pillage


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to rob of goods by force, especially in time of war

goods or property seized unlawfully, especially by a victor in wartime

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Le Haut-Commissariat de la Zambie a Pretoria a demande a ses ressortissants vivant en Afrique du Sud de prendre des mesures de precaution supplementaires pour leur securite face aux attaques generalisees et aux pillages visant principalement les entreprises etrangeres.
Selon un communique de la wilaya de la region Laayoune-Sakia-El Hamra, [beaucoup moins que]des la fin du match, un groupe d'individus incites par des parties ennemies a exploite le climat de celebrations spontanees par les citoyens pour commettre des actes de sabotage et de pillage, notamment sur l'avenue principale de la ville de Laayoune, ou une agence bancaire a ete incendiee[beaucoup plus grand que].
"People would say, 'Please don't pillage me', and I would tell them, "No, I am pillaging everyone - you included."
Le pitch se veut une reflexion sur l'identite culturelle de l'Egypte, a travers le pillage de biens immateriels.
FEARLESS martial arts expert Tony Pillage has won an army of fans in his inspiring battle against cancer and has been crowned our Local Hero.
Therefore, it is the responsibility of media to educate protestors as blockades of roads and resorting to arson and pillage will cause severe incontinence to public, patients, businessmen, students and lead to nuisance in the society.
Not unlike surfing your way to the pillage cool crap into space and shred the threads of existence.
A 24-hour strike by Greek civil servants, scheduled to take place in Athens Wednesday, is a message to the Greek government and its international lenders that the new bailout deal is "a pillage of the rights and income" of working Greeks, Gregori Kalomiris, a member of the executive committee of the Civil Servants' Confederation (ADEDY) trade union, told Sputnik.
It is also a clear recognition that the pillage, destruction and trafficking of cultural heritage are more than a cultural tragedy -- this is also a security and political imperative to be taken into account in all peace efforts," UN Media Services Center quoted Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, as saying.
"It is also a clear recognition that the pillage, destruction and trafficking of cultural heritage are more than a cultural tragedy - this is also a security and political imperative to be taken into account in all peace efforts," she added.
The economic pillage of the Philippines by the Marcos conjugal dictatorship brought our country to its knees; from that pillage it is just starting to recover; and corruption, which became endemic under their reign, still gnaws on the moral fabric of our nation.
It is also a step towards the prevention of illicit trafficking of cultural treasures in particular, which are the object of systematic pillage of our cultural heritage in the north of the island, the statement concluded.
He proclaimed that imperialist powers have always been trying to pillage the resources and assets of nations through complicated schemes.