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    Seeking Lessons of 1994 Rwanda Genocidei
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    Kent Klein
    April 02, 2014 6:58 PM
    Two decades after hundreds of thousands of people were slaughtered in Rwanda's genocide, and Western powers were accused of standing idly by as is happened, experts say there are lessons to be learned on how to prevent such tragedies in the future. VOA's Kent Klein has more.

    Seeking Lessons of 1994 Rwanda Genocide

    Kent Klein

    Published April 02, 2014

    Two decades after hundreds of thousands of people were slaughtered in Rwanda's genocide, and Western powers were accused of standing idly by as is happened, experts say there are lessons to be learned on how to prevent such tragedies in the future. VOA's Kent Klein has more.


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    by: Kelvin. Foster from: v.a
    April 04, 2014 7:55 AM
    it was a sad day for the world to stand by and do nothing I was a soldier in the United States Army and I was crushed by our inactivity