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February 08, 2005 
Genocide suspects confess their role in the 1994 killings to receive reduced sentences at Myove prison... 
Byumba, Rwanda 
Genocide suspects confess their role in the 1994 killings to receive reduced sentences at Myove ... 
Genocide suspects confess their role in the 1994 killings to receive reduced sentences at Myove prison in Rwanda. Some of the over 3,000 genocide suspects detained at Myove prison sit together as they are invited to confess their role in the 1994 killings to receive reduced sentences in Byumba village, Rwanda February 8, 2005. Genocide suspects detained in Rwanda's prisons have until March to confess and receive reduced sentences in the traditional "Gacaca" courts, Justice Minister Edda Mukabagwiza said. Rwanda launched Gacaca, a revamped version of a traditional form of justice, in 2002 on an exploratory basis to speed up the trial of people suspected of taking part in the killing in 1994 of 937,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus, according to official estimates. Picture taken February 8, 2005. REUTERS/Themistocle Hakizimana 
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