Read through correspondences such as letters, memos, and emails related to the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. These were exchanged between national, regional and international organisations, governments and non-governmental organisations.
A letter to the President of the Republic of Rwanda in which Commander Mike Tango, the leader of Alliance Military Annoyed by Tricky Secular Acts of Unaristes (AMASASU), announcing the birth of her alliance, explaining the reasons for their existence and their objective.
A note addressed to the President of the Republic of France, providing details on the situation in Rwanda and Burundi, just after the death of Presidents of the two countries as well as other people on board were killed in the attack against the presidential plane .
A note addressed to the President of the Republic of France telling him about the phone call from the Rwandan acting president, Dr. Theodore SINDIKUBWABO and the situation on the front line where the power balance was increasingly in favor of the RPF.
A communication from the Prime Minister Jean Kambanda giving guidelines to all province governors on recruitment and training of civilians for them to ensure their safety of those around them so that no enemy could infiltrate or escape.
A note to the President of the Republic of France in which there is discussion held by the french president and the prime minister on the situation of the EX- Yugoslavia and Rwanda in terms of diplomatic and military levels.
A communication from Edouard Karemera, Minister of Interior and Communal development, recalling all the province governors the instructions of the Prime Minister on the national security restoration, the role of each member of the administration, and public awareness on importance of setting the road blocks and the use of all available weapons.
A letter from Mr Stanislas Mbonampeka, Minister of Justice, requesting assistance for the creation of an International Commission of Inquiry on violations of human rights from the International Federation of Human Rights Paris- France .
A communication in which the prime minister Kambanda gives instruction to all governors:organizing security meetings where concrete mesures must be taken and executed in order to ensure the prefectural safety. Therefore, all national administration repesentatives and army should be involved.
Letter to the Minister of Interior and Communal Development, Faustin Munyaneza giving instructions to local authorities, to urgently take action and implement necessary measures to ensure the restoration of security in their provinces and the population should also get involved.
This is a correspondence letter written by the African Rights organisation to the Pope John-Paul II, explaining to him the nature of the undergoing investigations on the 1994 genocide against Tutsi in Rwanda, and its consequences since 4 years by then.
Letter from Dr. Théodore Sindikubwabo, president of National council of development, addressed to the prefect of Byumba. This letter is intended to request an allocation of a donation to Miyove refugees.
A note addressed to the President of the French Republic announcing to him of a new Ugandan-Tutsi offensive in northern Rwanda, and the problem in adapting their military contingent binding it closely with their diplomatic efforts.
A message from Edouard Karemera, Minister of Interior and Communal Development, to the Operational Commander of Gisenyi. It communicates the government decision to support the group of police to conduct, with the help of the population, the operation of raking Bisesero sector which became a sanctuary of the Rwandan Patriotic Front (FPR).
A note addressed to the President of the Republic of France, informing him of the situation in Rwanda deteriorating, the UN inactive site but also a possible reaction from France to bring a solution involving all countries great Lakes region.
A note addressed to the President of the French Republic complicitée speaking of the Ugandan government in the rebel war against the Rwandan government and the presence of surface-to-air missile SAM 16, the newest design.
A note to the President of the Republic of France informing him about the situation in Rwanda with the arrival of French military, the political situation and their communication to the United Nations.
A note addressed to the President of the French Republic in which they discussed the position of France on the diplomatic front in Rwandan politics and constraints that Rwandan army forces had to stop the RPF troops.
A telegram sent to the Minister of Defense by Dr. Clement Kayishema, prefect of Kibuye, informing him that civilians are ready to begin cleaning in the area of Bisesero for their self-defense. For the implementation, Kayishema asked for a formal order and ammunition enabling them to complete the job.
A telegram sent to the minister of internal security by Dr Kayishema, the prefect of Kibuye, reporting on the events that took place in that area, how they were treated, also asking for more military support to better ensure the population safety.
A note from French President François Mitterrand addressed to the President of the United States of America, Bill Clinton suggesting the active support of the United States to a prompt decision of the Security Council in favor of sending a UN force Rwanda.
On April 7th, Secretary of State Warren Christopher established a 24-hour working group concerning the unfolding situations in Kigali and Bujumbura (led by Prudence Bushnell). The task force concluded its work on April 15th, following the evacuation of American citizens and the closure of the U.S. Embassy.