mare nostrum

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(our sea) the Mediterranean to the ancient Romans

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Adam Peaty made it four wins from four finals at the Mare Nostrum series, taking the Men's 100m Breaststroke and Men's 50m Breaststroke in Barcelona.
Malik, Founding Rector of Virtual University and Otto Evjenth, chairman Mare Nostrum, Norway.
'I want break all my previous best time this year and will certainly give my best in all tournaments,' said Wong who will also be going to Mare Nostrum.
The week-long festival will open on Friday, April 20, with a screening of award-winning short films exploring the refugee experience which include Mare Nostrum, a portrayal of a father's decision to put his daughter's life at risk, Fate, Wherever it Takes Us, a self-reflective, experimental film about a journey from Syrian minefields to asylum in Jordan, and clips from a new film by 2017 Young Journalist Award Winner Mohamed Jabaly (Dir.
Deputy Head of Mission Embassy of Norway Ms Siv Kaspersen chaired the inaugural session of the workshops here on Monday while UVAS Vice-chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha, Rector Virtual University of Pakistan Dr Naveed A Malik, Vice-Chancellor University of the Gambia Prof Dr Faqir Muhammad Anjum, Mare Nostrum Norway Mr Otto Evjenth, Prof Dr Muhammad Nawaz, Prof Dr Anila Zameer Durrani, Dr Shahida Noumani and a large number of students, faculty members and national and international participants from all over the world were present.
In Spain, Aviva will continue to hold shareholdings in life insurance joint ventures with Caja Granada and Cajamurcia, both part of Banco Mare Nostrum, and Pelayo Group.
During the Roman era, the concept of Mare Nostrum governed states' claims to the sea.
1 July 2016 - Scandinavia-based debt collection and debt purchase company Axactor has acquired a prime unsecured nonperforming loan portfolio originated by Spain-based consumer finance institution BMN (Banco Mare Nostrum), the company said.
On the gallery's back wall was the neon work Mare nostrum (Our Sea), 2016.
The Italy-led search and rescue mission, Mare Nostrum, ended in October 2014 and was replaced by Triton, which deployed fewer ships and prioritised deterring migrants over rescue operations, the report says.
They will also urge the renewal of the Mare Nostrum program saving migrants who try to cross the sea from Africa to reach Europe, and also an end to special operations carried out among migrant communities by the domestic security and counter-intelligence agency DANS.
Tuesday's rescues were carried out in an area around 56km from the coast of Libya by Italian coast guard ships activated as part of European Union rescue mission Triton, which replaced Italy's broader operation Mare Nostrum.
The operation 'Mare Nostrum', featuring Italian navy and air force elements, was replaced in November 2014 by the cheaper operation 'Triton', headed by EU's own border guard Frontex, after EU countries turned down Italian requests to assist with the financing of the operation.
It was a disastrous mistake to stop Mare Nostrum under which, Brussels funded mainly Italian naval patrols who found and rescued thousands of migrants from North Africa who were dying on unscrupulous traffickers' boats.