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June 5, 1994: Prime minister Jean Kambanda met all army and gendarmery chiefs to tighten war tactics and to conclude the termination of Tutsi who were still alive

As the criminal government forces were progressively being defeated, they continued to increase their efforts to expedite the massacre of Tutsi where...

The capture of Kabgayi city devastated Kambanda’s government and prompted the acceleration of genocide and aquisition of more weapons to fulfil the genocide plan

 

On June 4, 1994, the KAMBANDA Government announced that its troops had lost the City of Kabgayi and the clashes between the Rwandan Army Forces...

June 02, 1994: RPF-Inkotanyi troops rescued Tutsi in Kabgayi concentration camp

 During the Genocide in early April 1994, Tutsi started to flee to Kabgayi from different parts of the country from April 12, 1994. By April 20, 1994,...

UNAMIR temporarily suspended the evacuation of people from Hotel des Mille Collines and comfirmed the massacre of Tutsi in Kabgayi

 

On May 31, 1994, a UNAMIR senior officer from Senegal, Captain Mbaye Diagne, was killed in a bomb blast at a roadblock controlled by the government...