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RWANDA
RTR3KMDY
April 09, 2014
Preserved skulls are spread out on a metal shelf in a Catholic church in Nyamata April 9, 2014. Hundreds...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Preserved skulls are spread out on metal shelf in Catholic church in Nyamata
Preserved skulls are spread out on a metal shelf in a Catholic church in Nyamata April 9, 2014. Hundreds who sought refuge within the church compound were brutally killed during mass killings that lasted three months in the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RWANDA
RTR3KMD8
April 09, 2014
A rose bouquet is laid on a coffin containing the remains of victims of mass killings during the 1994...
Nyamata, Rwanda
A rose bouquet is laid on coffin containing remains of victims of mass killings during 1994 genocide...
A rose bouquet is laid on a coffin containing the remains of victims of mass killings during the 1994 genocide are displayed in a Catholic church in Nyamata April 9, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION)
RWANDA
RTR3KMCY
April 09, 2014
Rosaries belonging to victims of the killings during the 1994 genocide hang in a Catholic Church in Nyamata...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Rosaries belonging to victims of the killings during the 1994 genocide hang in a Catholic Church in Nyamata...
Rosaries belonging to victims of the killings during the 1994 genocide hang in a Catholic Church in Nyamata April 9, 2014. Civilians took shelter inside the church during the three-month genocide in Rwanda. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION)
RWANDA
RTR3KMBE
April 09, 2014
Coffins containing the remains of victims of mass killings during the 1994 genocide are displayed in...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Coffins containing remains of victims of mass killings during 1994 genocide are displayed in Catholic...
Coffins containing the remains of victims of mass killings during the 1994 genocide are displayed in a Catholic Church in Nyamata April 9, 2014. Hundreds who sought refuge within the church compound were brutally killed during mass killings that lasted three-months in the 1994 genocide. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION)
RWANDA
RTR3KMB4
April 09, 2014
Preserved bones are spread out on a metal shelf in a Catholic church in Nyamata April 9, 2014. Hundreds...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Preserved bones are spread out on a metal shelf in a Catholic church in Nyamata
Preserved bones are spread out on a metal shelf in a Catholic church in Nyamata April 9, 2014. Hundreds who sought refuge within the church compound were brutally killed during mass killings that lasted three-months in the 1994 genocide. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION)
RWANDA
RTR3KMAO
April 09, 2014
Preserved skulls are spread out on a metal shelf in a Catholic church in Nyamata April 9, 2014. Hundreds...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Preserved skulls are spread out on metal shelf in Catholic church in Nyamata
Preserved skulls are spread out on a metal shelf in a Catholic church in Nyamata April 9, 2014. Hundreds who sought refuge within the church compound were brutally killed during mass killings that lasted three-months in the 1994 genocide. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION)
RWANDA
RTR3KMAG
April 09, 2014
Preserved skulls including those belonging to children are displayed on a metal shelf in a Catholic church...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Preserved skulls including those belonging to children are displayed on a metal shelf in a Catholic church...
Preserved skulls including those belonging to children are displayed on a metal shelf in a Catholic church in Nyamata April 9, 2014. Hundreds who sought refuge within the church compound were brutally killed during mass killings that lasted three-months in the 1994 genocide. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION)
RWANDA/
RTR3KM9K
April 09, 2014
Coffins containing the remains of victims of mass killings during the 1994 genocide are displayed in...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Coffins containing remains of victims of mass killings during the 1994 genocide are displayed in a Catholic...
Coffins containing the remains of victims of mass killings during the 1994 genocide are displayed in a Catholic Church in Nyamata April 9, 2014. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS RELIGION)
RWANDA
RTR3K04I
April 04, 2014
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death...
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death in order to survive, with a deep cut on one side of her face, looks on at her home in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. The rest of her 11 family members were all killed on those occasions during mass killings in the 1994 genocide. The three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
RWANDA
RTR3K046
April 04, 2014
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death...
