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LE CANADA ET LE POUVOIR TUTSI DU RWANDA By Patrick Mbeko
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Soutenus par les puissances occidentales, ils envahissent le Rwanda pour y semer la mort et la dévastation. Le 6 avril 1994, ils assassinent deux chefs d’état africains... More > déclenchant ainsi un génocide au Rwanda ; ils massacrent la famille du chanteur Corneille et tuent froidement des prêtres canadiens et espagnols, avant de mettre toute l’Afrique des grands lacs à feu et à sang. Malgré le chapelet de crimes impressionnant, ces seigneurs de l guerre qui dirigent le pouvoir mono-ethnique du Rwanda jouissent d’un préjugé favorable auprès des décideurs politiques et des médias canadiens. En Avril 2010, ils reçoivent même la visite du Gouverneur général du Canada. Mieux. Paul Kagame, leur chef et actuel président du Rwanda, n’est pratiquement jamais critiqué par la classe politique canadienne, et son comportement n’a jamais fait l’objet d’aucun débat aux Communes au Sénat. Pourquoi ? C’est à cette question que tente de répondre Patrick MBEKO dans cet essai choc d’une implacable précision documentaire.< Less
Daily Life - Burundi Special edition By Sebastiaan Smit
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Burundi is a country in Eastern Africa which borders Congo, Rwanda and Tanzania. Between 1993 and 1999, the country has suffered from ethnic violence between Hutu and Tutsi tribes who at least killed... More > 250,000 people. Sebastiaan Smit wanted ten years after the end of the civil war with his own eyes see how the country has developed. He traveled the country in the period 2008 - 2012 several times from east to west and from north to south. For his documentary photobook Daily Life - Burundi Sebastiaan Smit made ​​portraits of the people of Burundi during their daily lives. A special place in the book is devoted to the Twa. The Pygmy people who are the original inhabitants of the country, a people who became unwittingly victims of the warring parties. The length of the Twa varies between 120 and 130 centimeters. The Twa are hunter-gatherers and are only 1% of the total population of Burundi.< Less
Daily Life - Burundi By Sebastiaan Smit
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Burundi is a country in Eastern Africa which borders Congo, Rwanda and Tanzania. Between 1993 and 1999, the country has suffered from ethnic violence between Hutu and Tutsi tribes who at least killed... More > 250,000 people. Sebastiaan Smit wanted ten years after the end of the civil war with his own eyes see how the country has developed. He traveled the country in the period 2008 - 2012 several times from east to west and from north to south. For his documentary photobook Daily Life - Burundi Sebastiaan Smit made ​​portraits of the people of Burundi during their daily lives. A special place in the book is devoted to the Twa. The Pygmy people who are the original inhabitants of the country, a people who became unwittingly victims of the warring parties. The length of the Twa varies between 120 and 130 centimeters. The Twa are hunter-gatherers and are only 1% of the total population of Burundi.< Less
SOB SUA PODEROSA MÃO By IMMACULEE HEDDEN
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Trazendo esperança e demonstrando perdāo, esta simples, porém profunda história, fala da sobrevivência notável de uma mulher durante o genocídio contra... More > os tutsis em Ruanda em 1994. Uma homenagem à coragem de muitos que enfrentaram tamanho mal, o livro Sob sua mão poderosa fala da fidelidade de Deus e nos oferece um profundo reflexo do mistério do imenso amor de Deus por todas as pessoas. Immaculée Hedden e seu marido Richard, trabalhavam com a JOCUM (Jovens Com Uma Missão), e tem ministrado o evangelho na Inglaterra e em outras nações.< Less
Title: In the Land of Joys and Sorrows - Our Life in Burundi By Ivar Serejski
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This autobiography covers a period of eleven years of work and exciting experiences in Burundi as well as those that characterized subsequent visits made to this country. It also describes the... More > adventures that have marked the two trips made in East Africa during this eleven-year period at a time when travel to these distant African countries were not sanitized and provided thrilling challenges. These adventures cover the implementation of the first tea plantation of 1,250 acres in Burundi in the province of Muramvya near the Kibiru forest and the management of an experimental agronomic research plan in the plain of Imbo. They also include one of the rare witnessing of the terrible atrocities committed during the coup d'état of 1972.< Less
Genocide in Rwanda By Benjamin Choe
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During the course of human history, a long termed epidemic had crossed over the world. It was an autonomous evil that still exists today and is driven by blind discrimination, hatred, and fear, which... More > cause people to execute other people simply based on their ethnicity or beliefs. These monstrous events that take place are known as acts of Genocide. Gregory H. Stanton of Yale University believed that Genocide could be classified into eight stages which he referred to as the Eight Stages of Genocide. He had formulated these stages through observation of common characteristics that, seemed to be shared by many genocides that had occurred in the past and it is through these Eight Stages of Genocide, that the mass killings, dehumanization, and segregation in Rwanda in 1994 are proven to being genocide. < Less
Genocide in Rwanda By Benjamin Choe
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During the course of human history, a long termed epidemic had crossed over the world. It was an autonomous evil that still exists today and is driven by blind discrimination, hatred, and fear, which... More > cause people to execute other people simply based on their ethnicity or beliefs. These monstrous events that take place are known as acts of Genocide. Gregory H. Stanton of Yale University believed that Genocide could be classified into eight stages which he referred to as the Eight Stages of Genocide. He had formulated these stages through observation of common characteristics that, seemed to be shared by many genocides that had occurred in the past and it is through these Eight Stages of Genocide, that the mass killings, dehumanization, and segregation in Rwanda in 1994 are proven to being genocide.< Less
Au pays des joies et des drames - Notre vie au Burundi By Ivar Serejski
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Ce récit autobiographique couvre une période de onze années de travail et d’aventures au Burundi ainsi que celle relative à des visites ponctuelles... More > réalisées après cette période. Il nous fait également découvrir les aventures vécues au cours de deux voyages réalisés en Afrique de l’Est pendant ces onze années à une époque ou les voyages dans ces lointains pays n’étaient pas aseptisés et offraient des défis permanents. Ces aventures couvrent la mise en place de la première plantation de cinq cents ha de thé au Burundi dans la province de Muramvya en bordure de la forêt de la Kibira et la direction d'une station expérimentale de recherche agronomique dans la plaine de l’Imbo. Elles comprennent également un des rares témoignages des exactions terribles commises lors du coup d’état de 1972.< Less
Mukuru By Sera Yoo
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The Rwandan Genocide was a mass killing of Rwandan Tutsis by the Hutus. In around 100 days, 500,000-1,000,000 people were killed. This fictional story is an introduction to the Rwandan Genocide and... More > shows the importance of standing up for what is right.< Less
Metals of Compassion By AKAN ANTE
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In April 1994, the Hutus began a campaign of genocide against their fellow neighbors the Tutsis and moderate Hutus. Within 100 days, 800,000 men, women and children were killed. The killing was... More > stopped by rebel RPF forces aided by fellow Tutsis from nearby Burundi, Uganda and Congo. As the rampaging RPF forces enter Kigali, panic stricken Hutus-the army and ethnic militia or Interhamwe- fearing revenge for all their misdeeds make to escape across the border into Kenya and other neighboring countries. It was an all man for himself situation. Along the way some are hit by stray bullets and left for dead. Here is one such encounter.< Less

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