Comoro Islands

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Synonyms for Comoro Islands

three main islands and numerous islets in the Indian Ocean between Mozambique and Madagascar

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He added that the police rushed SKR, a 30-year-old man from Comoro Islands, to Khalifa Hospital as he was found on the site with serious injuries resulting from the clash.
The Federal Supreme Court, presided over by judge Shihab Al Hammadi, found Saeed Abdullah Al Mashjari, Emirati, 27; Ebrahim Morad Nawab Al Beloushi, 25, and Khalifa Mohammad Abdullah Al Beloushi, 21, from the Comoro Islands, guilty of posing a potential terror threat to the country as they held the terrorist ideology of Al Qaida, Daesh and other terrorist organisations.
Presently, status of the carrier's other A320, D6-CAS (cn 3040), on lease from Comoro Islands Airline (CIN, Moroni Int'l), is not disclosed.
Not many make the transition from the Comoro Islands to Cold Blow Lane, but Abdou, who has represented the tiny African islands at international level, has endeared himself to the Lions faithful with his non-stop running and tackling, winning last season's supporters' Player of the Year award.
Distribution: Specimens of Chromis fieldi have been examined or records verified from Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, KwaZulu-Natal, Seychelles (including Amirantes), Comoro Islands, Reunion, Mauritius, Cargados Carajos Shoals, Chagos Archipelago, Maldive Islands, southern Oman, Socotra in the Gulf of Aden, Sri Lanka, Mentawai Islands (Sumatra), and Christmas Island.
BAGHDAD/ Aswat al-Iraq: Despite the Arab League's expectations that 9-10 Arab leaders are expected to attend the AL Summit due here next Thursday, and the arrival of Comoro Islands president as the first one, vagueness is overlapping the corridors of the Summit on the levels of representation.
Key words: Heteroptera, Cylapinae, Fulvius, new species, Comoro Islands.
The efforts paid off, eventually: An intact, wholly preserved coelacanth was recovered from a native of the Comoro Islands, near Madagascar, in 1952.
and others, Community-level diversity modelling of birds and butterflies on Anjouan, Comoro Islands.
Lemurs are a particular group of primates found in Madagascar and the Comoro Islands ?
Lemurs are found only on Madagascar and the Comoro Islands and are considered the most threatened of all primates, according to the World Wildlife Fund.
The fact that fishermen in the Comoro Islands had always known about the fish, which they call mame or gombessa, didn't count, of course.
He also expressed the chamber's willingness to provide all the resources to upgrade Comoros' chambers of industry, train their cadres and organize a visit by a Jordanian industrial team to take a first-hand look at investment opportunities in the Comoro islands.
39; Comoro Islands, off the African coast, $2:25, and Burma, $2.
They are Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Morocco, Palestine, Comoro Islands, Kuwait, Lebanon, Egypt, Mauritania, Qatar, Oman, Syria, Tunisia, Jordan, Algeria, Djibouti, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Libya, Sudan and Yemen.