'Our attention has been drawn to a news item published on Wednesday, 21st August 2019 by the Daily Trust newspapers and other media outlets where Comrade Yunusa Yusuf accused supporters of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky of assault in Guzape area of the Federal Capital Territory, however unfoundedly
lower courts, has "unfoundedly
restricted, rather than expanded,
"Despite regular assurances from the IAEA that Tehran has been meticulously fulfilling all of its [Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action] requirements, Washington unfoundedly
accuses it of secret missile and nuclear ambitions.
my client's name was falsely and unfoundedly
brought up in this case to coerce him to testify against former politicians as part of political rivalry in India," the lawyer said.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has summoned Tajik Ambassador to Tehran to convey Irans strong protest over stances held by Dushanbe officials that falsely and unfoundedly
accused the Islamic Republic for a terrorist attack in which some foreign cyclists were killed.
There are some who celebrate the GDPR, not unfoundedly
, as a milestone and global role model for user rights.
"Unfortunately, the British authorities, contrary to all the acts of international law, ignore all calls for an investigation and have launched a massive international campaign against us, unfoundedly
expelling Russian diplomats from a number of countries and threatening with sanctions," the Russian ambassador said.
** Ramstore is suing Skopski pazar for unfoundedly
ending the talks for selling its markets to the Turkish company.
His argument is often attacked for unfoundedly
proposing asymmetrical requirements on the desirability of living for mortal and immortal lives.
This suggestion might immediately invoke concerns regarding the many individuals who felt buyer's remorse after funding significant wealth transfers in 2012, fearing (unfoundedly
, as it turned out) that the exemption might decrease from $5 million to $1 million in 2013.
they have been unfoundedly
accused," concluded the lawyer.
By relying exclusively on Verdugo-Urquidez's citizenship-based sufficient connections test, the court has not only effectively ignored Supreme Court precedent, leading to inconsistencies in the lower courts, but more importantly unfoundedly
restricted, rather than expanded, the rights of foreign plaintiffs such as Jose Rodriguez to relief under the Constitution.