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2EME PARTIE /3 <br> Rwanda, juin 2007 <br> Le Rwanda, petit pays paradisiaque au cœur de l’Afrique, réputé pour ses gorilles de montagne, sa végétation luxuriante et l’Akagera, a connu le génocide le plus rapide de l’Histoire. Plus d’un million de rwandais furent méthodiquement exterminés d’avril à juillet 1994, parce que nés Tutsi, ou reconnus opposants à la dictature. <br> 'Parce que le Tchad' plonge dans l’univers complexe du pays des Mille Collines, à la découverte de ses trésors et sur les traces d’un passé douloureux. <br> Aujourd’hui, le Rwanda se reconstruit avec dignité. Sécurité parfaite, faible corruption, nombreux transports ponctuels… sont des atouts déterminants pour le visiteur. <br> la suite, PARTIE 3 : <br> Revenir au début du film (partie 1/3) : http://www.metacafe.com/watch/990972/
22 Dec 2007
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3EME et dernière PARTIE. <br> Cliquer ici pour Voir le début du film : http://www.metacafe.com/watch/990972/ <br> Rwanda, juin 2007 <br> Le Rwanda, petit pays paradisiaque au coeur de l’Afrique, réputé pour ses gorilles de montagne, sa végétation luxuriante et l’Akagera, a connu le génocide le plus rapide de l’Histoire. Plus d’un million de rwandais furent méthodiquement exterminés d’avril à juillet 1994, parce que nés Tutsi, ou reconnus opposants à la dictature. <br> 'Parce que le Tchad' plonge dans l’univers complexe du pays des Mille Collines, à la découverte de ses trésors et sur les traces d’un passé douloureux. <br> Aujourd’hui, le Rwanda se reconstruit avec dignité. Sécurité parfaite, faible corruption, nombreux transports ponctuels… sont des atouts déterminants pour le visiteur. <br> Revenir au début : http://www.metacafe.com/watch/990972/
22 Dec 2007
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la suite, PARTIE 2 : http://www.metacafe.com/watch/991036/ <br> Rwanda, juin 2007 <br> Le Rwanda, petit pays paradisiaque au coeur de l’Afrique, réputé pour ses gorilles de montagne, sa végétation luxuriante et l’Akagera, a connu le génocide le plus rapide de l’Histoire. Plus d’un million de rwandais furent méthodiquement exterminés d’avril à juillet 1994, parce que nés Tutsi, ou reconnus opposants à la dictature. <br> 'Parce que le Tchad' plonge dans l’univers complexe du pays des Mille Collines, à la découverte de ses trésors et sur les traces d’un passé douloureux. <br> Aujourd’hui, le Rwanda se reconstruit avec dignité. Sécurité parfaite, faible corruption, nombreux transports ponctuels… sont des atouts déterminants pour le visiteur. <br> la suite, PARTIE 2 : http://www.metacafe.com/watch/991036/
23 Dec 2007
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I joined the army when I was fifteen years old. I don't know if I can say that I went willingly. I was afraid to be taken by force. I was in the Mayi-Mayi group. The Mayi-Mayi are a group of soldiers from the Congo. They unite to chase foreign forces out of the country. They mix herbs with water. Then they spread that water on their bodies. This gives them a special protection. That�s why they are called "water-water." In that group, I was in charge of communication and gathering information. I would go to look for information in the Tutsi camp and bring it to our headquarters. And then we would prepare to fight them. It was a kind of Intelligence Service. They had young children 10 years old - even younger. Those children were in charge of the medicine of the Mayi-Mayi. They would go to look for herbs and mix them. To see how many of us died and disappeared, to see how many of us were wounded, broke my heart. When we killed an American engineer named Claude, the Tutsis became very angry. They broke into people's houses, and then spread gasoline all over them. They burned the people inside and all of their things. They burned the whole village. A lot of people were killed. That village was where I was born. I really thought about my situation. I saw that it was really bad, so I decided to leave. When I arrived here in Goma, I was not with a family. I was in the street. I have some relatives here in Goma, but I was afraid to approach them. Many of them did not agree when I joined the military service. I heard that there was an association looking for people who were soldiers, to see if they could help them. When I went to get enrolled, they told me that they had many sections such brickwork, mechanics, woodwork, soldering. Among us there were many Rwandan people. People from many ethnic groups. We had Mayi-Mayi like us. We had people who came from the government, people who came from MLC, people from the RCD - All of us together The builders who were there were happy with us. They liked our work. They also liked our attitude You see, in the military service, we saw many things that destroyed our mind. How can a child with military training be helped? Take him out of the army. Teach him - as we were. Help him lose his military spirit and he will be an ordinary young man - like I have become.
