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The Bill of Rights is defined by community standards. The provision  incorporated against the states within the United States Court of  Appeals has not been incorporated against the states.
Genocides are one  of the most difficult things to prevent. By the time the outside  world knows about one, it has gone for weeks, months or years. More  than six decades after the Holocaust, the horrors of Bosnia,  Rwanda, and Darfur are sobering reminders that preventing future  genocides and...
They all do.    However, since the United States has relatively weak diplomatic  relations with Cuba, extradition between the two is extremely rare  and a very lengthy process.
Which genocide? if you're talking about the holocaust, it took place in the 1940s
 The genocide in  Darfur has claimed 400,000 lives and displaced over  2,500,000 people. More than one hundred people continue to die each  day; five thousand die every month. The Sudanese government  disputes these estimates and denies any connection with the  Janjaweed.  
the ordinary people were able to vote, they had more freedom and the space they needed to love, this came with some strings attached.
The Armenian genocide lasted for 2 years from 1915 to 1917. Of the  2 million Armenians there were in the Ottoman Empire about 1.5  million died during the genocide.
In Amritsar, over 5,000 people gathered at Jallianwala Bagh.
One Category here at WikiAnswers that the Human rights questions are initially being put into is the International Laws category as human rights issues are in general a world wide concern. As categories are added on a regular basis it is possible for these questions to be moved out their current...
Unfortuneately the conflict in darfur hasn't ended and had been going on for about 10 years now.
Yes. Greece has signed an extradition treaty with US. The treaty was signed on November 1, 1932 at Washington. Treaty and exchange of notes were signed at Athens on May 6, 1931. Senate advice and consent to ratification was done on February 19, 1932. It was ratified by the President of the United...
Yes - Rwanda 1994 - 800,000 Tutsis slaughtered by Hutus on racial  grounds. Their weapon of choice: the machete, a type of sword that  is curved, and wider at the end.    There was also a genocide of millions of Armenians after World War  I, in Turkey, by fanatical Moslem turks, inspired by...
Answer: Why Rwandan Genocide ended . The Rwandan Genocide ended in July 1994 when the Tutsi RPF (Rwandese Patriotic Front) captured Kigali. The Hutus fled to Zaire and to other countries.
About 800 000 people died so it would be impossible to name all of them, but it was mostly Tutsis who died.
  Examples of genocide include: Armenia in WW1 by th Turks; The dispossession of the American Indian by the US in the north & Spain in central & south america; The concentration camps in WW2; The treatment of their neighbours in recent years by Serbia; Rwanda;
Around ten million people were killed in the Ukrainian Soviet  Socialist Republic famine-genocide. Known as the Holodomor, this  terror occurred in 1932 and 1933.
The Krakow Ghetto Massacre refers to the final ÔliquidationÕ of the  Jewish ghetto in the Polish city of Krakow. Deportations from the  Ghetto had begun in May 1942; however, the SS killed about 2000  remaining Jews who had been deemed unfit for work on the days of  March 13 and March 14,1943.
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No. UAE and the Philippines does not have any extradition treaty.
Up to 400,000 people have died due as a result of direct attacksand conflict induced malnutrition and disease. The vast majority ofthese have been women, children and civilian men. More than 3million people have been displaced and are living in IDP camps.More than 350,000 people are deprived of...
it started in 1949, and is still going on to this day
Armenia was part of Iran for different periods of history (its takes time to write) but the modern Armenian came to Iran because Iran was the only power who could stand against Ottoman Turks that was enemy of Armenian (in east)
Pol Pot did affect the world through his racist sentiments. As a  leader, he helped the spread of slave trade especially in areas  where he had jurisdictions.
  A reason is lots of hatred
The Armenian death marches ended in the Syrian desert.
Both were carried out againts outnumbered Texans and both became rallying cries at the battle of San Jacinto
annihilation, carnage, holocaust, slaughter
Depending on nation or region, there can be multiple laws applicable to radioactive matter and control of radiation emissions. Strontium-90 (a radioactive isotope of strontium with half-lives ranging* from 28.78 to 29.1 years) --- along with many other radioactive elements --- is subject to...
