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Turning Down Vaccines, Rwandan Genocide Hunters, Sneaky Ads For Pot

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Turning Down Vaccines, Rwandan Genocide Hunters, Sneaky Ads For Pot

Turning Down Vaccines, Rwandan Genocide Hunters, Sneaky Ads For Pot

Turning Down Vaccines, Rwandan Genocide Hunters, Sneaky Ads For Pot

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Rwandan genocide-hunter Dafroza Gauthier on February 4, 2014 at the opening of the trial of Pascal Simbikangwa, Rwanda's former intelligence chief, charged with complicity in the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
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Rwandan genocide-hunter Dafroza Gauthier on February 4, 2014 at the opening of the trial of Pascal Simbikangwa, Rwanda's former intelligence chief, charged with complicity in the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
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In this week's podcast, doctors fear preventable disease as more parents decline vaccines, thinly-veiled ads for marijuana products, and a married couple hunt down Rwandan genocide perpetrators.