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Many of them are part of the Dom population, a stateless people who are refugees by default, and are considered parasites by the community.
In just months, the nearly 9-year-old stateless cryptocurrency was able to transform itself from a novelty into an upstart disruptor that Wall Street skeptics can no longer ignore.
Poroshenko this summer rescinded his Ukrainian citizenship while Saakashvili was out of the country, leaving Saakashvili stateless.
Several exchanges in the U.S. are set to offer derivatives contracts on bitcoin such as futures, another step toward building a traditional market around the stateless digital currency.
Burma stripped them of their citizenship in 1982, leaving them a stateless, destitute people.
Police are investigating after Saakashvili, who wants to challenge the revocation of his Ukrainian passport in July that left him stateless, and his supporters broke through a cordon on the country’s western border with Poland on Sunday.
Ashkar and her parents were born stateless and have never lived in Palestine.
The group's social and political rights have steadily eroded since the mid-1900s amid the rise of Buddhist nationalism, and a 1982 citizenship law passed by the then-ruling military junta made most of them stateless.
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