strife-ridden

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strife-ridden

[ˈstraɪfˌrɪdn] ADJconflictivo
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Bashour Qmati et-al decided during a gathering at the former's Msaytbeh home to "stave US-Israeli strife-ridden ploys concocted for the country.
Kataeb Party Political Bureau condemned on Monday the high proliferation of weapons amidst the safe streets of Beirut city, considering the latest ill-fated clash of Burj Abi Haidar a further indication of the continuity of strife-ridden designs plotted against the country.
Krishna and his Pakistani counterpart Hina Rabbani Khar on Wednesday said that they have the responsibility to mend bilateral ties to reduce tension in the strife-ridden region, while acknowledging a change in the mindset of the people of both nations.
Meanwhile, terming the decision of the International Cricket Council (ICC) to remove Pakistan as one of the hosts of the tournament due to security concerns as disappointing, Hafeez said that the team had vowed to give their best in reviving cricket in the strife-ridden nation.
Meanwhile, Madan also met senior police officials, administrators and bureaucrats of the strife-ridden province to gain an insight into the row.
The enabling law of a 2014 agreement between the Philippine government and secessionist group Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), the proposed BBL primarily aims to usher in a period of peace and prosperity in strife-ridden Mindanao with the creation of a Bangsamoro juridical entity.
Quite ironically, it holds true for relations between countries in the strife-ridden world even in times of relative peace.
The sheer immensity of India--its history, geography, politics and peoples--would be hard to condense under any circumstances, but author Sujatha Gidla, niece of the communist revolutionary hero and poet Satyamurthy, brilliantly narrows the scope by explaining the tumultuous events of 20th-century India through her own family's strife-ridden lives.
The man almost single-handedly transformed Singapore from a strife-ridden backwater port into a modern economic powerhouse.
Meanwhile, Egypt's minister of irrigation and water resources Hossam Moghazi announced that his country would revive agriculture scheme in Sudan's strife-ridden Blue Nile state.
I was fortunate enough to sample the 2009 white and the 2008 red from the Saade family's isolated vineyards in the world's most strife-ridden nation.
While opinions certainly vary on the role that mining and other industries play in strife-ridden areas, there is no question that the topic is inherently political.