France ‘did nothing to stop’ Rwanda genocide, report claims

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A report by a US law firm that was commissioned by the authorities in Kigali says France bears ‘significant responsibility’ for deaths.

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France “bears significant responsibility” for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people in the Rwandan genocide of 1994 because it remained “unwavering in its support” of its allies even though officials knew the slaughter was being prepared, a report commissioned by Kigali claims, reports The Guardian.