buffer zone

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a neutral zone between two rival powers that is created in order to diminish the danger of conflict


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Erin Kuenzig, TMLC's trial counsel who successfully represented pro-life sidewalk counselors in the buffer zone case, commented on the Attorney General's new lawsuit, "The Attorney General's baseless pro-abortion tactic seeks to silence pro-life speech.
The post Greek and Turkish Cypriot contractors in joint push to restore buffer zone buildings appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
According to the report, before Abu Jaber, two other religious leaders of Ahrar al-Sham, including Abu Shuaib al-Misri and Abu Mohammad al-Sadiq, had left the group for their opposition to Turkey's buffer zone plan.
TEL AVIV, July 5, 2015 (WAFA) An Investigation conducted by the Israeli daily Haartez revealed that, most of the settlements which have taken over privately owned Palestinian lands in order to create security buffer zones have in fact been using the land for other purposes while the Civil Administration turns a blind eye.
A total of 1,044 houses were removed out of 1,220 counted houses for the second phase, over a distance of 500 metres, as part of the army's project to establish a security buffer zone along the border with the Gaza Strip.
The joint venture agreements governing each of the Core Zone and the Buffer Zone contain a right of first refusal in favour of each joint venture party, which rights are exercisable for 60 days.
She said she visited a Planned Parenthood Boston clinic before the buffer zone law, and that it was "truly frightening.
Access to the non-closed buffer zone for working and sightseeing reasons, requires authorisation by the local governor, also said the minister, adding that military authorities are entitled transform this buffer zone into a partly or completely closed area.
Turkey has been considering establishing a buffer zone in Syria since the beginning of the crisis, but has not received support from the international community regarding the establishment of the zone inside Syria.
Be vigilant about the trap that claims to protect you, an attempt to create a buffer zone that the country cannot bear the cost of," he gave the example of Turkey, Jordan and Iraq all refusing to create buffer zones at their borders as a warning sign that this could not be a good move for Lebanon.
GAZA, April 9, 2012 (WAFA) - Israeli army units Sunday opened fire at and injured a Palestinian worker in the buffer zone between Israel and the Gaza Strip near east of Gaza City, according to medical sources.
Assembly Environment Minister Carwyn Jones has defended his decision to impose a shorter buffer zone limit between opencast mines and homes than applies in Scotland.
Residents can now call on the planning minister to request that he adds a buffer zone as an additional condition, based on this democratic resolution.
Terry Witt, executive director of Oregonians for Food and Shelter, which is part of the coalition seeking to overturn the buffer zone rules, said the ruling was not unexpected.
Al Zaeem added: "This is a peaceful resistance and we as the youth of Palestine will keep on going to the buffer zone till our demands are met.