Rwandan Genocide 1994:
In 1994, whilst the world stood by, the Rwandan Genocide occurred - see United Human Rights Council - Genocide in Rwanda ; History Rwanda Genocide; BBC Rwanda's 100 days of Genocide and When the world turned its back.
From April to July 1994, members of the Hutu ethnic majority in the east-central African nation of Rwanda murdered as many as 800,000 people, mostly of the Tutsi minority. Begun by extreme Hutu nationalists in the capital of Kigali, the genocide spread throughout the country with staggering speed and brutality, as ordinary citizens were incited by local officials and the Hutu Power government to take up arms against their neighbours. By the time the Tutsi-led Rwandese Patriotic Front