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Our most-read stories of 2018

2019 is just around the corner. The number of our readers continues to expand and our commitment to challenge injustice and indifference grows even stronger. I believe that each and every aspect of Genocide survivors’ life is a story worth telling—their opinions, their fears, and their hopes. As I look back on our most-read pieces of 2018, I’m glad that all these aspects won your attention this year.

  1.  Top 5 Rwanda Genocide Survivors on the move in 2018Eric+Murangwa+Eugene+Investitures+Buckingham+HRkgGaASSLtl
  2. Uwacitse ku icumu rya jenoside yakorewe abatutsi ni nde?
    Dr. Philippe Basabose
    Dr. Philippe Basabose. Photo/Aude Pidoux
  3. Xi Jinping at Kigali Genocide Memorial: Tribute or Hypocrisy?xi-jinping-quote
  4. The Dark legacy of #KofiAnnan

    Former UN secretary General, Kofi Annan. Photo credit: Pulse.com

  5. Unrepentant ”genocidaire”…

    philibert_muzima

    Author of ”Imbibé de leur sang, gravé de leurs noms”, Philibert Muzima.

  6. Nyuma y’amezi atatu yo “kwibuka twiyubaka”, tunibaze.kwibuka_16
  7. Can Genocide Survivors Forgive the Perpetrators?forgiveness Happy New year to you all! End.   Albert G

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