The world is silent, and so are we
20 years after the massacre in Rwanda, the international community sheds a crocodile tear while everyone knows that this genocide could have been prevented easily.
Three months ago, I visited the Murambi Genocide Memorial Centre, where a small, terrifying and shocking museum has been established to commemorate the genocide in Rwanda that took place in 1994. The skeletons and skulls of some of the 45,000 women, men and children who were murdered at the site are exhibited. It is easy to tell who died by gunshot and who by machete, and who...
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