Repatriation

LG VK Saxena Approves Filing of SC Review Motion Against Acquittal of Accused in Chhawla Rape-Murder Case

JTwo days after the body of a young woman was found wrapped in a polythene bag and stuffed into a red suitcase along the Yamuna highway, Mathura police have identified the deceased. The deceased’s brother and mother identified the body, police said, adding that they resided in Badarpur, Delhi. Police …

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US returns another $20m Abacha booty to Nigeria

The United States Department of Justice said it had transferred more than $20.6 million to the federal government pursuant to an August 23 agreement between the governments to repatriate assets stolen by the late dictator General Sani Abacha and his co-conspirators. According to a statement posted Thursday on the DoJ’s …

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The number of migrants poses a growing challenge

Cuban migrants rescued by the Caribe Legend and arrived in Cayman on Sunday, November 13, 2022 (photo courtesy of CBC) Ship arrived Monday, October 24, 2022 with 34 Cuban migrants (photo courtesy of CBC) (CNS): Over the past week, another 39 Cuban migrants have arrived in the Cayman Islands, including …

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Harvard Pledges to Return Hundreds of Native American Hair Samples Held at the Peabody Museum | New

Harvard’s Peabody Museum pledged on Thursday to return hundreds of hair samples taken from Native American children enrolled in public schools in the 1930s and apologized for keeping the clippings in its collections. The hair collection, amassed by anthropologist George Edward Woodbury between 1930 and 1933, includes samples from around …

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How China, India and Bangladesh could be drawn into the Myanmar conflict

The 2021 military coup in Myanmar sparked a new civil conflict between Myanmar government forces, the Tatmadaw, and perhaps a dozen insurgent groups seeking their own ethnic states. Many of these conflicts have cross-border implications, but the insurgency in Rakhine State has particular implications for the wider region. China has …

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The second group of Syrian refugees leaves Lebanon and returns home

Dozens of Syrian refugees have returned to their country of origin in the second convoy in less than two weeks from the Lebanese town of Arsal under the supervision of the Lebanese army and General Security, a decision which could lead to the reduction of inflation in countries in crisis. …

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Fierce debate erupts over repatriation of Australian families from Syrian detention camps

Home Secretary Clare O’Neil has accused the opposition of hypocrisy over the repatriation of Australian women and children from Syrian detention camps. Key points: Government insists it followed security advice in repatriating women and children from Syrian detention camps Labor frontbenchers say they are doing the same as the Coalition …

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Repatriation in full swing, capital inflow proves Diaspora is Armenia’s reliable partner – Deputy PM

Repatriation in full swing, capital inflow proves Diaspora is Armenia’s reliable partner – Deputy PM 12:19, October 31, 2022 YEREVAN, OCTOBER 31, ARMENPRESS. Deputy Prime Minister of Armenia Hambardzum Matevosyan said that the participation of Armenians from all over the world in the 1st World Armenian Summit provides an opportunity …

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Patriarchate of Jerusalem: The repatriation of the relics of Saint Savva the Sanctified

On Wednesday, October 26, 2022, the Patriarchate of Jerusalem celebrated the feast of the repatriation of the relics of our Holy Father Savva the Sanctified. On this feast, the Church of Jerusalem celebrates the fact that the holy relic of Saint Savva, preserved incorruptible and intact to this day, was …

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Aviation crisis: Emefiele says a third of the global economy is in recession

The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr. Godwin Emefiele, revealed on Monday that about a third of the global economy “is currently in recession” due to the adverse effects of the Covid pandemic and war. underway between Russia and Ukraine. The CBN boss, who said this while …

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The iwi of Northland await the return of the tūpuna kōiwi stolen by an Austrian grave robber

The tupuna and karapuna [ancestors] landed on Te Atamira [the stage] during the repatriation ceremony. Photo / Te Papa A hundred years of waiting are almost over for the Tai Tokerau iwi who yearn for the return of their ancestors stolen by an infamous Austrian grave robber. But the return …

