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Solidarity, unlike other feelings that create bonds between people like sympathy or empathy, implies the promise of action or an action itself--or at least this seems to be the implied message of Taking Sides.
It is hoped the G7 countries would take an unbiased and just position, honor their commitment of not taking sides in territorial disputes, stop making irresponsible remarks, and do more things that contribute to regional peace and stability, foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said in a press briefing on Friday.
In Taking Sides, Todd witnesses the death of his mother at the hands of his father.
This is an obvious form of indirect pressure from the "independent" NGO sector which is already taking sides, criticizes Lepa Gjorgievska in Dnevnik.
A PRIMARY school has been accused of taking sides during the general election.
For many liberal Arab citizens like me, it looks like the United States is now taking sides in a sectarian conflict and turning a deliberate blind eye to violations of rights and values which are supposedly the core of what the United States represents.
Some surprise me by asking, "Why don't you avoid taking sides in its conflict with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an's government?
He stressed that this action implies no taking sides in the conflict.
The IMF said in a statement that it also does not want to be seen as taking sides in a dispute over financial claims involving its member governments.
Earlier, Kobler met Premier Nouri al-Maliki who hailed his work in Iraq, but some other political sources criticized Kobler as taking sides with the government and called for his replacement.
accusing it of taking sides in the legal battle over extending Parliament's term.