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Warning: the documents checked in column G express the ideology of the perpetrators of the genocide against the Tutsi or show tolerance towards it.
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D T 31202 September 17, 1991 Uganda admits firing on Zaire-bound plane near border AFP
D T 31203 September 17, 1991 Kampala [Statement by President Museveni] AFP
D T 31204 October 13, 1991 New prime minister is picked AFP
D T 31205 October 14, 1991 Parley with rebels new PM's priority AFP
D T 31206 October 16, 1991 Opposition parties snub new PM AFP
D T 31207 October 18, 1991 100,000 villagers flee guerrilla attacks in northern Rwanda AFP
D T 31208 October 19, 1991 Mobutu to host another round of Rwandan peace talks AFP
D T 31209 November 11, 1991 Rwanda troops claim killing more than 100 rebels AFP
D T 31210 November 11, 1991 Security trials for 58 suspects AFP
D T 31211 November 11, 1991 Radio reveals more looting by troops AFP
D T 31212 November 17, 1991 Opposition holds first mass demonstration in Rwanda AFP
D T 31213 November 28, 1991 Burundi throws out Rwandan diplomat AFP
D T 31214 December 1, 1991 Rwanda expels two Burundian diplomats AFP
D T 31215 December 3, 1991 Kampala [The sudden influx of the refugees has created a land shortage crisis] AFP
D T 31216 December 3, 1991 Over 2,000 Burundian refugees pour into Rwanda AFP
D T 31217 December 12, 1991 Rwandan rebels shell refugee camp inside Rwanda AFP
D T 31218 December 14, 1991 Rwanda claims rebels massing on its border with Uganda AFP
D T 31219 December 19, 1991 Rwandan Premier to form new transitional government AFP
D T 12464 December 20, 1991 Heavy fighting on Uganda-Rwanda border: report AFP
D T 31221 December 21, 1991 Rwandan authorities confirm heavy fighting on border with Uganda AFP
D T 31222 December 24, 1991 Army up against rebels for four days AFP
D T 31223 December 27, 1991 Rwanda accuses Burundi of foul play over refugees AFP
D T 31224 December 28, 1991 Refugees from Burundi continue to stream into Rwanda AFP
D T 31225 December 31, 1991 Rwandan premier announces new government dominated by his party AFP
D T 31227 January 15, 1992 More than 60,000 refugees enter Uganda AFP
D T 31228 January 17, 1992 Army reports major rebel losses AFP
D T 31229 January 25, 1992 Burundi refugees going home AFP
D T 12478 January 30, 1992 Rebels hunted after attack on army post AFP
D T 12479 February 3, 1992 Rwanda frees 750 under amnesty order AFP
D T 31230 February 6, 1992 Uganda warns Rwanda of retaliation if raids into Uganda continue AFP
D T 31232 February 19, 1992 East African leader meets Mubarak AFP
D T 31231 February 19, 1992 Rwanda to hold free elections in 1992: minister AFP
D T 31233 March 2, 1992 Rebels behind attack that killed French nun, ambassador says AFP
D T 31234 March 7, 1992 Arson, looting leaves 3,000 Tutsi refugees, 10 dead AFP
D T 31235 March 7, 1992 Arson, looting leaves 2,000 Tutsi refugees, five dead AFP
D T 31236 March 8, 1992 Toll of tribal fighting in Rwanda "could be 300": rights group AFP
D T 31237 March 8, 1992 Death toll up in Rwanda tribal clashes AFP
D T 31238 March 9, 1992 Belgian FM calls for joint EC approach to Rwanda AFP
D T 31241 March 9, 1992 Rwanda imposes state of siege to halt tribal violence AFP
D T 31242 March 14, 1992 Rally called off after accord on coalition government AFP
D T 31243 March 16, 1992 Campagne, Jean-Pierre Terror reigns after massacres in Rwanda AFP
D T 31244 March 17, 1992 300 killed in Rwanda tribal clashes, say human rights activists AFP
D T 31245 March 19, 1992 At least one dead in Kigali bus explosion AFP
D T 31246 March 27, 1992 Thousands still displaced after tribal clashes AFP
D T 31247 March 29, 1992 Burundi refugees in Tanzania to assess situation at home AFP
D T 31248 March 31, 1992 Human rights activist arrested: report AFP
D T 31249 April 2, 1992 New government in Burundi AFP
D T 31250 April 3, 1992 Rwandan president names opposition leader as prime minister AFP
D T 31255 April 6, 1992 Two journalists, human rights activist freed AFP
D T 31256 April 9, 1992 Two ex-ministers arrested over coup bid AFP
D T 31257 April 12, 1992 Ntiranyuhura, Damien 41 die in northwestern Burundi clashes as army regains control: army AFP
