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Former Rwandan Women’s Affairs Minister Convicted for Genocide and Rape

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The first woman to ever be convicted by the United Nations Tribunal has been so for ordering rape and genocide during the Rwandan conflict that resulted in 800,000 deaths and at least 250,000 women raped, reports Jezebel. Pauline Nyiramasuhuko was also the minister in Rwanda for women and family affairs:

Known throughout the country as simply “Pauline,” in 1994 she presided over a brutal trick in Butare, her hometown: luring Tutsis to a stadium on the promise of Red Cross assistance, then slaughtering them. She appears to have a had a particular obsession with ordering soldiers to rape and mutilate women.

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In this and other atrocities, the profile continues, “Pauline had led ...

Trigger warning

The first woman to ever be convicted by the United Nations Tribunal has been so for ordering rape and genocide during the Rwandan conflict that resulted in 800,000 deaths and at least 250,000 women raped,