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a mail pouch that is sealed shut and that is used to carry communications between a legation and its home office

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The real problem was keeping our 8,000 kilograms of classified diplomatic pouches secure and getting them back on their way to the United States as soon as possible.
It said that the Pakistan Foreign Office had allowed the US Consulate General in Lahore to receive the diplomatic pouches.
On the return flight from Havana, CDI brings back music CDs, diplomatic pouches and four to five human remains a month.
Some security analysts believe terrorists eventually could use diplomatic pouches in an attack.
lit is clear that the worldwide network of North Korean embassies, coupled with the use of diplomatic pouches and immunity, offers the ideal cover for a criminal enterprise.
Or, if there exist reviews that are fully paralel to Diderot's, they are almost certainly u known to most of us, for Diderot's salons were composed for the exceeding select readership of the Correspondance litteraire (in effect, a Letter from Paris, describing everything of cultural interest taking place there-never more than 15, most of them crowned heads who received their handwritten copies via diplomatic pouches.
A significant amount of Wall's business has been the logistics management of foreign diplomatic pouches, and Wall has enjoyed a tremendous reputation in the industry.
We closely watched the diplomatic pouches as they were unloaded from an embassy vehicle onto baggage carts.
The document offers examples of identification documents that screeners accept, including congressional, federal air marshal and CIA ID cards; and it explains that diplomatic pouches and certain foreign dignitaries with law enforcement escorts are not subjected to any screening at all.
In the local language, it can be tricky to describe the equipment needed by the ground crews who unload heavy freight and diplomatic pouches, but everyone finds solutions to accomplish the mission.
with two containers and a pallet of diplomatic pouches in a tractor-trailer truck headed to New York's JFK Airport.