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12:30-12:45- Division 1 A vs. D & B vs. C (Rem & Patrick)
12:50-1:05- Division 2 A vs. D & B vs. C (Rem & Patrick)
1:10-1:25- Division 3 A vs. D & B vs. C (Rem & Patrick)
12:15-12:45- Division 2&3
12:45-1:30- Division 1
1:35-1:50 Dance Performance
Semi Finals- (Refs- Patrick, Aime, Isa, Remy)
... the Interahamwe Militia. Thousands upon thousands of Rwandan's (Tutsi's) were then bludgeoned or hacked to death. People swarmed to the churches in search of sanctuary, but the Militia followed them there, showing a complete lack of mercy and compassion. In the span of only 100 days in 1994 an estimated one million Tutsi's and moderate Hutu's were systematically butchered by the Militia. This horrific event is one of the most savage and brutal genocides in history. Suffice ...
... I've learned to not only ignore nearly any insect that crawl, but also let it continue about its business. My family here has a really cool principle that if it's not dangerous then it should be left alone regardless of whether they are in the house or outside. I still can't really do that with spiders, but ants, cockroaches, beetles, etc. I can handle coexisting.
My bartering skills are on point after this experience as well. I can't imagine going home to pay $1.30 for ...
... and their passion about basketball. Lisanne shared her music and headphones with them and that made their day.
As soon as we arrived in Kacyiru we wondered food rest a little bit then head in town to set up meetings for the next day. Our priority was to get with the designer and order our Shooting Touch T-Shirts. Lisanne and I contacted Paulin, who is a Shooting Touch member here in Kigali to meet at UTC (Union Trade Center) one of the most ...
... in the ground with the remains of the victims, we returned to the daylight and signed the guest book before making the silent 20-minute drive through a village and to Ntarama Genocide Memorial.
Our guide informed us that Ntarama was a sister church to Nyamata, and, just like at Nyamata, the local people sought refuge in the House of God. The guide led us first through the church itself. To our right as we entered were shelves of bones. Again, at eye level, was ...