September Massacre


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September Massacre

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(Historical Terms) (during the French Revolution) the massacre of royalist prisoners and others in Paris between Sept 2 and 6, 1792
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"This month will be remembered as the 'September Massacre of Manila's Heritage,' with the demolition of three of the city's most beautiful and iconic heritage buildings in just a span of two weeks," said HCS president Ivan Anthony Henares.
The chilling video clip obtained by CNN from a surveillance camera in Nairobi's Westgate shopping centre, shows the first day of the September massacre in which at least 72 died.
But Machiavelli had warned about the dangers of mercenary armies, something that Camara took no account of, for he quickly brought in South African mercenaries and ex-Liberian fighters to bolster his faltering regime--the Liberians in particular are implicated by Guineans in the September massacre.
The September massacre led the European Union and the African Union to impose sanctions on Guinea including weapons embargoes, visa bans and freezes on foreign bank assets.
Francesco Nuzzo, mayor of Pineta, said Makeba collapsed after performing at a concert against organised crime, which has been blamed for the September massacre of six immigrants from Ghana.
Francesco Nuzzo, mayor of Pineta, saidMakeba collapsed on Sunday night after performing at a concert against organized crime, which has been blamed for the September massacre of six immigrants from Ghana.
Our Prime Minister, who initially was slow to make the appropriate gesture of condolences for the September massacre of innocents in New York and Washington, has continued to imply that somehow the victims must share responsibility for that fanatical act.
Prieur chose for his illustration of the September Massacre not the scene outside the Abbaye, but one presumably inside the same building.
Carlyle, when writing of the September massacre, looks as though he is admitting it is not to be defended: 'That a shriek of inarticulate horror rose over this thing, not only from French Aristocats and Moderates, but from all Europe, and has prolonged itself to the present day, was most natural and right.' But it is a somewhat ambivalent condemnation for he goes on to give example after example of rulers acting with at least as much ruthlessness and with less justification: 'Kings themselves, not in desperation, but only in difficulty, have sat hatching, for year and day ...
Finally, said Padden, there is "the September massacre," when after spending millions on producing their new "dramatic and comedic gems," they "take them all and hurl them against the wall simultaneously in late September -presenting you and themselves with an absolutely impossible promotional challenge.
The 1988-Study was conducted after the 30th September massacre when Hyderabad had seen the worst ethnic conflict.
1666: Great Fire of London begins at 2am in Pudding Lane, 80% of London is destroyed 1792: In Paris rampaging mobs slaughter three Roman Catholic bishops, more than 200 priests, and prisoners believed to be royalist sympathizers during the September Massacres of the French Revolution 1902: "A Trip To The Moon", the first ever sci-fi film, is released 1944: Holocaust diarist Anne Frank is sent to Auschwitz concentration camp 1945: Japanese officials sign the act of unconditional surrender, finally bringing to an end six years of world war 1979: Police discover the body of a young woman - later confirmed to be the 12th victim of the Yorkshire Ripper - in an alleyway near the centre of Bradford 1985: It is announced that the Titanic has been found by a U.S.