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Loubaris called the grant of citizenship to Jewish descendants "very positive" and an acknowledgement of the "guilt of the Spanish state in expelling its own citizens.
Hyderabad: Amid the continuing suspense over when the Telangana Bill will be introduced in Parliament, the Congress Tuesday declared a war on the opponents of the bill by expelling six members of Lok Sabha from Seemandhra region.
Hassan Jamal with 45 years of journalism experience warned that if Erdogan keeps on expelling journalists, one day the Turkish media will reach the point of explosion exactly like what happened in Gezi park.
Israel is expelling an additional 150 South Sudanese as part of its campaign to reduce the number of African migrants who have slipped illegally into the Jewish state.
Iran swiftly responded in the normal diplomatic manner by expelling three Kuwaiti diplomats of equal rank.
AL MUSTAQBAL newspaper, which is owned by the Hariri family, praised Bahrain's decision to stop expelling Lebanese expatriates.
Summary: Britain is expelling two Iranian diplomats in response to Tehran's decision to expel two UK diplomats, Gordon Brown has announced.
After hearing the judgment, the couple said in a statement: "We were extremely disappointed and maintain the school has acted unfairly in expelling our son.
In an interview due to be published in Egypt's independent Al-Isboa weekly on Saturday, Bashir said expelling the aid agencies was designed to send a clear message to the West.