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Genocide convicts begin construction punishment

Some 774 Rwandans convicted by community courts began excavating stones Sunday for road construction as punishment for their role in the 1994 genocide of more than half a million people in this small central African nation. The community service is intended to foster reconciliation after the slaughter of members of the Tutsi ethnic minority and political moderates from the Hutu majority. The killings were orchestrated by the extremist Hutu government then in power. Full Story

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