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But Nigerian forces have tightened their noose around the group, recently announcing that the militants had been eliminated throughout Borno state.
The message to Beijing would be clear: Curb North Korea’s antagonism, or feel the noose tighten.
After mistakenly releasing the pictures of six firefighters who were fired over a noose incident in a firehouse, the city of Miami is demanding that media take the photos down.
The project began on Memorial Day in 2004 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania where Sims planned to hang a Confederate flag from a noose.
The displays follow a May incident in which bananas hanging from string nooses were found in three spots on campus.
On the phone was a video, in which BuzzFeed reported Jchandra can be seen standing on a rock with a noose around her neck, and Tyerell can be heard asking her to say something.
Park police came to investigate and removed the noose, and the exhibit gallery was reopened within three hours, Smithsonian officials said.
In May, a noose was discovered hanging from a tree in the center of the K-State campus.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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