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death in order to survive, with a deep cut on one side of her face, looks on at her home in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. The rest of her 11 family members were all killed on those occasions during mass killings in the 1994 genocide. The three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
RWANDA
RTR3K041
April 04, 2014
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but says she is now living with the man who hacked her wrist off, looks on in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. Alise forgave the man who she says went to the same school as her, after he came back and begged for forgiveness after serving time in jail for his crimes during a three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists which targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. They now reside in Nyamata as man and wife. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
RWANDA
RTR3K040
April 04, 2014
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death...
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death in order to survive, with a deep cut on one side of her face, looks on at her home in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. The rest of her 11 family members were all killed on those occasions during mass killings in the 1994 genocide. The three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
RWANDA
RTR3K03T
April 04, 2014
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but says she is now living with the man who hacked her wrist off, looks on in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. Alise forgave the man who she says went to the same school as her, after he came back and begged for forgiveness after serving time in jail for his crimes during a three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists which targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. They now reside in Nyamata as man and wife. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
RWANDA
RTR3K03R
April 04, 2014
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death...
Alphonsine Mukamfizi, 42, who miraculously survived three attempts on her life and had to fake death in order to survive, with a deep cut on one side of her face, looks on at her home in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. The rest of her 11 family members were all killed on those occasions during mass killings in the 1994 genocide. The three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RWANDA
RTR3K03I
April 04, 2014
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but says she is now living with the man who hacked her wrist off, looks on in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. Alise forgave the man who she says went to the same school as her, after he came back and begged for forgiveness after serving time in jail for his crimes during a three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists which targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. They now reside in Nyamata as man and wife. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
RWANDA
RTR3K034
April 04, 2014
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but says she is now living with the man who hacked her wrist off, looks on in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. Alise forgave the man who she says went to the same school as her, after he came back and begged for forgiveness after serving time in jail for his crimes during a three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists which targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. They now reside in Nyamata as man and wife. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
RWANDA
RTR3K026
April 04, 2014
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but...
Mukarurinda Alise, 43, who lost all her family members during mass killings in the 1994 genocide, but says she is now living with the man who hacked her wrist off, looks on in Nyamata, a small town outside of Rwandan capital Kigali April 4, 2014. Alise forgave the man who she says went to the same school as her, after he came back and begged for forgiveness after serving time in jail for his crimes during a three-month killing spree in 1994 by Hutu extremists which targeted ethnic Tutsis, but moderate Hutus were also caught in the wave of violence that followed the fatal downing of a plane carrying Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana. The massacre killed 800,000 people. They now reside in Nyamata as man and wife. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (RWANDA - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RWANDA-GENOCIDE/
RTX7U22
July 11, 2008
Clothes of the Rwandan genocide victims are seen inside a catholic church in Nyamata 20km from Kigali,...
Nyamata, Rwanda
To match feature RWANDA-GENOCIDE/
Clothes of the Rwandan genocide victims are seen inside a catholic church in Nyamata 20km from Kigali, April 7, 2008. Scars of Rwanda's horrible past remain vivid. The genocide did not only kill, it left its wake lasting psychological scars on thousands of survivors, which is vividly seen 14 years after. To match feature RWANDA-GENOCIDE/. REUTERS/Arthur Asiimwe (RWANDA)
RWANDA-GENOCIDE/
RTX7U21
July 11, 2008
Skulls of the remains of Rwanda genocide victims are seen inside a catholic church in Nyamata 20km from...
