Rwanda’s post-genocide guide keeps the memories alive

Aline Uwase, a Rwandan genocide survivor looks at the skulls of victims inside the Genocide Memorial in Gisozi within Kigali, Rwanda April 3, 2019. Picture taken April 3, 2019. REUTERS/Jean Bizimana

KIGALI (Reuters) – Every weekday, Aline Uwase Turatsinze gets up, washes her face and rides a motorbike to the site where more than 60 members of her family were buried after being murdered. The quiet woman with the long braids is a guide at Rwanda’s genocide museum, a memorial to the killing that claimed 800,000 […]

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