ethnical


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denoting or deriving from or distinctive of the ways of living built up by a group of people

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4, Sadr said that Iraq is subjected to a hostile attack forcing it toward sectarian and ethnical strive to destroy its national and social fabric, as well as to divide Iraq.
It applies moral reasoning to world scenarios, discussing near-term future challenges and how philosophy can apply to change and ethnical considerations, and offering plenty of perspectives on how applied philosophy can create a better world.
Ever since 2011, the concept of ethnical dominance has slowly been growing in Latvia, when it was included in the policy paper "National Identity, Civil Society and Social Integration" adopted by the Latvian Government.
Those who have attempted to and still try to interpret this movement and label it as an ethnical, sectarian or ideological movement are traitors to the national interest of this land and further paves way for the enemy of our beloved country.
Article 2 of this convention defines genocide as "any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such: killing members of the group; causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group; deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life, calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part; imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group; [and] forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.
We strongly condemn this heinous terrorist act aiming at destroying the already fragile atmosphere of trust in Kirkuk and causing an ethnical clash; we expect the perpetrators to be caught and brought to justice as soon as possible," Spokesperson Selcuk Unal said in his statement.
The right-wing extremist, however, thought there was another side to the story, saying 'shame they neglect the trauma of gradually being robbed of one's ethnical culture, one's religion and one's people without being able to stop it.
He said that although PML (N) is in the favour of new provinces but they should be made on administrative grounds and not on ethnical basis and with full national consensus.
It featured the exotic dance art of the country's ethnical minority groups and is characterised by the unique South Fujian culture.
Siderov, leader of the far-right Ataka, (Attack) party, the only parliamentary ally of the ruling centrist-right GERB, is accused is accused of organizing a brutal assault against praying Muslims, thus igniting ethnical tension.
The Kyrgyz economy, which suffered from political and ethnical turmoil last year, is recovering more quickly than expected, mainly because of improved security, the return of political stability, better-than-expected agricultural performance, and a timely fiscal stimulus, IMF mission said in a statement released on February 11.
Baban announced on Monday that they want to remove the question about ethnicity so as to avoid political sensitivities among Iraqi ethnical components.
Cultures and countries have always been the catalyst to my creativity and the Ottoman Empire was an epitome of such inspiration for me with its ethnical diversities, confluence of the east and west and rich cultural vibrancy," said Abedin.
This portends with continued waves of sectarian and ethnical violence for many coming decades.
Senan Chelbi, for his part, referred to the religious and ethnical commonalities between the two countries and said that "Iran is a strategic trade partner for Iraq.