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Auteur Date Titre Source
P., J-C12 avril 1994Kigali plongée dans l'horreurLa Croix
P.W.13 avril 1994Florennes rend hommage à Annie Roland
Paccard, Pauline27 mars 2019Hubert Védrine : « Je n'ai pas été un acteur. Je n'ai pas joué de rôle spécial dans les questions ni africaines, ni militaires » France 24
Pagès, Albert1933Au Ruanda, sur les bords du lac Kivu (Congo belge). Un royaume hamite au centre de l'Afrique. T. I
Palisse23 mars 1995Arrêt de la Cour d'appel de Chambéry, 23 mars 1995MIP
Palou-Loverdos, Jordi14 décembre 2014Lettre à Monsieur Tony Hall, Directeur de la BBC
Pancho16 juillet 1994Dessin : « Et, en plus, on dit que le volcan va entrer en activité ! »Le Monde
Pancho3 août 1994Dessin « Un jour, il faudra rentrer et oublier... »Le Monde
Pancho4 août 1994Dessin : « Il faut choisir entre la Zone humanitaire sûre et... »Le Monde
Pancho20 août 1996Dessin sur Turquoise [anti-FPR]Le Monde
Pancho28 octobre 1996Dessin « Encore ! »Le Monde
Papy, Gérald24 juillet 1997La fin de l'errance et de l'impunité pour RuggiuLa Libre Belgique
Paracuellos, Florence8 avril 2019L'appel d'une femme, 25 ans après le génocide rwandais. Une militante socialiste, médecin pendant le génocide, demande au parti de faire toute la lumière sur le rôle de François Mitterrand, et sur celui du secrétaire général de l'Elysée de l'époque, un certain Hubert VédrineFrance Inter
Paris, Henri1er avril 2014Le drame rwandais : la vérité des acteurs
Démocraties
Partis MRND, MDR, PSD, PDC, PL8 avril 1994Protocole additionnel au protocole d'entente entre les partis politiques appelés à participer au Gouvernement de transition le 7 avril 1992 entre les partis politiques MRND, MDR, PSD, PDC et PLTPIR
Paternostre De La Mairieu, Baudoin30 septembre 1994"Pour vous mes frères" - Vie de Grégoire Kayibanda, premier président du Rwanda
Paulus de Chatelet, V.5 décembre 1994Rapport de l'enquête de contrôle sur l'efficacité et la collaboration des services de renseignements à  propos des événements au RuandaComité R
Payet, Léopold16 juin 1994Forces de Défense des Seychelles : Certificat de livraison d'armes et de munitions au Col. Bagosora (FAZ)
TPIR
Payet, Léopold18 juin 1994Forces de Défense des Seychelles : Certificat de livraison d'armes et de munitions au Col. Bagosora (FAZ)
TPIR
Payet, LeopoldFebruary 1, 1996To Whom it May Concern
PCF, Bassin d'Arcachon7 décembre 2008Quand l'Occident établit un Etat mafieuxPCF
Péan, Pierre1 novembre 2005Noires fureurs, Blancs menteurs (Fax Diego)
Péan, Pierre1 novembre 2005Noires fureurs, Blancs menteurs (Robardey - Bugesera)
Péan, Pierre18 janvier 2014Kagamé reconnaît être l'étrangleur Marianne
Péan, Pierre28 mars 2014J'ai assisté à la préparation de l'attentat qui a déclenché le génocideMarianne
Péan, Pierre28 mars 2014Nyamwasa parle Marianne
Péan, Pierre1er février 2017France-Rwanda : la contre-enquêtele1hebdo
Peeraer13 avril 1994Audition de Massimo PasuchJustice belge
Peeraer13 avril 1994Déposition de Daniel Daubresse, Massimo Pasuch et Denise Van DeenenAuditorat militaire belge
Peeraer13 avril 1994Déposition de Denise Van Deenen Auditorat militaire belge
Peigneux, F.Janvier 1960Rapport de la commission d'enquête au Rwanda (extraits)
Peigneux, F.Janvier 1960Rapport de la Commission d'Enquête au Ruanda (Janvier 1960) [Extraits]
Pelissier, Jean-Paulaoût 1994Des soldats français de l'Opération Turquoise à l'aéroport de Bukavu. Reuters
Penne, Guy11 juin 1982Note à l'attention de Monsieur le Président de la République. Entretien du Président de la République avec le Président Habyarimana, mardi 15 juin 1982 - 12 h 30Présidence de la République (fr)
Penne, Guy4 mars 1993Lettre à Pierre Bérégovoy lui demandant de suspendre notre coopération avec le Rwanda en attendant le rapport de la Commission des Droits de l'Homme (transcription)Sénat français
Penne, Guy4 mars 1993Lettre à Pierre Bérégovoy, Premier Ministre Sénat français
Penne, Guy11 novembre 1994La France et le RwandaLe Monde
Penne, Guy22 décembre 1994Sénat - Question écrite posée le 24 novembre 1994JORF
Pennetier, Marine5 avril 2019Un rapport sur le rôle de la France au Rwanda d'ici deux ansReuters
Pereylevade, Jean5 juin 1998Lettre de Jean Peyrelevade, Président du Crédit lyonnais à la Mission d'information : livraison d'armes et de munitions entre l'Egypte et le Rwanda
Périès, Gabriel1 janvier 2007Une guerre noire - Enquête sur les origines du génocide rwandais (1959-1994)
Périès, Gabriel27 août 2008La guerre révolutionnaire menée par la France au RwandaRue89
Perlez, JaneAugust 5, 1994A Stubborn Killer of Refugees : DysenteryNew York Times
