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Fashion Tv East London





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    east london
  • A port and resort in South Africa, on the southeastern coast; pop. 270,130

  • A slightly more developed area, consists of the lower-middle class, rarely are there Phantasms attacks. Tessa and Eve live around here.

  • East London is one of many operators of bus services contracted to Transport for London, mainly in the east of the city. Its legal name is East London Bus & Coach Company Ltd, and it is currently owned largely by Australian pension funds, as part of the East London Bus Group. (ELBG)

  • East London (Afrikaans: Oos-Londen , eMonti), sometimes referred to as Buffalo City, is a city on the southeast coast of South Africa, situated at 32.97°S and 27.87°E in the Buffalo City Local Municipality in the Amatole District of the Eastern Cape Province.





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  • Fashion TV is an international television channel devoted to fashion and modelling.











fashion tv east london - "CYPRUS REVISITED"




"CYPRUS REVISITED" WITH "OTHELLO IN LOVE"


"CYPRUS REVISITED" WITH "OTHELLO IN LOVE"



A work of fiction based on the beautiful and historic Mediterranean island of Cyprus in which the principal characters are first depicted working together harmoniously in London: something that is not possible on their unsettled island.
The story tells how Cyprus becomes a transition camp for resettling thousands of the European survivors of the holocaust in 1948, before misfortune results in a seven year old Jewish child remaining behind whilst his parents journey on to their promised land without him.
The book travels through the Christian Byzantine and Muslim Ottoman history of Cyprus to the start of British rule in the late nineteenth century. Thereafter, periods of unrest under British rule in the 1950s are depicted through the lives of individuals who celebrate independence from Britain, when a Greek Orthodox Archbishop becomes their elected head of state. After independence trouble between ethnic groups again rears its ugly head in Cyprus; yet the warmth of the people and their cultural traditions of chaperoning their daughters and arranging marriages, endure.
A period of peace and prosperity is enjoyed in Cyprus before a coup d’etat –
orchestrated by the Athens military Junta – leads to invasion and partition of the island by Turkey in 1974.
The citrus fruit growing tradition subsequently gives way to property development and tourism in the Greek held south, whilst cheap land and labour help a profitable citrus business to grow under the Turkish administration in the north.
The Greek coup d’etat; Turkish invasion and subsequent rape of a Greek woman by Turkish soldiers; ethnic cleansing; the blowing up of an American CIA agent’s vehicle and a carefully planned escape by sea, which ends in death and disaster, are all events the author weaves into a plot in which the reader is propelled through a mix of fact and fiction to discover the consequences, when a gigantic profit is realised by the principal characters amidst rumours of' malpractice.

A work of fiction based on the beautiful and historic Mediterranean island of Cyprus in which the principal characters are first depicted working together harmoniously in London: something that is not possible on their unsettled island.
The story tells how Cyprus becomes a transition camp for resettling thousands of the European survivors of the holocaust in 1948, before misfortune results in a seven year old Jewish child remaining behind whilst his parents journey on to their promised land without him.
The book travels through the Christian Byzantine and Muslim Ottoman history of Cyprus to the start of British rule in the late nineteenth century. Thereafter, periods of unrest under British rule in the 1950s are depicted through the lives of individuals who celebrate independence from Britain, when a Greek Orthodox Archbishop becomes their elected head of state. After independence trouble between ethnic groups again rears its ugly head in Cyprus; yet the warmth of the people and their cultural traditions of chaperoning their daughters and arranging marriages, endure.
A period of peace and prosperity is enjoyed in Cyprus before a coup d’etat –
orchestrated by the Athens military Junta – leads to invasion and partition of the island by Turkey in 1974.
The citrus fruit growing tradition subsequently gives way to property development and tourism in the Greek held south, whilst cheap land and labour help a profitable citrus business to grow under the Turkish administration in the north.
The Greek coup d’etat; Turkish invasion and subsequent rape of a Greek woman by Turkish soldiers; ethnic cleansing; the blowing up of an American CIA agent’s vehicle and a carefully planned escape by sea, which ends in death and disaster, are all events the author weaves into a plot in which the reader is propelled through a mix of fact and fiction to discover the consequences, when a gigantic profit is realised by the principal characters amidst rumours of' malpractice.










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Shêx Said Piran - Kurd ledare 1925 i Kurdistan




Shêx Said Piran - Kurd ledare 1925 i  Kurdistan





Abdul Rahman Ghassemlo (Doctor Ebdulrehman Qasimlo) - Before this PDKI Secretary General, Peace Nobel Prize candidate, died in 1989

Aziz Yildirim - Club president for Fenerbahce Spor in Turkey and has roots from aMed.

Ahmad Hardi - Author and poet from Suleymani with his famous work "The Secret of Solitude", died in 2006

Abdullah Goran - Kurdish poet, died in 1962

Abdullah Ocalan - Founder and former leader of the PKK in 1999 fanglsades and currently sits on the Imrali prison

Abdul Rahman Mustafa - Guvenor in Kirkuk in southern Kurdistan

Abdul Melike celebrated - Grandson to shex Seid, resigned as leader of his party HAK-Par. Hookworm couple a party that has close relations with PSK under the control of Kemal Burkay and who is known for its strong hatred against the PKK and Ocalan foremost. Abdul Melike celebrated is known as one of the then Turkish President Suleyman Demirel closest collaborators, but left the party Demirel said when he bought his own.

