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Addressing official meeting here he said, final touches were given to the scheduled program for observing the right of self determination day and participants of the scheduled rally would reiterate Kashmiris longstanding demand for the early settlement of Kashmir issue according to their wishes.
Panama reiterates its condemnation of the acts of violence in Nicaragua that have claimed the lives of adults and children and continue to bring mourning and fear to the population in Nicaragua.
As I said, he's obviously watching the situation very closely and reiterates his need for the parties to find a peaceful solution through engagement and dialogue," Dujarric said.
The Cabinet condemned the terrorist incidents Beirut, Istanbul and Orlando, Florida, US, which led to killing and wounding a number of people, reiterating the Kingdom s renunciation of all forms of violence and at the same time reiterates its full support for all efforts to confront and prosecute perpetrators of these incidents.
Ban "reiterates the paramount importance of preventing a dangerous spillover of the conflict across borders.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 23, 2011-LDK Solar reiterates guidance for Q1 and fiscal year 2011(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Badji underscored that his country "reiterates its commitment to reinforcing and promoting brotherly ties among all countries of the Maghreb and of the entire African continent".
Global Banking News-1 May 2008-Santander reiterates EPS growth targets(C)2008 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
A revised letter to shareholders, available on RumbleOn's investor relations website, replaces the third sentence under # 3 - Achieve Operating Leverage on page 15 with the following: "As we continue to gain share in our addressable market, we expect advertising and marketing spending will continue to increase in absolute dollar terms but will decrease as a percentage of total revenue." RumbleOn reiterates it expects Q1 revenue in the range of $210M-$215M, consensus $182.95M.
Morocco's Communications minister, Government spokesman, Khalid Naciri, described, in a press briefing following the government weekly meeting, the kidnapping as an "unspeakable act." Naciri said that Ould Sidi Mouloud was kidnapped in appalling conditions, adding that "the Moroccan Government is closely following this case" and reiterates its strong condemnation of this despicable act.
Nonetheless, he reiterates a Buy rating on Facebook shares.