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The Israeli settlers further sprayed pepper spray in Abu Haykal's face, causing him excessive suffocation.
They provide optimal air-flow, there is no suffocation risk and parents are getting comfort and protection that many infants need and crave for their sleep environment.
Principal alongwith two labours were busy in cleaning a well in the school when both principal Zubair and labour Mehtab were killed due to suffocation in the well.
Parents must be aware that the practice is very dangerous, as the sweltering temperature would decrease the oxygen level, causing poisonous gases to leak from the plastic, leather and sponge seats of the cars -- causing suffocation to children.
A group of Israeli settlers on Friday attacked some Palestinian citizens vehicles and smashed its windows glass south of Jenin while many Palestinian citizens suffered from gas suffocation during the clashes with the Israeli soldiers in Al-Aqra village near the city.
QUETTA -- Eleven people died of suffocation in a house in the Kali Karbala area of Balochistan's Pishin district on Thursday.
THREE people died due to suffocation in a servant quarter situated inside the premises of a businessman's house in Hauz Khas Enclave on Sunday.
Local sources report that dozens of civilians suffering from suffocation were taken to healthcare centers in Atman after the bombardment.
According to eyewitnesses, fierce clashes erupted at the entrance of Al-Ram town north east of Jerusalem,where eight local citizens were injured and dozens suffered from suffocation.
Quatre agents d'entretien ont peri par suffocation vendredi dernier dans une station d'eaux usees a Hassi Messaoud (Ouargla), a-t-on appris des services de la Protection civile.
DERA GHAZI KHAN -- A bride and her two sisters-in-law died of suffocation from smoke of a generator while the groom was shifted to hospital in a critical condition on Sunday.
According to the BBC, state TV said the jihadist Nusra Front group launched the attack on Kafr Zita in Hama province, but opposition groups quoted doctors as saying that an attack by regime planes led to suffocation and poisoning, the BBC reports.