Perlez, Jane8 août 2004Rwandan Accused in Genocide Wins Suit for U.N. PayNew York Times
Pérouse de Montclos, Marc-Antoine31 mars 1998Les séquelles d'un génocide : quelle justice pour les Rwandais?Politique africaine
Perraudin, André11 février 1959Lettre pastorale pour le Carême de 1959 : Super Omnia Caritas, l'année de la Charité
Perraudin, André11 février 1959Lettre Pastorale de Monseigneur Perraudin, Vicaire Apostolique de Kabgayi, pour le carême de 1959. Commentaire de Théophile Murengerantwari
Perraudin, André24 septembre 1959Aux Supérieurs et aux autres Prêtres des Vicariats Apostoliques du Rwanda [Circulaire au sujet de l'UNAR]Dialogue
Perraudin, André24 septembre 1959Aux Supérieurs et aux autres Prêtres des Vicariats Apostoliques du Rwanda [Circulaire au sujet du Parti Social Hutu d'Astrida]
Perraudin, André21 mai 1994Mgr Perraudin répond Journal de Genève
Perraudin, André18 août 1994Mgr Perraudin : « Etonné et attristé » Journal de Genève
Perraudin, André19 octobre 1995Rwanda : rétablir la véritéLa Croix
Perraudin, André24 mai 1996Lettre à propos des 10 commandements du Muhutu
Perrin, Jean-PierreJanvier 2009Enquête sur Arkadi Gaydamak, le Seigneur de la guerre françaisXXI
Perrin, Jean-Pierreavril 2010Barril « l'affreux »XXI
Perrin, Jean-Pierre31 mai 2012« SAS » : Des missiles droit dans le milleLibération
Perrin, Jean-Pierre31 mai 2012« SAS » : Des missiles droit dans le milleLibération
Perrine, Annick1994Lettre non datée à l'AGPM (Association générale de prévoyance militaire)
Peterson, ScottNovember 5, 1993A Small Girl's Silence Tells Story of Burundi's CrisisChristian Science Monitor
Peterson, ScottApril 7, 1994A Rwandan Patriotic Front soldier poses with his rifle April 7, 1994 outside of Byumba, Rwanda [date approx.]Getty
Peterson, Scott7 April 1994Civil War Breaks Out In Rwanda [Luc Marchal] [date approx.]Getty
Peterson, Scott7 April 1994Rwandan Patriotic Front soldiers pose with a mortar April 7, 1994 outside of Byumba, Rwanda. [date approx.]Getty
Peterson, Scott7 April 1994Rwandan Patriotic Front soldiers fire a mortar April 7, 1994 outside of Byumba, Rwanda [date approx.]Getty
Peterson, Scott7 April 1994A Rwandan Patriotic Front soldier fires a machine gun April 7, 1994 outside of Byumba, Rwanda. [date approx.]Getty
Peterson, Scott7 April 1994A Rwandan Patriotic Front soldier fires a machine gun April 7, 1994 outside of Byumba, Rwanda [date approx.]Getty
Peterson, Scott7 April 1994French soldiers stand with their rifles April 7, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda. [date approx.]Getty
Peterson, Scott7 April 1994Civil War Breaks Out In Rwanda [date approx.]Getty
Peterson, Scott7 April 1994French soldiers walk through the United Nations compound April 7, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda [date approx.]Getty
Peterson, Scott7 April 1994French soldiers sit in the United Nations compound April 7, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda [date approx.]Getty
Peterson, Scott7 April 1994French soldiers sit in the United Nations compound April 7, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda [date approx.]Getty
Peterson, Scott11 April 1994French And Belgian Troops Help Evacuation [French sniper on the top of the french school]Getty
Peterson, Scott11 April 1994French And Belgian Troops Help EvacuationGetty
Peterson, Scott11 April 1994French And Belgian Troops Help EvacuationGetty
Peterson, Scott11 April 1994French soldiers wait at the airport for civilian evacueesGetty
Peterson, Scott11 April 1994French And Belgian Troops Help EvacuationGetty
Peterson, Scott11 April 1994French And Belgian Troops Help EvacuationGetty
Peterson, Scott11 April 1994French soldiers handle a baby as civilian families evacuate Getty
Peterson, Scott11 April 1994Hutus with machetes stand along the side of the road as civilians evacuateGetty
Peterson, Scott12 April 1994Violence lurks round every corner - it is random and inescapable The Daily Telegraph
Peterson, Scott13 April 1994Rwandan Violence Forces Evacuation Of ForeignersGetty
Peterson, Scott13 April 1994Armed Hutus wait outside a United Nations compound housing Tutsi people April 13, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda.Getty
Peterson, Scott13 April 1994Rwandan Violence Forces Evacuation Of ForeignersGetty
Peterson, Scott13 April 1994Rwandan Violence Forces Evacuation Of ForeignersGetty
Peterson, Scott13 April 1994Rwandan Violence Forces Evacuation Of Foreigners [Belgium soldiers with armoured vehicles]Getty
Peterson, Scott13 April 1994Rwandan Violence Forces Evacuation Of Foreigners [Belgium soldier with a machine gun]Getty
Peterson, Scott13 April 1994Rwandan Violence Forces Evacuation Of Foreigners [French soldier distributing gums]Getty
