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massacres refers to the killings that took place mainly in Istria during and shortly after World War II from 1943 to 1949, perpetrated mainly by the Yugoslav Partisans. This term includes by extension killings in
Template:AS Holocaust denial consists of claims that the genocide of Jews during World War II—usually referred to as the Holocaust —did not occur at all, or that it did not happen in the
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laws. Several countries in Eastern Europe and Scandinavia made spousal rape illegal before 1970, but other countries in Western Europe and the English-speaking Western World outlawed it much later, mostly in the 1980s and
transfer of a person from one nation to another. "Torture by proxy" is used by some critics to describe situations in which the United States has transferred suspected terrorists to countries known to practice torture.
miscarriage, an induced abortion is the intentional termination of a pregnancy (gestation). A woman may be included in the list regardless of the reason for the abortion, for instance whether it was a voluntary decision
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