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They are calling out President Buhari and comparing him to autocratic leaders.' This is an unpardonable blackmail that cannot stop Police and other law enforcement agencies from doing their work.
'The 11 UN special rapporteurs' act of peddling a biased and absolutely false recital of facts, adulterated with malicious imputations against the constituted authorities smacks of unpardonable intrusions on our sovereignty,' Panelo said in a statement.
Captain Akakpo said the devastation the illegal miners have caused farmlands and eventually Ghana's water bodies is so unpardonable that Operation Vanguard, with its commitment to the state, would not rest until the irresponsible activity is drastically brought to the barest minimum or stopped outright.
slammed their plans to reconsider the license plate contract adding that it "reeked of unpardonable graft."
IANS New Delhi The Congress on Sunday attacked the Modi government over the BJP resolution adopted at a party meet here, saying"shifting goalposts is ingrained in the DNA"of the ruling party and was testament of"unpardonable failures"of the NDA.
'What is also most unpardonable is that after more than half a century of Malaysian nation-building, Tajuddin is trying to perpetuate the misconception,' said Lim in a statement.
He said that such an act is unpardonable and stopping girls from education cannot be tolerated.
Family separation is an unpardonable act of violence and the horror can make it hard to wrap your head around the policy.
By insinuating that Pakistan is responsible for the Mumbai attacks, he has committed an unpardonable crime.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said London's allegations of Russian President Vladimir Putin's involvement in the poisoning of former Russian military intelligence officer Sergei Skripal are an example of unpardonable diplomatic misconduct.
"Incidents like these are intolerable and unpardonable," he said.
Pyongyang reacted with fury, calling them "unpardonable atrocities."