Advocacy groups have long accused the Sudanese government of applying a scorched earth
policy in the region as a military strategy, with hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing to South Sudan and Ethiopia to escape the bomb attacks.
A scorched earth
policy is a military strategy which involves destroying anything that might be useful to the enemy while advancing through or withdrawing from an area.
taps into a debate that many say is the last major impediment to warming US-Vietnam relations.
The latest round broke out on August 11, when the military launched "Operation Scorched Earth
," an all-out assault against the rebels.
Members of the delegation said that the aim of the visit dubbed ''Gaza in the Heart'' is to break the imposed siege on Gaza, stop the scorched earth
policy of the Israeli authorities against the Palestinians.
2 million a month as well as field intelligence to Operation Scorched Earth
In both campaigns, regular army forces have adopted the tactic of scorched earth
The Sanaa government launched Operation Scorched Earth
on August 11 with the aim of finally crushing the five-year-old uprising.
22) Nevertheless, in February 1942, the British government released copies of its secret Scorched Earth
Policy to the governments of its various colonial dependencies and dominions.
THE evil anti-matter duplicate of Alex James' engaging A Bit Of A Blur, Luke Haines' scorched earth
memoir stumbles drunkenly through the 1990s with a bad word for pretty much everyone.
That being said, the whole thing is laid out beautifully and there are times when it hits hard, like Julia Hasting's two page spread of pitch black comic panels with rain sleeting across the gutter, or Guy Billout's Chris Ware-esque drawing of the last house left on a scorched earth
Wrecked greens at club after blunder