war zone


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a combat zone where military operations are coordinated (especially a designated area in international waters where the rights of neutrals are not respected by nations at war)

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Sultan said his office would take care of the war zone, while district engineer Rey Peter Gille of the DPWH second engineering district in Lanao del Sur province would handle the safe zone.
US have made Afghanistan a war zone while Pakistan's desire was a peaceful Pakistan.
7% of veterans with current war zone PTSD also suffer from major depressive disorder, reported Dr.
The SNP leader hit back, saying: "The term war zone is not an appropriate term to use about any of our hospitals.
Washington, June 8 ( ANI ): Angelina Jolie has admitted that visiting people in war zones has made her ''happier''.
Speaking during the book launch, the Managing Director, Felix Odiogor, said that the book contains real life experiences of people from different countries, with various backgrounds, cultures, political and social alignment who had been victims of armed conflict in different war zones.
The war zone veterans quoted from the book do not constitute a single personality 'type'; each person has their own way of coping with the stresses of daily life and work, keeping themselves grounded, and dealing with inevitable feelings of alienation upon their return home.
Jet-fighters deployed on missions in the Libyan war zone have refueled in mid-air as part of Operation Odyssey Dawn.
Having served as an International Police officer for the United Nations Police Task Force in Bosnia and Kosovo and as an instructor at the Specialized advanced Training Unit of the High Institute of the Baghdad Police College in Iraq, Rail here relates stories from his experiences and combines them with the personal stories of other soldiers and police who have served in such conflict zones as Iraq, Afghanistan, Sudan, Bosnia, Kosovo, East Timor, Cambodia, Haiti, and Liberia that are intended to provide lessons on surviving in a foreign war zone.
UK banking group HSBC Holdings Plc (LSE: HSBA) (NYSE: HBC) (HKG: 0005)will open a branch in Sri Lanka's former war zone, the first foreign bank to do so since the end of the country's long ethnic conflict.
The government rejected a last-ditch call for a ceasefire, saying the thousands of civilians trapped in the war zone have all escaped to safety and there was no longer any reason to stop the battle.
The government rejected the last-ditch call for a ceasefire, saying the thousands of civilians trapped in the war zone all have escaped to safety and there was no longer any reason to stop the battle.
He also said civilians in the war zone would be quickly freed.
AN all-night artillery barrage in Sri Lanka's war zone killed at least 378 civilians and forced thousands to flee to makeshift shelters along the beach, a government doctor said yesterday.
UN spokesman Gordon Weiss said today the international organisation had long warned of a potential bloodbath in the war zone and said "that bloodbath has become a reality".