genocidaire


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genocidaire

(ʒenɔsidɛr)
n
a person who is guilty of genocide
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Jeudi, au 10e jour de la enieme agression israelienne contre Gaza, les armes se sont provisoirement tues dans le cadre de ce qu'Israil a appele une [beaucoup moins que]treve humanitaire[beaucoup plus grand que], marquant ainsi un arret provisoire de son equipee genocidaire contre la population de Gaza.
31) The result was the creation of safe corridors for the fleeing Hutus, amongst whom the Interahamwe members and the genocidaires, and by the time French troops retreated in August 1994 "not a single genocidaire had been arrested in their safe zone.
La notion d'intention genocidaire, et en particulier de sa preuve qu'il est parfois si difficile de produire (17), aurait pu faire l'objet d'un traitement plus complet.
It's a group of genocidaire,'' the French ambassador to the United Nations, Gerard Araud, said after a meeting of the Security Council on Wednesday.
Although he was tried and executed as a genocidaire and Nazi collaborator following World War II, many Slovaks still look kindly upon his activities as priest and Slovak nationalist.
Potential defense counsel for the accused are unlikely to assess the risks of representing an accused genocidaire according to the judiciary he or she stands before--whether it be the Gacaca or the High Court.
A genocidaire must intend both to commit a defined crime and to destroy the victim's group.
After a period of consultation, the government decided to employ Gacaca, a pre-colonial method of conflict resolution, which would be adapted and given powers to prosecute genocidaire (11) (Clark, 2008b).
Appropriately, the narrative starts with the genocidaire himself.
Fully understanding the implications of the genocidaire role he played in Rwandan history, Bizimungu was quick to understand that in order for the international community to look the other way, the genocide needed to be construed as an action of "civilian self-defence" or "pacification".
59) As one of the Hutu leaders who had resigned from the government in 1995 in protest over what he claimed was a lack of substantive power, Twagiramungu attempted to run for the presidency in the 2003 elections until he was disallowed from campaigning and subjected to a very public 'shaming' in which we was accused as a genocidaire sympathizer.