trouble-torn

trouble-torn

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) afflicted with trouble, disorder or unrest
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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.
Toon skipper Coloccini returns from injury to lead the side in Saturday's crunch trip to West Ham, as the trouble-torn Geordies look to halt their alarming slide towards a second relegation in four years.
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.
He has set up a network to use it as a tool to bring in real change in the wretched lives of people in this trouble-torn world.
1981 A Geordie oil rig worker was among 50 men airlifted from a trouble-torn rig in the North Sea.
The fresh violence in the trouble-torn Kokrajhar district has led to the killing of around five people.
Ms Gandhi and Shinde were on a day-long visit to trouble-torn Kokrajhar and Dhubri districts.
RANGERS kid Darren Cole admits he feels more secure at Firhill than he would be at trouble-torn Ibrox.