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Dar es Sa·laam

 (där′ ĕs sə-läm′)
The largest city and former capital of Tanzania, in the eastern part of the country on an arm of the Indian Ocean. It was founded in 1862 by the sultan of Zanzibar.
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Dar es Salaam

(ˈdɑːr ɛs səˈlɑːm)
(Placename) the chief port of Tanzania, on the Indian Ocean: capital of German East Africa (1891–1916); capital of Tanzania until 1983 when it was officially replaced by Dodoma, though still retaining some functions; university (1963). Pop: 2 683 000 (2005 est)
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Dar es Sa•laam

or Dar-es-Sa•laam

(ˌdɑr ɛs səˈlɑm)
a seaport in Tanzania, on the Indian Ocean. 1,360,850.
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Noun1.Dar es Salaam - the capital and largest port city of Tanzania on the Indian Ocean
Tanzania, United Republic of Tanzania - a republic in eastern Africa
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Dar es Salaam

[ˈdaːrɛssəˈlɑːm] nDar-es-Salaam f
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Around 54 of the National Cancer Institute patients were evacuated because of the incident, 30 of which, were transferred to Nasser Institute Hospital, and the rest were transferred to Dar Al-Salam Hospital.
The arrested persons are foreigners who rented a house in Dar al-Salam district, a blue-collar area southern Cairo, the statement added without revealing the nationalities of the arrested persons.
Dar Al-Salam, 27 Shawwal,1439 AH, 11 July,2018 , SPA -- King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) delivered here today 50 tons of dates as a gift given by the Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the United Republic of Tanzania, in the presence of Saudi Deputy Ambassador to Tanzania Ahmed Al-Ghamdi, Tanzania's Mufti Abu Bakr Al-Zubeir, and representatives from the Saudi Ministry of Finance and KSRelief.
In reprisal, the nomads exchanged fire with the SLA-AW fighters and burned the village of Durgo, from where the population reportedly fled to Boori, Dar al-Salam and Golo.
Damascus, SANA- Expressing love for homeland and life, the Rhythm of Life team has executed a mural on the wall of Dar al-Salam School in Damascus.
In a statement to KUNA, Kuwaiti embassy in Dar Al-Salam, Kuwait Ambassador to Tanzania Jassem Al-Najem said that six water wells were inaugurated at one time in Tanga coastal city, 400 kilometers north of the capital.
The vouchers were handed over to the recipients as follows: QRCS Jordan office (300 vouchers), Dar Al-Salam Charity Organization in Irbid (200), Nedaa Al-Khair Charity Organization (100), Al-Gharaa Charity Organization (150), and Jordan Hashemite Charity Organization (250).
A programme for children in progress at Dar Al-Salam Mall at Abu Hamour.
It has two churches, two chapels, one mosque, two restaurants and a Dar al-Salam nursery.
Jerusalem is the abode of peace (Dar al-Salam) where three religions can coexist.
The Navy's 30th fleet of warships, comprised of Alvand warship and Bushehr logistic warship docked in Iran's Southern port city of Bandar Abbas in July after successfully conducting a 100-day mission of providing safe passage for Iranian shipping lines in the Indian Ocean, the Gulf of Aden, the Red Sea and sailing through the equator and berthing in Sudanese ports, Tanzania's Dar al-Salam port and Oman's Salalah port.
Il a noter que le centre de formation statistique pour l'Afrique de l'Est a ete fondee en 1994 a Dar Al-Salam en Tanzanie et regroupe 14 pays d'Afrique, dont le Soudan.