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Boko Haram has increased attacks on schools, killing maiming, dozens of children as well as other grave violations as you all know this continues unfortunately in 2014.
THE former partner of killer gunman Raoul Moat was yesterday blamed for the death of an innocent man and the maiming of a police officer.
The best we can do is give reasonable notice--I'm with John Murtha on six months--that will let responsible Iraqis know that now is the time to get their act together, and that will defuse the anger of Iraqis who are killing and maiming our soldiers simply because they want us to go.
Kenneth Grindlay was placed on two years' probation for maiming the pet and throwing it back into its tank.
The new tools and the mandate that police can only chase dangerous felons come more than two years after a high-profile pursuit ended in the maiming of an Arleta infant.
And we would be absolute gold medal certs for wallbar hanging and maiming the opposition.
Heideman stated, "The filing of this Complaint will not only remind the world of the long standing and continuing terrorist activities of the government of Iran but is designed to hold them accountable for the murder and maiming of United States Marines stationed in Beirut on a peace keeping mission.
Young boys are frequently present at animal fights to gather bets from spectators, creating a generation of youths in our city who believe maiming and killing is the mark of a man.
Many of the deaths and maiming injuries suffered by our soldiers could have been avoided if this simple step had been taken.