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Masterton/Whakaoriori artwork vandalized to remove Maori name

An artist’s attempt to honor bicultural place names in the city where she lives has been tarnished by vandalism. When Masterton-based visual artist Paula Coulthard was commissioned to paint a telecommunications box at the entrance to her North Island town eight years ago, she decided to do it in a …

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UC Berkeley Repatriates Cultural Artifacts, Including Ancestral Remains, to Native Tribes | National

The University of California, Berkeley is working to repatriate thousands of ancestral remains and sacred objects to native tribes from whom they were taken more than a century ago. The Wiyot Tribe in Northern California is one of hundreds of tribes currently recovering what was stolen from them. So far, …

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Tanzania seeks funds to repatriate Burundian refugees

By EMMANUEL ONYANGO Tanzania has submitted a request to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) asking partners to help fund a voluntary repatriation of Burundian refugees. Tanzanian Interior Minister Hamad Yusuf Masauni made the call on Wednesday during the 73rd meeting of the UNHCR Executive Committee held in …

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ISIS and the Syrian camps

Although the Islamic State territorial “state” suffered its final defeat in the village of al-Baghouz in eastern Syria nearly three and a half years ago, the terror group remains alive and well. In the past two weeks alone, the group has been responsible for at least five attacks in northeast …

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RAF Globemaster delivers vital military aid to Ukraine just weeks after transporting Queen’s coffin

RAF Globemaster is providing vital military aid to Ukraine just weeks after the Queen approved the plane – which repatriated the bodies of British soldiers – to carry her coffin, adding: ‘If it’s good enough for my boys , that’s good enough for me” The RAF’s C-17 Globemaster was used …

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Patrick Sabberton, music teacher at Colchester, is repatriated

A MUSIC teacher who suffered a devastating stroke in China has been brought back to Colchester after a monumental battle led by his family. Tests revealed the 43-year-old, who is a musician and teaches violin at a UK international school, had suffered a hemorrhagic stroke. Catastrophic disease occurs when blood …

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Will ‘deradicalisation’ programs help Australian families of IS fighters?

Dozens of Australian women and children living in Syrian detention camps are set to be repatriated, but an expert has warned against programs aimed at “de-radicalising” them. Clarke Jones, a criminologist at the Australian National University, has been working for two years on a plan to safely return family members …

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HSI Tucson Leads Transportation and Security Efforts for Repatriated Paintings to University of Arizona

TUCSON, Ariz. – A painting stolen from the University of Arizona Museum of Art 37 years ago has been brought home largely through the careful and meticulous planning of special agents with Homeland Security Investigations ( HSI) in coordination with University Police. The painting, which came to international attention after …

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Ambassador Li, Acting FS Discuss Early Rohingya Repatriation, Border Incidents

Chinese Ambassador to Bangladesh Li Jiming met with Acting Foreign Secretary Rear Admiral (Retired) Md Khurshed Alam and discussed ways to quickly repatriate Rohingyas and recent incidents along the border between Bangladesh and Myanmar. Speaking to a small group of reporters at the Foreign Ministry after Monday’s meeting, Ambassador Li …

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Government to repatriate foreign prisoners languishing in jails

ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of the Interior is drawing up a comprehensive plan for the repatriation of foreign prisoners who are languishing in the country’s prisons after serving their sentences. A team led by Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah has compiled detailed recommendations for the records, facilities and return of these foreign …

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Stalin urges Modi to safely repatriate Indians from Myanmar

CHENNAI: On Wednesday, Chief Minister MK Stalin urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take the necessary steps for the immediate rescue and safe repatriation of Indians held in illegal captivity in Myanmar. “I wish to bring to your immediate notice that the State Government has received information that nearly 300 …

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Tico in aquarium, awaiting repatriation | Additional News

Tico, the rescued manatee (Trichechus manatus) who traveled more than 4,000 km from Brazil, awaits repatriation while being housed in an aquarium on Venezuela’s Margarita Island. The Brazilian NGO Aquasis, involved in the rehabilitation and rescue of Tico, told the Express that the organization is still engaged in a dialogue …

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Why did Eritrea delay sending back the Somali soldiers it had trained?

