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Kagame and his RPF/A killed some Hutu, some Tutsi, some Twa and some foreigners during the 1994 massacres.

By Charles Kambanda An Executive Summary of the International Criminal Court for Rwanda ( ICTR) investigation report into Kagame and his RPA/F massacres in 1994, the massacres Kagame conveniently and shamelessly markets as Tutsi genocide! My position on the 1994

The meeting of RPR which was made secret

By RPF Gakwerere RPF meeting when Kagame had visited Rwanda was full of threats from beginning to its closure . They were all scared and no one had chance to enter with mobile phone as it has become a common practice

Rwanda: What crimes were committed against the Hutus and Tutsis?

The crimes that were committed, mainly in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo from 1 October 1990, against Rwandans, Hutus and Tutsis cannot be summed up in a single word or assigned a specific name without the risk of

Is Kagame & RPF trying to export their terror to UK & other Western countries?

Rpf Gakwerere For those who usually curse the messenger, I am merely a messanger and when someone inboxes me to share their messages, I try my best to deliver it to the intended audience unless it is a message discrediting

Militarisation of governance after conflict: beyond the rebel-to-ruler frame – the case of Rwanda

In states where rebels have become rulers, and especially in cases where rulers hail from a victorious insurgent group, there is a heightened risk of an authoritarian shift and an impo- sition of de facto one-party states.1 In East Africa, the examples of

Op-Ed: Rwandan Government tightens its oppressive reins

What lies beneath the surface of the faux veneer of ‘Africa’s Little Switzerland’, Rwanda? By BRANDON FINN. Rwanda is well known for its effective post-genocide recovery reforms. Since the atrocities of 1994, Paul Kagame, the leader of the Rwandan Patriotic

Vital Kamerhe : «Je voudrais dire au président Kabila qu’il n’est jamais trop tard pour bien faire»

Par Christophe Boisbouvier Au Congo Kinshasa, le président Joseph Kabila a le vent en poupe. Ce mercredi 30 octobre, dans l’est du pays, son armée s’est emparée de la dernière place forte des rebelles du M23. Par ailleurs, le 23 octobre,

RDC: Zuma calls on Congo rebels to lay down arms.

PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma called on rebel groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on Tuesday to lay down their arms. “I must …express that South Africa remains deeply concerned by the enduring conflict in eastern DRC, perpetrated by local

FLASH BACK: « FPR YAKOZE IKOSA RYO GUTERA U RWANDA, TARIKI YA MBERE UKWAKIRA, 1990″, YOWERI MUSEVENI.

Rwanda: Le Rwanda face au défi du capital social