The Effects of the Rwandan Genocide?

Answer Years of conflict between the Hutu and Tutsi tribes in Rwanda came to a head in April 1994 when a plane carrying the country's Hutu president was shot down. At the time, three ethnic groups existed... Read More »

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Who was killed in the Rwandan genocide?

Mainly the deaths were on the Tutsi, a native of Rwanda. They were killed by the Hutu extremists. About 800 people died in the genocide.

Why did the Rwandan genocide take place?

The FBI was created in 1908 as the Bureau of Investigation, then changed to the FBI in 1935. The CIA was created in 1942 as the OSS, the changed into the CIA in 1945.

What are impacts of the Rwandan genocide?

These organizations are not arranged hierarchically. Each has a different mission statement.NSA or National Security Agency has no power to arrest. Shrouded in more secrecy than the other agencies ... Read More »

What is the history behind the Rwandan genocide is it still going on and was the CIA connected?

Answer The Rwandan genocide took place in 1994 it lasted for 100 days and aproximatly 10,000 people died each day. 1million overall. No, the CIA had nothing whatsoever to do with it.