yes, that's the point: no one would assume that 'stampede' means that animals were involved, just like no one would assume that people were killed inside of a rock crusher during new year celebrations.-rhm22 07:24, 1 january 2015 utc as a speaker of british english, i disagree - a stampede does imply to me that animals were involved.
the attack cost 270 lives, most of them tunisian civilians. the attack was later condemned by the united nations security council. the united states is thought to have assisted or known of the attack. the iran–iraq war took place from 1980 to 1988.
during the eight-year war with iran, saddam hussein extensively used chemical weapons against iranians. in the final stages of the iran–iraq war, the ba'athist iraqi regime led the al-anfal campn, a genocidal campn that targeted iraqi kurds, and led to the killing of 50,000–100,000 civilians.
only 37 were known to be produced with an original selling price of $4,000.00. today, only seven units are registered and known to exist. in 1970, emissions standards and fuel economy were taking a toll on muscle cars.
a 1956 world oil production distribution, showing historical data and future production, proposed by m. king hubbert – it had a peak of 12.5 billion barrels per year in about the year 2000. as of 2016, the world's oil production was 29.4 billion barrels per year 80.6 mbbl/day , with an oil glut between 2014 and 2018.
the history of iran, which was commonly known until the mid-20th century as persia in the western world, is intertwined with the history of a larger region, also to an extent known as greater iran, comprising the area from anatolia, the bosphorus, and egypt in the west to the borders of ancient india and the syr darya in the east, and from the .
following months of cross-border raids between the two countries, saddam declared war on iran in september 1980, initiating the iran–iraq war or first persian gulf war . taking advantage of the post-revolution chaos in iran, iraq captured some territories in southwest of iran, but iran recaptured all of the lost territories within two years, and for the next six years iran was on the offensive.
iran managed to get some advanced weapons, such as anti-tank tow missiles, which worked better than rocket-propelled grenades. iran later reverse-engineered and produced those weapons on their own as well. all of these almost certainly helped increase the effectiveness of iran, although it did not reduce the human cost of their attacks.
since the revolution iran's gdp ppp has grown from $114 billion in 1980 to $858 billion in 2010. gdp per capita ppp has grown from $4295 in 1980 to $11,396 in 2010. since the revolution iran's gdp nominal has grown from $90.392 billion in 1979 to $385.874 in 2015.
in june 2015, more than a ton of confiscated ivory was crushed in new york's times square by the wildlife conservation society to send a message that the illegal trade will not be tolerated. the ivory, confiscated in new york and philadelphia, was sent up a conveyor belt into a rock crusher. the wildlife conservation society has pointed out .
iran used the marshes as a springboard for future attacks/infiltrations. four years into the war, the human cost to iran had been 170,000 combat fatalities and 340,000 wounded. iraqi combat fatalities were estimated at 80,000 with 150,000 wounded. 'tanker war' and the 'war of the cities'
irish americans irish: gael-mheiriceánh are an ethnic group comprising americans who have full or partial ancestry from ireland.about 33 million americans — 10.1% of the total population — self-identified as being of irish ancestry in the 2017 american community survey conducted by the u.s. census bureau. this compares with a population of 6.6 million on the island of ireland.
production dropped sharply in the early 1990s when world demand and prices fell, but output has since increased to more than 2.4 million tons. syria produced about 1.9% of the world's phosphate rock output and was the world's ninth ranked producer of phosphate rock in 2009.
during soviet rule, tbilisi's population grew significantly, the city became more industrialized, and it also came to be an important political, social, and cultural centre of the soviet union. in 1980 the city housed the first state-sanctioned rock festival in the ussr. as a major tourist destination for both soviet citizens and foreign .
the iranian revolution persian: انقلاب ایران , romanized: enqelâbe irân, pronounced ʔeɴɢeˌlɒːbe ʔiːɾɒːn , also known as the islamic revolution or the 1979 revolution, was a series of events that involved the overthrow of the last monarch of iran, shah mohammad reza pahlavi, and the replacement of his government .
the military–industrial complex mic is an informal alliance between a nation's military and the defense industry that supplies it, seen together as a vested interest which influences public policy. a driving factor behind this relationship between the government and defense-minded corporations is that both sides benefit—one side from obtaining war weapons, and the other from being paid .