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A region or country with no coastline or with only an inland sea. In commerce, infrastructure such as roads, railroads or airports is required to transport cargo to a landlocked area.


Without access to public streets or roads. The owner of property that is landlocked may file suit to obtain an easement by necessity across another's land, but it must be a route that places the least burden on the other property.

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KARACHI -- Chairman, Pakistan Peoples Party, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has expressed shock and grief over the tragic earthquake, that struck Nepal Saturday causing grave loss to human lives and properties in the landlocked country.
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An untold number of people have been killed since a March 2013 coup by Muslim rebels, and the previous peace between Muslims and Christians in the largely rural, landlocked country has been shattered.
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CONFIRMING India's fears of Lashkar- e- Tayyeba's ( LeT) expanding network in Afghanistan, Time magazine has claimed that the proscribed terror group has established its presence in five provinces in the landlocked country.
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