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a team of assassins

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We have to accept that we have hit squads and sleeper cells in Germany.
The hit squads will target Hackney, Newham and Tower Hamlets in London, as well as Bristol, Plymouth, Nottingham, Leicester and Derby.
Dear Editor, Ian Wood wishes the whole city had access to a litter hit squad ( Post Letters, March 28) - but they do.
Coun James Hutchings and I met the hit squad in Metchley Park Road and showed them the rubbish we wanted cleared.
THE Royal Liverpool hospital has called in an MRSA hit squad, after regional health managers branded it one of the worst in the north west for the spread of the bug.
Otherwise, items will be placed in the whee lie bins, the very thing the hit squads are seeking to avoid.
In particular, he wants Chisholm to be able to send in hit squads to hospitals that fail to meet cleanliness standards policed by the new watchdog NHS Quality Improvement Scotland.
churchwomen or the six Jesuits, their housekeeper and her daughter, all gunned down by the military and right-wing hit squads for their advocacy for the poor.
Now you can chat up specific characters to get the skinny on dirty cops, take down two additional revised compounds of rival Families, execute five new contract hits, and call in larger Corleone Hit Squads when the going gets tough.
Ms Hewitt is to send the hit squads into 18 hospitals across the country to take direct control of finances.
Defending her decision to send in the hit squads, she said: "Improving financial management does not mean compromising services for patients.
ENOUGH sofas, fridges, carpets and building material to fill 744 skips have been collected by New Heartlands environmental hit squads.
Sergeant Allen Evans, who heads one of the hit squads, said: "We are doing this at a time of year when people need to see more police on the streets - especially when they probably carry more cash around with them to do Christmas shopping.
Hit squads will be sent into trusts that do not shape up.
IRAQI dictator Saddam Hussein uses hit squads of seductive female agents to kill his opponents abroad, the Foreign Office claimed last night.