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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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According to the details issued here by Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Sunday out of the 546 finalized cases, 310 terrorists were awarded death penalty while 234 were awarded rigorous imprisonment of varied duration, ranging from life imprisonment to a minimum duration of five years.
Terrorists' attack at Safora Goth Karachi, May 2015
Terrorist prisoners who spent between 1 to 5 years in prison are entitled to "unemployment benefits" for a period comparable to the time spent in prison.
Army units, supported by Syrian Air Force and army's artillery, thwarted terrorist infiltration attempts on a number of military checkpoints on the axes of the academy to the southwest of Aleppo, killing many terrorists and destroying tens of armored vehicles.
The army also destroyed a convoy of terrorists' vehicles that was en route to support the terrorist groups near Khan al-Assal, and an armored vehicle rigged with explosives was destroyed at the city's Western entrance.
Crenshaw (1991) discusses the life span of terrorist organizations and attempts to explain how terrorism declines.
Earlier, a woman thrashed a terrorist inside the police station at Bhaderwah.
Pirated software constitutes a tremendous source of funds for transnational criminal syndicates, as well as terrorist groups.
"After September the 11th, I vowed to the American people that our government would do everything within the law to protect them against another terrorist attack....
The Long Island Rail Road's extensive network of stations are extremely vulnerable to terrorist attacks, Newsday reports.
Some were gunned down by the terrorists while they tried to free after explosives were set off in the school; others were killed in the ensuing shootout between the terrorists and Russian security forces.
He has not clearly challenged the fundamental premise of the Bush Administration: that the massive violence of war is the proper response to the kind of terrorist attack that took place on September 11, 2001.

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