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As defined by the US FBI, 'the unlawful use of force against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population or any segment thereof, in the furtherance of political or social objectives'
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Last night Seaham Councillor Eric Watson said: "People have been put off coming forward in the past because of fear and intimidation, but hopefully these new measures will give people the confidence to tell the police about young people who are terrorising them.
Party urges EC to ask Yogi to stop terrorising Muslims
The US is still terrorising Afghanistan, increasing Al Qaeda cells.
The 18-year-old has a history of terrorising people in his home town Skelmersdale.
THE problems caused by youths with fireworks terrorising communities are to be examined by Cardiff councillors.
Kelly is an associate of the Berkeley twins, Marvin and Michael, who are also subject to anti-social orders for terrorising Fallowfield as part of a gang.
JOHN O'SHEA is backing Aiden McGeady to keep terrorising defences during Ireland''s Euro 2012 campaign.
Outside court, Webster apologised for terrorising his victims.
IGNORED Fiona Pilkington ABUSIVE Josh was convicted of terrorising gran INTIMIDATING Anthony, 17, swigs on a beer bottle
Summary: An aggressive bird has been terrorising San Francisco in scenes reminiscent of the famous Hitchcock thriller.