The insurgent movement has previously claimed its bombers are always adult volunteers.
I once saw an insurgent cellphone video of an Afghan National Police enlistee.
Laghman, situated on one of the main Taliban infiltration routes to and from Pakistan, is a hotbed of insurgent activity.
In the other, the insurgent candidate, the one-time rebel who fell short and then cashed in by joining the elite.
While the overall security situation has improved, insurgent attacks on Iraqi government institutions continue.
The transportation of John Mitchell did not extinguish the zeal of the insurgent press.
A couple of miles off an insurgent steamer was sighted, but it passed on.
The camp was already filled with the insurgent soldiers, and no doubt his tent had been pillaged long before that time.
Three months of warfare had wrought dissension in the insurgent camp.
Armed with this magical blade, he continued his march into the wilds of Suruga, the haunt of the insurgent Ainos.
"one who rises in revolt," 1765, from Latin insurgentem (nominative insurgens), present participle of insurgere "rise up, rise against, revolt," from in- "against," or perhaps merely intensive, + surgere "to rise" (see surge). An obsolete verb insurge "to rise in opposition or insurrection" is attested from 1530s.