stun grenade

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stun grenade

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a nonlethal grenade which is used to disturb the senses of enemies by its loud noise and its bright light
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Atambayev's supporters prior to his arrest were moving to Bishkek, however, the law enforcement bodies managed to disperse the crowd using stun grenades. In the morning of August 9, the sanitary services held the clean-up works in Koi-Tash.
Forces heavily fired tear gas canisters and stun grenades toward the demonstrators, including Israeli peace and foreign activists, causing dozens of suffocation cases among them and setting fire to vast areas of land planted with olive trees.
Israeli soldiers fired stun grenades at demonstrators who were protesting near the village against Israeli settlements and apartheid wall, injuring an 12-year-old with the shrapnel of a stun grenade.
'Is using tear gas and stun grenades the appropriate retaliation to rock throwing and firecrackers?
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The Israeli army fired stun grenades and tear gas on Friday at hundreds of Palestinians who were trying to reach East Jerusalem through a military checkpoint East of Bethlehem to attend prayers at Al-Aqsa Mosque for the third Friday in the holy fast month of Ramadan.
Mayor of Tuqu' Tayseer Abu Farah said that the occupation troops and settlers, were stationed at the school's gate, as the soldiers fired bullets, tear gas canisters and stun grenades in an attempt to storm it.
Occupied Al-Quds, SANA - The Israeli occupation forces assaulted journalists and fired stun grenades and tear gas at them during their coverage of a demonstration in Salah al-Deen Street in Al-Quds (Jerusalem) in which participants were protesting against U.S.
Stun grenades emit a bright flash and loud bangs which momentarily blinds and deafens the target, making it easier for officers to apprehend them.
Nasreen in a statement in Srinagar said, "After wreaking havoc with Pellet guns and Pava shells, the occupation regime has unleashed havoc by firing 'stun grenades'.
Stun grenades are frequently used against protesters in the West Bank and within Israel.
Police use stun grenades in house siege A MAN was taken to hospital after a siege.
Police responded with stun grenades and bursts of tear gas to disperse the anarchists, who were split into two groups ae1/4" one of them mixed among a peaceful protest of about 10,000 people holding banners and the other inside Syntagma Square in front of parliament.