The Rio Times
· Brazilian Court Dismisses Ex-Missionary as Head of Indigenous Authority →
The court is thereby complying with a motion by the Federal Prosecutor's Office, which had pointed out the danger of genocide against voluntarily isolated communities through Lopes Dias' religious missionary approach.
· HRW: Myanmar village destruction has ‘hallmarks’ of military →
Rakhine is the state where a 2017 military crackdown forced about 750,000 Rohingya Muslims to flee to Bangladesh in violence that has led to Myanmar facing genocide charges at the UN’s top court.
· Is a coronavirus catastrophe looming for Rohingya refugees? →
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague has ordered Myanmar to protect the Muslim-majority Rohingya against violence and preserve evidence of possible genocide.
· Holding onto Hoxha: Guarding the last statue of communist Albania →
In 1996, another group, which included Hoxha's successor as head of the Party, Ramiz Alia, faced trial for crimes against humanity, including genocide charges.
· Myanmar village destruction has 'hallmarks' of military: Human Rights Watch →
Rakhine is the state where a 2017 military crackdown forced about 750,000 Rohingya Muslims to flee to Bangladesh in violence that has led to Myanmar facing genocide charges at the UN's top court.
· Why Native Americans took Covid-19 seriously: 'It's our reality' →
“We are survivors of genocide, our numbers prove it… for nations with less than a thousand citizens, losing one person is too many,” said Rodriguez-Lonebear.
· Myanmar updates UN court on ‘confidential’ Rohingya measures →
Mainly-Muslim Gambia filed a suit against Myanmar in November at the International Court of Justice (ICJ), accusing it of “ongoing genocide” against the Rohingya after expelling more than 730,000.
· What else happened as coronavirus swept the globe →
His radio station, the Radio-Télévision Libre des Mille Collines, allegedly helped lay the groundwork for the genocide with its relentless dehumanisation of the Tutsi population.
· Myanmar army accused of new atrocities in attack on Rakhine village →
It is less than three years since the Myanmar military’s violent crackdown on Rohingya Muslim communities in Rakhine state, a campaign of violence that has since led to a genocide case in the UN’s highest court.
· The 'risky business' of tracking Rwandan fugitive Felicien Kabuga →
Kabuga was also a co-founder of Radio Television Libre des Mille Collines (RTLM), a radio station that many believe played a significant role in inciting the genocide.