briefcase bomb


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a bomb consisting of an explosive and timer hidden inside a briefcase

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The sermon was part of the anniversary events honouring Col Claus von Stauffenberg and other high-ranking soldiers executed in Berlin after Hitler survived the briefcase bomb placed by Stauffenberg on July 20, 1944.
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The police action came days after a high-intensity briefcase bomb exploded outside the Delhi High Court on September 7, killing at least 14 people and injuring 88 others, making it the deadliest attack in India in almost two months.
THE last of the German army plotters who narrowly failed to kill Hitler in 1944 with a briefcase bomb has died at 90.
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A high intensity briefcase bomb ripped through the crowded reception area outside the Delhi High Court on Wednesday.
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Stauffenberg planted a briefcase bomb under a table near Hitler in his Wolf's Lair.
Its front page carries an alarming photograph of a briefcase bomb with vials of chemicals wired to a cell- phone device "just like the kind city cops are on the lookout for under the latest terror alert".
Nine days later, 21-year-old IRA man Edward O'Brien blew himself up and wounded nine people when his briefcase bomb detonated on a bus in the West End.
It's thought the briefcase bomb was meant to devastate the capital's Royal Courts of Justice.
The chemical is said to have been developed by Cold War Soviet scientists for small nuclear devices, known as briefcase bombs.
Referring to the showdown with Iraq as a crisis, Clinton in Sacramento painted a picture of a future in which people like Saddam - left unchecked - could use poison gas and briefcase bombs to terrorize civilians in subways and office buildings.