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Exemples d'usage pour « a mass exodus » en français
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EnglishThe mass exodus of Nahr el-Bared residents to Beddawi camp began on 22 May.
EnglishIn the last 25 years there has been no mass exodus or out-migration from Canada.
EnglishMonitoring the human rights of persons in mass exodus
EnglishThere is no doubt that there is a mass exodus leaving Libya.
EnglishFaced by a mass exodus of its citizens to West, the East German government throws open the gates.
EnglishThe internally displaced constitute a specific category of people affected by mass exodus.
EnglishFor the past five years, Malawi has witnessed the mass exodus of nurses to work in the West.
EnglishSecondly, we need to prepare for a possible mass exodus of refugees toward European Union countries.
EnglishHuman rights violations are most often the root as well as immediate cause of mass exodus.
EnglishUntil September, that assistance helped to prevent a mass exodus to Pakistan or other neighbouring States.
EnglishThe mass exodus from Kosovo was one of the most complex and intensely political refugee emergencies in history.
EnglishTo be fully understood, the phenomena of mass exodus and displacement must also be viewed within this framework.
EnglishIn view of the danger of a mass exodus from Afghanistan, a humanitarian evacuation programme might become necessary.
English2005/… Human rights and mass exodus
EnglishBeyond any doubt, human rights and the phenomena of mass exodus and forced displacement are inextricably linked.
EnglishOur Member States are already able to offer temporary refuge during times of mass exodus.
EnglishMigration, asylum, mass exodus
EnglishIn Lithuania, these demographic problems are further compounded by the mass exodus of Lithuania's young people to work abroad.
EnglishCivilians were increasingly being used as human shields, and bombing of civilian targets was causing a mass exodus.
EnglishOne of the harshest results of Georgian aggression against South Ossetia was the mass exodus of the inhabitants of the Republic.
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