Expatriate is defined by the Oxford Dictionary as ‘A person who lives outside their native country.’ This definition is pretty much the same as immigrant and it is difficult to understand any logical demarcation between the two words
Zaid and his father Osama Abdul travelled to Spain last week after a Spanish football school offered Osama a job. Hungarian journalist Petra Laszlo tripped Osama as he ran across the Hungary-Serbia border with Zaid in his arms
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