a peace of commemoration

During April, Rwanda becomes the country of a thousand tears as the nation gathers to remember and mourn those tragic days when society failed - when over 800,000 (a conservative estimate) people were slaughtered in the Tutsi Genocide within a mere 100 days. The scale and intensity of this time remains unfathomable. And while today there's an uneasy peace, so much remains …

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a peace of heroism

  Phanuel Sindayiheba is a survivor - and a national hero. He will never forget what happened, the scars remain etched on his body and in his mind. It was March 18, 1997, three years after the genocide. He was studying at secondary school in Nyange, a region riddled at that time with unrest as rebels waged their battle against the new government. …