Definition of 'badlands'
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He was one month into his first tour of the Afghan badlands and was looking forward to marrying his fiancée when he returned. The Sun (2009)BRITISH troops are being pulled out of the Afghan badlands two months early. The Sun (2014)The planes replaced Harriers in the southern Afghan badlands last month. The Sun (2009)The Red Caps commanding officer painted a picture of the lawless badlands they were sent to patrol. The Sun (2006)The reinforcement will take British numbers in the southern badlands to around 9,500. The Sun (2009)He would awake at what would be dawn in the tribal badlands of Afghanistan and Pakistan to monitor internet activity in the region. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The battalion has lost more than any other UK unit to fight in the Afghan badlands. The Sun (2009)IT is tragic that four soldiers died in one day in the Afghan badlands, and my condolences go out to all their families. The Sun (2009)
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