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Mugabe has often accused British Prime Minister Tony Blair of harbouring plans to "recolonise" Zimbabwe by using the opposition
The long-serving president has often accused Blair of harbouring plans to "recolonise" Zimbabwe - which as Rhodesia was a British colony until 1980 - by using the opposition Movement for
At a recent AU summit in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, Gaddafi cited the ICC's indictment of al-Bashir as indicative of a "new world terrorism" and a desire by the European powers to "recolonise" their former spheres of influence.
Hazel was one of the first trees to recolonise Britain after the last ice age, so they can they can tolerate a nip in the air.
Even when they returned in the 1950s to recolonise old haunts, their small numbers remained under threat, especially from postwar pesticides such as DDT.But now the osprey's tenacity gives real encouragment to environmentalists.
Osprey webcam thrills bird lovers as Lady of the Loch awaits mate
Mark Parsons, head of moth conservation for Butterfly Conservation, said: "This moth appears to have been making an attempt to recolonise these shores, possibly as a result of more favourable overall weather conditions through climate change."
This moth appears to have been making an attempt to recolonise these shores, possibly as a result of more favourable overall weather conditions through climate change, Parsons said.
Scientists have identified the first humans to recolonise Britain after the last ice age.
Bones from a Cheddar Gorge cave show that cannibalism helped Britain's earliest settlers survive the ice age
The then Aust Gvt supported the Indonesian independence movement against Dutch moves to recolonise the archipelago.
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If a major infection kills off the "friendly bacteria" in your gut - the ones you rely on to digest your food - the bacteria in your appendix will come and recolonise you and restore normal service.
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