Hotel Rwanda was based on former Rwandan hotelier Paul Rusesabagina
"I feel bitter because the international community and mankind as a whole - we see, we look and we never learn from the past in order to plan for a better future for the next generation," he told the BBC's World Today programme.
He says what is happening in Darfur is exactly what happened in Rwanda in the years running up the 100-day massacre of some 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus.
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Meanwhile... The brain drain is costing poor nations millions as they continue to lose their most skilled and experienced healthcare professionals to developed nations.
STATS: Poor nations spend $500 million a year training health workers, according to a report presented at a two-day meeting to discuss the impact of the migration of Africans.
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Is the US Embassy facing heat for human right abuses in Ethiopia?
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We the undersigned, request that the State Department of the United States investigate and take action against human rights abuses at the US embassy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
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