Peterson, Scott13 April 1994Rwandan Violence Forces Evacuation Of ForeignersGetty
Peterson, ScottApril 18, 1994A Rwandan Church Becomes a FortressChristian Science Monitor
Peterson, ScottApril 18, 1994Rwanda's Tragedy Plays Out in War-Torn CapitalChristian Science Monitor
Peterson, Scott3 May 1994187079 09: Refugees crowd along the banks of a river May 3, 1994 at the border of Rwanda and Tanzania. Hutu refugees have fled to Tanzania across the Akagara River in order to escape reprisals by Tutsi rebels. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott3 May 1994Corpses float down the Akagara River May 3, 1994 at the border of Rwanda and Tanzania. Getty
Peterson, Scott3 May 1994Corpses float down the Akagara River May 3, 1994 at the border of Rwanda and Tanzania. Getty
Peterson, Scott5 May 1994Skeletal remains are strewn on the grounds of the Catholic mission May 5, 1994 in Rukara, Rwanda. Getty
Peterson, ScottMay 5, 1994Skeletal remains strewn on the grounds of the Catholic mission May 5, 1994 in Rukara, Rwanda. Hundreds of Tutsis were killed at the Rukara Catholic mission April, 1994 in one of the worst massacres of the Rwandan violence. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)
Peterson, ScottMay 10, 1994Survival Amid Smoke Fires In a Camp of ThousandsChristian Science Monitor
Peterson, Scott25 May 1994Deux soldats FPR devant les débris du Falcon Arte
Peterson, Scott25 May 1994218317 09: United Nations troops evacuate two hundred forty Tutsis from the Mille Collines Hotel May 25, 1994 in Rwanda. Following the assassination of President Juvenal Habyarimana in April, 1994 genocide of unprecedented swiftness left up to one million Tutsis and moderate Hutus dead at the hands of organized bands of militia by early July, 1994. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott25 May 1994218317 98: General Romero Dallaire talks to United Nations Chief of Staff Iqbal Riza May 25, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda. Following the assassination of President Juvenal Habyarimana in April, 1994 genocide of unprecedented swiftness left up to one million Tutsis and moderate Hutus dead at the hands of organized bands of militia by early July, 1994. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott25 May 1994218317 95: The Nyarubuye church is the site where four thousand civilians were murdered by Hutu militia men May 25, 1994 in Rwanda. Following the assassination of President Juvenal Habyarimana in April, 1994 genocide of unprecedented swiftness left up to one million Tutsis and moderate Hutu dead at the hands of organized bands of militia by early July, 1994. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott25 May 1994218317 93: A Rwandan Patriotic Rebel soldier rescues a boy from the Kabgayi death camp May 25, 1994 in Rwanda. Following the assassination of President Juvenal Habyarimana in April, 1994 genocide of unprecedented swiftness left up to one million Tutsis and moderate Hutus dead at the hands of organized bands of militia by early July, 1994. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott25 May 1994218317 62: United Nations Chief of Staff Iqbal Riza and General Romero Dallaire arrive at the airport May 25, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda. Following the assassination of President Juvenal Habyarimana in April, 1994 genocide of unprecedented swiftness left up to one million Tutsis and moderate Hutus dead at the hands of organized bands of militia by early July, 1994. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott25 May 1994218317 61: General Romero Dallaire shakes hands with Tutsis refugees at the Kabuga refugee camp May 25, 1994 in Rwanda. Following the assassination of President Juvenal Habyarimana in April, 1994 genocide of unprecedented swiftness left up to one million Tutsis and moderate Hutus dead at the hands of organized bands of militia by early July, 1994. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott25 May 1994218317 55: One of the many victims of the genocidal campaign planned by Hutu extremists decomposes May 25, 1994 in Kabgayi, Rwanda. Following the assassination of President Juvenal Habyarimana in April, 1994 genocide of unprecedented swiftness left up to one million Tutsis and moderate Hutus dead at the hands of organized bands of militia by early July, 1994. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott25 May 1994218317 25: United Nations Chief of Staff Iqbal Riza talks with other UN peacekepers May 25, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda. Following the assassination of President Juvenal Habyarimana in April, 1994 genocide of unprecedented swiftness left up to one million Tutsis and moderate Hutus dead at the hands of organized bands of militia by early July, 1994. