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the savage killing of many victims

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Somalia is home to civil war and blood bath since 1993, every home in old or partitioned Sudan is drenched in human blood.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Bernard Valero warned that "the heavy weapons and tanks deployed by the Damascus regime cause fears there will be a blood bath.
He traces how the first Crusade began with a sermon by Pope Urban II and ended in a two-day blood bath, the sacking of Jerusalem and the slaughter of its inhabitants.
Analyst Mark Gerber said: "Expect a blood bath as pricing will have to get extremely aggressive.
One Town fan who witnessed the alleged assault, but declined to be named said: "It started off as a bit of shouting and ended up in a blood bath.
Shane, caught in the middle of what quickly becomes a blood bath, is forced to take the law into his own hands to survive.
Her perspectives include shape-shifting, singing songs, rites of man, women's work, exile from Ithaca, and blood bath.
could begin discussing travel or financial sanctions against Kibaki or Odinga if either insists on dragging his country into an ethnic blood bath.
Which means he wants our troops out, ensuring the Iraqi situation becomes even more of a blood bath.
The story of a Special Forces Vietnam veteran who can't find a place in postwar America has its moments before careening into a blood bath.
And first stop for gossip is, of course, the Deri Arms where Meic Pierce (Gareth Lewis) reads the headline, Blood Bath in Horror Flat.
There was widespread concern that Iraq would fracture into competing ethnic groups, punctuated by a blood bath of revenge killings against remnants of Saddam's Baath Party.
Arafat called a March 9th suicide bombing in a Jerusalem restaurant and blood bath at a Netanya tourist hotel 'heroic martyrdom operations,' thus he has made clear that destruction, and not peace, is his agenda.
PEACEMAKER David O'Leary has played down fears today's clash between Premiership bad boys Leeds and Arsenal could turn into a blood bath.
Landing craft could cross the wide mud flats only at flood tide, and if enemy fire could not be suppressed it would be a blood bath.