Christiane speaks with Gen. Salim Idriss, the Chief of Staff for the Free Syrian Army.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame’s statements on human rights provoked strong emotions on some among the Amanpour audience that participated through Email. It was commented the government was at fault for Rwanda’s current “plunging economy.” Additionally, the partial ban of the burqa in France generated commentary that fully supported this initiative. All viewers that participated felt this was “fair.” Twitter and Facebook viewers discussed the Serbia’s parliament massacre and while some thought that, the lawmaker’s apology was a “step toward healing” others disagreed and said “this wasn’t enough at all.”
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I would like to comment about the genocide of DRCongo. Regarding your conversation with Ben Affleck.The roots of all 5millions killed in the genocide of DRCongo is the actual administration of Rwanda. Paul Kagame is the saurce of what is going on in Congo.Yes there are some responsabilities to the congolese army,and fdlr, but the magor saurce is Paul Kagame.The east of congo will still in trouble if Kagame's administration has not yet changed it strategy and hypocritical behavior.