counter-offensive


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counter-offensive

[ˈkaʊntərəˈfensɪv] Ncontraofensiva f
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Singletary then led a counter-offensive that saw Mono Vampire tie the count at 84-all, which proved to be their final stand as Balkman and Brownlee took over.
The army then carried out a counter-offensive operation against the enemy, securing the hill and inflicting heavy casualties upon the enemy, said the official.
The KNPP did not launch a counter-offensive against the Tatmadaw [government forces] but opted instead for a meeting to discuss the situation.
At the moment, the army is trying to fortify al-Rashadiyah in order to prevent an Al-Nusra counter-offensive.
USING archive footage and stills, this programme shows how the arrival of American forces and an Allied counter-offensive in 1918 helped to defeat Germany.
The strike, launched from the Mediterranean by Russia's 'Veliky Novgorod' submarine, was part of a counter-offensive against a jihadi attack on government-held parts of northwest Syria near Hama on Tuesday.
That triggered an army counter-offensive in which at least 400 people were killed, thousands of houses were burned, villages razed and vast swathes of land depopulated.
The ensuing clashes and a military counter-offensive have killed at least 400 people.
The group claimed responsibility for coordinated attacks on security posts last week that prompted clashes and a large army counter-offensive.
This sparked a military counter-offensive that has forced a flood of Rohingya civilians from their villages.
The ensuing clashes and a military counter-offensive have killed at least 400 people while thousands others fled into crowded refugee camps in Bangladesh.
Robredo filed the counter-protest as a counter-offensive to offset any potential votes that Marcos might gain in the recount.