Her family was from Serrastretta, Calabria, Italy, but lived in Egypt, where Dalida's father, Pietro Gigliotti (1904-1945), was first violinist (primo violino) at the Cairo Opera House, Dalida′s mother Giuseppina (née. She was the middle child between two brothers, Orlando and Bruno (who would later in Dalida's career change his name to Orlando like his brother and become her manager at the 1966).
The Mil Mi-28 (NATO reporting name "Havoc") is a Russian all-weather, day-night, military tandem, two-seat anti-armor attack helicopter.
Her 30-year career began in 1956 and ended with her last album in 1986, half a year before her death, while continuing to hold concerts until her last days.
Her suicide led to an iconic image as a tragic diva and renowned singer.
They set off for London to break into the international music scene but were turned back at Dover due to visa problems.
Initially, many different designs were considered, including an unconventional project with two main rotors, placed with engines on tips of wings (in perpendicular layout); and in one similarity with the late 1960s-era American Lockheed AH-56 Cheyenne attack helicopter design, with an additional pusher propeller on the tail.
In 1972, following completion of the Mil Mi-24, development began on a unique attack helicopter with transport capability.
The new design had a reduced transport capability (3 troops instead of 8) and omitted the cabin, to provide better overall performance and higher top speed.
She is best known for her work as the front vocalist of the French-based band Alabina, and her solo pop hits such as C'est la vie, Last Kiss, and Habibi (Sawah).
Eti Zach was born on 10 November 1968 in Kiryat Atta, near Haifa and was raised in Israel.
She was born to an Egyptian-Jewish mother and a Moroccan-Jewish father, both of Sephardi-Mizrahi heritage, who had immigrated to Israel earlier.