AKAZ

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The island had been also named "Al-Odah" (Kuwaiti archaic for old) or the Large Island, as compared to an islet, named Akaz, located nearby.
Harun Akaz, 75th IB commander, denied the 75th IB was holding the Poloyapoy brothers, saying it was "pure NPA propaganda" to discredit the military.
Akaz, who assumed the command only on January 27 this year, said he was aware of the series of encounters in Rosario in November last year, when an NPA and a soldier belonging to the 75th IB were killed.
Akaz Khan, of Heath Crescent, Stoke Heath, Coventry, failing to comply with the Environmental Protection Act 1990, fined pounds 5,000.
Today, Mr Khan was back at the shop, which is co-owned with his son Akaz, to survey the wreckage of the stock and the extensive smoke damage.
Some fields in this region lie in geological trends continuing into Syria - as in the case of the Akaz oil/gas find made in 1993 by Iraqi geologists - and into Turkey.
Teenager Akaz Khan was working with his uncle Mohammed Zareen in the store when three men wearing woollen balaclavas rushed in at 7.55pm on Saturday.
Akaz said: "They hit my uncle on the top of his head and blood was pouring down his nose.
As soon as they left, Akaz dialled 999 and got the police and an ambulance for Mr Zareen, who suffered cuts, bruises and a broken cheek bone.
Some of the fields in this region lie in important geological trends continuing into Syria - as in the case of the Akaz oil/gas discovery made in 1993 by Iraqi geologists - and into Turkey.