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott25 May 1994218317 24: United Nations troops evacuate two hundred forty Tutsis from the Mille Collines Hotel May 25, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda. Following the assassination of President Juvenal Habyarimana in April, 1994 genocide of unprecedented swiftness left up to one million Tutsis and moderate Hutus dead at the hands of organized bands of militia by early July, 1994. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott25 May 1994218317 20: A soldier inspects the wreckage of the plane crash that killed the Rwandan President May 25, 1994 in Rwanda. Following the assassination of President Juvenal Habyarimana in April, 1994 genocide of unprecedented swiftness left up to one million Tutsis and moderate Hutus dead at the hands of organized bands of militia by early July, 1994. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott25 May 1994A soldier inspects the wreckage of the plane crash that killed the Rwandan President May 25, 1994 in RwandaGetty
Peterson, Scott25 May 1994A soldier inspects the wreckage of the plane crash that killed the Rwandan President May 25, 1994 in Rwanda. Getty
Peterson, Scott25 May 1994A soldier inspects the wreckage of the plane crash that killed the Rwandan President May 25, 1994 in RwandaGetty
Peterson, Scott26 May 1994189913 08: Portraits of Major General JuvTnal Habyarimana sit on the front porch of his home May 26, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda. Habyarimana died May 6th in a plane crash that precipitated the ongoing civil war. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, ScottMay 26, 1994189913 07: An armed Rwandan Patriotic Front soldier walks in the trashed home of Major General Juvenal Habyarimana May 26, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda. Habyarimana died May 6th in a plane crash that precipitated the ongoing civil war. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott26 May 1994189913 43: A UN soldier from Ghana leans on a military vehicle outside of the Milles Collines Hotel May 26, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda. Refugees flee the genocide of more than 800,000 Tutsis and Twas in the ongoing civil war. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott26 May 1994189913 03: A Rwandan Patriotic Front soldier investigates the site of the plane crash May 26, 1994 that killed President JuvTnal Habyarimana in Kigali, Rwanda. President Habyarimana died May 6th as a result of the crash. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott26 May 199489913 31: Rwanda Patriotic Front soldiers carry captured government ammunition May 26, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda. Refugees flee the genocide of more than 800,000 Tutsis and Twas in the ongoing civil war. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott26 May 1994189913 02: Armed Rwanda Patriotic Front soldiers investigate the site of the plane crash that killed President Juvenal Habyarimana May 26, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda. President Habyarimana died May 6th as a result of the crash. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott26 May 1994189913 17: UN envoy Igbal Riza shakes the hand of Rwandan Chief of Staff Augustin Bizymungo May 26, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda. A civil war erupts leading to the Rwandan slaughter of an estimated 800,000 Tutsis and Twas. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott26 May 1994189913 16: Rwandan force commander Romeo Dallaire (left) walks with UN envoy Igbal Riza (right) May 26, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda. A civil war erupts leading to the Rwandan slaughter of an estimated 800,000 Tutsis and Twas. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott26 May 1994189913 14: UN soldiers transport evacuated Tutsis May 26, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda. A civil war erupts leading to the Rwandan slaughter of an estimated 800,000 Tutsis and Twas. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott26 May 1994189913 05: An armed Rwandan Patriotic Front soldier stands in the trashed home of Major General JuvTnal Habyarimana May 26, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda. Habyarimana died May 6th in a plane crash that precipitated the ongoing civil war. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott26 May 1994188198 09: Skeletal remains are strewn on the grounds of the Catholic mission May 5, 1994 in Rukara, Rwanda. Hundreds of Tutsis were killed at the Rukara Catholic mission April, 1994 in one of the worst massacres of the Rwandan violence. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott26 May 1994Les restes de l'avion dans lequel se trouvait le président rwandais Juvenal Habyarimana, avion abattu le 6 avril 1994. © Getty/Scott PetersonGetty
