intercommunal

in·ter·com·mu·nal

 (ĭn′tər-kə-myo͞o′nəl)
adj.
Existing or occurring between communities: intercommunal strife.

intercommunal

(ˌɪntəˈkɒmjʊnəl)
adj
occurring or existing between communities
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Close to 1,000 Turkish Cypriots crossed from the north on Thursday to take part in an event at the Kokkina enclave, marking the anniversary of the battle of Tylliria in 1964 during the intercommunal strife.
The precautions were taken on Sunday due to what was described as "ongoing fighting, intercommunal violence, and violent crime," according to a State Department press release.
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The first sessions of the forum focussed on the media's role in intercommunal relations.
(Communists, opponents of Zionism in principle, had been marginalized and after the intercommunal killings of 1929 turned their attention toward Arab society.)
Contract notice: statutory risk insurance for the city of tarnos and the boucau-tarnos sports park intercommunal syndicate reference number: 19fs17
Contract notice: intercommunal radiation conservatory of palaiseau - restructuring and extension works reference number: 1900015
Contract notice: maintenance services intercommunal gymnasiums of the community of communes aunis atlantic reference number: pafcs16
The purpose of this consultation is to provide cleaning and cleaning services for the premises of the intercommunal hospital center of crteil and the intercommunal hospital center of villeneuve saint georges.
Services concession: 19058 concession of services for the management and operation of the intercommunal aquatic center
Contract notice: hpital intercommunal de steinfort - mission of architect and landscape architect