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He said that those refugees who are unregistered and living illegally in the Pakistan would be send back strictly.
It is hoped the probe will send back data containing clues to help unlock the secrets of life and the universe.
According to figures given by the Times of Malta, the island is being flooded by migrants from Libya: more than 1,000 are believed to have reached Malta during the 48-hour period preceding the decision to send back this group.
Italian Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi resigned yesterday, protesting government's U-turn to send back the marines to India.
Rome last week conveyed to New Delhi that it would not send back its marines to India for further trial, causing a furor in India and leading to exchange of words between the countries.
New Delhi, March 17 -- Apprehending backlash after it refused to send back two marines, facing trial in New Delhi for killing two Indian fishermen in Kerala, Italy has advised its citizens to be "vigilant and cautious", especially in that state.
The South Korean government's decision to send back a letter addressed to President Lee Myung Bak from Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiko Noda is "inconceivable" in terms of diplomatic protocol, Japan's spokesman said Thursday.
It is expected to send back sharper pictures of its landing site.
Around 30 Iraqi asylum seekers who Britain tried to send back to Iraq were refused entry to their homeland and are now back on English soil, officials said Friday.
The Hakodate Family Court on Friday decided to send back two of three teenage boys to prosecutors for criminal charges and to refer the third to a juvenile reformatory, all for a deadly gang-bashing of an 18-year-old high school student in Hakodate, Hokkaido, in August.
Survivors of genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan campaigned in front of the House of Lords yesterday against an appeal by the Home Office to send back three Darfuri asylum seekers.
Around 270,000 Brazilians of Japanese descent go to work in Japan, sending back US$2 billion in remittances a year, which is quite a chunk of the $5.50 billion that all Brazilians living abroad send back home, according to the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB).