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tore down

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JERUSALEM, February 11, 2015 (WAFA) -- Israeli forces tore down
It was with passion and courage that the people tore down that which divided them, in search of peace, freedom, unity, democracy and prosperity," he noted.
The 'Baby' hitmaker's fans continued destroying barricades outside his hotel in Buenos Aires, and after his arrival in the hotel, a group of out-of-control teenagers even tore down wooden walls erected for crowd control, TMZ.
NEWCASTLE supporters reportedly tore down advertising hoardings at the Sports Direct Arena during last night's reserve derby with local rivals Sunderland.
The armed forces only tore down walls that were illegitimately built on the road, on state-owned land," the council said in its 13th communique since it took charge of the country on Feb.
Summary: TBILISI, June 27, 2010, SPA -- Authorities in Georgia on Sunday tore down another monument to Soviet dictator and native son Josef Stalin, AP reported.
For more information or to leave a tip about those who tore down the memorial, visit www.
5 million people have fled to temporary shelters after deadly floods tore down their homes in southern India.