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Twenty Years On, Questions of Rwandan Justice Persist

At the main prison in Kigali, inmates who have been tried in court wear orange outfits. Those still awaiting trial wear pink, but they are now a minority. In the immediate aftermath of the 1994 genocide — in which 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were slaughtered in 100 days — there were 120,000 people accused of having taken part in the killings. In those first years, all the accused were to be brought before the national court system, says Balinda Anastase, coordinator at the...

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