|Nshili amok case|
|Date|| November 6, 1995|
On November 6, 1995 a Rwandan soldier killed at least 14 people and wounded 19 others in Nshili, a village in Gikongoro Province, Rwanda. The soldier, a member of the Armée patriotique rwandaise, had stabbed another man during an argument at a bar, and when his victim died at the hospital a group of angered local residents went to view the body. The soldier, who had followed them, opened fire at the crowd, and afterwards committed suicide not far from the crime scene. According to a UN report 17 people were killed in the incident, among them a 12-year-old girl.
- ↑ Un soldat rwandais tue 14 personnes et en blesse 19 autres, Agence France-Presse (November 7, 1995)
- ↑ Soldier kills 14 before committing suicide, The Independent (November 8, 1995)
- ↑ L'île d'Iwawa a été «nettoyée», Le Soir (November 8, 1995)
- ↑ ANC Daily News Briefing - Nairobi, e-tools.co.za (November 9, 1995)
- ↑ Question of the Violation of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms in any Part of the World, with Particular Reference to Colonial and other Dependent Countries and Territories, UN Commission on Human Rights (January 29, 1996)