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Unformatted text preview: blooded Tasmanian died in 1876. The term genocide is used to describe the deliberate, systematic killing of an entire people or nation. This term is often used in reference to the Holocaust, Nazi Germanys extermination of 12 million European Jews and other ethnic minorities during World War II. The term ethnic cleansing was introduced as ethnic Serbs instituted a policy to eliminate Muslims from parts of Bosnia. More recently, a genocidal war between the Hutu and Tutsi people in Rwanda left 300,000 school-age children orphaned....
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