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Law outside the jurisdiction of a particular state; alien
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What happens to our foriegn friends who cannot fill the forms in, surely they need help?
I actually think the next club he manages will be foriegn.
In spite of this rapid mainstreaming of online advertising around the globe, many marketers still are not observing a range of basing tactics and strategies comprehended to considerably improve the effectiveness of online advertising campaigns in a foriegn and specific market.
The report, he said, attempted to "equalize responsibilities between a people under occupation and foriegn military occupier.
Despite active involvement and support of foriegn powers, Operation Zarb-e-Azb has virtually broken the backbone of terrorism and militancy in the country by destroying the hideouts and dismantling the command and control structure of the militants.
People complain about foriegn workers taking over British jobs, but if this is British service give me foreign workers any day, they are polite, dedicated and far better craftsman.
Claim Rajpal's stomach to be clear of all foriegn objects by Monday
So far, Kasoulides has attended meetings with the President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades with the US Secretary of State, Greek Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs Evangelos Venizelos, and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, and hosted a lunch with the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, as well as bilateral meetings with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, Lebanese Prime Minister Tammam Salam, British Foriegn Secretary Philip Hammond and Russian Foreign Secretary Sergei Lavrov.
Besides private sector especially foriegn investors are also encouraged to invest in these sectors to get benefit from their technical assistance and perfessional expertise.
However, Thursday the GERB leader argued that the sale of land could be opened up for foriegn nationals, with the requisite exceptions designed to exclude entities such as murky business structures and extremist organizations.
Israeli Foriegn Ministryclaimed Israel hasn't violated the Fourth Geneva Convention, because the Palestinian Authority (PA) is not a state and that it did not signed the convention.