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barbarian

a member of a primitive or uncivilized people
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She added: "Last night we witnessed barbarity and savagery on the streets of Paris - the cold-blooded murder of innocent people.
Political Islamists, quite rightly, protested the massacres at Rabia Square in demonstrations in ystanbul; why don't they protest the barbarity and massacres of ISIL?
Malaysia is united with the Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan as well as the Jordanian people in this moment of shock and sorrow while condemning strongly the senseless barbarity and terror tactics," the Malaysian foreign ministry said.
We know the number of French who have died in Syria, close to 50, so we know the dangers and, sadly, we are not surprised to learn that French citizens or residents of France are found at the heart of these cells and taking part in this barbarity," he added.
A statement released by the organization called for 'the end of the Israeli occupation and the barbarity of the Israeli's army forces' [sic].
The statement added the government was determined to prevent such acts of barbarity as threatened innocent civilians.
The re-legalisation of the barbarity of hare coursing, fox hunting and deer chased down and killed by packs of dogs is the change that Cameron wants to see.
Here she updates it in light of the decline in union membership, the destruction of welfare, the rise of wealth and income injustice, and the general return to barbarity.
The barbarity of slavery and the industrial revolution are huge and difficult subjects to address, but King Cotton fails on all counts.
Are we to believe that all the barbarity of yesteryear was caused by the followers of
A LEADING Muslim organisation today condemned the barbarity of the failed car bomb attacks in London and Glasgow as it called on its faithful to provide "all the necessary support" to prevent terrorism.
Trimble and his team are helping the world to understand the true barbarity of the Saddam Hussein regime, and to see just how savage his rule was.