Traditional Rwandan Courts to Try Genocide Criminals NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with Sandra Joireman, a professor at Wheaton College in Illinois, about how traditional Rwandan courts may be used to prosecute participants in that country's 1994 genocide.
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Traditional Rwandan Courts to Try Genocide Criminals

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Traditional Rwandan Courts to Try Genocide Criminals

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NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with Sandra Joireman, a professor at Wheaton College in Illinois, about how traditional Rwandan courts may be used to prosecute participants in that country's 1994 genocide.