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Friday

30 years ago, this Rwandan woman saved a dozen neighbors from the genocide

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Rwanda's president is lauded for transforming the country. But he's also criticized

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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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What Rwanda Looks Like 30 Years After the Genocide

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Thursday

The balance between tourism and conservation at a Rwandan national park

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Didas Kayinamura (left) and Rachel Mukantabana (right) talk about the legacy of the Rwandan genocide thirty years later. Jacques Nkinzingabo for NPR hide caption

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In this Rwandan village, survivors and perpetrators of the genocide live side by side

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Wednesday

Tuesday

Rwanda's youth have grown in genocide's shadow. Here are their hopes for the future

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Monday

Remembrance and reconciliation, 30 years after the Rwandan genocide began

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Sunday

30 years on, legacy of genocide haunts Rwandans

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Friday

The Nkamira Transit Center in western Rwanda is home to more than 6,000 refugees who fled violence in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Jacques Nkinzingabo for NPR hide caption

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Violence in eastern Congo has displaced millions. Some end up at this camp

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Tuesday

The Nkamira Transit Camp is home to more than 6,000 refugees fleeing violence in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Jacques Nkinzingabo for NPR hide caption

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Monday

Violence in eastern Congo has displaced millions of people. Some end up at this camp

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Thursday

A preview of NPR's reporting from Rwanda as it nears 30 years since genocide

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Thursday

Meet Molly Lewis, professional whistler

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Thursday

Remembering Henry Fambrough, the last original member of The Spinners

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Thursday

Kamala Harris is stepping up to address gun violence for 2024

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Tuesday

Who is Jerod Mayo, the new head coach for the New England Patriots?

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Monday

Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta weighs in on Secretary Austin

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Friday

This year's annual 'All Things Considered' holiday cocktail interview is alcohol free

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Friday

U.S. ambassador to the UN talks about why the U.S. obtained from new Gaza resolution

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Wednesday

Here are the 25 top viewed Wikipedia articles of 2023

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Friday

Skip the lines and save some money with Buy Nothing Day

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Thursday

Before dying, she made a fund to cancel others' medical debt — now $60 million worth

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