In 2006, I travelled through the rolling hills of rural Rwanda, which were covered with rows of coffee and sorghum plants. But in 1994, these hills were where Jeannette Nyirabaganwa’s husband, 4-month-old baby, parents, and relatives were massacred by Hutus, and where she was raped and left to die. As many as a million Rwand...
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