Traducción de genocide en Español:

genocide

genocidio, n.

Pronunciación /ˈdʒɛnəsʌɪd//ˈdʒɛnəˌsaɪd/

nombre

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    genocidio masculino
    • Why is it acceptable to discuss reparations for the victims of genocide in some instances but not in others?
    • Its remit is to try offences of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.
    • Churchill argues that the experiences of his people are nothing less than genocide.
    • If the UN accepts that genocide is occurring, it is legally obliged to take action to stop it.
    • The higher politics of the Cold War were more important than stopping Pol Pot's genocide.
    • The report stated that much of what had been done to them was tantamount to genocide.
    • Surely one such lesson is that the denial of genocide is a dangerous and immoral thing.
    • The answer to how people or states convince themselves to commit murder or genocide is complex.
    • After we liberated Europe we did not come home to deny freedoms and practise genocide here.
    • Chris makes an interesting comment on the United Nations and use of the term genocide.
    • He may be charged with genocide and the trial could start next after this case.
    • The perpetrators of genocide were no different from those who did not participate in the bloodletting.
    • Racism and extreme nationalism, which live on in our new century, do not always lead to genocide.
    • They want him deported to Vilnius, the city of his birth, to stand trial for genocide.
    • It is less clear, Stephen speculates, that he will be found guilty of genocide.
    • He is expected to report on the region next month, to try to evaluate whether genocide has taken place.
    • As well as mass genocide, Stalin tore thousands of families apart by exiling men to the icy wastes of Siberia.
    • We see indicators of genocide, and there is evidence that points in that direction.
    • The tragedy is made all the worse because genocide is both predictable and preventable.
    • By guarding wide areas from swift armed advance on civilians, they can prevent genocide.