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The 62nd ministerial meeting of CND was held on March 14-15.
The Philippine foreign secretary, on the sidelines of the CND, met with United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Executive Director Yury Fedotov for possible expansion of the scope of capacity building and technical assistance projects to the Philippines, the DFA said.
Earlier, 150 activists marched through Barrhead and heard speeches from Paisley CND chairman David Mellor and others.
However, CND's fortunes revived in the 1980s, when Ronald Reagan sparked a new arms race.
Describing the Communist Party as CND's "partners in the cause for peace in this world", Bruce acknowledged that, during the "lean years of disarmament", the Communist Party was one of the few groups which had kept the anti-nuclear movement functioning (Report, Morning Star, November 14 1983).
Bruce Kent, pictured above, says the nuclear stance of Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan, below, led to the resurgence of CND in the '80s
"Caernarfon has a long history of people protesting and CND was happy to launch its tour here.
Mr Corbyn, rapped for his ties with CND, was made its vice president in October.
"After considering a number of Chinese cities, Givaudan finally chose CND as the optimal locale for its new fragrance facility in China and has strong confidence in the upcoming CND project.
Quantitative PCR (qPCR) assays with TaqMan probes were developed for the panel of 10 CND markers.
Buff tips to even out ridges, then wipe nails with a cotton ball dipped in acetone or alcohol, says Roxanne Valinoti, CND education training manager.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 4, 2013--Power Financial launches CND 175m preferred share issuance
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