Peter Gwin

National Geographic

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Senior writer for National Geographic

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There's still debate over who shot down the plane carrying the Hutu President of Rwanda in 1994, but there's no doubt what happened next: the systematic slaughter of up to a million…

The Genocide in Rwanda: What Can Be Learned?

There's still debate over who shot down the plane carrying the Hutu President of Rwanda in 1994, but there's no doubt what happened next: the systematic slaughter of up to a million…

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