Sawt


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Sawt

 of lions: a pride of lions.
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Information Minister, Omran al-Zoubi thanked, in a recorded address, the Syrian state and private media, and Sawt al-Shabab cadre.
It is her intention, with the formation of SAWT, that the people of Worcester be given a voice on saving their neighborhoods from the devastation wrought by the beetle.
The event was covered live on Sawt Al-Ghad radio station, and was attended by a representative from the Ministry of Industry and Trade along with a number of Samsung Levant employees.
Radio Riyadh jointly with Sawt Al Arab ( the voice of Arab) will air at the beginning of the Blessed Month of Ramadan a soap opera entitled "The Price of Sacrifice" a joint Saudi- Egyptian production radio series adopted from the work of late Hamid Damanhouri, a Saudi writer with work of the same title published in 1958 and republished in 1980.
BAGHDAD - Sawt (Voice of) Baghdad newspaper issued by the Baghdad Mayoralty will celebrate its 6th anniversary on Thursday, Feb.
Peshawar, Apr 15 (ANI): Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan spokesman Muslim Khan has said that their men would surrender arms only after they see Sharia enforced in Malakand division of the Sawt Valley, after TNSM chief Sufi Muhammad has asked them to lay down arms after President Asif Zardari approved the Nizam-e-Adl Regulation.
5) The QAP produced its own magazines Sawt al-Jihad [Voice of Jihad], Muaskar al-Battar [Camp of the Sabre] and al-Khansa [named after a seventh-century female poet], as well as a large number of statements.
Since the beginning of fighting in Lebanon the IDF has briefly taken control of the airwaves of al-Manar, Radio Nour, and Radio Sawt Al-Shab (the radio station of the Communist Party, which identifies with Hizbullah) to relay Israeli messages aimed at boosting deterrence, demoralizing Hizbullah and presenting Nasrallah as a liar and incapable leader.
The details of the kidnapping appeared in Sawt al-Jihad, or Voice of Holy War, an online periodical published by Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.
The article recounting the abduction appeared in Sawt al-Jihad, or Voice of the Holy War.
Sawt al-Shaab (People's Voice), a communist journal, was first to hit the street on Jan.
The Communist Party's newspaper, Sawt Al Shaab (voice of the people) came out Jan.