bandit


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BANDIT. A man outlawed; one who is said to be under ban.

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BERWICK BANDITS 52 BIRMINGHAM BRUMMIES 38 FOR the fourth time in eight days the Berwick Bandits came to the tapes for Championship points, this time at home to the Birmingham Brummies.
Colonel Gerry Besana, the public affairs officer of the Western Mindanao Command (Westmincom), said soldiers belonging to the 32rd Infantry Battalion clashed with a big number of bandits numbering around 100, under the leadership of Abu Sayyaf chief Radulan Sahiron.
LAHORE -- Three traders thwarted a robbery attempt as they fought back and killed an armed bandit in Sundar police precincts on early Thursday.
DADU -- Police claimed to have killed a notorious bandit in an alleged encounter near Khairpur Nathan Shah during wee hours on Saturday.
VETS in Coventry saved threelegged border collie Bandit after he got into a compost bin and ate poisonous waste.
TomTom (TOM2) today announces the availability of its TomTom Bandit Action Camera Software Development Kit (SDK).
Heather Sharpe was left distraught when Bandit - a rare Mexican hairless - ran off when a door was left open.
CHAMAN -- One bandit was killed and another injured while personnel of a Levies Force also sustained injuries in a shootout on Roghani road, here on Wednesday evening.
Anthony McCartney, from Newcastle, was travelling in a cart along the busy road on Bank Holiday Monday when his horse, Bandit, became unwell.
LAKKI MARWAT -- A bandit was killed when his accomplices opened firing during a bike snatching attempt near Naurang town on the night between Wednesday and Thursday.
THE search goes on for missing dog Bandit who has not been seen for six weeks.
KARACHI, July 25 -- A bandit was killed after a brief encounter with the police in Liaquatabad on Saturday.