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18 February, 16:31

Mass murder involves killing four or more victims by one or a few assailants within a single event. these single, uncontrollable outbursts are also termed:

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  1. 18 February, 17:07
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    They are also known as "outburst killings".

    Mass murder is additionally characterized as the purposeful and aimless murder of a substantial number of individuals by governments; for instance, shooting unarmed dissenters, tossing explosives into jail cells, and haphazardly executing regular folks. The biggest mass killings in history have been administrative endeavors to annihilate whole gatherings or groups of individuals, frequently based on ethnicity or religion as a result of abhorrence or narrow mindedness.
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