returnee

re·turn·ee

 (rĭ-tûr′nē′)
n.
1. One who returns, as from a journey or to school after a long absence.
2. A person returning from military duty overseas. See Usage Note at -ee1.

returnee

(rɪˈtɜːˌniː)
n
(Military) chiefly US and Canadian a person who returns to his native country, esp after war service

re•turn•ee

(rɪ tɜrˈni, -ˈtɜr ni)

n.
a person who has returned, as from a long absence or from overseas military duty.
[1940–45, Amer.]
Translations

returnee

[rɪtɜːˈniː] Nretornado/a m/f

returnee

n (Pol) → Rückkehrer(in) m(f)
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IOM, the UN Migration Agency earlier this week (05/02) handed over semi-durable shelters to 107 households at the Kobiteye returnee camp on the southern border of Chad that hosts over 5,500 Chadian returnees from the Central African Republic (CAR).
He also stressed that one of the main proposals presented at the meeting in Ankara will be the formation of livestock breeding centers in larger returnee communities.
Al-Tahir said he would meet with the refugee commission, UN agencies and the local and foreign aid groups on Monday to discuss ways to provide the basic services to the returnee villages.
The reintegration centre will facilitate them with adjusting in the country and will help them find jobs in other countries as well,' he told a seminar titled 'Reintegration of Returnee Migrants: Issues and Challenges' hosted by the Overseas Pakistanis Foundation (OPF) in collaboration with the International Labour Organisation.
ISLAMABAD -- Overseas Pakistanis Foundation (OPF) is launching a project for re integration of returnee workers from South Korea after completion their tenure and assist them for finding jobs in different Korean Companies in the country.
Sivagnanasothy added that the Government of Sri Lanka under the leadership of President Maithripala Sirisena has initiated action to encourage the voluntary refugee returnee programme on a phased out basis and the current trend of increased refugee returnees is a sign of reconciliation and moving towards permanent peace said the Ministry secretary.
Various shots, returnee Imad opening his bullet-ridden shop
Summary: Hundreds of Lebanese returnee families from Syria that are active in the agricultural sector, in addition to their host communities, will benefit from an Ireland-funded program to enhance food production and security among such groups.
The project, which entered into force earlier this year, targets around 450 Lebanese returnee families from Syria that are active in the agricultural sector, in addition to their hosting communities.
While appreciating efforts of the Government of Pakistan in timely repatriation of Overseas Pakistanis from Yemen, the meeting reviewed the progress report regarding relief operation of OPF for safe and timely repatriation of returnee Overseas Pakistanis from Yemen.
by Pajhwok reporter on 20 June, 2014 - 10:47 KABUL (Pajhwok): Afghanistan, where returnee refugees represent approximately 20 percent of the population, commemorated World Refugee Day on Friday.
After displaying his Lebanese identification card, returnee Abdul Malik Hassan Ezzedine collected a cardboard box with enough nonperishable food items for roughly one hundred meals.