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Thus ended the saga of events in the halls of Congress, the killing fields of Antietam, the Battle at Gettysburg, and the once quiet streets of Medina.
One of the earliest images is of a tractor, plowing through dark loam and unearthing an artillery shell, presumably from the killing fields of the First World War.
Second World War civil conflicts, joining the Balkans, Rwanda, the killing fields of Cambodia and the long Colombian insurgency in terms of sheer brutality, inhumanity and lethality.
Iranian aircraft are sustaining Syria's killing fields and setting the stage for escalation against Israel.
Historians estimate that beginning in 1965, between 500,000 and 1 million Indonesians were killed in Gen. Suharto's bloody rise to power, the worst mass slaughter in Southeast Asia's modern history after the Khmer Rouge killing fields in Cambodia.
There are guns in the suburbs and in rural areas, and yet the suburbs aren't killing fields.
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