Posts Tagged ‘Arusha’

KELVIN JAKACHIRA | HARARE – Apr 13, 2011

A United Nations court set up to prosecute suspects in the 1994 Rwandan genocide will next month start examining evidence against two of the tribunal’s most wanted men, one of them believed to be holed up in Zimbabwe. (more…)

 

By Caroline Thomas

A few feet away from me stands Tharcisse Muvunyi, former commander of the Rwandan military school Ecole des Sous Officiers (ESO). A tall, powerful-looking man, he seems younger than his 53 years, and has an air of authority and confidence in his grey pinstripe suit and red patterned tie. (more…)

By Cassandra Cotton

In a country where “…radio has become like the voice of God…”1[1], it should come as no surprise that the media, and in particular, the radio, played a central role in an ethnic conflict as bloody as any known in recent history. (more…)