- The capital of Rwanda is currently being bombarded by rebel troops. A blue helmet was killed by the explosion of a shell. On the civilian side, the toll is so heavy that it now exceeds 100,000 dead. And the humanitarian organizations still on the ground describe hell.
- They were extricated from heaps of corpses or discovered wandering along the deserted roads of the country. They are orphans who survived the massacres in Rwanda. Alive today in a makeshift hospital in Gahini thanks to civilians and RPF rebels, they owe their salvation only to the bodies that covered them.
- Roads strewn with corpses, at the Mukarange mission, a few days after the departure of the RPF, 1,500 people were killed, burned and then buried.
- The living continue to flee Rwanda, mainly to Tanzania. Since the murder of the Rwandan President on April 6, hundreds of thousands of people have fled to neighboring countries. Over 100,000 were killed. Today, in addition to the massacres that are decimating the population, a new threat hovers: famine.