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Commemorations in Kigali, 29 years on from the start of the Rwandan genocide

By France24
10 April 2023   |   5:22 am
800 000 Tsutsis were killed in the 1994 massacre, leaving widespread trauma which still persists to this day. Also inis edition: we speak to Rinu Oduala, one of Nigeria's most prominent young activists. And finally: in Kenya, it's a chance at a new life for a community that's been stateless for 90 years.

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