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20 Years after genocide, Rwanda remembers, renews, and unites | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Rwanda Who we are What do we Our Impact Get Involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What do we Our Impact Get Involved English Locations Home Rwanda 20 Years after genocide, Rwanda remembers, renews, and unites 20 Years after genocide, Rwanda remembers, renews, and unites January 21, 2022 Photo: Village Urugwiro The commemoration of genocide on April 7 in Rwanda marked 20th anniversary of a brutal slaughter, in which close to one million people were murdered within 100 bloody days. (...) Seeing these young people carry the Flame of Remembrance, to all corners of the country over the last three months, gives us enormous hope.   We are all here to remember what happened and to give each other strength. As we do so, we must also remember the future to which we have committed ourselves”.
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Score: 789443.46 - https://www.undp.org/rwanda/ne...da-remembers-renews-and-unites
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No. 13 Q. You do not remember or what? 14 A. I do not remember. 15 Q. Mr. (...) How strong was that company; do you remember? 13 A. Yes, I remember. It had some 80 to 100 men. 14 Q. (...) No, they were foreigners. 20 Q. Do you remember, when was that? 21 A. I don't remember the date. 22 Q.
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Score: 788518.65 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/a...eksovski/trans/en/980630it.htm
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Dear friends, we must draw lessons from history  and that is why it is so vital that we remember the Holocaust and honour the victims of that atrocity. (...) We must draw lessons from history  and that is why it is so vital that we remember the Holocaust and honour the victims of that atrocity. (...) That is the only way we can honor the victims of the Holocaust; that is the only way we can learn from remembering what humankind is so tragically capable of; that is the only way we can save ourselves and succeeding generations from the abyss.
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Score: 787948.54 - https://www.un.org/pga/73/2019...-the-victims-of-the-holocaust/
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It was a terrible little suburb. And I remember the first child who spoke to me in school asked me if I smoked weed. (...) ST: Since childhood, frankly even before the revolution, I remember a constant line that my mother always said to me. (...) And the stories you heard were just unbearable. MF: Do you remember one? ST: I still have one person that I remember.
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Score: 787847.17 - https://www.un.org/en/awake-at...ight/S2-E4-born-to-help-others
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Remember the Fallen Skip to main navigation Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations. It's your world. UN Search Remember the Fallen UN Home Main Page Protecting UN Staff Documents UN Peacekeeping Fatalities since 1948 Ethiopian Airlines Crash (March 2019) Abuja (August 2011) Haiti Earthquake Memorial (January 2010) Algiers (December 2007) Baghdad (August 2003) Dag Hammarskjöld 50th Anniversary Photo Gallery In Memoriam:  Baghdad, 19 August 2003 A terrorist attack on the United Nations Headquarters in Baghdad, on 19 August 2003, claimed the lives of 22 people.  
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Score: 787169.97 - https://www.un.org/en/memorial/baghdad2003.shtml
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Remember the Fallen Skip to main navigation Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations. It's your world. UN Search Remember the Fallen UN Home Main Page Protecting UN Staff Documents UN Peacekeeping Fatalities since 1948 Ethiopian Airlines Crash (March 2019) Abuja (August 2011) Haiti Earthquake Memorial (January 2010) Algiers (December 2007) Baghdad (August 2003) Dag Hammarskjöld 50th Anniversary Photo Gallery In Memoriam:  Algiers, 11 December 2007 Seventeen United Nations staff members lost their lives when a car bomb destroyed the offices of the UN Development Programme and damaged those of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees.
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Score: 787169.97 - https://www.un.org/en/memorial/algiers2007.shtml
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A Day to Remember A Day to Remember Esther Garcia Gonzalez null 43571.965
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Score: 787131.25 - https://news.un.org/feed/downl...es/audio/2022/10/181022pd1.mp3
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On 24 May 1992, Mr. Poljak remembers “That day, the situation was really tense.” (...) There wasn’t enough air. I remember that within half an hour or one hour, I was soaking with sweat. (...) Mr Poljak told the Tribunal: “I remember clearly that he stood up. He went to the door.
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Score: 786787.7 - https://www.icty.org/en/sid/10126
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On 24 May 1992, Mr. Poljak remembers “That day, the situation was really tense.” (...) There wasn’t enough air. I remember that within half an hour or one hour, I was soaking with sweat. (...) Mr Poljak told the Tribunal: “I remember clearly that he stood up. He went to the door.
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Score: 786787.7 - https://www.icty.org/en/content/samir-poljak
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