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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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This study stresses the need to look at the confluence of economic aid, military aid, and conflict environments.
Figure-I: A graphical presentation of US Economic aid to Israel
* Economic aid was associated with an increased likelihood of transition to multi-party elections, democracy aid was not.
President Barack Obama will later unveil an economic aid program for Egypt and Tunisia as part of an effort to support democratic reform in the Middle East and North Africa.
S&P are of the view that the economic aid package, which it understand will be comprised of donations by GCC members, will not immediately affect Bahrain's and Oman's ratings or ratings outlooks.
The simple answer is that US economic aid to Egypt, which amounted to $455m in 2007, translated to only $6 per capita.
Sources said that Joe Biden will share with Pakistani leaders the outcome of his talks with Afghan leaders and will offer more military and economic aid to the insurgency-hit country amidst complaints of insufficient and delay in arrival of aid.
For Haiti, the $2.8 billion package, including $913 million in economic aid, is destined to support the impoverished Caribbean nation, which remains in dire straits after the January earthquake, which left more than 1.3 million people homeless and claimed up to 300,000 lives.
Japan is planning to provide economic aid to countries with good reserves of rare metal resources, the business daily Nikkei has reported.
Without SDF participation in antiterrorism activities related to Afghanistan, the government will inevitably face criticism that the country has once again resorted to the so-called checkbook diplomacy approach, in which it provides economic aid and investment but no security personnel.
Knott, and Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Suhair Al-Ali signed five agreements on Tuesday providing $411.4 million in grants from the US to Jordan.The agreements for $261.4 million in regular and $150 million in supplemental assistance bring total US economic aid to Jordan in 2009 to $513.5 million.
This economic aid would be separate from others announced by the provincial and federal governments.

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