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The group gathered at ystanbul's Taksim Square and placed a wreath in front of Taksim Republic Monument in memory of the people killed in the massacres.
Gilles Manceron, historien et vice-president de la Ligue francaise des droits de l'Homme Interroge a l'issue de sa conference sur [beaucoup moins que] la reconnaissance par la France des ses crimes et les aspects juridiques que peuvent utiliser les associations des victimes algeriennes des massacres du 8 mai 1945 [beaucoup plus grand que], Gilles Manceron a rappele que les plaintes enregistrees en Amerique du Sud, par exemple, ont ete suivies d'effet immediat.
According to reporter, over 50 people were gunned down by Indian troops in two separate massacres at Zakura and Batmaloo areas of Srinagar on March 1, 1990.
With its alleged corruption and inefficient military, the Nigerian government had failed to inform the world about the massacre on time.
Patna: Villagers in Bihar are shocked a day after a local court acquitted all 24 accused people in the 1999 massacre of 23 Dalit villagers after 16 years of trial.
BEIRUT: Lebanon's Christian leaders Thursday condemned the massacres in Gaza and the persecution of Christians in Iraq's Mosul, with Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea calling on Arab states to join forces to end the war on the Palestinian enclave.
Arab NewsFormer Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, known as the perpetrator of Sabra and Shatila massacres in 1982, died after eight years in a coma.
Damascus, (SANA) -- The Public Freedoms and Human Rights Committee of the People's Assembly condemned the massacres committed by the armed terrorist Takfiri groups against the Syrians, the latest of which took place in Adra city.
NNA - Former Prime Minister Sd Hariri issued the following statement: "No words can describe the massacre inflicted by Bashar Assad's forces on hundreds of children, women and innocent Syrian civilians in the (Al-Ghouta) suburb of Damascus, except that it is worse than what a human mind can produce, like other horrible massacres in Human history, since the days of Hulagu and Hitler, the massacres of Rwanda, Burundi and Bosnia, to the massacres of the Haganah in Palestine and Sabra and Shatila.
Massacres and expulsions of Palestinians created an atmosphere of fear and panic that forced hundreds of thousands from their homes.
Walid Khalidi, author of All That Remains, says that the Palestinian inhabitants at Dawayma faced one of the larger Israel massacres, though today it is among the least well-known.
Elizabeth Grant Newport, Gwent HOW many more terrible massacres have to happen before America finally realises it must tighten up its gun laws?