October 1996 was the beginning of the deadliest and bloodiest period for refugees and population in Congo in general and for Hutu refugees in particular. On 18 October, the AFDL (Alliance des forces démocratiques pour la libération du Congo), was…
Millions of Congolese have lost their lives in a conflict that the United Nations describes as the deadliest in the world since World War Two. United States allies, Rwanda and Uganda, invaded in 1996 the Congo (then Zaire) and again in 1998, which triggered the enormous loss of lives, systemic sexual violence and rape, and widespread looting of Congo’s spectacular natural wealth.
Inside story of court case of the former Rwandan Prime Minister, Jean Kambanda at the ICTR who is believed have been convicted without trial in an kind of miscarriage of international justice.
Wikileaks publish the Cable by the US Ambassador to France commenting on French counter-terrorism and arrest warrants against Paul Kagame top aides for assassination of Habyalimana and French aircraft crew.
On a tip off from an informant from Kagame’s secret services, Umuvugizi newspaper Chief Editor Jean Bosco Gasasira revealed that a while ago the plan to imprison Madam Victoire Ingabire was engineered by Colonel Dan Munyuza assisted by Army General Rwarakabije.
There seems to be no precise standard procedures on how to recognize and deal with acts of genocide. Since the convention on the prevention and punishment of the crime of genocide, there have been crimes that were officially characterized as genocides. In places like Rwanda, Yugoslavia or Sudan, conclusions were formally reached by different entities.
“The lies we’ve been told for a long time. The truth about the Rwandan genocide. What they’ve never said about the real culprits…”: After the release of the final version of the UN report on genocide in Congo, Patrick Mbeko reposted one of his articles on the Rwandan genocide, an article which prompted to him several threats…
The Rwandan government’s virulent reaction against the Leaked UN report, are in total contradiction with the hate speeches of President Paul Kagame, who has often praised the actions of the Rwandan army in the DRC.