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Minges Origins Caffé Espresso Big House Blend B...
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4,99 € *
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Bei diesem besonderen House Blend der renommierten Rösterei Minges stehen hochwertige Robustas im Vordergrund. Dabei trifft die Robusta India Cherry auf die Robusta Uganda. Kombiniert mit feinsten Hochlandarabicas aus Honduras ergibt das eine spezielle Mischung der Extraklasse. Noch dazu stammen alle Bohnen aus kontrolliert biologischem Anbau, sind UTZ-zertifiziert und wurden von Hand geröstet. Das Ergebnis ist ein kraftvoller und intensiver Espresso mit satter Cremabildung, vollem Körper und einer leicht fruchtigen Nebennote. Dank der aromasicheren Verpackung in wiederverschließbaren Doy-Bags bleiben alle Aromen lange erhalten und ein köstlicher Kaffeegenuss wird auch nach häufigerem Öffnen garantiert. Für eine optimale Zubereitung empfiehlt sich der Siebträger, Vollautomat oder die Herdkanne. Der Lieferumfang beinhaltet 250g ganze Bohnen. Bereits in dritter Generation bietet die bayerische Rösterei Minges hochwertige Röstkaffees in verschiedensten Variationen an.

Anbieter: Roastmarket
Stand: 07.08.2020
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Australian - Kaffeebohnen - Honduras (Organic)
12,39 € *
zzgl. 3,95 € Versand

Da dieser Single Origin-Kaffee aus Honduras stammt, hat dies besondere Folgen für den Geschmack. Honduranischer Kaffee ist nämlich sehr mild und leicht mit fruchtigen Noten und einem frischen Nachgeschmack. Ideal zum Trinken den ganzen Tag lang.

Anbieter: Kaffeevorteil
Stand: 07.08.2020
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Honduras Espresso
3,19 € *
zzgl. 3,99 € Versand

Unser Honduras Espresso ist ein nachhaltig produzierter Single Origin aus unserem Projekt auf La Laguna. Er punktet mit Aromen von tropischen Früchten und mit Noten von Johannisbeere und Toffee.

Anbieter: Café Royal
Stand: 07.08.2020
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Honduras Espresso
4,50 CHF *
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Unser Honduras Espresso ist ein nachhaltig produzierter Single Origin aus unserem Projekt auf La Laguna. Er punktet mit Aromen von tropischen Früchten und mit Noten von Johannisbeere und Toffee.

