The Presidency of the government voiced "total solidarity with the journalists" and denounced
any form of violence against the journalists, reasserting determination to enforce law against any person who uses or incites to violence.
The Bahrain Golf Club too denounced
violence - against Bahrainis and expatriates.
Earlier, protesters denounced
the Coptic Christians in a rally held Wednesday in Cairo against the film.
Summary: Geneva - The International Democratic Center (IDC) denounced
, on Monday before the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) in Geneva, the biased use by some states of the rights to self determination in a desperate attempt to divide up sovereign states.
High Commissioner denounced
the reported use of machineguns, snipers and military planes against civilians.
The six-state Gulf Cooperation Council denounced
on Saturday the cowrdly act of blowing up a booby-trapped car outside a church packed with people in Alexandria.
They also denounced
neighboring Ethiopia, which withdrew from Somalia last year after fighting insurgents for nearly three years.
If Mr Cameron denounced
their pay, that really would be a change.
It also denounced
some states which try to portray the resistance as a form of terrorism.
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the cuts to the art program.
Take Zhou, the Red Guard who denounced
the woman who raised him.
Coining the term "Eurabia," she denounced
the forced conversions, the treatment of women and other aspects of Islamic culture, and claimed that Europe was on the verge of becoming a dominion of Islam.
ON JANUARY 27, 1843, in a resolution adopted by the American Anti-Slavery Society, the abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison famously denounced
THE decision to sell off 1,100 homes owned by the Church of England in south London was yesterday denounced
as "deplorable" by local MPs.
As he announced the state of emergency, Governor Richardson denounced
the Bush administration for its failure to display "the commitment or the leadership to deal with border issues.