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‘Raindrops’ explores origins of Rwandan genocide

Tonight and tomorrow, Link TV is airing the powerful documentary “explore: Raindrops Over Rwanda,” which delves into the roots that led to the horrifically violent killing of an estimated 1 million men, women and children in April 1994. Following the documentary, the remarkable Honoré Gatera, the head guide at the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre in […]

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Tag Archives: Link TV

Kouddous gives voice to individual Egyptians

Some of the most remarkable video coverage of Egypt is coming from Democracy Now! Senior Producer Sharif Abdel Kouddous and Producer Hany Massoud. With increased violence against journalists forcing a limit on coverage, sometimes to anonymous wide shots, Kouddous’ team has been highlighting the voices of individual Egyptians from Cairo’s Tahrir Square. Perhaps what helps […]

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