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Countermeasures Division supplied the concept of switch and response to characterize the infrared counter-countermeasures of advanced infrared missile seekers.
At the end of March, the town had 832 asylum seekers in receipt of Government support - meaning one person in every 167 people living in Middlesbrough was a supported asylum seeker.
Asylum seekers are concentrated in Midlands and northern cities with lots of empty houses.
The capital is one of three Welsh cities that appear in the top 10 UK council areas with the highest proportion of asylum seekers living in them.
Erickson Incorporated, a leading global provider of aviation services, is pleased to announce an exclusive agreement with Seeker Aircraft, Inc.
They are officially registered as asylum seekers and are asked to give a brief statement outlining why they are afraid of persecution or death.
Reports said asylum seekers have sought an order for them to be transported out of Christmas Island to a place where they can receive appropriate care.
The goal of the 2014 Job Fairs is to bring together companies and job seekers alike under one purpose: connecting local career seekers with employers.
The number of citizens who have been summoned by various recruitment centres was (330) job seekers to offer them employment opportunities, (146) of them showed up, (27) accepted the jobs offered to them and one job seeker accepted training opportunity and another job seeker accepted self-employment opportunity through 'Sanad' programme.
I READ the Record story about the knife attack on two asylum seekers at Drumchapel High School in Glasgow.
Whether you use them to seek out job postings or to post your resume, only 2% to 4% of job seekers find a job using one of these services.
The number of asylum seekers living in the North-East has fallen by almost a quarter in the past year, new figures have revealed.