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Andrea Recchia, Head of Sub-Office of United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in Yemen, praised the UAE's efforts in rescuing Yemeni citizens in Hodeida Governorate, as well as its role in clearing mines in the liberated areas of the Red Sea Coast, which saved the lives of civilians.
And having this message to Padilla, @bataman1422 dropped her opinion: 'Bela Padilla is a liberated woman in all aspect.'
The sources said that the liberated region links Central Syria to other provinces, adding that the two dams of al-Rastan and Houleh were also retaken and security prevails over the vital and strategic infrastructures.
Soldier Who Liberated Her From Mauthausen Concentration Camp" at...
BEIRUT: Shiite religious figures hit back on Friday to accusations made by Maronite Patriarch Nasrallah Sfeir that Hizbullah was serving Iran's interests over Lebanon's, saying their weapons helped liberate the south from Israeli occupation.AaSheikh Afif Naboulsi, the head of the south Lebanon Ulama Association, stressed on Friday that Hizbullah's weapons liberated Lebanese rather than Iranian territories that were under Israeli occupation.Aa
The repopulation strategy of the Sahrawi liberated territories will indirectly put the Moroccan occupier in a dilemma, of choosing "peace or a leap into uncertainty, by breaking the truce," said Thursday in Tifariti Bachir Mustapha Seid, member of the Polisario Front's National Secretariat.
Obama was referring to his great uncle, a member of the 89th Infantry Division that liberated the Ohrduf camp, part of Buchenwald, in Germany.
And since the overwhelming majority in each of those "liberated" countries is Muslim, the official persecution of Christians and other non-Muslim religious people is perfectly democratic--which is an illustration of the patent falsity of using the term "democracy" as a synonym for "freedom."
Kuwait was liberated. The White House called it "the 100-hour war"--all carried live by CNN, then a fledgling all-news channel.
FRANCE has delivered an extraordinary snub to British soldiers who liberated World War II concentration camps.
In networking, the Internet revolution and its attendant open standards liberated information from the prison of closed systems, allowing an exchange of data and knowledge like we'd never imagined.
In her most notorious work, 1987's Intercourse, Dworkin flatly declared that intercourse itself was both an expression and a method of male dominance--at least in our "patriarchal" society, but perhaps inherently so, since penetration was a "violation of female boundaries." Her main beef with the sexual revolution was that it stole the thunder of women's liberation: Instead of rebelling against the "occupier," liberated women began, to Dworkin's horror, "calling intercourse freedom."