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Mibambwe III Mutabazi II Sentabyo

Mibambwe III Mutabazi II Sentabyo, also known as Mhwerazikamwa, was a Mwami of the Kingdom of Rwanda during the eighteenth century. He succeeded Kigeli III Ndabarasa. The start of his reign was marked by an eclipse.

                                               

Law enforcement in Rwanda

References Sources Sullivan, Larry E. Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 2005. World Encyclopedia of Police Forces and Correctional Systems,second edition, Gale., 2006 World Police Encyclopedia, ed. by Dilip K. Das ...

                                               

Rwanda National Police

The service was created on 16 June 2000 by law No. 09 of 2000 and merged three earlier forces, the Gendarmerie Nationale of the Ministry of Defence, the Communal Police of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Judicial Police of the Ministry o ...

                                               

Saint Lucia National Emergency Management Organisation

Disaster Management, though called by numerous names over the years has manifested itself constantly in Saint Lucia. As far back as June 10 – 20, 1979 Saint Lucia was host to the Caribbean Disaster Preparedness Seminar, where over one hundred and ...

                                               

Civil Police (San Marino)

The Civil Police founded on January 1, 1945, is one of the law enforcement organisations in San Marino, who police one of the smallest, but perhaps one of the safest countries in the world. In 2011, only one prisoner was incarcerated, making San ...

                                               

Law enforcement in San Marino

Law enforcement in San Marino is the responsibility of the centralized Civil Police, together with the Corps of Gendarmerie of San Marino, and the Fortress Guard, have been providing law enforcement in San Marino since a statute in 1987, which re ...

                                               

Abdul Aziz bin Musaid

Abdul Aziz bin Musaid was a Saudi Arabian military commander.Ibn Saud, founder of Saudi Arabias Saud dynasty sent Abdul Aziz bin Musaid with a "strong contingent of warriors" to conquer Asir, in 1921.

                                               

Al-Fahd

The Al-Fahd is an armoured fighting vehicle used by the Armed Forces of Saudi Arabia. It was the first armoured fighting vehicle developed and built in Saudi Arabia. The vehicle is produced by the Abdallah Al Faris Company for Heavy Industries, w ...

                                               

Al-Faris 8-400

The Al-Faris 8-400 Armored Personnel Carrier, produced by the Abdullah Al-Faris Heavy Industries company, is part of the Al-Faris 8-400 family of armoured vehicles. It was planned to be put into service in the Kingdoms armed forces, but the vehic ...

                                               

Ikhwan

The Ikhwan, also Akhwan, was the first Saudi army made up of traditionally nomadic tribesmen which formed a significant military force of the ruler Ibn Saud and played an important role in establishing him as ruler of most of the Arabian Peninsul ...

                                               

Al Sulayyil ballistic missile base

The Al Sulayyil ballistic missile base is the first Saudi ballistic missile facility built 1987-1988 near the town of Al-Sulayyil, 450 km southwest of the Saudi Arabian capital, Riyadh.

                                               

Al-Watah ballistic missile base

Al-Watah ballistic missile base is a ballistic missile facility in the low but quite rocky mountains near the town of Al-Watah, Saudi Arabia, 200 km west-southwest of Riyadh.

                                               

King Khalid Military City

King Khalid Military City is a special city in northeastern Saudi Arabia and about 60 km south of Hafar Al-Batin City, designed and built by the Middle East Division, a unit of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, in the 1970s and 1980s. Th ...

                                               

Sudairi Seven

The Sudairi Seven, also spelled Sudairy or Sudayri, is the commonly used name for a powerful alliance of seven full brothers within the House of Saud. Their father King Abdulaziz Ibn Saud had more sons with their mother Hussa Sudairi than he did ...

                                               

Mani ibn Rabia al-Muraydi

Mani ibn Rabia al-Muraydi is the oldest alleged ancestor of the House of Saud, which currently rules in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He is thought to be a descendant of Banu Hanifa, one of the tribes of Banu Bakr ibn Wail of Rabiah of the Adnanit ...

                                               

Free Princes Movement

The Free Princes Movement was a Saudi liberal political movement that existed from 1958 to 1964. Its members were known as the Young Najd, Free Princes, and Liberal Princes.

                                               

Al-Menbar Islamic Society

Al Menbar National Islamic Society is the political wing of the Sunni Islamist Al Eslah Society in Bahrain and Bahrains branch of the Muslim Brotherhood. The president and patron of the Al Eslah Society is Shaikh Isa bin Mohammed Al Khalifa, a me ...

                                               

Federation of Islamic Organizations in Europe

The Federation of Islamic Organizations in Europe was founded by the Muslim Brotherhood in 1989. FIOE subsequently created the European Council for Fatwa and Research, a pan European Muslim Brotherhood organisation which provides guidance to Musl ...

                                               

Islamic Community of Germany

The Islamic Community of Germany is an Islamic organization headquartered in Munich, Germany and that consists of a network of mosques, centers and associations in all major West German cities. The German government says the IGD is the central or ...

                                               

Muslim American Society

The Muslim American Society is a nonprofit organization founded in 1993 and headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia. MAS describes itself as an Islamic revival and reform movement.

                                               

Rabea TV

Rabea TV, also called the revolution channel, is a Muslim Brotherhood oppositional satellite TV network that broadcasts its stream from Turkey, but targets Egyptian viewers.

