"bandit" French translation
Several regions are visibly insecure, infested with bandits and outlaws.
Many communities have lost their capacity to sustain themselves and been dispossessed, looted by rebels, rogue armed forces and bandits.
Fortunately, with the help of the international community, those Congolese puppets and Ugandan bandits will not be with us much longer.
We are all well aware of the criminal activities of such groups of thugs.
There is still far more of the rule of thugs than the rule of law.
To my knowledge these two thugs have been in the system before.
Teenage thugs broke into her home, bound her, blindfolded her and threatened her with assault.
Their lives and their country are held hostage by armed drugged thugs who destroyed the State and engulfed the region in chaos.
Seven of the 15 armed robbers “reintegrated” have court warrants outstanding against them, some for murder.
They told the police that they had been kidnapped by robbers in Viet Nam and requested to go back.
In the western part of the country, attacks by armed highway robbers created an acute sense of insecurity.
The actions of bandits and highway robbers also contribute to the climate of insecurity and are forcing the population to flee.
In addition, the activities of highway robbers and other bandits have forced a great many people to leave their homes in search of protection.
Synonyms (English) for "bandit":
Synonyms (French) for "bandit":
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Usage examples for "bandit" in French
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