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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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The US also encourages other donors to provide timely additional humanitarian assistance for Libyans in need.
Responding to the latest earthquake that devastated Nepal, Bahrain was one of the first few countries that joined emergency relief by sending consignments of humanitarian assistance to people.
However, humanitarian assistance alone will not bring a solution to the crisis in Iraq.
The UNRWA mission assured local religious, political and community leaders that humanitarian assistance would continue to be delivered to Palestine refugees and Syrians, including the host community, within the area, in close cooperation with local humanitarian actors.
The two sides discussed the support provided by FAO and its technological, technical and humanitarian assistance amid the unfair war waged against Syria.
Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan Bakhytzhan Sagintayev has signed an order on August 29, according to which the state agencies must work out concrete proposals and mechanisms for the provision of humanitarian assistance to south-eastern regions of Ukraine.
humanitarian assistance required, the impact of conflict and refugee
BEIRUT: The United States is contributing an additional $32 million in humanitarian assistance to support Syrian refugees in Lebanon, the U.S.
"Officially in its fifth year, EoACAyOperation Pacific Angel' is a joint and combined humanitarian assistance exercise led by 13th Air Force.
"Under our worst-case scenario, as many 3.6 million people could eventually require humanitarian assistance" in Libya, which has a population of six million, Ban told delegates before the session went behind closed doors.
Summary: Britain could send humanitarian assistance and rescue teams to Japan following the devastating earthquake, William Hague has said.
They also agreed to exchange information on issues of mutual concern in terms of developments and progress in activities and programs, and to ensure that both organizations benefit from the available expertise in the areas of relief and humanitarian assistance. The two sides pledged to cooperate in providing humanitarian assistance and advisory services to reduce damage caused by disasters and to respond to requests from OIC member states after taking into consideration available resources and adopted programs.

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