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Residents have accused government officials of colluding with criminals and leasing government land irregularly .
The British Government is colluding with this military campaign and that includes the disastrous humanitarian effects of the aerial operations.
Kabul [Afghanistan], Nov 11 ( ANI ): Former president of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai has accused the United States of colluding with ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) in his country.
Our goal is to make it increasingly harder for malicious apps to gain a foothold on our personal devices, developing smarter tools and techniques to detect colluding mobile apps.
The MP said: "Today, Twitter is colluding with my abusers; tomorrow it will do the same.
I have a long reputation of colluding with people over the last five or six years, and I always pay, so they can be happy they don't have a risk with me in that regard.
Dubey had accused Jet of colluding with senior officials of the civil aviation ministry which will cause loss of ` 500 crore to the national exchequer.
He stood accused of colluding with others against the state, but no "others" were ever named.
If pubcos have been colluding to artificially increase prices, that would be a clear abuse of the market.
But Ms Harman says Labour should focus on exposing the Lib Dems for colluding with the Tories, saying: "There will be no cosy deals behind closed doors.
KAREN Matthews has been released halfway through the eight-year sentence she got for colluding in her nine-year-old daughter Shannon's kidnap.
The warning was echoed at the close of the Liverpool conference yesterday, when Labour's deputy leader, Harriet Harman, claimed the shake-up was designed to "help the Tories win", adding: "The Lib-Dems - to their eternal shame - are colluding.