Definitions for "genocide"
The systematic killing of a racial or cultural group; as, the Nazi genocide of Jews left few in Germany or Poland after World War II.
(Derived from genos (race) and cide (to kill). A term created by Raphael Lemkin in the mid-1940s. It refers to the planned, systematic extermination of an entire ethnic, national, racial, or religious group. Most genocides in the 20th and 21st century have had a strong religious component. The murder of about 200,000 Muslims by Serbian Orthodox Christians during the 1990s is the most serious religiously-motivated genocide in recent years. Rwanda is an exception.
The 1948 Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide defines genocide as "acts committed with the intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnic, racial or religious group." (Note that defendant Dusko Tadic is not charged with genocide.) The indictment of July 25, 1995 charges Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic with genocide against Bosnian Croats and Bosnian Muslims.
Keywords:  drora, bloomberg, kass, conachy, thames
Genocide is episode 20 of the 1973 Thames Television documentary series The World at War. It contains first-person testimonies concerning the Holocaust, and features film footage and photographs of the events described. The episode was written by Charles Bloomberg, and was researched by Drora Kass and Susan Mc Conachy.
Genocide is an original novel written by Paul Leonard and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It features the Eighth Doctor, Sam, Jo and UNIT.
Keywords:  rocka, rolla, judas, gull, destiny
Genocide, released in 2000, is another compilation consisting of the first two Judas Priest albums, Rocka Rolla and Sad Wings of Destiny. Like several others in the past, Genocide was released under the label Gull Records, in an effort to "capitalize on Judas Priest's popularity." Judas Priest's management firmly states that people should not buy these compilations, because even though it would seem like a new album on the surface, it's just a re-issue of material already recorded.