Why did Eritrea delay sending back the Somali soldiers it had trained? MOGADISHU, Somalia – The Eritrean government delayed the release of Somali soldiers training in the country due to the politics of the time in the Horn of Africa nation, which was going through turbulent times following a conflict …

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North Korea urged to reveal whereabouts of two men repatriated in 2019

South Korean lawmakers from the International Coalition of Parliamentarians for North Korean Refugees and Human Rights on Wednesday revealed the identities of two North Koreans who were forcibly repatriated in 2019. (IPCNKR) A delegation of South Korean lawmakers on Wednesday called on North Korea to clarify the fate of two …

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The curious connection between cloud repatriation and SRE operations

I have a penchant for philosophy. I’m about three classes away from graduating, and every few years I tell myself that one day I’ll finish it. Thus, I know very well what is called in statistics – and in logic – a post hoc error, from which we derive the …

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29 Rohingyas charged

Mohib Ullah A court in Cox’s Bazar on Sunday charged 29 Rohingya, including suspected members of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army, with the murder of Rohingya leader Mohib Ullah at Cox’s Bazar camp in 2021. Cox’s Bazar District and Sessions Judge Mohammad Ismail also set October 11 as the official …

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Top US Commander Sounds Alarm on Islamic State Prison Camps in Syria

The commander of all US military forces in the Middle East issued an urgent appeal to the international community after visiting the al-Hol camp for Islamic State detainees in northeast Syria on Friday. Describing al-Hol as a “humanitarian disaster” and a “hotbed of human suffering”, US Army General Michael “Erik” …

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The evolution of museums – returning what has been taken

Stolen, exchanged at low prices or misappropriated, the “great” European museums are full of objects brought from distant seas. With the tides changing now, how do the original Guardians go about bringing their treasures home? Maui Solomon and Te Arikirangi Mamaku lead the delegation to Te Papa’s marae, carrying the …

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Manhattan DA Raids The Met, Seizes Antiques For Repatriation

The DA’s Manhattan office recently seized antiquities from the Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met) for repatriation. While the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office has carried out several raids on the Met this year, this was the largest yet (although the exact number has not been disclosed). Artifacts recovered include the …

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BoG hailed for easing import and export bottlenecks

The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has been commended for streamlining bottlenecks in exports and imports to shore up revenue for accelerated development. The measures, among others, include the need to repatriate revenue through the establishment of Letters of Commitment (LoC) to mitigate the challenges of export revenue repatriation. Addressing a …

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UNHCR criticizes Tajikistan for ‘illegal’ Afghan refugee repatriations

The UN refugee agency, UNHCR, has denounced Tajikistan for its continued “forced” repatriation of Afghan refugees. The Central Asian country reportedly continues to deport Afghans despite human rights abuses in their home country. “Forcing people fleeing persecution to return to their country against their will is illegal and puts their …

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Defense experts say defense forces in the dark over soldiers’ movements in Ukraine ‘confusing’ and ‘laughable’

Two defense experts say they are puzzled that the Defense Forces did not know that one of their soldiers was fighting in Ukraine while on leave. Corporal Dominic Abelen died in Ukraine while on unpaid leave. A former soldier who fought alongside him said he died while directing and covering …

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Government, IOM Repatriate 16 Trafficked Sierra Leoneans – FrontPageAfrica

MONROVIA – The Government of Liberia, through the Ministry of Labour, has handed over sixteen (16) Sierra Leonean nationals trafficked in Liberia to the International Organization for Migration (IOM) for repatriation. The sixteen Sierra Leoneans are expected to return to their country and reunite with their families on Thursday, August …

