1 edition of Burundi, the Gatumba massacre found in the catalog.
Burundi, the Gatumba massacre
|Series||Human Rights Watch briefing paper|
|Contributions||Human Rights Watch (Organization)|
|LC Classifications||DT450.95.B84 B87 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||2005327047|
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MEAN THAT BANYAMURENGE OF GATUMBA WERE DIED LIKE OTHER PEOPLE AT WAR-FIELD. Thousands were killed in massacres by all factions, including the killings at Gatumba, for which the rebel FNL claimed responsibility; the massacre at Itaba of approximately Hutu.
(Goma) – Victims of an armed attack on a refugee camp in Burundi and their families are still waiting for justice and compensation 15 years later.
The attack on the Gatumba refugee camp in Burundi killed more than Congolese civilians and wounded another A criminal case was opened the Gatumba massacre book but stalled in and has not resumed since.
Press Release - Victims of an armed attack on a refugee camp in Burundi and their families are still waiting for justice and compensation 15 years the Gatumba massacre book. The attack on the Gatumba refugee camp in. Gatumba. The village of Gatumba lies on the western side of Burundi, near the border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The place is known for a massacre that took place at a refugee camp connected to the village. A letter in the Guardian that deserves some wider dissemination (links added). On August 13Congolese Tutsis were shot, hacked and burned to death, by members of the Hutu-extremist group Palipehutu-FNL at the Gatumba refugee camp in western Burundi.
A brutal massacre of women and children took place on August 13 at the Gatumba refugee camp, Burundi.
The attack came at p.m., leaving mutilated bodies, many of. By Charles Ishimwe At the night of August 13th,in a Gatumba refugee camp in Burundi, Africa, innocent victims from the Democratic Republic of Congo were mercilessly slaughtered by armed factions and at least others were maimed or seriously injured.
Families were traumatized and all of those murdered and injured were of the BANYAMULENGE. “They slashed my people with their machetes.
They set my people on fire. They shot my people in the head.” Native Congolese Sandra Uwiringiyimana reflects back to the August massacre in Gatumba, Burundi, that took the life of her 6-year-old sister and mother in the opening passage of her new memoir, How Dare the Sun Rise.
Emotional numbness and sleepless nights. On 13 Augustthere was a massacre at the Gatumba refugee camp in Burundi where people were massacred. All victims were from a minority Banyamulenge tribe. All were defenceless and slaughtered with machetes and burned alive with gasoline.
"Five years after the Gatumba massacre, the perpetrators of the massacre continue to escape justice," said Dufka.
"It's time for the Burundian government to fulfill its commitments to justice for the thousands who suffered atrocities in Gatumba, Bugendana, Itaba, and across Burundi during the country's long conflict." Background. UN condemns massacre in Burundi Last updated at 16 August The UN Security Council has condemned the massacre of more than Tutsi Congolese refugees in western Burundi.
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