The moment the game begins, you're in a starship defending a war-torn planet Earth from a ravaging alien race called the krill.
War-torn and weary.
Learn about Afghanistan and Vietnam, the war torn territories you'll be invading to smuggle contraband and make a quick buck.
He was also poet on the biggest humanitarian convoy traveling to war torn Croatia in 1993.
In recent years, the war-torn nation has been the main global source of illicit opium.
Fifteen pallets are now sitting at Luton Airport awaiting shipment to the war-torn country.
About three young adults venture to Africa to explore the continent, it hit upon a war torn country called Uganda where there are child soldiers and a very scared population.
He tells stories of walking the streets of war-torn Kosovo, a guitar in one hand and a rifle in the other, strumming songs of peace.
From there, he spent a year in Vietnam and later started filming and reporting from many war-torn areas, including Somalia, Rwanda and Bosnia.
In 2005, Anderson Cooper published his memoirs in the book, Dispatches from the Edge, which describes his experiences reporting from war-torn and disaster-ridden cities.
Right. Because her opinions on politics are way more important than war torn Middle East.
MECA, the acronym for Middle East Children's Alliance, continues to provide medicine, food, and other basic necessities to children and their families in war-torn areas of the Middle East.
As a young girl in war-torn Poland, Olga Erteszek learned to sew by watching her mother make corsets.
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