Rwanda : Rwanda remembered: Samantha Power reconciles past and present on genocide anniversary

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    In the Spirit of Sankofa, ... Hats off to President Obama, for real. Rwanda remembered: Samantha Power reconciles past and present on genocide...
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    The neat-as-a-pin African country where people are executed for petty theft


    In October, Innocent Mbarushimana was caught stealing a few bananas in the village of Kabeza in western Rwanda. Two months before that, an improverished farmer named Jean Kanyesoko was caught red-handed stealing someone’s sugarcane ...

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    The neat-as-a-pin African country where people are executed for petty theft

    In Rwanda, one of Africa's most repressive countries, dozens of petty thieves have been executed by security forces without trial
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    Rwandan fisherman Juma Ntakingora was killed by a Rwandan military patrol in September for fishing with an illegal net, according to a witness and fellow fisherman. (Human Rights Watch)


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    Jean Kanyesoko, 64, a poor farmer with five children to feed, was shot by soldiers after he was caught stealing sugar cane from a neighbor, according to witnesses. (Human Rights Watch)




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