Eagle Mountain and Penny Hill. During the war, settlements throughout the Susquehanna valley were attacked by Loyalists (Loyalist (American Revolution)) and Native Americans allied with the British. After the Battle of Wyoming in the summer of 1778 (near what is now Wilkes-Barre (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania)) and smaller local attacks, the "Big Runaway" occurred throughout the West Branch Susquehanna valley. Settlers fled feared and actual attacks by the British
to flee the area during the American Revolutionary War when settlements throughout the Susquehanna valley were attacked by Loyalists (Loyalist (American Revolution)) and Native Americans allied with the British. After the Battle of Wyoming in the summer of 1778 (near what is now Wilkes-Barre (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania)) and smaller local attacks, the "Big Runaway" occurred throughout the West Branch Susquehanna valley. Settlers fled feared and actual attacks by the British
the Wyoming Valley battle and massacre (Battle of Wyoming) in the summer of 1778 (near what is now Wilkes-Barre (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania)) and smaller local attacks, the "Big Runaway" occurred throughout the West Branch Susquehanna valley. Settlers fled feared and actual attacks by the British and their allies. Homes and fields were abandoned, with livestock driven along and a few possessions floated on rafts on the river east to Muncy (Muncy, Pennsylvania), then further south
: Harvard University Press, 2000 page 391. As such, Manstein waged a series of desperate counter-attacks with his reinforcements committed in a piecemeal way against the advancing Soviet forces. Murray, Williamson & Millet, Allan Reed ''War To Be Won'', Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2000 page 391. Between August 13-17, 1943 a series of armored battles took place between the Soviet tank forces and the two SS panzer divisions outside of Bohodukhiv, which
;pinch off" the Red Army's offensive thrust at the base of the penetration between Borisovka (Borisovka, Belgorod Oblast) and Grayvoron south of Vorskla river (Vorskla River), the rapid tempo of the Steppe (Steppe Front) and Voronezh Fronts offensive meant that by the time the counter-attacks were executed the city had been evacuated on 6 August, and German forces were now defending Kharkov. The Wehrmacht's Mobile Forces were heading into an encounter with the main thrust
of the Soviet Front tank armies. The German counter-attacks were carried out by the III Panzercorps (III Panzer Corps (Germany)) of the Armeeabteilung "Kempf" (German Army Detachment Kempf) in the Olshany area, and the XLVIII Panzercorps (XLVIII Panzer Corps (Germany)) of the 4th Panzerarmee (4th Panzer Army) in the two-pincer manoeuvre of the Krasnokutsk and Akhtyrka areas. Nipe, Fedorowicz pp. 259-330 In the fighting that took place on both
on the hilltops commanding the Palestinian city of Nablus ... where a local war is ... being waged". The inhabitants of Yitzhar have a reputation as being among the most extreme Israeli settlers and regularly clash with members of the Israeli security forces and local Palestinian civilians. The settlement is at the forefront of the settler movement's so called "price tag" policy (Price tag policy) which calls for attacks against Palestinians
with the yeshiva were forbidden to enter the West Bank on "well-founded suspicions that these students had been involved in attacks on Arabs, including "price tag" attacks on Arab property".
through local villages. In 1989, two yeshiva students were convicted of aggravated assault after a rampage led to the killing of a local 13 year old girl, and injuries to an 82 year old man. The settlement is at the forefront of the settler movement's so called "price tag" policy which calls for attacks against Palestinians in retaliation for actions of the Israeli government against West Bank settlements. ref name "Levinson" >
of Qassam rocket attacks Qassam rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip since 2001. Sderot is located less than a mile from Gaza (Gaza City) (the closest point is 840 m). Rocket attacks (Palestinian political violence) on the city have killed , wounded dozens, caused millions of dollars in damage and profoundly disrupted daily life. Studies have found that air raid
attacks on Israel In the 1961 census, the percentage of North African immigrants, mostly from Morocco (History of the Jews in Morocco), was 87% in the town; another 11% of the residents were immigrants from Kurdistan. In the 1950s, the city continued to absorb a large number of immigrants from Morocco and Romania (History of the Jews in Romania). It reached local council (local council (Israel)) status in 1958. Sderot absorbed another
;ref name "ynet-sderot1" According to a study carried out at Sapir Academic College in 2007, some 75% of the population was suffering from PTSD in the wake of rocket attacks on the city, and 1,000 residents were receiving psychiatric treatment at the community mental health center. In May 2011, the British Ambassador to Israel (Israel–United Kingdom relations) visited Sderot and met with Mayor David Buskila, who described
National Front of Fedayeen announces to increase attacks on US troops if they refuse to leave the occupied country. largest hailstone ever recorded falls in Aurora, Nebraska. The 1st (Devil) Brigade, 1st Infantry Division deployed from Fort Riley, Kansas in September 2003 to provide support to the 82nd Airborne Division in the city of Ramadi, Iraq. In February 2004, the Division deployed to Iraq
Infantry Division and returned to its home in Germany. *At least 16 people are killed and 40 injured by two female suicide bombers (suicide bombing) in an attack at ''Krylya'', a popular music festival, at the Tushino airfield near Moscow. The Russian authorities blame an on-going terrorism campaign by Chechen (Chechnya) rebels; the Chechen government denies any connection to the attacks. invasion of Iraq 2003 occupation
, insurgent offensive. Al-Tawhid Wal-Jihad, led by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, took responsibility for the attacks. *September 28 - **U.S. troops swept into the Sunni stronghold of Ramadi and joined Iraqi police and National Guardsmen in raids in Baqouba. **Investigators uncovered more than 100 bodies in a mass grave near the northern Iraqi village of Hatra. The bodies were believed to be Kurds killed during Saddam's crackdown in 1987-1988. The bodies includes those of small
revolt against the French. thumb 250px Kiryat Shmona Municipal Stadium (File:Kiryat Shmona Municipal Stadium3.jpg) Later years (1950-present) Kiryat Shmona's location close to the Lebanon makes it a rich target for rocket fire cross-border attacks. On April 11, 1974, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine - General Command, sent three members across the border from Lebanon to Kiryat Shmona. They killed eighteen residents of an apartment building, including many
children, before being killed in an exchange of fire at the complex, which became known as the Kiryat Shmona massacre. The city continued to be the target of attacks after this, including Katyusha (Katyusha rocket launcher) rocket attacks by the Palestine Liberation
date April 7, 1986 accessdate September 29, 2008 and further Katyusha rocket attacks by Hezbollah during 1996's Operation Grapes of Wrath.
