American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southeast Michigan, a residential suburb of Detroit. Population: 58,000.
“RAMALLAH, West Bank — Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas defended his handling of peace talks with Israel on Monday after the publication of leaked documents that appear to show Palestinian negotiators offering far-reaching concessions to Israel on the conflict's most sensitive issues.”
“The night raids are a variant of the Vietnam war's Phoenix programme that led to many of thousands of deaths, but had little impact on that conflict's outcome.”
“He later sat as a judge on Bertrand Russell's Vietnam War Crimes Tribunal, which indicted that conflict's carnage and lies.”
“The fighting was particularly fierce around Brega, after a period of relative calm on one of the conflict's bloodiest front lines.”
“It is true that the conflict's origin lay in Gbagbo's refusal to relinquish power and his government's manipulation of ethnicity.”
“But of even greater concern, given the nature of the conflict's atrocities, is that government officials have said the civilian prosecutor is not ready to undertake prosecutions for violent crimes.”
“But they should be deeply concerned that some of the conflict's root causes remain unaddressed: a politicized judiciary and impunity for those in power.”
“In recent weeks, Syrian forces have battled a loose alliance of defected troops and armed civilians, in fighting that has claimed hundreds of additional lives since the U.N. in January placed the conflict's death toll at 5,400.”
“Jason Stearns's riveting book dissects the conflict's causes and consequences.”
“Putin and Smirnov consolidate domestic power and the Transnistrian conflict's prospects once again freeze over.”
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