Global researchers protest BBC Genocide revisionist film
A group of 38 eminent scholars, researchers, historians and journalists from around the world has demanded that the BBC apologises for broadcasting an hour-long documentary earlier this month which they say revises and distorts the reality about the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
CLOCKWISE: Renowned British researcher and author Prof. Linda Melvern; Canadian Senator Gen. (Rdt) Romeo Dallaire, the commander of the UN force in Rwanda during the Genocide; former Czech Representative on the UN Security Council, Amb. Karel Kovanda; and Boubacar Boris Diop of Seu00ccu0081neu00ccu0081gal, author of u00e2u20acu02dcMurambi, the Book of Bones, are among those who signed the letter. (Internet photos)