April 12

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April 12

Holidays




Legal Holidays by Countries

Catholic EasterAlbania, Lebanon
EasterEstonia, Finland, Germany, Honduras, Italy, Latvia, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal
Holy WednesdayGuatemala
Orthodox EasterAlbania, Lebanon
Palm SundayEquatorial Guinea, Norway
TensaeEritrea
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April 12, 2007 St George's, Sri Lanka won by six wickets
One of those in the posters, Jose Ely Garachico, was shot and wounded when armed men attacked him in Oton town on April 12, 2007.
* John and Lynne were married on April 12, 2007. * Officer Lockhart went on regular retirement pension on June 1, 2008.
TIR-TF17-TSF-0705-97, May 20, 2007, 3; TIR number redacted 10th interrogation, March 26, 2007; TIR number redacted, 18th intcrrogation, March 30, 2007; TIR number redacted, 41st intcrrogation, April 12, 2007, 3; and TIR number redacted, 54th interrogation, April 18, 2007.
On April 12, 2007, Al-Qaida detonated a bomb on Baghdad's Sarafiya Bridge, killing nine people.
Unfortunately, a possible ship strike that was associated with the killing of one passenger occurred on April 12, 2007.
He said: "I am proud to say that I joined Northumbria Police working in every area command until my retirement on April 12, 2007, when I left with an exemplary service record, in the substantive rank of detective inspector, acting detective chief inspector "In my time with the police I was a Police Federation Representative, representing the federated ranks.
But he did see combat - the worst of it on April 12, 2007, when his vehicle drove over an improvised explosive device, killing a good friend seated right beside Boender.
The daylight ambush occurred April 12, 2007 four months into his second combat tour.
Sugarcane has become strategic for producing biofuels, but one of biofuels' more radical opponents is former President Fidel Castro (NotiCen, April 12, 2007).
Vietnam said on April 12, 2007 a BP-led $2 billion (1 billion pound) natural gas field and pipeline project in the South China Sea was within the bounds of its sovereignty, after Beijing accused Hanoi of infringing China's territory.