Rigi


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Rigi

(ˈriːɡɪ)
n
(Placename) a mountain in the Alps of N central Switzerland, between Lakes Lucerne, Zug, and Lauerz
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For some days we were content to enjoy looking at the blue lake Lucerne and at the piled-up masses of snow-mountains that border it all around--an enticing spectacle, this last, for there is a strange and fascinating beauty and charm about a majestic snow-peak with the sun blazing upon it or the moonlight softly enriching it--but finally we concluded to try a bit of excursioning around on a steamboat, and a dash on foot at the Rigi.
Tehran and Islamabad are holding meetings to extradite to Iran the recently captured terrorist leader, Abdo-Sattar Rigi, whose notorious brother Abdolmalek Rigi led the Jundollah terrorist group and was arrested and executed by Iran in early 2011.
Now mountain railway network Rigi Bahnen says it is to launch trains purely reserved for the Chinese, with up to 20 services promised every week.
The Pakistani forces will detain other terrorists like Abdul Sattar Rigi whenever they were identified, said he.
Abdul Rauf and his nephew Abu Bakr Rigi were killed in an attack by the Jaish al-Adl group in the city of Dalbandin, Iran's official IRNA news agency reported Aug 29.
It finds that the specter of the late Rigi continues to weigh heavily on ethnic Baluch militancy in Iran.
We located the milk canisters on the open flatbed attached to the front of the Mt Rigi cogwheel train.
Price includes Return Eurostar from London St Pancras International to Paris Gare du Nord Four nights' bed and breakfast accommodation Journey on the Golden Pass Line to Lucerne Visit to Alt Goldau and Mount Rigi Glacier Express trip from Chur to Brig Visit to the Swiss Capital of Bern A cruise on Lake Thun Services of a Tour Manager www.
Jundollah has been less active and less effective than when Rigi was alive, but it has proven false the government's claim to have eliminated the group.
Still, Rigi and his comrades had never before spoken to a journalist in the flesh, let alone appeared in front of a television camera, and consequently the group was often described by both Iranian and American media as "shadowy.
saying "Abdul Rauf Rigi, the brother of Abdul Malik who was executed in Iran