In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The CIA provided lists of suspected communists for Ba'ath Party hit squads, who liquidated at least 800 people.
- Many of the victims of the Klan hit squads were abducted at gunpoint, and later killed.
- UK businesses that fail to adhere to data protection laws face criminal prosecution following the creation of a new hit squad.
- He was linked to a hit squad that murdered Iraqi dissenters in Europe.
- The army claims that its hit squads only operate behind enemy lines but the manner in which those arrested operated raises doubts.
- The unit will also be able to send hit squads into ‘failing’ police stations.
- This makes them an even softer target for the hit squads.
- He had hit squads going all over the place and he also arrested another former military president.
- It promoted a range of activities, including the direct action methods of the hit squads that targeted the police, the NCB and scabs.
- Informants of the US police are willing to testify that Rizzuto was part of a hit squad that took down three Mafia heads in Montreal.
- Mrs. Bhutto was run out of office in 1996 on charges of corruption, economic incompetence and the sanctioning of police hit squads.
- And for as long as there have been informers, there have been hit squads and assassins ready to liquidate them.
- It's that freedom of speech thing I'm always going on about in my brownshirt hit squad way.
- The targeting was far from professional and many of the victims of these government - backed hit squads were innocent civilians.
- It has ordered CIA hit squads to assassinate a foreign head of state.
- The agency, he said, had gone as far as establishing hit squads to carry out the assassination when the opportunity arose.
- But if it's a team, a hit squad, there will be others - there probably has been already.
- And if you don't kill us he will have a hit squad go after your family and there is no way we are going to let you kill us.
- ‘It's a hangover from being followed everywhere by hit squads,’ he says.
- For a 13 year-old, the kid has more gumption than most counter-terrorist hit squads.
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