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Rapid and sustainable repatriation is only solution for Rohingyas: FM

Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said rapid and sustainable repatriation was the only solution for the Rohingya. Momen said this when UN special envoy for Myanmar Noeleen Heyzer paid him a courtesy visit to his office on Wednesday. Both discussed ways for a successful solution for the displaced Rohingya. The …

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Glasgow holds ceremony to repatriate artefacts to India

GLASGOW, Scotland: Glasgow held a ceremony on Friday to officially repatriate seven Indian cultural objects looted during British colonial rule, calling it the first for a British museum service. Dignitaries from the High Commission of India joined members of Glasgow Life, the charity which manages the Scottish city’s museum collections, …

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Migrants victims of neglect, ill-treatment and inhuman living conditions in repatriation centres, according to expertsMigrants victims of neglect, ill-treatment and inhuman living conditions in repatriation centres, according to experts

Migrants have faced neglect, abuse and inhumane living conditions in Turkish repatriation centres, according to legal experts and human rights activists, the Duvar news site reported. Human rights abuses have become common in repatriation centres; however, most cases are covered up and not made public. Unable to bear the dismal …

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Deceased Indian work visa holder to be repatriated to Hyderabad

An Indian Vamshi Reddy Chinta Reddy, who had been in the country for nine years and was currently on a critical skills work visa and had died in Christchurch last week, will be flown home on Friday August 19. Vamshi Reddy, 43, was originally from Hyderabad (Telangana State) in India …

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China won’t cooperate with repatriation of deportees after Pelosi visit to Taiwan

There is nothing new in US complaints about China’s lack of cooperation in repatriating its deported citizens. Nevertheless, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs has suspended cooperation in such cases in retaliation for Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan. China has also canceled other efforts to keep …

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Law and museum policy come together in efforts to repatriate Arapaho headdress

At the Ethete powwow this summer, the University of Wyoming steal culture The team was honored for their work by bringing Alyson White Eagle Sounding Sides to London to view Chief Yellowcalf’s headdress. White Eagle Sounding Sides is one of Yellowcalf’s descendants and the first Arapaho to see his headdress …

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Penn Museum will bury the skulls of slaves

More than 175 years after his death, a man named John Voorhees could finally have a proper burial. Mr. Voorhees died of consumption or tuberculosis in a poorhouse in Philadelphia in 1846, when he was 35 years old. But, after his death and without his knowledge, his remains ended up …

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China assures Bangladesh of assistance for Rohingya repatriation

Dhaka: Beijing has assured Dhaka of assistance for the repatriation of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims living in Bangladeshi camps after fleeing violent persecution in Myanmar, with China building some 3,000 homes to accommodate returnees. Bangladesh hosts more than a million Rohingya Muslims, reports the dpa news agency. Some …

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The bodies of the Austrian victims of the train accident will soon be repatriated; surviving family members return home

Okaz/Saudi Official Gazette JEDDAH — The Saudi Embassy in Vienna said procedures were underway, in cooperation with Austrian authorities, to repatriate the bodies of the Saudi citizen and his 4-year-old son, who were killed in a horrific train crash in Austria on Wednesday, in the Kingdom as soon as possible. …

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Repatriation to Guyana was a bittersweet experience

Dear Editor, I was prepared to expect reverse culture shock. I never imagined coming home after living abroad so refreshing and fun. What happened to the person, aka me, who was fleeing a supposedly unhappy existence? What changed? Is it the place or me who sees things differently? It has …

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Making the repatriation of Congolese refugees humane

01.August August 01, 2022 A voluntary repatriation program for Congolese refugees returning home from Angola has continued after being halted for two years due to COVID-19. In 2017, more than 35,000 citizens of the Democratic Republic of the Congo sought refuge in Angola after political and ethnic events. violence broke …

