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A regional term for a drug financier who assumes little risk of arrest, as he or she operates at arm’s length from the retail aspect of the enterprise.
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He also pointed to the role of the different ministries and government entities at the political, economic and legal levels to address the repercussions of the siege.
For the second week of the Winter Siege event, "Call of Duty: WW2" will bring back the Gun Game mode for a limited time.
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana has said in an ambush interview at the House of Representatives that the siege would be over this month.
A siege is any attempt by an adversary to control access into and out of a town, neighborhood, or other terrain of strategic significance to achieve a military or political objective.
The summer of siege will reach its grand finale over the August Bank Holiday weekend with a two day live-action re-enactment of the siege in the Castle grounds on Sunday 28 and Monday 29 August.
The pro-government forces, who managed to end siege of the two towns in Northwestern Aleppo province were under the terrorists' missile and artillery attacks after the siege was removed.
Nous avons ajoute trois sieges regionaux, un pour chaque territoire, car autrement, il leur faudrait partager un siege regional.
The first shot was directed at hostages as they fled the scene a few hours after the siege started, but hit only the doorjamb.
Although this perspective adds significantly to existing research on the siege of Strasbourg, those looking for a complete and balanced account will have to consult other works in addition to this one.
The statement followed a strong censure of the siege by the UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Valerie Amos.
Jim Marshall, 42, of East Kilbride, Lanarkshire, risked his own life by living in Sarajevo and helping its people during the siege.
Secretary-General of the Arab League, Nabil al-Arabi, on Sunday criticized the UN report on the Israeli aggression against the freedom flotilla which was trying to break the siege on Gaza Strip last May.