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Due to the factional war, the sports ministry has asked both bodies to put on hold all events until it recognises one of the federations to run the sport in the country.
Unfortunately, the need to separate politics -- factional or otherwise -- from the humanitarian issue does not appear to be on the agenda of either foreign and Arab donors, or of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, in spite of the letter he sent to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon on 30 July declaring Gaza a "disaster zone" in the grips of a "dangerous humanitarian crisis.
On Sunday, the central committee political bureau of the ruling Workers' Party agreed to strip Jang of all posts and titles and banish him from the party, including vice chairman of the powerful National Defense Commission, for committing "counter revolutionary factional acts.
We want the call of the faithful, not a factional one.
The Middle East, which is home to the most valuable energy resources in the world as well as the most sacred of lands, is perhaps heading towards the most dangerous factional polarization -- one that is similar to what it experienced in the 12th century.
Al-Quds daily front page story reported on an official and factional Palestinian condemnation of the attack at the checkpoint.
Summary: President Sleiman said that taking advantage of Lebanon's system which is based on partnership and pluralism to preserve factional quotas in public administration is impeding the work of the state.
He also provides important insight into factional struggles inside the Communist Party and how these struggles manifest themselves at the top of Chinese politics.
in a note to Washington, Dell wrote: "the governor confided Mugabe appeared to be deteriorating mentally and losing his capacity to balance factional interests.
General Baba Jan is a former communist military officer and was a firm supporter of northern alliance during factional fighting in Afghanistan before Taliban rule.
Indeed, these protests took a factional aspect, at a time when the Bahraini authorities tried - whether through direct initiatives or based on foreign advice - to contain the protests, while recognizing the existence of a flaw that must be rectified and the fact that dialogue could secure the required reform.
Syrian agreement to host the three-way summit in Damascus Monday was possible because Syria has good relations with the participants, Naoum said, noting the close ties Syria has with Turkey and Qatar--the former as an ally and the latter in view of its successful mediation in Lebanese factional problems in the past.
It is worth mentioning that hundreds of people have died during the last few years as a result of factional violence in Balochistan.
Strategic Global Investments Inc (Pink Sheets: STBV), a real estate development company in US, has announced acquisition of land for development of luxury factional housing.
Shih's principal argument is twofold: factional politics have been responsible for both the relative inflationary stability and the prolonged dearth of financial reforms in China since 1978--the latter threatening the enviable position enabled by low inflation rates.