Posts Tagged ‘Victoire Ingabire’

Press release from African Rights

The ongoing violence in the northwest of Rwanda could have been predicted by anyone familiar with the nation’s troubled history. (more…)

By RNA Reporters November 15, 2010

The loose coalition of troubled opposition parties is again under threat after the Green Party was ordered to live the block by the African Green Federation (AGF) – a coalition of green parties in the continent. (more…)

By Magnus Mazimpaka November 16, 2010

Rwandan prosecution is asking the United States to help investigate Paul Rusesabagina, a man wrongfully portrayed as a hero in the movie, Hotel Rwanda. (more…)

By Tom Ndahiro

April 7, 2010 was another day to embrace bad memories. I travelled to the Southern province of Rwanda, to a place called Kilinda. I went there with my friends, Senator Valens Munyabagisha and his wife Rose Uwimbabazi. (more…)

By Tom Ndahiro

On Monday 29, March 2010 the Guardian published Martin Kimani’s article with a title: “For Rwandans, the pope’s apology must be unbearable: If sexual abuse in Ireland warrants his contrition, what contempt is shown by the Vatican’s silence over its role in genocide”. (more…)

By Tom Ndahiro

True, Ingabire is a biological parent to kids. Equally true, she stands as custodian of Hutu extremism and leader of hardcore genocidaires worldwide. (more…)

ABC Radio National – Background Briefing: 21 February 1999

[This is the print version of story http://www.abc.net.au/rn/talks/bbing/stories/s19237.htm]

Program Transcript

Bronwyn Adcock: In the space of just 100 days in 1994, around 800,000 people were murdered in a systematic and vicious genocide. This crime took place in the small central African nation of Rwanda. The rivers of Rwanda clogged with mutilated bodies and churches and schools filled with thousands of corpses. (more…)