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The advancing army soldiers met each other in a region between Harasta and Modira and laid siege on the strategic town of Douma, the main and the largest base of terrorists in Eastern Ghouta.
A British woman who has allegedly been involved in terrorism "many times before" was among the militants who laid siege to a Kenyan mall, the country's foreign minister has claimed.
Armed militia laid siege to Libya's Foreign Ministry, demanding the ouster of diplomats who held high-ranking positions in the Gaddafi regime.
Wolves then laid siege to the United goal and should have been awarded a penalty when Steven Taylor fouled Jamie O'Hara.
Substitute Vaz Te struck with three minutes of normal time to play and West Ham laid siege on the Watford goal throughout nine minutes of stoppage time following a nasty injury to Dale Bennett.
The atrocity was the first major attack on Mumbai since November 2008, when 10 militants laid siege to the city for 60 hours.
Reports said that the Lebanese Army laid siege of the Tyre area.
Angry fans laid siege to the match officials' changing room after the Tigers lost 22-20 at home to Catalans Dragons in June, actions the tribunal called "completely unacceptable".
Police laid siege to the embassy until Gaddafi persuaded the Iron Lady to let all the Libyans go.
The Seagulls had keeper Michael Kuipers to thank for keeping them in the game as he produced a string of fine saves to deny Adam Bolder, Vincent Pericard and Neil Harris as Millwall laid siege on the Brighton goal for much of the game.
South Bank laid siege to Stainsby's area for the last 15 minutes and Paul Barker made it 4-3 after fine work by Craig McKittrick, but Stainsby held on.
Ten gunmen laid siege to India's financial capital.