ニュースの中での Stronghold

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Washington Post
· The Trailer: The left worries about a 'hawk' as VP  
Most significantly, the measure won in suburban St. Charles County, the third-most-populous part of the state and a traditional Republican stronghold.
The Guardian
· No lights, no glass, no money: Beirutis hamstrung in efforts to rebuild  
Dahiyeh, the sprawling Hezbollah stronghold that makes up most of Beirut’s southern suburbs, was the scene of the city’s last major emergency when it was ripped apart by Israeli bombs during the 2006 summer war.
Malay Mail
· PBS ready to contest in its strongholds in Sabah state polls, says Ongkili  
PENAMPANG, Aug 6 — Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) is ready and raring to go for its traditional strongholds in the coming Sabah state election, said its president Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Ongkili.
FRANCE 24
· Turkey's foreign minister visits Libya  
GNA forces have also vowed to retake Sirte, the last major settlement before the traditional boundary between western Libya and Haftar's stronghold in the east.
The Independent
· US election 2020: Series of progressive candidates oust Democrat establishment figures in primaries  
“She ended a 50 year stronghold.
The Rio Times
· Evangelicals and ‘Militia Vote’ Renew Alliance in Trial by Fire for Bolsonarism in Rio  
He is still to face a major test at the polls in November's municipal elections in the city that is his electoral stronghold.
Seeking Alpha
· Neles Oyj (MXTOF) CEO Olli Isotalo on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript  
Our market position with those products, excluding India, it’s a good stronghold there, but our strategy is obviously expand to the global scale.
The New York Times
· Texas Democratic Primary Runoff Election Results: 24th Congressional District  
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The New York Times
· Burna Boy Has the Whole World Listening  
Burna Boy is a leader amid a bounty of new African pop that has been increasingly welcomed in the West: a confluence of widespread availability via streaming, discovery via word-of-internet rather than former gatekeepers, and the sheer inventiveness taking place outside established music-business strongholds.