Genocide is the deliberate and systematic destruction, in whole or in part, of an ethnic, racial, religious, or national group.

Genocides are often denied. One example is the Rowandan genocide where the U.N. denied that the Genocide was taking place at all. Genocides are the worst form of murder as most of the time the group doing the genocide sees their victims as mere animals, insects or vermin.

The following is a list of Genosides is in order of the number of people killed:

1: Tibet 2: USSR (the purges) 3: Holocaust 4: Belgian Congo 5: Japan (during WWII) 6: Turkey 7: Cambodia 8: North Korea 9: Ethiopia 10: Biafra (Nigeria) 11: Rwandan Genocide


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