20 May 2010
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Burundi's first democratically elected president was assassinated in October 1993 after only 100 days in office, triggering widespread ethnic violence between Hutu and Tutsi factions. More than 200,000 Burundians perished during the conflict that spanned almost a dozen years. Hundreds of thousands of Burundians were internally displaced or became refugees in neighboring countries. An internationally brokered power-sharing agreement between the Tutsi-dominated government and the Hutu rebels in 2003 paved the way for a transition process that led to an integrated defense force, established a new constitution in 2005, and elected a majority Hutu government in 2005. The new government, led by President Pierre NKURUNZIZA, signed a South African brokered ceasefire with the country's last rebel group in September of 2006 but still faces many challenges. https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/by.html
6 Jul 2008
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In 1959, three years before independence from Belgium, the majority ethnic group, the Hutus, overthrew the ruling Tutsi king. Over the next several years, thousands of Tutsis were killed, and some 150,000 driven into exile in neighboring countries. The children of these exiles later formed a rebel group, the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF), and began a civil war in 1990. The war, along with several political and economic upheavals, exacerbated ethnic tensions, culminating in April 1994 in the genocide of roughly 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus. The Tutsi rebels defeated the Hutu regime and ended the killing in July 1994, but approximately 2 million Hutu refugees - many fearing Tutsi retribution - fled to neighboring Burundi, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zaire. Since then, most of the refugees have returned to Rwanda, but several thousand remained in the neighboring Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC; the former Zaire) and formed an extremist insurgency bent on retaking Rwanda, much as the RPF tried in 1990. Despite substantial international assistance and political reforms - including Rwanda's first local elections in March 1999 and its first post-genocide presidential and legislative elections in August and September 2003 - the country continues to struggle to boost investment and agricultural output, and ethnic reconciliation is complicated by the real and perceived Tutsi political dominance. Kigali's increasing centralization and intolerance of dissent, the nagging Hutu extremist insurgency across the border, and Rwandan involvement in two wars in recent years in the neighboring DRC continue to hinder Rwanda's efforts to escape its bloody legacy. https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/rw.html
2 Jun 2010
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WATCH MORE ON VBS TV....... Recently Congolese rebels led by a pro-Tutsi Jesus freak named General Nkunda seized control of Virunga National Park at the top right corner of the DRC, where it borders Rwanda and Uganda. Virunga is home to roughly of a quarter of the world's population of the extremely endangered mountain gorillas. In fact, we agreed so hard that we decided to go to Uganda with Edun Live in order to see some living mountain gorillas for ourselves. This is our story.
14 Nov 2008
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C'était le dimanche 22 avril 2007 à Bruxelles, Messe de requiem pour toutes les personnes mortes en 1994 (année du génocide) au Rwanda . L'organisateur de l'événement ( www.organistecompositeur.com ) a spécialement dédié cette prière à son père Buguzi Augustin assassiné pendant le génocide des tutsis de 1994, puis à toutes les victimes de ce génocide. Plus d'information sur le site officiel de Kizito Mihigo: www.organistecompositeur.com
10 Mar 2009
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Chaque année, au mois d'avril, Kizito Mihigo ( www.organistecompositeur.com ) propose à la Communauté Rwandaise d'Europe, une Messe pour TOUTES les personnes qui sont mortes en 1994 (l'année du génocide) au Rwanda. Cette année là (2007), l'événement présidé par Monseigneur Léonard, évêque de Namur, a eu lieu le dimanche 22 Avril 2007, en l'Eglise du précieux Sang à Uccle-Bruxelles en Belgique. Voici l'homélie de Monseigneur Léonard lors de cette Eucharistie Kizito Mihigo a dédié cette Messe à son père Buguzi Augustin, assassiné pendant le génocide des tutsis de 1994 au Rwanda, puis à toutes les victimes de ce génocide. La célébration avait réuni plus de 400 rwandais venant de tous les cotés de la Belgique et de la France. Plus d'information sur le site officiel de Kizito Mihigo www.organistecompositeur.com
10 Mar 2009
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Antoine Rives, jeune journaliste indépendant, tourne un reportage sur les rapatriés du Rwanda. Il rencontre alors Clément, étudiant d'origine hutue dont la fiancée tutsie, Alice, a disparu. Antoine le convainc de repartir avec lui au Rwanda, à la recherche d'Alice, et de le laisser filmer son périple. Un "pacte" qui s'avère très vite intenable face au chaos dans lequel ils vont se retrouver plongés.Une traversée de l'horreur dans laquelle Antoine perd ses illusions sur son métier de journaliste et se demande jusqu'à quel point il peut filmer et exposer la tragédie humaine au reste du monde.
31 Mar 2010
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On connait le refrain de Lokua: un père congolais mongo, une mère rwandaise tutsi... A l'arrivée, notre amoureux 'rumba' tient à rester le rossignol de l'harmonie' congolaise': surtout lorsqu'on ressort des archives qui font sourire, puis qui font grincer... La suite ici : http://tinyurl.com/yb6qy9y Distributed by Tubemogul.
12 Apr 2010
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Prayer helped Immaculee Ilibaguza, a Tutsi and Rwandan genocide survivor, realize hate was not in her heart. Harry Smith talked to her about sharing her miraculous story of survival.
17 Jul 2009
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In 1994, the President Clinton's spokeswoman was talking about "acts of genocide" referring to the genocide of Tutsi in Rwanda. She was not allowed to say the word "Genocide".
21 May 2009
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The conflict in eastern Congo has its roots in the Rwanda genocide of 1994. Somewhere between half a million and a million people were slaughtered in the space of just a hundred days. Congolese rebel leader Laurent Nkunda says he's fighting to protect ethnic Tutsis in eastern Congo from suffering a similar fate. Kenya has called for an emergency summit on Friday, to help put an end to the current crisis. Paul Jordan was one of 30 Australian peacekeepers who witnessed one particularly ...
7 Apr 2009
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Almost 15 years after the Rwandan genocide, the government is now campaigning aggressively to unite the rival Tutsi and Hutu tribes. But alongside the reconciliation efforts, there are also claims of a campaign to kill victims to prevent them from testifying. Yvonne Ndege reports.
8 Apr 2009
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The Rwandan army plans to send thousands of troops across the border into the Democratic Republic of Congo to disarm Hutu rebels. The Rwandan Hutu fighters fled to the DR Congo after the 1994 genocide during which they killed more than half a million Rwandan Tutsi and moderate Hutus. Al Jazeera's Yvonne Ndege has this exclusive report.
16 Oct 2009
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