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This visit is a "symbol of the diplomatic relations binding France and Tunisia in the past years and notably since the Tunisian revolution," said Thursday a source from the French embassy in Tunis.
Al-Ansi and Al-Kahlani briefed the senior UN official and here entourage on the conditions of the IDP notably the health, educational, social and economic problems at the IDP's camps.
During the talks, held on the sidelines of the 2nd Arab-Japanese Forum, the two officials voiced determination to bolster cooperation between the two countries in different fields, notably in the field of electricity generation.
ISLAMABAD, January 18, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Pakistan firmly rejects the assertions of state-sponsored terrorism and invites India to a deep introspection of its own policies and conduct, notably in Jammu and Kashmir as elsewhere.
ISLAMABAD, January 18, 2010 (Frontier Star ): Pakistan firmly rejects the assertions of state-sponsored terrorism and invites India to a deep introspection of its own policies and conduct, notably in Jammu and Kashmir as elsewhere.
The paper reveals that while enrolment of girls has increased rapidly since the 1990s, there is still a substantial gap in upper primary and secondary schooling and gender inequalities interlock with other forms of social inequality, notably caste, ethnicity and religion.
Alex Neve, Ottawa, for his leadership in the field of human rights at the national and international levels, notably through Amnesty International Canada.
The Mediterranean partners agreed that particular attention should be paid to the need to further reduce budget deficits and public debt, to improving the business environment, notably the independence and efficiency of courts to enforce contracts, to fostering intra-regional trade, investment and economic integration, notably through infrastructure and convergence of rules and to upgrading governance, notably by increasing public sector accountability and fighting corruption.
It traces shifting representations of childhood--from innocent, cute and rambunctious to savvy, self-sufficient, and sophisticated--and links this to broader changes in family life and in marketing practices, notably the post-World War II emphasis on children as a niche market.
Emphasis will also be placed on a high level of consumer protection, notably as a result of quality data, better consultation and better representation of consumers' interests.
The two partners will agree to reduce growth in demand through appropriate measures, notably the application of new technologies to improve energy efficiency and energy savings.
The rear of the Passat takes cues from Jetta, most notably in tail lamp design.
Notably, this debate may be a moot point given the lack of consistency across autobiographical memory research, based on coordinate bilingual adults who have acquired L2 as adults, over whether or not cognitive dominance in a language dictates memory dominance in that same language.
This eulogy overlooks conveniently the fact that six jockeys are on police bail, notably Kieren Fallon and Robert Winston, as well as two trainers, for alleged betting-related offences.
The same can be said of the UN's contributions in the field of economic and social development--pioneering in the areas of economic strategy and statistics, sustainable development, human rights, and notably the rights of women and of children.