D T 31258 April 12, 1992 Cibitoke [About the latest raid led into north-western Burundi] AFP
D T 31259 April 17, 1992 New premier names coalition government AFP
D T 31260 April 18, 1992 70 Rwandan rebels killed in clashes with army: claim AFP
D T 31261 April 25, 1992 Six people seriously injured in bomb atack at Kigali AFP
D T 31262 April 29, 1992 Rwandan rebels claim large territorial gain from government AFP
D T 31263 May 1, 1992 Mine attack against bus kills 13 AFP
D T 31264 May 2, 1992 President's party accused over blast AFP
D T 31265 May 3, 1992 Taxi blast toll revised AFP
D T 31266 May 7, 1992 Fresh bomb attack in Rwanda AFP
D T 31268 May 8, 1992 Gangsters assault education minister AFP
D T 31269 May 11, 1992 Rwandan refugees moved to new Burundi camp AFP
D T 31270 May 16, 1992 French cooperation minister holds talks with Ugandan president AFP
D T 31271 May 20, 1992 At least 330 dead in month of fighting in Rwanda AFP
D T 31273 May 24, 1992 Rwandan FM meets rebel RPF representative AFP
D T 31274 May 24, 1992 OAU secretary general on four day visit AFP
D T 31272 May 25, 1992 Kampala [Habyarimana urged Museveni to help improve security along the two countries' common border] AFP
D T 31275 May 26, 1992 June talks for Rwanda government, rebels AFP
D T 31276 May 29, 1992 At least one killed in Rwanda as rival demonstrators clash AFP
D T 31278 June 1, 1992 Troops on rampage in Rwanda AFP
D T 31279 June 2, 1992 President must be ousted, opposition says AFP
D T 31280 June 3, 1992 Amnesty appeals to Rwanda to halt persecution of Tutsi minority AFP
D T 31281 June 3, 1992 Police kill opposition militant AFP
D T 31282 June 4, 1992 Rebels, opposition parties urge ceasefire AFP
D T 31283 June 5, 1992 Rwandan peace talks postponed AFP
D T 31284 June 7, 1992 Fighting reported in northeast Rwanda AFP
D T 31285 June 7, 1992 Rwandan parties negotiate in Paris AFP
D T 31286 June 7, 1992 Rwanda peace talks progress AFP
D T 31292 June 8, 1992 Rwandan teams agree to meet again to end war AFP
D T 31293 June 11, 1992 Rebels call for national unity government AFP
D T 31294 June 11, 1992 Rwandan franc devalued AFP
D T 31295 June 18, 1992 Fighting rages in Rwanda AFP
D T 31296 June 25, 1992 Rwandan army seeks to drive rebels back to Uganda AFP
D T 31297 June 27, 1992 Emergency UN food aid set for 60,000 fleeing Rwanda civil war AFP
D T 31298 June 29, 1992 Rebels active with Ugandan support: minister AFP
D T 31299 July 4, 1992 Rebels launch new clandestine radio AFP
D T 31300 July 7, 1992 Two sentenced to die for violence that killed hundreds AFP
D T 31301 July 8, 1992 Fighting displaces almost 300,000 people AFP
D T 31302 July 9, 1992 Tanzania assures Rwanda of its support to peace efforts AFP
D T 31303 July 9, 1992 Rwandan rebels accuse government of pre-talk attacks AFP
D T 31304 July 9, 1992 Rwandan resistance leader denies attack on refugee camp AFP
D T 31305 July 10, 1992 Bisanga, Hamidu Rwandan peace talks opening in Tanzania AFP
D T 31306 July 10, 1992 Rwandan peace talks open in Tanzania AFP
D T 31308 July 11, 1992 Bisanga, Hamidu Rwandan rebels accuse government of ceasefire violations AFP
D T 31309 July 11, 1992 Arusha [Talks open after upsurge in violence in northern Rwanda] AFP
D T 31310 July 12, 1992 Bisanga, Hamidu Rwandan government, rebels agree on truce AFP
D T 31311 July 12, 1992 Arusha [Rwandan government and RPF finally agreed to a ceasefire] AFP
D T 31312 July 13, 1992 Arusha [Diplomats attending the Arusha talks as observers expressed more optimism about the new deal] AFP
D T 31313 July 13, 1992 Rwandan government, rebels delay signature of truce accord AFP
D T 31314 July 13, 1992 Bisanga, Hamidu Rwandan truce accord delayed AFP
D T 31316 July 14, 1992 Bisanga, Hamidu Rwandan ceasefire signed, raising hopes of peace AFP
D T 31317 July 14, 1992 Rwandan ceasefire signed AFP
D T 31318 July 14, 1992 Arusha [Government and rebels called for the withdrawal of foreign troops from Rwanda] AFP
D T 31319 July 20, 1992 Rebels violate truce: government AFP
D T 31320 July 22, 1992 Tanzanian President expresses dismay at Rwandan truce breach AFP
D T 31321 July 22, 1992 One dead in political clashes AFP
