Rwandan Society 30 Years After the Genocide : State of the World from NPR It has been three decades since the East African country of Rwanda experienced a genocide that changed the country and shocked the world. We look at the state of their society today.

What Rwanda Looks Like 30 Years After the Genocide

What Rwanda Looks Like 30 Years After the Genocide

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Albert Rudatsimburwa, a freelancer journalist reporting in the East African region poses for a portrait in his home. Jacques Nkinzingabo for NPR hide caption

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Albert Rudatsimburwa, a freelancer journalist reporting in the East African region poses for a portrait in his home.

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It has been three decades since the East African country of Rwanda experienced a genocide that changed the country and shocked the world. We look at the state of their society today.