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An armed conflict including one or more governments, and causing the death of 1,000 or more people per year
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When workers of parties clash it creates a civil warlike situation which is very dangerous.
The hostile and warlike aggression of fast bowlers that has crept into cricket today made it inevitable that some day a player would die on the field.
India has created a warlike situation in Kashmir by detaining profreedom leaders and youth and converted Kashmir into a garrison by adding 50,000 troopers to its already deployed 700,000 forces, which confirms our stand that India is holding a military operation in Kashmir in the name of elections," he maintained.
That nation was Germany, which was led by the warlike and virulently anti-Catholic Kaiser Bismarck.
Chappell recalls thinking that the answer made no sense, even to his adolescent mind: If humans are naturally violent and warlike, why does war drive so many people like my father insane?
One hopes Carwyn and the Welsh people will realise, at long last, that the Union with one of the most warlike nations the planet has ever seen has been an unmitigated curse and not a blessing.
20pm An alien ambassador lands his spaceship in America and warns humanity that Earth risks imminent destruction by an interplanetary alliance unless it abandons its warlike ways - and is promptly shot by the military.
During the annual meeting, they are expected to review joint defense capabilities against North Korea amid heightened tensions on the Korean Peninsula after a series of the North's warlike rhetoric and actions following fresh U.
Abe's comment came amid growing tensions over indications that North Korea is ready to launch mid-range ballistic missiles on the heels of months of provocative action and warlike rhetoric.
Summary: North Korea: North Korea dramatically escalated its warlike rhetoric on Thursday, warning that it had .
It's the latest in a string of warlike moves by the rogue Stalinist state, which has already threatened to attack America with nuclear weapons.
His findings challenged some of the most basic beliefs in the field of anthropology, presenting findings on a basically warlike people who used violence as the foundation of their society.