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State Agent

A person who is licensed to sell insurance in a single state. Because most insurance is regulated at the state level, state agents are registered on a state-by-state basis.
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After the violent repression of demonstrations by security forces in January 2015 which resulted in the extra-judicial killing of at least 20 people by State agents, a second wave of human rights violations started in July 2015.
UP to 50 murders allegedly linked to a top British spy within the IRA include other state agents who had "outlived their usefulness", the High Court has heard.
One of the functions of AFP HRO is to monitor reported incidents of human rights violations, whether these are perpetrated by state agents AFP, PNP, CAFGU or non-state agents, or armed rebel groups.
Here there occurred a deplorable, absolutely condemnable action by the M-19, but it must be recognized there were failures in the conduct and procedures of state agents," he added.
The state-of-the-art new office, which provides desks for 25 agents, will offer the services of top real state agents including; Jeff Miller, Giorgio Vecchi, Dario Stoka, Lisa Van Wagenen, Juan Alvarez, Luis Felipe Vieira de Souza, and Diana Carulla.
DISSIDENT Republicans and state agents were yesterday blamed by Martin McGuinness for two murders that have left Northern Ireland's government on the brink of collapse.
The New York-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) group said the trial did not address the responsibility of state agents who it said failed in their duty to protect miners' lives.
Today, all the respective ministers agreed to organise in March an event in Tirana that will bring together all the representatives of companies and state agents from countries, including Cyprus, to discuss these issues," Bushati said.
The unacknowledged detention of individuals or the concealment of the whereabouts or fate of those detained by state agents constitutes an enforced disappearance, which are absolutely prohibited under international law, said Human Rights Watch.
Under international law, authorities commit an enforced disappearance when, following a person's arrest by state agents, they refuse to acknowledge they are holding someone in detention or conceal the person's fate or whereabouts, thereby placing them outside the protection of the law.
THE secluded Texas ranch where followers of imprisoned polygamist Warren Jeffs lived in near isolation has been seized by state agents, nearly six years after the FBI raided the property and removed hundreds of children amid child sex allegations.
State Attorney General Kamala Harris, who has asked Vice Pres dent Joe Biden to emulate the idea nationally, plans to double the number of state agents grab bing guns.

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