Northern Areas . * Joint Intelligence Miscellaneous : responsible for espionage, including offensive intelligence operations, in other countries. * Joint Signal Intelligence Bureau : operates intelligence collections along the India-Pakistan border. The JSIB is the ELINT, COMINT, and SIGINT directorate that is charged to divert the attacks from the foreign non-communications
electromagnetic radiations emanating from other than nuclear detonations or radioactive sources. * Joint Intelligence Technical :deals with development of science and technology to advance the Pakistan intelligence gathering. The directorate is charged to take steps against the electronic warfare attacks in Pakistan. Without any exception, officers from this divisions are reported to be engineer officers and military scientists
, say Afghans – Pakistan's intelligence agency is directing Taliban attacks on Western targets in Afghanistan, Davood Moradian, a senior government official has claimed publisher Telegraph.co.uk date 2009-10-15 accessdate 2011-04-09 location London * 2010 : A new report by the London School of Economics (LSE) claimed to provide the most concrete evidence yet that the ISI is providing funding, training and sanctuary to the Taliban insurgency on a scale much larger
City, Baghdad Progress was slow due to escalating tensions and violence, and attacks against the American military increased significantly in late 2003. On November 9, 2003, a violent confrontation erupted between the chairman of the District Council, elements of the 2d ACR, and a team from the 490th Civil Affairs Battalion. The chairman refused to surrender a pistol during security screening and became violent, forcing an American
, the U.S. Army locked down Sadr City while searching for a kidnapped U.S. soldier. During the lock down, deaths dropped by 50%. When Prime Minister al-Maliki demanded the end of the blockade, the murder rate returned to previous levels. Kukis, Mike. "At Baghdad's Ground Zero", ''Time (Time (magazine))'', January 19, 2007. On November 23, 2006, a series of car bombs exploded, followed by mortar attacks
these are all civilians, but the U.S. disputes this. The Mahdi Army intensified rocket attacks on the Green Zone and other U.S. bases, killing at least three American soldiers and several civilians.
. Between 1840 and 1861, 273 non-rabid attacks resulting in the deaths of 169 children and 7 adults occurred throughout Russia, Korytin, S. A. 1997 ''Sex and age structure of people attacked by wolves in different seasons''. Proceedings of the scientific conference Issues of applied ecology, game management and fur farming , 27–28 May 1997, Kirov p-143-146 while between 1944 and 1950, 22 children between the ages of 3 and 17 were killed by wolves in the Kirov
Oblast (see ''Kirov wolf attacks''). There are numerous documented accounts of wolf attacks in the Asian continent, with three
Indian states reporting a large number of non-rabid attacks in recent decades. These attacks were well documented by trained biologists. In Hazaribagh, Bihar, 100 children were injured and 122 killed from 1980 to 1986. Rajpurohit, K.S. 1999. ''Child lifting: Wolves in Hazaribagh, India''. Ambio 28:162–166. The North American continent has very few recorded incidences
accessdate 16 December 2010 but intermittent artillery and rocket attacks, launched from Serb-held areas of Bosnia (Republika Srpska), continued in several areas of Slavonia, especially in Slavonski Brod and Županja.
and their neighbours from Yugoslav army plane attacks. According to the 1931 Constitution of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, :''The Sava Banovina is bounded on the north, as far as the river Mura (Mur River), by the ... boundary of the Drava Banovina. Thereafter the boundary of this Banovina follows the river Mura, then the State frontier with Hungary to the point where this leaves the Drava; from this point the boundary of the Banovina follows the course of the Drava, then that of the Danube
, Pakrac, Šibenik, Sisak, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Gospić, Karlovac, Biograd na moru, Slavonski Šamac, Ogulin, Duga Resa, Otočac, Ilok, Beli Manastir, Lučko, Zagreb, and others.