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  1. CHF 48.6 million (US$53.2 million) was the largest jackpot in Switzerland 's Swiss Lotto, won on 23 August 2014. [72] £35.1 million (US$49.6 million) was the largest winner on the UK Lotto game in April 2016. €38.4 million (US$49.7 million) was the largest jackpot in the Netherlands draw of the Staatsloterij ( State Lottery) in May 2013.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Thai_lotteryThai lottery - Wikipedia

    Thailand's official national lottery ( Thai: สลากกินแบ่ง, RTGS : salak kin baeng) is administered by The Government Lottery Office (GLO). [2] The lottery is drawn on the first and the sixteenth of every month. It is one of only two forms of legalised gambling permitted in Thailand, the other being horse racing in Bangkok.

    • Lt. Col. Nhun Sansanakom, Director-General
    • 359 Nonthaburi Rd, Tha Sai Subdistrict, Mueang Nonthaburi, Nonthaburi
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    The last visit to Taiwan by a US Speaker was in April 1997, by Republican politician Newt Gingrich. As Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, Pelosi is second-in-line to the US presidency after the vice-president, making her the highest ranking US official to visit Taiwan since then. On 7 April 2022, Japanese Fuji News Network first...

    After departing Malaysia, Pelosi's delegation arrived without incident in Taipei, Taiwan, at 10:43 pm National Standard Time on the evening of 2 August via a US Air Force transport plane and was received by Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Wu and Sandra Oudkirk, Director of the Taipei Office of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT). Pelosi tweet...

    United States

    President Joe Biden initially cautioned against the reported trip on 20 July 2022, saying the US military had assessed "it is not a good idea right now".However, on 1 August, White House national security spokesman John Kirby said that Pelosi had the right to visit Taiwan, adding that the United States would not be intimidated by China's expected escalation in response to the potential trip. American politicians, officials and analysts condemned the series of retaliatory measures that China u...

    People's Republic of China

    The People's Republic of China had strongly condemned the visit, and called the visit a "provocation" by the US that "seriously infringes upon China's sovereignty". In a telephone meeting between US President Joe Biden and PRC leader Xi Jinping the week before, the PRC government warned the US to abide by the One China principle, that "those who play with fire will perish by it", and that the US would be "playing with fire" if Biden were to allow Pelosi to visit the ROC. On 2 August, PRC amba...

    International

    Several international governments reacted to the visit and China's military drills.

    In an opinion piece written for The New York Times before Pelosi's arrival, Thomas Friedman referred to the trip as "reckless", writing that "Nothing good will come of it". Two op-eds also published by The New York Times took the opposing view: Bret Stephens praised Pelosi's decision to follow through with her trip despite the risks it carried, whi...

    In mid-August 2022, the U.S. announced formal trade negotiations with Taiwan. Negotiations are set to start in the early fall, and they will involve talks about digital trade, trade facilitation, and anti-corruption standards.

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    Early postwar society

    The Second World War's hostilities came to a close on 2 September 1945, with the defeat of the Empire of Japan and Nazi Germany. Taiwan, which had been ceded to Japan by the Treaty of Shimonoseki in 1895, was placed[by whom?] under the control of the Kuomintang-led Republic of China (ROC) with the promulgation of General Order No. 1 and the signing of the Instrument of Surrenderon that day. He Yingqin, the ROC representative at the Japanese surrender ceremonies established the Office of the C...

    Authoritarianism, martial rule and cold war

    On 20 July 1946, Chiang Kai-shek launched a large-scale assault on Communist territory in Huabei with 113 brigades (a total of 1.6 million troops), starting a new phase of the Chinese Civil War. Chen Cheng, who served as the chairman of Taiwan Provincial Government and commander of Taiwan Garrison Command, declared martial law on the island on 19 May 1949. In December 1949, the Republic of China Armed Forces and the Kuomintang were defeated in the Chinese Civil War, forcing the Government of...

    Democratic reforms

    The Republic of China entered into the development phase of Constitutional Democracy with the promulgation of the Constitution of the Republic of China in 1947. Subsequently, the National Revolutionary Army was also renamed as Republic of China Armed Forces and was nationalized. However, due to the Chinese Civil War, the Temporary Provisions Effective During the Period of Communist Rebellion were passed as an amendment to the Constitution of the Republic of China. This established martial law...

