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VIOLENTLY, pleading. This word was formerly supposed to be necessary in an indictment, in order to charge a robbery from the person, but it has been holden unnecessary. 2 East, P. C. 784; 1 Chit. Cr. Law, *244. The words "feloniously and against the will," usually introduced in such indictments, seem to be sufficient. It is usual also to aver a putting in fear, though this does not seem to be requisite. Id.

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Furthermore, Markey pointed out, white perpetrators are eight times more likely to have their actions blamed on violent media when compared to other races and genders.
SO why are so many policy-makers inclined to blame violent video games for violence?
Children exposed to violent versions of the video game were more likely to engage in the dangerous behaviour of pulling the trigger at themselves or their partner than children exposed to the nonviolent version.
It includes an interactive workshops to understand how gender affects violent extremism.
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As observed in Search for Common Ground's "Transforming Violent Extremism: A Peacebuilder's Guide," by drawing from the last 20 years of experience in peace building, countering terrorism and preventing violent extremism, different actors have a clearer knowledge today of the importance of understanding the dynamics that foment violent extremism and the approaches that prevent those dynamics from giving rise to violent extremism.
He added that if aptly implemented, the prevention pillar of the counter terrorism strategy will address the drivers of violent Extremism.
'We see violent extremism as a wider social problem.
Jailed were: | Lewis Courtnell, 33, of Southend, found guilty of violent disorder.
Pakistan has incurred huge financial losses due to violent extremism - (nearly 106.9 billion US Dollars in 15 years - Economic Survey of Pakistan 2014-15).
It further addressed the drivers that spark radicalization and violent terrorism, and exchange of experience in the field of rehabilitation and social reintegration of children and youth who involved in violent terrorism acts.

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