brutality

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a cruel act or an instance of cruel behavior

Synonyms for brutality

the trait of extreme cruelty

a brutal barbarous savage act

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The testimony was a major breakthrough for the country's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which has been struggling for months without much success to connect top officials in the white minority governments to the brutalities of the past.
People who are attacking parliament are present in front of Parliament and are being aired to whole globe but no one is taking notice of the ongoing brutalities in Balochistan," he maintained.
Dialogue process should be started in Balochistan also so that brutalities could be stopped," he added.
As an instance of US brutalities, it pointed towards the operations in Kandahar and the night raids strategy of US general, David Petraeus, which according to the Taliban caused deaths of thousands of civilian Afghans, and razed "whole villages" to the ground.
PESHAWAR -- A large number of people on Friday stage protest rallies against the brutalities by Israeli forces against unarmed Palestinian people and deplored the attitude of United Nation(UN).
Protest rallies and processions went through Main Parachinar Baazar and reached to Shaheed Park where it turned into a public meeting and was addressed by Ulemas including Syed Abid Hussain Al-Hussaini, Alama Syed Safdar Ali Shah Naqvi, Alama Munir Hussain, Musarat Bangash and other people by criticizing the brutalities of Israeli forces.
ISLAMABAD, August 20, 2010 (Frontier Star): House Business Advisory Committee of Senate has decided that the 64th session of Upper House would be continue till October 01 and would discuss the situation after the massive flooding and over all law and order situation of the country while a resolution against the brutalities of Indian authorities on innocent Kashmiris would also be presented in the session.
ISLAMABAD -- Chairman of the Parliamentary Special Committee on Kashmir Maulana Fazl ur Rehman Friday condemned Indian brutalities in held Kashmir and urged international community to help resolve the core Kashmir issue.
He said Pakistani people could not remain disengaged with their Syrian brethren and Pakistani people strongly condemned the brutalities in Syria.
ISLAMABAD, August 20, 2010 (Balochistan Times): House Business Advisory Committee of Senate has decided that the 64th session of Upper House would be continue till October 01 and would discuss the situation after the massive flooding and over all law and order situation of the country while a resolution against the brutalities of Indian authorities on innocent Kashmiris would also be presented in the session.
The MCC during a meeting in Rajouri said that the Muslims of Jammu region were united and would not tolerate brutalities against Kashmiri people, KMS reported.