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While many are obviously sad with regards to the disbanding, many more are thankful for the seven years of music and memories that were created with 2NE1.
14 (Xinhua-ANI): The Egyptian security forces started disbanding the two major sit-ins of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Morsi's supporters early Wednesday, eyewitnesses told Xinhua.
IMG- Reliance has conveyed to AIFF that they should discuss about the team's future rather than disbanding it.
The Palestinian leadership does not consider any option in line with disbanding the PNA, and this issue is strictly out of discussion," he said.
Libyan authorities have moved to take advantage of the populous support, by disbanding many of the armed groups and militia's operating in Libya -- who was instrumental in the overthrow of former slain leader, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.
Ansar al-Sharia announced it was disbanding after being driven out of Benghazi.
At a meeting, the Security Council decided the decision on disbanding the private security firms was final and must be implemented as soon as possible, the Presidential Palace said in a statement.
If Christine Buckley is serious about helping survivors move on, she will also commit to disbanding these groups once compensation has been distributed.
The Huddersfield Stroke Club has supported stroke services in Huddersfield for more than 25 years, before disbanding last year.
6 Op-Ed, Bremer, the former head of the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq from 2003 to 2004, claimed he did not act alone in disbanding the Iraqi Army, contends that the decision was right, was not "controversial," and made with input from a variety of military and government officials.
Reynolds said disbanding was an option the group would consider.
Mr Reid, criticised for police disbanding the squad, said: "I think most people recognise that we put enormous efforts into this but it isn't possible always to accomplish 100 per cent of everything.