Peterson, Scott1 June 1994205450 09: Writer Josh Hammer of Newsweek stands with crowd June 1994 in Rwanda. Well-known journalists descended on Rwanda during and after the genocide. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott1 June 1994205450 08: Photographer Corinne Dufka of Reuters poses with refugee children June 1994 in Rwanda. Well-known journalists descended on Rwanda during and after the genocide. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott1 June 1994189913 40: UN troops from Ghana prepare to evacuate 240 Tutsis to the Mille Collines Hotel May 26, 1994 in Kigali, Rwanda. Refugees flee the genocide of more than 800,000 Tutsis and Twas in the ongoing civil war. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott3 June 1994221260 08: An unidentified soldier in the Patriotic Front of Rwanda stands on a bridge over the Akanyaru river June 3, 1994 in Rwanda. They are preparing for the final offensive towards Kabyagi and Gitarma. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott3 June 1994221260 04: An unidentified woman treats a patient at the Red Cross Hospital June 3, 1994 in Kabgayi, Rwanda. Relief workers in Kigali estimate the daily death toll of famine and disease victims between 20 and 25. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott3 June 1994221260 23: Soldiers from the Patriotic Front of Rwanda build a bridge across the Akanyaru river June 3, 1994 in Rwanda. They are preparing for the final offensive towards Kabyagi and Gitarma. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott3 June 1994221260 18: A helicopter brings supplies to Tutsi orphans and famine victims June 3, 1994 in Rwanda. Relief workers in Kigali estimate the daily death toll of famine and disease victims between 20 and 25. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott3 June 1994221260 17: Soldiers bring supplies in for the Tutsi orphans and famine affected victims via helicopter June 3, 1994 in Rwanda. Relief workers in Kigali estimate the daily death toll of famine and disease victims between 20 and 25. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott3 June 1994221260 11: Patriotic Front of Rwanda soldiers cross a makeshift bridge June 3, 1994 in Rwanda. They are preparing for the final offensive towards Kabyagi and Gitarma. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott3 June 1994221260 21: Members of Patriotic Front of Rwanda walk across a bridge over the Akanyaru river June 3, 1994 in Rwanda. They are preparing for the final offensive towards Kabyagi and Gitarma. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, ScottJune 3, 1994Members of Patriotic Front of Rwanda walk across a bridge over the Akanyaru river June 3, 1994 in Rwanda. They are preparing for the final offensive towards Kabyagi and Gitarma Getty
Peterson, Scott16 June 1994359329 09: The body of a Tutsi genocide victim lies in a doorway near Kigali, Rwanda June 16, 1994. The Hutu-inflicted genocide killed nearly one million Tutsis in the spring of 1994. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott23 June 1994L'accueil du contingent français par les Hutu Gamma
Peterson, Scott23 June 1994Nyarushishi, le 23 juin, le colonel Thibaut rassure les chefs de quartier du camp de réfugiés tutsi. A droite debout, le colonel Charpentier. Au milieu assis le colonel Tauzin et à droite en gilet bleu et cravate, le préfet Emmanuel BagambikiL'Express
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 20: Hutus welcome the arrival of French troops at the Zaire border June 24, 1994 in Rwanda. The Hutus believe that the French will take an active role in helping them, since France has traditionally supported the Hutu government against the Tutsi rebels. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison) Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 09: Hutu soldiers stand guard at the Zaire border June 24, 1994 in Rwanda. The Hutus believe that the French will take an active role in helping them, since France has traditionally supported the Hutu government against the Tutsi rebels. