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  • These weapons were used in Bloodshed of thousands in Kazakhstan Tajikistan Uzbekistan Azerbaijan So now Russia is supplying weapons to Al Quida to Attack US Troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    Obama: U.S. not giving Israel green light to attack Iran

  • Trigger The Bloodshed are a name that have been on people's lips since their inception, but you could be forgiven for thinking that a band that are used to smashing craniums in tiny, sweatbox venues could get swamped on a platform the size of the Hammerfest main-stage.

    Metal Hammer

  • Bloodshed and bare bodies will return to Starz in January.

    Spartacus Returns With a Vengeance in January

  • Bloodshed has continued unabated in the Darfur region of Western Sudan, in the Congo where a woman is raped every minute, Somalia and, of late, organized sectarian killing in Homs, Syria;

    Evie M. Salomon: The Sound of Silence: Resolving To Speak Out In 2012

  • "Bloodshed Puts New Focus on Vitriol in Politics," declared a story in the New York Times, which focused primarily on the tea party and Sarah Palin in the context of mass murder.

    Murder in Tucson

  • A slim young man wearing a shirt that shows a skull and reads R.I.P. Brandon Little, Your Riches Are Acquired by the Misfortune and Bloodshed of Others crouches, covering his face.

    Mourning in Chicago

  • Bloodshed and death don't even merit a casual mention.

    Barry Eisler: The Definition of Insanity

  • You will find; I hope, that I have thus far endeavour'd manfully to get the pastoral noticed by the public, [2] but my introductions are crampt; and the public mind so engaged about War and Bloodshed that I begin to doubt much that the lowly and charming eloquence of that piece will never be heard.

    Letter 115

  • Bloodshed between death squads from the two rival Islamic sects brought Iraq to the brink of civil war before a U.S. troop buildup in 2008 helped rout the extremists from both sides.

    Iraq's Sunnis fear election could spark violence

  • Bloodshed in Yemen over the last three months hasn't reached the levels witnessed in Syria in recent weeks.

    Yemen Leader Balks at Quitting

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