grant asylum

See: harbor, receive
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The Lithuanian Migration Department currently cannot review its decision not to grant asylum to Yevgeni Titov, a Russian journalist, its director said on Monday, July 10.
Germany's decision to grant asylum to Turks accused of participating in last year's failed coup has further heightened tension between the two Nato allies, Turkey's prime minister said on Tuesday.
He added that the recent decision by German authorities to grant asylum to a number of Turkish ex-military personnel suspected by Ankara of having links to Fetullah Group has strained relations with Berlin.
The decision to grant asylum cannot be altered by external pressure," Argaz concluded.
Although the country has no legal obligation to grant asylum to every refugee, the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) said it has a moral obligation to protect them from the harm they flee from.
According to Popova, a working formula has to be found to adequately assess the capability of each country to grant asylum to refugees in order to ensure their integration.
If the federal agency does not grant asylum, an applicant is referred to an immigration judge.
According to Washington Times, director of an international campaigning group, Ricken Patel, said that the Brazilian government had announced that it required a formal request from Snowden to grant asylum and now, more than a million people had presented this request in his name.
WASHIGNTON -- The White House Wednesday announced that US President Barack Obama will not meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin after Russia's decision to grant asylum to intelligence spy leaker Edward Snowden.
WASHINGTON (TAP) - US President Barack Obama has cancelled a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin after Russia's decision to grant asylum to intelligence leaker Edward Snowden, the White House said.
Castro says Cuba supports the "sovereign right" of Venezuela and other states in the region to grant asylum to "those persecuted for their ideals.
ECUADOR could take months to decide whether to grant asylum to fugitive US whistleblower Edward Snowden, its foreign minister has said.