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- n. A person from Rwanda or of Rwandan descent.
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Rwanda, the Rwandan people or language.
- proper n. Kinyarwanda
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- n. a native or inhabitant of Rwanda
- adj. of or pertaining to Rwanda
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Following in Rwandan footsteps, the government issued a statement earlier this week saying the report could undermine its commitment to international peacekeeping operations.
But Rudasingwa said the chances for winning an appeal in Rwandan courts are very limited.
"Nothing in Rwandan culture or history could have led a person to that forecast," he says.
- Why the country's officials say they're taking a wait-and-see approach to the new administration A few days after Barack Obama's inauguration, I called a Rwandan diplomat who had helped me with my story on that country's remarkable economic-development strategy.
Meanwhile his brother Roger joins a member of a rebel group of Tutsi refugees based in Uganda called the Rwandan Patriotic Front, and Jean Patrick's girlfriend, Bea, is a frontline supporter of democratic reform.
SESAY: The U.S. magazine "Time" recently called the Rwandan President Paul Kagame "the face of emerging African leadership".
France, which has admitted to making mistakes in Rwanda but denied any direct responsibility for the massacres, had called the Rwandan report "unacceptable".
Did U.S. covert aid to his organization help provoke the bloodbath known as the Rwandan genocide?
To refuse to call what took place in Abu Ghraib -- and what has taken place elsewhere in Iraq and in Afghanistan and at Guantanamo Bay -- by its true name, torture, is as outrageous as the refusal to call the Rwandan genocide a genocide.
CURNOW: Preventing another genocide and helping to recall the Rwandan one, a personal mission for Mary Bluett.