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1 During the protests, ad hoc leaderless anonymous cadres known as black blocs engaged in rioting, property destruction and violent confrontations with the police.
2 Some officers had ordered property destruction and prisoner execution.
3 Legal setbacks led to the formation of the Green Mountain Boys, whom Allen led in a campaign of intimidation and property destruction to drive New York settlers from the Grants.
4 Some anarchist factions at these protests engaged in rioting, property destruction and violent confrontations with police.
5 It is claimed that property destruction during the Watts riots in the United States in 1965 influenced the practical and ideological approach of the RAF founders, as well as some of those in Situationist circles.
6 In addition, activists may use the tactic of property destruction as means of protest, e.g. by smashing the windows of banks, shops and government institutions and setting fire to cars.
7 This group allegedly destroyed property and called for property destruction as part of a strategy to oppose gentrification.
8 The NUWSS refused to join a march of women's suffrage groups after demanding without success that the WSPU end its support of property destruction.
9 The WSPU's approval of property destruction led to the departure of several important members.
10 She disapproved of WSPU endorsement of property destruction and felt that a heavier emphasis on socialism was necessary.
11 Palestinians consider Israeli military curfews and property destruction to constitute collective punishment against innocent Palestinians.
12 Property destruction and the deaths of one-third of the county's soldiers during the war caused financial and social calamity for many.
13 There were outbreaks of serious violence, including property destruction and the ambushing of police convoys, in the Potteries and the West Riding.
14 Property destruction and harm to individuals are often immediately measurable.
15 Property destruction, rape, incarceration, and death faced the Hutu who were unwilling to commit to the genocide or protected the Tutsi from violence.
16 They also asserted that it was only an insignificantly small group from Eugene, Oregon that engaged in property destruction.
17 Property destruction carried out by black blocs tends to have symbolic significance: common targets include banks, institutional buildings, outlets for multinational corporations, gasoline stations, and video-surveillance cameras.
18 Historically, boilers were a source of many serious injuries and property destruction due to poorly understood engineering principles.
19 His forces embarked on a systematic campaign of mass killings, property destruction and forced population transfer (called "Arabization") in which thousands of Kurdish and Assyrian villages were razed and their inhabitants either killed or deported to the south of Iraq.
20 They were charged with property destruction, looting, and criminal association.