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24.10.2014
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It should come as no surprise that Petronas expects B.C. to cave in to its demands to expedite the process of approving its Pacific NorthWest LNG terminal and natural gas pipeline, lowering taxes and weakening environmental regulations in the process.

24.10.2014
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Until now there has been no standard definition of the law. where each expert has a different opinion on the law defines. But in general when it interpreted the law is to regulate the behavior or actions of the person in society. Regulation contains commands and prohibitions to do something or not do something.

24.10.2014
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The situation in Rakhine State contains a toxic mixture of historical centre-periphery tensions, serious intercommunal and inter-religious conflict with minority Muslim communities, and extreme poverty and under-development.

24.10.2014
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Human rights organisations are condemning authorities for dismantling a barricade mounted by anti-dam activists near Long Kesseh in Sarawak.

24.10.2014
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Therefore, Indonesian migrant workers, professionals, students, or civil servants overseas may not automatically be covered by the law.

24.10.2014
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A high-pitched chorus pours out from a Muslim nursery school in Thailand's insurgency-battered south, as girls in crisp, white hijabs read aloud the curls and flourishes of a homegrown script virtually erased from public life.

24.10.2014
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Approximately 300 monks, opposition supporters, and human rights activists marched through streets here on Thursday to mark the 23rd anniversary of the Paris Peace Agreement, which is the country's national day.

24.10.2014
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The human rights of the residents from about 36 villages around the Dawei Special Economic Zone have been affected by the development of the economic zone and related projects, the Dawei Development Association says in a report.