While leading a peacekeeping mission in Rwanda in 1993, Canadian Romeo Dallaire was ordered to leave the country as ethnic tensions mounted. Instead, he and 500 troops remained and are credited with saving some 30,000 individuals. The former Canadian military lieutenant general joins us to reflect on that decision, the PTSD he has suffered since and his efforts to end the use of child soldiers.
Former U.N. Peacekeeper Fought Rwandan Genocide, Now Seeks to End Use of Child Soldiers
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