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Jessica Isabel Robeson Jul 14
1.The Rwandan Genocide ended 25 years ago. A ceasefire was declared on July 15 1994, ending 100 days of carnage It’s an event that looms large in my aid-worker family’s psyche THREAD…with very distressing images
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Petrit Selimi Jul 10
Serbian President has “no intentions” visiting Srebrenica because ‘we need to stop revisiting the misunderstandings of the past”. . It’s genocide! Not . Brnabic refusing to accept the international judicial decision is a disgrace.
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HorizonArmenian News Jul 18
Letters referring to a decision to “annihilate” all Armenians are the authentic work of Bahaettin Shakir, one of the architects of the
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USCIRF Jul 11
Genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes often target the most vulnerable groups, including religious minorities. Read USCIRF's latest factsheet, which provides recommendations for holding perpetrators accountable:
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Samo Samra Jul 11
This is not Holocaust, nor Auschwitz, nor 1941... This is Prijedor, Bosnia 1992 Serb held Trnopolje, Omarska and Manjaca Concetration Camps. Never Forget!!!
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Denijal Jegić | دانيال ياغِتش Jul 10
my people were massacred. anxiety haunts me to this day. ⚜️
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Aida Mahmutović Jul 11
The youngest victim of is a newborn baby whose little bones were found 18 years after. Has she lived, her mother would name her Fatima. Her brother, who was only 5 at the time, carried her little coffin to its grave on his shoulder.
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Isabelle Poupart Jul 11
Last month, I visited the w 🇨🇦 colleagues -a moving, heart-wrenching experience. “We seek truth & justice, not revenge”: The dignity and quiet determination of the and other survivors of the was truly inspiring
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Naomi Litvin 🇮🇱 🇺🇸 20h
. Thank you for introducing Resolution for human rights abuses in ! The people face genocide every day. Please consider doing the same for in SouthEast Nigeria, they face also daily!
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Eric Reeves Jul 10
Many speak of the as having run from 2003 – 2004; this is the grossest of historical errors, an immoral myopia. The new EU representative to Sudan, Pekka , spoke up forcefully in 2006. We must hope he is as frank now in his assessment of junta.
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RogerDis 21h
Replying to @ewarren
Your are COMPLICIT in a . Man-made FRAUDULENT epidemic SIMULTANEOUSLY as 5.7 million FAILURES .
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Mirnes Kovac Jul 10
One of the most horrific sides of is mutilation of bodies of victims caused by multiple transfers from primary mass graves in the aftermath (Serb executors tried to conceal the crimes)- the remains of Senad Beganovic (14) were found in 4 different locations.
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AnnaRuta 🇷🇼 🇸🇰 13h
Rwanda Fugitives Prosecutor: We have intel on Kabuga and co-accused via
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Together We Remember 3h
At home and abroad, liberty is on the line, and with it, human lives. While some are stepping back, others are stepping up. Count dozens of teachers who just completed a three-day education institute at among those stepping up! 1/6
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Sivuthu Mandixole 20h
Replying to @helenzille
Ms , you're delusional as usual. There's a massive differed. Mexicans didn't slaughter millions of Native Americans or steal 90% land & cramp them into 7% land in their own country. Or steal all their natural resources which they still possess today
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Fausta A Ditah Jul 17
After 58 years of black on black in we have ⁩ ⁦⁩ If the in are not urgently addressed, the will continue, Gulf of Guinea deteriorates n we will be back again in a few years!
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patiencembuh Jul 18
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WaterEnvHealthWarrior'sofMA Jul 15
Ten stages of and it happening in the
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Siavash Jul 15
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Kardox Xansi Jul 16
The of 8000 Barzanis. 8000 men, women, children were taken by saddam’s regime to the deserts of southern Iraq, mass killed and mass buried.
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