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Genocide is the systematic murder or destruction of a national, ethnic, racial, or religious group.
Genocide may also refer to:
- Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, 1948 UN treaty legally defining the crime of genocide
- Genocides in history
Film and literature
- Genocide (film), a 1982 documentary film
- Genocide (Doctor Who), a 1997 original novel written by Paul Leonard
- "Genocide" (The World at War episode)
- Genocide (comics), a fictional character owned by DC Comics
- The Genocides, a 1965 novel by Thomas M. Disch
- Genocide (album), a 2000 album by Judas Priest
- "Genocide" (song), by Suicide Silence
- "Genocide", a song by The Offspring from the album Smash
- "Genocide", a song by Hammerfall from the album Threshold
- "Genocide", a song by Psyclon Nine from the album Divine Infekt
- "Genocide (The Killing of the Buffalo)", a song by Thin Lizzy from the album Chinatown
- "Genocide Initiative", a song by Carnifex from the album Hell Chose Me
- Genocide (video game), series of Japan-exclusive video games
- Genocide (online game), a 1992 MUD focused on player-versus-player conflict
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