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capital and largest city of Northern Ireland

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KARACHI -- Nurse Anila Ali Bardai of the Aga Khan University Hospital received the award for excellence in neonatal nursing at the opening ceremony of the 8th International Conference of the Neonatal Nurses held at the Waterfront Hotel in Belfast, Ireland.
Since the Faroe Island were defeated 4-0 in Belfast, Ireland have lost eight and drawn five of their 13 games.
Editors Morrow and Abdelmonem are both affiliated with Queen's University Belfast, Ireland.
The International seminar in support of Palestinian political prisoners and detainees" Throughout his speech, Mr Hamadan announced an event which will be taking place in Saturday 19th May in Belfast, Ireland.
Matthews was born in Belfast, Ireland, the daughter of James and Elizabeth (Hughes) Mateer and had lived in Whitinsville, Lancaster and over 40 years in Clinton.
The awards are to take place in Belfast, Ireland and will be hosted by Selena Gomez.
While growing up in Belfast, Ireland, Terry Bradley discovered at an early age that drawing calmed his nerves.
The mini cruise departs Southampton on April 3, 2012, visiting Liverpool, England, and Belfast, Ireland, before returning on April 8.
ISEA2009 was held in Belfast, Ireland with ISEA2010 being staged in the RUHR region of Germany.
2010 European tour dates: June 22: Dublin (02 Arena), June 23: Belfast, Ireland (Odyssey Arena), June 25: London (Hard Rock Calling Hyde Park), June 27: TBD, June 30: Berlin (Wuhlheide), July 1: TBD, July 3: Arras, France (Main Square Festival), July 4: Werchter, Belgium (Rock Werchter Festival), July 6: TBD, July 9: TBD, July 10: Oeiras, Portugal (Optimus Alive Festival)
and worldwide headquarters in Belfast, Ireland, has been featured.
Hunt of the Royal Group of Hospitals, Belfast, Ireland.
Andor is based in Belfast, Ireland, and was founded in 1989.
Amanda Black of the Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Research Group at Queen's University, Belfast, Ireland, and her associates.
Born in Belfast, Ireland almost 95 years ago, Stan was a long-time, faithful elder of the Church of St.