Posts Tagged ‘Tanzania’

As the genocide perpetrators regrouped in the fall of 1994 to pursue their cause from their base in the refugee camps of eastern Zaire, they were fortunate to have friends in the Europe who were ready, able and willing to help on the crucial media front. (more…)

By The Guardian Reporter–11th April 2011

Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Minister Bernard Membe has said that Tanzania will remain committed to fighting against all forms of genocide and continue supporting any global and regional efforts to prevent genocide. (more…)

DAR ES SALAAM (Xinhua) — Tanzanian Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Bernard Membe has said that Tanzania shall remain committed to the fight against all forms of genocide and continue supporting any global and regional efforts to prevent genocide. (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…)

BY RICHARD MGAMBA–The Guardian 1st October 2010

Rwanda`s Chief Prosecutor, Martin Ngoga was in Dar es Salaam this week, among other things, to gather evidence on some prominent figures who have been wiring money to Hutu rebels in the Eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo. (more…)

Alex de Waal of Africa Rights was asked to comment on Susanne Jaspars’ article. He wrote the following letter as a response. (more…)

By Medecin Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders

November 10, 1994

Summary

The situation in the camps for Rwandese refugees in Tanzania and Zaire cannot be sustained. Humanitarian relief organizations may well be forced to halt their humanitarian relief activities. The security situation in the camps is deteriorating. Refugees do not enjoy adequate protection and live in fear for their lives with killings and disappearances becoming regular events. Refugees are being threatened and killed for wishing to return to Rwanda by the militia. (more…)