Dar es Salaam

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the capital and largest port city of Tanzania on the Indian Ocean

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The second victim died in Dar Al-Salam police station, due to a "diabetic coma", the Interior Ministry said.
A recent survey by the Dar Al-Salam Organization indicates there are more than nine million small arms in Yemen owned by state personnel, tribesmen and vendors.
Upon arrival to Bandar Seri Begawan Airport, he was received by the Saudi Ambassador to Sultanate of Brunei Dar Al-Salam Hisham bin Abdulwahab Zar'ah, Secretary General of the Ministry of Religious Affairs of the Sultanate Al-Hajj Abdulaziz bin Al-Hajj Yusuf and a number of officials.
The Navy's 30th fleet of warships, comprised of Alvand warship and Bushehr logistic warship docked in Iran's Southern port city of Bandar Abbas in July after successfully conducting a 100-day mission of providing safe passage for Iranian shipping lines in the Indian Ocean, the Gulf of Aden, the Red Sea and sailing through the equator and berthing in Sudanese ports, Tanzania's Dar al-Salam port and Oman's Salalah port.
Il a noter que le centre de formation statistique pour l'Afrique de l'Est a ete fondee en 1994 a Dar Al-Salam en Tanzanie et regroupe 14 pays d'Afrique, dont le Soudan.
The members of the Executive Council elected during the current meeting of the League include Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic University, Riyadh, Cairo University, Egypt, Umm al-Qura University, Makkah, Dar al-Salam University, Indonesia, Amir Abdul Qadir Islamic University, Constantine, Umm Durman University, Sudan, King Saud University, Riyadh, Zaituna University, Tunis, University of Qarawiyyin, Fes, Morocco, Ain Shams University, Cairo, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Naif University for Security Sciences, Riyadh, Free University, Holland and College of Islamic Studies, Qatar.
The committee explored legal and constitutional aspects of several bills of law to be referred to other council committees, including bill of law for the year 2013 for ratification of protocol amending the agreement between the Kingdom of Bahrain Government and the government of HM Sultan of Brunei Dar Al-Salam regarding avoidance of double taxation and income tax evasion, and a bill of law for ratification of an agreement between the Kingdom of Bahrain Government and the government of Canada regarding information exchanging on tax matters, in addition to a bill of law for approval of Law (Regulation) of GCC Trademarks, associated with Royal Decree No.
The protesters, who blocked the road near Dar al-Salam Public School, argued that the state must not allow public schools to charge parents admission fees, which are LL90,000 for kindergarten students and LL110,000 for primary and intermediary levels.
The showroom in Dar al-Salam building was jointly inaugurated by Indian actress Isha Talwar and Doha Bank Group CEO Dr R Seetharaman on Valentine's Day.
Sheikh Abdulrahman Al-Marwani, head of Dar Al-Salam Organization for Fighting Revenge and Violence, also confirms a lack of evidence pointing to Baida'a.
Aggrave davantage la situation, la greve observee par les ouvriers de proprete, depuis une quinzaine de jours, dans certaines zones, dont Mdi, Dar Al-Salam, Tora et Bassatine, oE la situation menace d'une catastrophe ecologique.
In response, Emmanuel John Nchimbi, described bilateral relations between the two nations as positive and stated that the ties between Tehran and Dar al-Salam should be further enriched through exploiting all present capacities.
In Dar Al-Salam School, located in an underprivileged area of the city, 600 Saudi girl students are currently attending classes in shifts due to limited space.
Heba (25) and her sister Abeer (27) are regular faces in the overcrowded southern Cairo district of Dar al-Salam.
Meanwhile, Dar al-Salam, the daily mouthpiece of the Iraqi Islamic Party (IIP) led by Vice President Tareq al-Hashemi, published an article entitled 'Eid's present' by Waleed Abbas.