Government Assistance .............................................................................................................103 Debt Ceiling ...............................................................................................................................104 Federal Reserve and Monetary Policy ......................................................................................107 Federal Budget ..........................................................................................................................108 Confidential Page 3 Business Regulations ................................................................................................................109 Treasury .....................................................................................................................................110 Democratic vs.

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NeXXt Scholars Handbook 54%

Focus Regions Afghanistan Iraq Palestinian Territories Albania Jordan (West Bank and Gaza) Algeria Kosovo Qatar Azerbaijan Kuwait Saudi Arabia Bahrain Kyrgyzstan Senegal Bangladesh Lebanon Sierra Leone Brunei Libya Somalia Burkina Faso Malaysia Sudan Chad Maldives Syria Comoros Mali Tajikistan Djibouti Mauritania Tunisia Egypt Morocco Turkey Gambia Niger Turkmenistan Guinea Nigeria United Arab Emirates Indonesia Oman Uzbekistan Iran Pakistan Yemen NeXXt Scholars Program Handbook 5

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September 20 Dinner Participant Bios 54%

He has been involved in major air operations in Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan and Libya.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/12/28/september-20-dinner-participant-bios/

28/12/2018 www.pdf-archive.com

worldcup skillers 54%

Chile Chile Chile Chile Chile Colombia Colombia Colombia Colombia Colombia Colombia Colombia Colombia Colombia Costa Rica Costa Rica Costa Rica Cote D'Ivoire Cote D'Ivoire Cote D'Ivoire Cote D'Ivoire Cote D'Ivoire Cote D'Ivoire Croatia Croatia Croatia Croatia Croatia Curacao Denmark Page 2 4 Stars Antonio Valencia Jefferson Montero Joao Rojas Michael Arroyo Marcos Caicedo Mohamed Salah Shikabala Mohamed Zidan Walid Soliman Ahmed Temsah Lester Blanco Ricardo Ulloa Darwin Ceren Shawn Martin Daniel Sturridge Adam Lallana Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Ashley Young Raheem Sterling Adam Johnson Sergei Monikov Sander Puri Shimelis Bekele Behailu Assefa Dimitri Payet Mathieu Valbuena Karim Benzema Samir Nasri Jeremy Menez Daniel Cousin Jano Ananidze Levan Kenia Marco Reus Mesut Ozil Ilkay Gundogan Mario Gotze Andre Schurrle Julian Draxler Sidney Sam Samuel Inkoom Kwadwo Asamoah Konstantinos Mitroglou Giannis Fetfatzidis Lazaros Christodoulopoulos Marco Pappa Ecuador Ecuador Ecuador Ecuador Ecuador Egypt Egypt Egypt Egypt Egypt El Salvador El Salvador El Salvador El Salvador England England England England England England Estonia Estonia Ethiopia Ethiopia France France France France France Gabon Georgia Georgia Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany Germany Ghana Ghana Greece Greece Greece Guatemala Page 3 4 Stars Ibrahima Conte Seydouba Soumah Ibrahima Traore Ibrahima Bangoura Andy Najar Mario Martinez Alexander Lopez Zoltan Gera Balazs Dzsudzsak Bambang Pamungkas Masoud Shojaei Ali Karimi Hawar Mulla Mohammed Alaa Abdul-Zahra James McClean Wes Hoolahan Anthony Stokes Maor Melikson Eran Zahavi Lior Refaelov Eliran Atar Claudio Marchisio Mario Balotelli Antonio Candreva Alessandro Diamanti Alessio Cerci Stephan El Shaarawy Sebastian Giovinco Garath McCleary Ricardo Fuller Deshorn Brown Shinji Kagawa Ryo Miyaichi Yaseen Al Bakhit Kevin Kimani Koo Ja Cheol Lee Chung Yong Yoon Bit Ga Ram Hassan Chaito Zakaria Charara Sekou Oliseh Zah Rahan Krangar Hussein Al Idrisi Darvydas Sernas Baddrol Bakhtiar Guinea Guinea Guinea Guinea Honduras Honduras Honduras Hungary Hungary Indonesia Iran Iran Iraq Iraq Ireland Ireland Ireland Israel Israel Israel Israel Italy Italy Italy Italy Italy Italy Italy Jamaica Jamaica Jamaica Japan Japan Jordan Kenya Korea Republic Korea Republic Korea Republic Lebanon Lebanon Liberia Liberia Libya Lithuania Malaysia Page 4 4 Stars Ismail Faruqi Asha'ri Ashaari Shamsuddin Mohd Amirul Zainal Giovani Dos Santos Angel Reyna Javier Aquino Sinha Marco Fabian Elias Hernandez Alexandru Suvorov Murun Altankhuyag Simon Vukcevic Stevan Jovetic Younes Belhanda Youssef El Arabi Nordin Amrabat Abdelilah Hafidi Karim Ait-Fana Domingues Carlitos Robin Van Persie Jeremain Lens Rafael Van Der Vaart Luciano Narsingh Adam Maher Ibrahim Afellay Memphis Depay Ola John Marco Rojas Nnamdi Oduamadi Ahmed Musa Victor Moses Emmanuel Igiebor Ikechukwu Uche Paddy McCourt Ruben Yttergard Jenssen Daniel Braaten Erik Huseklepp Tarik Elyounoussi Jonathan Fabbro Andre Carrillo Raul Ruidiaz Luis Alberto Ramirez Jefferson Farfan Waldemar Sobota Malaysia Malaysia Malaysia Mexico Mexico Mexico Mexico Mexico Mexico Moldova Mongolia Montenegro Montenegro Morocco Morocco Morocco Morocco Morocco Mozambique Mozambique Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands New Zealand Nigeria Nigeria Nigeria Nigeria Nigeria Northern Ireland Norway Norway Norway Norway Paraguay Peru Peru Peru Peru Poland Page 5

