Thesaurus / unrest


From political unrest to the global pandemic, different forces have added complexity to international travel.
How BT performs against Vodafone, for example, matters less to investors than how industry in general is adapting to universal, global risks such as climate change, pandemics, social and political unrest.
Last summer, amidst civil unrest and political polarization, many advertisers joined in a temporary boycott of Facebook.
They had booked a hotel room in downtown Washington for Tuesday night to ensure access to the Mall but canceled it after the short-lived insurrection to avoid any potential unrest.
“These efforts, including our open lines of communication with law enforcement, will continue through the inauguration and will adapt as needed if circumstances change in real-time,” it adds, preparing for the possibility of more unrest.
Across the world in Afghanistan, Mir Enayatullah Mosawi had worked for a construction company assisting the American military but felt unsafe as unrest grew in the country.
Smith said he was driven to create Continue to Serve in response to the racial unrest following the death of George Floyd.
Previously, the number of new Signal users has rocketed up following social or political unrest.
Northam also said he would declare a state of emergency in his state to prepare for continued assistance in the response to the unrest.
He was of great help to the department this past summer in addressing civil unrest around the country and I have no doubt he will be successful in his future endeavors.


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