Combat Medic: An Australian's Eyewitness Account of the Kibeho Massacre
Big Sky Publishing, 2008 - 185 pages
On 22nd April 1995, more than 4,000 Rwandans were massacred and thousands more injured in a place called Kibeho. Terry Pickard, a seasoned soldier and medic, was one of a 32-strong force of Australian UN peacekeepers present on that terrible Saturday. While the United Nations prevented a higher death toll, the massacre continues to haunts him.
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Home from hell
Losing the plot
19 years 74 days
Life goes on
About the author
Finish the job
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