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Turkey, which has vowed to protect the rights of the pro-Ukraine Crimean Tatars, has criticized the forcible seizure of Crimea from Ukraine and its subsequent annexation but has no intention of joining the Western sanctions imposed on Russia in the wake of the Ukraine crisis.
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Sako blamed worsening security and religious extremism, and cited death threats against Christians and the forcible seizure of their property by armed gangs purporting to be members of powerful militias.
Ukrainian Side sees these actions as an act of annexation by Russia, which means forcible seizure of the territory of Ukraine.
How one can talk about forcible seizure of power and go unpunished in Kyrgyzstan," President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambaev interrogated during his address to the Court Reform Council on March 4.
In a statement, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon strongly condemned the forcible seizure of power in Mali.
UNITED NATIONS, April 5 (KUNA) -- Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon welcomed the Security Council's strong condemnation yesterday of the forcible seizure of power in Mali and its renewed call for the immediate restoration of constitutional rule in the country, his press office said in a statement.
Malema's accusations of land theft raises fear among white South African famers that what happened in Zimbabwe years ago could happen here - the large-scale forcible seizure of farm property from whites.
More than 400 people protested in the Chashma Sher area, seven kilometres off the provincial capital Pul-i-Khumri City, against what they called forcible seizure of their land.
40-year-old Zeng Qiangbao was convicted of rape, illegally imprisoning, robbery and forcible seizure, according to the verdict of the Intermediate People's Court of Wuhan, Central China's Hubei province, on Sunday.
Ben Kiernan's Cambodian essay reinforces a common theme in the book: forcible seizure of land and its bloody consequences leading to genocide.
As he implies, what rankles is not so much the forcible seizure of his cash but the wasteful way in which it is squandered.