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The Strange Case of William Munuhe

Every year, there are articles in the Kenyan papers about the whereabouts of the Rwandese genocide perpetrator, Felicien Kabuga. For years, people have believed that Kabuga was and probably still is, hiding somewhere in Kenya, but nobody can seem to find him. However, while Kabuga’s name is well known on the world’s most wanted listed, a less well known name…

Rwanda: Do The Scars Ever Fade?

[googlevideo]http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-9119177348605591059[/googlevideo] This is a very poignant documentary on Rwanda and the roots that led to the genocide in 1994. However, it’s more than just about Rwanda. It’s about Africa and it’s about Africa’s history of colonialism, tribalism, poverty and bloodshed. A few of my own observations from watching this documentary: The historical grievances of the Tutsi remind me of the…

Paul Kagame: Performing Miracles in Rwanda

Rwanda is beginning to get lots of international attention because of it’s amazing transformation from genocide to economic prosperity. A friend of mine forwared this fascinating discussion on Rwanda that was taking place on a public radio station. You can listen to the entire discussion here. (you need either realplayer or windows media). According to the discussion, Paul Kagame is…