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danger list

n (Med) on the danger listin prognosi riservata
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Joseph disclosed that one of the victims lost his life while two other students who were involved in the accident are on the danger list, saying the body of the deceased has been deposited at the hospital morgue.
Other protected sites in the occupied Palestinian territory, including the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem, the ancient terraces of Battir, and the pilgrimage route in Bethlehem, had also been fast tracked by Palestinian authorities in previous years to include them on UNESCO's World Heritage in Danger list.
In a sign of the devastation being wrought by the war, the United Nations cultural agency UNESCO put the six World Heritage Sites in Syria on its danger list of imperiled monuments on Thursday, urging international efforts to protect them.
The Abu Mena Monastery was placed on the danger list in 2001 due to the threat of rising water.
She is now off the danger list but is still recovering in hospital and it is thought she will need plastic surgery.
This is despite pregnant women and newborn babies being on the H1N1 virus danger list.
Edge Hill University and Liverpool Hope University - plus the University of Chester - are placed on the danger list in research carried out by academics.
The school, which is 100 yards from the Gateshead/ County Durham border, was named in a Gateshead Council review along with Marley Hill and St John the Baptist Roman Catholic Schools as on the danger list due to falling numbers.
passengers from destinations on the danger list into providing the French
Currently, the World Heritage List is composed of 878 natural and cultural sites in 145 countries, and the Danger List includes 30 sites from 24 countries.
Fresnillo - another stock on the danger list - was off 17.
The site was placed on the Danger List in accordance with Article 11(4) of the World Heritage Convention and the Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention, making it the lone example of an Indian site placed on the List of World Heritage in Danger by UNESCO, a matter of great embarrassment for the governments at both state and Central levels.