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Syrian Kurds repatriate 146 Tajik women and children from camps housing relatives of IS fighters

US authorities have accused a Russian national of recruiting political groups in the United States to sow discord, spread pro-Moscow propaganda and interfere with US elections. The Justice Ministry said on July 29 that Aleksandr Viktorovich Ionov had been named in an indictment accusing him of working on behalf of …

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United Arab Emirates labor law: everything you need to know about the repatriation ticket

“A repatriation ticket is one of the rights guaranteed by law to a private sector employee in the UAE. The new labor law provides for it in article 13 (12),” said Mohamed Gamal, legal consultant at MG Law, a claims service provider, to Gulf News. “The law guarantees that the …

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Rupee trade settlement: Banks seek clarification on repatriation of funds

Illustration: Binay Sinha Business Standard has always endeavored to provide up-to-date information and commentary on developments that matter to you and that have wider political and economic implications for the country and the world. Your constant encouragement and feedback on how to improve our offering has only strengthened our resolve …

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Covid corruption rears its ugliest head in Vietnam

BANGKOK — Vietnam has arrested officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tourism, Air, Medicine and Manufacturing and expelled them from the ruling Communist Party amid multimillion-dollar corruption scandals that test Hanoi’s reliability in the American Indo-Pacific economic framework and centers for disease control. Corrupt officials are said to have …

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Bangladesh and Japan both want dignified Rohingya repatriation

Both Bangladesh and Japan want the dignified repatriation of forcibly displaced Rohingya to their homeland, Myanmar. The Rohingya issue was discussed when Parliamentary Deputy Foreign Minister, Japan, HONDA Taro and Chairman, Japan International Corporation Agency. TANAKA Akihiko (JICA) paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at his official …

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A safe return home

Since 2017, Bangladesh has been hosting an increasing number of Rohingya refugees in a bid to provide them with a safe environment away from the horrors of their own government’s ethnic cleansing operations. Although this is a commendable humanitarian initiative, it has undoubtedly placed a heavy burden on the nation. …

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Briton extradited, Taiwanese brought home: ministry

By Jason Pan / Staff Reporter The Ministry of Justice said yesterday that it had extradited a British prisoner to his home country and for the first time repatriated Taiwanese serving prison sentences in Eswatini in accordance with mutual legal assistance agreements and international cooperation initiatives . Judicial officials said …

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Countries where travelers from France must have Covid insurance

Since Covid first emerged in 2020, a growing list of countries have opted to impose compulsory insurance on international travelers, to ensure they are covered for possible medical and quarantine costs. . Before the coronavirus crisis, only six countries – China, Russia, Cuba, Algeria, Mongolia and Saudi Arabia – required …

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500-year-old icon looted in divided Cyprus is repatriated |

MICOSIA, Cyprus – A 500-year-old Orthodox icon that was looted from a church in ethnically divided northern Cyprus has been returned to the island. The icon of Christ enthroned, which the Cyprus Department of Antiquities dates to the late 15th to early 16th century, was presented in a ceremony last …

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Unification, justice ministries deny there is legal basis to repatriate NK fishermen: lawmaker

SEOUL, July 14 (Yonhap) — The unification and justice ministries have denied there was any legal basis for the previous administration’s repatriation of two North Korean fishermen in 2019, the ministry’s office said Thursday. legislator. In 2019, the North Koreans confessed to killing 16 other crew members and expressed a …

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A welcome but insufficient measure for the repatriation of Rohingyas

The United Nations Human Rights Council finally passed a resolution calling on Myanmar to immediately repatriate Rohingya refugees from Bangladesh. The Organization of Islamic Cooperation placed the resolution at the initiative of Bangladesh during the 50th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva. There has been almost …

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Mitigating Exporter Challenges to Boost Dollar Inflow

