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internee

a person who is interned, esp an enemy citizen in wartime or a terrorism suspect
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ISLAMABAD -- Three rooms were burnt as fire erupted in the ladies hostel for internees of Mayo Hospital Lahore in the early Wednesday morning.
In the winter, the internees were forced to get up early in freezing weather to labour cutting trees and clearing the land.
A high court bench consisting of Chief Justice Waqar Ahmad Seth and Justice Mussarat Hilali while hearing several writ petitions filed by several internees or their family members on April 10 directed the federal and provincial governments to submit their written responses clarifying the legal status of these internment centres and the regulations under which these were set up.
Items of returned mail being displayed together with letters from the internees. Many unusual items were then displayed by John.
According to the report, 16 Latin American countries interned at least 8,500 nationals from Japan, Germany, and Italy during the war, and 12 deported some or all of their alien internees to the US.
But at one camp, art helped internees maintain hope and express their refugee experience.When Paul Humpoletz was born on June 21, 1940 in London, his father was sitting behind barbed wire some 286 miles (about 460 kilometers) away on the Isle of Man in the middle of the Irish Sea.
The mean scores on Social Distance Scale (SDS) of first year medical students was found to be 11.27 [+ or -] 3.45 sd and that of internee students were 10.25 [+ or -] 3.5 sd.
We can now turn the job of telling our story over to the center,'' said Bacon Sakatani, a former internee and one of the foundation's board members.
Each internee had only about fifty square feet for his bed and belongings, and the quarters were filthy, dank, and foul smelling.
Commenting on the situation, Zeeshan Arif, an internee placed at Secretariat here, said the internees feel their future imperiled because of no hope for another job opportunity.
Responding to a petition filed by V Kamalaman internee of the Venkateshwara Homeopathic Medical College, Chennai, Justice K Venkatraman said, the college could not insist on a particular dress code.
The 78-year-old award-winning novelist and short story writer, best known for Empire of the Sun about his childhood struggle to survive in a Chinese internee camp, was ill "for several years", his agent Margaret Hanbury said.