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Embassy

1. A group of diplomats charged with representing the interests of a country to a foreign government. For example, the embassy of the United States in London represents the U.S. in the United Kingdom. The head of an embassy is usually called an ambassador.

2. More commonly, the building in which an embassy keeps its office. This office is extraterritorial, which means it is the sovereign territory of the embassy's government, not of the host country.
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A security alert was issued by the embassy based in Podgorica and people were warned to avoid the area, according to (https://www.
Every day Pakistan embassy staffers move to their duty place by reciting Kalima Tayyaba.
The Islamic Republic treats the alleged Saudi attack as if it wipes out any responsibility Iran has for the earlier mob attack on the Saudi embassy in Tehran.
Ohad Horsandi, spokesperson for the Israeli embassy, too, agreed that his embassy is following the news, but refused to comment on whether there are air purifiers in the homes of staff members or in the embassy.
The second secretary of Japan embassy Tomoaki Arimura had submitted an application to the secretariat police station, in which the embassy took a stance that " the unknown assailants are planning to blow up the Japan embassy situated in Islamabad, as the embassy received two threatened calls.
Embassy, where he and other Americans are routinely told through fliers and e-mails: ``The embassy is monitoring the situation in Lebanon closely and is reviewing all options for assisting Americans who wish to depart Lebanon.
It is not certain if the embassy, located in a prestigious district of the Malaysian capital along with many other foreign embassies, will reopen Tuesday after the New Year holiday, Taylor said.
They also provide a forum for frank, face-to-face discussions with embassy counterparts on unique issues and problems within each country.
When the Embassy was completed, although it did contain 23 floors as the broker stated, it was actually much taller because it was an office building in which the floors are taller than those found in residential buildings.
How putting guards on affluent Kalorama Road would help our embassy in Karachi wasn't instantly apparent, but Dole seemed to think it would.
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The second secretary of Japan embassy Tomoaki Arimura had submitted an application to the secretariat police station, in which the embassy took a stance that "the unknown assailants are planning to blow up the Japan embassy situated in Islamabad, as the embassy received two threatened calls.