This picture tqken during a press preview on May 8, 2013 of the new permanent exhibition at the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum in Geneva shows pictures taken on 1994 showing children separated from their families in Rwanda. Twenty-five years after it first opened, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum (IRCM) will be unveiling next week its new permanent exhibition intitled 'The Humanitarian Adventure' planned around three crucial topics: 'Defending human dignity'.'Restoring family links' and 'Reducing natural risks'. The exhibition has been completely reworked by a trio of international architects – Shigeru Ban (Japan), Gringo Cardia (Brazil) and Diebedo Francis Kere (Burkina Faso), to reflect today’s changing world, and particularly the changes affecting humanitarian action.
My friend Paul Kagame, the President of Rwanda seconded my name. The UN secretary General notified the President then notified me
we simply don't agree that there was genocide in Guatemala. In Guatemala there has never been genocide. We can't be compared with Rwanda or Yugoslavia or Nazi Germany.
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Congo M23 faction leader arrested in Rwanda
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UN chief to attend Congo peace signing
M23, has said the plan could further destabilize Congo.Mineral-rich eastern Congo has been engulfed in fighting since the 1994 Rwanda genocide. The United Nations has more than 17,700 U.N. peacekeepers and over 1,400 international police in Congo, but they Read more »