D T 31322 August 2, 1992 Guerrillas break ceasefire, Rwandan government says AFP
D T 31323 August 2, 1992 Ceasefire being respected: defence minister AFP
D T 31404 August 4, 1992 Two demonstrators killed in Kigali AFP
D T 31415 August 4, 1992 Two demonstrators and a policeman killed in Kigali AFP
D T 31416 August 4, 1992 Rebels violate ceasefire: minister AFP
D T 31417 August 8, 1992 Uganda and Rwanda to maintain peace along border: minister AFP
D T 31418 August 8, 1992 Bisanga, Hamidu OAU chief in Tanzania for another round of Rwandan peace talks AFP
D T 31419 August 8, 1992 Dar es Salaam [Mpungwe said negotiations are aimed at ironing out deep-rooted ethnic differences] AFP
D T 31420 August 10, 1992 Rwanda peace talks set to reopen in Tanzania AFP
D T 31421 August 11, 1992 Bisanga, Hamidu OAU secretary-general says Rwandan ceasefire holding AFP
D T 31422 August 11, 1992 Arusha [Ngulinzira: "Let us build a new nation of peace, democray and tranquility"] AFP
D T 31423 August 13, 1992 Rwandan peace talks off to a good start AFP
D T 31424 August 16, 1992 Progress reported at Rwandan peace talks AFP
D T 31425 August 17, 1992 Peaceful settlement of Rwandan conflict in sight: official AFP
D T 31426 August 18, 1992 Rwandan government and rebels in peace and power-sharing agreement AFP
D T 31427 August 19, 1992 Rwandan government and rebels sign peace and power-sharing agreement AFP
D T 31428 August 31, 1992 Businessman elected to lead Rwanda opposition party AFP
D T 18158 September 2, 1992 Rebels said to violate ceasefire, 18 dead AFP
D T 79 September 17, 1992 Arusha [There are indications that the two sides are tired of the 23-month-old civil war] AFP
D T 26322 September 17, 1992 Bisanga, Hamidu Power-sharing issue still deadlocks Rwanda peace talks AFP
D T 25829 October 5, 1992 Rebel failure to arrive delays Rwandan peace talks in Tanzania AFP
D T 28543 October 6, 1992 Rwandan peace talks resume AFP
D T 23830 October 7, 1992 Dar es-Salaam [Tanzanian government optimistic about breaking the stalemate] AFP
D T 11782 October 9, 1992 Demonstration backs peace talks AFP
D T 28801 October 10, 1992 Demonstration against president held AFP
D T 25847 October 10, 1992 Rwandan peace talks still deadlocked despite some progress AFP
D T 19063 October 17, 1992 Dar es-Salaam [Plenary session is to tackle high-level appointments] AFP
D T 24776 October 17, 1992 Rwandan peace talks cover more ground on power-sharing AFP
D T 18462 October 19, 1992 Rwandan government and rebels about to strike deal on power-sharing AFP
D T 20115 October 26, 1992 Rwandan government and rebels agree to share out cabinet posts AFP
D T 24114 October 28, 1992 Rwandan peace talks hit hurdle over parliament AFP
D T 31492 October 30, 1992 Rwandan peace talks adjourned after deadlock AFP
D T 31493 October 30, 1992 Stabbing marks city centre demo AFP
D T 31494 October 30, 1992 Bisanga, Hamidu Rwanda power-sharing accord to be signed AFP
D T 31495 October 31, 1992 Dar es-Salaam [Rebels propose that the current assembly be dissolved] AFP
D T 31496 October 31, 1992 Bisanga, Hamidu Rwandan peace negotiators sign accord on power-sharing AFP
D T 10388 November 14, 1992 Four Rwandan opposition parties in alliance with ruling party AFP
D T 5245 November 18, 1992 Dysentery outbreak kills more than 120 AFP
D T 988 November 19, 1992 10,000 demonstrate after seven die in Kigali AFP
D T 10519 November 20, 1992 Clashes follow bloody pro-peace demonstration in Kigali AFP
D T 31505 November 24, 1992 Dissident group leader arrested in Uganda AFP
D T 31506 November 25, 1992 Rwandan peace talks resume AFP
D T 31507 November 30, 1992 Rwandan peace talks to resume Tuesday AFP
D T 31511 December 8, 1992 Rwanda asks Russian Foreign Ministry to investigate death of student AFP
D T 31512 December 14, 1992 Burundian president in Uganda for four-day visit AFP
D T 27187 December 24, 1992 Troops go on rampage in Zaire, three killed AFP
D T 25728 December 29, 1992 Steady progress at Rwandan peace talks in Arusha AFP
D T 26199 January 6, 1993 Relief supplies for northern Rwanda to start moving again from Uganda AFP
D T 15742 January 10, 1993 Rwandan peace negotiators seal power-sharing pact AFP
