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Algerian Soldiers Killed Allegedly by Al Qaeda Affiliate

Algerian Soldiers Killed Allegedly by Al Qaeda Affiliate

On Saturday night an al Qaeda affiliate allegedly sprang an ambush on some Algerian soldiers, killing 14 and suffering three casualties of their own. The attack occurred in Tizi Ouzou Province in the mountainous Kabylie region, a mere 75 miles to the east of the capital, an area with a restive history vis-à-vis the Algerian […]

Boko Haram Abducts Girls En Masse in Nigeria

Boko Haram Abducts Girls En Masse in Nigeria

On Monday night, the Islamist militant group Boko Haram launched a raid on a Nigerian girls’ boarding school in Chibok, abducting around 100 young women en masse. The militants traded gunfire with the soldiers who were guarding the Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok, then stormed it and herded the schoolgirls onto vehicles for transport. […]

Kyoto Organization Teaches Sustainable Development Worldwide [Video]

Kyoto Organization Teaches Sustainable Development Worldwide [Video]

In recent years, much attention has been focused on efforts by corporations towards Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), with programs such as philanthropy, scholarships, volunteer efforts, and community relations. Non Profit Organizations (aka Non Government Organizations), or NPO’s, have been doing groundbreaking work in this area for over 100 years. Reborn Kyoto, an NPO in Japan, […]

Rwandan Genocide 20 Years Later: Reflections and Lessons Learned

Rwandan Genocide 20 Years Later: Reflections and Lessons Learned

As the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide draws near, there has been much reflection on the events that have transpired and the lessons learned from the atrocity. The Genocide Fugitive Tracking Unit, which is a special task force that works from Rwanda to locate and bring to justice key war crime perpetrators who fled […]

Africans Are Their Own Enemies

Africans Are Their Own Enemies

Africa is one of the most beautiful continents in the whole world. It boasts of unique wildlife, beautiful culture, traditions, precious minerals, and amazing natural scenery but on the other hand, Africans are their own enemies. Last weekend, as Rwanda was commemorating 20 years since the terrible genocide hit the country, citizens of the Central African […]

Rwandan Genocide Anniversary Holds Lingering Nightmares

Rwandan Genocide Anniversary Holds Lingering Nightmares

April 7, 1994 marked the start of one of the worst genocides in human history.  The plane carrying then-President Habyarimana of Rwanda crashed, and the largely Hutu-influenced radio station urged Hutus everywhere to “kill the cockroaches.”  800,000 lives were lost over the course of the next 100 days in a brutal, bloody loss of life […]

Rwanda 20 Years Since Genocide Finds Peace and Growth

Rwanda 20 Years Since Genocide Finds Peace and Growth

The Rwandan Genocide began in April 7 and carried through until July 15, 1994. Rwandans will be joining hands in remembering the lives of those lost in the upcoming anniversary. A commemoration will be held in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, in the sport stadium that gave sanctuary to so many trying to hide from […]

Rwanda Genocide Looks at Allies and Bystanders at 20 Year Anniversary

Rwanda Genocide Looks at Allies and Bystanders at 20 Year Anniversary

Twenty years ago on April 6, the world witnessed the horrendous genocide in Rwanda, in which approximately 800,000 Tutsis and Hutu moderates were massacred over a period of 100 days. Rwanda victims have allies, but most of the world was a bystander, watching while the genocide took place. Today marks the 20-year anniversary of the […]

Rwanda: From Genocide to Renaissance

Rwanda: From Genocide to Renaissance

The East African nation of Rwanda is inextricably linked to the term genocide, but out of the tragedies resulting from the climax of decades of ethnic conflict, a renaissance emerged. It is a renaissance which is rooted in forgiveness and reconciliation, forged by unity between opposing ethnic groups, the Hutu and the Tutsi. A renaissance […]

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