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Assault

Unwanted and/or violent physical contact with another person. Assault is a crime and a tort in most jurisdictions, though specific definitions differ from place to place.
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Dubai: An artist, who was robbed and sexually assualted by two men, drew her attackers and enabled Dubai Police to identify the pair, it was heard on Sunday.
Over the next few days and weeks detectives sought the help of the public revealing more details about the deadly assualt.
The gunman was armed with what was described as an AR-15 style assualt rifle walked into the restaurant in Antioch, in suburban Nashville, shortly before 3:30 a.m.
LAHORE -- Government of Punjab has decided on Saturday to forward sexual assualt cases to anti-terrorism courts (ATC) and legislate for DNA Act in wake of numerous child abuse cases surfaced in the recent past.
Ammoun partook in battles against the Lebanese army in Arsal and was involved in the assualt on the army's post in Wadi Hmayyid in the year 2014.
replaced with world assualt or the punishment so that culprits should be taken to task.
WILLIE MULLINS has revealed the scale of the firepower he is set to aim at the Punchestown festival with Un De Sceaux, Nichols Canyon, Melon, Let's Dance and Annie Power spearheading the assualt as he bids to reel in Gordon Elliott in the battle for the trainers' title.
Barwell pleaded guilty to the assualt, adding: "It was never my intention to hurt any police officers, but I am guilty."
Final Assualt is versatile regarding the ground and seems equally effective over 2m4f or three miles."
"He'll run in a good handicap on trials day and how he fares will determine whether he goes back there for the Festival.Final Assualt is versatile regarding the ground and seems equally effective over 2m4f or three miles."
Ministry of Education condemned the assualt, and considered it a violation of the sanctity of education and international norms.