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repatriation

a person's return, voluntary or otherwise, to the country of which he is a national.
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The food sector repatriated nothing in July this year compared to $35.3 million in the same period of last year.
He said there were still some documentation processes that needed to be completed before the remains could be repatriated to her homeland.
Among the repatriated OFWs and recipients of livelihood assistance from Villar is a 46-year-old single mother with two children.
In his statement, Cato assured that embassy remains ready to assist any of the remaining 1,000 Filipinos still in Tripoli who may want to be repatriated.
The report by the US Commerce Department's Bureau of Economic Analysis showed that Bermuda was by far the largest source of repatriated profits.
Subsequently, Justice Farooq ordered immediate removal of Arshad Malik and the IHC registrar wrote to the law ministry that 'he [judge] may be removed/relieved from his duties by the competent authority forthwith so that he can be repatriated to his parent department i.e.
.8742331288344 This is so far the biggest number of Filipinos to be repatriated by @PhinLibya, @DFAPHL, and @doleph since the current crisis in Tripoli erupted almost two months ago.
According to reports from the Embassy, several Filipinos who refused to be repatriated are believed to be trapped in certain areas where fierce fighting between warring factions had taken place.
Eight Filipinos repatriated from Libya arrive in Manila
Captured by Syrian Democratic Forces, a US-backed militia comprised mainly of Kurdish fighters, Clark is a US citizen and should be repatriated as soon as possible and granted the rights guaranteed all US citizens under the Constitution, including due process and habeas corpus.
'Hamid Nehal Ansari, an Indian spy who had illegally entered Pakistan and was involved in anti-state crimes and forging documents, is being released upon completion of his sentence and is being repatriated to India,' Dr Mohammad Faisal wrote on Twitter.