Ahmet Kaya - Artist from Malatya, which was forced into exile in 1999 for his political views to France. Ahmet is one of the artists who came to be a legend in Turkey, Died 2000.

Amir Hassanpour - Author and researcher blah wrote "The Making of Kurdish Identity: Pre-20th Century Historical and Literary
Discourse, in Essays on the Origins of Kurdish Nationalism "

Ali Akbar Moradi - Composer and musician from eastern Kurdistan, which occurs throughout the world like London, San Francisco etc with
bla works as "In The Mirror Of The Sky"

Azad Azadpour - Artist name Azad, one of the major rappers in Germany as bla recorded with Sivan Perwer, Nassir Rezzazi and Akon.

Ayse San - Artist from northern Kurdistan known for its air

Barham Ahmad Salih - Politicians in Iraq as part of the Kurdish Alliance

Bahman Ghobadi - Kurdish film director lives in eastern Kurdistan with many famous works and idasg regarded as a living legend

Benazir Bhutto - Pakistan's female prime minister

Benjamin Netanyahu, Heb. ?????? ??????, born October 21 1949 in Tel Aviv, Israel, is an Israeli politician belonging to Likud. Prime Minister 1996-1999.

Benjamin Netanyahu - Israel's defense minister in 2002-2003 and 2003-2005 and for the Likud party between 1993 and 1999. Has its roots from Mahabad.

Bob Dylan - Kurdish Jew grandmother from Qers (Kars), one of the greatest living artists in contemporary Western music history

Cankurd - Author and Poet from the north-eastern Syria

Cegerxwin - Poet, writer, journalist, historian, lexicografiker and nationalist is one of the most famous poets of Kurdish history, the death of 1984

Cemil Bayek - One of PKKs founder who became Ocalan's successor

Chopy - Female artist from southern Kurdistan with the album as "Cit NAW binem"

Darin Zanyar - Established artist who won bla Rockbjornen in the category of best male artist, and this year's Kurds.

Diyar - Artist from northern Kurdistan with known songs as "Daye"

Della (Delkash Murad) - Fashion designers in traditional Kurdish clothes. Has won major prizes in design and innovation.

Devrim Mavi - journalist, spokesperson for the Feminist Initiative

Devlet Bacheli - Party leader of the facistiska MHP. He is a Kurd from the town of Siverek. MHP is known as an ultra-nationalist Turkish party and is incredibly hostile to Kurds

Dilnarin "Dee" Demirbag - dancers to bla e-type and model.

Dilsen Demirbag-Stone - author and freelance journalist

Dilbahar "DILBER" Demirbag - established singer in sweden

Emine Onatli - Journalist from northern Kurdistan, which bla writes for Aftonbladet

Evin Rubar - documentary filmmaker and Journalist

Fehriye Erdal - Political active Marxist-Leninist

Ferhat tunc - Artist as bla was one of the 135 artists who showed Roj-TV their support when they tried to sabotage their activities.

Feleknas Uca - Female politicians in Germany, which experienced the foot of Parliament at 22 years of age
Celebrated Ceweri - author, translator and journalist who blah translated books Henning Mankell has written to the Kurdish

Gulistan Perwer - Artist, formerly married to Sivan Perwer. One of the main Kurdish artists who also has a son Serxwebun with Sivan.

Gulan Avci - integration coordinator for the Liberal Party in Stockholm. She sits in the Stockholm City for the Liberal Party.

Hawar Mulla Mohammed - Mittfaltare in the Iraqi football team and is ranked the nation's best soccer player

Hefsa Xan Neqib - Provincial leaders in Halabce
Hesen Derzi - Artist from northern Kurdistan

Hesen Zirek - One of the major Kurdish artist, with a large number of recorded tracks from eastern Kurdistan, the death of 1972

Cheerleading (Abdurrahman Sharafkandi / Hazhar) - Author, poet, linguist and translator, died in 1990
Hemin (Seyed Mohammad Amin Shaikholislami Mukri) - Poet, journalist, translator and critic of works blah Tarik u run, death in 1986

Hozan Serhs - Artist with











Karin Baal




Karin Baal





German postcard by Universum-Film Aktiengesellschaft (Ufa), Berlin-Tempelhof, nr. FK 3567. Retail price: 25 Pfg. Photo: Wesel/Arion Film.

German film actress Karin Baal (1940) has appeared in over 90 films since 1956. She started as a teenage rebel in the cult film Die Halbstarken (1956) and became one of the brightest stars of the Wirtschaftswunder cinema.

