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Taher, however, must be given credit for having the courage to deal with such highly sensitive topics as blood feuds in Upper Egypt and Muslim-Coptic relations there.
It's time for Mayor James Hahn and his Police Commission to step up and determine the rights and wrongs in this blood feud and fix what's broken.
The other apparent blood feud in the case is between Calley and MGM head Frank Mancuso, his former boss.
The victims of a five-year-old blood feud that has spilled far beyond the mountain village on Crete.
They said the first incident occurred in Abakhel village wherein Muhammad Nazir was shot dead over old blood feud by accused persons including Mujibur Rehman and Saeed Khan.
Fearing that the incident would turn into a blood feud, Mehmet ypek's wife, Emine, took her seven children with her and moved next to the SE-rer family in Diyarbakyr, they were however unable to escape from tragedy.
Washington, October 25 ( ANI ): In a new study, researchers have investigated the genesis of vendettas - a blood feud in which the family of a murdered person seeks vengeance on the murderer or the murderer's family.
Deprived of his father during a family overland trek to California, and enmeshed in a blood feud engulfing post-Reconstruction Texas, Ringo earned his reputation as one of the deadliest gunfighters alive.
The Lyons crime clan led by Eddie Snr, 48, has been locked in a blood feud with a rival crime clan led by Jamie Daniel, 49.
This fascinating book (subtitled The Fateful Blood Feud Between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier) examines the nature and origins of that feud and it's fair to say Kram, not without reason, comes down heavily in favour of Smokin' Joe.
We are in a blood feud with a few extremists, and we have some support among the Islamic nations.
He also told police that the blood feud he his family had in the native Dattakhel (Miranshah) area had been settled.