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The truth about the Rwandan genocide

7 April 2024

4:00 PM

7 April 2024

4:00 PM

Today a solemn ceremony takes place in Rwanda’s capital. President Paul Kagame, flanked by international dignitaries – including our own development secretary Andrew Mitchell – will light a flame of remembrance at Kigali’s genocide memorial, where the bones of more than 250,000 people are interred.

‘Kwibuka’ (‘Remember’ in Kinyarwanda) – this act of commemoration – happens every April.

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