• (adj): Of or pertaining to Rwanda.
    Example: "Rwandan mountains"
    Synonyms: Ruandan
    See also — Additional definitions below

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Chronology Of The Rwandan Genocide
... The following is a partial chronology of significant events surrounding the 1994 Rwandan Genocide. 1994 April 6 Rwandan president Juvénal Habyarimana is assassinated when a rocket propelled grenade strikes the plane carrying him and Burundi president Cyprien Ntaryamira, following negotiations ... April 7 Roadblocks are established by the Rwandan Armed Forces (FAR) and the Interahamwe ...
Laurent Nkunda - Political and Military Career - Capture and Arrest
... Congolese president Kabila made a deal with President Kagame of Rwanda to allow Rwandan soldiers into the DRC to uproot FDLR militants in exchange for Rwanda removing Nkunda ... Rwandan officials have yet to say if he will be handed over to DR Congo, which has issued an international warrant for his arrest ... he had been seized after sending three battalions to repel an advance by a joint Congolese-Rwandan force ...
Seth Sendashonga - Biography
... Sendashonga was a leader of a student movement opposed to the rule of Rwandan president Juvénal Habyarimana and been forced to leave the country in 1975 ... In 1992 Sendashonga joined the Rwandan Patriotic Front, the rebel group then fighting the Rwandan Civil War against the Habariyamana government ... government that carried out the Rwandan Genocide ...
Alison Des Forges - Witness To Rwandan Genocide
... for Rwanda, and gave evidence about the Rwandan Genocide to panels of the French National Assembly, the Belgian Senate, the US Congress, the Organisation of African Unity, and the United Nations ... which The Economist and The New York Times both describe as the definitive account of the Rwandan genocide ... book, she argued that the genocide was organized by the Hutu-dominated Rwandan government at the time, rather than being a spontaneous outbreak of ...
Congo Kinshasa - History - Civil Wars
... By 1996, following the Rwandan Civil War and genocide and the ascension of a Tutsi-led government, Rwandan Hutu militia forces (Interahamwe) fled to eastern Zaire and began refugee ... A coalition of Rwandan and Ugandan armies then invaded Zaire to overthrow the government of Mobutu, and ultimately control the mineral resources of Zaire, launching the First Congo War ... military forces to return to their countries because he was concerned that the Rwandan officers running his army were plotting a coup in order to give the presidency to a Tutsi who would report directly to the ...

More definitions of "Rwandan":

  • (noun): A native or inhabitant of Rwanda.