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itiJ UNIVERSIDAD  DELARIOJA Prueba de Evaluación de Bachillerato para el Acceso a la Universidad EBAU Curso Académico 20182019 ASIGNATURA INGLÉS OPCIÓN A The Facebook party that became a riot lt began as a plan far a very normal 16th birthday party Merthe Weusthuis wanted a quiet celebration with a small group of friends in her family home in the small Dutch town of Haren Like many teenagers she decided to send out invitations via a social network site But Merthe made one big mistake she used o…

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Project X Haren

Project X Haren was an event that started out as a public invitation to a birthday party by a girl on Facebook, but ended up as a gathering of thousands of youths causing riots on 21 September 2012 in the town of Haren, Groningen.

Red Sea

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Anwar Sadat

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