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in international law, the right of an officer of a belligerent state to stop and search neutral ships in war to verify their nationality and ascertain whether they carry contraband.
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The share of Turkmen citizens in the total number of foreigners who visited Turkey in January 2019 was 1.37 percent.
Edinburgh (1.7 million), Manchester (1.2 million) and Birmingham (1.1 million) each received more than 1 million overnight visits, with Liverpool the fifth most visited city with 670,000 visits.
Residents of the European Union visited Estonia in the same numbers as they did last year.
ISLAMABAD -- A total of 36,743 foreign Yatrees including 30,358 Indians visited their sacred religious places in country in last five years, said an official of the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony.
In 1959, King Saud visited Germany, King Fahd visited Germany in 1978 and in 1981, King Khalid visited Germany in 1980, and Crown Prince Sultan also visited in 1989.
Andrew and dialogue with the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholomew I, who visited Rome on the feast of Peter and Paul, June 30.
I've visited people, parishes and encouraged them and prayed with them and so on," said Bishop Harvey.
At the Traditional Chinese Medicine University Medical School and Hospital in Chengdu, we visited the pharmacy, which resembled an agricultural feed and seed supply store.
The total number of unique visitors, those who visited the site more than once, was 21,269.
In interviews I conducted on social visits in 1972 in Borj Hammoud, when I asked female or male household heads (most of the visiting was done by females) who visited them and whom they had visited in the week previous to the interview, I found myself writing nonsensical answers.
The pope is received by President Jimmy Carter in 1979, marking the first time any pope visited the White House.
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld visited Azerbaijan in December 2003, just six weeks after the elections.