Tutsi

The Tutsi are the second largest population division among the three largest groups in Rwanda and Burundi, the other two being the Hutu (largest) and the Twa (smallest). Small numbers of Hema, Kiga and Furiiru people also live near the Tutsi in Rwanda. The Northern Tutsi that reside in Rwanda are called Ruguru (Banyaruguru), while southern Tutsi t...
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Tutsi

Watutsi noun a member of a Bantu speaking people living in Rwanda and Burundi
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Tutsi

ethnic group of probable Nilotic origin, whose members live within Rwanda and Burundi. The Tutsi formed the traditional aristocratic minority in both ... [15 related articles]
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Tutsi

Member of a minority ethnic group living in Rwanda and Burundi. They have politically dominated the Hutu majority and the Twa (or
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Tutsi

Member of a minority ethnic group living in Rwanda and Burundi. They have politically dominated the Hutu majority and the Twa (or Pygmies) since their arrival in the area in the 14th century. In Burundi, positions of power were monopolized by the Tutsis, who carried out massacres in response to Hutu rebellions, notably 1972 and 1988. In Rwanda, whe...
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Tutsi

The Tutsi (Batusi, Tussi, Watusi or Watutsi) are a tribe of Rwanda and Burundi. They are traditionally farmers, but also skilled warriors, invading the lands belonging to the Hutu during the 14th and 15th centuries and subduing the resident Hutus. Revenge occurred in 1994 when the Hutus massacred most of the Tutus in Rwanda.
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Tutsi

Tutsi (tOOt'sē, tOO'–) or Watutsi (wä–) , cattle-raising people of central Africa, particularly in Burundi and Rwanda; they are also known as Watusi or Batusi. The original Tutsi homeland was probably in Ethiopia, and c.400 years ago they migrated south to around Lake ...
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