Yes, its a genocide
There is a very long history of conflict in Rwanda which was first settled by Hutu people from the tenth century, but from the fourteenth century they became dominated by the Tutsu people migrating to the area. They established a monarchy in the fifteenth century and then a unified state in the late...
Yes, other examples include:The Ottoman Turkish genocide of the Armenians in 1915-1917, but the Turkish government vehemently denies that there was any genocide at the time.The Rwanda Genocide of 1994.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a declaration adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on December 10, 1948. It states that the recognition of human dignity is the foundation for justice and peace in the world.
"Because it is Armenian propoganda and did not really happen!" says the initial poster of this question. There real answer is because of people like this person. Over the last century the Turkish government has done everything in its power to promote forgetting the genocide and to rational the great...
they did not ignore it, they just did not see it as a priority. The thinking was that they should focus on a military defeat of Hitler, with that they could stop any attempted genocide. A course of action that,since then, is generally accepted as the most appropriate course.
Many of the perpetrators of the Rwandan Genocide were tried and  received life sentences. Unfortunately, many of those who  participated in the genocide ran away to other countries, or went  out in the bush, where pursuit is almost impossible. Part of the  sadness is that the conflict is tribal,...
They don't test for rare or unknown gene pools nor do they think there will be racial genocide so there is no place for you to look. They only use the test to find out if ppl are related or if they have hereditary diseases etc.
A:   The short answer is 'no'. If the legendary saint ever really lived,  in the third century, this was long before the Protestant  Reformation, making it impossible for him to kill Protestants.    The 'St Valentine's Day massacre' was an event in United States  history, that just...
It was the Ottoman governmen'ts systemetic extermination ofArmenians. It started from 24 April 1924 when Otoman authorityrounded up, started arresting and deporting 235 to 270 Armenianintellecual and community leaders from Constantinople to Ankara andlater killed them. The genocide was carried out...
Hitler saw the Jews as subhuman and wanted the Jews out of Germany  and out of the "living space" he was going to create for the  expaded German nation. One of the first solutions proposed was the  use of the very large island of Madagascar (then a French colony)  as a self-contained homeland...
Women, children, elderly men, and many of them died from hunger anddieases caused by hunger and malnutrition. An estmated 400 000seemed to be the victims.
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Covenant is a legal agreement between states internationally and when it is signed it is internationally legally binding for parties signed. Convention is an official agreement between countries or leaders. If states do not sign it, states will not be having any responsibility to fulfill or bring it...
The European Court of Justice has four main functions.  1. National courts can request an interpretation of how EU law  should be applied in a certain country - this is called a  preliminary hearing   2. The Commission or another member state can report that a member  state is not fulfilling...
In the numerous "killing fields" all across the country of  Cambodia. The genocide did not happen in just one place.    Probably the most important and most famous killing field is  Cheung-Ek, which is around 15-30 minutes outside of the capital  Phnom Penh.
well for nationalism, countries were extremely proud and willing to fight for their country. for militarism, when one country started militarizing, the others started. It was an arms race, each one trying to out do the other.
A genocide is when a person or a group of people try to exterminate a whole race or culture. The Hutu's were trying to extermanate the Tutsi's because of their race. That's what made it a genocide.
  During the Cambodian Genocide of 1975-1979, approximately 1.7 million people lost their lives (21% of the country's population), it was one of the worst human tragedies of the 20th century.
The Rwanda Genocide was one of the most disturbing events in the  history of Africa. As a result hundreds of people were prosecuted  for taking part in it. There is currently no one still being  prosecuted as a result of this event.
In a sentence, it's about a group of young people traveling through a rural area who stumble upon a family of sadistic, cannabalistic serial killers. The imdb (Internet Movie DataBase) entry for the movie has a summary and an exceptionally good full synopsis. See the Related Link below.
