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  1. Consumer's International. Consumers International is the membership organization for consumer groups around the world. Founded on 1 April 1960, it has over 250 member organizations in 120 countries. Its head office is situated in London, England, and has numerous regional offices in Latin America, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa .

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    • 250
    • 1960
    • London, N5, United Kingdom
    • Origins
    • 1967 Season
    • Final Standings
    • USA All-Stars
    • NASL
    • References

    In 1966 a group of sports entrepreneurs, led by Jack Kent Cooke and including Lamar Hunt and Steve Stavro, formed a consortium known as the North American Soccer League with the intention of forming a professional soccer league in North America. This group was subsequently sanctioned by both the USSFA and FIFA. However a rival consortium known as t...

    After a series of exhibition games, the USA began playing on May 28 and got off to a good start. The Houston Stars attracted an opening crowd of 34,965. However subsequent attendances did not keep pace and the league finished with an average of 7,890 per game. Of the twelve teams, the Los Angeles Wolves, represented by Wolverhampton Wanderers and f...

    USA Final 1967

    1967 USA Champions: Los Angeles Wolves

    Coach of the year

    1. Ronnie Allen, Los Angeles

    In December 1967 the USA merged with National Professional Soccer League to form the North American Soccer League, taking the original name of the USA group. As a result of the merger several of the original USA franchises folded. This was partly to avoid some cities having two teams. As a result, Toronto City, New York Skyliners and the San Franci...

    General

    1. Official 1968 North American Soccer League Guide. St. Louis: The Sporting News, 1968. 2. Durso, Joseph. "Local Pro Soccer Teams May Share Stadium With Yanks in Spring," The New York Times, Sunday, February 12, 1967.

    • United States
    • Canada
    • 1966
    • merged with NPSL, to form NASL in 1968
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    • Accreditation
    • Saving Animals from Extinction
    • Annual Report on Conservation and Science

    In October 1924 the American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums was formed as an affiliate of the American Institute of Park Executives. In 1966, the American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums became a professional branch affiliate of the newly formed National Recreation and Park Association, which absorbed the American Insti...

    The organization is active in institution accreditation, animal care initiatives, education and conservation programs, collaborative research and advocacy. AZA serves as an accrediting body for zoos and aquariums and ensures accredited facilities meet higher standards of animal care than required by law. Institutions are evaluated every five years ...

    In the United States, any public animal exhibit must be licensed and inspected by the United States Department of Agriculture, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Drug Enforcement Administration, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and others. Depending on the animals they exhibit, the activities of zoos are regulated by laws ...

    AZA's Saving Animals From Extinction (SAFE) program prioritizes collaboration between zoos and aquariums to support highly vulnerable species. SAFE builds on existing recovery plans to implement strategic conservation and public engagement activities.In 2017 AZA member zoos and aquariums invested $15.6 million towards SAFE program species. The SAFE...

    The association has a computerized database called the Annual Report on Conservation and Science. It can help track AZA research projects worldwide. AZA member zoos and aquariums contribute $220 million to conservation projects each year.They participate in 115 reintroduction programs, including more than 40 programs for species listed as threatene...

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    19th century

    The first reference to police work in Chile is in the Police Regulation of 1803, where the terms "high police" and "public security" are used. Then, in 1830, the Vigilantes and Serenos Corps of Santiago were created, whose work was followed throughout the country. In 1852 the Brigada de Policía was created in Santiago, where the Vigilantes and Serenos Corpswere merged. In the 1870s , the mayor of the city of Santiago, Benjamín Vicuña Mackenna proposed modelling the Brigada de Policía on the A...

    20th century

    The modern Investigations Police was established in 1933 as a separate organization of civil police, independent from the control of the militarized Carabineros de Chile.

    The Investigative Police divides its investigation areas according to the crime investigated, counting with it several specialized units of police investigation, which have Detectives specialists, experts and experts in the respective areas.

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    • Shareholders
    • Annual Conference
    • Political Donations
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    News Corp was created in 1980 by Rupert Murdoch, as a holding company for News Limited. News Limited was created in 1923 in Adelaide by James Edward Davidson, funded by the Collins House mining empire for the purpose of publishing anti-union propaganda; subsequently the controlling interest was bought by The Herald and Weekly Times. In 1949, Sir Ke...

    In August 2005, the Murdoch family owned only about 29% of the company of which as of June 2013 had been diluted to around 17%. However, nearly all of these shares were voting shares which currentl...
    Another major stakeholder has been Al-Waleed bin Talal, of the Saudi Royal Family. In 1997, Time reported that Al-Waleed owned about five percent of News Corporation. In 2010, Alwaleed's stake in N...

    News Corporation organises an annual management conference, discussing media issues related to geopolitics. Attendees include News Corporation executives, senior journalists, politicians and celebrities. Previous events were in Cancún, Mexico, and the Hayman Islandoff the coast of Australia. The events are private and secretive, there are no record...

    In anticipation of US midterm elections, News Corporation donated $1 million to the Republican Governors Association in June 2010. The move was criticised by Democrats, who said this was evidence of News Corporation's news outlets conservative leanings (see Fox News Channel controversies). The Democratic Governors Association also criticised the do...

    The company's Board of Directors consisted of 16 individuals at the time of its break up: 1. Rupert Murdoch(Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer) 2. José María Aznar(Former Prime Minister of Spain) 3. Natalie Bancroft(Director) 4. Peter Barnes 5. James W. Breyer 6. Chase Carey(President and Chief Operating Officer) 7. Elaine Chao 8. Da...

    News Corporation split up to 21st Century Fox and the current incarnation of News Corporation on June 28, 2013. All media and broadcasting assets, except media assets owned by News Limited, now belong to The Walt Disney Company and Fox Corporation (successors to 21st Century Fox), its legal successors. Meanwhile, newspapers and other publishing ass...

    News Corporation companies grouped at OpenCorporates
    News Corp at Bloomberg Businessweek
    News Corporation collected news and commentary at The Guardian
    News Corporation collected news and commentary at The New York Times