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International Phone Rates 53%

Easter Island) Colombia Venezuela Malaysia Australia Indonesia Phillipines New Zealand (including Chatham Island) Singapore Thailand Japan(including Okinawa) Korea, South Vietnam China Turkey India Pakistan Afghanistan Sri Lanka NEW NEW Outbound International (Landline) RPM Outbound International (Mobile) RPM $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 0.29 0.56 0.31 0.15 0.13 0.15 0.08 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 0.29 0.56 0.32 0.35 0.31 0.38 0.33 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 0.12 0.25 0.13 0.65 0.12 0.15 0.10 0.13 0.12 0.13 0.27 0.12 0.40 0.95 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 0.31 0.30 0.34 0.65 0.44 0.50 0.51 0.34 0.29 0.39 0.30 0.45 0.40 0.95 $ $ $ 1.25 0.30 0.28 $ $ $ 1.25 0.30 0.45 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 0.26 0.30 0.28 0.28 0.14 0.40 0.31 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 0.37 0.30 0.32 0.28 0.35 0.40 0.31 $ $ $ 0.20 0.22 0.31 $ $ $ 0.46 0.22 0.31 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 0.14 0.15 0.72 0.29 0.37 0.49 0.69 3.00 0.65 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 0.25 0.15 0.72 0.29 0.37 0.49 0.69 3.00 0.65 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 Myanmar (formerly Burma) Iran Morocco / Western Sahara Algeria Tunsia Libya Gambia Senegal Mauritania Mali Rep Guinea, People's Rep Ivory Coast Burkina Faso Niger Republic Togo Benin Mauritius Liberia Sierra Leone Ghana Nigeria Chad Republic Central African Republic Cameroon Cape Verde Islands Sao Tome &

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HS PUBLICATIONS CATALOGUE 2017 53%

GarrySmith405625.hs@gmail.com 4 SOME RARE EXAMPLES OF RECEPTION Libya Ch.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/03/20/hs-publications-catalogue-2017/

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