Collusion with Killers

The aid effort is bringing relief to refugees, but the real beneficiaries are the instigators of Rwanda's genocide

One recent morning, a neatly typed letter arrived at the offices of CARE in Goma, Zaire, addressed to relief worker Guy Banville and signed by "the refugees of Katale." Katale is a huge Rwandan refugee settlement in a valley north of Goma where the 36-year-old Canadian had been supervising food deliveries for nearly three months. "Frankly," the letter began in French, "it seems to us that you are tired of living." It concluded with a chilling ultimatum: "You must leave the region within 48 hours -- if you value your life. Thank you and bon voyage."

Banville left on the next...

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