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Rwanda Genocide Fifteen Years Later

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Not good memories at all. It still feels weird to realize this tragedy. Humans killing each other. Even between animals these kinds of situations rarely happen. I dare to hope that this is not going to happen again and that the whole Africa (and the whole world) have learnt a lesson.

  For a detailed background on the genocide in Rwanda, see these posts on the Stop Genocide blog: False History, Real Genocide: The Use and Abuse of Identity in Rwanda and Genocide in Rwanda: “A Distinctly Modern Tragedy”.

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