Nyamata, Rwanda
To match feature RWANDA-GENOCIDE/
Skulls of the remains of Rwanda genocide victims are seen inside a catholic church in Nyamata 20km from Kigali, April 7, 2008. Scars of Rwanda's horrible past remain vivid. The genocide did not only kill, it left its wake lasting psychological scars on thousands of survivors, which is vividly seen 14 years after. To match feature RWANDA-GENOCIDE/. REUTERS/Arthur Asiimwe (RWANDA)
RWANDA BONO
RTR1I0P9
May 18, 2006
Irish Rock star Bono (L) talks to Malaria patients at the Kigali University hospital May 18, 2006. Bono...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Irish Rock star Bono talks to Malaria patients at the Kigali University hospital
Irish Rock star Bono (L) talks to Malaria patients at the Kigali University hospital May 18, 2006. Bono on Wednesday pledged to maintain pressure on the United States and other wealthy nations to keep funds rolling for aid to Africa. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna
RWANDA BONO
RTR1I0P8
May 18, 2006
Irish Rock star Bono (2nd L) listens to a genocide survivor at the genocide memorial in Nyamata, Rwanda...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Irish Rock star Bono listens to a genocide survivor at the genocide memorial in Nyamata
Irish Rock star Bono (2nd L) listens to a genocide survivor at the genocide memorial in Nyamata, Rwanda May 18, 2006. Bono on Wednesday pledged to maintain pressure on the United States and other wealthy nations to keep funds rolling for aid to Africa. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna
AFRICA BONO RWANDA
RTR1I0P7
May 18, 2006
Irish rock star Bono lays a wreath at the genocide memorial in Nyamata, Rwanda May 18, 2006. Bono on...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Irish Rock star Bono lays a wreath at the genocide memorial in Nyamata
Irish rock star Bono lays a wreath at the genocide memorial in Nyamata, Rwanda May 18, 2006. Bono on Wednesday pledged to maintain pressure on the United States and other wealthy nations to keep funds rolling for aid to Africa. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna
RWANDA
RTXLBK9
June 19, 2002
Shelves of skulls and bones form a memorial at the Nyamata church in central Rwanda, as the remains of...
Nyamata, Rwanda
Shelves of skulls and bones form a memorial at the Nyamata church in central Rwanda, as the remains .....
Shelves of skulls and bones form a memorial at the Nyamata church in central Rwanda, as the remains of some of tens of thousands of Tutsis massacred there during the genocide in 1994, June 19, 2002. [Hutu extremists killed an estimated 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus in Rwanda in the 100 days from April to June 1994. Around 115,000 suspected killers are currently behind bars awaiting trial, and Rwanda this week relaunches a traditional court system to try and deal with the backlog of unheard cases. In "Gacaca" courts, ordinary Rwandans will judge their neighbours, in an experiment in mass justice that the government hopes will also aid national reconciliation.]
RWANDA
RTR6K95
June 19, 2002
Shelves of skulls and bones form a memorial at the Nyamata church in
central Rwanda, as the remains...
Nyamata, Rwanda
SHELVES OF SKULLS AND BONES AT A GENOCIDE MEMORIAL IN RWANDA.
Shelves of skulls and bones form a memorial at the Nyamata church in
central Rwanda, as the remains of some of tens of thousands of Tutsis
massacred there during the genocide in 1994, June 19, 2002. Hutu
extremists killed an estimated 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus in
Rwanda in the 100 days from April to June 1994. Around 115,000
suspected killers are currently behind bars awaiting trial, and Rwanda
this week relaunches a traditional court system to try and deal with
the backlog of unheard cases. In "Gacaca" courts, ordinary Rwandans
will judge their neighbours, in an experiment in mass justice that the
government hopes will also aid national reconciliation. REUTERS/Antony
njuguna

REUTERS
RWANDA
RTR6K90
June 19, 2002
Shelves of skulls and bones form a memorial at the Nyamata church in
central Rwanda, as remains of some...
Nyamata, Rwanda
SHELVES OF SKULLS AND BONES AT A GENOCIDE MEMORIAL IN RWANDA.
Shelves of skulls and bones form a memorial at the Nyamata church in
central Rwanda, as remains of some of tens of thousands of Tutsis
massacred there during the genocide in 1994, June 19, 2002. Hutu
extremists killed an estimated 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus in
Rwanda in the 100 days from April to June 1994. Around 115,000
suspected killers are currently behind bars awaiting trial, and Rwanda
this week relaunches a traditional court system to try and deal with
the backlog of unheard cases. In "Gacaca" courts, ordinary Rwandans
will judge their neighbours, in an experiment in mass justice that the
government hopes will also aid national reconciliation. REUTERS/Antony
njuguna

REUTERS
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