More Genocide Graves Unearthed In Rwanda After 24 Years
According to officials, it is difficult to estimate the number of bodies that will be exhumed. So far, one grave has been discovered, with five more to go. The information about the graves was provided by a survivor who currently lives in Canada.
Genocide - More Mass Graves Discovered
New Times, 17 May 2018
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