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The plan has drawn condemnation from both sides.
The government's statement was a condemnation of all acts of terrorism.
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Think some players won't see this as an official condemnation of their worth and future?
Dozens were killed, and condemnation from international humanitarian organizations was swift.
Nearly 60 Palestinians were killed Monday by Israeli forces, drawing condemnations and calls for restraint from Europe and elsewhere.
After meeting with Putin, Netanyahu said Russia was unlikely to interfere in Israel's actions in Syria, despite Russia's condemnation of Israel's latest airstrikes on May 9.
But the actions of Israeli troops, and the U.S. refusal even to express regret for the loss of life, has left both countries isolated amid growing condemnations that Israel used excessive force against the protesters, many of whom were unarmed.
Much larger springtime drills took place last month without the North's typically fiery condemnation or accompanying weapons tests, though Washington and Seoul toned down those exercises.
Countries have summoned and recalled ambassadors, the U.N. has issued condemnations and some have called for an investigation of Israel's actions.
Wolfgang praised Herbst’s strong and early condemnation of Andrew McDonald, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s initial pick for state Supreme Court chief justice.
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: a statement or expression of very strong and definite criticism or disapproval
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