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  • noun A location of difficulties or hostilities; a hot spot; a flashpoint.

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Examples

  • Several times a week, in every troublespot in Iraq, late-night raids are carried out by American and Iraqi troops against the homes of suspected insurgents.

    A Look Into Iraq Night Raids

  • Despite all these reports one gets the impression that the ONLY troublespot in the whole world is the Israeli-Arab problem.

    The Israel-Palestine conflict - Who cares? We shouldn't

  • Let's talk about money and where you think the troublespot are there that he could run into with Congress?

    CNN Transcript Aug 1, 2001

  • Section was a known troublespot and housed refugees from the

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It pointed to a lack of awareness about changes and restrictions on the rest of the road network, which could see Londoners face fines, as a potential troublespot.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Obama hints at troublespot, saying China's crucial vote is not assured.

    Latest Articles

  • He hinted at a troublespot, saying China's crucial vote is not assured.

    Latest Articles

  • He hinted at a troublespot, saying China's crucial vote is not assured.

    Latest Articles

  • This would enable America to have eyes and ears orbiting above any potential troublespot in the world.

    Signs of the Times

  • This would enable America to have eyes and ears orbiting above any potential troublespot in the world.

    Signs of the Times

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