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The Belarusian Presidential Guard is a law-enforcement body that was designed to protect the President of Belarus and other high ranking officials. ... The term Palestinian has other usages, for which see definitions of Palestinian. ... Combatants Hamas Fatah Casualties 22 killed 77 killed 17 killed (civilians) [1] The Battle for Gaza (Arabic: ) took place between June 12 and June 14, 2007 and resulted in Hamas taking control of the Gaza Strip. ...


  1. ^ http://www.smh.com.au/news/world/hamas-redraws-middle-east-map-by-routing-fatah-in-gaza/2007/06/15/1181414540431.html?page=fullpage#contentSwap1 Hamas redraws Middle East map by routing Fatah in Gaza. Retrieved 18 June, 2007.

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Three soldiers from the presidential guard condemned in the David Ouedraogo’s case : print (756 words)
It is unacceptable that Francois Compaore, a presidential adviser was not charged to court in the David Ouedraogo’s case whereas he personally telephoned adjutant Kafando inviting him to come and seize the driver.
Francois Compaore testified during the trial but he refused to accept responsibility of the death of his driver and denied ever knowing that he was detained at the premises of the presidential guard.
It is impossible to imagine that the head of state did not inform his brother, a presidential adviser, of the detention for some weeks, of his driver at the premises of the presidential guard and of his subsequent death at the health clinic of the presidency?
AllRefer.com - Panama - National Guard | Panamanian Information Resource (393 words)
As reconstituted, the National Guard was scarcely a shadow of its former self.
The Presidential Guard was a specially selected unit charged with guarding the president and the presidential palace.
The Presidential Guard wore a variety of other uniforms as well, including a dark blue uniform with fl plum cap and a solid gray uniform with white helmet and white belt.
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