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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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Referring specifically to the ousted president, Honduras' Attorney General Luis Alberto Rubi, one of Zelaya's top foes, warned the safe-conduct "does not mean Mr.
To repeat this crucial point more tersely, a safe-conduct violation was the equivalent of an alien "tort only in violation of the law of nations or a treaty of the United States.
His son Jose Antonio, seeing he could do nothing to aid his father, ran from the house toward the home of the village priest, seeking sanctuary while brandishing a passport or safe-conduct from Father Miguel Hidalgo (the nominal leader of the anti-Spanish rebellion which had just six weeks before engulfed central Mexico).
Which is why I was glad when I read that the Tiamsons (Benito and his wife, Wilma Austria), incarcerated since 2014, would be provisionally released (by order of the Supreme Court) and given safe-conduct passes to Oslo, Norway, for the peace talks there.
DAVAO city -- Incoming President Rodrigo Duterte said he will issue a safe-conduct to exiled communist leader Jose Maria Sison so he could return to the country and participate in the peace talks with the government.
Born about 1821, he was adopted by the last Maratha peshwa (chief minister) Baji Rao II (1827), and became Baji Rao's heir (1841); when Baji Rao died in 1851, Nana inherited his private property in the Bithur region (near Kanpur) and was granted Baji Rao's jagir (revenues of a district), but despite repeated entreaties to the British and the adoptive father's deathbed request, Nana was refused an extension of Baji Rao's life pension; disgruntled by this, and perhaps aware of British difficulties in the Crimean War, he hastened to Cawnpore at the outbreak of the mutiny and tossed in his lot with rebellious sepoys (June 5, 1857); he apparently led troops at the siege of Cawnpore, and although Nana may not have exercised effective command when the safe-conduct truce was broken and Gen.
He said that because there are valid warrants of arrest for Misuari and Kato, safe-conduct passes should be issued to them.
Under the agreement, holders of a safe-conduct pass should not engage in criminal activities, such as terrorism and extortion, or hostile acts against the government.
Under the agreement, however, holders of a safe-conduct pass should not engage in criminal activities, such as terrorism and extortion or hostile acts against the government for the duration of the pass' effectivity.
the unwritten law of nations with respect to safe-conducts.
Safe-conducts against the Carbon Tax will be included in and other factors with the resulting calculation since shown to be significantly higher than the real wholesale costs.