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The source told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / today that the security forces formed a team to hunt down a militant cell linked to the IS appeared recently in western Baquba areas and use weapons with silencers to target the security forces through carrying out assassination operations and, most recently targeting two policemen yesterday evening.
Nisar Ali Khan to immediately coordinate through federal and provincial law enforcement and intelligence agencies to hunt down the terrorists responsible for Mach carnage and assassination of Army and Police officers in Chilas.
S President Obama announced that Osama Bin Laden has officially been killed by the US forces last night in a small speech about that big operation , the most expensive operation to hunt down one person in history I suppose
Valley of the Wolves -- Palestine" is about a Turkish undercover agent who sets out to hunt down Israelis responsible for the killing of nine activists who died in the real-life attack in May.
According to its website: "You play a highly trained soldier, your mission [is] to hunt down and topple Ahmadi-nejad's regime of terror
It is not what my club is about and we will hunt down people like this.
THE officers who hunt down internet perverts such as Timothy Kirby are part of South Wales Police's Public Protection Unit.
Many years later, Mephistopheles comes to collect his debt and Johnny (now played by Cage) is transformed into the Ghost Rider ( the Devil's bounty hunter, sent to hunt down anyone who escapes from Hell.
The rider's the Devil's bounty hunter, sent to hunt down anyone who escapes from Hell," explains the Caretaker, who becomes a mentor to Johnny.
CABO SAN LUCAS, MEXICO -- The Thrasher icon known as Skategoat was forced to hunt down and kill the "mythological" Latin American monster Chupacabra after being repeatedly stalked by the beast while on a Mexico vacation.
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, September 2004: In this sequel to the wonderful British fantasy Mortal Engines (an ALA Best Book for YAs: reviewed in KLIATT in November 2003), set in a post-apocalyptic future in which cities travel on great tractor treads and hunt down other towns, our heroes Tom and Hester find themselves passengers on the city of Anchorage, heading across the ice to the rumored green wilderness of America.
1 -- color) Shoppers buzz around the Westfield Shoppingtown Topanga mall Monday, hoping to hunt down post-Christmas deals.