A generation of young Palestinians is trapped in the blockaded strip, with little hope for the future.
“If Donetsk is blockaded the humanitarian situation will be 10 times worse than in Slavyansk,” he continues.
The United States and Britain were at war with Germany and Japan and blockaded them.
The snap referendum was held two weeks after Russian forces seized the peninsula and blockaded Ukrainian soldiers in their bases.
The rescue mission saved the city when the Russians blockaded road and rail connections, trying to starve the population.
The town was at once invested on the land side; while the Count of Toulouse, with thirty French ships, blockaded it from the sea.
It had been blockaded for months with its keel out of water.
You are in an Indian country, few in number, blockaded by the snows, and far from assistance at this season of the year.
Their crime was high treason against Medina while it was blockaded.
The commanders of it had reached the Pass of Shuliyas, and had found it blockaded by the Musalmn ruler of the country.
blockade block·ade (blŏ-kād')
Intravenous injection of large amounts of colloidal dyes in which the reaction of the reticuloendothelial cells to other influences is temporarily prevented.
Arrest of nerve impulse transmission at autonomic synaptic junctions, autonomic receptor sites, or myoneural junctions through the action of a drug.