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Border

A set line denoting the extremities of a country, government, legal jurisdiction or property. Borders for governments or jurisdictions are agreed between parties or set by a higher authority. Borders between properties are set by a government or the original owner. An owner of property sometimes may subdivide and sell pieces, thereby creating new borders within his old property.
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The spread of the disease, WHO said, could have been witnessed during the North-South Sudan border movement.
To control the cross border movement of terrorists and to keep a check on illegal movement, Pakistan proposed to fence the border in 2006 which was vehemently opposed by Afghanistan's President Karzai.
I had experience of the cross border movement of drugs before I retired and you need a larger capability to attack that.'
"The EU Plants Directive is specifically designed to prevent cross border movement of such plant diseases and the Dutch authorities are in flagrant breach of European Law.
This was a period when the nineteenth-century era of more freewheeling border movement came to an end with the rise of the modern bureaucratic border, and with the virtual collapse of emigration triggered by the onset of the Great Depression.
'It's admirable that with the efforts of our frontline workers, no case has been reported in the polio reservoir districts of Quetta, Pishin and Killa Abdullah, but the cross border movement and cases from rest of the country kept the risk very high,' Mr Razzaq said.
Members of the delegation felt satisfaction over the security procedures followed by the Pakistan at the border and said Pakistan assumed effective border management to control border movement. Prior to it, tight security arrangements were made in the area to avoid any untoward incident on the visit of 32 countries officials.
Since 2014, cross border movement across the region has grown at an average of 2 per cent annually according to data from East African Tourism platform.
Apart from facilitating the smooth flow of trade at economical cost, NLC operated Border Terminals are playing important role in regulating cross border movement of cargo and passenger traffic thus becoming an important component of the overall border management system.