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And between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm, Norwegian Aid Association will detonate useless ammunition at the vicinity of Talloussa, Dbel, Deir Qanoun Ras El-Ain and El-Bayadeh villages in the south.
The passengers reportedly were passing cellphones to each other, behavior deemed potentially threatening in light of UK authorities' contention that the transatlantic airline bombing plotters may have been planning to use phones to detonate explosives.
2 -- 3 -- color) Officers, far left, discuss traffic safety while a bomb disposal squad, left, prepares to detonate a pipe bomb found in landscaping beside the Antelope Valley Freeway on Tuesday.
Fortunately however, the device did not fully detonate.
You know that thing can go off at any time, that it is more likely to detonate than other types of ammunition.
The terrorist whose job it is to detonate the bomb needs to press the button at the precise moment the car door is adjacent to the bomb.
A BOMB squad was called to a beach in Gwynedd to detonate an explosive found by children.
The (male) defendant confessed to receiving an explosive device to detonate on a highway from a fugitive (one of the two suspects still at large).
One perhaps intended to drive around the block and detonate his vehicle after his partner had blown up his own car.
TERRORIST plotters planned to detonate suicide bombs in an attack that could have been bigger than the July 7 atrocities, a court heard.
NNA - 20/9/2012 - Army Command Guidance Directorate issued the following communiquA': "On 20/9/2012 between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm, Norwegian Aid Association will detonate useless ammunition at the vicinity of Yaroun, Shihine, Talloussa, Aita Al-Jabal villages in the south.
SpaceDev's hybrid rocket motors are non-toxic and do not detonate like solid or liquid rocket motors.