The Nigerian economy has been challenged on many fronts in recent years due to a combination of local and global factors. Disruptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, delays in global logistics value chains and local security challenges have put undue pressure on our economy, making macroeconomic management very difficult. These …

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Why the Myanmar military should repatriate the Rohingya as soon as possible

Thousands of Rohingya Muslims gathered in Cox’s Bazar on Bangladesh’s southeast coast, pleading with the international community to make arrangements for their safe return to Myanmar. On the eve of World Refugee Day, the Rohingya held protests under the slogan “Let’s go home”, with 19 demands, including their speedy and …

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Iranian ‘terrorist’ diplomat fears repatriation

BRUSSELS: Concerns are being raised in Belgium that an Iranian diplomat serving a 20-year sentence for plotting a bombing outside Paris could be repatriated in a possible prisoner swap. An opposition lawmaker and lawyers for an Iranian dissident group say a bilateral Belgian-Iranian treaty due to be voted on this …

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Letters show how Boris Johnson supported the return of the Parthenon Marbles | Parthenon marbles

The extent to which Boris Johnson encouraged Greece to launch its campaign to reclaim the Parthenon Marbles was revealed in letters written by the future Prime Minister to the woman who would lead the initiative with unprecedented enthusiasm. In unambiguous prose detailing his affiliation with “the cause”, Johnson, then President …

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Children abandoned by their parents during an immigration raid in Segambut Dalam

KUALA LUMPUR: Two children, aged one and six, were abandoned by their parents following an early morning raid by the immigration service. The parents, believed to be Indonesians, were nowhere to be found during the 1.30am raid on a squatter encampment at Kampung Masjid, Segambut Dalam on Friday July 1. …

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World cannot fail to repatriate Rohingyas to Myanmar from Bangladesh – OpEd – Eurasia Review

Five years after the largest influx of Rohingya refugees into camps in Bangladesh, there has been little progress in the bilateral effort with Myanmar to send them back to their homelands. Since none of the 1.1 million Rohingya could be brought back under the initiative taken by the two neighbors …

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ABCON aims to improve local production and economic diversification

Chairman of the Association of Bureaux De Change Operators of Nigeria (ABCON), Aminu Gwadabe called for improving local production and diversifying the oil economy to keep the Nigerian economy in high Naira volatility. Gwadabe decried that despite foreign exchange interventions by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), the volatility of …

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Elgin Marbles ‘deal’ unlikely as Greece wary of ‘legal trap’

News of the standoff comes after Mr Osborne said last week that the two sides needed to drop their ‘preconditions’ and ‘red lines’ in order to reach a ‘sensitive’ agreement on the future of the works. ancient arts. But the suggestion was seen as a ploy by those campaigning for …

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Indian Embassy in US says it is in contact with Sai Charan’s family to facilitate speedy repatriation of mortal remains

The Indian Embassy in the United States said it was in close contact with the family of Nakka Sai Charan to facilitate the speedy repatriation of his remains. He was pronounced dead after being shot in the head. Nakka Sai Charan was found with gunshot wounds in Maryland. (File photo) …

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Sudanese museum officials call on UK to return looted cultural artefacts, including two human skulls

Sudan museum officials are calling for the repatriation of cultural artefacts and human remains that were stolen by British soldiers and other colonizers in the late 19th century. Many of the items in question were taken as trophies after the Battle of Omdurman in 1898, when British and Egyptian forces …

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Stateless refugees and the calculation of human worth: Daily Star contributor

DHAKA (THE DAILY STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) – We depend on oversimplified narratives to help us come to terms with our existence. That we are the most developed living organism on Earth. That it is the result of a linear evolution from the most simple and insensitive single-celled amoeba to the …

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DVIDS – News – US Delegations and RMI Begin Negotiations for Kwajalein Atoll Agreement

Delegations from the United States and the Republic of the Marshall Islands safely completed the first round of negotiations for the Compact of Free Association, a set of provisions governing financial, defense and economic agreements between the two nations, after the arrival of U.S. team and RMI members at Bucholz …

