Bloodshed


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Slaughter; the act of shedding human blood or taking life, as in war or murder
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The sultan in the headline apparently refers to President Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an, and the accompanying column says Erdoy-an is responsible for the current bloodshed in Turkey.
Lavrov stressed the urgent need to reach an early ceasefire and end the bloodshed in Yemen as well as to launch a UN-brokered process of political settlement via an inclusive national dialogue, according to the Russian News Agency (TASS).
We had common points; we have to witness the end of war and bloodshed in Yemen as soon as possible.
There were common points between us and both of us believed that we need to see the end of war and bloodshed in Yemen as soon as possible and the countries' attacks on Yemen should stop and a ceasefire should start so that different countries can send their humanitarian aids to Yemen after the ceasefire.
I denounce all acts of violence and bloodshed in all its forms and do not support foreign interference in Syrian matters as I was accused of.
In a statement on Sunday, the Movement said such a coalition would also encourage other terrorist organizations to carry out more bloodshed.
In a press conference, President Abbas said that his visit to Egypt aims at ensuring the resumption of the truce negotiations so as to stop the bloodshed and destruction.
The Emmy nominated actress Natasha Lyonne recently revealed that the new season will feature bloodshed.
With the recent bloodshed however the donation has sparked a firestorm of hate towards Cowell and he was bombarded with images of dead Palestinian children while being accused of helping Israel invade Gaza.
He expressed anguish over the criminal silence of the world community over the bloodshed of Palestinian people at the hands of Israel.
LAHORE -- Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) hosted All Parties Conference (APC) here on Sunday has unanimously demanded the resignation of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif in the backdrop of Lahore bloodshed on 17th June.
On this tragic anniversary, we call on world leaders to do more for Syria's children, women and men and to make sure that this is the last anniversary marked by bloodshed and to ensure Syrians in need - including civilians in areas under siege - can access aid.