20 Years: Rwanda Genocide Flame Stirs Memories

“This is something that happens every year, an event to help each Rwandan personally remember what happened, and examine the causes … And also to see the path to move forward on.”

  NYARUBUYE, Rwanda (AP) — Rows of human skulls sit in glass cases near the red brick Catholic church here. Some are cracked in half; holes are punched in others. Hundreds of arm and leg bones lie nearby. To the left is a table of tools: rusty shovels, hoes, pipes, and a machete — the weapons of genocide. Down the hill 10 miles (15

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