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A mere 6 kilometers of flat unpopulated stony terrain separates the Hezbollah-dominated Hermel area, bordered to the east by the Orontes river, from the mainly Sunni Masharih al-Q district where opposition rebels can be found.
The tests are limited to airspace over unpopulated areas.
Only about 10 per cent of reserves are in unpopulated areas suitable for extraction - but even this could be worth PS150billion.
0700 GMT), after it traveled east some 35 miles across Israel's southern Negev desert, the drone was shot down above a forest in an unpopulated area near the border with the occupied West Bank, she said.
Sultan Mahmoud Dauran, said low-quality edibles recovered from the bazaar were torched in an unpopulated area outside the city on Saturday.
Perhaps the highest compliment one can pay it is that it looks like it's more than capable of doing battle with the Volkswagen Scirocco which seems to have had it all its own way in a comparatively unpopulated part of the market for a long time now.
The streams bring it to them as they flow through an environment that is largely an unpopulated area free of pollution from human or industrial waste.
inflight, while another exploded in an unpopulated area in Ashkelon," according to a police spokesman.
William and Kate were welcomed to Yellowknife by Aboriginal peoples from the Northwest Territories - one of the Commonwealth nation's most remote and unpopulated regions.
Afghan Forces keeping their course of violating Pakistani borderline fired four mortar shells from Paktia province located near border which fell in unpopulated area.
The fires are contained to the unpopulated areas of the country, but have so far consumed 116,000 hectares (450 square miles) of forest and peat bogs.
Marine Corps' Futenma Air Station from a residential area to an unpopulated coastal area within Okinawa, but the plan has made little progress amid local opposition.