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DEngDoctor of Engineering
DEngDigital Electronic News Gathering
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Deng, "The Evolution of the Idea of 'Sovereignty as Responsibility,"' in Adekeye Adebayo, ed., From Global Apartheid to Global Village: Africa and the United Nations (Scottsville: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, 2009), p.
Even though, a rep of the Labour Party member had previously insisted that Blair was not responsible for the breakdown of Murdoch and Deng's marriage, Vanity Fair magazine has published a note that was supposedly written by Deng, the Daily Express reported.
Eyewitnesses told state media that the enforcers beat Deng and his wife and that later Deng was seen lying on the ground, motionless.
Ms Deng is famous for springing to her husband's aid when a protester threw a custard pie at him as he appeared before MPs to answer questions about phone hacking in 2011.
Deng, who will lead GB against Russia tonight, stood firm this summer when the Chicago Bulls tried to stop him playing in the Olympics because of injury concerns.
Mao's death in 1976 triggered a brief, but intense, power struggle, from which a 75-year-old man named Deng Xiaoping (1904-1997) emerged as the country's dominant political figure.
Deng ruled China between 1978 and 1992, when he retired at the age of eighty-eight.
Caba's level of play surprised Deng in the first game, as he put together a big lead winning by a 21-7 score.
It was this, decaying China that Deng inherited; I say Deng instead of Hua, since from here onwards, till his death in 1997, Deng would charter China's future, not Hua, the actual premier.
Deng spent much of his career in the shadow of Mao Zedong, the revolutionary leader who was the driving force in bringing the Chinese Communist Party to power in 1949 but then proved to be a disaster as a national leader, repeatedly plunging his country into chaos through his quixotic policies, his erratic vision, and his cavalier disregard for the welfare of the common people.
Deng, who had only one leg, died after having a dispute with the officers, a government spokesman was quoted as saying.