Can we only imagine the indignation a contemporary series using a similar approach to the Holocaust would have raised? If the BBC had decided to broadcast the story of a woman who, having believed all her life to be a survivor of the Holocaust, discovered that she was, in fact, one of the victims of the attacks by Allied forces that the German people suffered during World War II?
The extradition of a genocide convict, Vincent Murekezi, yesterday, marks the beginning of a long-overdue obligation of Malawi—a southern African country that has been criticized for sheltering genocide fugitives for more than two decades. While Malawi is not the only country to extradite genocide suspects recently, Malawi […]
Sinaherukaga kumva ubuhamya bukora kumutima! Muri iyi video Rasta Rurangirwa Darius (Jah Bone D), aravuga itotezwa yanyuzemo kuva akivuka nk’umututsi, Imfu nyinshi yasimbutse mbere no mugihe cy’irimburabatutsi rya 94. Nubwo imvi zimaze kuba uruyenzi kumutwe we, hari aho agera ikiniga kikamufata, amarira agashoka ava mu maso ye yabonye […]
When I woke up late this morning, the news stories about the death of former UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, greeted me. I had to bite my tongue, however, to honestly mourn this man, who, once assumed an office with the power to make decisions of life and […]
The New Yorker, one of the most famous magazines in the United States, published a great piece yesterday featuring genocide survivors’ outrage towards the early release from prison of the genocide’s perpetrators. Below, Read the entire article by Gina Moore: In July, 1993, an eleven-year-old named Damas Dukundane got a new […]
Arusha, January 22, 2015 (FH) – The most complicated trial at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) is not finished. Although the Tribunal was due to close its doors at the end of 2014, the UN Security Council in December had to renew the mandate of certain […]