23 years ago, genocide was unleashed in Rwanda. Almost a million Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed in about 100 days.

Consider not just the scale of the violence but the intimate means by which some 10,000 people a day lost their lives. Men, women, and children were killed at close proximity – often butchered with machetes, knives, scythes, clubs, picks, and sharpened sticks.

http://theconversation.com/why-its-important-that-the-world-still-reflects-on-rwandas-genocide-75751?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Latest from The Conversation for April 6 2017 – 71405389&utm_content=Latest from The Conversation for April 6 2017 – 71405389+CID_010832e8bece0427ae12725d536137ad&utm_source=campaign_monitor_africa&utm_term=Why its important that the world still reflects on Rwandas genocide

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