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internee

a person who is interned, esp an enemy citizen in wartime or a terrorism suspect
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More than 30 internee doctors resided in the hostel, adding no causality reported till the last report, he added.
The road around Lake Louise was built by internees with shovels and picks.
While hundreds of internees, whose exact number hasn't been made public, continue to be in detention, their cases appear to be far from over.
The modified passenger liner had left Liverpool on July 2, 1940, with more than 400 German and 700 Italian internees and 86 German Prisoners of War, guarded by 200 troops.
They said that the internees' services were hired for one year, but they were terminated after just two months of service.
Haider asked the internees to create awareness among people as volunteers for the elimination of poverty and progress of the country.
The Dutch East Indies were occupied by the Japanese during WWII and Censorship covers were displayed along with Internee mail from the many camps set-up by the Japanese.
After the war ended, many of the Latin American internees who had not been deported to Japan lingered in "a kind of legal no-man's land," as the report described it.
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.
Then, however, the second shoe dropped: "You have been reclassified as internees."
Suggested by the World War II experiences of the family of actor George Takei, best known for his work in "Star Trek," Allegiance is set in one of the camps as several generations of internees, among them American citizens both native-born and naturalized, cope with being imprisoned as enemies by their own country.