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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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As of October 3, 2014, a total of 4,195 OFWs were repatriated from Libya since June 11, 2014.
The DFA said the arrival of the 20 Filipino brings the total number of Filipinos repatriated from war-torn Syria to 5,473.
Abu Dhabi: An ailing labourer who was repatriated by an Indian community organisation to be with his family, has died.
During his four-day official visit, Rashdi said he held meetings with Alafees in Jeddah and discussed the payment process of outstanding salaries and end service benefits of the repatriated Pakistani workers, including enhancement of the manpower quota for Pakistan, accreditation of Pakistani technical institutes, and workplace safety assurances.
The most recent batch of repatriated OFWs are among the 10,000 overstaying OFWs that DFA-OMWA and the Embassy are working hard to repatriate as soon as possible.
The officials, who have been repatriated, include a secretary, director general, general manager, additional and special secretaries among others.
Tripoli [Libya], Jan 14 ( ANI ): The Moroccan authority on Saturday repatriated its 338 nations stranded in Libya.
Speaking at the event titled "The Terrifying experience of forcibly Repatriated North Korean women, " on Monday, Ji Hyeon A described a scene of prison dogs eating dead bodies at her prison camp and pleaded for the world to take action.
During the course of proceedings, Additional Attorney General Amir Rehman appeared before the court and informed that five officers out of eight had been repatriated to their parent departments.
Also, in February, a four-month-old baby girl whose parents were killed in Libya was repatriated.
Unlike repatriated DPs, the Armenians had never before set foot in the territories to which they were supposed to "return.
The UAE authorities identified the four workers' bodies by DNA tests and two bodies will be repatriated early on Thursday and the remaining two early on Friday, a senior official at the Indian Embassy told Gulf News on Wednesday.