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  • APTOPIX Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    Bizimana Emmanuel, who was born two years before the genocide, is consoled by an unidentified woman while attending a public ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, at Amahoro stadium in Kigali, Rwanda, Monday, April 7, 2014. Sorrowful wails and uncontrollable sobs resounded Monday as thousands of Rwandans packed the country's main sports stadium to mark the 20th anniversary of the beginning of a devastating 100-day genocide.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    Family photographs of some of those who died hang in a display in the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre in Kigali, Rwanda, Saturday, April 5, 2014. The country will commemorate on April 7, 2014, the 20th anniversary of the genocide when ethnic Hutu extremists killed neighbors, friends and family during a three-month rampage of violence aimed at ethnic Tutsis and some moderate Hutus, leaving a death toll that Rwanda puts at 1,000,050.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    Family photographs of some of those who died hang in a display in the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre in Kigali, Rwanda Saturday, April 5, 2014. The country will commemorate on April 7, 2014 the 20th anniversary of the genocide when ethnic Hutu extremists killed neighbors, friends and family during a three-month rampage of violence aimed at ethnic Tutsis and some moderate Hutus, leaving a death toll that Rwanda puts at 1,000,050.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Friends
    In this photo taken Wednesday, March 26, 2014, Emmanuel Ndayisaba, left, and Alice Mukarurinda, recount their experiences of the Rwandan genocide at Alice's house in Nyamata, Rwanda. She lost her baby daughter and her right hand to a manic killing spree. He wielded the machete that took both. Yet today, despite coming from opposite sides of an unspeakable shared past, Alice Mukarurinda and Emmanuel Ndayisaba are friends. She is the treasurer and he the vice president of a group that builds simple brick houses for genocide survivors. They live near each other and shop at the same market. Their story of ethnic violence, extreme guilt and, to some degree, reconciliation is the story of Rwanda today, 20 years after its Hutu majority killed more than 1 million Tutsis and moderate Hutus. The Rwandan government is still accused by human rights groups of holding an iron grip on power, stifling dissent and killing political opponents. But even critics give President Paul Kagame credit for leading the country toward a peace that seemed all but impossible two decades ago. (AP Photo/ Ben Curtis)
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    Performers re-enacting some of the events enter a public ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, at Amahoro stadium in Kigali, Rwanda Monday, April 7, 2014. Sorrowful wails and uncontrollable sobs resounded Monday as thousands of Rwandans packed the country's main sports stadium to mark the 20th anniversary of the beginning of a devastating 100-day genocide.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, center-left, and Rwandan President Paul Kagame, center, lead a march of remembrance to the Amahoro stadium in Kigali, Rwanda Monday, April 7, 2014. Sorrowful wails and uncontrollable sobs resounded Monday as thousands of Rwandans packed the country's main sports stadium to mark the 20th anniversary of the beginning of a devastating 100-day genocide.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • APTOPIX Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    Crowds of Rwandans gather in front of a banner, with writing in Kinyarwanda reading "Remember 20", at a public ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, held at the football stadium in Kigali, Rwanda Monday, April 7, 2014.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    Performers re-enact the events at a public ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, at Amahoro stadium in Kigali, Rwanda Monday, April 7, 2014. Sorrowful wails and uncontrollable sobs resounded Monday as thousands of Rwandans packed the country's main sports stadium to mark the 20th anniversary of the beginning of a devastating 100-day genocide.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    Performers re-enact the events at a public ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, at Amahoro stadium in Kigali, Rwanda, Monday, April 7, 2014. Sorrowful wails and uncontrollable sobs resounded Monday as thousands of Rwandans packed the country's main sports stadium to mark the 20th anniversary of the beginning of a devastating 100-day genocide.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • APTOPIX Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    Two wailing and distraught Rwandan women, some of dozens overcome by grief at recalling the horror of the genocide, are carried away to receive help during a public ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, at Amahoro stadium in Kigali, Rwanda Monday, April 7, 2014. Sorrowful wails and uncontrollable sobs resounded Monday as thousands of Rwandans packed the country's main sports stadium to mark the 20th anniversary of the beginning of a devastating 100-day genocide.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    A wailing and distraught Rwandan woman, one of dozens overcome by grief at recalling the horror of the genocide, is carried away to receive help during a public ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, held at Amahoro stadium in Kigali, Rwanda Monday, April 7, 2014. Sorrowful wails and uncontrollable sobs resounded Monday as thousands of Rwandans packed the country's main sports stadium to mark the 20th anniversary of the beginning of a devastating 100-day genocide.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    A wailing and distraught Rwandan man, one of dozens overcome by grief at recalling the horror of the genocide, is carried away to receive help during a public ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, at Amahoro stadium in Kigali, Rwanda Monday, April 7, 2014. Sorrowful wails and uncontrollable sobs resounded Monday as thousands of Rwandans packed the country's main sports stadium to mark the 20th anniversary of the beginning of a devastating 100-day genocide.