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a house used as a hiding place or refuge by members of certain organizations

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It's not something we publish but the Jewish community certainly helped the Mossad with vehicles and also with safe houses," Avraham said during a lecture he recently delivered at the Mahar conference on Balkan Jews, which the Jewish community of Montenegro organized with help from the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress in the coastal city of Budva.
Anyway, now that we've established that the Safe House is where you're going to be spending the non-Ghost Warrior-ing half of the game, here's what you can do while you're there:
Investigators have also established that the Seat Leon hatchback used in the Paris attacks stopped near the suspected safe houses in Charleroi and Auvelais.
Justice Minister Habibullah Ghalib told a gathering in Kabul on Sunday that the creation of safe houses was in conflict with the Islamic culture.
William Summerill, 20, ran the Dewsbury Road safe house.
GAZA STRIP: Most safe houses in the Gaza Strip are meant to provide protection for armed militants on Israel's target list.
THE parents of murdered teenager Michael Causer want to set up a safe house for gay youngsters who have been thrown out of their home.
Jacqui Smith, the Home Secretary, has revealed she is considering opening up safe houses where gang members will live, to help them escape from a life of crime.
The agency services include: alcohol and drug counselling, youth detoxification services, a needle exchange program for intravenous drug users, a needle collection program, safe houses and a health outreach van program.
13 Lancet that a novel combination of drugs can significantly reduce the number of these cellular safe houses in patients.
The armed men loaded the migrants onto the back of an old red cattle truck and drove them to safe houses.
Russell traveled with the DFG wardens, saw sting operations, arrests, visited safe houses and went along on surveillances and stakeouts.
Her story is replete with the vocabulary of revolution: guerrillas, safe houses, surveillance, rebels, clandestine communications, secret meetings, code names, torture, disappearance, the death of compatriots caught by the government.