Friday, December 9, 2022

GENOCIDE: When Gender Didn’t Matter

"I didn't intend to commit genocide. It is my children. I didn't plan to kill my children", Ancila says Ancila Mukaminega a prisoner, was married to a Tutsi. She says she killed...

Muhanga: Genocide Survivors Ask for Aid

Genocide survivors request their supporters to help them with something to do and save for the future instead of being given food that does not last.  The 1994 genocide against Tutsi survivors...
Rwanda UN Envoy Rugabwiza

Rwanda Seeks Russian Help to Stop UN Freeing Key Genocide Convicts

Survivors of the 1994 genocide against Tutsis in Rwanda and the government there are up in arms in reaction to plans by the UN tribunal set up to try genocide perpetrators...

Rwandans Laud Film on Genocide Trials, Want to See More

"The Arusha Tapes," a two-hour documentary film about the process of justice in the 1994 Rwanda genocide, was screened in two Rwandan townships last week, with over 400 people in attendance. The...

Former Rwandan Civic Leader Jailed for Genocide & Rape

ARUSHA (Internews) -- The United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) on April 28, 2005 sentenced to imprisonment for remainder of his life former councilor of Gishyita sector, Kibuye, Western...

ICTR Opens Fourth Court to Speed up Genocide Trials

The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) on 1 March,2005 opened the fourth court room to speed up trials of genocide suspects and to meet the closing UN strategy of 2008. The...
Gatagara Genocide Memorial Site

Nyanza Honors Gatagara Genocide Victims

Silvestre Muganamfura, the executive secretary of Mukingo sector in Nyanza district said on Monday that genocide against the Tutsi that happened 21 years ago in Rwanda will never happen again. Muganamfura said...

Gacaca Exodus?

In April 2005, thousands of Rwandans moved south into neighboring Burundi. According to some reports, they are fleeing to avoid being summoned to appear at Gacaca - Rwanda's village courts set...

Rwanda Jails Former President Bizimungu

Kigali - A Rwandan court sentenced former president Pasteur Bizimungu on Monday to 15 years imprisonment for charges that included creating a militia and inciting violence in a country still scarred...

Repatriating and Rehabilitating Rwanda’s Ex-Combatants

KIGALI - Ten years after the 1994 genocide Rwanda faces the challenge of demobilizing, repatriating and reintegrating thousands of former government soldiers and militia men who fled into the Democratic Republic...

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