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Despite the accords and the agreement on power-sharing, however, tensions persisted between Hutu and Tutsi factions.
In the spring of 1994, President Habyarimana was assassinated, which sparked the genocide that took place over 100 days killing an estimated 500,000 to 1,000,000 people.
In turn, the RPF attacked numerous Hutu civilian targets and reportedly recruited child soldiers.
A ceasefire agreement was reached in July 1992, and the war officially ended on August 4, 1993 with the signing of the Arusha Accords.
Charter: Article 16 of the 1993 Arusha Accords provided for the establishment of a Commission of Inquiry to investigate human rights violations committed during the war. 03/99, passed March 12, 1999 set up the Commission. 35/2002, November 14, 2002 made the Commission a permanent organ and specifies its mandate and powers.
Mandate: The National Unity and Reconciliation Commission was empowered to organize national public debates aimed at promoting reconciliation, foster tolerance and a culture of peace and human rights, and denounce any ideas aimed at disunity.
(The Commission became a permanent body in 2002.) Background: The Rwandan Civil War began in October 1990 when the Tutsi Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) invaded Rwanda from Uganda in an effort to unseat the government of President Juvénal Habyarimana.
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The United Nations now acknowledges its failure to intervene. When the streets in Rwanda began to fill with corpses 15 years ago, the world stood by and did nothing, despite the fact that the United Nations already had peacekeepers deployed in the country.
The UN Security Council prevented its troops from getting involved.
It's now clear that there were sufficient warnings to have prevented the genocide - or to have at least reduced the number of victims.
Two months before the outbreak of the genocide in Rwanda, Jacques-Roger Booh Booh, head of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda (UNAMIR), sent a cable to UN headquarters in New York.
Rapport d'Évaluation Du Processus d'Unité Et De Réconciliation Nationales Du 23-Novembre-2001.