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a belt-fed machine gun capable of firing more than 500 rounds per minute

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More than a conference and a congress, "Women's Power to Stop War" is a movement that recognizes the work of women peacemakers from around the world to show how far we've come and how far we still have to go in reaching sustainable peace.
Franciscan Peacemakers, founded 18 years ago by two Capuchin priests.
Colt did not begin to warranty any of their Peacemakers for smokeless powder ammunition until 1900.
And does The Peacemakers express genuine personal beliefs, or just milk a successful formula?
The Peacemakers features texts from Gandhi, Martin Luther King, the Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, Anne Frank and Mother Teresa, as well as words from the Bible and the Koran with some new text specially written by Terry Waite and all set to soaring music aimed directly at the soul.
Jenkins, who was born in Wales, graduated from Cardiff University and studied at London's Royal College of Music, has dedicated The Peacemakers to all who have died in armed conflict, especially civilians.
I already see the difference in the Prison, as other inmates now model the Peacemakers," said participant Betty Mills.
Froman and Sheikh Ghassan Manasra from Jerusalem Peacemakers initiative had a meeting with Erdogan in Ankara.
These peacemakers are communicating through text, photo and video and supporting one another with personal profiles, blogs, real-time chats and more than a thousand active discussions.
org -- a social network and platform for peacemakers.
delegation highlighted and extended the ongoing dialogue between Christian and Muslim peacemakers.
Peacemakers in Action: Profiles of Religion in Conflict Resolution.
The peacemakers range chronologically from Henry David Thoreau and Henry Salt to living heroes such as Jane Goodall and Desmond Tutu.
WE are currently developing a new Channel 4 documentary format series called Peacemakers, which is centred around dispute resolution between a range of parties - be that feuds between families and friends, conflicts within the working environment or even long running neighbour disputes.