state-sponsored terrorism

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terrorism practiced by a government against its own people or in support of international terrorism

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Omerta exposes state-sponsored terrorism and how it manipulates young minds.
That's why they are targeting us through sub-conventional threat and state-sponsored terrorism," he said, adding, "But they have failed on this account as well.
If subsection (g) paves a dedicated lane for all execution actions by victims of state-sponsored terrorism, then [section] 1610(a)(7) and (b)(3) serve no purpose at all.
They did so by capitalizing on existing controversy around Qatar's hosting of the World Cup, calling to 'Kick Terrorism out of Football' as A means of drawing attention to the threat facing Israel of state-sponsored terrorism.
New Delhi, Oct 4 ( ANI ): Asserting that state-sponsored terrorism from across the border cannot be accepted, President Pranab Mukherjee has said India wants peace with Pakistan but there can be no compromise with its own territorial integrity.
The US government is the source of the greatest state-sponsored terrorism and America is inevitably faced with the ugly side of this phenomenon as well," said Brigadier General Masud Jazayeri, the deputy chief of staff of the Iranian Armed Forces.
Siddiqui condemned the attacks as state-sponsored terrorism.
Iran itself has been the victim of state-sponsored terrorism, which has claimed the lives of thousands of innocent Iranian people", said Alireza Miryousefi, spokesman for Iran's UN mission.
WASHINGTON, May 30 (KUNA) -- The United State is facing an increasingly decentralized and geographically broader terrorist threat, according to a State Department report that showed an uptick in Iran's state-sponsored terrorism.
That state-sponsored terrorism should accompany its dissolution surprised no one with this knowledge.
government to put North Korea back on a list of state sponsors of terrorism, arguing the unresolved abduction issue means the ongoing act of state-sponsored terrorism by Pyongyang.
After a court found that the terrorism exception to sovereign immunity did not itself create a cause of action, (18) Congress passed the Civil Liability for Acts of State-Sponsored Terrorism (known as the "Flatow Amendment") (19) to clarify that a cause of action existed against the officials, employees, and agents of States whose sovereign immunity was abrogated pursuant to the exception.
Thirdly, international terrorism and state-sponsored terrorism in Africa, during and after the Cold War, are briefly discussed.
The parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee - which oversees the agencies - said the possibility of Iranian state-sponsored terrorism was now considered one of the main threats facing the UK.
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