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APPOAssembly of the Peoples of Oaxaca (est. 2006; Mexico)
APPOAsamblea Popular del Pueblo de Oaxaca (Spanish: Popular Assembly of the People of Oaxaca)
APPOAsia-Pacific Panasonic Open (golf tournament)
APPOAssociation of Professional Police Officers (union)
APPOAssistance Program for Pet Owners
APPOAcademic Planning and Performance Office (University of Leeds; UK)
APPOAccounts Payable and Purchase Orders
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The event, which was organised by Africa Oil and Power, brought together all APPO petroleum ministers and private sector oil and gas leaders.
Organised by Africa Oil & Power, the APPO CAPE VII is a high-level gathering of APPO ministers, private sector oil and gas leaders and other prominent industry leaders.
"You could see armed men from about 500 meters," said Gabriela Jiménez Rodríguez, an APPO leader who traveled with the group.
As Gilfoyle's study lays out, George Appo was born in 1856 the son of an Irish mother and Chinese father in New York City.
Over the last two years, the government has been cracking down on Appo leaders in the heart of the city and the Oaxacan countryside.
Appo is an oddly appealing figure; barely five-foot-five and 120 pounds, a (mostly) nonviolent offender, he lived in a dangerous world, a multiscarred body and glass eye testifying to gunshots, stabbings, and beatings inflicted by opponents on both sides of the law, all endured without apparently violating his own code as "a good fellow," who remained generous, brave, and true to his friends, wholly without self-pity, and honest except for professional reasons.
A coalition of students, leftists, unionists, and other activists, called the Popular Assembly of the People of Oaxaca (APPO), sprang into action.