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Synonyms for DMZ

a zone from which military forces or operations or installations are prohibited

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Taking place at the DMZ, the leading university-based incubator in North America, participants will be provided access to seasoned tech executives and entrepreneurs, hands-on support, a dedicated workspace in downtown Toronto and a chance to pitch their business to a panel of judges for a cash prize.
Now, besides my day job at a law firm, I host a weekly podcast for NK News, interviewing analysts, journalists and experts about developments north of the DMZ.
DMZ is a heavily fortified strip of land, with rows of surveillance cameras and electric fencing.
PK Vice President Mike Pence was sent to South Korea last month making a stop at the DMZ where the second-in-command stagein managed pictures of himself breaking from protocol to stare down North Korean forces a few hundred yards away.
Abdullah Snobar, executive director at the DMZ, added: "Hosting these entrepreneurs from Birmingham at the DMZ is a step in the right direction to creating global business opportunities for both Birmingham start-ups and resident start-ups at the DMZ.
The next stop was the Cheorwon Peace Observatory visited every day by busloads of tourists hoping to get a glance at North Korea, view models of the DMZ, and learn about the conflict via loud instructional videos.
North Korea's forces are deployed along the DMZ to support an invasion of South Korea.
My Love DMZ is about animals living in the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) trying to prevent humans from building Kyongwon Railway in their territory.
Rather than a call for unity, DMZ rallied around a cry of independence.
But quite the opposite is the case - the DMZ is positively bunged with North Korean, South Korean and American troops.
The DMZ currently has measured and indicated resources totaling 17.
31, 1971, in a unit determined by VA and the Department of Defense (DoD) to have operated in an area in or near the Korean DMZ in which herbicides were applied.
The mission, under the auspices of the United Nations Command Military Armistice Commission, supports a sprawling industrial complex about six miles north of the DMZ that's unknown to many Americans.
Gates said he and Clinton will visit the DMZ on Wednesday, meeting with US and South Korean troops protecting one of the world's most heavily fortified borders.
It said surveys by local and international groups of the heavily mined but almost completely untouched DMZ have shown it to be an ecological treasure house, with at least 70 different kinds of rare species of fauna and flora completely protected from human harassment.