Karin Baal was born as Karin Blauermel in Berlin, Germany, in 1940. Her mother was a seamstress. She and her brother grew up under difficult social conditions without a father, and living with their grandmother. After finishing secondary school, she attended a school for fashion design. In 1956, she learned that a young actress was sought for the film Die Halbstarken/The Hooligans (1956, Georg Tressler), which embodied the so-called Zeitgeist. Without any acting training the 16-year-old Baal was chosen out of 700 applicants to play the main female role opposite Horst Buchholz. She also got a three-year actor training contract. Filmportal.de: “In Georg Tressler's film, Baal made a convincing performance as the 15-year old Sissy Bohl, who – with her self-confidence and aplomb – is superior to the boys and in the end does not shy away from taking up arms.” From then on she was cast in roles as a blonde rebel. She played a supporting role as a prostitute in Das Madchen Rosemarie/The Girl Rosemarie (1958, Rolf Thiele), a film adaptation of the scandalous life and death of the prostitute Rosemarie Nitribitt (Nadja Tiller). She played another ‘loose girl’ in Arzt ohne Gewissen/ Doctor Without Scruples (1959, Falk Harnack), she was a teenage delinquent in Der Jugendrichter/The Judge and the Sinner (1959, Paul Verhoeven) opposite Heinz Ruhmann, and she seduced the father (Rudolf Prack) of her friend in Die junge Sunderin/The Young Sinner (1960, Rudolf Jugert). In 1959 she finished her acting training and had her first stage roles in Munchen (Munich). From then on, she regularly appeared on stage. In 1959, she married boyfriend and fellow actor from Die Halbstarken, Karl Heinz Gaffkus, with whom she has a son, Thomas. They divorced two years later, and Baal married in 1962 with actor Helmuth Lohner. In 1967 their daughter Therese Lohner was born, who is now an actress too.

In 1961 Karin Baal was awarded the Silver Bambi award and the prize of the German Film Critics for Best Young Actress. In the 1960’s she appeared in several Edgar Wallace thrillers, including Die Toten Augen von London/The Dark Eyes of London (1961, Alfred Vohrer) with Joachim Fuchsberger, and Der Hund von Blackwood Castle/The Hound of Blackwood Castle (1967, Alfred Vohrer). Her parts as the threatened blonde innocence in these thrillers were a break with the independent characters she had played in the 1950’s. In 1966 she was again awarded, this time with the Golden Camera by the magazine Horzu. She incidentally appeared in international films, such as the thriller Hannibal Brooks (1969, Michael Winner) starring Oliver Reed. From the 1970’s on, Baal was offered less film roles and focused on television. She often guest starred in such Krimi series as Der Kommissar/The Commissioner (1975), Tatort (1979 and 1990), Derrick (1980 and 1981), Die Manner vom K3/The Men from K3 (1987 and 1991), Ein Fall fur Zwei/ A Case for Two (1990 and 1995), Der Alte/The Old Man (1990), Marleneken (1990), Doppelter Einsatz/Double Down (1994), Rosa Roth (1995) and Polizeiruf 110/Police 110 (1996). On TV she also played leading roles in the six-part series Ein Jahr ohne Sonntag/A Year Without Sundays (1970) opposite Gotz George, and in the 13-part TV series Wenn Engel reisen/When Angels Travel (1993, Uwe Friessner). She also worked in popular family TV shows like Liebling Kreuzberg (1985), Schwarzwaldklinik/Black Forest Clinic (1985), and Praxis Bulowbogen/Practice Bulowbogen (1990).

Karin Baal collaborated three times with filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder. She played Franz Biberkopf’s (Gunther Lamprecht) sister-in-law in the monumental TV series Berlin Alexanderplatz (1979, Rainer Werner Fassbinder), a resistance fighter in Lili Marleen (1980, Rainer Werner Fassbinder) and as Barbara Sukowa’s mother in Lola (1981, Rainer Werner Fassbinder). In Ula Stockl's Erikas Leidenschaften/Erika's Passions (1976), a two-person film with Vera Tschechowa, Baal's role starts out as a 'little woman' but becomes more and more confident in the course of the film. In Desperado City (1980, Vadim Glowna), Baal played a cab driver and was able to show her former strength once more as part of the personality of an elderly woman. Another prominent film roles was her parts in Reinhard Hauff‘s Der Mann auf der Mauer/The Man at the Wall (1982), and Margarethe von Trotta‘s Rosa Luxemburg (1986) starring Barbara Sukowa. Highlights of her theater work were the plays Die verlorene Ehre der Katharina Blum/The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum (1977) based on the novel by Heinrich Boll, Geschlossene Gesellschaft/No Exit (1986) base









fashion tv east london








fashion tv east london




Beyond the Tower: A History of East London






From Jewish clothing merchants to Bangladeshi curry houses, ancient docks to the 2012 Olympics, the area east of the City has always played a crucial role in London's history. The East End, as it has been known, was the home to Shakespeare's first theater and to the early stirrings of a mass labor movement; it has also traditionally been seen as a place of darkness and despair, where Jack the Ripper committed his gruesome murders, and cholera and poverty stalked the Victorian streets.
In this beautifully illustrated history of this iconic district, John Marriott draws on twenty-five years of research into the subject to present an authoritative and endlessly fascinating account. With the aid of copious maps, archive prints and photographs, and the words of East Londoners from seventeenth-century silk weavers to Cockneys during the Blitz, he explores the relationship between the East End and the rest of London, and challenges many of the myths that surround the area.










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