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison) Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 08: Hutus celebrate the arrival of French troops at the Zaire border June 24, 1994 in Rwanda. The Hutus believe that the French will take an active role in helping them, since France has traditionally supported the Hutu government against the Tutsi rebels. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison) Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 07: French troops check their gear at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 75: A French soldier is greeted by Tutsi children June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. The French military is visiting the camp to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 74: A French soldier gives candy to a Tutsi child June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. The French military is visiting the camp to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 73: Tutsi children bring food bowls to a French soldier June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. The French military is visiting the camp to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 72: Hutus celebrate the arrival of French troops at the Zaire border June 24, 1994 in Rwanda. The Hutus believe that the French will take an active role in helping them, since France has traditionally supported the Hutu government against the Tutsi rebels. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 71: Residents cook breakfast June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. The camp is run by Hutu prefect Emmanual Bagambiki who three days earlier plotted to use his militia to kill the Tutsi men of the camp before the French arrived. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 06: French patrol near Shangi Parish is welcomed by Hutus June 24, 1994 in Cyangugu, Rwanda. On April 29 four thousand Tutsis were killed at the parish by wealthy farmer John Yusuf Munyakazi, who has been spotted hiding in United Nations refugee camps in Zaire. (Photo by Scott Peterson/LiaisonGetty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 69: Inhabitants awake June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. The camp is run by Hutu prefect Emmanual Bagambiki who three days earlier plotted to use his militia to kill the Tutsi men of the camp before the French arrived. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 68: Inhabitants awake June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. The camp is run by Hutu prefect Emmanual Bagambiki who three days earlier plotted to use his militia to kill the Tutsi men of the camp before the French arrived. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 66: A French soldier arrives at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 64: French soldiers check their gear at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 63: French soldiers pack their equipment onto trucks at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 62: Hutus celebrate the arrival of French troops at the Zaire border June 24, 1994 in Rwanda. The Hutus believe that the French will take an active role in helping them, since France has traditionally supported the Hutu government against the Tutsi rebels. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 61: A French soldier surrounded by Tutsi children stands on duty near Shangi Parish June 24, 1994 in Cyangugu, Rwanda. On April 29 four thousand Tutsis were killed at the parish by wealthy farmer John Yusuf Munyakazi, who has been spotted hiding in United Nations refugee camps in Zaire. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 05: French soldier patrols Shangi Parish June 24, 1994 in Cyangugu, Rwanda. On April 29 four thousand Tutsis were killed at the parish by wealthy farmer John Yusuf Munyakazi, who has been spotted hiding in United Nations refugee camps in Zaire. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 59: Hutu soldiers guard the Zaire border June 24, 1994 in Rwanda. The Hutus believe that the French will take an active role in helping them, since France has traditionally supported the Hutu government against the Tutsi rebels. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 58: French troops arrive at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 57: Colonel Didier Thauzin [Tauzin] speaks June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. Thauzin [Tauzin] is a former French secret service officer and former military advisor to Hutu president Habyarimana, although here he is on a mission of neutrality. