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Flowers are laid on top of a glass case containing the skulls of some of those who were slaughtered in and around the Catholic church in Ntarama, Rwanda during the 1994 genocide
Image: Ben Curtis/AP/picture alliance

Rwanda: 30 years since genocide

More than 1 million people — mostly from the Tutsi minority ethnic group — were systematically murdered by Hutu extremists during a 100-day killing spree that started on April 7, 1994.

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