Home HOME GENOCIDE AGAINST THE TUTSI: 100 PICTURES HOMEPHOTOSTORYPOLITICS GENOCIDE AGAINST THE TUTSI: 100 PICTURES By admin - June 28, 2021 249 0 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Children align up holding the light of Hope during the launch of Gucana Urumuri rw’ Icyizere as part of Kwibuka 20 events at Kigali Genocide Memorial on January 7, 2014 UK envoy in the Eastern Africa reads the history of Rwanda during his visit at Kigali Genocide memorial Mourners during the commemoration evening Kimihurura (Salesian of Don Bosco as the residents remember their neighbors who were killed during the Genocide against the Tutsi in Kimihurura Remains of Genocide victims at Kigali Genocide Memorial. More 250,000 bodies are buried at the memorial Hundreds of staff of Rwandair, Akagera Aviation , Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority during a walk to remember victims of genocide An old man mourning , during a commemoration event at Ntarama Genocide memorial where thousands of Tutsi were slaughtered inside the catholic church A wall of remembrance where you can read some names of victims in honor of all victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi Pictures of Tutsis who were killed at Murambi in Gikongoro. They are archived at Murambi Genocide Memorial in the current Nyamagabe District. During the genocide, Murambi was among different places where French soldiers had put their bases in what was dubbed “Zone Turquoise”. A mass grave discovered in Kabuga, Rusororo Sector, Gasabo District. It was within the grave where Genocide perpetrators put Tutsi after killing them Clothes of victims of genocide victims that were exhumed from a mass grave in Kabuga Business Center ,after 25 years of genocide. A total of 84439 bodies of genocide victims were laid to rest at Nyanza-Kicukiro Genocide Memorial on 4 May 2019. They were all exhumed from newly discovered mass graves in Kigali from 2018 to 2019. Mourners during the commemoration event at Murambi Genocide Memorial in 2017 Gitwe residents in search of bodies of the victims after discovery of a mass grave beneath the hospital grounds with bodies of victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. A decent burial of victims of the genocide at Kicukiro Genocide Memorial on May 4,2019 Remains of different equipment that were properties of Victims of Genocide against the Tutsi. Captured here in the archives of Ntarama Genocide Memorial A diplomat goes through some notes that clarify how genocide against the tutsi was undoubtedly prepared since 1959 Murambi Genocide Memorial in Nyamagabe District Two pictures of young kids Thierry and Fillette archived at Kigali Genocide Memorial. They were both killed in the genocide. Children who were killed in 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi at Murambi in Gikongoro. We captured the image inside Murambi Genocide Memorial Light of remembrance at Kigali Genocide Memorial Young light candle to mark the Light of Hope during a commemoration evening at Kigali Genocide Memorial during an event dubbed “Our Past” . The annual commemoration event brings together local and foreign youth to discuss and learn the genocide with ambition that Genocide Never come again in Rwanda or anywhere in the world Red Cross volunteers in services , carrying a trauma victim during a commemoration event at Murambi Red Cross volunteer in services helps a trauma victim during a commemoration event at Murambi Genocide Memorial Youth survivors of the genocide against the Tutsi during a night of remembrance ,while calling all names of victims of former Commune Ntongwe in Ruhango District A walk to remember at KINAZI Mourners holding light candles during a night of remembrance at Kinazi in Ruhango District Director General of Star Times during his visit at Kigali Genocide Memorial Bodies of victims of the genocide in Nyamata Genocide Memorial in Bugesera District A mass grave nicknamed “CND” in Rutabo Cell, Kinazi Sector ,Ruhango District. The grave was used to kill thousands of Tutsi in former Amayaga area. According to some survivors of the genocide Tutsi of Amayaga were strongly distressed and humiliated before being killed. A meaningful stone of remembrance that is kept at the Garden of Memory at Nyanza-Kicukiro genocide memorial in Kigali. A victim of trauma is taken to ambulances after suffering during a decent burial event at Nyanza Kicukiro Genocide memorial Some of remains of materials that victims had during the genocide. They are archived at Ntarama Genocide Memorial A wreath laid in the moving water to honor and remember all Tutsis who were flown in lakes and rivers during the Genocide against Tutsi A wall that was used to kill little babies during the genocide , tens of babies were flown on that wall .The black part of the wall is reported to be blood of babies who were killed in the Genocide at Ntarama Catholic Church . A volunteer tries to help a trauma victim during a commemoration event at Murambi Genocide Memorial in Nyamagabe District. These are remains of clothes of Tutsi who were killed during the genocide against the Tutsi. They came to Nyamata catholic church hoping that killers will not dare to attack them in the church. Mourners tour at the Rebero Genocide memorial Notes of remembrance written by visitors of Ntarama Genocide memorial to pay tribute to thousands of victims slaughtered inside and outside former Catholic church during the Genocide against the Tutsi in 1994. Remains of victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi who were wildly killed in Ntarama catholic church A WALL OF REMEMBRANCE where you can find Names of victims the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi at Rebero Genocide Memorial Officials tour former classrooms that have become final resting place for victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi at Murambi Remains of the victims in Bisesero Genocide Memorial RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Rusesabagina during the hearing TIN IN RWANDA RUSESABAGINA AND HIS CO-ACCUSED EDUCATION IS A WEAPON TO CONQUER OUR FUTURE IN KIGALI LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.