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Subsidiaries AISA and Tunisair Express will reintegrate into the parent company Tunisair, as part of the revision of the subsidiarization policy of the national carrier, CEO of the Company Sarra Rejeb told TAP on the sidelines of the 123rd General Assembly of the Francophone Air Transport Association (ATAF) held from October 21 to 23 in Tunis.
The decision comes shortly after Martin Kobler, the head of the United Nations Mission in Congo (MONUSCO) questioned the commitment of the DRC government to reintegrate child soldiers into society.
Dr Hamad Al Ghaferi, NRC Director-General, said: "We seek through this initiative, which has brought us together with Abu Dhabi Tawteen Council, to reintegrate national substance abuse patients into society by enabling them to play an effective role in the development of the UAE.
America's long-term interests are best served by helping reintegrate Iran into the global community.
A three-year grant, awarded by the Department of Defense and shared by the University of Maryland-Baltimore County (UMBC) and Wayne State University's (Detroit) Institute of Gerontology, is looking at how servicemembers and veterans with SCI reintegrate into society.
Participants also urged the Arab states to develop plans and strategies scientifically so as to protect, rehabilitate and reintegrate the victims of this crime, taking into account the establishment of local, regional and international alliances and partnerships in the form of an integrated system.
On her two-day visit she assessed problems of returned refugees still struggling to survive and reintegrate into their communities, almost ten years after returning from exile.
KABUL: United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will attend a conference to be held in Kabul in July to bolster international support for President Hamid Karzai s plans to reintegrate Taliban combatants.
The goal is to successfully reintegrate persons with mental illness and physical disabilities back into the community, preventing unnecessary institutionalization.
In addition he's been granted eight temporary licences to leave prison in order to reintegrate him into society.
It is unclear whether Nkunda is supporting the ceasefire and subsequent moves to reintegrate fighters within government forces.
West Bridge provides specialist accommodation to people recovering from mental health problems and helps patients reintegrate into the community.
A Ministry of Justice spokesperson said: "Time spent in open prisons affords prisoners the opportunity to find work, re-establish family ties, reintegrate into the community and ensure housing needs are met.
A civilian job is the foundation for the many things that are done to help veterans reintegrate into civilian life.
John Reid said open jails serve an important purpose in preparing offenders to reintegrate back into society and that it is up to the Parole Board to assess whether a prisoner is suitable for one.
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