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Tiris is a band formed by Sahrawi refugees at the Sahrawi refugee camps in Tindouf, Algeria. Their lyrics are about love, loss, and their long struggle and aspirations for independence in their homeland of Western Sahara. Their name honours of a southern zone of their country, known traditionally for being a land of holy men, poets and musicians.
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Mauritania is divided into 15 regions:
Radio Hauraki is a New Zealand rock music station that started in 1966. It was the first private commercial radio station of the modern broadcasting era in New Zealand and operated illegally until 1970 to break the monopoly held by the state-owned New Zealand Broadcasting Corporation. From its founding until 2012 Hauraki played a mix of classic and mainstream rock music. In 2013, it changed its music content, playing modern rock and alternative music from the last 25–30 years. In its modern legal form, Radio Hauraki's head office and main studios are now located at 2 Graham Street in the Auckland CBD, as one of eight stations of NZME Radio.
The Western Sahara has an established music tradition. Many of the well-known from the country musicians have settled in Dakar, where they mingled further with musicians from West Africa.
Río de Oro was, with Saguia el-Hamra, one of the two territories that formed the Spanish province of Spanish Sahara after 1969; it had been taken as a Spanish colonial possession in the late 19th century. Its name seems to come from an east–west river which was supposed to have run through it. The river was thought to have largely dried out – a wadi, as the name indicates – or have disappeared underground.
The thirty New Caledonian languages form a branch of the Southern Oceanic languages. Their speakers are known as Kanaks. One language is extinct, one is critically endangered, 4 are severely endangered, 5 are endangered, and another 5 are vulnerable to extinction.
Tiris al-Gharbiyya was the name for the area of Western Sahara under Mauritanian control between 1975 and 1979.
Tiri is a village in the Bamingui-Bangoran prefecture in the northern Central African Republic.
Tiri is a village in the Zangilan Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Kediet ej Jill is a mountain in Tiris Zemmour, Mauritania, with the city of Zouérat on its east and Fderick at west. At 915 m (3,002 ft) tall, Kediet ej Jill is the highest peak in Mauritania.
Tiri Toa is a Cook Island former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 2000s. He played at representative level for Cook Islands, as a wing.
Max Tiri is a Papua New Guinean rugby league player who represented Papua New Guinea national rugby league team in the 1995 World Cup.
Tiri, or Mea, is an Oceanic language of New Caledonia.
José Luis Espinosa Arroyo, known as Tiri, is a Spanish footballer who plays for Indian club Jamshedpur FC as a defender.
Bekenu is a state constituency in Sarawak, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Sarawak State Legislative Assembly since 2006.
Sibuti is a federal constituency in Sarawak, Malaysia, that has been represented in the Dewan Rakyat since 2008.
Bir Moghrein is a department of Tiris Zemmour Region in Mauritania.
Fderîck is a department of Tiris Zemmour Region in Mauritania.
Zouérat is a department of Tiris Zemmour Region in Mauritania.