Bush in Rwanda to Honor Genocide Victims

President Bush visits Rwanda on Tuesday to pay tribute to that nation's victims of genocide. He is also highlighting Rwanda's contributions to peacekeeping forces in Darfur. The president will open a new U.S. embassy and visit U.S.-funded HIV and AIDS clinics.

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