sanctions, says blockade would be act of war
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4, which Saudi Arabis decried as an act of war
This was an act of war
and involved innocent civilians.
By revoking IWT India will be violating international laws and every Pakistani will consider it as an act of war
,' he said commenting on Indian threats to revoke the Indus Water Treaty (IWT).
Even though Osama bin Laden is dead, the victim of a retaliatory act of war
by the American government, the victims lack a forum to follow up on their profound grief and an institution where they can take stock of the progress of justice against the killers.
Most if not all scholars would disagree with Paul's assertion that the imposition of strong sanctions by the United Nations would be an act of war
It was as barbaric an act of war
as any I had ever seen committed by Americans.
Grigg states: "That the murderous aggression against our country justified a military response is beyond dispute," and that "The Black Tuesday attack was an act of war
International law traditionally took the view that only a sovereign state could perform an act of war
Claims potential for the group life insurance part of the industry depends on contract wording and, in some products, act of war
exclusions, said Ronald Barto, vice president of group life benefits division, Hartford Financial Services Corp.
Ultimately, despite the successfully accomplished Pearl Harbor mission, the militant government of Japan brought about its own downfall with its act of war
Pervez Musharraf on Wednesday warned India that the use of force across the border in the disputed Kashmir region or elsewhere between the two countries will be considered as an act of war
The destruction of the Maine, they argued, was an obvious act of war
by an aging European nation trying to hold onto power.
ISLAMABAD -- Leader of the Opposition in the Senate Chaudhry Aitezaz Ahsan on Tuesday said any unilateral revocation of the Indus Water Treaty by India would be considered an act of war