absentia


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absentia

(æbˈsɛntɪə)
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absentia

[ˌæbˈsɛntɪə] (frm) he was condemned in absentiafu condannato in contumacia
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ISLAMABAD -- Indian police, in Indian occupied Kashmir, have booked a sedition case against several students of Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University (BGSBU) in Rajouri for raising 'We want freedom', 'Pakistan Zindabad' and anti-India slogans on the campus during prayers in absentia of martyred Kashmiri youth.
ISLAMABAD:Indian police,in Indian occupied Kashmir, have booked a sedition case against several students of Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University (BGSBU) in Rajouri for raising "We want freedom", "Pakistan Zindabad" and anti-India slogans on the campus during prayers in absentia of martyred Kashmiri youth.
Dubai: A Public Prosecution employee and four paralegals have been jailed for 10 years each for dealing in bribes and altering rulings issued in absentia and stored in the department's internal classified filing system.
Riyadh, Jumada I 28, 1439, Feb 14, 2018, SPA -- The Specialized Criminal Court has issued a notification on the media for a Saudi terror suspect to attend a court session in Riyadh, othewise he would be charged in absentia.
Members of the Muslim Brotherhood throw stones at riot police and army personnel during clashes in Cairo - Reuters CAIRO -- 13 February 2018: A total of 29 members of the Muslims Brotherhood were sentenced in absentia on Monday to life in prison over violence and murdering in Suez in 2015.
The court directed prosecution to initiate trial against him in absentia and record statements of witnesses under Section 512.
Mansour Al Jedawi, aged 45, was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in absentia for defaming a former MP.
TAP) -- Businessman and president of the Free Patriotic Union (UPL) Slim Riahi was handed a five-year prison sentence in absentia over bad checks on Monday.
The perpetrators who brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 in July 2014, killing all 298 aboard, may be tried in absentia, Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said on Sunday.
Summary: Defendant sentenced in absentia to 3 months in jail for threatening to kill restaurant owner
A number of war crimes trials were conducted in absentia during the 1992-1995 conflict, or in its immediate aftermath.
The court sentenced 350 defendants in absentia to 25 years or life imprisonment, while 68 defendants present were sentenced to between two and 10 years, for "belonging to a banned group" and "sabotage of public facilities and police".