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NYUAD Vice Chancellor Al Bloom said, "It was an immense privilege for our students, faculty, and institution to hear from former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. His own commitment to look beyond our own shores, seek to understand others, and to interact with them with sensitivity and complexity so deeply reinforces our own."
The university's Vice-Chancellor Al Bloom said: "It was an immense privilege for our students, faculty, and institution to hear from former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. His own commitment to look beyond our own shores, seek to understand others, and to interact with them with sensitivity and complexity so deeply reinforces our own."
Kiir's last trip to London took place in October 2006 and met with former prime minister Tony Blair. (ST)
IN 1998 PRIME Minister Tony Blair added the word ASBO to the British lexicon.
British Airways said on Wednesday poor markings at Miami Airport were to blame for a safety scare involving a jumbo jet carrying British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Dec 28, 2006
* the chorus of silence from Prime Minister Tony Blair, David Cameron and Liberal Democrat leader Menzies Campbell over British Airways's refusal to allow an employee to wear a small silver cross to work.
--British Prime Minister Tony Blair, commenting on the conviction of the deposed Iraqi dictator (CNN.com, Nov.
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Prime Minister Tony Blair's government is seeking to avoid additional student unrest over mandatory worship services at state-supported schools in Great Britain.
It is totally unacceptable that some Labour MPs are trying to get rid of the Prime Minister Tony Blair just after he has won a third General Election.
AS the chorus calling for Prime Minister Tony Blair to step down continues to grow, the number of weeks before he loses his job was trading at 60-65 on Spreadfair yesterday, writes Adrian Humphries.
Europe is strongly backing the initiative proposed by British Prime Minister Tony Blair, and U.S.

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