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 Taylor Report 
 Professor Masako Yoneakawa
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Professor Masako Yoneakawa, co-representative of Rita-Congo, researcher on refugee issues, peace and conflicts in the Great Lakes Region of Africa, has recently been named a recipient of the Victoire Ingabire Award at a ceremony in Brussels.

In this interview with the Taylor Report, Professor Yonekawa explains how the basic story of what occurred in Rwanda 1994 has not been properly reported. To understand the events of 1994 it is necessary to know that Rwanda was invaded in 1990 from Uganda and the refugee crisis and the ensuing violence began at that point. The Professor proved important details about the failure of the UN and other international institutions to protect Rwandan refugees who had fled to Zaire/Congo.
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00:46:51 English 2021-07-05
 Toronto, Ontario
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