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Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide; Photographs By James Nachtwey - LightBox

When the World Turned Its Back: James Nachtwey's Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide

Survivors of the death camp near Nyanza were in extremely poor condition when they were liberated by Tutsi rebel forces, Rwanda, By James Nachtwey

Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide; Photographs By James Nachtwey - LightBox

When the World Turned Its Back: James Nachtwey's Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide

At the Red Cross clinic in Nyanza, Tutsis who had been freed from the death camp were treated for their wounds, Rwanda, By James Nachtwey

The massacre at Nyarabuye took place in the grounds of a Catholic Church and school.  Hundreds of Tutsis, including many children, were slaughtered at close range in Rwanda, 1994 (left). Thousands were buried anonymously in mass, communal graves in Zaire, 1994 (right).

When the World Turned Its Back: James Nachtwey's Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide

In 1994 TIME photographer James Nachtwey witnessed the devastating effects of the Rwandan genocide. On the anniversary, the photographer looks back on the tragedy.

“The rights of every man are diminished when the rights of one man are threatened.” - JFK

Thousands were buried anonymously in mass, communal graves in Zaire, By James Nachtwey

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Hutus who fled into Zaire set up vast encampments in the plains below the volcanoes outside the town of Goma in 1994.

When the World Turned Its Back: James Nachtwey's Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide

Hutus who fled into Zaire set up vast encampments in the plains below the volcanoes outside the town of Goma in By James Nachtwey

James Nachtwey (né en 1948) est un photographe de guerre et photojournaliste américain. Il est considéré comme l'un des plus grands photographes de guerre de notre époque, tant par les amateurs que ses pairs. Le photographe sillonne le globe depuis près...

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James Nachtwey: The journey of hope. Image 7 of A police officer screams at refugees as they attempt to board a train in Tovarnik, Croatia, Sept. Photograph by James Nachtwey for

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When the World Turned Its Back: James Nachtwey's Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide

In 1994 TIME photographer James Nachtwey witnessed the devastating effects of the Rwandan genocide.

by James Nachtwey - Swaziland: A patient receives an infusion in a home visit from missionaries.

James Nachtwey Fights TB, With Pictures

by James Nachtwey - Swaziland: A patient receives an infusion in a home visit from missionaries.

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Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide; Photographs By James Nachtwey - LightBox

Intravenous rehydration was critical to reviving cholera victims, Zaire, 1994.

When the World Turned Its Back: James Nachtwey's Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide

Intravenous rehydration was critical to reviving cholera victims, Zaire, By James Nachtwey

Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide; Photographs By James Nachtwey - LightBox

When the World Turned Its Back: James Nachtwey's Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide

Refugees who had just been hit with cholera were brought to one of the emergency medical stations in Zaire, By James Nachtwey

The massacre at Nyarabuye took place in the grounds of a Catholic church and school. Hundreds of Tutsis, including many children, were slaughtered at close range, Rwanda, 1994.

When the World Turned Its Back: James Nachtwey's Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide

The massacre at Nyarabuye took place in the grounds of a Catholic church and school. Hundreds of Tutsis, including many children, were slaughtered at close range, Rwanda, By James Nachtwey

The Lost Souls of Kabul: Photographs by James Nachtwey

The Lost Souls of Kabul: Photographs by James Nachtwey

Afghanistan is the world’s leading producer of opium poppy. NATO spends tens of millions annually on anti-drug measures to prevent Afghan dope from flooding Moscow, New York and London – and profits from filling Taliban war coffers. By James Nachtwey

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