Bangladesh has refused to accept Rohingya Muslims now living in the borderland while Myanmar does not basically recognize the region as a no-man's-land
On June 29, 1918, Joseph was in a party laying barbed wire in no-man's-land
Operating in no-man's-land
, whether patrolling or raiding, must have improved individuals' battle craft in a manner training never could.
The promise of Australian director David Michod's "Animal Kingdom" is amply realized in "The Rover," a post-apocalyptic road movie of sorts set a decade after some unspecified cataclysm has turned the world--or at least one far-off corner of it--into a mercenary no-man's-land
And that no-man's-land
between rich and poor countries has been filled in by China, India, Brazil, and others.
But it's a feature found in the no-man's-land
Tnr region of the Sahara Desert that really raises eyebrows.
Desperate men, women and children fearfully crossed over a no-man's-land
, clutching plastic bags and small suitcases.
Soon emissaries from both camps were meeting in no-man's-land
to exchange whiskey and cigars.
These approximately 60 Iraqis are stuck in the middle, inhabiting a veritable no-man's-land
as the cold winter begins to set in.
Mugabe along with Michael Sata, Zambian president, signed an agreement in the no-man's-land
on Victoria Falls Bridge with UN's World Tourism Organisation.
The UN operated a Truce Supervisory Organisation (UNTSO), staffed by a corps of officers from different countries, headquartered in a piece of no-man's-land
in Jerusalem, and empowered to investigate complaints of violations of the GAAs.
Seen from a historical distance, the heterotopia lies not only in the stopped ships in the no-man's-land
between the fronts, but also, and perhaps principally, in the changing constellation of verifiable and convincing pieces of imagined memory.
Whether set in South America (Le retour de Lorenzo Sanchez, 2008) or in an unnamed no-man's-land
(La gare, 2005), his novels, written in French, are often characterized by similar traits: the perplexing experience of exile; the inherently absurd quest for a vanished identity; an individual lost in an incomprehensible, totalitarian societal system reminiscent of Kafka's world; the symbolism of chess-playing and its various strategies; and the challenging encounter with literature.
The last thing the UK wants is for Kusa to languish, at taxpayers' expense, in legal no-man's-land
an imposing battle field, Men still fighting injuries un-healed Burns on their skin, Gashes un-sealed.