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expand_more Siteeraan: "tuomioistuimen mielestä se, että syytetty puolustaa itse itseään..."
Yhdistyneiden Kansakuntien rauhanturvaajia on syytetty tämän taudin levittämisestä.
Kuten tiedätte, Tayloria on syytetty sotarikoksista ja rikoksista ihmisyyttä vastaan.
Esimerkkejä "accused"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishThey are accused of deliberately infecting hundreds of Libyan children with HIV.
EnglishIn some senses the EU is being accused of taking from the poor to help the poorest.
EnglishThe United Nations peacekeepers have been accused of spreading this contagion.
EnglishThe president was forced to flee, accused of corruption and stealing the election.
EnglishAs you know, Taylor has been accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
EnglishMr President, I do not know why the Spanish Minister feels he is being accused.
EnglishWhat is more, they have accused us of doing this during an election period.
EnglishHe is accused of acts of terrorism in which many dozens of people have been killed.
EnglishWe have been accused of not mentioning the benefits of the internal markets.
EnglishIt is inconceivable that a woman accused of adultery can still be stoned.
EnglishThe Council and the Commission were accused, in his word, of 'panic' .
EnglishThe EU is being accused of putting the year deadline before development.
EnglishThe Americans can be accused of many things, but not of being hostile to research.
EnglishWe have blamed and accused ECOSOC for the facts that came to light and enough is enough.
EnglishWe have been working on the procedural rights for persons who are accused.
EnglishI quote: the court finds that the accused's self-representation ...
EnglishThis regulation crucially undermines the accused's right to a fair trial.
EnglishThe Member States have accused Europe of not doing enough about them.
EnglishThe handing-over of those who are accused is not extradition in the legal sense of the term.
EnglishFinland has been accused, sometimes with good reason and sometimes not, of Finlandisation.