Massacre

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  1. rows · The following is a list of events for which one of the commonly accepted names includes .
  2. Oct 07,  · Directed by Louis King. With Dane Clark, James Craig, Martha Roth, Miguel Torruco. A gang of gunrunners is sought by both the Mexican Federales and the Yaqui Indians for different reasons - by the federal police to prevent the marauding tribes from preying on innocent farmers and by the Indians because the gunrunners' leader sold them bad medicine resulting in blindness for many of their children/10(58).
  3. Aug 08,  · The massacre at the school was reported by the New York Times on August In the weeks that followed, Danish investigators working for the ICTY questioned a .
  4. Massacre early incarnation consisted of Michael Borders (bass) who along with Rick Rozz (guitar), Kam Lee (vocals), and drummer Bill Andrews co-wrote and created the material from From Beyond. Borders also appears on the compilation Tyrants of Death consisting of the bands classic demos and live recordings from the years to
  5. noun the unnecessary, indiscriminate killing of a large number of human beings or animals, as in barbarous warfare or persecution or for revenge or plunder. a general slaughter, as of persons or animals: the massacre of millions during the war. Informal. a crushing defeat, especially in sports.
  6. Srebrenica massacre, slaying of more than 7, Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) boys and men, perpetrated by Bosnian Serb forces in Srebrenica, a town in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, in July In addition to the killings, more than 20, civilians were expelled from the area—a process known as ethnic cleansing.
  7. Jan 20,  · Directed by Alan Crosland. With Richard Barthelmess, Ann Dvorak, Dudley Digges, Claire Dodd. Joe Thunderhorse, a Sioux Indian who has become the wealthy star of a Wild West show, returns home to his reservation after years away and finds that his father is dying and his people are being abused by corrupt white officials/10().
  8. Aug 03,  · massacre (third-person singular simple present massacres, present participle massacring, simple past and past participle massacred) To kill in considerable numbers where little or no resistance can be made, with indiscriminate violence, without necessity, and contrary to civilized norms.

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