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Prosecutors said the Briton intentionally murdered his wife by striking her with the hammer following a heated and intense argument at the couple's house in Umm Suqeim.
Intentionally causing damage to protected computers and attempting to cause damage are each punishable by up to 10 years in prison, while attempting to access a protected computer without authorization is punishable by up to one year in prison, authorities said.
The defendant, who was outside his villa, reversed his car and intentionally crashed into my car.
We intend to file a bill that would penalize any person who maliciously creates or intentionally spread fake news in print, broadcast media or on the internet including social media websites," Villanueva said.
Based on its investigation of the facts and circumstances surrounding said fire loss, General Casualty reasonably concluded that said fire was intentionally set by or at the direction of Singh Liquor, its employees or agents with the intent to cause such loss," said the lawsuit, filed in U.
Neil Truelove, 36, who is also a licensed bouncer, had denied intentionally wounding Neil Brinley Jones, 23, in a late-night incident at Truelove's home at Gors y Byll, Llangwnadl, Gwynedd on June 15, 2014.
Police also suspect flammable material was used intentionally.
The March 24 crash of Germanwings flight 9525 killed all 150 passengers after 28-year-old German pilot Andreas Lubitz manually and intentionally drove the plane into the side of a mountain when he was left alone inside the cockpit by the captain who had to use the lavatory.
The central bank of Syria has said that it will not replace currency that has been intentionally defaced.
Ironically, men prefer higher-pitch females, but a woman will signal her interest in a man by intentionally dropping her voice, said Hughes.
Amidst much personal probing by show host Amro Al Laithi, special guest Rami Sabri spoke to the question we've all been wondering for awhile: is he intentionally trying to look like Amr Diab?
ISLAMABAD -- The Human Rights Commission has lashed out at Indian Army for killing a carpet weaver intentionally and knowingly and framing him in a manipulated case in 1994.