World View: Is another genocide underway?
In this week's World View Denis Staunton talks to Dominic McSorley from Concern. Next month marks the twentieth anniversary of the start of a 100 day massacre that left up to a million people dead. Today genocide is taking place again in the Central African Republic. Thousands are said to have died in fighting between Christians and Muslims. Dominic Sorley was Concern's first country director in Rwanda in the 1990s explains more to Denis and compares the two countries.
We next move to Pretoria where the second week of the Oscar Pistorious trial is taking place. Irish Times South Africa correspondent Bill Corcoran explains the trial's significance for the South African judicial system.
Finally Denis speaks to Mark Hennessy in London where the eurosceptic United Kingdom Independence Party are going to take on Nick Clegg in a television debate. Hennessy analyses the Lib Dem strategy.
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