FOUA

AcronymDefinition
FOUAFriends of University Airport (University of California, Davis)
FOUAFirst-Order Uncertainty Analysis
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At least 150 people, including 72 children, were killed on April 15 in an explosion targeting evacuees from Foua and Kfraya, two Shiite-majority villages under siege in northwestern Syria.
Rami Abdurrahman, who heads the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, and Hezbollah's Al-Manar TV, said 3,000 people will be evacuated from Foua and Kfarya, while 200, the vast majority of them fighters, will be evacuated from Zabadani and Madaya.
Saturday's blast killed 126 evacuees including 109 people from Foua and Kfarya, among them 80 children and 13 women.
At the same time we voice our grave concern over the tragic humanitarian situation in Foua and Kefraya as a result of continued siege by opposition fighters.
"And that applies also to other places, such as Kafraya and Foua, where not the government, but armed opposition, has been stopping the UN to be able to go there, where we know that there are 20,000 at least people in need of assistance, an assessment of that.
The agencies will also be allowed to enter the Shia villages of Foua and Kfarya in the north of Syria, home to 30,000 people, which are besieged by opposition forces.
The UN in Syria, the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) and the International Committee of the Red Cross carried out coordinated tasks leading to the evacuation of 338 people from Foua and Kafraya, and 125 people from Zabadani and Madaya.
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The block contains two existing Sonatrach discoveries, the Djebel Onk oil ield (excluded from Sonatrach/Gulf Keystone JV) and the Djebel Foua gas field.
Fadiman tells the story of Lia Lee, the 14th child born to Foua and Nao Kao, residents of Merced County, California.
O poro Rofaifo que habita as Montanhas Orientais de Papua Nova Guine afirma que certas larvas de besouros cerambicideos ('foua') podem se transformar era borboletas ('ongombila') e estas, por sua vez, podem se transformar em pequenos morcegos ('litimbi') (Dwyer, 1976).