diversionary tactics

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diversionary tactics

[daɪˈvɜːʃnrɪˈtæktɪks] npltattica fsg diversiva
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To a question, she said that continued violations of Line of Control were blatant example of India's diversionary tactics.
IS NASA leader Raila Odinga playing diversionary tactics with his supporters over his swearing-in ceremony?
The Royal College of GPs doesn't think much of Hunt's diversionary tactics either.
Because of its scalability, companies of all sizes can access this critical supply chain data and work directly with authorities and investigators if the app flags any data anomalies or possible diversionary tactics.
India said that Pakistan has been resorting to diversionary tactics as India has already handed over concrete evidence to Pakistan about their cross- border encouragement and support for the protests in Kashmir.
Yesterday, she tried to hold her ground against a Tory attack by accusing them of diversionary tactics.
It looks like they are employing diversionary tactics elsewhere to ease military pressure on them,' Lorenzana said.
These diversionary tactics don't have any long-term effect.
Pulis hit back at a long-ball jibe from Klopp and accused the Anfield chief of diversionary tactics because his team had dropped two points at home.
PASYKI accused government of employing diversionary tactics and weakening the public sector by funnelling patients to private hospitals.
NAD said, "Despite our firm belief that these allegations of Palestinian incitement are nothing more than diversionary tactics, we call upon the Government of Israel to accept our standing offer to resume the work of the Tripartite Committee on Incitement.
Instead of investing, in a positive and constructive way, in the search for a political solution, Algeria strives to increase its counterproductive diversionary tactics.