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New Delhi [India], September 6 ( ANI ): Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Wednesday lashed out at the online trolls over the killing of senior journalist Gauri Lankesh, asserting that he strongly condemns and deplores the messages on social media.
Mr Hammond told MPs Britain deplores Raif Badawi's punishment, adding the UK has made its views known to the Saudi authorities "at the highest level".
LONDON, June 6, 2014 (WAFA) -- The UK Foreign Secretary William Hague deplores, in a press release, Israeli steps on settlement expansion in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and emphasizes need for lasting peace.
The decisions also deplore the Israeli religious-extremist groups' provocative incursions into Al-Aqsa Mosque Compound through the Magharbeh Gate, and demand the Israeli Occupation to take the necessary measures to prevent such abuses that violate the sanctity and integrity of al-Aqsa.
Violences en Egypte: Le Maroc deplore les pertes humaines aussi bien civiles que parmi les forces de l'ordre (Youssef Amrani)
The British government deplores the Israeli-Egyptian border clash which took place in the Gaza area last night, a Foreign Office spokesman said today.
We deplore this measure C* because measures to interrupt visa delivery is a unilateral, disproportionate measure," a European Commission spokesman told a regular briefing.
Many college officials deplore the shift away from ranking, saying it forces them to make less-informed decisions and essentially recreate an applicant's class rank.
Fundamentalist religions do have the right to despise and deplore homosexuality, or pork, or whatever.
Any system responsible for that I deplore and I deplore those responsible.
In your recent issue on the "Culture War in Hollywood" (March 21), you rightly deplore the fact that The Passion of The Christ did not get an Oscar, not even a nomination for a major Oscar award.
I always deplore companies, and I extend that for example to a company like Dewhurst who exit Wales in this way.