Exile trong tin tức

Ví dụ collocations

forced into exile Buộc phải lưu vong
government in exile Chính phủ lưu vong
living in exile Sống lưu vong
sent into exile Gửi đi lưu vong
went into exile Đi lưu vong

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The Guardian
· Allowing the privileged few to flee Hong Kong isn't liberation  
Those who do not know the open wound of exile can callously suggest uprooting a people and congratulate themselves for being generous and clever.
The Age
· The children's book author who moved out, twice, to protect his family  
During his six-week exile, he visited the family home every day – talking, playing games and reading stories through Noah’s bedroom window.
The New York Times
· Manchester City’s Champions League Ban Is Overturned  
The club, one of the world’s richest teams, had faced a two-year exile from Europe’s top soccer competition for breaking cost-control rules.
· Wuhan Zall to play on opening day of virus-delayed China season  
Zall, who were forced into exile for 104 days after the virus emerged in the city late last year, face newly promoted Qingdao Huanghai behind closed doors in Suzhou, near Shanghai, on July 25.
The Independent
· Man City Champions League ban LIVE: CAS to reveal outcome of Uefa decision  
The decision also has large ramifications for the rest of the Premier League too, as if the ban is upheld, fifth place in the table becomes a Champions League-qualifying position, while City’s leading names could well look to leave the club rather than face two years exiled from Europe.
· Lucifer season 5 theories: Lucifer and Chloe will be separated for several episodes  
Although Lucifer (played by Tom Ellis) granted the wishes of ‘Deckerstar’ fans when he admitted his love for Chloe Decker (Lauren German), he made the decision to exile himself from Earth.
Washington Post
· Democrats are getting ready to govern responsibly on climate change  
Instead, they have largely exiled themselves from the debate by refusing to accept the necessity to act vigorously.
Al Jazeera
· Q&A: UN's Agnes Callamard on drone strike that killed Soleimani  
Such a race is taking place in the midst of persistent and repeated attacks against basic principles of humanity - hospitals and schools are routinely targeted by parties to a conflict; human rights defenders, journalists and dissidents living in exile do not find safety abroad but continue to be threatened, harassed, and sometimes killed.
The Guardian
· 'A hell of a lot of hurt': writers confront South Africa's apartheid past  
Another book has revealed the existence of a “terrorist album”, a bound collection of 7,000 photographs of wanted anti-apartheid activists who had fled into exile, which was distributed to police stations under apartheid.
· The other family Harry's forgotten, says NICK FERRARI  
Now in self-imposed exile just five miles from that world-famous Hollywood sign, Harry chooses to give us all a lecture about what he sees as the problem of racism that is at the core of the Commonwealth.