severe damage

Related to severe damage: To take in, interspersion, blemished, took over, finalised

severe damage

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The telecommunication system faced severe damage and teams have been dispatched to carry out rescue activities in the area, he said.
"beoutQ is causing severe damage to the rights of CAF and all rights granted by contracts to its official broadcast partners, and first and foremost beIN Sports," CAF said.
The act has clearly violated the Articles 35(3) and 55(1) of Protocol 1 (Additional Protocol) of the Geneva Convention of August 12 - 1949 that prohibits warfare that may cause widespread, long term and severe damage to the natural environment.
LAHORE -- The use of desi and unregistered medicines recommended by untrained doctors and quacks are causing severe damage to the kidneys of youngsters, said Lahore General Hospital Urologist Dr Mohammad Nazeer.
said rains in the province would help to overcome the negative effects of the drought, regardless of causing severe damage to citizens' lives and property in various districts of Balochistan.
He said a post-mortem report stated that the victim died due to burns which caused severe damage to his internal organs.
2, 1968, a 7.3-magnitude earthquake struck Luzon, causing severe damage and deaths in Manila.
They confirmed no-one had been hurt but that there had been "severe damage" and "total roof collapse".
The army allegedly beat the duo, causing severe damage to Nasrulla's kidneys, while Manzoor's whereabouts are not known since then.
A magnitude 6.0 quake is considered strong and is capable of causing severe damage. -- REUTERS D.K.
The 34-year-old was arrested forarson afterafire broke out at an internet cafe in Paphos in the early hours of Wednesday, which caused severe damage but no injuries.

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