Tenderloin, San Francisco

;"Williams, 'Ex-Czar' Of Tenderloin, Dies; Picturesque Former Inspector of Police Gave the District Its Sobriquet. Figured In Lexow Inquiry; Retired on Pension After That;-Noted for His Love of a Fight; 77 Years Old. He Never Shunned a Fight. Appearance Before Lexow." New York Times March 26, 1917 Another version of that story says that the officers who worked in the Tenderloin received a "hazard pay" bonus for working in such a violent (violence) area, and thus

and promoting "Zine Weekends." Crime The Tenderloin is a high-crime neighborhood, particularly violent street crime such as robbery and aggravated assault. Seven of the top ten violent crime plots (out of 665 in the entire city as measured by the San Francisco Police Department) are adjacent plots in the Tenderloin and Sixth and Market area. The neighborhood was considered to be the origin of a notorious Filipino gang Bahala Na Gang or BNG, a gang imported from the Philippines

. In the late 1960s to the mid-1970s, the gang was involved in extortion, drug sales, and murder for hire. Graffiti art and tagging are a common problem in the neighborhood. Dealing and use of illicit drugs occurs on the streets. Property crimes are common, especially theft from parked vehicles. Violent acts occur more often here and are generally related to drugs. The area has been the scene of escalating drug violence in 2007, including brazen daylight shootings, as local gangs from San


Macapá

;ref name "Cidade" Macapá gained international notoriety in December 2001 when international yachtsman Peter Blake (Peter Blake (yachtsman)), from New Zealand, was murdered while anchored on his explorer yacht ''Seamaster'' in Macapá port. According to ''Business Insider'', Macapá is the 45th most violent city in the world

, with 32.06 homicides per 100,000 people. Demography Macapá has a population of 499,166 in its metropolitan area, the third largest


Tolyatti

. Violent crimes The city has witnessed a mafia killing spree: there have been 550 commissioned killings in Tolyatti over 1998-2004, five of those murdered (List of journalists killed in Russia) were journalists. Russian journalism comes under fire Paul Jenkins, BBC, 2 July 2004. Three chief architects of Tolyatti were victims of violent crimes: Valery Lopatin was shot to death on July 7, 2004, Mikhail

Syardin and Aleksander Kiryakov were also injured in violent attacks. В Тольятти новый главный архитектор Tolyatti has a new chief architect, TLT.ru, April 10, 2009. ), was murdered on November 15, 2008. Togliatti State University: We are mouring


Southern Qi

- Qinqiang - Qiongzhou Strait - Qipao - Qiqihar - Qiu Jin - Qong Tayiji - QQ - Qu You - Qu Yuan - Quanzhou - Queen's College, Hong Kong - Quemoy - Qufu - ''Quotations from Chairman Mao Zedong'' - Quzhou In 477, after Xiao Daocheng assassinated Emperor Ming's violent and arbitrary son and successor Emperor Houfei (Emperor Houfei of Liu Song), the general Shen Youzhi, from his base of Jing Province (荊州, modern central and western

emperor Emperor Gao (Emperor Gao of Southern Qi), who later became prime minister during the reign of Emperor Gao's great-grandson Xiao Zhaoye. '''Xiao Baojuan''' (蕭寶卷) (483–501), né '''Xiao Mingxian''' (蕭明賢), commonly known by his posthumously demoted title of '''Marquess of Donghun''' (東昏侯), courtesy name '''Zhizang''' (智藏), was an emperor of the Chinese (History of China) dynasty Southern Qi. He was known as a violent ruler who executed high level officials at his whim

of the Chinese (History of China) dynasty Southern Qi. He was put on the throne by the generals Xiao Yingzhou (蕭穎冑) and Xiao Yan (Emperor Wu of Liang) in 501 as a competing candidate for the throne to his violent and arbitrary older brother Xiao Baojuan. In 502, with Xiao Baojuan having been defeated and killed and Xiao Yingzhou dead, Xiao Yan seized the throne from Emperor He and took the throne himself, ending Southern Qi and starting Liang Dynasty. Soon, Xiao Yan had the 14


Midwest City, Oklahoma

sustained extreme damage from a violent tornado (1999 Oklahoma tornado outbreak) that swept through the southern and eastern areas of the Oklahoma City Metro on May 3, 1999. While it produced F5 damage in South Oklahoma City, damage in Midwest City was rated F4 with numerous destroyed homes and three fatalities. Another strong struck almost exactly the same area four years later on May 8, 2003 (May 2003 tornado outbreak sequence). <