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DC Trolls Saudi Embassy by Naming Street Jamal Khashoggi Way – NBC New York

A month before President Joe Biden’s trip to Saudi Arabia, the District of Columbia is renaming the street outside the Saudi Embassy Jamal Khashoggi Way, trolling Riyadh for its role in the 2018 killing of the Saudi dissident activist and journalist. In the presence of members of the DC Council, …

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“Making science a cornerstone” of rebuilt Ukraine

New funding programs to support early-career researchers, cross-appointments with Western universities and infrastructure replacement must be at the heart of a post-war plan to revive Europe’s ailing research system. Ukraine, leading scientific organizations said. In a letter signed by representatives of national science academies in the United States and several …

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Indigenous snowboarders gear up for Olympics at Langley competition – Aldergrove Star

For Oneida First Nation skateboarder Adam George, Saturday, June 11 is a big day. The 29-year-old has high hopes. If he does well, he could represent Canada at the Olympics in the international skateboarding event. Even though he’s been skateboarding for over 16 years, the former Ontario resident is a …

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After a long process of repatriation, other Alutiiq remain buried in Kodiak

The remains of four members of the Alutiiq community arrived this week at their final resting place in a cemetery in Kodiak. Members of the Sun’aq Tribe and the Alutiiq Museum gathered at the Kodiak Municipal Cemetery for the interment on Monday, June 6. The funeral service was conducted by …

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Yaqui Maaso Koba ceremonial artifact returned after 100 years to Swedish museum

Published on June 8, 2022 at 3:02 p.m. Bianca Morales TucsonSentinel.com A collection of 24 artifacts of Yaqui origin are being returned to the Rio Yaqui people in Mexico after being held by a Swedish museum for 100 years. One such object is the sacred Maaso Koba, a ceremonial deer’s …

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Unique relics repatriated to St Vincent

A collection of relics that tell the story of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines has grown as two artifacts have been returned safely to SVG shores. These artifacts were recently unveiled in a ceremony at the curator’s house. The artifacts were recovered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in …

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The antiquities repatriation committee meets to investigate the trafficking of Egyptian objects at the Louvre – Museums – Antiquities

Shaaban Abdel-Gawad, supervisor general of the Antiquities Repatriation Department, said the committee discussed the ongoing investigation by French authorities into the former president of the Louvre museum in Paris. Nearly two weeks ago, the former president was accused of conspiring to conceal the origin of Egyptian archaeological treasures that investigators …

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First Nation wants new $789 million Royal BC Museum project halted and artifacts returned

(Royal British Columbia Museum) A First Nation on Vancouver Island is calling on the BC government to halt the construction of a new Royal British Columbia Museum (RBCM) and instead develop museums within First Nations, returning artifacts in their respective territories. Port Alberni Tseshaht First Nation elected chief councilor Ken …

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Rohingya refugees need sustained support from the international community – The Diplomat

Advertising During his visit to Bangladesh, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Philip Grandi urged the international community to provide sustained and predictable support to Rohingya refugees staying in Bangladesh. “The world must remember the crisis that the Rohingya refugees and their hosts have been facing for five years. …

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Repatriation of bodies of WWII soldiers began 75 years ago

Placeholder while loading article actions When the United States began bringing home its World War II dead, the corps of Army Staff Sgt. Themistocles Zombas was among the first shipment of flag-draped coffins from European battlefields. But he would be among the last to reach his final resting place. Years …

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Hawaiian ancestral human remains and repatriated treasures from the National Museums of Northern Ireland

The National Museums of Northern Ireland returned ancestral Hawaiian human remains – also known as iwi kūpuna – in a formal handover ceremony earlier this month. A Hawaiian delegation, museum colleagues, and U.S. Embassy delegates attended the handover ceremony. The repatriation took place after talks between the museum, the Office …

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