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Rwanda: Life after genocide

katch up discusses economic and socio-political situation in Rwanda after genocide: “Polically Kigali is stable. The leadership of President Kagame has managed to stay focused on its vision of uniting the people inspite of their long history of intentionaly fueled ethnic hatred.”

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  • Super_man

    This was a very tragic, ongoing event. I don’t believe as many people are aware of the situation as they should be. There were people who’s whole family’s were killed in the genocide. I did not know the issue was still a problem, but I read, “Genocide survivors are still being massacred in Rwandan interior regions. You cannot hush up these killings by attributing them to the settling of scores within clans.” at http://www.newsy.com/videos/remembering_rwandan_genocide/ . And I found it really hard to believe that after fifteen years, these type of things are still going on in Rwanda.

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