Reconciliation And Compromise In Rwanda It has been nearly 15 years since the Rwandan genocide. Journalist Philip Gourevitch visited Rwanda just a year after the massacre, and again this year. In his article for the New Yorker, he writes about the country's massive transformation.
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Reconciliation And Compromise In Rwanda

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Reconciliation And Compromise In Rwanda

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It has been nearly 15 years since the Rwandan genocide. Journalist Philip Gourevitch visited Rwanda just a year after the massacre, and again this year.

In his article for the New Yorker, "The Life After," Gourevitch tells the story of the country's massive transformation.

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