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Esimerkkejä "arson"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishSchools suffered arson attacks and hospitals and mosques of the Muslim minority were attacked.
EnglishThere is already such a rule in Italy, prohibiting building on land destroyed by arson.
EnglishTwenty percent were caused by arson and the rest by negligence.
EnglishForest arson endangers human lives and the natural wealth of a region.
EnglishIndividual Serbs are committing acts of arson and that is not right.
EnglishI should like to refer to what Mrs Grossetête said about arson.
EnglishThis situation has made arson the national sport.
EnglishFire-fighters who indulge in arson do not deserve our trust.
EnglishKenny Richey was convicted 16 years ago of arson and the murder of a two-year old girl who died in the fire.
EnglishThere is serious evidence pointing to arson committed on the eve of the national day of 3 March.
EnglishIt is a form of arson, with people as its victims, and there is no antidote, no means of putting the fire out – not even water can do it.
EnglishThe fires in Greece have demonstrated the ever-increasing threat of yet another form of terrorism: arson terrorism.
EnglishArson is illegal everywhere.
EnglishThere have been arson attacks on Roma camps in the suburbs of Naples, with the mob preventing fire services getting in to extinguish the fires.
EnglishThese clashes were accompanied by the use of force and arson, and ended up with several people sustaining injuries, including police officers.
EnglishThe response of the various EU countries' governments to arson, which could be described as eco-terrorism, has proved inadequate.
EnglishAs long as this anti-popular policy, fuelled by increased capital profits, is allowed to continue, arson will go on destroying forests and land.
EnglishI would like to remind you that arson, deliberate fire-raising, is suspected in the case of the conflagrations both in Greece and in Sicily.
EnglishI would like to mention this because in my country, Malta, two journalists, Daphne Caruana Galizia and Saviour Balzan, have just been the victims of arson attacks.
English· thirdly, there must be no more discussion of declassification of forest land, because this simply plays into the hands of anyone inclined to commit arson;