Mass Murder

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The systematic killing of a population, either entirely or the majority thereof. A mass murder may be perpetrated with the tacit or active support of a community or a group in the society in which it occurred, and usually is a single event. History’s largest mass murders have been attempts to exterminate an ethnic and other group—i.e., genocide
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The Khojaly massacre -- also considered the most lamentable and bloody chapter of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan -- occurred overnight between Feb.
These testimonies will add new perspectives and knowledge to the history of the Nanjing Massacre and will be integrated into the Institute's Visual History Archive in February 2014.
Rival political families were involved in the massacre.
An event like the Fort Pillow massacre inevitably generates multiple and contradictory accounts, and Cimprich's conclusions are drawn carefully from what the available evidence will allow.
WHAT: Lunch Discussion on Human Rights Conditions in Egypt since the Rabaa Square Massacre
He claimed Madymak massacre in which 37 people were killed on July 2 and three days later BaE-bay-lar massacre in which 33 were killed yn July 5 was directed by the US.
However, in July 1995, the United Nations Protection Force, represented on the ground by a 400-strong contingent of Dutch peacekeepers, Dutchbat, did not prevent the town's capture by the VRS and the subsequent massacre.
The massacre was considered by Amnesty International as the bloodiest civilian massacre carried out by Boko Haram group.
The additional district and sessions judge Raghvendra Kumar Singh acquitted all the 24 accused persons in the massacre citing "lack of evidence".
Prosecutors from Serbia and Bosnia say they have jointly cracked the case of the 1993 Strpci massacre, in which 19 men were snatched off a train.
The massacre led to killing 1700 Iraqis by Da'ish organization before two months.
I am certain that Arab countries have enough power and political authority to stop the ongoing massacre in the shortest time possible.