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In February 2017, the State Council mandated that Jiangsu and 13 provinces draw up ecological red lines by Jan.
And then there are the VMRLs in North Korea, where it's difficult to remember the number of times red lines have been trampled on, not only through defiant rhetoric but also actual capacity to threaten all U.
And since January 1, 1,319 car parking charge notices have been issued at James Cook - however not all of these were for parking on double red lines.
But in talking with reporters, US Secretary of State John Kerry just brushed aside Khamenehi's latest red lines, saying they were solely intended for "domestic political consumption" in Iran.
However, European officials stressed to the newspaper that the red lines "have yet to be fully defined, if at all," as well as what would be "the repercussions for crossing them".
Earlier this month, Jonathan Guyer — of the blog Oum Cartoon — spoke at the American University in Cairo about Egypt's ever-shifting red lines and the currently shrunken space for cartooning dissent:
RED lines warning motorists they face immediate fines for parking could soon be introduced on key roads in Liverpool.
BLURRED RED LINES (The Wall Street Journal, New York)
IAN BREMMERWhile we've been distracted by a flurry of intelligence releases on Syria's chemical weapons strikes many have overlooked another intelligence report pertaining to weapons of mass destruction with severe implications for America's red lines and credibility in the Middle East.
Speaking during an event held by the Turkish Industrialists and Businessmen's Association (TE[pounds sterling]SyAD) in Ankara on Thursday, Kylyc said the Constitutional Court has been monitoring the new constitution-making process closely, adding: "The opposition parties' red lines, which they refuse to open for discussion, are slowing down the negotiations over the new constitution.
Red lines don't lead to war, red lines prevent war.
Those in the international community who refuse to put red lines before Iran don't have a moral right to place a red light before Israel," Netanyahu, speaking in English, told reporters.