Washington is a town in the City of Sunderland, in Tyne and Wear, England, and part of historic County Durham. Washington is located geographically at an equal distance from the centres of Newcastle, Durham and Sunderland, hence it has close ties to all three cities.
Washington was designated a new town in 1964; it expanded dramatically, by the creation of new villages and the absorption of areas of Chester-le-Street, to house overspill population from surrounding cities.
At the 2011 census, its urban subdivision (which contains the neighboring settlement of New Herrington) had a population of 67,085.
Early references appear around 1096 in Old English as Wasindone. The etymological origin is disputed and there are several proposed theories for how the name "Washington" came about. Early interpretations included Wasindone (people of the hill by the stream, 1096), or Wassyngtona (settlement of Wassa's people, 1183).
Washington Stecanela Cerqueira, or simply Washington (born April 1, 1975 in Brasília), is a retired association footballer who played striker.
In Turkish league 2002–2003 season he scored 10 goals in 17 games and then he was released by Fenerbahçe because of his health problems.
Washington was submitted to a coronary catheterization. Once recovered, physicians told him that playing football would not represent a risk to his condition. Then he signed with Atlético Paranaense where he was 2004Série A top-scorer with 34 goals and broke the league's record. For his recovery, he was dubbed Coração Valente, the title of the movie Braveheart in Brazil.
In 2005 he moved to Japan to play for Tokyo Verdy in the J. League Division 1. He had a successful season there with 22 goals in 33 games but could not save his club from relegation. In 2006 he transferred to Urawa Red Diamonds and helped the Reds win their first ever J. League Division 1 title, becoming the top scorer in the league with 26 goals in 26 games. In 2007, he became 2007 FIFA Club World Cup top scorer and his team finished in third place.
The Wall Street Journal cited two people familiar with the matter as saying Washington was open ... The newspaper cited one senior European official as saying that Washington has also signaled potential sanctions relief for sectors, including textiles, autos, shipping and insurance.
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The industry was served its marching orders yesterday with John Kerry, Joe Biden’s climate envoy, calling for the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to guide the industry towards net zero emissions by 2050, a complete volte-face from the attitude of the previous administration in Washington towards shipping and international legislation.
Netanyahu, therefore, may have pushed Iran to retaliate, as it did when it targeted an Israeli-owned ship days after the Natanz incident. In Washington, the Biden administration has made an unprecedented public call for Israel to stop the "chattering" which may ...
... it shipped 77 million pounds of food to more than 400,000 customers ... For example, it’s taking its first orders from Oregon and Washington today, and Ramesh said his goal is to be shipping to “100 percent of zip codes in the 48 lower states” in the next 12 months.
The newspaper cited one senior European official as saying that Washington has also signaled potential sanctions relief for sectors including textiles, autos, shipping and insurance, but cited multiple people familiar with the matter as saying U.S.
Ukraine says the conflict has killed more than 14,000 people ...The US and its NATO allies have regularly sent navy ships to the Black Sea, vexing Moscow. However, Washington reversed a planned deployment of two destroyers in the region earlier this month as the rift between Kyiv and the Kremlin widened ... “Does Ukraine want the war? No ... .
Washington has also voiced its "deep concern" over Russia's plans to block foreign naval ships and other vessels in some parts of the Black Sea... Russia has temporarily restricted the movement of foreign naval ships and other state vessels in some parts of the Black Sea near the Crimean Peninsula ... Russia has denied any involvement in the conflict ... .
Wang said that Japan had five options available to it but elected for the cheapest option. Tokyo “has not exhausted safe disposal methods ... This is an extremely irresponsible behavior.”. Also on rt.com Beijing recommends Japan’s nuclear wastewater be shipped to US as Washington backs Tokyo’s plan to dump radionuclides into sea ... .
As their heads were shaved, the students wore protective sheets covered in messages for their cause. One read ... Also on rt.com Beijing recommends Japan’s nuclear wastewater be shipped to US as Washington backs Tokyo’s plan to dump radionuclides into sea ... South Korea also protested against the decision ... Like this story? Share it with a friend!. .
The government have described the goal as “the world's most ambitious climate change target.” For the first time, the carbon budget will incorporate the UK’s share of aviation and shipping emissions. Also on rt.com UN chief calls on Washington to halve emissions in order to lead global action on climate change ... .
Seaborn , where the Court ruled in 1930 that a Washington man named H.G. Seaborn, who worked for a shipping company, and his wife, Charlotte, who was a stay-at-home spouse, could split his income jointly on their tax return because they lived in a “ community-property state .” ...