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Bandora trial: state lines up witnesses

Charles Bandora ( 2nd right) consults with his lawyers; Boniface Nizeyimana (2nd left), and Mbera Ferdinand after the court session yesterday. (Timothy Kisambira)

 The specialised chamber for international crimes at the High Court yesterday started hearing prosecution witnesses in the case against Genocide suspect Charles Bandora. 509 more words

Genocide Fugitives

FLYBZ or or how two kids escaped hell and lived to rap about it – Catalyst Magazine

A profile on the rap group FLYBZ published in Issue 5, Volume 70, p 12 – 15 of Catalyst Magazine, 2014


Recommended being read via Issuu, digital tearsheet below (page 7)


The fall of Iraq and the last man standing

In March 2003, a force lead by the United States invaded Iraq and toppled the regime of Saddam Hussein. Many watched on television the continuous stream of images of air strikes over Baghdad’s night skies and the events that followed. 899 more words

Border Patrol Arrests Rwandan Man At US-Canada Border Who Is Wanted For War Crimes

HOULTON, Maine (AP) — The U.S. Border Patrol says it arrested a 42-year-old Rwandan citizen at the border of Maine and Canada who is wanted for war crimes. 126 more words

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Are Some Lives More Sacred Than Others?

In the American classic novel, Animal Farm, author George Orwell famously writes “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” I first encountered this novel in the 1970s. 1,102 more words


Looking Back At The Trial That Made Rape A War Crime

After the Rwandan genocide, in which an estimated 800,000 people were slaughtered over a hundred days in 1994, the U.N. created the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda with the goal of bringing the organizers of the bloodshed to justice. 260 more words

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