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General News    H2'ed 11/12/12

"Sticks in Vaginas:" This Is What a Massacre Looks Like

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"The security situation in Masisi is worse due to the killings which were made by Nyatura mixed with FDLR (remnants of the Rwandan genocidaires) in the areas of Buloto village (Banyungu groupment) nearly 15 km West of Masisi," it begins. 

On November 2, three persons were killed and two shot and hospitalized. 

On November 4, two villagers were kidnapped and beaten until they paid a $20 ransom. 

On the same day, six members of the Hunde tribe were raped and killed at Buloto at 3:00 PM. 


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The next day, Sunday, at 7:10 am, young people brought the dead bodies, which included three adult women, two girls (9 and 15) and one two-year-old female baby to the Masisi administration office. The bodies were mutilated, and sticks were forced into the vaginas. The victims were IDPS at Masisi center but natives of Boloto village. Because of a lack of humanitarian assistance in the region, they decided to go and find food in the fields where they were raped, tortured, desecrated and murdered.


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Details of the massacre were confirmed by an online posting by the church organization Agenzia Fides.

4 Hunde women and two children were killed with machetes by members of the Hutu militia Nyatura. The women were surprised by their murderers while they were collecting bananas in a field and were raped before being killed.


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