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Election Marks Turning Point for Rwanda

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Election Marks Turning Point for Rwanda

Election Marks Turning Point for Rwanda

Election Marks Turning Point for Rwanda

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Rwanda's incumbent president Paul Kagame won a landslide victory this week in the country's first popular presidential election since the country's 1994 genocide, which claimed an estimated 800,000 lives. NPR's Tony Cox discusses the significance of the election results and the country's future with Bill Fletcher, president of TransAfrica Forum.

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