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  • proper noun A language of Guatemala.

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  • Only two politicians turned up: Knesset Member Effie Eitam, who is heading a new faction called Achi ( "My Brother") within the National Union party, and Moshe Feiglin, head of the Jewish Leadership faction within the Likud party, whose ambition is take over the that party.

    Israpundit

  • Likud announced an alliance with the small religious Zionist party Achi, which is headed by Knesset member Effie Eitam, who left the National Religious Party when it refused to bolt Ariel Sharon's coalition over the Gaza withdrawal.

    JewishReview.org

  • Only two politicians turned up: Knesset Member Effie Eitam, who is heading a new faction called Achi ( "My Brother") within the National Union party, and Moshe Feiglin, head of the Jewish Leadership faction within the Likud party, whose ambition is take over the that party.

    Israpundit

  • But, this is not possible and it will never happen, ever. said Achi.

    Ouattara Concerned over Political Violence in Abidjan

  • Achi also said Ouattara is so far pleased with the latest efforts of the African Union to help resolve the political stalemate after its delegation met both rivals.

    Ouattara Concerned over Political Violence in Abidjan

  • Laurent Gbagbo is no longer the president of Ivory Coast — his decisions mean nothing, said Patrick Achi, the spokesman for Ouattara's government.

    Official: AU backs Ouattara as Ivory Coast leader

  • Ouattara's spokesman, Patrick Achi, confirmed on Sunday that the president had secretly returned to the Golf Hotel late Saturday.

    Pro-Ouattara rebels take 4th town in Ivory Coast

  • Patrich Achi, Minister of Infrastructure and Ouattara spokesman, describes the impasse as a dramatic chaos following days of violent clashes between supporters of Ouattara and incumbent President Laurent Gbagbo.

    Ouattara to Attend AU Meeting on Ivorian Crisis Thursday

  • Achi said Gbagbo is to blame for the ongoing violence in Abidjan.

    Ouattara Concerned over Political Violence in Abidjan

  • Patrich Achi, Minister of Infrastructure and Ouattara spokesman, told VOA the violence could force Gbagbo to step down and cede power since, in his words, previous efforts by the international community, including African leaders, to resolve the political stalemate have failed.

    Ouattara Concerned over Political Violence in Abidjan

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