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a river in eastern Asia that arises in China and flows northeast along the border between China and Russia to become a tributary of the Amur River

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Argun was released from prison last year after serving five-and-a-half years due to legislation that abolished specially authorized courts (EuYM), one of which had overseen the case.
The Argun river separates Inner Mongolia from Russia.
Ancient texts and tomb paintings speak of the argun palm's importance, and its small round fruit was found among the offering gifts discovered in pharaohs' tombs (even King Tutankhamun was entombed with a basketful of argun fruit for his journey into the afterlife).
108) Maskhadov was replaced by his agreed successor, Abdul-Khalim Sadulayev, an Islamic theologian from Argun, Chechnya.
Attending the meeting, Turkish Minister of Industry and Trade Nihat Argun hailed Syrian-Turkish cooperation, voicing support of Turkish and Syrian investors to strengthen the joint infrastructure.
As a young man, Yitshaq Ben-Ami was tapped by the Argun militia to help smuggle Jews out of Europe.
Some of the guns used in the events include an air pistol, air rifle, argun, free pistol and a shotgun.
Two separate couples were used as leads: as Suzel, Lucy Choi and Debra Da Vaughn, and as Fritz, Argun Tekant and Christopher Simmons.
Argun Makhijani, president of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Research agreed.
His story Argun, a tough autobiographical account of his service in Chechnya, opens the anthology.
The rebel warlord was tracked down in his home town of Argun in an operation involving special agents and police.
They agreed to establish a joint Russia-China immigration working group and build a bridge over the Argun River at the Russian-Chinese border at Heishantou in the Chinese region of Inner Mongolia.
The separatists decided at a war council that their fighters would retreat into the inaccessible Vedeno and Argun gorges in southern Chechnya and the Pankisi gorge in northern Georgia, to carry on a classic hit-and-run guerrilla war.
This central question distinguishes this Note from an earlier published work, Argun M.
In 1995,Chechen rebels buried a caesium-137 source in Izmailovsky Park in Moscow,and in 1998 a container of radioactive materials attached to a mine was discovered by a railway line near Argun in Chechnya.