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MOURNERS: Thousands packed the streets of Omagh on the 10th anniversary of the Northern Ireland conflict's bloodiest massacre
Thiepval Wood, close to Britain's main monument to the Battle of the Somme, was the launchpad for one of the most dramatic assaults on the first day of the catastrophic offensive and arguably the bloodiest day in British history.
Neville Dean looks at the roots of the conflict once labelled 'the war to end all wars: Conflict remains a 'national wound':The development of new weapons and the emergence of trench warfare made the Great War the bloodiest conflict the world had known.
AMERICAN-LED ground forces were last night said to have fought their way to within 300 yards of Taliban and al-Qaida positions in the icy Afghan mountains In one of the bloodiest battles of the war, they are up against an enemy that has sworn to die fighting and were met with a hail of fire from machine guns and rocket propelled grenades.
The sunshine contrasted with what was one of the bloodiest battles of the war when British and Polish paratroopers tried to take Arnhem Bridge over the Neder Rhine.
Yesterday's bright sunshine contrasted with what was one of the bloodiest battles of the war when British and Polish paratroopers tried to take Arnhem Bridge over the Neder Rhine.
The battle was one of the bloodiest of the war, when British and Polish paratroopers tried to take Arnhem Bridge over the Neder Rhine.
Once admired for its effective African-American organizations and its record of interracial co-operation, Detroit exploded in two of the bloodiest race riots of the twentieth century and by the 1980's was widely viewed as a prime specimen of the breakdown of urban America.
Last week a suicide bomb killed more than 215 people in Baghdad, the bloodiest day since the 2003 invasion.
The Somme was one of the bloodiest battles in human history with more than a million casualties.
ONE of the bloodiest episodes in world history began in earnest on this day in 1933 when Adolf Hitler declared the Third Reich.
AT least 30 people were killed and dozens wounded yesterday in a series of attacks on Iraq's bloodiest day since its elections.
The fighting was the bloodiest since the end of the war to oust Saddam Hussein's regime.
Last night's strike in the Nusseirat camp in central Gaza, in which 75 people were injured, was the bloodiest since an April missile raid on a Hamas leader in Gaza City killed nine people.
The fighting comes a month after the government called off their longest and bloodiest offensive in which more than 6000 people died.