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expel

(ĕks-pĕl′) [L. expellere]
To drive or push out.
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Russia responded by expelling 23 British diplomats and closing down the British Council in Russia.
On Monday, the United States led the charge with President Donald Trump, expelling 60 Russian diplomats and flagging that it will close a Russian consulate in Seattle, located near America's sensitive aerospace hub and a submarine base.
Sai Pratap, former minister and MP from Rajampeta in Rayalaseema region said that Congress had committed a blunder by expelling them.
The Prime Minister told the Commons that Iran had taken the "unjustified step" of expelling two British diplomats over allegations which were "absolutely without foundation".
The Libyan news agency JANA announced Monday that a big celebration would be organized on Wednesday in order to commemorate the "expelling of the American forces and bases that were occupying Libya before the coming of the First of September Revolution."
Property restorer Russell Gray, aged 49, from Knightsbridge, central London, launched a legal bid to stop Marlborough College, in Wiltshire, expelling his son Rhys.
Schools in France have begun expelling Muslim girls who continue to wear headscarves despite a law forbidding conspicuous religious symbols at public schools.
ISLAMABAD -- Former Actress of Lollywood, Shabnam appreciated Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan for expelling Farooq Bandial from his party.
For the unversed, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Tuesday announced that he would be expelling two Russian diplomats.
Sanders says the United States and allies want to send a message to Russia that "actions have consequences." Ukraine has followed suit by expelling 13 Russian diplomats as part of the response to the attempted assasination of Sergei Skripal on UK soil.
France, Germany and Poland are expelling four Russian diplomats each, Czech Republic and Lithuania three each, Denmark, Netherlands and Italy two each, and Estonia, Croatia, Finland, Latvia, Romania and Sweden one each.
Hassan Jamal with 45 years of journalism experience warned that if Erdogan keeps on expelling journalists, one day the Turkish media will reach the point of explosion exactly like what happened in Gezi park.