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the practice of plundering in gangs

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The designer of the eyeBOX Who is also the founder of the startup : Aftertime Innovations says he created the gadget to address multiple issues National and Global, 1.Security and Banditry issues, 2.
Natembea said the government had mapped high-risk areas and deployed special police forces to stop banditry.
'We now have a place to gather,' said Indama, citing the importance of exchanging views and experiences with fellow ex-combatants as they learn the ropes of a life outside banditry.
They agreed on immediate reopening of several public schools that have not been operating due to banditry.Speaking during the reopening of Chesegon Trading Centre on the West Pokot and Elgeyo Marakwet border, which had been closed for over five years due to insecurity, the leaders read the resolutions after a seven-hour meeting.
But for the life of me, I cannot tolerate banditry," Duterte said.
Britain's accusations that Moscow was behind the poisoning of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal in England "border on banditry", Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was quoted as saying by RIA news agency on Sunday.
However, he pointed that some rebels in Jebel Marra area are now involved in "acts of banditry".
Zarif also accused the United States of "banditry" for seizing Iranian assets it has found.
On a busy day at the BHA, Ian Williams, representing himself, successfully appealed against the decision not to award Banditry victory in a handicap at Doncaster last month after he had been carried off his line by first-past-the-post Laurence.
That we are the same like the ones who represent us, the ones we criticize for banditry, the BDI and PDSH management, but it only depicts our collective result as voters", criticized Mehmeti.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) does not care about rights, freedoms or the rule of law and it has apparently adopted systematic banditry as its new style of governance.
Suhrob Kholov, 37, wanted in Tajikistan for banditry, was arrested on March 19 in Russia's Yekaterinburg on suspicion to involvement in armed attacks in Tajikistan, Sverdlovsk region authorities said.
The organisation's legal adviser Tarek Mahmoud said that the lawsuit is filed based on riots, banditry, disrupting transportation and incitement against the army and the military institution.
Mobile Banditry: East and Central European Itinerant Criminal Groups in the Netherlands