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The Scottish Prison Service insisted the PS5 "cell wage" is given to inmates so they can contact loved ones while in prison.
During that period he was neither allowed to speak to his family nor directly contact loved ones save for a videotape he sent while in captivity.
Whether supporting embassies as they seek to help citizens contact loved ones back home, or assisting hospitals as they try to reunite the injured with their families, the often-unseen administrative tasks of a mission are absolutely vital.
Among Britons trying to contact loved ones, which proved difficult due to phone lines going down, were relatives of graduates on the Japan Exchange and Teaching (Jet) programme.
More than 40 Britons were on a flotilla of ships heading to Gaza on which nine people died in an Israeli raid, officials said Tuesday, as families voiced concern they could not contact loved ones.
Patrick Jane has an eye for detail and used to make a living duping people into believing he could contact loved ones who had passed over.
Separated from their families, unable to contact loved ones, subject to cruel punishments and witness to the murder or "vanishing" of those closest to them, millions of people were "taught" to devalue their reactions.
But unlike in many other previous quakes, Southlanders had several new tools to stay in touch Tuesday: instant messaging, e-mail and even text messaging to contact loved ones to make sure they were safe.