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The abduction of 20 women in northern Nigeria, close to the town from where about 276 schoolgirls were kidnapped in April this year, once again highlights the remorseless agenda of the terrorist group Boko Haram.
The search will take Mel on a journey through a labyrinth of diabolical past memories and remorseless present-day evidence, leading him to a rogue Nazi scientist and a relic of unimaginable power, hidden somewhere within the cornfields of Iowa.
Pellegrini has said that Toure, who has charged City towards the Premier League title this season with his remorseless displays in midfield, would be a worthy winner of the coveted PFA and Football Writers' awards this season.
A 'SELFISH, remorseless paedophile' who groomed and abused two young girls has been jailed for 18 years and put on the Sex Offender Register for life on Friday.
A REMORSELESS killer who stabbed a man to death wearing nothing but a bath towel is beginning a 12-year jail term.
10 -- Jaish-e-Mohammad militant Afzal Guru, who was hanged on Saturday for his role in the deadly terror attack on Parliament in 2001, was remorseless when he was taken to the gallows in the morning.
I am a big admirer of last year's World Hurdle third Smad Place but just wonder whether he will handle today's heavy ground as well as Trustan Times, who is progressive and looks an utterly remorseless stayer.
Like the budding serial killer in the novel and film We Need To Talk About Kevin, they are liable to lie, cheat, manipulate and commit acts of remorseless cruelty.
The result," she added, "has been a devastatingly remorseless toll of
They must have disappeared into the long grass - and they were certainly people who have never known the remorseless grind of being away from home for months on end.
Chief of Turkish General Staff, General Ilker Basbug, said it would be remorseless to claim that the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) planned to bomb a mosque when the TSK happened to be an army that ordered its soldiers to loudly say "Allah, Allah" (God, God).
The 168 British heroes who have died so far in this remorseless conflict are more than just numbers.