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Their fear, anger reawakened

Rwandans prepare to mark '94 genocide

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / March 30, 2004

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MURAMBI, Rwanda -- Five mornings a week, year after year, Vestine Ndikulyayo spreads lime over 852 bodies. The bodies, lying on raised platforms at a memorial site for Rwanda's 1994 genocide a decade ago, are powdered white from the lime preservative, except for tufts of black hair on some skulls or faded shirts stuck to a few shrunken chests or ... (Full Article: 1320 Words)

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