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Mpumalanga, Umbumbulu and Lindelani, as well as hostels, were also identified as flashpoints in the Durban area.
A joint security staff meeting on Saturday would discuss the details of intensifying the fight against crime in "flashpoints".
Black areas that were "flashpoints" for crime now had insufficient resources and this was being corrected.
Last night, Mr Rudd told the RSL that the Asia-Pacific region was so dynamic and included so many "flashpoints" that Australia could not bank on never-ending regional co-operation.
Australian Politics 2008
This suggestion may seem harmless at first glance but it has lead to various "flashpoints" of disagreement between biblical scholarship and conservative evangelical scholarship.
"flashpoints", sufficient security and logistical preparations had been made to ensure a safe and trouble-free election day.
Included in the eventual list of 81 Tories who rebelled were stalwarts such as Cash, but also new boys such as Jacob Rees-Mogg, and their impromptu axis will probably reform as more European flashpoints appear on the horizon.
One of the biggest flashpoints was over the use of negative campaigning by super-political action committees, groups of supporters supposedly independent of the candidate, often with millions of dollars their disposal.
Everything from whose turn it is to walk the thing (mine, usually) to whose bright idea it was to get one in the first place (not mine, never), the very presence of a dog in one's home is, to me at least, little more than a joyless series of flashpoints to be circumnavigated until those 12.8 years are up.
Till dog do us part 2012
Both governments are now competing to grant lucrative mining concessions in areas that have been past flashpoints.