Anbieter: Café Royal CH
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The Last Crypt , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 781min
9,95 € *
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More than 200,000 copies sold. Number-one best seller in Spanish, Italian, and Russian. The best-selling novel in the history of Amazon Spain. Diver Ulysses Vidal finds a 14th-century bronze bell of Templar origin buried under a reef off the Honduras coast. It turns out it's been lying there for more than one century, prior to Christopher Columbus' discovery of America. Driven by curiosity and a sense of adventure, he begins the search for the legendary treasure of the Order of the Temple. Together with a medieval history professor and a daring Mexican archeologist, he travels through Spain, the Mali desert, the Caribbean Sea, and the Mexican jungle. They face innumerable riddles and dangers, but in the end this search will uncover a much more important mystery - a secret, kept hidden for centuries, that could transform the history of humankind and the way we understand the universe. Fernando Gamboa (Barcelona, Spain, 1970) has devoted most of his adult life to traveling through Africa, Asia, and Latin America. He has lived in several countries and worked as a scuba diver, a Spanish teacher, an entrepreneur, a poker player, and an adventure guide. At present he's the number-one best-selling indie author in Spain. His books have been translated into Russian, Greek, and Italian. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Joe Lewis. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bkka/000053/bk_bkka_000053_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
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Asylum and International Law
168,00 CHF *
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I. Purpose of the inquiry.- One History of Asylum and Basis for Its Grant.- II. History of asylum.- Asylum in Sacred Places.- From Religious Sanctity to Sovereignty.- Later Developments: Political Asylum.- Later Developments: Diplomatic Asylum.- III. Basis for the grant of asylum.- A. Legal Basis.- 1. International law.- a. Territorial asylum.- b. Non-territorial asylum.- 2. National law.- B. Extra-Legal Basis.- Two Asylum from the Viewpoint of the Individual.- IV. The Individual¿s position in international law with respect to asylum.- a. The individual¿s international duties.- b. The individual¿s international rights.- c. The individual¿s right to petition before international organs.- d. The individual¿s procedural ability and amenability before international organs.- a. Views expressed recently by various governments on the nature of the right of asylum.- b. Provision of asylum in national constitutions and legislation.- c. Provision for non-extradition of political offenders in extradition treaties.- a. Surrender not in pursuance of extradition treaty.- b. Surrender in consequence of seizure on foreign territory by the officials of the state of origin.- c. Surrender in consequence of mistake.- V. Asylum as a human right.- VI. The international political refugee.- Who is an International Political Refugee?.- 1. Refugees specified.- 2. Refugee defined.- Refugeehood and Statelessness.- Sources of Law Pertaining to Refugees.- a. Internal sources.- b. International sources.- Treatment of Refugees.- Admission.- Non-expulsion (non-refoulement).- Exemption from reciprocity.- Exemption from exceptional measures.- Applicable law for determining refugee¿s personal status.- Naturalization.- Administrative assistance.- Travel.- a. Documents.- b. Travel for activities other than economic.- c. Travel for economic activities.- Other rights and protection.- Determination of the Refugee Status.- Termination of the Refugee Status.- a. Repatriation.- b. Migration.- c. Assimilation.- Dependents of the Refugee.- Refugee and Extradition.- Enforcement of Rights of Refugees.- International Machinery for Protection of Refugees.- Three Asylum from the Viewpoint of States.- Sub-Part A. Territorial Asylum.- VII. Rights and duties of states granting territorial asylum.- Right of States to Grant Territorial Asylum.- Duties of States Granting Territorial Asylum.- 1. Duty to control the activities of the person to whom asylum is given.- 2. Duty with respect to extradition.- 3. Duty with respect to non-refoulement.- VIII. The political offense.- Growth of the Notion of Political Offense.- Meaning of Political Offense.- 1. Act as part of an organized political activity.- 2. Act committed with predominantly political characteristics.- 3. Act justifying non-extradition in order to avoid political persecution.- The Problem of Mixed Offenses.- 1. The principle of predominant element.- 2. The principle of the attentat clause.- 3. The principle of the unqualified attentat clause.- 4. Murder.- 5. Anarchist offenses.- 6. Acts of communists.- 7. Brutality.- 8. Quislings, traitors, or collaborationists with the enemy.- 9. War criminals.- 10. Revolutionary activities.- 11. Offenses incident to flight from country.- 12. Murder and robbery.- 13. Robbery.- 14. Assault.- 15. Bombings.- 16. Bribery.- 17. Forgery.- 18. Genocide.- 19. Religious offenses.- 20. Terrorism.- 21. The Harvard Research approach.- Sub-Part B. Non-Territorial Asylum.- IX. The forms of non-territorial asylum.- X. Diplomatic asylum.- A. The Principle of Exterritoriality of the Diplomatic Premises as a Basis for Diplomatic Asylum.- B. Diplomatic Privileges as a Basis for Diplomatic Asylum.- C. International Custom as a Basis for Diplomatic Asylum.- 1. Practice of states in Europe.- 2. Practice of the United Kingdom.- 3. Practice of the United States of America.- 4. Practice of states in Asia and Africa.- 5. Practice of states in South and Central America.- Argentina.- Bolivia.- Brazil.- Chile.- Colombia.- Costa Rica.- Cuba.- Dominican Republic.- Ecuador.- El Salvador.- Guatemala.- Haiti.- Honduras.- Mexico.- Nicaragua.- Panama.- Paraguay.- Peru.- Uruguay.- Venezuela.- D. Usage as a Basis for Diplomatic Asylum.- E. Treaty as a Basis for Diplomatic Asylum.- 1. Treaty on international penal

