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    Diplomatic Immunity

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    Diplomatic Immunity INTRODUCTION United Kingdom, 1982 While unloading the ship which carried the embassy's materials, one box marked "household effects" dropped from a forklift. More than six hundred pounds of marijuana worth 500,000 British pounds (1982 prices) spilled dockside. For centuries governments have used ambassadors, and diplomats to represent their nation. These special envoys have done everything from resolving years of conflict, deciding on how much humanitarian relief will be

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    that for every undesirable act that was done, there should be an equal punishment given (The Phrase Finder). The code was also based on the rule of law, which ultimately states that no person is above the law. Furthermore, in terms of diplomatic immunity, before looking at the problems of it, we must first establish the history of it. Some might ask, what is a diplomat? Well according to the dictionary, a diplomat is “a person appointed by the government, to conduct official negotiations and maintain

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    Immunity from Sate Jurisdiction International law specifies that 'the jurisdiction of a state within its territory is complete and absolute'[1]. However, it is identified that certain categories of persons and bodies acting in the public interest are entitled to immunities and privileges from the exercise of the State jurisdiction. In April 1984 WPC Fletcher, a British policewoman was killed, as a result of shots being fired from the Libyan Bureau. The incident created great anger and

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    Immunity in the U.S. Court

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    even the right to remain silent has limitations. One of those limitations is being given immunity. If a defendant is given immunity they can be compelled to testify. The rule has been “that a person who receives immunity can be compelled to testify, no matter how personally embarrassing or humiliating testifying may be” (Davenport, 2006). Immunity falls into two categories: use and transactional. Use immunity is when “a witness may not be prosecuted based on grand jury testimony he or she provides

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    Since the prehistoric time the immunity of envoy, which is well known today as diplomats, and other person provided political power have been occurred. Since the earlier time when people understood that ‘it was better to hear the message than to eat the messenger’ (Jovan Kurbalija, Dietrich Kappeler, Christiaan Sys, Evolution of Diplomatic Privileges and Immunities). They appeared in human lives in different places and in different times similar to one another, not without reason. They came because

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    Write up on PSS tuning methods Literature survey has been done on the topic to find out the various methods of tuning the power system stabilizer of generators connected to the grid. A few of the methods have been briefly discussed in this write up. In a multi-machine power system various electromechanical oscillation modes are encountered and there are chances that these oscillations will increase when the structure of the system (weak connections between coherent groups of generators), or various

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    Prejudice and racism is bad enough as it is. However, the citizens of Philadelphia were making it look like they wanted the blacks and immigrants to come back into the city. They told the blacks that they could come back to the city because they had immunity to the disease, when in actuality they only needed the blacks and immigrants to act as caretakers for the white upper class citizens. They forced the blacks and immigrants out of their homes, where they were loved by their families and friends,

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    Importance Of Vaccines

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    Throughout the years the world has made many medicals advancements, one including vaccines. A vaccine is a substance that produces immunity from a disease, which is usually injected by a shot. Vaccines train the immune system by injected the disease into you so that when you come around the bacteria or virus again your body is able to fight it off. When the bacteria or virus enters the body immune cells attack it by producing protein molecules also knowns as antibodies. These antibodies then attack

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    5 Court Cases

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    Reasoning Congress abrogated tribal immunity from state suits that seek declaratory or injunctive relief for alleged tribal violations of IGRA; (2) the Tribe, by electing to engage in gaming under IGRA, waived its immunity from a suit to require compliance with the statutory conditions precedent to class III gaming; and (3) tribal immunity does not necessarily extend to actions seeking prospective equitable relief. Congress may abrogate a sovereign's immunity only by using statutory language that

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    Cannibalism

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    There are so many bad things in the world but according to many, cannibalism is considered just about the worst. Depending on your point of view, it rises above even such criminal abominations as, rape and genocide. Then again, we live in a culture, in which people would run vomiting to the bathroom if they saw what went into making their McDonald's hamburgers. Cannibalism, also known as anthropophagi, is defined as the act or practice of eating members of the same species. The word anthropophagi

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