And ultimately, this is why Corrie was where she was: Because Israel has treated the Gaza Strip as a war zone since 1967.
Towards the end of the war, Allied Troops bombed bridges and vineyards in the region, turning the Mosel into a war zone.
Broadwell was determined to follow her mentor into the war zone to continue her research.
Here, McCurry speaks with The Daily Beast about Brazil, working outside of a war zone, and that famous cover image.
Their militarized garb reflected the atmosphere: West Florissant is a war zone.
It is not as it was last October, when Paris was part of the war zone.
Women can come into the war zone, on various pretexts, but wives cannot.
It was rather close to the war zone in these days, but that had not struck them as an obstacle.
The fact was that the worst part of the war zone was ahead of us.
This doubt alone could explain the corps' decision to relegate the units to the backwaters of the war zone.
A situation or place where there is fighting or crime, such as a rough neighborhood: the war zone of Bridgeport