casern


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military barracks in a garrison town

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Security has become a common [concern]," Mashnouq said at the inauguration of the Arab Police Tactical Shooting Championship, at Wissam Hassan casern.
NNA - National News Agency correspondent on Wednesday reported that activists from "Change Is Coming" and the "Civil Movement for Accountability" this afternoon protested in front of al-Helou casern in Beirut, in condemnation of the security forces' attack on demonstrators, calling for the release of the detained protesters, whose number has been estimated at 25.
10:00 Minister of Interior and Municipalities, Marwan Charbel, visits Dbayeh casern, in presence of Internal Security Forces Chief, Major General Ashraf Rifi.
We are looking forward to the day where illegal arms will be in the hands of the state, and where the army will return to its caserns to assume its duty of protecting the country's borders," he added.
Their calls for Kiir's resignation built tensions that escalated into a full-scale war when presidential guards of the deputy SPLM chairman and Vice President Riek Machar clashed with their colleagues who backed President Kiir in the army caserns outside Juba.
1) about the ethos of the public service are often serving in caserns, police station, or barracks.
It means that a player will have many hours of building windmills, caserns, foundries and other facilities, serving to warriors, all sorts of craftsmen, and even Gods.
An agreement could be reached over a new transitional phase, in which all the authorities are distributed between the powers to reassure the people about Egypt's future, instead of the mobilization seen on the squares and the barricading seen in caserns and institutions which originally belong to the civilians
He spoke in front of audiences ranging from factory workers to grammar school pupils or even soldiers and in different venues (factories, schools, restaurants, caserns, libraries or pioneers' clubhouses (10)), often holding more than one lecture a day and taking a free day only on Sundays.