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Summary: Damascus: A group of 21 Filipino UN peacekeepers seized by Syrian rebels in the Golan .
Summary: A group of 21 Emirati women will train to become teacher assistants and support children with learning difficulties to join public schools under a new initiative to build on the teaching abilities of nationals in the field of education.
In the backline, meanwhile, defended South Africa's decision to leave a core group of 21 players at home rather than play them on the Australasian leg of the Tri-Nations championship.
In conjunction with The University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores university, and more recently Edge Hill university, it is enjoying its seventh year, growing from a pilot group of 21 students in 2000, to more than 200 participants this year.
A group of 21 children from South Tyneside took part in the Sports Hall Athletics Competition at the Seaburn Centre in Sunderland, competing in fun-based events testing their throwing, jumping and running abilities.
From villages in the province of Pete, a group of 21 Indian farmers made a 10-hour bus trip for the celebration of the life and death of Oscar Romero.
September 2003-Present: India in Group of 21 At the Fourth Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organization held in Cancun, Mexico, a group of 21 developing countries led by India, Brazil, and South Africa issued a counter-proposal to a joint EU-U.
Following the collapse of World Trade Organization talks in Cancun, Peru withdrew from the Brazil-led Group of 21, or G-21, followed by Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, and Guatemala.