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a movement in which several individuals or groups with different interests join together

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As regards common front their view was that all Tamil Parties and groups in the North and the East should be brought under one Tamil National umbrella regardless of their deep divisions and regardless of the long association with military and allegations of right abuses.
He will now meet with the leader of the main opposition Socialist Party, Pedro Sanchez, to forge a common front against the separatists.
None of the three attacks caused any rift between Sunnis and Shiites or succeeded to exacerbate sectarian tensions, and while security at and around mosques were stepped up, official and popular initiatives were launched in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and neighbouring Bahrain to consolidate national unity and present a common front against all acts of terrorism.
RAMALLAH, May 2, 2015 (WAFA) Israeli army quelling of Friday peaceful weekly marches protesting Israeli segregation wall and settlement expansion across the West Bank coupled with International Criminal Court chief prosecutors remarks assuring the maintenance of complete neutrality in the inquiry to be initiated into possible war crimes committed during the latest Israeli onslaught on Gaza, featured the common front page news items in Palestinian dailies.
Meanwhile, the Foreign Ministry today called all Libyans to form "a common front against terrorism.
Given Whitehall's track record in recent years of preferring Manchester over Liverpool, it seems we must be prepared to co-operate with our immediate neighbours in order to present a common front for a Greater Merseyside with a geographical area comparable to that of Manchester.
The line-up presented by Prime Minister Haider Al Abadi is, however, likely to be no more than a temporary administration presenting a superficially common front in the battle against Islamic State (IS).
Without going so far as to speak of an alliance, we need a common front.
GE-l's message is mostly likely meant to open a new page, putting aside differences in order to build a common front to face regional challenges, observers say.
In addition, the Ontario Common Front, a provincial coalition of over a hundred community, union and anti-racism groups, is supporting the Forum.
Over the years, the EU institutions have shown a common front against MIFs, accused of being a hidden "tax on consumption" by Neelie Kroes, the EU antitrust commissioner who started the fight more than six years ago, before passing the baton to the current competition commissioner, Joaquin Almunia.
Now the whole country is being threatened by terrorists, so we need to have a common front.
Domestic banks are planning to form a common front with the aim of having the same capital adequacy requirements as their counterparts elsewhere in Europe.
Petriccione nonetheless indicated that it was important for the EU member states to present a common front in negotiating public procurement issues with Washington.
But it is high time to get united in a single front and make a common front to fight the occupiers in Balochistan.