bomb along


w>bomb along

vi (inf: = drive fast) → dahinrasen (inf)
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The complaint's counsels told the court that Mansha Bomb along with his sons Amir Mansha, Tariq Mansha, Faisal Mansha, Asim Mansha, and 4-5 unknown persons armed with firearms entered a plot of the complainant and extended life threats to him and took possession the plot illegally.
READ:Marines get warm welcome in Kalamansig, Sultan Kudarat The rebels first detonated a bomb along a road in Barangay Datu Ito Andong as the vehicle carrying the Marines passed by.
A soldier was slightly injured when suspected Moro militants set off an improvised bomb along the national highway in Datu Hofer, Maguindanao on Monday morning.
The police superintendent further said that Mansha Bomb along with his sons is accused of illegally grabbing land in Johar Town.
In the meantime, a number of SDF militants were killed or wounded in the explosion of a roadside bomb along a road between Raqqa city and the town of Tal Abyadh in Northern Raqqa, the sources said.
Following the discovery of the bomb along the security fence Sunday, Israeli tanks opened fire on an observation post operated by the Islamic Jihad terror group.
According to details, some terrorists planted 20-kilogram bomb along roadside.
"I then detonated the bomb along with my friends and we saw the policemen fall to the ground.
A remotely controlled bomb along the road exploded," Abidkadir Mohamed, a police officer told Al Jazeera.
A remotely controlled bomb along the road exploded," said Abidkadir Mohamed, a police officer at the scene.
In October last year, Secretary Of State Theresa Villiers was targeted with a parcel bomb along with PSNI Chief Constable Matt Baggott and the Public Prosecution Service in Derry.
As for riding on the pavement or cycle paths it is impossible to bomb along because we are too busy looking out for pieces of glass and cars which park on pavements and in cycle lanes.