France Has ‘Overwhelming’ Responsibility for Rwanda Genocide, Report Says

 The report, commissioned by President Emmanuel Macron, found that France’s colonial mind-set had blinded it to the atrocity. The authors, though, cleared France of (...)

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 26/03/2021

France Has ‘Overwhelming’ Responsibility for Rwanda Genocide, Report Says

 The report, commissioned by President Emmanuel Macron, found that France’s colonial mind-set had blinded it to the atrocity. The authors, though, cleared France of (...)

News about Rwandan Genocide, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.

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France Enabled 1994 Rwanda Genocide, Report Says

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30/03 | “Do Not Disturb,” by Michela Wrong, paints a picture of a country, and a region, long vexed by ethnic conflict, corrupt leadership and (...)

France Has ‘Overwhelming’ Responsibility for Rwanda Genocide, Report Says

26/03 | The report, commissioned by President Emmanuel Macron, found that France’s colonial mind-set had blinded it to the atrocity. The (...)

He Was the Hero of ‘Hotel Rwanda.’ Now He’s Accused of Terrorism.

2/03 | Long hailed for his bravery during the 1994 Rwandan genocide, Paul Rusesabagina is now charged with being an insurgent leader. Did (...)

The Daily : Paul Rusesabagina and the Battle for the Soul of Rwanda

18/02 | The tale of Paul Rusesabagina, the “Hotel Rwanda” hero who is now accused of terrorism, speaks to the predicament of the African (...)

Preserving Brutal Histories, One Garment at a Time

22/01 | An expert in conserving garments for museums and collectors finds a new calling in saving the clothes worn by victims of (...)

Belgium Arrests 3 Men Suspected of Involvement in Rwandan Genocide

3/10 | The men, whose identities were not made public, are charged with serious abuse of human rights.

Le Héros d’‘Hotel Rwanda’ Pris au Piège de L’Homme Fort du Pays

19/09 | Paul Rusesabagina, le plus célèbre des Rwandais, est le prisonnier de son ennemi juré, le président Paul Kagame. L’ancien hôtelier est (...)

El héroe de 'Hotel Rwanda', Paul Rusesabagina, detenido en Ruanda

19/09 | Paul Rusesabagina pasó de ser el ruandés más famoso del mundo a prisionero de su némesis político, el presidente Paul Kagame, cuyo gobierno (...)

How a Savior of Rwanda, Paul Rusesabagina, Became Its Captive

18/09 | Paul Rusesabagina went from the world’s most famous Rwandan to a prisoner of his political nemesis, President Paul Kagame, whose (...)

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