- n. Plural form of atrocity.
“But in a hotel lobby, Modeer, the engineer, said he was willing to speak out against what he described as atrocities by Gaddafi's crumbling government.”
“SIDNER (voice-over): That case aside, this government report says the region is prone to what it calls atrocities against women, including buying and selling them.”
“SIDNER (voice-over): That case aside, this government report says the region is prone to what it called atrocities against women, including buying and selling them.”
“Meshoe said that by supporting Iraqi interests while remaining silent about what he called the atrocities perpetrated by”
“Taliban have rejected that, he said, because of U.N. indifference toward what he called the atrocities in Afghanistan.”
“Turkey condemns what it calls atrocities in Syria and says the world cannot watch another Sarajevo, the Bosnian city that endured years of siege warfare and international dithering in the 1990s.”
“Some say they were driven to leave because of what they described as the atrocities committed by government forces.”
“The rebel leader, Doku Umarov, has asserted responsibility and said it was in retaliation for what he called atrocities committed by the government's forces.”
“An Islamist rebel leader claimed responsibility for the suicide bombings on the Moscow subway system that killed 39 people two days ago, and threatened more attacks to avenge what he called atrocities ordered by Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in the Russia's volatile southwest.”
“Islamist rebel leader claimed responsibility yesterday for the suicide bombings on the Moscow subway system that killed 39 people two days ago, and threatened more attacks to avenge what he called atrocities ordered by Putin and President Medvedev often attend church ceremonies, and the state delivers valuable objects confiscated during the Soviet era to the”
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