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... armed with guns, clubs and machetes and set up road blocks
with the sole purpose of killing the Tutsi people. The UN had
peacekeeping soldiers on the ground who were aware of what was
happening but could not act under their orders. Indeed the UN were
advised in advance that Belgium soldiers in the UN would be killed
before the killing of 10 of them. This action resulted in the
Belgiums being withdrawn and a force of ...
... I have nominated the players of the week on each court and these ones are the ones who come to practice everyday and on time, who pay attention, hard worker and very disciplined.
From Kayonza Week1
Nkundwa Thierry: 14 years old, Primary Mutsinzi James: 16 years old, Secondary
Week 2 Cyubhiro Ally: 13 years old, Primary
Ndahiro Abraham: !4 years old, Secondary
Kagabo Oscar: 16 years ...
... out of the window on the bus I always see this diversity, and it is one of the reasons that the bus ride is one of my favorite things to do in Kigali. At the top of the main road through Gikondo, the buses gather as well as motor in front of a line of shops. A right turn takes me home, a left followed by a right leads up a huge hill and to an astounding view of the city.
I proceeded right and was greeted by the dirt ...
... way I can have control of 90% of the situations that influence my arrival time, so it's easiest not to care. Also, what is 10 minutes anyway? Just the other night Patrick and I went to see a documentary and then went to a bar. I had my first curfew in several years (10:00, as it was Monday and the following day we had to leave much earlier for school and work than normal). Naturally, I didn't time the bus properly, wasn't aware that the bus would take 40 minutes to fill up (can't ...
... churches and being found and raped/murdered, heartbreaking! Still find it difficult to comprehend the scale and brutality of it all. http://www.unitedhumanrights.org/genoci de/genocide_in_rwanda.htm
It certainly put into perspective a couple of delayed rucksacks - which didn't turn up the next day, thanks Rubbish Rwandair. Ended up moving on to Uganda without them >