strife-ridden

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strife-ridden

[ˈstraɪfˌrɪdn] ADJconflictivo
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Supporters of the move say that strife-ridden Kashmir is a 'special case', and a consultative process in an insurgency-hit and militarised region next door to India's nuclear-armed rival, Pakistan, would have led nowhere.
In a strife-ridden neighbourhood, Qatar exceptionalism invites jealousy.
Ofita Purwani from Indonesia in her presentation explained how art turned strife-ridden city of Surakurta into a tolerant democratic space.
"Their objective was to share the love of Christ with people in a very poor and strife-ridden country," Timothy said.
Croatia lost a World Cup final but, at least, they played like Croatia, the remarkable little strife-ridden football nation of just over four million people that went all the way to the greatest game of all.
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.
The 39 persons, most of whom hailed from Punjab, were working on projects near strife-ridden Mosul when they were kidnapped during their evacuation.
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.
They were actually uttered by Lee Kuan Yew, the man Singaporeans simply (although reverently) call 'LKY.' The man almost single-handedly transformed Singapore from a strife-ridden backwater port into a modern economic powerhouse.
Cleric Yazbek who criticized what he termed as "strife-ridden Lebanese media" concluded that Saudi mobilization or regimentation against Hezbollah would backfire and burn the Saudis themselves.
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.