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Ann Y. Kao

After genocide, a ray of hope

By Ann Y. Kao
February 20, 2006

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NYABIHEKE CAMP, Rwanda THE LIGHTS from the vehicle pulling into our yard shine in through my thin curtains, throwing shadows against the ceiling. I check the clock, it's 4:17 a.m. I get dressed in the dark. I meet Seraphim, our driver, on the starlit porch. We climb into our jeep wordlessly and drive down a rough dirt road and up ... (Full article: 1176 words)

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