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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)
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