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In 1994, Paul Rusesabagina, a manager for Sabena-owned hotels in the former Belgian territory of Rwanda, sheltered over 1,200 Tutsis and moderate Hutus at the Hôtel des Mille Collines of Kigali, saving them from being slaughtered by the Interahamwe militia during the Rwandan genocide (this is depicted in the motion picture Hotel Rwanda).

Paul Rusesabagina - Rwandan hotel manager and humanitarian known for hiding and protecting Hutu and Tutsi refugees during the Rwandan Genocide.

Paul Rusesabagina, whose experience during the Rwandan genocide was told in the film "Hotel Rwanda" and in his own book An Ordinary Man. (March 2009)

Paul Rusesabagina, whose experience during the Rwandan genocide was told in the film "Hotel Rwanda" and in his own book An Ordinary Man.

Paul Rusesabagina.In the midst of Rwanda’s 1994 genocide, when machete-wielding Hutu extremists murdered 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus in 100 days, Paul Rusesabagina turned the hotel he managed in Kigali, the country’s capital, into an oasis of safety. His actions, which saved the lives of 1,268 refugees, inspired the 2004 film Hotel Rwanda, in which he was memorably portrayed by Oscar nominee Don Cheadle. But in his recently released memoir, An Ordinary Man, Rusesabagina rebuffs…

Rwanda’s packed prisons and genocide ideology law

The true-life story of Paul Rusesabagina, a hotel manager who housed over a thousand Tutsi refugees during their struggle against the Hutu militia in Rwanda.

Hotel Rwanda (2004)

Hotel Rwanda directed by Terry George and starring Don Cheadle, Sophie Okonedo and Joaquin Phoenix. The true story of Paul Rusesabagina, a hotel manager who housed over a thousand Tutsi refugees during their struggle against the Hutu militia in Rwanda.

Paul Rusesabagina

Paul Rusesabagina of "Hotel Rwanda" to be BYU forum speaker Jan.

Paul Rusesabagina sheltered over 1,200 Tutsis and moderate Hutus to protect them from being murdered.  He used his influence and connections as temporary manager of the Hotel des Mille Collines. “I don’t consider myself a hero. I consider myself as a normal person who did what he had to do, who has done his job.”

PAUL RUSESABAGINA (Rwandan hotel manager and humanitarian; hid and protected refugees during the Rwandan Genocide; none were hurt or killed during the attacks; his efforts were the basis of the Academy Award-nominated film "Hotel Rwanda")

Oprah talks to Paul Rusesabagina, who saved more than 1,200 lives and inspired the film Hotel Rwanda, about his experiences during the Rwandan slaughter of 1994, survival, and resolving conflict with words.

Talks to Paul Rusesabagina

Oprah talks to Paul Rusesabagina, who saved more than lives and inspired the film Hotel Rwanda, about his experiences during the Rwandan slaughter of survival, and resolving conflict with words.

"An Ordinary Man" by PAUL RUSESABAGINA and Tom Zoellner. One man's courage. Far from ordinary. I would proud to be as 'ordinary' as he. Paul Rusesabagina (born 1954) is a Rwandan humanitarian known for hiding and protecting 1,268 refugees during the 1994 Rwandan Genocide. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Rusesabagina

Best book ever. An account of how a man with moral's can save the lives of many when evil is on a rampage.

Paul Rusesabagina

Paul Rusesabinga: Provided shelter at the Mille Collines hotel to nearly 1 000 Tutsi refugees during the Rwandan Genocide

“There are stories to be told that must not be forgotten. We can never give up on the lessons learned from Rwanda.”  -Paul Rusesabagina

Paul Rusesabagina - a true hero, famous for the biopic played by Don Cheadle in "Hotel Rwanda"

Paul Rusesabagina...hero....hotel manager who saved 1268 Tutsi refugees during their struggle against the Hutu militia in Kigali, Rwanda.

hotel manager (and Hutu) who saved 1268 Tutsi refugees during their struggle against the Hutu militia in Kigali, Rwanda. (Hotel Rwanda is an excellent movie about this story.

Paul Rusesabagina: All day long I work to please this officer, that diplomat, some tourist to store up favors so if there is a time when we need help I have powerful people I can call upon. Tatiana Rusesabagina: But Victor was a good neighbor. Paul Rusesabagina: He is not family. Family is all that matters.

Hotel Rwanda one of the most heartbreaking movies I have ever seen

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