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It is curious that that the supposed "insult to the nation" delivered by those who dared to point out France's closeness to the genocidal regime in Rwanda caused more uproar, provoked more indignation, and, it seems, elicited more emotion than did the outrage inflicted on the 800,000 victims of the genocide.
The following is a guest post by Elisabeth King. King is the author of "From Classrooms to Conflict in Rwanda" .
Former President John Agyekum Kufuor returned home last night after about two weeks engagements in Brussels, London, New York and Washington DC.
Rwandan police on Tuesday paraded four people accused of planning grenade attacks on the country's leaders in revenge for the assassination of a former spy chief and fierce critic of President Paul Kagame.
Jeffrey Soffer, left, and his sister Jackie Soffer, right. Jeffrey is chairman and CEO and Jackie, principal, of the family owned Turnberry Associates, which owns the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, Aventura Mall, and Turnberry Isle Miami.
The worst-ever bomb attack on Nigeria 's capital that killed at least 71 people has sparked concern Islamists are shifting their targets from the northeast to the center and south of Africa's biggest oil producer.
Scholars from more than 40 countries at the United Nations-Mandated University for Peace in Costa Rica gathered on April 7th to honor victims of the 1994 Genocide against the  President Paul Kagame third from posing for a photo at the meeting in Dublin President Paul Kagame has emphasised on the importance of broadband in achieving sustainable ... (more)
KIGALE, Rwanda Last week saw the 20th anniversary of the start of the Rwandan genocide that took the lives of nearly one million Tutsis between April and June 1994.
Late on April 6, 1994, two surface-to-air missiles hit the Rwandan presidential jet on its final approach to the airport in Kigali, bringing it crashing to the ground and killing all on board.
In Kigali last week, thousands of mourners trekked through a thick predawn fog to converge on Amahoro Stadium.
Twenty years ago this April close to one million Rwandans were slaughtered by machetes, hand grenades and bullets in the swiftest and, perhaps, most savage genocide in modern history.
In the sixth part of the series on genocide, we bring you the speech by president Paul Kagame at the 20th commemoration of the genocide in Kigali, on April 7 Excellencies Heads of State and governments, Excellency Secretary-General of the United Nations, Excellency chairperson of the African Union Commission, Former Heads of State and government, ... (more)