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In the event of a ceasefire, it might be more desirable to have a bilateral agreement on both economic and humanitarian measures:

[I]n the context I propose in this report, it is also more appropriate to include in the interim ceasefire the right to carry out armed patrols, to receive arms and ammunition by mail and to obtain personal assistance and the means to receive this.[3] The two countries have agreed on this in principle, except that in some cases both Parties may enter into such a bilateral agreement, and we have in practice expressed our views that this is desirable.

[I]n the context I propose in this report, it is more appropriate to include in the interim ceasefire the right to bring home arms and ammunition by mail, and by telecommunication, and to receive and to return this.

[I]brahim Javid reported from London for the BBC News Channel in October. At the time, he said that “we had hoped that the truce would end in a little over a week, but the conditions in Doha, as a result of which it could have been longer, would have been tougher on them. They were not.” In the event of a ceasefire, the UK should consider an agreement similar to the two-year-old ceasefire with Doha that would have provided immediate access for the British military and humanitarian authorities to the besieged area, and to the US to carry out airstrikes on humanitarian sites.
in Kenya for the first time, this week’s game came in a place of intrigue but one of the things that struck me was that all of this was really getting out of hand when every single person in my position had some kind of reason to believe that the coach is a racist against women. People weren’t buying those ideas. I went outside to check that out and was surprised to see if it was happening.
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There’s one other point in there where it’s not like there’s this entire thing going on, of course. There’s all this talk about “the coaching is white racism” and how they’ve been treated. It’s a ridiculous thing to even talk about. But people aren’t going to come into these women’s facilities and say, “you’re white racist.” It’s just that if you’re saying something like that, the media are going to be looking at you for the next two weeks or so. It makes everyone look like a racist, but we have to recognize that we have to move on from that.

Did there ever seem like a specific part of coach Lula’s job that you thought he needed to focus on?

I guess he has to be on the team for the next two weeks [and] be in the field for the next couple of days to get