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Example Sentences for "embassy"

He went to the embassy to report that his passport had been stolenThere was a demonstration at the American Embassy in Bonn to protest against the bombing of Iraq.

He went to the embassy to report that his passport had been stolen.

The rebels are holding staff members of the American Embassy hostage.

Chen went to the American Embassy in Beijing to apply for a student visa.

U.S. warplanes bombed the Chinese Embassy in Yugoslavia in May 1999.

On January 31, 1968, North Vietnam attacked U.S. and South Vietnamese troops, and reached the American Embassy in Saigon.

I have to go to the embassy today because I lost my passport.

Because it is such a small country, Belize's diplomatic affairs are mainly handled by British embassies.

In February of 1972, the British Embassy in Dublin, Ireland was burned down after a day of anti-British demonstrations.

The embassy threw a party for all the athletes that were competing in the Olympics.

Demonstrators gathered outside the French embassies in various countries to protest against nuclear testing in the South Pacific.

In January of 1981, 52 American hostages who had been seized in their embassy in Tehran, Iran were released after 444 days in captivity.

Victor's parents asked the Australian Embassy to help them get a lawyer for him after he was arrested for supposedly trying to smuggle drugs out of Thailand.

In April of 1984, a British policewoman was killed by a gunman shooting from inside the Libyan Embassy in London.

Find someone who has visited the embassy of his/her country in the past year.


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