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

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Igad has begun displaying "unity of purpose" in support of peacemaking efforts in South Sudan, Mr Sutphin said.
At this time I decided to gain a deeper knowledge of the theological elements of peacemaking and modern politics.
It succeeds in its primary intent: "This book is motivated by the need to place the meaning of peace, violence, nonviolence, and peacemaking in particular religious contexts" (p.
The first half of the volume argues that CPM will benefit both peacemaking processes and corporate activities in conflict-prone countries.
He also underlined Moscow's role in pushing peacemaking efforts between the Palestinians and Israelis forward to find a peaceful solution to this conflict.
His decade of involvement in the Malaysian church and its social constraints helped him to see the need for a fresh conceptualization of mission, be aware of the importance of presenting peacemaking in terms an evangelical constituency might accept, and understand the impossibility of saying anything helpful without a thorough knowledge of the complex interplay of religion, ethnicity, and politics that Malaysia presents.
Peace and peacemaking in Paul and the Greco-Roman world.
Followers of just peacemaking may still use just war theory to determine the morality of war once war is inevitable.
As CSTO press-secretary Vladimir Zaynetdinov told Arminfo, peacemaking subdivisions of the CSTO member-states will take
Sweden, May 14 -- Since the government has publicly declared its reform plans including national reconciliation, it ought to carefully control its armed forces to support the peacemaking efforts.
In contrast, we are only beginning to develop strategies for peacemaking and to commit ourselves to learning the skills that it requires.
However, the Palestinian -- Israeli peacemaking is still elusive as ever as Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot" has been, without a glimpse of light at the end of the endless tunnel of Israeli military occupation of Palestinian territories and people.
Aaron David Miller of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars noted on May 11 that, "The only three breakthroughs in the history of Arab-Israeli peacemaking - involving Israeli deals with the Egyptians, Jordanians, and Palestinians - came about through secret diplomacy in which Washington wasn't even involved.
The peacemaking debt of Kyrgyzstan is $123,000, Kydyrov said.
Burkholder's Prophetic Peacemaking should be added to it.