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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- Most of the kidnappings are by criminal groups that want a ransom, or sectarian groups that want to sow divisions.
- Those guns would have been destined to be used in murders, robberies or kidnappings.
- The threat to foreign contractors has escalated in the past month following a series of kidnappings and murders.
- There have been reports of recent attempted kidnappings, muggings and stabbings.
- The attack was only the second known kidnapping of foreign women since the wave of kidnappings began earlier this year.
- When police checked his computer it contained information about kidnappings, murder and the mutilation of bodies.
- We saw more murders and kidnappings than ever before, and violent crimes took a quantum leap.
- The threat of carjackings and kidnappings keeps people locked inside their houses.
- It is now one of the most dangerous parts of the country rife with crime, kidnappings and attacks.
- He said gang-related homicides and kidnappings continued to provide a serious challenge.
- He said too many kidnappings were taking place and the kidnappers were becoming richer at the end of the day.
- After hours of careful searches, the soldiers assisted by air surveillance found no evidence of any kidnappings or refugees at all.
- They have been behind many of the kidnappings of westerners in recent weeks.
- I refer to the state of crime, violence and kidnappings in our country.
- The nation never had so many murders, kidnappings and other serious crimes before in its history.
- If you know of anyone who might be involved with this string of kidnappings, please call your local police department immediately.
- The backlash could include bombings, kidnappings, plane hijackings and even beheadings.
- Smith was charged with three kidnappings, three robberies and three firearms offences relating to alleged incidents on the day.
- With all the murders, robberies and kidnappings, I have to wonder… where is the love?
- But the government tags the group as a gang of bandits that specializes in kidnappings.
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