April 7th, 1994 was the day that marked another milestone in the human history with one of the most infamous stories of the genocide. Almost one million people were killed just over 100 days, or ten thousand people slaughtered a day. It was the fastest massacre among all genocides in the history. The United Nations was was so reluctant to use the term "genocide" to avoid the triggering of mandated actions that it had to take if the term "genocide" were used. It was only the denial of the reality. Human massacre was taking place in Rwanda and the news was being reported, but the reality was being ignored. Finally, the United Nations had no choice but to accept the reality and resolved to send some armours and troops. But the UN's rescue resources never reached the soil of Rwanda until the Rwanda Patriotic Front soldiers expelled the extreme Hutu militias out of the country and brought the genocide under control. Even after the massacre was stopped, the RPF soldiers had to kill all dogs because they were eating human dead bodies. Rwanda was a chaos.
And it was only 16 years ago.