Sherwan


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Sherwan

In Nepal, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a rural municipality.
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There are many missing, many,'' said Naji Khano, who lost his 17-year-old son Sherwan as he fled gunmen.
Sherwan Hamad, a native of Erbil who is currently working in Ankara, said Karanfil reminds him of the Dalakhana market in the Kurdish capital.
Organizer Sherwan Sakfan, with the Sawa Youth Coalition, told The Daily Star he expected some 300 people to turn out and hundreds to take to the streets to cheer the runners on, after promoting the event through leaflets and online social networking platforms.
Generals, Sherwan Abdul Rahman and Jabbar Yawar, Secretary General of the Ministry of Peshmerga.
The MKO committed numerous crimes against the Iraqi people during Saddam's era and after the US invasion of the country and the government has many documents showing links between the MKO and several leaders of al-Qaeda terrorist network," former Iraqi National Security Minister Sherwan Waeli told Habilian Association.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Parliamentary Integrity Commission MP Sherwan al-Wa'ili announced that the Electricity General Inspector was hosted today who disclosed "dangerous violations" in German and Canadian contracts.
National Security Minister, Sherwan al-Waeli, told Reuters the attack was not a robbery, adding that it involved 15 gunmen, including seven suicide bombers.
Atalay said he was also scheduled to meet with Iraqi Security Minister Sherwan al-Waili in Irbil.
Hideouts of militants were also destroyed in the action against militants in Razmak, Makeen, Nawaz Kot, Spinkay, Gund Sar, Sherwan area of the agency.
1) Abdulqadir Maghded Zangana (2) Salah Abu-Bakir (3) Sherwan Ahmad Garota
Juma Khan, operation commander at the police headquarters said the incident took place in Sherwan area early this morning.
The new minister of state for national security is Sherwan al-Waili, a Shiite.