trouble-torn

trouble-torn

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) afflicted with trouble, disorder or unrest
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A FRENCH climber known as Spiderman shinned up a skyscraper in Hong Kong and unfurled a flag yesterday in an eccentric bid to bring peace to the trouble-torn territory.
PATRICK VIEIRA is ready to return to English football as boss of trouble-torn Newcastle.
Nhu KhanVO, a 60-yearold widow, fled her trouble-torn country with her grown-up daughter and son.
A Wheeled Armoured Vehicle (WMZ) carrying Sri Lankan Peacekeeping troops on patrol in the general area of Douentza in West Africa's trouble-torn Mali, came under a remote-controlled Improvised Explosive Device (IED) attack around 6.30 a.m.
Having suffered a galling 10-1 thrashing by Naga last week, Western were beaten out of sight 8-0 by Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng at Svay Rieng Stadium, to help the trouble-torn host side regain some composureTrevin Caesar and Shane Booysen bagged hat-tricks, while Tray Vichet and Kheang Meng Hour added one each.
"Manipur is being portrayed as a trouble-torn state, and most of the people of other states and countries generally have a wrong notion about Manipur that nobody ventures outside after dusk in the state," he added.
DHAKA -- Bangladesh opening batsman Tamim Iqbal said Friday he is proud to be part of the World XI team that will play three Twenty20 matches in Pakistan next month as part of an effort to revive cricket in the trouble-torn country.
Summary: The move to portray Kerala as a trouble-torn state would adversely impact its investment prospects, says Vijayan
Muscat: A Royal Air Force of Oman (RAFO) jet carrying 71 Omani nationals from trouble-torn Turkey touched down safely in Muscat on Monday night.
Gohati -- Five more bodies of Muslims were found Wednesday morning from two trouble-torn districts of Indian state of Assam, taking the toll in the violence unleashed by ultras to 41.
Newcastle travel to Moscow for Thursday's last 16 clash because Anzhi are banned from playing European games in their trouble-torn republic of Dagestan for security reasons.