    At the end of 1943, the Cairo Declaration was issued, including among its clauses that all territories of China, including Formosa (Taiwan), that Japan had occupied would be returned to Republic of China. This declaration was reiterated in the Potsdam Declaration, issued in 1945. Later that year, World War II ended, and Japan accepted the Potsdam D...

    During the post-war period, Taiwan was lacking in goods and materials, the economy was depressed, and inflation was severe. After the national government moved to Taiwan, agriculture was first to grow, and, in 1953, Taiwan's economy returned to its pre-war level. After this, the government pursued a policy of "Nurture industry with agriculture"(以農養...

    Taiwan (ROC) competes as Chinese Taipei since 1984 and has won their first Olympic medal in 1960, and their first gold medals in 2004. To date, they have 24 medals in the Olympic Games.

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    ValuJet Airlines was founded in 1992 and was known for its sometimes aggressive cost-cutting measures. Many of the airline's planes were purchased used from other airlines, little training was provided to workers, and contractors were used for maintenance and other services. The company quickly developed a reputation for its lax safety. In 1995, th...

    The aircraft, a DC-9-32, registered N904VJ, was the 496th DC-9 assembled at the Long Beach plant, was 27 years old at the time and had been previously flown by Delta Air Lines. Its first flight was April 18, 1969. Delivered to Delta on May 27, 1969, as N1281L, the airframe flew for Delta until the end of 1992, when it was retired and sold back to M...

    On the afternoon of May 11, 1996, Flight 592 pushed back from gate G2 in Miami after a delay of 1 hour and 4 minutes due to mechanical problems.There were 105 passengers, mainly from Florida and Georgia, as well as a crew of two pilots and three flight attendants, bringing the total number of people on board to 110. At 2:04 PM EDT, 10 minutes befor...

    Notable passengers killed on the flight included: 1. San Diego Chargers running back Rodney Culver 2. Songwriter and musician Walter Hyatt Recovery of the passengers and crew took several weeks, and little in the way of intact human remains was found due to the sheer violence of the impact, immersion in swamp water, and scavenging wildlife. About 6...

    At the end of a fifteen-month investigation, the NTSB determined that the fire that downed Flight 592 developed in a cargo compartment below the passenger cabin. The cargo compartment was a Class D design, in which fire suppression is accomplished by sealing off the hold from outside air. Any fire in such an airtight compartment would quickly exhau...

    On the third anniversary of the accident, in 1999, a memorial was dedicated to the victims in the Everglades. The memorial, consisting of 110 concrete pillars, is located just north of Tamiami Trail, about 12 miles west of Krome Avenuein Miami-Dade County. It points to the location of the crash site 12 miles to the north-northeast. Students from th...

    Three National Geographic shows, Why Planes Crash ("Fire In The Sky"), Seconds From Disaster ("Florida Swamp Air Crash"), and Mayday ("Fire in the Hold"), covered the crash. It was also featured in the last episode of the four-part Travel Channel series Probable Cause: Air Crash Investigations (Acceptable Risk) and an episode of COPSbeing filmed in...

    Asiana Airlines Flight 991 – a crash resulting from an in-flight fire caused by burning lithium-ion batteriesin the cargo hold
    Eastern Air Lines Flight 401 – a 1972 accident in which a Lockheed L-1011 TriStarcrashed into the Florida Everglades not far from where Flight 592 crashed
    Langewiesche, William (March 1, 1998). "The Lessons of Valujet 592". The Atlantic. – Langewiesche presents a case that the ValuJet crash is an example of a "system accident," including the overly f...
    Larson, Eric (May 20, 1996). "Death in the Everglades". TIME.(Subscription required for access to full article.)
    Bragg, Rick (December 7, 1999). "Contractor Found Guilty in Trial on ValuJet Crash". The New York Times.
    Reed, Dan; Jones, Charisse (September 28, 2010). "Low-fare king Southwest to buy AirTran for $1.4 billion". USA Today.
  3. William, Prince of Wales, KG, KT, PC, ADC (William Arthur Philip Louis; born 21 June 1982) is the heir apparent to the British throne.He is the elder son of Charles III and his first wife Diana, Princess of Wales.Born in London, William was educated at Wetherby School, Ludgrove School and Eton College..

  4. Prince Louis of Wales (/ˈluːi/ LOO-ee;[1] Louis Arthur Charles; born 23 April 2018) is a member of the British royal family. He is the third and youngest child, as well as the second son, of William, Prince of Wales, and Catherine, Princess of Wales. Louis is also a grandson of King Charles III. He is fourth in the line of succession to the ...

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