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Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula on Friday unveiled the Ministerial War Room on Prasa, aimed at aggressively improving the quality of the country's passenger rail service.
In the 1990s, he returned to politics with The War Room, co-directed by Pennebaker and his wife, Chris Hegedus.
For directing 'The War Room' he even earned an Oscar nomination for the best documentary.
Sir Nick, who has taken up a new post as Facebook's communications boss, spoke this week about how the company is setting up a "war room" Dublin to work on how the upcoming European elections are covered on the site.
"The war room will be operational ahead of major events, and it still stands," Facebook vice president of product management Guy Rosen said on Twitter.
Watch the video to see inside the luxury hotel, and find out why Charara looks back warmly on his time in the "war room".
After leaving the war room, it's time to get a taste of the Fast & Furious action.
He said the English words used by the unnamed leaders, like 'dry run, war room, candidate' have their equivalent in Malay.
The bunker played a crucial role in World War II and, later, was earmarked as a Regional War Room in the early 1950s as the Cold War between West and East was escalating.
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According to MEPCO sources, the company has also established 'Constraints War Room' at MEPCO Headquarters which is monitoring pace of work on the ongoing projects and reviewing performance on daily basis.