Injures

Some articles on injures, injure:

List Of Terrorist Incidents, 2003 - September
... in southern Russia kills seven people and injures 90 ... September 15 ... Colombia A bomb strapped to a horse kills eight and injures 15 in the village of Chita ... packed with explosives kills ten and injures 54 in downtown Florencia, capital of Caquetá ...
List Of Terrorist Incidents, 1989
... bus in Bongaigaon, Assam, India, which responsible for Bodo tribe extremists, kills 20 and injures at least 20 ... May 30 A bomb kills four and injures 37 on an assassination attempt against Miguel Maza Márquez head of the Colombian Secret Service ... August 31 A bomb in a bicycle cart injures 13 in Medellín ...
List Of Terrorist Incidents, 1987
... following plunged into a bridge, Ariyalur, Tamil Nadu, India, which kills 25 and injures 150 ... bus station, Lahore, Pakistan, which kills 10 and injures 50 ... many vehicles and shops are damaged, which kills 72 and injures 250 ...
List Of Terrorist Incidents, 2007 - December
... December 1 ... A parcel bomb explodes in Paris, France and kills one, seriously injures another, and injures several other people. 177 ... Bombings in Algiers kill 37 or more and injure 177 ... al-Hajj (a top candidate to head Lebanon's military) and his driver, and injures dozens more ...
List Of Terrorist Incidents, 2007 - May
... and description May 80 ... A car bomb kills 35 people and injures 80 in Baghdad, Iraq ... a bomb explosion on a market kills one person and injures 14 others, one day before a planned march of secular Turks to demonstrate against the Islamic-rooted government ... A suicide truck bomb kills 50 people and injures 115 in Makhmur, Iraq ...

Famous quotes containing the word injures:

    Around, the night drops swiftly down
    Its veils; does not condemn
    Or praise the different actions done.
    The hour that strikes across the town
    Caresses all and injures none
    As sleep approaches them.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    If a man, notoriously and designedly, insults and affronts you, knock him down; but if he only injures you, your best revenge is to be extremely civil to him in your outward behaviour, though at the same time you counterwork him, and return him the compliment, perhaps with interest.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)