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There is no doubt that Pakistan alone is not responsible for providing sanctuary to extremists on our soil, but bitter fact remains we allowed ourselves to be used.
The wildlife of Gilgit Baltistan, he said was a precious asset for the country and providing sanctuary to wild animals was vital to save this asset.
His sister Kimberly has already pleaded guilty to assisting an offender, providing sanctuary for him and helping him dispose of his clothes.
Bangladesh has been generously providing sanctuary to more than 600,000 Rohingya fleeing Myanmar for almost three months now.
Providing sanctuary has been a long-time Church practice, said retired Lingayen-Dagupan archbishop Oscar Cruz.
Summary: Geneva [Switzerland], Sept 12 (ANI): India on Tuesday criticised Pakistan for providing sanctuary to UN-designated terrorists and said that Islamabad is using terrorism as a state policy under guise of expressing concern for human rights.
Under prohibited provocative acts, on the other hand, include providing sanctuary or assistance to criminal or lawless elements.
He said the wildlife was the precious asset of Gilgit Baltistan and we have achieved the target of providing sanctuary to the wildlife by establishing Khunjerab Park with the help of local people.
Today, in the midst of darkness and division, the Church is once again providing sanctuary for our country,' Robredo said.
A family run charity with the sole aim to save wildlife, providing sanctuary for an array of unwanted pets and injured animals.
As the national debate over sheltering Syrian refugees on American soil heats up, a North Carolina college with a Quaker heritage is providing sanctuary to one family and encouraging others to do the same.
Britain has a centuries-long tradition of providing sanctuary and welcome to those fleeing from persecution on the continent and beyond, this is part of the essence of our national culture.