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Often referred to as the “Century of Genocides,” the 20th century is marked by the tragic destruction of several human groups. Three of these genocides will be highlighted in the upcoming Genocides of the 20th Century exhibition at the Henry Madden Library: the Armenian Genocide, the Holocaust, and the Rwandan Genocide. 129 more words
By JAMES C. MCKINLEY JR. – New York Times May 8, 1998
Secretary General Kofi Annan came to Rwanda this evening on what he called ”a healing mission” and admitted in a speech to Parliament that the United Nations had done too little to stop the 1994 massacres of Tutsi civilians. 763 more words
By: Jason A. Edwards
Kofi Annan travelled to Rwanda in May of 1998 attempting to repair the image of the United Nations (U.N.) and to heal the fractured political relationship between the two entities. 8,157 more words
The Communist South Africa State is opening the door for tyranny and genocide.
The Constitutional Court of South Africa recently ruled that 300,000 gun owners must turn in their firearms. 626 more words