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Years of violence and bloodshed have left much of the country in ruins.
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The bloodshed quickly broadened the protests from details of the social security system to a demand for the resignations of Ortega and Murillo.
Perpetual horror and bloodshed, from guests and hosts alike?
Meanwhile, Pope Francis called on world leaders to renew efforts to bring peace to Syria, saying he was deeply troubled by their failure to agree on a joint plan to end the bloodshed.
Survivors unite After the shooting, Room 1214 created a text group, in search of comfort from those who heard the same gunfire, saw the same bloodshed and feared for their lives in the very same space.
Instead of trying to stop the unrelenting bloodshed on the city’s streets, Sanchez had actually resumed his old role as a leader of the notorious Gangster Two-Six Nation, prosecutors alleged in a court filing this week.
The bloodshed marks a worrying turn for Tanzania, a gas- and gold-rich country of about 56 million people.
As the debate over guns rages, a study out Friday underlined one key fact: There is little research in recent years to show whether gun policies can stem the bloodshed.
But in April, the bloodshed has surged again, with 29 killings in the past three weeks.
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: the killing of people especially in a war
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