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20 Years After Genocide, Rwanda Prospers but Political Freedom Remains Elusive

Rwanda today is a remarkable story of renewal and rapid economic development. Looking around the capital, it is hard to imagine that only 20 years ago, the country was torn apart by one of the worst atrocities of the last century.    Visitors often remark on Kigali's impeccably clean streets, high-tech efficiency and the ease of doing business. But critics say despite these advances, the government has left little room for the opposition. “There isn't really any...

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