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safe-conduct

1. a document giving official permission to travel through a region, esp in time of war
2. the protection afforded by such a document
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"Safe conduct passes (SCPs) that were issued to individuals for purposes of being consultant to the peace negotiations ipso facto loses efficacy when the peace negotiation, which is the SCP's reason for being, has been terminated," said Arevalo.
Then the driver would remain responsible for safe conduct of the vehicle.
A spokesman for the Defence Infrastructure Organisation, who are part of the MoD, said: "When a range is in use it's handed over to the unit training, overseen by a qualified, experienced range-conducting officer who is responsible for the safe conduct of that exercise."
They could then face their accusers or be given safe conduct to the coast.
They demanded that all deaths of journalists must be fully investigated and the killers brought to justice, the immediate release of all journalists held, a public commitment by all parties to the safe conduct of journalists in the country and a public statement by Houthi leader retracting the incitement against journalists.
The group is working with German automaker, Mercedes-Benz , to provide safe conduct guidelines for school bus interaction.
He said: "Parents and students should display proper time management by arriving at the school well before it starts and by collecting kids a little while after the end of school, to avoid peak-time congestion.Parents should lead by example and teach their kids about safe conduct."
As the new school term gets under way, RoadSafetyUAE is working with Mercedes-Benz, an expert in school buses, in providing safe conduct guidelines for motorists when interacting with school buses.
The fragile document, known as the Wallace Safe Conduct, was with the Scottish hero when he was taken prisoner in 1305.
"the legal requirements for [Snowden's] safe conduct are met".
(3) In the Court's view, Congress most likely meant the ATS to provide civil redress for three categories of criminal offenses against the law of nations that William Blackstone singled out for detailed explanation--violations of rights of ambassadors, safe conduct violations, and piracy.
At the same time, China will pay the following fees in accordance with the legislation of Kyrgyzstan: - customs and consular fees; - for issuance and replacement of special products, examinations and inspection of vehicles; - for safe conduct of the works; - for permits to open representative offices of foreign companies, banks and organizations; - for garbage disposal from the territories of settlements; - for car parking; - for state registration and licensing, etc.