FROM Barbara Mulvaney
Rwanda, 20 Years after the Genocide In Rwanda, Hutu extremists massacred at least 800,000 people — most of them members of the minority Tutsi tribe. Today, the country is observing the 20th anniversary of the genocide. One of those who has returned to the country to participate in the commemoration is Barbara Mulvaney, who led the team that successfully prosecuted former Rwandan Colonel Théoneste Bagosora at the UN's International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda .
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