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ANHRI questioned how social studies and the humanities are a threat to national security resulting in the writer's detainment.
Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili stated that he did not see any political motives in the detainment, "everything was done in
Rangers appealed to the ATC for his 90 days detainment for further investigations, which the ATC maintained and allowed the Rangers to detain the accused for 90 days.
The governments of Yemen and the US have a lot of questions to answer regarding the abduction, detainment, and disappearance of US citizen Sharif Mobley, who lived with his family in Sana'a.
Detectamet is now introducing their Detectable Double Detainment System brush range which uses stainless steel staples to fasten bristles into the brush head and then the adhesion is reinforced by applying a detectable and antimicrobial resin to surround and lock in the bristles.
He describes how lifelong friends turned on his family, how his brother and father were thrown into detainment camps, and how they eventually fled under nightmarish conditions.
Perhaps that can begin to happen when they, and the whole world, see families and supporters of LGBT Olympic athletes defy the law and face detainment and expulsion by holding up rainbow flags in the spectator stands, or maybe they'll see out and ally medalists defy Olympic rules and risk losing their medals by demonstrating on the podium.
The book details the author's transformation from college dropout and drug addict to inspirational author and motivational speaker, leading him to social and environmental activism that has included unlawful detainment for protesting the Keystone XL Oil Pipeline and formation of a nonprofit organization, The Self-Reliance Institute, to provide resources and opportunities for young people to become more self-reliant.
Examples include the harassment of ethnic Poles in Belarus and the abduction, detainment and torture of American attorney Emanuel Zeltser and his assistant Vladlena Funk in 2008-2009.
BEIRUT: Activists protested in front of the judiciary in Beirut Tuesday calling for "accountability for hate crimes" following last week's raid of Ghost, a nightclub in the Beirut suburb of Dikwaneh, that resulted in the detainment and alleged harassment of a transsexual patron and several others.
Following their arrest the defendants made allegations in the media and to British consular staff that they were tortured during the process of arrest and detainment.
Despite the detainment, "there are still many unanswered questions," such as what motivated the bombers and who helped them, US President Barack Obama said in a televised statement from the White House shortly after the detainment.