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    Rwandans light candles of remembrance and listen to religious speeches and music at an evening ceremony at the Amahoro stadium in Kigali, Rwanda Monday, April 7, 2014. Sorrowful wails and uncontrollable sobs resounded Monday as thousands of Rwandans packed the country's main sports stadium to mark the 20th anniversary of the beginning of a devastating 100-day genocide.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    A procession carries a small flame of remembrance, symbolic fire traveling the country, to a ceremony where those gathered listened to genocide memories, in the capital Kigali, Rwanda Saturday, April 5, 2014. The country will commemorate on April 7, 2014 the 20th anniversary of the genocide when ethnic Hutu extremists killed neighbors, friends and family during a three-month rampage of violence aimed at ethnic Tutsis and some moderate Hutus, leaving a death toll that Rwanda puts at 1,000,050.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    Rwandan women arrive to take part in a procession following a small flame of remembrance, symbolic fire traveling the country, and to hear genocide memories, in the capital Kigali, Rwanda Saturday, April 5, 2014. The country will commemorate on April 7, 2014 the 20th anniversary of the genocide when ethnic Hutu extremists killed neighbors, friends and family during a three-month rampage of violence aimed at ethnic Tutsis and some moderate Hutus, leaving a death toll that Rwanda puts at 1,000,050.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    Rwandan women arrive to take part in a procession following a small flame of remembrance, symbolic fire traveling the country, and to hear genocide memories, in the capital Kigali, Rwanda Saturday, April 5, 2014. The country will commemorate on April 7, 2014 the 20th anniversary of the genocide when ethnic Hutu extremists killed neighbors, friends and family during a three-month rampage of violence aimed at ethnic Tutsis and some moderate Hutus, leaving a death toll that Rwanda puts at 1,000,050.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    A Rwandan boy listens to speakers recount genocide memories after the arrival of a small flame of remembrance, symbolic fire traveling the country, in the capital Kigali, Rwanda Saturday, April 5, 2014. The country will commemorate on April 7, 2014 the 20th anniversary of the genocide when ethnic Hutu extremists killed neighbors, friends and family during a three-month rampage of violence aimed at ethnic Tutsis and some moderate Hutus, leaving a death toll that Rwanda puts at 1,000,050.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    A Rwandan child sucks a lollipop as he arrives by bus in the rain for a ceremony awaiting the arrival of a small flame of remembrance, symbolic fire traveling the country, and to hear genocide memories, in the capital Kigali, Rwanda Saturday, April 5, 2014. The country will commemorate on April 7, 2014 the 20th anniversary of the genocide when ethnic Hutu extremists killed neighbors, friends and family during a three-month rampage of violence aimed at ethnic Tutsis and some moderate Hutus, leaving a death toll that Rwanda puts at 1,000,050.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Friends
    In this photo taken Tuesday, March 25, 2014, messages written by visitors on fabric strips blow in the wind outside the Genocide Memorial Centre in Kigali, Rwanda. Alice Mukarurinda lost her baby daughter and her right hand to a manic killing spree. Emmanuel Ndayisaba wielded the machete that took both. Yet today, despite coming from opposite sides of an unspeakable shared past, Alice Mukarurinda and Emmanuel Ndayisaba are friends. She is the treasurer and he the vice president of a group that builds simple brick houses for genocide survivors. They live near each other and shop at the same market. Their story of ethnic violence, extreme guilt and, to some degree, reconciliation is the story of Rwanda today, 20 years after its Hutu majority killed more than 1 million Tutsis and moderate Hutus. The Rwandan government is still accused by human rights groups of holding an iron grip on power, stifling dissent and killing political opponents. But even critics give President Paul Kagame credit for leading the country toward a peace that seemed all but impossible two decades ago. (AP Photo/ Ben Curtis)
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • APTOPIX Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    Rwandan children listen and pray during a Sunday morning service at the Saint-Famille Catholic church, the scene of many killings during the 1994 genocide, in the capital Kigali, Rwanda Sunday, April 6, 2014. Rwanda will commemorate on Monday the 20-year anniversary of the genocide when ethnic Hutu extremists killed neighbors, friends and family during a three-month rampage of violence aimed at ethnic Tutsis and some moderate Hutus, leaving a death toll that Rwanda puts at 1,000,050.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    Rwandans listen to speakers recount genocide memories after the arrival of a small flame of remembrance, symbolic fire traveling the country, in the capital Kigali, Rwanda Saturday, April 5, 2014. The country will commemorate on April 7, 2014 the 20th anniversary of the genocide when ethnic Hutu extremists killed neighbors, friends and family during a three-month rampage of violence aimed at ethnic Tutsis and some moderate Hutus, leaving a death toll that Rwanda puts at 1,000,050. (AP Photo/ Ben Curtis)
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    Rwandans listen to speakers recount genocide memories after the arrival of a small flame of remembrance, symbolic fire traveling the country, at a ceremony in the capital Kigali, Rwanda Saturday, April 5, 2014. The country will commemorate on April 7, 2014 the 20th anniversary of the genocide when ethnic Hutu extremists killed neighbors, friends and family during a three-month rampage of violence aimed at ethnic Tutsis and some moderate Hutus, leaving a death toll that Rwanda puts at 1,000,050.
    Ben Curtis | AP
  • Rwanda Genocide Anniversary
    Rwandans listen to speakers recount genocide memories, after the arrival of a small flame of remembrance, symbolic fire traveling the country, in the capital Kigali, Rwanda Saturday, April 5, 2014. The country will commemorate on April 7, 2014 the 20th anniversary of the genocide when ethnic Hutu extremists killed neighbors, friends and family during a three-month rampage of violence aimed at ethnic Tutsis and some moderate Hutus, leaving a death toll that Rwanda puts at 1,000,050.
    Ben Curtis | AP
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