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Russia will take retaliatory measures against the UK shortly, he added.
In retaliatory firing, one terrorist, identified as Shahid Ahmad Dar, was killed and found in possession of a weapon.
measures to strengthen trade barriers are not in violation of World Trade Organization rules, and we should actively consider corresponding retaliatory measures.
The reports from across the LoC revealed that the Indian troops suffered heavy losses due to retaliatory fire by Pakistani troops.
BEIRUT: An alleged retaliatory crime left one man dead in the Baabda district village of Ras al-Metn Thursday morning.
The ruling values Canadas retaliatory tariffs at more than $1 billion CAD.
The murderer is the aggressor: the agent who initiates physical force and thus necessitates retaliatory force.
The UN's human rights body on Tuesday accused Malian soldiers of carrying out retaliatory attacks that appeared to target specific ethnic groups, and demanded that Mali investigate and bring the perpetrators to justice.
In the event the United States does not come into compliance or find resolution to the COOL dispute, the report's findings that the current annual rate of damage accumulation is almost $500 million can be used to estimate retaliatory tariffs on U.
Japan does not think the 1974 cease-fire agreement between Israel and Syria was violated in the aftermath of Israeli forces' recent retaliatory attacks against Syria in the Golan Heights, Defense Minister Satoshi Morimoto said Tuesday.
HACIPASA, Turkey (TAP) - The Turkish military launched a retaliatory strike on Syria on Monday after a mortar bomb fired from Syrian soil landed in countryside in Turkey's southern province of Hatay, a Turkish state official said.
Summary: MOSCOW - Countries opposed to an EU law forcing the world's airlines to pay for greenhouse gas emissions agreed on a basket of retaliatory measures, adding to a series of threats that have raised the prospect of the globe's first carbon trade war.