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the type of procedures which will apply to a case under the Civil Procedure Rules.
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'Validation and intelligence monitoring are currently being conducted by the military in coordination with local chief executives and the locals to track down the perpetrators and safely rescue the victims,' Wesmincom spokesperson Maj.
North Wales Police want to track down this woman in picture two with short brown hair and wearing a long black coat.
To mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the war CARE, now a major international aid organisation, wants to track down families or descendents so their stories can be recorded for future generations.
Meanwhile, 71-year-old north Wales resident Ron Williams asks for help in his lifelong quest to track down the estranged younger sister.
According by defence reports, army's 7 Gadhwal launched a massive hunt to track down the militant groups who were hiding in the forests since the last couple of days.
Scots businessmen turn Facebook into Scots businessmen turn Facebook into 'Tracebook' as they track down stolen van 'Tracebook' as they track down stolen van
Violators and Foreigners Follow-up section of Fujairah Police has conducted many organised crackdowns to track down and arrest illegal residents, after being tipped off about the presence of illegal residents in Dibba Fujairah.
Summary: Tunisian security operations under way to track down armed group that attacked police.
And now Peter Sullivan who received the photo wants to track down the true owner and he has uploaded it to Facebook in the hope it will be shared globally.
After this, we will try to track down the weapon used to kill Hussain."
The security forces had launched a manhunt to track down the thugs who laid an ambush and bumped their cars into a vehicle that was taking some Dry Dock detainees involved in security-related cases to court and helped them escape.
If Teesside is becoming a place where it is seen as easier to establish such illegal farms, then every effort should be made to track down those responsible, bring them before the courts and have them feel the full force of the law.