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arm again

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arm anew

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The aviation of Russia's Southern Military District has been fully rearmed with Su-34 attack aircraft, the district's press service said in a statement Wednesday, Sputnik reported.
Since then, the game's been re-released in various guises, including the ever popular BC Rearmed.
Ruling party militants, used previously to intimidate government opponents, were being rearmed, he said.
In his report on Resolution 1701 in October 2007, Ban alleged that Hizbullah had rearmed with new long-range rockets capable of hitting Tel Aviv and tripled its arsenal of C-802 land-to-sea missiles since the 2006 war.
Thus, Janet Flanner reminds us, sterile, weak, and emasculated France was "repopulated, and indeed, rearmed, to music.
The Europeans, whose troops would have to face a rearmed Hezbollah, need to deliver the message directly to Damascus.
In the 1930s Britain and France did nothing while Germany rearmed, brutalised its citizens, and marched into neighbouring countries.
THE LVF has rearmed and regrouped, according to security sources.
Moscow, which has sustained the alliance since 1990, rearmed it after Sept.
Their refusal to allow Emperor Karl to return to Hungary and re-establish a strong Austro-Hungarian nation left a shattered continent which their creations, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia, could not save when Germany rearmed.
77), "Thus, at about 0920 operations to respot the second-wave strike force on the flight decks could have begun, had the torpedo planes been rearmed with torpedoes.
Although the Soviets still wanted to live by our original arrangements at Yalta, and even Potsdam, we had decided unilaterally to restore the German economy in order to enfold a rearmed Germany into Western Europe, thus isolating the Soviet Union, a nation which had not recovered from the Second World War and had no nuclear weapons.
By then, they had regrouped, retrained, and rearmed with new and heavier weapons.
Cynthia Gersony, 41, of New York City ``has been freed by the rearmed Contra group that kidnapped her yesterday near the Honduran border,'' said government spokesman Emigdio Quintero.