Rwandan Pastor

NPR's Melissa Block talks with Christophe Escudero, project manager for the Hirondelle News Agency, about a verdict issued yesterday by the U.N. International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. A Rwandan pastor and his son were convicted of genocide. The tribunal found the two guilty of calling in Hutu gangs to kill Tutsis who had sought refuge in a church in 1994.

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