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Rwandans jailed for 1994 massacre

Eighteen people have been given prison terms for their part in the killing of some 20,000 people hiding in a church during the 1994 Rwandan genocide. The massacre at the Nyarubuye Roman Catholic church was one of the single worst atrocities in the slaughter of some 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus. The 18 were given jail terms of up to 25 years by a court in eastern Rwanda. Verdicts are also due in the trial of three Rwandans accused of using the media to orchestrate the genocide. Full Story

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