bloodbath


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the savage killing of many victims

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21 ( ANI ): The Oxford English Dictionary has apologised after an advance selection procedure chose "bloodbath" as its word of the day on December 18.
UN spokesman Gordon Weiss said today the international organisation had long warned of a potential bloodbath in the war zone and said "that bloodbath has become a reality".
A wedding party in Turkey turned on Monday to a bloodbath. It all started when armed men raided the in southeast Turkey, killing at least 44 people, authorities said.
Neighbours described the London flat as 'a bloodbath' and police said they believed all three had been the victims of a frenzied stabbing spree.
Tony Blair's official spokesman said the government hoped that a "bloodbath" could be avoided.
The bloodbath in Paris-which only in January reeled from the attack on the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo that resulted in the killing of 10 including the editor, cartoonists and other members of the staff-represents a new and frightening level of terrorism with which not only France but also every other nation that values liberty, equality and fraternity has to come to grips.
THEY had met to settle their differences - but a scuffle between five outlawed biker gangs quickly escalated into a bloodbath, leaving nine dead and 18 badly injured.
A HUSBAND and wife are dead and their daughter is fighting for her life after a knife bloodbath yesterday.
The Duchess of Cambridge had become the target of animal rights groups over the traditional event they describe as a 'bloodbath'.
The animal charity described the scene in Darlaston as a "bloodbath".
Bookmakers were saved by the bell when 40-1 outsider Shamayoun prevented a first-day betting bloodbath at Cheltenham.
Al-Qaeda supporters warned of a bloodbath at that time.
The RSC said the unusual initiative would complement the forthcoming run of Titus Andronicus, the rarely-performed revenge play which has been described as the biggest bloodbath in Shakespeare's canon.
The 200-strong Miss World entourage, including the contestants, were escorted to the airport by armed police after three days as virtual prisoners in a hotel in the capital Abuja after a row over the TV contest triggered the bloodbath.
I NOTE that David Dein of Arsenal comments in Mercury Sport that if the PFA strike goes ahead it could result in a bloodbath.