suspectedly

suspectedly

(səˈspɛktɪdlɪ)
adv
so as to arouse suspicion
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Dubai: The 32 Filipino crew members of the two tankers that were suspectedly attacked in the Gulf of Oman on Thursday who are now in the UAE are safe and unharmed, the Philippine envoy said.
Zakaria Mubarak (r), brother of Zaki Mubarak the Palestinian suspectedly killed by Turkish authorities, while receiving the body in Cairo International Airport.
Anand suspectedly had drinking problems and was living alone as his wife lives in Moscow, the police added.
'My cow was killed in a radius of just 200 meters from the house couple of weeks back suspectedly by a leopard as the villagers have seen it moving with a pair of cubs nearby our habitations ' said Zakir Hussain a local.
On Tuesday, Duterte said he would reward police officers who would be able to kill their colleagues who are suspectedly involved in illegal drug activities.
The Gazette reported earlier this year how seven people died after suspectedly taking low-grade heroin.
'As of this time, so far wala naman tayong nakukuhang threat, although we are monitoring all these critical areas, 'yung mga enclaves na sinasabi rin natin 'no at we are monitoring some groups who are actually present here in Metro Manila, who are Balik Islam and other former members of the ABB, who suspectedly nag-Balik Islam,' Albayalde said.
Burqas are not common among Bulgarian Muslims, but other types of sartorial hijab (a garment covering the face) have gained some popularity in Pazardzhik, in southern Bulgaria, where some Muslim families have been exposed to radicalization, suspectedly with the use of money channeled through foundations with ties to Saudi Arabia.
West Midlands Police were able to track down a pair of alleged thieves after the owner of a large number of suspectedly stolen goods were spotted on the online sale site.
OnePalestinian man has been shot by Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Sunday for suspectedly ramming car into a group of soldiers near the settlement of Beit Horon, occupied Jerusalem.
There are close to 2,000 retired and serving officers who are under the scanner of security agencies for suspectedly passing information for money or through honey trap.
Some engineers at the ESA are also mooting a third option - somehow using Philae's moving parts to "hop" out of the cliff's shadow - though, given how we know almost nothing about the lander's current location or orientation, suspectedly that'll be a last resort.