grievous harm

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Prosecutor Monica Nyakiba said Juma and Sichei will face charges of murder, robbery with violence, rape ,malicious destruction of property and causing grievous harm.
The witness also confirmed the other man with the deceased had been arrested by the police on suspicion of burglary with intent to cause grievous harm and that witnesses had told the police that the deceased had "made a threat to kill anyone who went to the police" as he left the Grafton Street home of the defendants.
Two days later, Chief Magistrate Grace Ngenye found Oliacha guilty of being a member of a terror group, engaging in organised crime and inflicting grievous harm and sentenced him to life in jail.
Iran continues to perpetuate the cycle of violence in the region, causing grievous harm to civilian populations.
Section 55(1)(d) of the Penal Code also justifies spousal abuse, providing that "Nothing is an offence, which does not amount to the infliction of grievous harm upon any person and which is done by a husband for the purpose of correcting his wife.
It continues to develop more capable ballistic missiles and intelligence capabilities, and it undertakes malicious cyber activities - Iran continues to perpetuate the cycle of violence in the region, causing grievous harm to civilian populations.
According to the report, the destruction of the IT infrastructure of banking and financial organisations during the final stages of a targeted attack by financially-motivated cybercriminals and state-sponsored hackers will cause the most grievous harm.
Before that, three-year wounding threats seven wounding intent grievous harm.
Section 55(l)(d) of the Penal Code also justifies spousal abuse, providing that "Nothing is an offence, which does not amount to the infliction of grievous harm upon any person and which is done by a husband for the purpose of correcting his wife.
Alliston, then aged 18, is on trial at the Old Bailey charged with manslaughter and causing grievous harm by wanton and furious driving under the 1861 Offences Against the Person Act.
But now, with militants making their way out of Lebanon and into Syria, we have the opportunity to reverse the grievous harm that the town has been subjected to.
There could hardly be a clearer threat to world peace, more demanding of a unified response, than the activities of one member of the United Nations, North Korea, breaking its Treaty obligations, ignoring the will of this Council, and making blood-curdling threats to inflict grievous harm on peoples of other countries.