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Ottoman Empire, 1565 Prince Khadin understands his days are numbered. His loss of life may come at any second, yet even he can't support yet be distracted via the Bedouin princess he sees creating a bold bid for freedom from the slave industry. Even in captivity, her braveness and purity allure Khadin to her up to her good looks.
Le "Lettere a un giovane poeta" di Rainer Maria Rilke costituisce l. a. reale e reattiva testimonianza di una concentrata corrispondenza fra il poeta austriaco di origine boema e lo scrittore Kappus all’inizio del Novecento pubblicata in seguito alla morte del poeta, forse come una sorta di testamento spirituale.
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MSNBC October 26, 2006 (Thursday) • • • • • • George W. -Mexico border. In Australia, Sheikh Taj El-Din Hilaly apologizes after a public uproar over his statement comparing women who did not wear the hijab to "uncovered meat".
Royal Thai Army troops are stationed at media outlets. (The Nation) o The junta promises civilian government in two weeks. Bank of Thailand Governor Pridiyathorn Devakula is named as the possible next prime minister. (The Nation) (The Nation) (The Nation) (BBC) o Deposed premier Thaksin Shinawatra cancels his speech before the UN General Assembly and flies to London, where he is reunited with family and friends who fled Thailand after the coup. (The Nation) September 21, 2006 (Thursday) • • Lee Kuan Yew claims Chinese in Indonesia and Malaysia "are hardworking and, therefore, they are systematically marginalized" and Singapore must stand up against its two larger neighbors.
Through a spokesman, the billionaire ex-premier also says he plans to take a "deserved rest". (Guardian) (The Nation) (AFP) o In moves to distance himself from Thaksin, former deputy prime minister Surakiart Sathirathai arrives in Bangkok and thanks the junta for its support in his bid to become United Nations SecretaryGeneral. o Former Director-General of the World Trade Organization Supachai Panitchpakdi, currently secretary-general United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, is mentioned as a possible interim prime minister, as is Supreme Administrative Court president Ackaratorn Chularat.
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