Albert's name. Carl B. Albert Middle School and Carl B. Albert High School in Midwest City (Midwest City, Oklahoma) and Carl Albert State College in Poteau (Poteau, Oklahoma) are named for him. areas affected Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, Tennessee The '''1999 Oklahoma tornado outbreak''' was a severe weather event that lasted from May 3 until May 6, 1999 and brought violent storms to Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, Texas, and Tennessee. This article

during the outbreak (Tornado outbreak). This tornadic event ranks in severity with the Palm Sunday tornado outbreak of 1965. With a total of 66-74 tornadoes, it was the most prolific tornado outbreak in Oklahoma history, although not the deadliest (1947 Glazier–Higgins–Woodward tornadoes). areas affected Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, Tennessee The '''1999 Oklahoma tornado outbreak''' was a severe weather event that lasted from May 3 until May 6, 1999 and brought violent


Beitunia killings

detention only to exceptional cases. In the past, such days of remembrance have at times turned violent: in 2011 Israeli troops responded to an attempt by thousands of protesters to breach Israel's northern frontiers by opening fire that killed 10 people and injuring hundreds. Israel has been accused by Amnesty International of being 'trigger-happy' in adopting excessive force on such occasions; 27 fatalities from

and Israeli police employed riot dispersal measures. Peter Beaumont (Peter Beaumont (journalist)),"Video footage indicates killed Palestinian youths posed no threat", ''The Guardian'', 20 May 2014. Israeli sources reported the demonstration turned violent at times,

-finds-live-fire-killed-Palestinian-teen-during-Nakba-Day-clashes-356036 title Autopsy finds live fire killed Palestinian teen during Nakba Day clashes' accessdate 9 September 2014 while Palestinian sources say it began peacefully, but turned violent when the demonstrators were shot at by live fire to disperse stone-throwers. In addition to stone-throwing, burning tires were rolled towards Israeli security forces, and Israeli sources stated


Yitzhar

. Shin Bet says it has accumulated information on the involvement of Yitzhar's yeshiva students in illegal, subversive and violent activities against Arabs and the security forces first1 Chaim last1 Levinson first2 Amos last2 Harel In 2003, rabbi Ginzburg who is a member of the Chabad Lubavitch Hasidic movement (Chabad Lubavitch), was indicted for incitement to racism in his book "Tipul Shoresh" ("Root Treatment"), which contains calls for the Arabs

Court of Justice if its funding is halted. In November 2011, Israel's Education Ministry decided to withhold funds from the Od Yosef Chai yeshiva and close down the Dorshei Yehudcha Yeshiva high school. The decision was based on information received from the defense establishment of extensive involvement by students and rabbis in violent acts against Palestinian residents and Israeli security forces.

closes down Yitzhar yeshiva url http: www.ynetnews.com articles 0,7340,L-4142719,00.html newspaper Ynet date 1 November 2001 Violent incidents The inhabitants of Yitzhar have a reputation as being among the most extreme Israeli settlers and regularly clash with local Palestinian civilians. From the late 1980s through the next decade, Yitzhar youth were accused of arson at a local mosque, firing on Palestinian cars, torching Palestinian fields and olive groves, and rampaging


Kingdom of Libya

, although the evacuation of foreign military installations, including Wheelus Air Base, was not completed until March 1970. thumb Footage from Tripoli International Fairground, 1962. (File:Tripoli International Fairground 1962.ogv) The June 1967 War (Six Day War) between Israel and its Arab neighbors aroused a strong reaction in Libya, particularly in Tripoli and Benghazi, where dock and oil workers as well as students were involved in violent demonstrations. The United States and British

2011 02 18 2666087 violent-repression-of-protests.html title Violent Repression of Protests Rocks Libya, Bahrain, Yemen author Landay, Janathan S.; Strobel, Warren P.; Ibrahim, Arwa date 18 February 2011 work The Kansas City Star accessdate 19 February 2011


Sadr City

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

people were killed in Baghdad's Shiite district of Sadr City, and the second al-Askari bombing (2007 al-Askari Mosque bombing) in 2007, they provoked Shiite militias to unleash a wave of retaliatory attacks, resulting in death squad-style killings and spiraling further sectarian violence which escalated in 2006 and brought Iraq to the brink of violent anarchy in 2007. DeYoung, Karen Pincus, Walter. "

periodically engaged in violent conflict with US and other Coalition forces, while the larger Sadrist movement has formed its own religious courts, and organized social services, law enforcement and prisons in areas under its control. ** Suicide bombers detonate boats alongside two oil tankers and a coalition (Post-invasion Iraq, 2003–present) boat in the Persian Gulf, targeting Iraq's main oil terminal, Basra.


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