Attacks

Some articles on attacks, attack:

2002 Gujarat Violence/2006 Revision - Post Godhra Violence - Attacks On Hindus
... Attacks on Hindus in Danilimda, Modasa, Himmatnagar, Bharuch, Sindhi Market, Bhanderi Pole, and other localities in the city of Ahmedabad in Gujarat were perpetrated by Muslim mobs ... were unable to go to work, fearing attacks ...
Zaki Ur Rehman Lakhvi - Involvement in November 2008 Mumbai Attacks
... planners behind the November 2008 Mumbai Attacks ... sum of Rs.150,000 for his participation in the attacks ... that any Pakistani citizen accused of involvement in the attack would be tried in Pakistan ...
East Turkestan Islamic Movement - Attacks
... Chinese nationals in Pakistani Balochistan and sent a videotape of the attack to Beijing, in retaliation for an execution of an ETIM official earlier that July ... ETIM also took credit for a spate of attacks before the 2008 Summer Olympics, including a series of bus bombings in Kunming, an attempted plane hijacking in Urumqi, and an attack on paramilitary ...
2006 Israel–Gaza Conflict Casualties Timeline - History - 2010 Events
... Two tunnels were blown up and rendered useless after the attacks and two Palestinian militants were injured ... The attacks were called on after rocket and mortar fire from Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip ... The militants had previously launched attacks into Israel, and it appeared the early warning system for such attacks, installed after the Gaza War, did not go off ...
Wind - Role in The Natural World - Effect On Animals
... Cockroaches use slight winds that precede the attacks of potential predators, such as toads, to survive their encounters ... Their cerci are very sensitive to the wind, and help them survive half of their attacks ... to increase their foraging and aerial attacks on thick-billed murres ...

Famous quotes containing the word attacks:

    The gray glaze of the past attacks all know-how....
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)

    Literature is a defense against the attacks of life. It says to life: “You can’t deceive me. I know your habits, foresee and enjoy watching all your reactions, and steal your secret by involving you in cunning obstructions that halt your normal flow.”
    Cesare Pavese (1908–1950)

    There exists, at the bottom of all abasement and misfortune, a last extreme which rebels and joins battle with the forces of law and respectability in a desperate struggle, waged partly by cunning and partly by violence, at once sick and ferocious, in which it attacks the prevailing social order with the pin-pricks of vice and the hammer-blows of crime.
    Victor Hugo (1802–1885)