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A spokesperson for Cleveland Police said: "Police were called to an altercation on Stanley Street at around 2.
She had an altercation with certain inmates and a CIW employee so she was temporarily placed in the mothers' ward.
Global Banking News-September 20, 2013--China strategies to attract 'big' investors lead to altercation between bankers(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
NNA - 12/05/2012 The Lebanese Armed Forces freed Saturday a man who was kidnapped from his home a week earlier, after an altercation with the culprits which led to the death of one of the kidnappers.
Allawi are baseless and we in the IS refuse to get into futile altercations.
What happened was a heated exchange and altercations between citizens defending the territorial integrity and separatists, the same source said.
Kevin Lavelle, 29, of Netherton, died five years ago after being knocked unconscious in an altercation in The Cricketer's Arms, in Banbury.
PAIDI O Se last night described the altercations at the end of the Tyrone-Kerry NFL game last Sunday as "handbags stuff".
Detective Inspector Brian Russell, of Redditch CID, said: "We believe there were two separate altercations outside the Blockbuster store, as a result of which the victim collapsed.
Student-conduct matters usually involve violations such as altercations, cheating or other ethical matters.
Over the past ten years the rates of inmate-staff altercations have tripled in some prisons.
A MAN was left needing hospital treatment for stab wounds following two altercations.