Part of the problem with Japan, it appears, is conflicting information coming from the plant.
Unsurprisingly, Skinner was convicted despite the weapon not being found and conflicting testimony identifying him as the shooter.
They placed their hopes on a missing lifeboat capsule, but there were conflicting news reports about whether it had been found.
However, confusion and conflicting reports led to uncertainty as to whether the vote was official.
No such discipline exists within Team Oksana, which is a virtual circus of coming-and-going players with conflicting agendas.
Ah, Monsieur, I am so torn by these conflicting states of mind that what wonder my guardians think me changed!
Later he involved himself in explanations that were both obscure and conflicting.
These conflicting thoughts agitated me during the entire day, and I knew not what to decide on.
What a storm of conflicting passions this must have roused in his soul!
All at once a sound broke across the hot flights of her conflicting fancies.
early 15c., "armed encounter, battle," from Old French conflit and directly from Latin conflictus (see conflict (v.)). Meaning "struggle, quarrel" is from mid-15c. Psychological sense of "incompatible urges in one person" is from 1859 (hence conflicted, past participle adjective). Phrase conflict of interest was in use by 1743.
conflict con·flict (kŏn'flĭkt')
A psychic struggle between opposing or incompatible impulses, desires, or tendencies.