victimised : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v make a victim of
- v punish unjustly
- s of persons; taken advantage of
News & Articles
- Belgian PM in gay rights plea to African leaders
Belgian Prime Minster Elio Di Rupo urged African leaders attending an EU-Africa summit to respect the rights of minorities, including those victimised for their sexual orientation. The remarks were made at a welcome dinner on Wednesday for some 80 EU and African leaders attending a summit including the presidents of Uganda and Nigeria, where draconian anti-gay laws were recently implemented to ...
April 3, 2014 - AFP via Yahoo! News
- Barack Obama in Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
It is as enraging as it is heartbreaking, and we will not relent until this leak is contained, until the waters and shores are cleaned up, and until the people unjustly victimised by this man-made disaster are made whole,he said.
- Shoaib Akhtar in Reuters.uk
I will definitely be filing the appeal in the next two days and will follow the PCB procedure. I feel I have been personally victimised by the board. If I have committed any violation of discipline I should be told about it,Shoaib said.
- John Howard in The Age
Australia will not be apologising to Dr Haneef,Mr Howard told reporters in Sydney. "Dr Haneef was not victimised and Australia's international reputation has not been harmed by this 'mis-start' to its new anti-terrorism laws."