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The body of one of the violators of the state border was revealed and 32 kilograms of raw opium were seized at the scene of the skirmish.
It should be noted that of the 350 battles, sieges and skirmishes of the 17th century recorded from England on the Battlefield Trust's database of Fields of Conflict, a significant number remain unlocated while many more skirmish sites are not yet incorporated into this or any other record," he says.
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The skirmish lasted for three minutes before the rebels withdrew.
The Collapse of Price's Raid meticulously examines the entire chain of events, skirmish by skirmish, from both military and historical perspectives.
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The camps will be open to visitors from 10am to 5pm and it will be up to the public to decide who will win the skirmish having heard both sides of the story.
The Skirmish tactical hydration pack utilizes a 100-ounce.
Two drug traffickers were killed in a skirmish on the Tajik-Afghan border in Khatlon region.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- At least eight Azerbaijani soldiers have been killed by Armenian forces in a bloody skirmish that erupted at the border between Azerbaijan and Armenia involved in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, which remains unresolved after more than two decades.
On if there was a possibility of a skirmish with China and Pakistan, he said there was no such possibility with China, saying, "I do not foresee this as we have got robust mechanisms which are in place.
RELIEF DISTRIBUTION - Some of residents displaced in armed skirmish between two groups in their villages in Matalam, North Cotabato are screened by a social welfare worker prior to their receipt of relief foods, which included five kilos of rice, two cans of sardines, two packs of noodles and detergent soap each, at a recent distribution rite near their refuge shelters.