AAQA

AcronymDefinition
AAQAAmbient Air Quality Standard
AAQAAssociation for the Advancement of Quality Awareness (Essex, England)
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The decision was taken at a recent meeting between Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Zehri and a 22-member Iranian delegation led by the governor of the Iranian province of Sistan-Baluchestan, Aaqa Ali Hosth Hashmi, in Gwadar.
According to intelligence inputs, the TTP has recruited a suicide bomber named Amer Aaqa Hadifa, who is in his 20's, to strike at important buildings.
According to an intelligence report, the TTP has prepared a 24 or 25-year-old bomber named Amer Aaqa Hadifa, belonging to Jhang, Punjab to attack the Parliament House and other important buildings.
It is now widely accepted that humanity faces a relatively brief window of opportunity to address the threats posed," said Mr Aaqa. "National leadership and international co-operation are the twin keys to success."
Osama bin Laden (alias Osama Mohammad al Wahad, or Abu Abdallah, or Al Aaqa) was born in 1957.
D'autres comme Aaqa sont persuades que la presence des missionnaires indispose les esprits qui se vengent en envoyant famines et epidemies (33), etc.