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Asylum and International Law
89,99 € *
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I. Purpose of the inquiry.- One History of Asylum and Basis for Its Grant.- II. History of asylum.- Asylum in Sacred Places.- From Religious Sanctity to Sovereignty.- Later Developments: Political Asylum.- Later Developments: Diplomatic Asylum.- III. Basis for the grant of asylum.- A. Legal Basis.- 1. International law.- a. Territorial asylum.- b. Non-territorial asylum.- 2. National law.- B. Extra-Legal Basis.- Two Asylum from the Viewpoint of the Individual.- IV. The Individual¿s position in international law with respect to asylum.- a. The individual¿s international duties.- b. The individual¿s international rights.- c. The individual¿s right to petition before international organs.- d. The individual¿s procedural ability and amenability before international organs.- a. Views expressed recently by various governments on the nature of the right of asylum.- b. Provision of asylum in national constitutions and legislation.- c. Provision for non-extradition of political offenders in extradition treaties.- a. Surrender not in pursuance of extradition treaty.- b. Surrender in consequence of seizure on foreign territory by the officials of the state of origin.- c. Surrender in consequence of mistake.- V. Asylum as a human right.- VI. The international political refugee.- Who is an International Political Refugee?.- 1. Refugees specified.- 2. Refugee defined.- Refugeehood and Statelessness.- Sources of Law Pertaining to Refugees.- a. Internal sources.- b. International sources.- Treatment of Refugees.- Admission.- Non-expulsion (non-refoulement).- Exemption from reciprocity.- Exemption from exceptional measures.- Applicable law for determining refugee¿s personal status.- Naturalization.- Administrative assistance.- Travel.- a. Documents.- b. Travel for activities other than economic.- c. Travel for economic activities.- Other rights and protection.- Determination of the Refugee Status.- Termination of the Refugee Status.- a. Repatriation.- b. Migration.- c. Assimilation.- Dependents of the Refugee.- Refugee and Extradition.- Enforcement of Rights of Refugees.- International Machinery for Protection of Refugees.- Three Asylum from the Viewpoint of States.- Sub-Part A. Territorial Asylum.- VII. Rights and duties of states granting territorial asylum.- Right of States to Grant Territorial Asylum.- Duties of States Granting Territorial Asylum.- 1. Duty to control the activities of the person to whom asylum is given.- 2. Duty with respect to extradition.- 3. Duty with respect to non-refoulement.- VIII. The political offense.- Growth of the Notion of Political Offense.- Meaning of Political Offense.- 1. Act as part of an organized political activity.- 2. Act committed with predominantly political characteristics.- 3. Act justifying non-extradition in order to avoid political persecution.- The Problem of Mixed Offenses.- 1. The principle of predominant element.- 2. The principle of the attentat clause.- 3. The principle of the unqualified attentat clause.- 4. Murder.- 5. Anarchist offenses.- 6. Acts of communists.- 7. Brutality.- 8. Quislings, traitors, or collaborationists with the enemy.- 9. War criminals.- 10. Revolutionary activities.- 11. Offenses incident to flight from country.- 12. Murder and robbery.- 13. Robbery.- 14. Assault.- 15. Bombings.- 16. Bribery.- 17. Forgery.- 18. Genocide.- 19. Religious offenses.- 20. Terrorism.- 21. The Harvard Research approach.- Sub-Part B. Non-Territorial Asylum.- IX. The forms of non-territorial asylum.- X. Diplomatic asylum.- A. The Principle of Exterritoriality of the Diplomatic Premises as a Basis for Diplomatic Asylum.- B. Diplomatic Privileges as a Basis for Diplomatic Asylum.- C. International Custom as a Basis for Diplomatic Asylum.- 1. Practice of states in Europe.- 2. Practice of the United Kingdom.- 3. Practice of the United States of America.- 4. Practice of states in Asia and Africa.- 5. Practice of states in South and Central America.- Argentina.- Bolivia.- Brazil.- Chile.- Colombia.- Costa Rica.- Cuba.- Dominican Republic.- Ecuador.- El Salvador.- Guatemala.- Haiti.- Honduras.- Mexico.- Nicaragua.- Panama.- Paraguay.- Peru.- Uruguay.- Venezuela.- D. Usage as a Basis for Diplomatic Asylum.- E. Treaty as a Basis for Diplomatic Asylum.- 1. Treaty on international penal

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 07.08.2020
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