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Daimler and BAIC are linked in a long-standing strategic partnership that has existed since 2003.
On July 22, President Donald Trump offered to mediate the decades-long Kashmir dispute between India and Pakistan, a move that would signal a shift in long-standing US policy that the issue must be solved bilaterally.
Afghan leadership needs to focus on long-standing serious grievances of the Afghan people,' the foreign minister posted on Twitter.
Provincial Government has converted this long-standing dream of people into reality.
A person was killed while three others were wounded in an attack that the police blamed on a long-standing rido (clan war) between two families in Ungkaya Pukan town in Basilan province.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Nov.15 (ANI): BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj on Tuesday hailed Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's offer to mediate the long-standing Ayodhya dispute.
Minister for Europe congratulates Macedonia on this positive progress after the long-standing political crisis.
Stoke have Marko Arnautovic, long-standing favourite of Austrian fans, Xherdan Shaqiri, long-standing favourite of Swiss fans, and Peter Crouch, long-standing.
It is obligatory upon the United Nations to persuade the Indian government for peaceful settlement of the long-standing Kashmir dispute, she said.
MORE than 40% of people in Wales have a long-standing illness or disability, new figures have revealed.
And more than a quarter of people (27%) across Wales reported having long-standing illness or disability which limited their day-to-day life.
* Long-standing recognized practice of a significant segment of the industry in which the individual was engaged.