Refugees move, aid plans change

December 1996
Christian Century;12/11/96, Vol. 113 Issue 36, p1224
Reports on the decision of Western nations to scale back their aid plans due to dramatic surges of Rwandan refugees within Zaire and back into Rwanda. United States' cancellation of plans to send combat troops to Zaire; Complaints by aid agencies that the Rwandan government was thwarting efforts to care for the refugees; Massacre of Rwandan and Zairean refugees by Tutsi-led rebels.


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