Rwanda Genocide

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    Forgiving the perpetrators of genocide

    Hyppolite Ntigurirwa was seven years old when his father, friends and relatives were killed in the Rwandan genocide. He spoke to New Internationalist about why he’s chosen to forgive the perpetrators.

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    The global coffee trade’s role in the Rwandan Genocide

    Twenty-five years after the ‘fastest and most efficient murder campaign of the twentieth century’, Katie McQue examines the role that the global deregulation of the coffee trade had in destabilizing Rwanda.