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lacrimator

[′lak·rə‚mād·ər]
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The troops fired teargas shells and pellets at the youth during anti-India protests at Dehruna in Dialgam area of the district.
The school headmaster was quoted by the Palestinian News Agency (WAFA) as saying that the soldiers fired tens of teargas canisters into the yard of the school during the morning assembly of the students, causing many cases of suffocation among students and teachers.
The three said the officers from Kayole police station, led by the deputy OCS, shot in the air and lobbed teargas canisters at the house, after Kaimenyi, Pascal's neighbour, reported they were playing loud music.
Mayor of Sebastia, Mohammad Azem, told WAFA that Israeli occupation forces raided the village, provoking clashes with local citizens, during which the forces fired teargas canisters inside the school yards, causing many students to suffocate.
Reports said as thousands of people assembled at Iqbal Market in Sopore on Thursday morning to offer funeral prayers for the youth, the troops resorted to brute teargas shelling.
They started by lobbying teargas and before we could salvage our items the bulldozers were already demolishing our houses," said MsOnyango.
As a result, 25-year-old Mohammed 'Ali' Ayad 'Awad was wounded with a metal bullet, and dozens suffered from teargas inhalation.
However,, Sindh Home Minister Suhail Anwar Siyal took notice of baton charge and teargas shelling on teachers and directed DIG West Zulfiqar Larik to submit a report in this regard as soon as possible.
Greek police fired teargas on Wednesday at youths marching in Athens to mark the ninth anniversary of the killing of a teenager by police, an incident that sparked Greece's worst riots for decades.
Marches were interrupted by security forces using teargas and birdshot (Photo by Ahmed Arab)
Police used teargas yesterday to disperse demonstrations by supporters of ousted Islamist president Mohamed Mursi in Egypt's second city, Alexandria, and in Suez.
A document leaked to UK-based advocacy group(https://bahrainwatch.org) Bahrain Watch has revealed that the Gulf kingdom is seeking large quantities of teargas as it continues to fight the pro-democracy uprising that started in 2011.