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One way in which the Armenians in the Ottoman Empire (1915) and the Tutsis in Rwanda (1994) are similar is that both groups (1) sought safe haven in the Soviet Union (2) suffered human rights violations (3) seceded to create an independent state (4) fled

One way in which the Armenians in the Ottoman Empire (1915) and the...

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One way in which the Armenians in the Ottoman Empire (1915) and the Tutsis in Rwanda (1994) are similar is that both groups (1) sought safe haven in the Soviet Union (2) suffered human rights violations (3) seceded to create an independent state (4) fled

One way in which the Armenians in the Ottoman Empire (1915) and the Tutsis in Rwanda (1994) are similar is that both groups (1) sought safe haven in the Soviet Union (2) suffered human rights violations (3) seceded to create an independent state (4) fled to escape a severe flood

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One way in which the Armenians in the Ottoman Empitre (1915) and the Tutsis in Rwanda (1994) are similar is that both groups (2) suffered human rights violations.
The Armenian Genocide took place in what is now modern-day Turkey where half the Armenian population was killed and deported.
The Rwandan Genocide was a mass slaughter which took place between April and July in the same year with huge amounts of killings taking place in a short period of time.

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