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Thousands of Rum families fled Turkey in the aftermath, and the Rum populace that remained — and the city itself — were never the same again.
Others watched on TV and frantically tried to reach our bosses and colleagues as they fled for their lives.
On Saturday, Green opened fire at Baltimore police officers at a grocery store in northern Baltimore before fleeing, Harrison said.
Others watched on TV and frantically tried to reach bosses and colleagues as they fled for their lives.
In reality, the frantic effort is clearly meant to compensate for voters fleeing the party.
In 1968, she and her family were forced to flee to Israel when the Soviet Union invaded Czechoslovakia, eventually making their way to Canada.
Jack Ma would like you to know he has not disappeared, and a new immigration law could make it harder for Hong Kongers to flee.
The night after Ben Ali fled, I called students from Sana’a University, and we published the first statement of the revolution.
Once there, some broke through the security lines, overwhelmed the police and forced lawmakers to flee.
Lawmakers and staff at first locked themselves in the House and Senate chambers, then fled.

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