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This is an unjustifiable overreach on aircraft operators that will harm consumers, airlines, shippers and the overall competitiveness of the United States.
The council reaffirmed the need to combat by all means, in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, threats to international peace and security caused by terrorist acts, and that any acts of terrorism are criminal and unjustifiable, regardless of their motivation, wherever, whenever and by whomsoever committed.
In the cable, the South Korean President described the terrorist attack as an inhumane and unjustifiable act, expressing her country's readiness to widen cooperation with Kuwait in this regard.
Extremism and terrorism are against humanity and Islam, and killing innocent people, withany purpose and in any form, is rejected and unjustifiable," she said.
Terrorism, extremism and endangering the life of innocent people is unjustifiable and unacceptable," Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham said on Sunday.
The settlements have been unequivocally condemned by the majority of candidates polled as illegal and unjustifiable.
In a speech at University College London, the First Minister said cuts planned by the next Tory government would be "morally unjustifiable and economically unsustainable".
Bahrain emphasized that all forms and shapes of terrorism are one of the gravest threats to international peace and security and that all acts of terrorism are considered unjustifiable criminal acts regardless of their motives or perpetrators.
He said: "This needless and wanton attack on the property of a Polish family in the Deacon Street area is utterly unjustifiable.
Under anti-discrimination legislation your employer cannot discriminate against you because of your carers' responsibilities and your employer should approve your Flexible Working Practice, unless they can demonstrate it would cause them unjustifiable hardship to do so.
This unilateral decision by the government of Sudan to stop the flow of the oil to the international markets is unjustifiable and it will affect the oil investment climate, Dau told journalists.
Yun made the remarks two days after South Korea lodged a strong protest with Japan over Tokyo's approval of high school textbooks that South Korea says "still contain Japan's unjustifiable claims to Dokdo," a pair of islets in the Sea of Japan known as Takeshima in Japanese.