exile

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Synonyms for exile

Synonyms for exile

enforced removal from one's native country by official decree

one forced to emigrate, usually for political reasons

to force to leave a country or place by official decree

Synonyms for exile

a person who is voluntarily absent from home or country

a person who is expelled from home or country by authority

the act of expelling a person from their native land

expel from a country

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Maybe it is useful to remind the world that our dispossession, forced exile and transfer, and oppression have now lasted for nearly 70 years.
A forced exile from her home in Iran after the revolution as well as near-death experiences she's had while reporting on the front.
Al-Hayat al-Jadida reported that the deportees themselves called for ending their forced exile in Gaza and allow them to return to their families houses.
But Pietersen, battling to make an England encore after 14 months in forced exile, says the nature of pitches likely to confront Michael Clarke's attack will put a higher premium on guile than raw speed.
Azeem has been in service of Pakistan since his appointment as special assistant to the Prime Minister on an honorary basis and has worked with integrity and diligence to reform the aviation sector, his own company (RAS) were setup 10 years ago when Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was in forced exile.
I'm glad to hear that the people of the Chagos Islands might be allowed to return home after more than 40 years in forced exile.
Summary: Islam's most prestigious centre condemns forced exile of Christians and other religious or ethnic groups.
Technically, their role is present both through the LTAs and strategic support--such as the intermediation by the UK--s DFID following the forced exile of Sierra Leone's People's Party in 1997.
Meanwhile, members of Roots In Kashmir -- a Kashmiri Pandit Group campaigning for restoration of human rights and dignity in Kashmir -- on Sunday organised a protest to mark the Kashmiri Pandits Exodus day and the 24th anniversary of their forced exile in New Delhi.
It is widely known that even Sharif has eschewed his long yearning to avenge Musharraf for overthrowing his government in 1999 and sending him into forced exile after the PML-N chief returned to power last May, but the retired general refused even the PML-N's offer to fly out.
Our hearts and prayers are with the people of Al Dbayeh Refugee Camp in Beirut, along with all of our Palestinian refugees Christians and Muslims uprooted from their hometowns in 1948 and who, since that time, have suffered the vicissitudes of a forced exile.
Among the three presidents, no Syrian in the land of extermination or in forced exile can see the light at the end of the dark tunnel.
He is the tallest political leader in Pakistan today, and ever since he returned to Pakistan some years ago after his forced exile to Saudi Arabia, he has done all the right things.
Between Russian conquest in the early 1800s, forced exile during World War II and the crushing of the uprising in the 1990s, one would be hard-pressed to find any ethnic Chechens who did not revile the Russians or see Dudayev as their hero, their George Washington.
One of the native and most ancient peoples of the region had been exterminated on its own land or sent into forced exile.
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