While the cordon
is in place, he added, only humanitarian and medical cases will be considered for permission to pass through checkpoints -- there are more than 600 of them in the West Bank -- and the border posts.
The 200 metre cordon was officially lifted at around 5.
I was told to make my way outside the cordon, we weren't told what was going on, it seemed like there was a sense of urgency.
Plans should be designed for both pre- and post-bomb cordons
because the requirements differ.
The jury was reminded of evidence from officers who had been called to the pitch after the crush in the central pens of the Leppings Lane terrace started, including some of those who formed cordons
aimed at preventing fans fighting.
HOMES in a Birmingham suburb were evacuated and a cordon
thrown around a police station after a suspect package was found dumped in the front office by officers.
MERSEYSIDE Police used powers to cordon
off areas because of terrorism fears six times last year - the highest on record.
He told the court in 1988 there were two cordons
of police officers as he approached the ground from south of the stadium.
Liverpool fan Brian Skarratts also gave evidence about the filter cordons
on Leppings Lane.
Builders working on renovated houses were waiting by the cordons
A MAJOR police cordon
was set up outside St Helens yesterday after a suspected bomb was found in an industrial estate.
Police set up a cordon
as a precautionary measure and asked people to leave the area.