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About 300 Syrian refugees have camped outside parliament since Nov 19 demanding the right of passage to other European countries and some have started a hunger strike.
Earlier this month, when leaders and officials of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations met in Myanmar, they agreed in principle to resolve the disputes through mediation, recognising the right of passage for vessels.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the Scottish Ministers propose to make an Order under sections 2(1) and 152(2) of the Roads (Scotland) Act 1984, redetermining the means of exercise of the public right of passage over the roads described in the Schedule hereto.
To also threaten the right of passage is not what happened when the Blair/Gaddafi arrangement allowed the killer of WPC Yvonne Fletcher to exit the Libyan Embassy.
To also threaten the right of passage is not what happened when the Blair/ Gaddafi arrangement allowed the killer of WPC Yvonne Fletcher to exit the Libyan Embassy.
For many South Africans, circumcision goes beyond being merely a medical procedure and forms part of a right of passage into manhood.
Like something of a right of passage, tattooing oneself with the instantly-recognisable rings often occurs once an athlete has competed successfully at an Olympic Games.
I THINK the US-style prom is a right of passage for all school leavers which gives them the first chance to step out of their jeans, hoodies and uniforms and into dresses and suits.