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A volunteer comforts a trauma victim during a past commemoration event at Murambi Genocide Memorial in Nyamagabe District.
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Rwandau2019s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Johnston Busingye presented his credentials to the Queen of England, Queen Elizabeth II on Friday, April 29. / Courtesy
Busingye presents credentials to Queen Elizabeth
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Good Friday is the day for Christians to commemorate Jesus's crucifixion.
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UN staff observe a moment of silence to pay tribute to the victims of the Genocide Against the Tutsi. / Dan Nsengiyumva
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Thousands of bodies of genocide victims exhumed from different mass graves are given a decent burial at Nyanza Kicukiro Genocide Memorial on May 4, 2019. /Photo: Sam Ngendahimana.
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Egide Gatari, President of the Association of Former Students Survivors of the Genocide (GAERG), during the interview.
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Rwandans in India pay tribute to genocide victims
Youths observe a minute of silence to honour the victims of 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi during a commemoration event at Kigali Genocide Memorial. / Sam Ngendahimana
Struggles of post-genocide generation
Members of Breast Cancer Initiative East Africa (BCIEA) pose for a group photo in the event on April 6. / Courtesy
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Over the years, many artistes have sang songs that call for a more united community. Photo/Net
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Youth light candles for the victims of the1994 Genocide against the Tutsi during the 25th commemoration at Kigali Genocide Memorial.  Photo /File
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Visha Ishimwe and her teammates during an exercise at Bright School in Muhanga District.
Rwanda’s first-ever Lego robotics team completes training

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