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He thinks it is a great shame that for the past 100 years we’ve seen nature as a huge war zone in which everyone is fighting everyone else.

When Foster first set foot inside the house, the damage was comparable to a war zone, she said.

Gaza is no longer an active war zone, but the emergency hasn’t fully abated.

From Vox

The international body worked with local war zone organizations to encourage a diverse pool of people to take part.

“They want us to be afraid,” Volodymyr Zelensky, the President of Ukraine, says as his plane starts to descend, bringing him home from a trip to the war zone near his country’s border with Russia.

From Time

Among the scores of bystanders watching their small town turn into war zone was a Marine veteran who was close with Stone.

On the first day of shooting, Kallai and his film crew found themselves smack-dab in the middle of a war zone.

Over the years, we would often trade tips and share stories when I was reporting from D.C. and he was reporting from a war zone.

Their militarized garb reflected the atmosphere: West Florissant is a war zone.

And it all ended with Lana delivering baby A.J., her child with Archer, in a war zone.

No power on earth can move this freight into the war zone, where it is needed, until we supply the ships with fuel.

I have been into the war zone and seen during the last five days men who are now holding the lines of defense.

The few Englishmen he had on board were noticeably unfit for active duty in the war zone.

It was as unlike traversing the war zone by train as possible.

I want to see the war-zone, where our boys fit them Germans.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to war zone, such as: battle zone, combat area, combat zone, hot spot, seat of war, and theater.

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