Answer . 10 000 000 people, and 3 000 000 children among them. Mostly they were Ukrainian villagers, people from cities and some intelligency.
Well many of the things he believed were pretty outlandish: No one should be educated, families shouldn't exist, cities are decadent, money should be banned, everyone should work as farmers on the land for 20hrs a day, holidays should be banned, anti-intellectualism, anti-lawyers, anti-medicine,...
The world largely dismissed the Rwandan genocide as 'tribal conflict' and didn't want to know about it till it was over.
Getting rid of enemies.
The Holocaust, in particular the Nazi "Final Solution."
It is considered to be genocide as soon as mass killing becomes directed at a certain ethnic group.
The genocide took  place in the context of the Rwandan Civil War, an ongoing conflict  beginning in 1990 between the Hutu-led government and the Rwandan  Patriotic Front (RPF), which was largely composed of Tutsi refugees  whose families had fled to Uganda following earlier waves of Hutu ...
It is not known for sure. Estimates range from 800,000 to 1,000,000 people.
he killed more than 3million people
The genocide took  place in the context of the Rwandan Civil War, an ongoing conflict  beginning in 1990 between the Hutu-led government and the Rwandan  Patriotic Front (RPF), which was largely composed of Tutsi refugees  whose families had fled to Uganda following earlier waves of Hutu ...
None whatsoever. In fact to secure any 'human rights' it often takes an act of war.
The genocide took  place in the context of the Rwandan Civil War, an ongoing conflict  beginning in 1990 between the Hutu-led government and the Rwandan  Patriotic Front (RPF), which was largely composed of Tutsi refugees  whose families had fled to Uganda following earlier waves of Hutu ...
  what type of gverment did rwanda have before genocide
  they ignored this gencocide for a few months and finally got helping
It lasted from 1915-1917 and there were further massacres in 1922. An estimated 1.2 million Armenians were slaughtered by the Turks.
The New Mexico Supreme Court is thehighest court in New Mexico. The highest appellate court in NewMexico is the New Mexico Court of Appeals.
Many of the survivors fled to the US, especially California. AFTER, right after, but they were walking the death marches towards syria, and areas around there....most of them died..but some people (like my greatgrandmother) was a survivor. that is why: 1-there are LOTS of skeletons and bodies in...
Pol Pot was a communist leader, people could be killed if they didn't follow his rules.
The genocide took  place in the context of the Rwandan Civil War, an ongoing conflict  beginning in 1990 between the Hutu-led government and the Rwandan  Patriotic Front (RPF), which was largely composed of Tutsi refugees  whose families had fled to Uganda following earlier waves of Hutu ...
A very straightforward answer can be seen in one of the most important passages from the Qur' An; 5:32: "On that account: We ordained for the Children of Israel that if any one slew a person - unless it be for murder or for spreading mischief in the land - it would be as if he slew the whole people:...
The Nazis came to take care of Hitlers nonsense ( to get rid of certain religions.)My great great aunt was a little girl when they came and my great great grandpa was in America at that time. My ancestor was deeply scared and so she hid in a clothes chest filled with clothes, while she was in...
It lasted from April to July 1994.
Pol Pot weight consisted of 194 pounds.
Genocide occurs all around the world in places such as Africa, India, China, Middle East and many other places.
It is about the union killing all the Indians because they were taking there food. Later on they raped the Indian women for revenge and bashed there heads in with hammers and axes. They saved a few though for sex slaves.
Because the Armenian genocide is denied by Turkey and Azerbaijan. The Holicaust is internationally recognized.
No it still is happeninng   No it still is happeninng   No it still is happeninng -- Or there was no genocide.
Literally, it means killing a race
Yes, many Hutus were also killed.
None ___ There were several. The best known was the genocide of the Armenians by the Ottoman Turks in 1915-17.
April 24, 1915 the killings/wars/sneakiness happened over the years, and so this is the official day