Rwanda: Children of genocide grapple with horrors of past
15 April 2019 | 8:05 am
Twenty-five years ago, the genocide in Rwanda resulted in the deaths of nearly a million people. Most were Tutsis killed by Hutu militias. The children of victims and perpetrators alike grapple with the horrors of the past while hoping for a better future.
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