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in English law, aiding and abetting is the helping in some way of the principal offender. It is in itself a crime but depends upon some earlier communication between the parties. See, for Scotland, ART AND PART.
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From 2002 to 2017, the US spent $3.9 billion in foreign assistance obligation with heavy counterterrorism component, according to the Stimson Center's study titled "Counterterrorism Spending: Protecting America While Promoting Efficiencies and Accountability."
With a "feminist" foreign assistance policy in place, non-western others are compulsively measured against western standards of gender equality and found to fall short, and hence be deserving of assistance.
The main purpose of the study is to understand the continuity in foreign assistance through the region by analyzing such a huge event as the Arab Uprisings.
As for the future of foreign assistance, those involved said it will require the U.S.
She was inducted as a member of the committee in honour of the UAE's leadership in foreign assistance at the meeting.
The objective of the policy framework is to evolve a mechanism to identify areas where foreign assistance is badly needed.
Following a demand made by Senator Sughra Imam, Acting Chairman of the Senate Sabir Ali Baloch referred the question to Senate Privileges Committee with directives that IG of Punjab police may be summoned before the committee to explain his position on foreign assistance being received by religious seminaries in Punjab.
The Department concluded that, of the 140 governments that were potential beneficiaries of foreign assistance and were evaluated pursuant to the Act, 50 did not meet the minimum requirements of fiscal transparency.
Linking the sharp decline in economic growth to dwindling foreign assistance and political pressures at home, the ABD official said the bank assisted Afghanistan with $585.1 million for infrastructure development projects such as ring roads, railway lines and electricity last year.
A better, broader term is foreign assistance, which is assistance to foreign nations ranging from the sale of military equipment to donations of food and medical supplies to aid survivors of natural and manmade disasters.
There has been increased commentary from Slovenian officials in recent weeks about the likelihood of seeking foreign assistance to clean up the country's banking sector.

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