On the centurion anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, Palestinians in particular, Arabs at large, and vast swathes of the population called on the British government to issue an apology for
its state building project in Palestinian territories in 1917.
Victims will find it easier to receive an apology for
a wrong they have suffered following the passage of a new law in the Scottish Parliament.
Some of the demands made in the list of 31 points like an apology for
the 1994 Civil War, which was fought under the rule of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh, have recently been fulfilled.
Seldom does a week go by without somebody demanding an apology for
something somebody else did: "The paper owes its readers an apology for
printing such rubbish," a letter in the People's Forum screams.
was losing 100 million dollars every month because of suspended supply routes, analysts say, may have been designed to minimise the political cost of an apology for
the Obama presidential campaign.
officials told the Pakistanis the April 15 attack effectively "killed" any chances of an apology for
now, said officials on both sides.
Brooks sagaciously predicted that the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon would provide the foundation for an apology for
Nevertheless, the success of an apology for
public health collective trauma can never be guaranteed, even when its conditions are fully observed.
He clearly hasn't retracted the statement about Alan being unfit so it's not an apology for
the main offence caused - and then he widens it to question the fitness of other referees, so he seems to be opening another can of worms which I don't think is very helpful at all.
There are those who resist the idea of an apology for
slavery for much different reasons.
Mike Beebe said he didn't know if an apology for
slavery was needed.
An apology for
having "breached the bonds of affection" would represent the desire of ECUSA to remain within the communion, the report said.
plaintiffs are capable of evaluating an apology for
its sincerity and
John Paul II had no personal part in these events, but as representative of his Church, he feels a duty to offer an apology for
these times when her children strayed far from God's path.
Pressure is building up for an apology for
the slave trade.