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insurgent

International law a person or group that rises in revolt against an established government or authority but whose conduct does not amount to belligerency
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Overflowing insurgences are highly dynamic ways of protest, debate, and organization.
The formal structure constituted by the asambleas (assemblies) of #Yosoyl32 was incapable of comprehending the diversity and dispersion of these overflowing insurgences, even though it was useful in the beginning to respond to the demands of the corporate media and the public opinion.
The significantly lower number of insurgences and crimes boosted the country's appeal as a tourist destination.
"Modern day conflicts are not merely confined to states, but have expanded to include sub-nationalities, terrorists and insurgences, religious fanatics and ethnic interest", he added.
But the Iranian challenge where the US is concerned has far more serious consequences as Tehran is also arming Sunni insurgences in Afghanistan (see news8Afghan&PakinUSoffensivAug20-07).
The Grecians' two deadly insurgences in 13 shocking minutes had left sluggish Harriers playing catch up in appalling conditions.