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Rwanda readies for 1994 genocide anniversary

Rwanda was making final preparations for a major ceremony marking the 10th anniversary of the 1994 genocide, in which up to a million people were killed. Victims remains were being removed from mass graves for proper burials, memorial sites were being completed, workers were busy filling pot holes on Kigali’s main roads, and the first foreign dignatories were flying in. US Ambassador for War Crimes Pierre-Richard Prosper was one of the overseas officials who arrived Monday in the capital of the central African state. Others already here included Romeo Dallaire, the Canadian general who commanded the UN peacekeeping mission in Rwanda in 1994, Hassan Bubacar Jallow, the chief prosecutor of the UN tribunal trying the ringleaders of the slaughter, and Aldo Ajello, the UN envoy to Africa’s Greak Lakes region. Full Story

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