KOREM


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KOREMKazakh Operator of Electric Energy & Power Market (Russia)
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The Sergeant, a designation coined by Korem which can also be called a leader or commander, is more typical in the military and gives orders while controlling emotion.
Additional arrangements for our onward travel were completed on December 6, on which day both the Bupati and the KOREM Commander left Sintang on separate missions.
Says Assistant Police Chief Phil Korem, "We'll be having a conversation with District 150."
Dan Korem, the Dallas-based author of Suburban Gangs: The Affluent Rebels, has found success with a prevention program that partners at-risk kids with "protectors," usually teachers.
The lowest level of Army personnel, such as Sergeant Ukas, conduct the latter type of businesses, while private security services are largely managed by the Kodam (provincial-level Army command) and Korem (a subcommand).
'I decided not to tell him the truth there and then - it is an issue which still has to be resolved somehow.' As well as meeting Joseph, Mr Griffiths returned to visit other locations filmed in 1985, including Korem, the northern town where Michael Buerk first revealed the extent of the famine 'of Biblical proportions' in October 1984.
Back then, the scorched plains of Korem in the northern highlands were strewn with hundreds of thousands of dying people.
Midge returned to Ethiopia recently to see the former refugee camp at Korem - despite vowing never to return after being traumatised by the horrors of starvation.
Ure was overwhelmed as he visited the plains of Korem, former site of the aid camp where 170,000 famine refugees gathered in 1984, to find a thriving farming community and township.
Extracts have Mr Buerk describing his work among the starving in the town of Korem in the north of the country as the most humbling he has ever done.
The famous BBC film of the 1984 Ethiopian famine--shot by Mohammed Amin and Michael Buerk at Korem in October of that year--had an impact in the United States because, in the words of William Lord, the executive producer of ABC's World News Tonight," it was as if each clip was an award-winning still photo." (3) In addition to providing something of an interpretative code for the meaning of video, the ubiquity of video in the representation of the other has given the photograph a renewed role as a site for reflection.