antigovernment

antigovernment

(ˌæntɪˈɡʌvəmənt; ˌæntɪˈɡʌvənmənt)
adj
opposed to government
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NEW YORK -- Since September 11, 2001, nearly twice as many people have been killed by white supremacists, antigovernment fanatics, or other non-Muslim extremists than by Muslim radicals, The New York Times reported Wednesday, citing a count by New America, a research group.
The recently formed Antigovernment Information Service, aiming to provide accurate and objective information about the ongoing anti-government protests in the country, referred the matter to the Council for Electronic Media (SEM), the body which supervises broadcasters in Bulgaria.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- People turned out for antigovernment rallies in the Bulgarian capital of Sofia.
Antigovernment protests spread throughout the Middle East on Wednesday, with a crowd of demonstrators clashing with police and government supporters in Libya's eastern port city of Benghazi overnight while protestors continuing to occupy a square in the center of the Bahraini capital Manama.
YANGON, Myanmar -- Myanmar's military junta has shut down monasteries in the country's two largest cities that were linked to antigovernment protests led by the Buddhist clergy in August and September.
Will antigovernment and millennialist types see the new reach of federal intelligence as yet more proof of conspiracies?
Walker has grown up in the small, isolated town of Red Cedar, Oklahoma, dominated by an antigovernment militia group called the Soldiers of God, to which his father belongs.
After agents were killed by antigovernment radicals, the agency turned the outlaws into heroes through mismanagement of a siege in which a woman holding a baby was killed.
Specifically, extremists' vehicles may sport bumper stickers with antigovernment or pro-gun sentiments; display handmade license plates, plates from jurisdictions that do not exist, or no plates at all; or fit the profile of vehicles driven by known extremist group members in the area.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Turkish authorities banned any kind of rallies in the Turkish capital starting June 16, after thousands of people took to the streets of Ankara to protest a violent police crackdown and use of tear gas against the crowds of antigovernment demonstrators.
Meanwhile, the Japanese Embassy in Bangkok estimated that the antigovernment protests in Bangkok earlier this year inflicted about 500 million baht ($15.
Few Americans knew of the militia movement or antigovernment extremists until the morning of April 19, 1995, when a bomb blast destroyed the Alfred P.