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Kenneth Roth Of Human Rights Watch Remembers Rwanda Genocide Expert Alison Des Forges, Who Died On Flight 3407

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Fiery Plane Crash In Upstate N.Y. Kills 50

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Fiery Plane Crash In Upstate N.Y. Kills 50

Kenneth Roth Of Human Rights Watch Remembers Rwanda Genocide Expert Alison Des Forges, Who Died On Flight 3407

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A Continental Airlines commuter plane crashed into a house in Buffalo, New York late last night. The crash killed the plane's 49 passengers and one person in the home. Among those killed was Alison Des Forges. She was one of the chief investigators into the Rwandan genocide. Human Rights Watch executive director Kenneth Roth talks about the loss of his colleague.