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Workers from the AK Party-run Gebze municipality uprooted seven trees in the area where the rally which will be attended by Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoy-lu, who is also the chairman of the AK Party.
In a fantasy genre dominated by series whose plots are then stretched even further to cover two or three more movies to eke out every last Hollywood dollar (See Hobbit 26: Bilbo Does the Dishes), Uprooted is downright succinct.
An OCHA monthly report issued on February 2015 revealed that, During January, Israeli settlers reportedly uprooted or vandalized around 5,600 trees in seven incidents across the West Bank.
The head of the wall and settlement resistance committee in the town, Ahmad al-Halayqa, said in a press statement that the settlers stormed Palestinian lands in the Allowasli area's eastern Shuyoukh and uprooted the saplings, adding that this is the fourth time that settlers have vandalized and uprooted olive saplings in the area in order to expand the settlement area east of the town.
Youth activist and media person, Ahmed Halayka, said that settlers broke into the lands of Shyoukh village, uprooted and stole the trees, saying that this was the fourth time of repeating such violations.
UNHCR was set up in 1951 to help the estimated 1 million people still uprooted after World War II to return home.
Uprooted, reportedly follows Agnieszka, who lives in a quiet village bordered by a corrupted wood full of malevolent power.
The fire service attended 13 weather-related incidents between Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning, after howling gales uprooted trees and damaged structures.
A spokeswoman from Greater Manchester Fire Service said: "Fire crews were called after a tree uprooted and had fallen outside a pub.
According to Mohammad Abu Hijlah, member of the Board of Dier Estia Municipality, occupation bulldozers have uprooted at least 1,000 olive trees in the area, the youngest of which was planted more than five years ago.
Since 1967, 800,000 olive trees have been uprooted in the occupied West Bank, resulting in a loss of around $55 million to the Palestinian economy, according to a report by the PA ministry and the Applied Research Institute Jerusalem.
The dust storm was so intense that it uprooted the trees and publicity poles.