D T 984 January 10, 1993 Nairobi [The peace talks have been adjourned for two weeks] AFP
D T 12860 January 18, 1993 Rwandan Patriotic Front rebels stop delivery of relief to northern Rwanda AFP
D T 13285 January 19, 1993 Rwandan peace talks resume, rebels demand end to massacre AFP
D T 12966 January 21, 1993 Uwibambe, Marie-Goretti Three die in protests against deal with rebels AFP
D T 12976 January 21, 1993 Kigali [The violence began when opposition supporters tried to disperse the demonstrators] AFP
D T 12994 January 21, 1993 Kigali [The January 9 accord detailed the sharing of the 22 cabinet portfolios] AFP
D T 13093 January 22, 1993 Three more dead in protests against deal with rebels AFP
D T 13086 January 25, 1993 Rwandan leaders in row over talks with rebels AFP
D T 13097 January 25, 1993 Kigali [Last week, at least six people were killed] AFP
D T 13104 January 26, 1993 Kigali [Trouble rapidly broke out after the initial accords signed] AFP
D T 13122 January 26, 1993 Uwibambe, Marie-Goretti 53 killed in north Rwanda clashes AFP
D T 13187 January 26, 1993 53 killed in north Rwanda clashes AFP
D T 31549 January 27, 1993 Nairobi [Local supporters of the Rwandan leadership had set up the massacre] AFP
D T 31550 January 27, 1993 Urgent [Youths claiming to support Rwanda's military leader have killed at least 80 people] AFP
D T 13193 January 27, 1993 Nairobi [Violence is being meted out not only to the traditional Tutsi targets but also to fellow Hutu who belong to opposition movements] AFP
D T 13197 January 27, 1993 80 killed in Rwanda massacres: official AFP
D T 13319 January 29, 1993 Rwanda peace talks to start Friday after a four-day delay AFP
D T 25925 January 29, 1993 Correcting ex-Dar es-Salaam AFP
D T 31579 January 31, 1993 Delegates at Rwandan peace talks holding private consultations AFP
D T 31580 February 8, 1993 Fighting between Hutu and Tutsi leaves 300 dead AFP
D T 31581 February 8, 1993 Tribal clashes reported in northwest AFP
D T 31582 February 9, 1993 Tanzania appeals to Rwandans to stop fighting AFP
D T 31583 February 9, 1993 French send more troops as tribal clashes continue AFP
D T 31584 February 9, 1993 Kigali [List of temporarily suspended officials] AFP
D T 31585 February 10, 1993 Kigali [New clashes reported in northern Rwanda] AFP
D T 31586 February 10, 1993 Uwibambe, Marie-Goretti Hundred thousand flee fighting as rebels 30 km from capital AFP
D T 13620 February 11, 1993 Byumba [RPF accusations that French troops participated in the fighting] AFP
D T 31587 February 11, 1993 Belgium signals it will cut its substantial aid to Rwanda AFP
D T 31588 February 11, 1993 Chazan, David Rwandan rebels declare ceasefire AFP
D T 13714 February 12, 1993 11:12:00 Ngarama [Kagame repeated accusations that French troops were fighting alongside government forces] AFP
D T 26315 February 12, 1993 Chazan, David Rwandan rebels claim 250 government soldiers killed AFP
D T 13945 February 13, 1993 Joe, Alexander Fighting rages in Rwanda despite truce call (pictures) AFP
D T 13718 February 13, 1993 11:04:00 Mutara [Kagame claims France has up to 1,000 troops in Rwanda] AFP
D T 1111 February 14, 1993 Rwandan peace talks adjourned to allow OAU to discuss conflict AFP
D T 18277 February 14, 1993 Chazan, David France, Uganda accused over Rwanda fighting AFP
D T 12733 February 14, 1993 Cyumba [The rebel invasion prompted accusations that Uganda backed the RPF] AFP
D T 26821 February 14, 1993 Government appeals for resumption of negotiations and aid AFP
D T 25966 February 16, 1993 Rebels shell town in first day of truce AFP
D T 24806 February 17, 1993 Half a million people flee as government prepares to meet rebels AFP
D T 24813 February 17, 1993 Rebels massacre civilians: government AFP
D T 31654 February 19, 1993 Rebels massacre 500 civilians: report AFP
D T 31655 February 20, 1993 President of Rwanda's brother-in-law arrested AFP
D T 31656 February 22, 1993 Campagne, Jean-Pierre France doubles number of troops in Rwanda AFP
D T 31747 February 23, 1993 Representatives begin to arrive for all-party talks in Burundi AFP
D T 20129 February 23, 1993 Goverment offers not to move troops, set up neutral zone AFP
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