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Ben M Freeman Apr 8
Yesterday marked the 25th anniversary of the beginning of the . In just 100 days around 800,000 Tutsi people were murdered. We must remember these events & we must try to understand what led to them so we can truly learn from yesterday for a better tomorrow.
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Hasib N Apr 7
25 years ago marks genocide that led to the killing of nearly 1 million people in just 100 days. It started with encouragement to marginalize w prejudice & bigotry the Tutsi ethnic group. Propaganda was announced to leave none alive Bigotry leads to genocide
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Florian Dorner Apr 7
25 years ago, the international community failed an entire country. Seeing how things in Yemen and Syria have developed, i seems like we have not learned a whole lot since. Incredible series of one perspective on the survivors of the .
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omer Jul 16
On the 25th anniversary of the something equally sinister is brewing in India which poses a far greater threat to humanity due to the sheer size of India's population (223 times that of Rwanda's in 1994).
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Brandon Neal Apr 7
25 years ago today started the when an estimated 500,000 to 1 million Rwandan Tutsi were exterminated. Let it be a reminder what can happen when those who hate people based on things like religion and ethnicity gain power. Lest we forget.
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Mazi Ede-Nwaobodo Apr 7
How many people Died @ ? & How Many Died @ ? World including & 50 years after Murdering 5Million on Genocide wit British Bullets Today they were all Condemning While Forgotten ,Too Shameful
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Dr Dlamini Zuma Apr 7
Today, the world remembers the tragedy of the . It is probably unprecedented that a country could turn a tragic period of such proportion into positives in such a short space of time, and in doing so, relying fearlessly on indigenous knowledge.
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Orji.O #Mr.SweetMouth Apr 7
Truth is, i sympathise with those who lost dear ones in , i actually shed tears when i saw the movie - sometimes in April but i wish the world can also sympathise with the Igbos who lost EVERYTHING during/ after the Biafra war.😭😭
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Najat Vallaud-Belkacem Apr 7
25th anniversary of the Genocide in Rwanda and we’re still counting victims and survivors. This can still happen, anytime, anywhere. (remember)
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AFP news agency Apr 7
Replying to @AFP
VIDEO: Rwandan President Paul Kagame, his wife and son take part in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Kigali Genocide Memorial in Rwanda's capital, where more than 250,000 victims are believed to be buried, as they mark the 25th anniversary of the genocide
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Dr Remi Adekoya Apr 7
25 years ago, a genocide started in Rwanda, claiming almost a million lives. It started with words on radio. "Ethnic group X are the cause of our problems. Let's eliminate them and all will be fine." People believed it. And started killing. Words matter.
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Christian Christensen Apr 7
25 years since the , where up to 1 million people died by unthinkable violence. If this event repeated today, how would "enlightened" Europe and US react to refugees? Call them "swarms" of "animals" from "shithole" countries? Shut them out? Let them die again?
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Zarrar Khuhro Jul 16
Watch this if you have the stomach for it. Or even if you don't. Just watch this
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Claude Gatebuke Apr 20
& his supporters who make up the hate group called like to put their feet in their mouths. Last week they claimed Sankara, a survivor to be a genocide perpetrator wanted in . They failed cause the world is quickly catching up to their lies.
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Claude Gatebuke Apr 15
As we commemorate our loved ones killed in the genocide in in 1994, : the leader of the interahamwe extremist Hutu militia that hunted down Tutsis was himself a Tutsi man named Robert Kajuga (pictures here).
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AFP news agency Apr 7
Replying to @AFP
VIDEO: 🇷🇼 Rwandan President Paul Kagame begins a week of commemorative events by lighting a flame at the Genocide Memorial, as Rwanda begins 100 days of mourning for the more than 800,000 people killed in the 1994 genocide.
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Mustafa Yeneroğlu Apr 7
Today marks the 25th anniversary of the .The 100-day slaughter&loss of 1 million innocent lives is first&foremost a failure of the int. community that had the responsibility to protect.We have to remember,in order to prevent such a brutality from happening again.
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Chief Mazi Okunuka May 30
And you hear this genocider also shouting and issuing threats about fellow geniciders .I can assure u Kagame and your will answer very soon
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Hasib N Apr 7
Replying to @hasibmn
The world after Holocaust said "never again" .... Yet they accepted Apartheid in South Africa then Genocide Genocide red lines... ignored Occupation, Apartheid of Palestine "Never again" - yet they stood silent again
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Canadian Forces in 🇺🇸 Apr 7
Standing with our partners, we reject hate, racism, and intolerance. We stand to defend human rights and preserve peace for a better future. In DC and around the world, today and every day, we remember the against the Tutsi.
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