MRTA


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Wade that a DOT official would go to the MRTA offices to begin collecting materials and records for the inspector general.
One Peruvian hostage, two soldiers and all 14 MRTA hostage-takers were killed during the operation.
Prapat said that the MRTA board has not yet approved Bangkok Metro's decision, and indicated the deal could be rejected if the MRTA board found any problems.
In March, Peruvian prosecutors performed autopsies on the bodies of the guerrillas following the filing in January of a criminal complaint by a group including relatives of members of the MRTA against Fujimori, alleging some hostage-takers were executed after surrendering.
Then he offered to serve as mediator after a group of MRTA guerrillas seized the Japanese ambassador's residence during an official reception in December 1996, taking more than 600 people hostage.
They claimed some people were planning to seize the National Congress, take hostages, and demand the release of MRTA prisoners in exchange.
In those four months before the Peruvian army's strike, the hostages seized by the MRTA played chess, gave and received cooking and music -- lessons, sang happy birthday to each other and compared their imprisonment to "a cocktail party without liquor.
This lush Amazonian region is the cocoa-growing heartland of Latin America and was hotly contested by drug traffickers, MRTA guerrillas, and U.
Shrayber paid MRTA employees Nancy Osario and Maria Gutierrez amounts ranging from $500 to $2,500 a month to get them to bypass a low-bid system that was in place for trip assignments for Medicaid patients and to direct the business to his companies.
The government unleashed a counterattack against the insurgency that resulted in numerous human rights abuses on both sides and eventually quashed the Shining Path and MRTA.
46) Additionally, MRTA extinguishes stale claims to property, with statutory exceptions.
The MRTA is a portable and noninvasive device designed to measure the mechanical properties of bone (bone stiffness and elasticity) and to quantify bone "toughness.
Prapat Chongsanguan, director general of the Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA), said the MRTA board has tentatively approved the Bangkok Metro decision and a final approval would be made after all details of the deal are fully inspected.
When she was paraded before the press in January 1996, she shouted that the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement, known as MRTA, of which she was accused of being a leader, was a revolutionary movement, not a terrorist organization.
Furthermore, in true Marxist-Leninist fashion, Abimael Guzman and the leaders of the MRTA coopted the Constitution to destabilize the state.