New Rwandan genocide archive opens





The Genocide Archive of Rwanda opened its doors to the public Friday at the Kigali Genocide Memorial grounds in the country's capital, offering an in-depth look at the horrors of the country's 1994 genocide.

The new site rests on the slopes above the mass graves containing the bodies of 250,000 Rwandans murdered in 1994.

The physical archive at the Genocide Archive of Rwanda, showcases 1,500 audiovisual recordings and more than 20,000 documents and photographs from genocide survivors and perpetrators both at the facility and online.

The Rwandan government's National Commission for the Fight Against Genocide and British-based Aegis Trust set up the project in 2003....

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