1.prevent genocide and punish those responsible has been of concern to the international community since the end of the Second World War, during which more than 6 million people were systematically murdered by the Nazi regime for reasons of their ethnicity, sexuality or other characteristics.
2.Under Adolf Hitler became very powerful in Germany from 1933 to 1945. The Nazis, as they were called, wanted to get rid of people who they thought were not as good as they were. They especially hated Jews and thought they were evil.
3.In 1994, 800,000 Rwandans were slaughtered by their fellow countrymen and women, most for no other reason than that they belonged to a particular ethnic group. The killings began on 7 April 1994, the day after a plane carrying the presidents of Rwanda and Burundi was shot out of the sky with a missile as it prepared to land in Kigali. The systematic slaughter of men, women and children, which took place over the course of about 100 days between April and July of 1994, was perpetrated in full view of the international community.
4.The Armenian genocide of 1915-1922, then referred to as the "Armenian Massacres" with a prior history of pogrom-like killings in 1894-97 and again in Adana in 1909 referred to as "massacres" was closely followed in the Western Press. There are actually more journalistic articles in the American press than during the Holocaust.
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