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Admission to the ICC will allow Palestinians to bring accusations against Israeli officials responsible for military crimes.
12 Jamie Roberts Partnering the burly Welshman with Tuilagi will bring accusations of a lack of creativity, but both men are ferocious gain-line merchants and there is enough ball-playing skill around them elsewhere in the back line to make up for it.
The law was rewritten to give victims the ability to bring accusations of past abuses; its status is unclear because Karzai did not veto it but he did not sign it either.
The commercialization of sex and the nature of performance, in which, instead of mass village participation, we have a passive audience watching a small group perform, may bring accusations of voyeurism.
Ms Kelly's decision will bring accusations that the Government is simply afraid of angering parents by abandoning the A level 'gold standard' ahead of a General Election campaign.
Ms Kelly's decision will bring accusations the Government is afraid of angering parents by abandoning the A-level "gold standard" ahead of a general election campaign.
Today justice has been globalized, and if Chile doesn't bring accusations against Pinochet, the international community will demand it.
This statement--which is simply a matter of arithmetic--is guaranteed to bring accusations of 'class warfare.
Upon winning the lawsuit, Mauricio declared, "I hope this allows other people to bring accusations against those responsible for torture.
Vieira's latest bust-up will inevitably bring accusations from the club that there is a vendetta against them and the player in particular.
A quick trial - or an untimely accident that silences Montesinos permanently - would bring accusations of a coverup and convince many that justice was not done.
But McMahon's relative anonymity and lack of big-club experience would make him an unpopular choice with Celtic fans and bring accusations that it was yet another Dalglish "old boys" appointment.