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A Rohingya’s Pursuit for Justice in Myanmar – CBC The World this Weekend

YANGON –  Wai Wai Nu always wanted to follow in her father’s footsteps – famed Rohingya Muslim politician Kyaw Min – and end the injustice faced by minority groups in Myanmar. Now, at 31, Nu is the country’s most celebrated

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Almost 20 Years On – International Justice Still Fails Rwandans

KIGALI , Nov 26 2013 (IPS) – “There is a saying that all Rwandans believe in. You can’t forgive if you forget, but when you remember, you know what harmed you and you can forgive and move forward,” Honore Gatera

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#RightsMedia report: Pursuing #justice for the #genocide victims of #Rwanda

The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) has been pursuing justice for victims of Rwanda’s genocide. The court was established in Arusha, Tanzania (site of the Arusha accords) in 1995 and has jurisdiction over genocide, crimes against humanity and war

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