(1) "I was eight in 1983, but I remember a plane that flew low over our Bulawayo suburb and army loud-hailers screaming: 'You are surrounded.'
(2) But first he flew to Saudi Arabia to make the religiously encouraged pilgrimage to Mecca; he found himself stranded in Bahrain after he was unable to enter Kenya.
(3) Two weeks after the July 7 suicide bomb attacks that killed 52 London commuters and injured more then 750, Shahid, a young Londoner who had just completed his fourth year at medical school, flew to Pakistan .
(4) Twenty-one subjects flew aboard a KC-135 aircraft operated by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) which performed parabolic maneuvers resulting in periods of 0-g, 1-g, and 1.8-g. Each subject flew once with a tablet containing scopolamine and once with a placebo in a random order, crossover design.
(5) The day after last Monday's trial, he flew to Switzerland from East Midlands airport to try to dissuade the government there from building a new coal plant.
(6) The German authorities confirmed that Abedi flew to the western German city of Düsseldorf, four days before the Manchester attack.
(7) They could be playing these people – Morales, Chesimard – off as pawns.” While Cuba was once an attractive destination for criminals, revolutionaries and skyjackers – 34 of 62 American plane hijackers flew to Cuba in 1969 – Fidel Castro lost patience with the swarm as early as the 70s.
(8) The French president, François Hollande, flew into the Central African Republic on Tuesday evening following an announcement earlier confirming the deaths of two French soldiers in clashes with militia forces they had ordered to disarm – the first losses in the French campaign in its former colony.
(9) When I flew to Salisbury shortly afterwards, the man in the next seat was clutching a thick polythene bag full of small metal objects.
(10) Pilots would have feared return fire if they flew close to check who was in the vehicles, the guide said.
(11) Had one of three efforts from open play that all flew inches wide also found the corner, it would have crowned one of this Premier League season’s better individual performances.
(12) The shirt commemorates a piece of Orwellian newspeak that flew from the lips of Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway on NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday.
(13) He flew into Britain on Monday on an Easyjet flight from Madrid accompanied by two detectives from City of London Police.
(14) Andy Hill, a 51-year-old former RAF instructor with more than 12,000 hours of flying experience, is a skilled aerobatic flyer and a regular at airshows, said fellow pilot, who flew earlier in the show.
(15) To be clear: nearly 100 Roma flew back to Bucharest on 19 August, 1040 since January 2009.
(16) If that means you have to build strong relationships sometimes with regimes that you don’t always agree with, that I think is part of the job and that’s the way I do it and that’s the best way I can explain it.” Government buildings flew the union flag at half mast for 12 hours on the day of the death of the king last month on the instructions of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, which said it was acting in line with protocol for the death of a foreign monarch.
(17) Dramatic film of the incident in May was captured as the plane flew over London.
(18) The government has so far arrested 34 people over the jailbreak, including a man suspected of being a pilot who flew Guzmán away from the site after his escape.
(19) It flew over the statehouse dome from 1962 until 2000, when it was moved to its current location at a civil war memorial on the building grounds.
(20) Kerry flew into the Afghan capital in an attempt to salvage the faltering political and technical agreements that he had brokered between Ghani and his presidential rival, Abdullah Abdullah .
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(1) But when he speaks, the crowds who have come together to make a stand against government corruption and soaring fuel prices cheer wildly.
(2) A tiny studio flat that has become a symbol of London's soaring property prices is to be investigated by planning, environmental health and fire safety authorities after the Guardian revealed details of its shoebox-like proportions.
(3) And the idea that it is somehow “unfair” to tax a small number of mostly rich people who were lucky enough to buy houses in central London that have soared in value to over £2m is perverse.
(4) The level of prescribing of opioid painkillers – Percocet in Geni’s case – has soared, and with it the incidence of addiction, and addiction’s grim best friend: fatal overdoses.
(5) Two decades after Donna Tartt soared to literary stardom with her debut The Secret History, the reclusive author is set to release her third novel this autumn.
(6) None of the major parties have proposed a stimulus package as the solution to Ireland's soaring deficit and unemployment (which has tripled since the start of the economic crisis to almost 14%).
(7) Tourism numbers have soared from 23m in 2010 to 47m last year, in a city of just 7m; the government wants 100m by 2020.
(8) "The soaring cost of air travel will ultimately be a small factor in increased rail fares, as the ONS said plane tickets pushed the inflation index higher.
(9) Soaring demand for rental property means homes are being let in record time, even though more properties are coming on to the market, according to research from lettings agent Countrywide.
(10) Neither splenectomy nor marginal resection of the liver resulted in a significant increase in postoperative mortality which, however, soared up by as much as 50% after radical surgery involving the resection of the pancreas.
(11) Yet bank bonuses soared in April as payments were delayed so the highest paid could benefit from this government's top rate tax cut.
(12) • Two new polls have provided fresh evidence that the Lib Dems are soaring.
(13) The Scottish Greens and the housing charity Shelter said the measure failed to address the more significant issues of a lack of affordable new homes and the council tax system, which greatly benefits wealthier homeowners whose property values are soaring.
(14) As public sector workers prepare for the biggest strike since the Winter of Discontent in 1979, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealed that workers in the worst paid jobs – such as dinner ladies, hairdressers and waiters – have seen their pay fall sharply in real terms, fanning fears about families' ability to cope with soaring food and energy bills.
(15) Pilgrims from all over the world, many weeping and clutching precious mementos or photographs of loved ones, jostle beneath its soaring domes every day.
(16) The Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) said today that City bonuses could soar to £6bn this year .
(17) At the same time, for many on low pay the last several years have seen the cost of living soar as their wage packet has shrunk.
(18) With sales of tablets, smartphones and gadgets predicted to soar this Christmas , many British households will soon be temples to the latest technology.
(19) Soaring SNP membership, at 103,000, would be equivalent to a UK-wide Labour or Tory party garnering 1.2 million supporters.
(20) This does not result from an initiative taken by the medical profession, but from a government plan aimed at checking the soaring costs of medical care.