                                               

King Faisal Airbase

                                               

King Khalid Air Base

During the Gulf War in 1991, the USAF had a base here from which they launched bombers on Baghdad, Iraq. On the opening night of the war Vickers VC10 tankers from No. 101 Squadron RAF launched here refueled Royal Air Force Panavia Tornado GR1s. T ...

                                               

Saudi Hawks

On June 6, 1998, at King Abdulaziz Air Base Dhahran, No. 88 Squadron was created by Gen. Abdulaziz Henaidy, the Royal Saudi Air Forces chief of staff, who is backed by Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Minister of Defense and Aviation. The squadron is ...

                                               

First Lady of Senegal

First Lady of Senegal is the title attributed to the wife of the president of Senegal. The countrys current first lady is Marieme Faye Sall, wife of President Macky Sall, who had held the position since April 2, 2012. There has been no first gent ...

                                               

Burial sites of Serbian monarchs

                                               

Police of Serbia

The Police of Serbia, formally the Police of the Republic of Serbia, commonly abbreviated to Serbian Police, is the civilian police force of Serbia. The Serbian Police is responsible for all local and national law enforcement. It is under the jur ...

                                               

Special Anti–Terrorist Unit (Serbia)

The Special Police Force Serbian: Јединица милиције за специјална дејства of the Republican Secretary for the Interior of the Socialist Republic of Serbia was established on 18 December 1978. The first base for the Milicija unit was at the Milici ...

                                               

Faculty of Law, Union University (Serbia)

                                               

Faculty of Law, University of Kragujevac

                                               

Serbian Army

The Serbian Army is the land-based component of the Serbian Armed Forces, responsible for defending the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Serbia from foreign hostiles; participating in peacekeeping operations; and providing humanitarian ai ...

                                               

Equipment of the Serbian Armed Forces

Serbia is expected to receive, as a donation, at least 30 T-72S already modernized in Russia which will most likely be modernized even further by VTI or Yugoimport SDPR and 30 BRDM-2 APCs, which will be modernized with the new designation of Kurj ...

                                               

Joint Operations Command (Serbia)

Joint Operations Command is organizational unit of the Serbian Armed Forces directly subordinated to the General Staff of the Armed Forces. The main duty of the Command is to conduct operational command over Armed Forces. Operations Command has a ...

                                               

Peacekeeping Operations Center

Peacekeeping Operations Center is a unit of the Joint Operations Command within the General Staff of the Serbian Armed Forces. It is the major authority for training, selection, equipping, preparation and deployment of individuals and units from ...

                                               

Equipment of the Air Force of Serbia and Montenegro

                                               

Equipment of the Serbian Air Force and Air Defence

                                               

Military equipment of the Royal Serbian Army

                                               

Nestin-class river minesweepers

The Nestin -class minesweeper is a class of minesweeper built specifically for naval mine clearing duties on rivers. The class was built for the needs of the Yugoslav Navy on the Danube river, and was also sold to Hungary and Iraq during the 1970 ...

                                               

Military history of Serbia

The Serbian army during this period was primarily consisted of light cavalry and infantry force armed with spear, javelin or bows. With the increasing wealth from mining, mercenary knights were recruited to complement noble cavalry armed with bow ...

                                               

Army general (Kingdom of Yugoslavia)

Army general was a military rank of the Kingdom of Serbia and later Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Established in 1886, it was abolished for some period after 1901, but it was again created in Kingdom of Yugoslavia after 1918 as Kingdom of Serbia passed ...

                                               

Buljubasa

                                               

Buljukbasica

                                               

Vojvoda (Serbia and Yugoslavia)

Vojvoda literally "war-leader" from old Serbian was the highest rank in the army of the Kingdom of Serbia and Kingdom of Yugoslavia from 1901 until end of Second World War in 1945. It has roots from the medieval term Voivode used during medieval ...

                                               

Chetniks in the interwar period

In the Interwar period in Yugoslavia, there were several veteran associations of Serbian guerrillas that had fought in Ottoman Macedonia, Balkan Wars and World War I. Leading Chetniks were split between the Democratic Party DS and Radical Party R ...

                                               

Boris Tadic reelection campaign, 2008

Boris Tadic has advocated early presidential election that is required by the constitutional law, since the adoption of the new Constitution of Serbia, after a successful constitutional referendum in October 2006. On 13 December 2007 the speaker ...

                                               

La Fleche (P32)

La Fleche is a 30-metre patrol vessel owned and operated by the Seychelles Coast Guard. La Fleche was donated to Seychelles by the United Arab Emirates, with a sister ship, on April 1, 2011. Although the Seychelles are a small country, it is loca ...

                                               

James Bambay Kamara

In 1987 Bambay Kamara fell out with Vice President Francis Minah over politics. The dispute ended with Bambay Kamara implicating Minah in the 1987 attempted coup against President Joseph Saidu Momoh. Kamara claimed that Minah knew about the plot ...

                                               

Sierra Leone Police Corps

The Sierra Leone Police Corps was established in 1829, by the colonial authorities of British West Africa. Recruitment was primarily made from Sierra Leone Creole people. The Corps was composed of 17 officers, 23 non-commissioned officers with 30 ...

                                               

Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (Singapore)

The Personal Data Protection Act 2012 sets out the law on data protection in Singapore. Apart from establishing a general data protection regime, the Act also regulates telemarketing practices.

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