• Any stealth game is a kind of real-time puzzle game with the option of brutal violence.

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  • It's no secret that movie and television audiences have a taste for sensational dramas, driven by raw passion and brutal violence.

    NPR: Motherhood and Murder: Cherubini's 'Medea'

  • Twice in the last five months, San Francisco sports fans have been the victims of brutal violence at professional games involving arch rivals.

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  • We condemn all of the attacks that have been launched, the brutal violence against the Syrian people, and we certainly have seen no signs yet of the Assad regime abiding by its commitments, which is obviously quite unfortunate.

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing

  • They argue that there are many places in the world where innocent civilians face brutal violence at the hands of their government, and America should not be expected to police the world, particularly when we have so many pressing needs here at home.

    WHITEHOUSE: President Obama’s Speech on Libya

  • But the degree of rancor and hatred and sheer brutal violence that's going on in Iraq right now between Sunnis and Shiites is - I mean, I think you have to go back to the 1500s to find another period in which it was this bad.

    NPR: Early Divisions at Root of Sunni-Shia Conflict

  • In addition, the United States condemns the Asad regime's use of brutal violence and human rights abuses and calls on the Asad regime to step aside and immediately begin a transition in Syria to a political process that will forge a credible path to a future of greater freedom, democracy, opportunity, and justice.

    WHITEHOUSE: The White House

  • Karachi manages to hold together because bouts of brutal, though contained, violence are interspersed with dealmaking and calm.

    ECONOMIST: Violence in Karachi

  • Possibly, but whatever the truth, it was a brutal reminder of Mexico's scope for organised violence.

    ECONOMIST: Mexico

  • Beginning in the nineteen-eighties, they gradually adopted a strategy that focussed on preventing prison violence rather than on delivering an ever more brutal series of punishments for it.

    NEWYORKER: Hellhole

  • In recent times, in the three decades following the violent break up of Pakistan in 1971, we may cite from a long list of similar violence a few examples of Muslims engaged in brutal conflicts within a state, or inter-state conflicts of two or more Muslim majority states.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Muslim-on-Muslim Violence

  • Americans and people all over the world have been moved by the images of courageous Syrians standing up to a brutal regime, even as they suffer the consequences of the violence waged against them by the Assad government.

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  • This ethnic-Albanian shadow state and Serbia have so far avoided war thanks to Mr Rugova's urging of his people to eschew violence and Mr Milosevic's reluctance to repeat the brutal ethnic cleansing that failed to stretch Serbia's borders into Bosnia and Croatia.

    ECONOMIST: Kosovo

  • The level of violence in Iraq will fall as an ill-equipped Iraqi police force turns repressive and brutal to fight insurgents.

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  • The Chechen leadership made a very different choice, opting for a war of independence against the Russians that almost immediately descended into criminality, nihilism, and depraved violence, with both sides in the conflict seemingly waging a competition to see who could be the most brutal.

    FORBES: Russian Oppression And Chechnya: Violence Is A Choice

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