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…Žujović was a member of Yugoslav delegation at a United Nations Conference on International Organization. The delegates drew up the 111-article Charter, which was adopted unanimously on 25 June 1945 in the San Francisco Opera House.

…Önder was assassinated by TMT on 24 May 1958, it is believed that the order to assassinate him came because of the threat of his socialist leanings, as well as his stance against partition, favouring the idea of a united Cyprus.

…Æneas Munson (born in New Haven, Connecticut, June 24, 1734; died there, June 16, 1826) was a United States physician.

Zyed, probably Ramzi Yousef, was to target Northwest Flight 30, a United Flight going from Taipei to Honolulu, and a United Flight going from Bangkok to Taipei to San Francisco.

Zurcher v. Stanford Daily 436 U.S. 547 (1978) is a United States Supreme Court case from 1978 in which The Stanford Daily, a student newspaper at Stanford University, was searched by police after they suspected the paper to be in possession…

Zulfadli bin Zulkiffli (born 11 February 1993 in Los Angeles, California) is a United States-born Malaysian badminton player.

… various countries as part of a United States rendition program. During his time in CIA custody, Zubaydah was extensively interrogated; he was water-boarded 83 times and subjected to numerous other torture techniques including forced nudity,…

Zoё’s Place Baby Hospice is a United Kingdom based registered charity founded by Professor Jack Scarisbrick in 1995. It provides palliative and respite care for very or terminally ill babies and children up to five years old. There are…

Zoom Airlines Limited held a United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority Type A Operating Licence (Number OL/A/540), which permitted it to carry passengers, cargo, and mail on aircraft with 20 or more seats.

Zong left China for the United States to attend high school, and went on to graduate from Pepperdine University in 2004. She naturalized as a United States citizen, and spent some time living with her mother in San Marino, California.

Zoltán Dani, the ethnic Hungarian commander of a Serbian anti-aircraft battery which shot down a United States Air Force Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter on March 27, 1999, the only F-117 ever lost in combat.

Zoll was a United States Navy veteran who served in the Korean War. Zoll worked as a high school teacher at Danvers High School from 1958 to 1962. While teaching, he served on the Salem City Council (from 1958 until 1966, being President…

… was shipped to Germany in 1943 to work as a slave labourer for the Nazis and Vilim was placed in an orphanage. In 1945, Rose was told that her son had been killed in an air raid. After the war, she met and married Frederick Andrews, a Canadian working for a United Nations agency in a German displaced persons’ camp. The couple moved to Toronto.

Zivotofsky v. Kerry, , is a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court held that the President has an exclusive power of recognition, and, therefore, Congress may not require the State Department to indicate in passports that Jerusalem is part of Israel.

Zimmerman graduated from Horace Mann School in the Bronx before becoming a college football player at Stanford and Columbia University, where he wrote for the Columbia Daily Spectator. An offensive lineman, he was a member of a United States…

… arms during that conflict and offered them an inroad into the export market under the auspices of a united Zimbabwe Defence Industries.

Federal Bureau of Investigation agents and a United States Attorney may have violated the First Amendment rights of Zieper and others. The case was ultimately dismissed by the judge.

Zevallos’ defense claims that since Zevallos is not an American citizen, then he could not have violated the kingpin act; and that if his status as a United States resident makes him capable of violating the Kingpin act, then he should not…

… followed by M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in psychology from Harvard University in 1924 and 1926. He then went on to spend a year as a United States National Research Council Fellow at the University of Berlin before returning to the U.S. After a year of…

Zemel v. Rusk, , was a United States Supreme Court case regarding the right to travel and area restrictions on passports (travel to Cuba), holding that the Secretary of State is statutorily authorized to refuse to validate the passports of United States citizens for travel to Cuba and that the exercise of that authority is constitutionally permissible.

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