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        Prison Holds Those Guilty Of Rwanda's Genocide 20 Years Ago | Remembering the Rwandan Genocide

        NYANZA, RWANDA - APRIL 03: Convicted of genocide, (L-R) Israel Dusingizimana, 51; Daferose Datimana, 58; and Straton Sinzabakwire, 53; are interviewed by a delegation from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum during a visit to the prison April 3, 2014 in Nyanza, Rwanda. The delegation from the museum is on a 'Rwanda: A Bearing Witness' trip to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the genocide. Of the 6567 prisoners kept at the correctional facility, 5827 of them were convicted of leading or participating in the 1994 Rwandan genocide, where Hutu extremists killed more than 800,000 while attempting to wipe out the Tutsi people.

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