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run away

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to break loose and leave suddenly, as from confinement or from a difficult or threatening situation

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Yasin Mansoor Mohamed Farook, more commonly called Farooq Takla is a key member of the D-company, fled Mumbai after the 1993 Mumbai blast and is wanted on terrorism, murder and conspiracy charges.
Investigation officer Salman Shah told that neither he arrested accused nor fled from CIA imprisonment.
ROSE NATHIKE LOKONYEN, 23, SOUTH SUDAN, 800M She fled war in South Sudan when she was 10 and only discovered her talent for running during a school competition in a refugee camp in northern Kenya.
Around 14,000 Christian families have fled to Arbil and 150,000 children are suffering from lack of food and basic life needs.
Baghdad: Up to 10,000 people have fled a mostly Christian town in northern Iraq after it was shelled with mortars, former residents and the UN's refugee agency said on Friday.
Shebab gunmen have largely fled ahead of the AU advance, only to later stage guerrilla attacks.
Summary: Supporters of the Syrian government have created a Facebook page that they vow will expose people who have fled the country for comfort abroad, focusing their rage on the children of state officials.
Commander of the prison and five prisoners were wounded in the operation, while 30 others fled the prison after 12 hours of prisoners' and unknown gunmen controlling the prison.
30 ( ANI ): A former top official of a city in northeast China has fled the country with millions of dollars.
A man who fled a traffic stop in Eugene on Wednesday night remained on the loose late Thursday, police said.
The 23 were arrested and found to be in possession of a large sum in foreign currency as they tried to flee the country on January 14, the day Ben Ali and his wife fled into exile in Saudi Arabia following a weeks-long popular revolt.
Estimates have it that some 95,000 have crossed from Lybia into Tunisia during the last ten days, with 25,000 more fled to Egypt, and tens of thousands more flocking to flee.
In Dekwaneh, three masked men armed with Ak47 machine gun and pistol robbed at gun point a citizen of his wallet and identification papers and fled away to an unknown destination.
More journalists fled into exile from Iran in the past year than from any other country, the Committee to Protect Journalists reported last week.
The man allegedly stole cheques worth BD14,000 from an exporting company he works for and fled.