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 56: A French soldier is followed by Tutsi children June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. The French military is visiting the camp to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 55: French troops arrive at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 54: A French soldier gives candy to Tutsi children June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. The French military is visiting the camp to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 52: A French soldier is greeted by Tutsis June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. The French military is visiting the camp to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 51: A French soldier surrounded by Tutsi children stands on duty near Shangi Parish June 24, 1994 in Cyangugu, Rwanda. On April 29 four thousand Tutsis were killed at the parish by wealthy farmer John Yusuf Munyakazi, who has been spotted hiding in United Nations refugee camps in Zaire. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 50: Colonel Didier Thauzin [Tauzin] is followed by children June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. Thauzin [Tauzin] is a former French secret service officer and former military advisor to Hutu president Habyarimana, although here he is on a mission of neutrality. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 04: A soldier watches Hutus celebrate the arrival of French troops at the Zaire border June 24, 1994 in Rwanda. The Hutus believe that the French will take an active role in helping them, since France has traditionally supported the Hutu government against the Tutsi rebels. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 49: French troops check their gear at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 48: French soldiers eat at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 47: French soldiers arrive at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 46: Colonel Didier Thauzin [Tauzin] speaks June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. Thauzin [Tauzin] is a former French secret service officer and former military advisor to Hutu president Habyarimana, although here he is on a mission of neutrality. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 46: While a soldier watches, Hutus celebrate the arrival of French troops at the Zaire border June 24, 1994 in Rwanda. The Hutus believe that the French will take an active role in helping them, since France has traditionally supported the Hutu government against the Tutsi rebels. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 45: A woman huddles against the cold June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. The camp is run by Hutu prefect Emmanual Bagambiki who three days earlier plotted to use his militia to kill the Tutsi men of the camp before the French arrived. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 44: French patrol near Shangi Parish is welcomed by Hutus June 24, 1994 in Cyangugu, Rwanda. On April 29 four thousand Tutsis were killed at the parish by wealthy farmer John Yusuf Munyakazi, who has been spotted hiding in United Nations refugee camps in Zaire. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 43: Hutus celebrate the arrival of French troops at the Zaire border June 24, 1994 in Rwanda. The Hutus believe that the French will take an active role in helping them, since France has traditionally supported the Hutu government against the Tutsi rebels. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 42: French troops arrive at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 40: A French patrol near Shangi Parish is welcomed by Hutus June 24, 1994 in Cyangugu, Rwanda. On April 29 four thousand Tutsis were killed at the parish by wealthy farmer John Yusuf Munyakazi, who has been spotted hiding in United Nations refugee camps in Zaire. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 03: A soldier watches while Hutus celebrate the arrival of French troops at the Zaire border June 24, 1994 in Rwanda. The Hutus believe that the French will take an active role in helping them, since France has traditionally supported the Hutu government against the Tutsi rebels. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 36: Hutus celebrate the arrival of French troops at the Zaire border June 24, 1994 in Rwanda. The Hutus believe that the French will take an active role in helping them, since France has traditionally supported the Hutu government against the Tutsi rebels. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 35: A Hutu guard keeps the crowd back June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. The camp is run by Hutu prefect Emmanual Bagambiki who three days earlier plotted to use his militia to kill the Tutsi men of the camp before the French arrived. