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We strongly advise the Prime Minister of Armenia, who speaks about refraining from use of force and threatening by use of force, for educative purposes to get acquainted with the OSCE Helsinki Final Act of 1975.
A tweet from the Saudi Arabian embassy in the US on Sunday said: "To help clarify recently issued Saudi statement, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia extends it appreciation to all, including the US administration, for refraining from jumping to conclusions on the ongoing investigation."
It further said that though it is refraining from interfering in the notification of the commission, it's a 'wakeup call for the commission'.
Download Berri discusses developments with visitors, says refraining from resignation a just act NNA - Speaker of the House Nabih Berri said on Monday that refraining from resignation was a just act.
There emerges, in the refraining, a moment of productive hesitation from homogenizing, coherent visions of the future even while holding onto--tentatively, cautiously--the promise of radically intersectional and transformative inclusion.
Nasr City Misdemeanour Court sentenced on Monday Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim to two years in prison for refraining from carrying out a court verdict.
Khuza'i denies refraining endorsement of death punishments BAGHDAD/ Aswat al-Iraq: Vice-President Khudhair al-Khuza'i denied refraining the endorsement of death penalties against "the terrorists", as reported by his office here today.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The Arabic word for fasting, sawm, literally means "to refrain" and refers not only to refraining from food and drink but from bad acts, thoughts and words.