Rwanda Gacaca Dina Temple-Raston reports from Rwanda on the thousands of open-air, informal courts trying suspects in the 1994 genocide between Hutus and Tutsi. The government hopes this airing out of crimes will close the book on a horrific chapter of Rwandan history. Critics say the process is horribly arbitrary and is ignoring the crimes of the Tutsi.

Rwanda Gacaca

Rwanda Gacaca

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Dina Temple-Raston reports from Rwanda on the thousands of open-air, informal courts trying suspects in the 1994 genocide between Hutus and Tutsi. The government hopes this airing out of crimes will close the book on a horrific chapter of Rwandan history. Critics say the process is horribly arbitrary and is ignoring the crimes of the Tutsi.

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