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 33: French soldiers wait with supplies at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 31: Hutus celebrate the arrival of French troops near the Zaire border June 24, 1994 in Rwanda. The Hutus believe that the French will take an active role in helping them, since France has traditionally supported the Hutu government against the Tutsi rebels. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 30: French troops work on a truck at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 02: Hutus celebrate the arrival of French troops at the Zaire border while a soldier stands guard June 24, 1994 in Rwanda. The Hutus believe that the French will take an active role in helping them, since France has traditionally supported the Hutu government against the Tutsi rebels. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 28: French soldiers arrive at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 23: A French soldier is surrounded by Tutsi children June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. The French military is visiting the camp to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 22: French soldiers check equipment at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 01: French soldiers unload equipment at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 19: French soldiers patrol Shangi Parish June 24, 1994 in Cyangugu, Rwanda. On April 29 four thousand Tutsis were killed at the parish by wealthy farmer John Yusuf Munyakazi, who has been spotted hiding in United Nations refugee camps in Zaire. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 18: French troops arrive at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 17: French troops arrive at the airport June 24, 1994 in Bukavu, Zaire. The soldiers will next head to the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp in Rwanda to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 16: French soldiers arrive June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. The French military is visiting the camp to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 15: Hutus celebrate the arrival of French troops at the Zaire border June 24, 1994 in Rwanda. The Hutus believe that the French will take an active role in helping them, since France has traditionally supported the Hutu government against the Tutsi rebels. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 14: A French soldier surveys the area June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. The French military is visiting the camp to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott24 June 1994190777 12: French soldiers sit with African men June 24, 1994 at the Nyarushishi Tutsi refugee camp on the Zaire border in Gisenyi, Rwanda. The French military is visiting the camp to demonstrate France's neutral and humanitarian intentions during Operation Turquoise, despite French support for the Hutu government. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
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Peterson, Scott26 June 1994Unidentified soldier assists Hutu militia training June 26, 1994 in Rwanda Getty
Peterson, Scott26 June 1994199740 15: Two French soldiers walk toward helicopter June 26, 1994 in Rwanda. UN troops protected, provided food, and offered medical assistance to Tutsi refugees at Nyarushishi Refugee Camp. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, ScottJune 26, 199499740 11: Hutu Militia perform training exercises June 26, 1994 in Rwanda. UN troops protected, provided food, and offered medical assistance to Tutsi refugees at Nyarushishi Refugee Camp. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott26 June 1994199740 10: An ambulance drives through the Nyarushishi Camp June 26, 1994 in Rwanda. UN troops protected, provided food, and offered medical assistance to Tutsi refugees at Nyarushishi Refugee Camp. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
Peterson, Scott26 June 1994199740 09: Refugees stand near tents in Nyarushishi Camp June 26, 1994 in Rwanda. UN troops protected, provided food, and offered medical assistance to Tutsi refugees at Nyarushishi Refugee Camp. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison) Getty
Peterson, Scott26 June 1994199740 08: Hutu militia celebrates on a road June 26, 1994 in Rwanda. UN troops protected, provided food, and offered medical assistance to Tutsi refugees at Nyarushishi Refugee Camp. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Liaison)Getty
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