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Rwanda:Attacks against the BBC documentary ‘’Rwanda’s Untold Story’’ are a betrayal of freedom of speech and democracy

I have read with a great interest the article published on Open Democracy by Dr Andrew Wallis on 6thOctober 2014.  After reading it, I wonder if Wallis has watched in full the BBC documentary ‘’Rwanda’s Untold Story’’ he is criticising. There is no part of the film in which Genocide is denied or such views expressed or supported.


A campaign to attemp a citizen arrest against Paul Kagame launched in London

Global Campaign for Rwandan’s Humans Rights, African Great Lakes Action Network and Save the Congo have launched today 20th October 2014 an international call to all world citizens to attempt to arrest Kagame for crimes against peace.
This event was launched outside Savoy Hotel, where Kagame was attending a meeting. No arrest attempt have been conducted on the launch day.

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We, Rwandans and especially CPC (Coalition of Rwandan parties for change) are extremely appalled by the recent rebuttals against BBC and, its brave and professional  journalist Mrs. Jane Corbin by the Rwandan regime’s junta mouthpieces and mercenary hooligans disguised as so-called scholars, scientists, researchers, journalists and historians.

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BBC Documentary 2014:Rwanda’s Untold Story (Full)

Twenty years on from the Rwandan genocide, This World reveals evidence that challenges the accepted story of one of the most horrifying events of the late 20th century. The current president of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, has long been portrayed as the man who brought an end to the killing and rescued his country from oblivion. Now there are increasing questions about the role of Kagame’s Rwandan Patriotic Front forces in the dark days of 1994 and in the 20 years since.


Lin Muyizere, husband of Victoire Ingabire accused of genocide

Last Friday Lin Muyizere, husband of jailed opposition leader Victoire Ingabire, received a letter of the Dutch Immigration Service (IND). In this letter he was accused of genocide. The accusations are preposterous and without any proof. They seem to have a political background: further infamation of Rwandan opposition.