|attempted to flee||逃げようとした|
|flee the country||国から逃げる|
|forced to flee||強制的に逃げる|
|managed to flee||逃げることができた|
|tried to flee||逃げようとした|
· Coronavirus live updates: Australian death in Bali investigated for Covid-19 as Nev Power appears before Senate – latest →
We have thousands being turned away every night in Australia from crisis accommodation, mums and kids fleeing violence, veterans sleeping in our parks.
· Is Texas in play? New poll suggests Joe Biden has a chance to win Lone Star State →
Suburban women have been fleeing from the coalition Mr Trump cobbled together last time.
· Libya unity govt forces reseize Tripoli airport in blow to Haftar →
The fighting for Tripoli has killed hundreds and forced around 200,000 people to flee.
The New York Times
· Your Thursday Briefing →
Britain said it would open its doors to three million people fleeing the former British colony.
· Nearly a dozen deaths tied to continuing unrest in US →
Another officer shot back, and the suspects fled but were arrested.
· Gold: Go For Gold In The Competition For Yield →
With an impending recession (or some may say we are already in it), I see a massive upside for gold in coming months as more investors flee to gold as a cover against reversal of the current bear market rebound.
· Russian air raids target NW Syria for first time in three months →
No injuries were reported but opposition activists in the area said the air raids forced hundreds of people to flee their homes to safer areas further north.
· ‘It happens here too’: As George Floyd outrage spreads, France confronts its own demons →
And while many Parisians fled to countryside residences or switched to working from home, the capital’s poorer suburbs supplied most of the frontline workers who kept the metropolis running.
The New York Times
· 13-Year-Old Will Plead Guilty in Stabbing Death of Barnard Student, Tessa Majors →
Mr. Weaver is accused of stabbing Ms. Majors, while investigators say Mr. Lewis restrained her to prevent her from fleeing.
· French court backs UN trial for Rwanda genocide suspect →
Prosecutors say Kabuga's money and connections helped him avoid arrest for decades after he fled Rwanda for Switzerland in July 1994, though he was ordered to leave the country just one month later.