April 4, 2014

West Must Learn the Lessons of Rwanda

David Blair, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

Twenty years after the genocide, the West must heed the lessons of history. So when we talk of helping Africa, that should mean more than sending aid.

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TAGGED: DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC Of Congo, Africa, Rwanda

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