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In 1994, April 6th, after the assassination of President Habyarimana, which started the Tutsi genocide and the massacres of the Hutu opponents in Rwanda, a large part of the population moved to neighbouring countries .In 1996, the ruling RPF (Rwandan Patriotic Front) in Kigali sent the Rwandan Patriotic Army to «sweep away» refugee camps they likened to genocidaires. Here the author tells his own story as a survivor. He has the merit to reveal to the world what the great media as well as the international institutions of wit and will have neglected: a slaughter planned and carnage programmed and executed by the Tutsi military regime in Kigali.
Benoît Rugumaho was born in 1966 in Rwanda. Since 1998, he has been a political refugee in Sweden where he continued his university studies. He studied English A, Political Science and Migration Policy in Europe and Sweden at Mid Sweden University. The author is an expert on Rwanda.