Repatriation

NOW THAT NIGERIA HAS TURNED THE HEAT ON THE LUMBERS …

ARTS & MAGAZINE The official handing over of the Benin bronze artefacts by two British universities as well as the submission of official Nigerian requests for the return of its looted artefacts bodes well for a more promising prospect for the recovery of other antiquities in the custody of Western …

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“Create social capital, the need of the day”

Localization, inclusiveness and tolerance are necessary to build social capital, which is necessary for sustainable development in Bangladesh, speakers said at an annual virtual conference on Wednesday. Social capital should be based on four tenets of the Bangladesh Liberation War of 9171 and international commitments such as the Grand Bargain, …

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First in ten repatriation flights from Morocco lands at Schiphol

Transavia airline’s first repatriation flight with stranded travelers in Morocco landed at Schiphol at 1.30am on Saturday. About a hundred deceived travelers were on board the plane, according to a spokesperson. Morocco on Thursday banned all flights to and from the Netherlands, Germany and the UK. Moroccan authorities feared that …

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9k Pinoys returned to PH via Subic Airport – BI

The Immigration Office (BI) reported that more than 9,000 overseas Filipinos have so far returned to the country via Subic Bay International Airport (SBIA) in the city of Olongapo. In a report to Immigration Commissioner Jaime Morente, Chief Supervisor of BI-Clark International Airport (CIA) Maan Krista Lapid-Legaspi revealed that a …

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