"We are ready to create refugees camps in the in no-man's land
between Lebanon and Syria after studying the circumstances."
There were times in 2006-08 when farms weres in a no-man's land
. Many locals say they are still too dangerous to visit.
BLACK GOLD (12A) CAST: Tahar Rahim, Antonio Banderas, Mark Strong, Freida Pinto PLOT: It's the 1930s on the Arabian peninsula and two rival kingdoms agree to keep an area of no-man's land
between them by using two sons as collateral.
The pounds 17.3million signing was left in no-man's land
as Daniel Agger headed home a corner to put Liverpool ahead on the way to a 2-1 win.
If you make a three-point landing, you don't get into this "no-man's land
People living there had sought a name for the previously nameless piece of land, located in Block 934, because they were effectively living in no-man's land
Kurdish people the world over love Kurdish painter Ismail Khayat for his action painting of schoolchildren in the war-stricken no-man's land
Between them lies a wasteland of barbed wire and corpses called No-Man's Land
Together they turned a no-man's land
into a promised land.
On Armistice Day, one of the most haunting Great War images showing the Liverpool Scottish (10th Scottish Battalion of the King's Regiment, Liverpool) under heavy shell-fire in no-man's land
, taken by seriously wounded Huyton soldier Frederick Alexander Fyfe, MC, during the assault of Bellewaarde Ridge, Battle of Hooge, June 16, 1916.
The one-off test run of trains through the 2.5-mile-wide no-man's land
is the latest symbol of historic reconciliation between North and South Korea.
On 26 minutes, the visitors grabbed the lead when Colwyn keeper Zak Hibbert was caught in no-man's land
and dispossessed by Sam Litchfield, who slid the ball home via a post.
Taking a position in the no-man's land
between the irreconcilable pro- and anti-Freud camps, Kramer approaches Freud both critically and sympathetically.
The hapless No.1 was caught in no-man's land
and could only watch in despair as the ball rolled past him to leave John Coutts the easy job of stroking home and sending the big travelling support into raptures.
military's preference for gearing up to fight "near-peer," state-sponsored professional militaries, our major enemy today is scruffy cells of religious zealots or political opportunists who operate in a pan-national no-man's land
. Where they will strike next against American interests, pitting their box cutters against aircraft carriers, is anybody's guess.