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Canada compares 'deplorable' violence in South Sudan to Rwanda

For the second time in a week, the Canadian government has condemned mass killings in South Sudan.

An attack in the northern town of Bentiu last week left at least 200 people dead and more than 400 people injured – one of the latest atrocities in more than four months of ethnically-driven violence. 455 more words


Development without human dignity is meaningless – President Kagame

Development is not just about human rights but also human dignity, President Paul Kagame has said. He was yesterday addressing students and faculty members at Brandeis University, Boston on Rwanda’s journey of recovery in the last twenty years.


How to understand life after genocide

April brings many moments for reflection and sorrow. On April 24, 1915, the Armenian Genocide began; the massacres in the killing fields of Cambodia began on April 17, 1975; and on April 7, 1994


Black America’s silence during the genocide against Tutsi in Rwanda

It was 20 years ago this month that the monstrous Rwandan genocide unfolded. In less than 90 days, close to 1 million Rwandan Tutsis and their Hutu allies were murdered by right-wing Hutu extremists, instigated by the government of Rwanda.


oops. i did it again.

When I left Rwanda nearly 5 months ago, I was stopped harshly at the check-in desk for Brussels Airlines and forced to dump approximately 17 pounds of items on the spot. 744 more words

Gallery Exhibition at the University of San Diego showcasing my photos from Rwanda, to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Genocide.

I was truly honored to be asked to be part of this exhibition at the University of San Diego  to mark the 20th anniversary of the Genocide, a milestone on the path of reconciliation in Rwanda.   549 more words

Paige Stoyer Photography