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Editorial: The world once abandoned us, we came out stronger
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Editorial
Migration is not an undignified exit
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Editorial: Willingness to try Genocide suspects is the missing link, not the evidence
Hundreds of mourners on Wednesday braved the rain to make the trek from former ETO-Kicukiro (IPRC-Kigali) to Nyanza Genocide Memorial for a commemoration event in honour of the over 2000 Tutsi killed at Nyanza Hill. The event discussed how the Tutsi were abandoned by the International Community in their hour of need. Most of the victims were made to walk from ETO-Kicukiro to their death after they were abandoned by Belgian peacekeepers who were part of the UN Mission in Rwanda at the time. Sam Ngendahimana.
Rwanda
Kwibuka24: International community on the spot
African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID) peacekeepers on April 7 commemorated the International Day of Reflection on the Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda with a ceremony at the Missionu2019s headquarters in El Fasher, North, Sudan The event, attended by the Missionu2019s Force Commander, Lt Gen Leonard Ngondi, included a march by various contingents serving under UNAMID. Rwanda, which maintains a peacekeeping contingent in Darfur, is observing a weeklong official commemoration of the Genocide, which claimed over a million of its citizens. Photo/Marong Lamin.
Rwanda
UNAMID commemorates Genocide against the Tutsi
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Editorial
It shouldn’t take two decades for Genocide orphans to get justice
Flame of remembrance at Gisozi Memorial Centre
Editorial
Whether one twists figures or plays around the word ‘Genocide’, the truth remains
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Editorial: “Ibyitso” chapter needs to be revisited
Six Genocide victims recovered in the district were laid to rest in Nyanza Genocide Memorial, Kicukiro District. Nadege Imbabazi.
Editorial: Genocide: We must prioritise intergenerational trauma
Rwandans in Kenya during a 'Walk to Remember' to commemorate Genocide against the Tutsi. Courtesy.
Editorial: Mourning our departed makes us stronger
Photos of some of the victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi at the Kigali
Editorial
We should not let true facts of the Genocide get distorted
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Editorial: Good news! Honeymoon is over for stealers of state coffers
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Editorial
Bringing Genocide suspects to account can help settle the question of reparations
Ngayaberura kneels down to aplogise for his role in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. (File)
Editorial
Reconciliation comes with a hefty price tag, but an inevitable one
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RIP Winnie Mandela, may we strive to have many more
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