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air raid

[′er ‚rād]
An attack of a place by aircraft; may consist of a bombing or strafing attack against a position or a city.
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What does it mean when you dream about an air raid?

In most cases, the meaning of an air raid is straightforward. It reflects a feeling of being assaulted, of being under attack.

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A woman killed when the coalition targeted two air raids on Baut Daher in Bani Harith district.
The aerial bombardment was believed to be the first since Amnesty International said in a March 18 report that 14 civilians had been killed and seven wounded in the course of five air raids between April 2017 and December 2018, all attributed to the US military.
In a relevant air raid in January, the US-led airstrikes killed at least 31 civilians in the village of al-Baghouz Foqani.
Just one of the selection of fantastic photographs that Frank shared with us was of him and his father sitting in an air raid shelter in Handsworth in 1938, which he recalls was damp.
ON a recent visit to the Wales Millennium Centre I was most impressed with the mock Anderson air raid shelter that was on display to promote the musical Only The Brave.
The Local Co-ordination Committees said the air raids killed 30 in Tabiah and dozens in Bouleil.
Ashraf al-Qedra, a health ministry official, said two teenager brothers were killed in an Israeli air raid on Shuja'ya neighborhood in east of Gaza City.
"An entire family was killed in air raids in Tal Rift in the north of Aleppo province.
Sheikh Ahmed Zaid, a tribal leader in Rada'a district, said, "Planes flew sporadically on Tuesday in Al-Masaneh in Beida'a governorate and carried out air raids on militants on a motorcycle, resulting in immediate death." He said one of the two dead militants is Al-Maseri.
* I WAS interested to read about the discovery of an air raid shelter in the War Memorial Park (Telegraph, May 28).
Its purpose was to providethe Government with a complete picture of air raid pat-terns, types of weapon used and the damage caused.
The Turkish warplanes have been carrying air raids against Kurdistan's border areas, under justification of chasing elements of the anti-Ankara Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), forcing large numbers of citizens of those areas to desert their home villages, including an air raid that killed 7 of them in a village north of Kurdistan's Sulaimaniya city on Sunday.