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Police sealed off part of Smithdown Road, Wavertree, last night
Policemen and army forces sealed off the main road in Nezal and al-Shuahadaa neighborhoods and parts of al-Senaai (industrial) region," he noted.
The junctionof YewTreeRiseandLangley Heath Drive in Walmley, Sutton Coldfield, was sealed off yesterday and police were examining the area.
armed cop Pictures: CHRIS NEILL; Street is sealed off as police try to coax man out
Since the start of the Palestinian intifada or uprising in September 2000, the West Bank has been practically sealed off, leading to rising unemployment and other economic problems in the territory.
Yesterday former miner John Dawson of Stakeford, who went to the scene after his daughter Amanda and her 10-month-old baby were evacuated from their home in Dene Road, said: "The road was sealed off and a bomb disposal team, complete with a robot, arrived.
A spokesman for the Department of Agriculture said the farm was being sealed off as a matter of precaution.
It is now home to his eldest son Eugene who was said to be attending a family meeting in Paris as the house was sealed off.
Paparazzi record actions - invasions, sightings - that are entirely sealed off by the image thus produced: the paparazzo picture doesn't parasitically render a something else, philosophically outside the frame of what the picture can hold and prove.
The evacuation could not have come at a worse time for Burbank resident Stephanie Peters, who had to delay plans to leave on her vacation because police had sealed off access to the building's garage.
When working in the apartment in an area less than 6 feet out from the wall, the floor and rest of the room must be sealed off with two layers of six-mil plastic and taped down with waterproof tape - the state regs specify 'duct' tape.
A MAN is being questioned after a bomb scare resulted in parts of Birmingham being sealed off.