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a disloyal person who betrays or deserts his cause or religion or political party or friend etc

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Their most recent single Forgetting to Forget debuted at #1 on the Radio Indie Alliance Charts and slotted at #7 on The Alternate Roots Top 10 Songs of the Week while No Depression noted Angie and The Deserters are a driven and charismatic band with a passion for beautiful melodies and energetic hooks.
Another large percentage of deserters have found their way into the ranks of criminal organizations, where they can use their training to serve in the role of enforcers and bodyguards.
Author Heike Niebergall-Lackner presents readers with a study of the historical military offence of desertion through the lens of international law, offering a comprehensive overview of the treatment and protections afforded to deserters under international humanitarian law, international human rights law, and refugee law.
war deserters from the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts have either been deported or voluntarily gone back to the U.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Syrian President Bashar al-Assad issued a decree announcing a general amnesty for military deserters who violated the country's compulsory military conscription law, state television said on Saturday.
According to George, deserters are also caught when they want to process a government formality, such as getting married.
Drawing on newspapers, archival documents, oral histories, and an array of secondary sources, Jessica Squires shows that while Canada allowed American draft dodgers, deserters, and others to find refuge from the war (or from complicity with the nation that waged it), its status as a ready sanctuary is largely a myth, as such a conclusion omits how that refuge was actually achieved.
Army, the distractions and inconvenience caused by deserters have a great indirect impact.
The story is about four deserters - Todd, Plunkett, Cockney and Kid - who make their way to the Florida Coast then Cuba, past the Everglades and angry Seminole Indians.
AP quoted President Heinz Fischer as saying that labeling the Austrian deserters that way for decades after the conflict is "something for which one has to apologize and shame himself.
The People's Assembly approved during a session on Monday chaired by Speaker Mohammad Jihad al-Lahham a bill on suspending the deduction of loan payments for military deserters from their military sponsor.
A police officer accused the deserters of engaging in reckless drinking and using illegal drugs in Bor town.
He told AFP that the detainees were "draft evaders, deserters or common law criminals.
With The Deserters, globe-trotting journalist and former ABC News correspondent Charles Glass sheds some light on an under-examined aspect of the great conflict of the 20th century.
The real story of Second World War deserters lay elsewhere," Glass writes, "and this writer's most important task was to find soldiers whose fates were more emblematic and less publicized.