What was the first genocide in history?

Answer According to Access My Library, the first genocide in history was Carthage, 146 B.C. when Carthage was destroyed by the Romans. Racial, religious and cultural prejudices were all part of the reason... Read More »

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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 genocide and ethnic cleansing?

Ethnic cleansing and genocide are two related terms that pertain to large-scale efforts to eliminate an undesirable segment of people, often defined by race, religion or cultural identification, th... Read More »

What impact did the Rwandan genocide have on the US foreign policy?

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.